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Guide to Microform and CD-Rom Sources for History and Political Science in the University of Chicago Library

compiled by Frank Conaway

Sources in Social Sciences in the University of Chicago Library, 2
University of Chicago Library
Chicago, Illinois
2004

 

Word to readers:

The introduction to this Guide describes its scope and its limitations.

From the Table of Contents, one can jump directly to each of the chapters into which this Guide is divided. The index now includes over 2500 subject, author, and title entries.

Since this Guide is a single html document, readers can use the "find" function of typical browsers to locate terms appearing in citations, annotations, subject headings, and the index.

Table of contents

1. United States - Collections of published books and serials

2. United States - Reference works

3. United States - Government and party documents

4. United States - Archives, manuscripts, sources

5. Women's studies. Gender studies. Sexuality.

6. African-Americans. Africa

7. Latin America. Caribbean

8. Great Britain and Ireland--General materials

9. Great Britain and Ireland--Other records

10. France. Spain. Italy

11. Germany. Switzerland. Austria. Netherlands. Scandinavia

12. Judaica

13. Eastern Europe. Russia. Former Soviet Union.

14. Middle East

15. South Asia. Southeast Asia

16. East Asia

17. Australia. Oceania

18. General works and special subjects

19. Index

 

Introduction

The purpose of this Guide is to assist scholars in locating source materials for research in history and political science.  The sources listed herein are typically either manuscripts in microform; or microform collections of published books, pamphlets, and serials.  In addition, this edition of the Guide includes reference to a select number of CD-Rom products, most of which also provide either primary source materials or collections of published books, pamphlets, and serials (many of them rare).

Because of their formats, manuscript collections in microform and CD-Rom form are rarely discovered by browsing.  Yet they provide rich resources for research, often amounting to tens of thousands of pages of original source materials.  Conventional cataloging often provides only one or two subject entry points in our catalogs, even though a collection may document many aspects of a broad subject.  Similarly, the individual items contained in collections of microform reprints of published materials (and those in CD-Rom sets) may not be separately cataloged, or they may be reflected in our catalogs less fully than printed editions would be.  Some of these collections contain scores of individual titles; others several tens of thousands of what were originally separate publications.

The scope of this bibliography is distinctly limited.  It identifies only the microform holdings that fall in the two categories mentioned above.  In addition to these, the University of Chicago Library’s collections include many thousands of microform texts that support research in history and political science.  A large share of these are films of individual monographs.   Many microform monographic titles have been specifically purchased or acquired by gift.  Others are the products of our own preservation activities, representing reformatting of titles already appearing in our catalogs.   For example, scores of titles pertaining to the history of socialism have been microfilmed in this way; they are cataloged individually just as printed books are. Dissertations, both those accepted at Chicago and those approved elsewhere, are commonly made available on microfilm.  Some of the most heavily used materials in our microform collections are runs of newspapers, periodicals, and other serials.   Many of these are of capital importance for research in history and political science—for instance, the New York Herald-Tribune, or the Sears, Roebuck catalogs.  These too are cataloged in the same way as individual titles.  And, since 1977, an increasing proportion of individual federal documents have been distributed in microformat.  None of these categories of materials is featured in this Guide.  (By exception, some particularly notable files of legislative proceedings are listed herein, such as the British Parliamentary Papers, 1731-1906, even though each may be actually a single serial rather than a collection.)  Similarly, the Library contains many CD-Roms not referred to in this Guide,notably runs of serials, individual monographs, and documentary or statistical annexes to published books.

An important feature of this Guide is that it is limited both with respect to subjects and languages.  Respecting the latter, only materials in European languages or Hebrew characters are normally to be found here.  Our collections include a great deal of microform material in Arabic, Turkish, Persian, the languages of India, Chinese, Japanese, and other languages that is extremely valuable and often quite rarely found even in the largest research libraries.  Researchers are encouraged to consult the area studies staffs in the library for assistance in identifying these materials.

Respecting subjects, only materials for history and political science are included.  The library possesses similar materials for the study of art, music, literature, religion, anthropology and other fields.  This Guide includes references to some materials in the general area of religion, especially those that relate to missionary activities, but for the most part, the substantial holdings of the library in religion are excluded from consideration.  And while many large sets of publications that literary scholars consult often are listed, they are here because historians routinely exploit them.  The reader is reminded that the library possesses large numbers of microform literary sources, from single manuscripts to large collections of publications, in many different languages, to which this Guide does not refer.  Again, readers are advised to consult library catalogs, and bibliographers and other library staff to identify source materials in other fields of study.

The researcher should also be aware that the collections of the University of Chicago have been formed with the policies and holdings of the nearby Center for Research Libraries in mind.  In most fields, the library rarely purchases research materials that duplicate holdings of the Center.  If held by the Center, or eligible for immediate purchase by them, highly specialized materials are typically obtained from the CRL rather than purchased for our own collections.  This policy naturally shapes the particular contours of our own holdings.  Thus, for instance, because the Center has long purchased microform publications from the U. S. National Archives and the British Public Record Office for our researchers, our collections contain comparatively few such items, even though they have high research value.  Despite the close relationship between the University of Chicago collection management policies and those of the CRL, holdings of the CRL are only occasionally referred to herein, and then only to point to materials that specifically complement our local holdings.  To identify additional resources, users of this Guide are strongly encouraged to consult electronic records of the Center’s holdings, available through the Library's web pages, and the Center’s Handbook, also available on the web.

Annotations appearing in this Guide are typically derived from the publisher’s descriptive material—printed guides accompanying microform sets, brochures, and catalogs.  In many cases, information on contents is derived from descriptions appearing in guides to the repositories that hold the original material, and, in more cases than it is pleasing to recall, from inspection of the actual texts themselves.

Entries in this Guide are arranged in several chapters, such as “Women's studies.  Gender Studies.  Sexuality”  Since the object of this arrangement is to facilitate browsing, classification of particular entries is at times somewhat arbitrary, as is arrangement within chapters.  In the great preponderance of cases, the entries herein are derived from the library’s own cataloging records.   Because materials have been cataloged over many decades under rules that have changed over time, and for other reasons, materials that are essentially similar can receive cataloging treatment that varies, and no attempt has been made herein to standardize forms of headings or other cataloging details.  In many cases contents notes or subject terms derived from other libraries’ cataloging have been used to complement local records that are less full; and for the purpose of enhancing subject access, in a few cases official subject headings have been supplemented with non-standard subject words.  Statements of the extent of any particular title (e. g., “125 reels”) refer only to the Library’s current holdings, not to the extent of a completed project.

It is a pleasure to acknowledge the assistance of colleagues.  Ray Gadke, Assistant in Charge of the General Microforms Section, has been particularly helpful in the preparation of this Guide, just as he was in the preparation of earlier editions. Special thanks go to Elisabeth Long, Co-Director, Digital Library Development Center, who has supervised the mounting of this web version of the Guide.   And continuing thanks go to colleagues who assisted me in the preparation of earlier editions.

This is an updated edition, revised to include materials acquired through August, 2004.

Frank Conaway
Social Sciences Bibliographer

1.  United States -- Collections of published books and serials

1.  The Library of American civilization.  12,474 microfiches . Chicago: Library Resources, Inc, 1971-1972.
   A collection of 19,000 volumes of American history, comprising 6.5 million pages in total.  Set includes books, maps, historical documents, and runs of periodicals covering all aspects of American life and literature up to 1914.  Titles to be included were selected by editors from "the best-known bibliographies in American studies."  Set includes many rare and specialized works.  The periodical runs are particularly valuable as complements to our paper holdings.  The set is provided with elaborate author, titles, and subject book catalogs (at Z1236.L50 1971 RR, RR3, Harper, Law, and Sci), and a useful topical "Biblioguide."  Cataloging records for each title are included in the library's online catalog.
microfc E169.1.L537 1971 Mic.
United States—Civilization/ United States—History.

2.  American culture series. [1593-1875].  Ser. 1 (1493-1806).  26 reels . Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms, 1941.
Printed guide:  American Culture Series, 1493-1875:  a cumulative guide of the microfilm collection....with author, title, subject, and reel number indexes, at call number Z1215.A51 RR.
           Includes 250 titles selected by a committee of the American Studies Association, arranged in chronological order.  Includes early travel narratives, accounts of Indians and Indian captivities, writings by Increase and Cotton Mather, pamphlets on witchcraft, colonial government, sermons and religious tracts, political and literary writings to 1800.  (Series II, comprising an additional 5600 titles, is held by the Center for Research Libraries.).
   See online source: American Periodicals Series Online, 1740-1900, at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://aps.umi.com/apsauto.
mic E169.1.A472 microfm.
United States—Civilization/ United States—History.

3.  Early American imprints, 1639-1800.  Worcester, Mass.: American Antiquarian Society, [1955—].
   Collection comprises complete text of every available book, pamphlet, and broadside printed in the area now the United States in the years 1639 through 1800.  (Serial titles are not included in the microprint edition.)  Collection is based upon Charles Evans, American Bibliography:  A chronological dictionary of all books, pamphlets, and periodical publications printed in the United States of America. . . (Z1215.E93 1903A RR).  Library holds microprint for titles with Evans numbers 1 through 10649 [i. e., 1639-1767].  Center for Research Libraries holds all 42,000 numbers in collection.
   See online source: Early American Imprints, 1639-1800 (Evans Digital Edition) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infoweb.newsbank.com/?db=EVAN&s_startsearch=customized
microprint AC1 Mic.
Evans, Charles, 1850-1935.  American bibliography/ American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Mass.

4.  The Eighteenth century.  10,330 reels; approx. 115,000 titles . Woodbridge, Conn: Research Publications, [1982]-.
   Entire collection to consist of approximately 200,000 titles printed in Great Britain and its colonies or printed elsewhere in English from 1701-1800, selected from approximately 500,000 titles included in the Eighteenth Century Short Title Catalogue [ESTC], an online database created by the British Library and ESTC/North America at www.lib.uchicago.edu/cgi-bin/eureka/estc.scr.  The electronic ESTC can be searched in complex ways, and [most] entries include reel number and item number.  Typically, entries in the ESTC include reel number and item number.  As of this writing, the University of Chicago Library holds units 1-236 of the collection, including the following sections:  History and geography  — Literature and language — Religion and philosophy — Social sciences — Fine arts — Law — Technology and medicine  — General reference and miscellaneous.  Printed reel lists have call number CB411.E44 1982 Index RR.  Reels 1-8820 at CB411.E44 1982 Mic; 8821-10330 at PN6011.E48 Mic.
   See online source: Eighteenth Century Collections Online at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/itweb/chic_rbw?db=ECCO
microfm CB411.E44 1982 Mic, microfm PN6011.E48 Mic.
Eighteenth century/ English imprints/ ESTC (Project)/ ESTC/ NA (Project).

5.  Early American imprints, 1801-1819.  40,480 microfiches . New York: Readex, 1985.
Accompanied by printed guides: American bibliography : a preliminary checklist for 1801-1819 / compiled by Ralph R. Shaw and Richard H. Shoemaker. American bibliography, a preliminary checklist, 1801-1819 : Ralph R. Shaw and Richard H. Shoemaker : printers, publishers, and booksellers index, geographical index / compiled by Frances P. Newton.  This collection is an attempt to reproduce on microfiche the works listed in: American bibliography : a preliminary checklist for 1801-1819 / compiled by Ralph R. Shaw and Richard H. Shoemaker.  Microfiche numbered using the numbers assigned in Shaw-Shoemaker.
Mic microfcZ1215.E275 1985.
American literature — 19th century/ United States — Imprints/ Newton, Frances P., 1929- American bibliography, a preliminary checklist, 1801-1819/ Shaw, Ralph R. (Ralph Robert), 1907-1972. American bibliography/ American Antiquarian Society.

6.  Early American newspapers, 1704-1820.  1533 reels . New Canaan, CT: Readex, [s.d.].
   Collection of about 700 titles is based upon Brigham, Clarence, History and Bibliography of American Newspapers, 1690-1820 at call no. Z6951.B85 RR, Gen, LawRef.   Newspapers in collection are cataloged as separate titles.  Index:  Kellerman, Lydia Suzanne and Wilson, Rebecca A. / Readex Microprint Corporation Index to Readex microfilm collection of early American newspapers.
American newspapers.

7.  The Pennsylvania Gazette, 1728-1800.  1 computer optical disk . Malvern, PA: Accessible Archives, Inc, [2001?].
"The New York times of the 18[th] century." Folio I. (1728-1750) "Benjamin Franklin's Newspaper" — Folio II. (1751-1765) "The French & Indian War" — Folio III. (1766-1783) "The American Revolution" — Folio IV. (1784-1800) "The New Republic".  Library holds Folio IV only.
   "Published in Philadelphia from 1728 through 1800, The Pennsylvania gazette is considered The New York times of the 18th century. It provides the reader with a first hand view of colonial America, the American Revolution and the New Republic, and offers important social, political and cultural perspectives of each of the periods. Thousands of articles, editorials, letters, news items and advertisements cover the Western Hemisphere, from the Canadian Maritime Provinces, through the West Indies and North and South America, giving a detailed glimpse of issues and lifestyles of the times. Also included is the full-text of such important writings such as: the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, Letters from a Farmer, Thomas Payne's Common Sense, The Federalist Papers, etc.".
AN2.P2 P513 2001 JMedia _CDRom_AN2.P2P513 2001.
Pennsylvania gazette/ American newspapers—Pennsylvania—Philadelphia.

8.  American periodical series, eighteenth century. 1-33.  33 reels . Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms, [1942?].
Printed guide:  American periodical series, eighteenth century.  List of titles indexed by American periodicals, 1741-1900, edited by Jean Hoornstra and Trudy Heath (Z6951.H78 RR).
   Comprises runs of 89 18th century titles, starting with Benjamin Franklin's General Magazine, which began in 1741.  Set includes examples of essay journalism and religious, musical, and scientific titles.  One French-language and two German-language periodicals are included.  Continued by American Periodical Series, 1800-1850 (microfm AP2.A636 Mic).
   See online source: American Periodicals Series Online, 1740-1900, at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://aps.umi.com/apsauto.
microfm AP2.A635 Mic.
United States—Civilization—Periodicals/ United States—History—Periodicals.

9.  American periodical series, 1800-1850. 1-.  253 reels . Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms, 1946.
Printed guide:  American periodical series, 1800-1850.  [List of titles.]  Indexed by American periodicals, 1741-1900, edited by Jean Hoornstra and Trudy Heath (Z6951.H78 RR).
   Continues American Periodical Series, eighteenth century (microfm AP2.A635 Mic).  Entire 1800-1850 series includes 923 titles in 1933 reels, of which the University of Chicago Library owns first 253 reels only; remainder are held at the Center for Research Libraries.  (The CRL also holds Series III, which includes 118 periodicals from the period of the Civil War and Reconstruction.).
   See online source: American Periodicals Series Online, 1740-1900, at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://aps.umi.com/apsauto.
microfm AP2.A636 Mic.
United States—Civilization—Periodicals/ United States—History—Periodicals.

10.  Radical periodicals in the United States, 1881-1960 .  Bethesda, Md: University Publications of America.
   Entire collection comprises 125 titles of Socialist, anarchist, Communist, nationalist, pacifist, and feminist periodicals.  All titles in series I not held in original paper are held in microfilm.  Representative titles:  Black & white. — Challenge! YPSL. — Champion labor monthly. — Clarity. — Class struggle (Communist League of Struggle). — Class struggle (Devoted to International Socialism). — Clipper. — Debs magazine. — Dr. Robinson's voice in the wilderness. — Hour. — Industrial democracy. — Industrial union bulletin. — Industrial unionist (Emergency Program Branches of the IWW). — Labor action. — Labor bulletin. — Liberty: not the daughter but the mother of order. — Marxian. — Marxist. — Marxist review. — Modern socialism. — Mother Earth bulletin. — National issues: a survey of politics and legislation. — New foundations. — New trends. — New York communist. — Pacifica views. — Party builder. — Party organizer. — Radical review. — Rebel. — Road to communism. — Road to freedom. — Socialist. — Socialist spirit. — Spanish Revolution (United Libertarian Organizations). — Syndicalist. — U.S. week. — Why? — Wilshire's. — Worker's council. — Worker's League for a Revolutionary Party. — World survey. — Young Spartacus. — Young worker.
Individual titles are cataloged separately.
United States—history/ Socialism—United States—History/ Anarchism—United States—History/ Communism—United States—History/ Women—United States—History.

11.  Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature.  2885 microfilm reels .
   Collection of about 59,000 titles, including not only works on economic theory, trade and commerce, and public finance, but also the technical literature on agriculture, mining, crafts and manufacturing.  Also included are materials on topics such as slavery, public utilities, demography and urban development, piracy, smuggling, tithes, counterfeiting and numismatics, poverty and welfare, penology, emigration, dietary conditions, colonies, and every aspect of transportation.  Languages represented include Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish.  Call no.:  microfm HB30.G64 1974 Mic.  For full description, see entry 536 in this Guide.
microfm HB30.G64 1974 Mic.

12.  Pamphlets in American history:  Group III.  1644 microfiches . Glen Rock, N.J: Microfilming Corp. of America, 1978.
Accompanied by guides with call no. Z1236.P270 1979 RR3.
           Filmed from collections at State Historical Society Wisconsin and other collections.  Contents and typical topics:  Cooperative Societies (390 titles, 411 fiches):  Workers co-ops of late 19th and early 20th centuries. — Finance (2011 titles, 2069 fiches):  Bimetallism v. monometallism, banks and currency, state banks and national banks, Federal Reserve System, taxation, bankrupcy. — Mexican War (139 titles, 139 fiches):  Annexation of Texas, property losses in Mexican revolutions, American desire to acquire New Mexico and California, extention of slave-holding. — Socialism (689 titles, 712 fiches):  Publications of the Socialist Labor Party and the United States Socialist Party. — War of 1812 (146 titles, 176 fiches):  Embargo, morality of the war.
microfc E178.P24 1978 Mic.
United States—History—Sources/ Cooperative societies—United States—History—Sources/ Socialism—United States—History—Sources/ Mexican War, 1846-1848—Sources/ United States—History—War of 1812—Sources/ Finance—United States—History—Sources/ War of 1812—Sources.

13.  Las raíces hispánicas del oeste de Norteamérica: textos históricos.  Sylvia L. ed. Hilton. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid, España: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1999.
   Contains 22 works (24 vv., 12,000 pages) of texts of conquistadores, evangelists, and other chroniclers who provide detail on the discovery and colonization of the region formerly part of New Spain, then Mexico, and finally the United States (after the Mexican War).  Contents:  Crónica seráfica y apostólica del colegio, Segunda parte / Juan Domingo de Arricivita (1792) — Sermón que en las solemnes honras / Diego Miguel Bringas de Manzanedo y Encinas (1819) — Relación de la jornada de Cibola / Pedro Castañeda de Nájera (1596?) — Historia de la antigua o baja California / Francisco Javier Clavijero (1852) — Documentos para la historia de México, 3a serie (1856) — Chronica apostolica, y seraphica de todos los colegios, Parte primera / Isidro Félix de Espinosa (1746) — Estracto de noticias del Puerto de Monterrey (1770?) — Instrucción formada en virtud de Real Orden de S.M. / Bernardo de Gálvez (1786) — Manual para administrar los santos sacramentos / Bartholomé Garcia (1760) — Historia de la conquista de la provincia de la Nueva Galicia / Matías de la Mota Padilla (1870) — Historia del Narayit, Sonora, Sinaloa y ambas Californias / P. José Ortega (1887) — Noticias de la Nueva California [2 Vol.] / Fr. Francisco, O.F.M. Palou (1857) — Relacion histórica de la vida y apostólicas tareas del venerable Padre Fray Junipero Serra, y de las Misiones que fundó en la California Septentrional, y nuevos establecimientos de Monterey (1787) —Historia de los trivmphos de nvestra santa fee entre gentes las mas barbaras, y fieras del nueuo Orbe: conseguidos por los soldados de la compañia de Iesvs en las misiones de la pouincia de Nueua España / Andrés, Padre, Pérez de Ribas (1645) — Historia de la nueva Mexico, del capitán Gaspar de Villagra: dirigida al rey D. Felipe nuestro Señor Tercero deste nombre / Gaspar Pérez de Villagrá (1610) — Exposición sucinta y sencilla de la provincia del Nuevo Mexico: hecha por su diputado en Córtes / Pedro Bautista Pino (1812) — Reglamento e instrucción para los presidios que se han de formar en la linea de frontera de la Nueva España: resuelto por el Rey Nuestro Senór en cédula de 10 de Setiembre de 1772 (1834) — Relación del viaje hecho por las goletas Sutil y Mexicana en el año de 1792 (1802) — Noticias de la provincia de Californias en tres cartas de un sacerdote religioso, hijo del real convento de predicadores de Valencia a un amigo suyo, 1794 (1794) / Fr. Luis Sales — Noticia de la California, y de su conquista temporal, y espirtual hasta el tiempo presente [3 vol.] / Miguel y Burriel, Marcos Venegas (1757) — Vida, y virtudes de el venerable, y apostólico Padre Juan de Ugarte, de la Compañia de Jesús, misionero de las Islas Californias, y uno de los primeros Conquistadores / Juan Joseph de Villavicencio (1752).
F1752 .R35 1999 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Southwest, New — History — To 1848 — Sources/ Mexico — History — Spanish Colony, 1540-1810 — Sources/ Southwest, New — Discovery and exploration — Spanish/ California — History — To 1846 — Sources/ New Mexico — History — Sources.

14.  The Immigrant in America [microform].  264 reels . Woodbridge, Conn: Research Publications, [1983- ].
Accompanying guide to the collection on microfilm has call no. JV6455.I56.
       Collection covers fields of immigration history and ethnic studies up to 1929.  Consists of more than 4000 books and pamphlets, government publications, serial publications, society publications, and lesser-known ethnic newspapers, selected from the holdings of institutions such as New York Public Library, Immigration History Research Center at the University of Minnesota, and the Balch Institute.  Materials are organized by subject, including individual groups such as Finns, Norwegians, Slovaks.
microfm JV22 Mic.
United States—Emigration and immigration—Bio-bibliography/ Aliens—United States.

15.  American immigrant autobiographies [microform].  7 microfilm reels . Research Collections in American Immigration. Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1989-.
"Microfilmed from the holdings of the Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities." Accompanied by a printed reel guide, compiled by Nanette Dobrosky; guide has call no. E184.A1D7 1988.
           Over 50 unpublished autobiographical manuscripts from the IHRC, from the late 19th Century to the 1960's, representing the major ethnic groups of eastern and southern Europe, provide details on immigrant attitudes on such topics as politics, ethnic solidarity, roles of the sexes.
Microfm E184.A1A595 1989 Mic.
Immigrants—United States—Biography/ United States—Emigration and immigration—Sources/ University of Minnesota—Immigration History Research Center.

16.  South Carolinians through the 19th century:  pre-1915 family histories, biographies, and related imprints from the collections of the South Carolina Historical Society and the South Caroliniana Library .  1289 microfiches . Charleston, S.C: South Carolina Historical Society, 1989.
Accompanied by printed guide with call no. Z1333.S68 1989 Mic.
microfm F266.S68 1989 Mic.
 South Carolina—History/ South Carolina—Biography/ South Carolina—Genealogy/ Southern States—History/ South Carolina Historical Society/ South Caroliniana Library.

17.  Kentucky culture;  a basic library of Kentuckiana.  11,997 microfiches . Woodbridge, CT: Primary Source Media.
   Includes approximately 3900 volumes selected from J. Winston Coleman, A Bibliography of Kentucky History (Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1949), and from other sources.  Printed guide at F451.K459 1990z.
Mic  microfc F451.K458 1990z.
Kentucky—History—Sources/ Kentucky—Civilization—Sources.

18.  County and regional histories of the "Old Northwest" Series IV, Illinois.  96 reels . Woodbridge, Conn: Research Publications, 1975.
The film and index are arranged by county, then in alphabetical author/title order. To help in locating material on a county or region, titles which cover more than one region are cross-referenced in the index.
   Comprises 360 works, including county histories, atlases, plat books, biographical compendia, and directories.     Printed index at  F541.C6 1975 Index.
F541 .C6 Mic  microfm F541.C6 1975.
Illinois—History/ Illinois/ Northwest, Old—History.

19.  [Illinois Valley newspaper collection].  232 microfilm reels .
   Collection includes:   Joliet Times (daily and Sunday), (1893-1894, 1898, 1921-1922), AN14.J6J75 (7 reels) — Joliet Daily News (1882-1887, 1891-1900, 1904-1905, 1907, 1910-1911), AN14.J6J65 (20 reels) — Joliet Daily Republican (1881-1910), AN14.J6J72 (36 reels) — Joliet Evening-Herald News (1915-1940), AN14.J6J8 (130 reels) — True Democrat (Joliet), Joliet Republican (1850,1853, 1856, 1857-1858, 1859-1867), AN14.J6J85 (2 reels) — Joliet Republican (1868-1906), AN14.J6J85 (12 reels) — Marseilles Plain Dealer (1876-1918), AN14.M3M37 (1 reel) — La Salle County Journal (Ottawa) (1894-1916), AN14.O8L3 (11 reels) — Free Trader Journal (Ottawa) (1916-1927) AN14.O8F7, (21 reels) — Ottawa Journal (1880-1916), AN14.O8D3 (59 reels) — La Salle Daily Tribune  (1906-1917), AN14.I5M5 (23 reels) — Ottawa Free Trader (1842-1914), AN14.O8W4 (28 reels) — Ottawa Weekly Journal (1891-1892), AN14.O8W4 (1 reel) — Peru Daily Chronicle (1850-1854 with varying titles), A14.P35.P47 (1 reel).
Microfm AN14.[etc.] Mic.
Illinois—Newspapers/ Joliet Times/ Joliet Daily News/ Joliet Daily Republican/ Joliet Evening-Herald News / Joliet Republican/ True Democrat (Joliet)/ Marseilles Plain Dealer/ La Salle County Journal (Ottawa)/ Free Trader Journal (Ottawa)/ Ottawa Journal/ La Salle Daily Tribune/ Ottawa Free Trader/ Peru Daily Chronicle.

20.  City and business directories of the United States through 1860.  New Haven, Conn: Research Publications, [1966-].
   Microfiche copy of directories listed in Dorothea N. Spear's Bibliography of American directories through 1860 (Z5771.S68 RR). Originals of many of the titles are in the collection of the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Mass. Title supplied from publisher's announcement. Later set published in microfilm covering 1861-1901 cataloged by the University of Chicago Library as a serial at: United States city directories.  Printed guide at Z5771.2.C58 RR3.
microfc HF1 Mic.
United States—Directories.

21.  United States city directories.  1861-81.  New Haven, CT: Research Publications.
Printed guide:  City directories of the United States, 1860-1901 : guide to the microfilm collection (Z5771.2.C58 RR3).
   Consists of directories for 78 localities from 1861 through 1881.  This collection is described as Segment II.  An earlier collection has title City and business directories of the United States through 1860 (described as Segment I), at microfc HF1 Mic.  Later collection covering 1882-1901 (described as Segment III) is held by the Center for Research Libraries. Contents:  Albany (N.Y.). — Atlanta (Ga.). — Baltimore (Md.). — Boston (Mass.). — Brooklyn (N.Y.). — Buffalo (N.Y.). — Burlington (Vt.). — Charleston (S.C.). — Chattanooga (Tenn.). — Chicago (Ill.). — Cincinnati (Ohio). — Cleveland (Ohio). — Columbus (Ohio). — Dallas (Tex.). — Davenport (Iowa). — Dayton (Ohio). — Denver (Colo.). — Detroit (Mich.). — Erie (Pa.). — Evansville (Ind.). — Fall River (Mass.). — Fort Wayne (Ind.). — Fort Worth (Tex.). — Galveston (Tex.). — Grand Rapids (Mich.). — Harrisburg (Pa.). — Hartford (Conn.). — Indianapolis (Ind.). — Jersey City (N.J.). — Joliet (Ill.). — Kansas City (Mo.). — Lexington (Ky.). — Little Rock (Ark.). — Los Angeles (Calif.). — Louisville (Ky.). — Lowell (Mass.). — Manchester (N.H.). — Memphis (Tenn.). — Milwaukee (Wis.). — Minneapolis (Minn.). — Mobile (Ala.). — Montana. — Nashville (Tenn.). — Nevada. — Newark (N.J.). — New Haven (Conn.). — New Orleans (La.). — New York (N.Y.). — Norfolk (Va.). — Oakland (Calif.). — Omaha (Neb.). — Paterson (N.J.). — Peoria (Ill.). — Philadelphia (Pa.). — Pittsburgh (Pa.). — Portland (Me.). — Portland (Or.). — Providence (R.I.). — Reading (Pa.). — Richmond (Va.). — Rochester (N.Y.). — Sacramento (Calif.). — St. Louis (Mo.). — St. Paul (Minn.). — Salt Lake City (Utah). — San Antonio (Tex.). — San Francisco (Calif.). — Savannah (Ga.). — Scranton (Pa.). — Seattle (Wash.). — Syracuse (N.Y.). — Toledo (Ohio)—Directories.
microfm F397 Mic.

22.  Fire insurance maps from the Sanborn Map Company archives, 1900s-1990.  Illinois.  36 microfilm reels . Research Collections in Urban History and Urban Studies. Bethesda, Md: University Publications of America, 1992.
Title from container label. "Alphabetical list of 157 cities from Abingdon to Zion City, 1946-1989.".
       These fire insurance maps provide extremely detailed information on such building features as size and shape, construction details, roof type, occupancy, street addresses, and often the date of construction.  Maps often include updates. In addition to the reels in this collection, Library holds 13 reels for towns along the Illinois and Michigan corridor (the upper Illinois River Valley), and Chicago, 1894-97.  These latter maps, from the Library of Congress collection, are in general older than those in the Fire insurance maps from the Sanborn Map Company.   (Additional fire insurance maps are available in microform from the Center for Research Libraries.).
   See online source: Digital Sanborn Maps, 1867-1970 [Illinois] at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://sanborn.umi.com
microfm HG9778.I3F573 1992 Mic.
Insurance, Fire—Illinois—Maps/ Cities and towns—Illinois—Maps/ Illinois—Maps.

23.  Sanborn fire insurance maps. Illinois.  10 microform reels . Teaneck, N.J: Chadwyck-Healey, 1983.
Original maps published by Sanborn Map Company Inc.  The maps are arranged on each reel of microfilm in the order that they appear in Fire insurance maps in the Library of Congress, Library of Congress, 1981.  Microfilm edition only includes maps published before 1950 [i.e. 1957].
   Library holds reels for towns along the Illinois and Michigan corridor (the upper Illinois River Valley), and for Chicago, 1894-97.  (All reels for the rest of Illinois and other states in this collection are available from the Center for Research Collections.)  These maps, from the Library of Congress collection, are in general older than those in a related collection, the Fire insurance maps from the Sanborn Map Company, of which the Library holds all of Illinois in 36 reels at microfm HG9778.I3F573 1992 Mic.  These fire insurance maps provide extremely detailed information on such building features as size and shape, construction details, roof type, occupancy, street addresses, and often the date of construction.  Maps often include updates.
   See online source: Digital Sanborn Maps, 1867-1970 [Illinois] at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://sanborn.umi.com
microfm HG9778.I3S26 1983 Mic.
Insurance, Fire—Illinois—Maps/ Cities and towns—Illinois—Maps/ Illinois—Maps.

2.  United States -- Reference works

24.  Dictionary of American biography.  1 computer laser optical disc . New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1997.
Title from title screen. "Edited under the auspices of the American Council of Learned Societies".
   The DAB, a biographical classic, was published in 20 volumes between 1928 and 1934, and 10 supplements have been published between 1944 and 1995, providing scholarly biographies of over 19,000 Americans who died by December 31, 1980. In its electronic form, accessed from workstation in Joseph Regenstein Library A-level reading room, the text is searchable by keywords.  Print edition is at E176.D57, RR, RR3 and other locations.  Although the DAB, a scholarly biographical dictionary, with signed articles and bibliographies, has largely been superseded by the American National Biography (networked version at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://www.anb.org/; print version E176.D58 1999), the DAB remains useful in that it includes thousands of biographies of individuals not included in the ANB, or represented by less full entries.
   See online source: The American National Biography at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://www.anb.org/
E176 .D564 1997 JRL JMedia CD-ROM; located in workstation in RR.
United States—Biography—Dictionaries.

25.  American biographical archive.  editor Garrance Worters. 1851 microfiches . New York: K.G. Saur, [1989?-1991].
Indexed by printed guide:  American biographical index / edited by Laureen Baillie [et al.], 6 vv. at CT211.A45 1986 Index RR.
   Work is a cumulation of 368 biographical reference works originally published between 1702 and 1956, reproduced in a single alphabetical sequence on 1842 fiche.  Included are biographies of 280,000 Americans listed therein.  Many individuals of local or limited fame are included, listed in highly specialized works such as Anti-slavery leaders of North Carolina (Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins, 1898).  When the subject appears in more than one reference work, all biographies are included.  The index provides more than 25,000 cross-references.  Continued by American Biographical Archive, Series II. 
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
microfc CT214.A437 1989 RR.
United States—Biography.

26.  American biographical archive.  Series 2.  editor Laureen Baillie. 730 microfiches . Munchen: K.G. Saur, 1993.
   Continues American Biographical Archive.  Work is an additional cumulation of 127 biographical reference works, most originally published from the beginning of the 20th century through to the early 1980s, reproduced in a single alphabetical sequence on some 700 fiche.  This supplement gives greater attention to women and segments of society which have previously been underrepresented.  African-Americans and Jewish-Americans are especially well-represented.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
microfc CT214.A437 1993 RR.
United States—Biography.

27.  Canadian biographical archive CaBA = Archives biographiques Canadiennes.  Baillie, Laureen, ed.,  414 fiches, 8 fiches  . München: K.G. Saur, [2001]-.
Title from container. Text in English and French.
   Includes approximately 157,000 entries from about 160 source titles published from 1848 to 1993 in a single alphabetical sequence.  Source guide:  Fiches I-VIII.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
RR microfc CT283.C363 2001.
Canada/ Canada.

28.  Main catalog of the Library of Congress : titles cataloged through December 1980 [microform]. Library of Congress microfiches . New York: Saur, 1984.
           Reproduces on fiche full printed main catalog of the Library of Congress as it existed in 1980, with entries for authors, titles, series, subjects, and entries under many editors, coauthors, editors, variant titles, etc., and many analytics for parts of large sets.  Library of Congress' collection of unparalleled strength for Americana makes this a reference source of remarkable utility.
microfc Z87 RR.
Library of Congress—Catalogs.

29.  Shelflist of the Library of Congress. Library of Congress 3229 microfiches . Ann Arbor, Mich: University Microfilms International, 1979.
Ca. 7 million LC catalog cards which represent in call number order the complete shelflist holdings of the Library of Congress.
microfc Z93 RR.
Library of Congress catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

30.  National inventory of documentary sources in the United States.  Part 1:  Federal records .  microfiche . Teaneck, N. J.: Chadwyck-Healey, [1983-85].
   Consists of microform reproductions of published and unpublished finding aids, registers, indexes and collection guides available for collections of manuscripts and documentary sources in U. S. National Archives, Smithsonian Institution archives, and presidential libraries.  Issued with an index volume having title National Inventory of Documentary Sources in the United States.  Federal Records.  Index (CD 3023.N21 RR).  To search electronic database including these entries, consult Archives USA on Library's LibInfo system (http:; archives.chadwyck.com).
microfc CD3023.N2 RR.
Archives—United States—Catalogs/ United States—History—Sources/ United States.  National Archives and Records Service—Catalogs/ Smithsonian Institution—Catalogs.

31.  National inventory of documentary sources in the United States.  Part 2:    Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.  microfiche . Teaneck, N. J.: Chadwyck-Healey, [1983-85].
   Consists of microform reproductions of published and unpublished finding aids, registers, indexes and collection guides available for collections of manuscripts and documentary sources in the Library of Congress's Manuscript Division.  Issued with an index volume having the title National Inventory of Documentary Sources in the United States.  Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.   To search electronic database including these entries, consult Archives USA on Library's LibInfo system (http:; archives.chadwyck.com).
microfc CD3023.N22 RR.
Archives—United States—Catalogs/ United States—History—Sources/ Library of Congress, Manuscript Division—Catalogs.

32.  National inventory of documentary sources in the United States.  Part 4:  Academic libraries and other repositories .  microfiche . Teaneck, N. J.: Chadwyck-Healey, [1983-85].
Library's holdings incomplete.
           Consists of microform reproductions of published and unpublished finding aids, registers, indexes and collection guides available for collections of manuscripts and documentary sources in participating repositories.  Issued with a printed index.   To search electronic database including these entries, consult Archives USA on Library's LibInfo system (http:; archives.chadwyck.com).
     Located in RR.
Archives—United States—Catalogs/ United States—History—Sources.

33.  San Francisco newspapers index 1904-1959. California State Library. California Section 703 microfiches . [Sacramento] : The Library, [1986].
   Three interfiled indexes covering the San Francisco Call, January 1, 1904-August 31, 1913 ; San Francisco Examiner, September 1, 1913-September 23, 1928 ; San Francisco Chronicle, September 1, 1913-December 31, 1949. The continuation of the index to the Chronicle is called the San Francisco Chronicle index.  Users' guide to the San Francisco newspaper index, microfiche edition compiled by Richard Terry.
microfc AI25.S25S23 1986 Mic.
American newspapers—California—San Francisco—Indexes/ San Francisco Call—Indexes/ San Francisco Examiner—Indexes/ San Francisco Chronicle—Indexes.

34.  New York Tribune index for 1875-1906. New York Tribune 22 vv. on 3 microfilm reels . New York, New York: 1876-1907.
microfm AI1 Mic.
Newspaper indexes.

35.  FBI filing and records procedures. Athan G. Theoharis 1 reel ; 35 mm . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 1983.
Mic microfm HV 170.
United States—Federal Bureau of Investigation/ Filing systems.

3.  United States -- Government and party documents

36.  [Serial set] (issued with title:  CIS U. S. serial set). United States. Congress 117,000 fiches.  Washington: 1789-1969.
Also called Congressional series of United States public documents, Congressional set, or, Sheep bound set.  This microfiche edition published by Congressional Information Service, Washington, 1978-79.
   This microfiche collection comprises official records of the United States Congress to 1969, including approximately 13,000 volumes containing approximately 300,000 separate House and Senate Documents, Reports, and Journals.  House and Senate Reports typically constitute committee reports on proposed legislation. House and Senate Documents are comprised of other official publications, many of them reports originating in the executive branch of government, but also including petitions, memorials, veto messages, documentary compilations, reports from federally chartered organizations, etc.  Serial Set began in 1817, and is supplemented by The American State Papers, which reprints early official documents.  Library holds print version of the Serial Set at J66.
       There are various print and electronic indexes to the contents of the Serial Set.  For details, consult a reference librarian.
       See next entry for non-Congressional U.S. public documents.
   See online source: Lexis-Nexis U. S. Serial Set Digital Collection (1789-1969)
microfc Z1223.Z9C74 Mic.
Government publications—United States.

37.  U.S. Executive Branch documents, 1789-1909 .  47,649 microfiches . Bethesda, MD: CIS, 1990-.
Accompanied by printed guide with title: CIS index to U.S. Executive Branch documents, 1789-1909 : guide to documents listed in Checklist of U.S. public documents, 1789-1909, not printed in the U.S. serial set at Z7164.C575 1990 RR.
   Set comprises titles listed in Checklist of United States Public Documents, 1789-1909 (at Z1223.A11 1911 RR and other locations),  with certain exceptions, such as titles part of the U. S. Congressional Serial Set, Statutes at Large, reprints, etc.  The collection, together with the Serial Set (which is held by the Library in an almost complete form at call no. J66, and in microform through 1969 at microfc Z1223.Z9C74 Mic), provides researchers with almost all federal documents issued prior to 1910, including many that are very rare and specialized.  Contents:  Part 1.  Department of Commerce and Labor; Department of Treasury (7575 microfiches). — Part 2.  War Department (12,803 microfiches. — Part 3. Interior Department; Labor Department; Library of Congress (6280 microfiches). — Part 4.  Agriculture Department; American Republics Bureau; Civil Service; District of Columbia; Fish Commission; Freedman's Savings and Trust Co.; Geographic Board; Government Printing Office; General Supply Committee (7213 microfiches). — Part 5. Navy Department (7015 microfiches). — Part 6.  National Academy of Sciences, President of the United States, State Department, and Smithsonian Institution (6763 microfiches).
microfiche J83.U13 1990 Mic.
Executive departments—United States—Sources.

38.  The Civil War CD-ROM the War of the Rebellion : a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate Armies.  Version 1.56 ed. 1 computer laser optical disc . Carmel, IN: Guild Press of Indiana, 1996.
   Title from disc label. On container: v 1.5. Updated version of the 1996 CD-ROM of the same title. "PC and Macintosh compatible"—Cover of accompanying user's guide. Accompanying user's guide (11 p.) inserted in container. The War of the Rebellion : a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate Armies — A compendium of the War of the Rebellion / Frederick H. Dyer — Regimental losses in the American Civil War (1861-1865) / William F. Fox — A user's guide to the official records of the American Civil War /  Alan and Barbara Aimone — Military operations of the Civil War : a guide inex to the official records of the Union and Confederate Armies / edited by National Archives historians.
 JMedia _CDRom_E464.C585 1996.
Confederate States of America—History—Sources—Databases/ United States—History—Civil War, 1861-1865—Sources—Databases/ United States—History—Civil War, 1861-1865—Regimental histories—Databases/ United States—History—Civil War, 1861-1865—Registers—Databases.

39.  [Early state legislative journals].  218 reels .
   Collection comprises microfilms of journals of the legislative bodies of the early periods of the various colonies, territories and states, and some constitutional conventions and extraordinary bodies.  Some of the material filmed is manuscript and some is printed.  The University of Chicago's holdings are a subset of the Microfilm Collection of Early State Records, a project of the Library of Congress in association with the University of North Carolina.  The full collection of about 1600 reels comprises records of legislative journals and debates, statutory law, records of constitutional conventions and extraordinary bodies, and administrative, executive, and court records.  Detailed descriptions of the materials held by the University of Chicago can be found in A Guide to the Microfilm Collection of Early State Records (Washington:  Library of Congress, 1950), at Z1223.5.A1U47 RR and 1951 supplement.  Materials in the set that are not held by the University of Chicago can be borrowed from the Center for Research Libraries.
       Library holdings (may include gaps):  Alabama (Territory and State), 1818-1870, J5-7 (10 reels) —  Arkanasas (Terr. and State), 1810-1874, J8-12 (21 reels) — Connecticut (Colony and State), 1708-1841, J13-16 (7 reels) — Georgia, 1783-1827, J24-25 (9 reels) — Kentucky 1793-1823, J32-33 (5 reels) — Illinois (Terr. and State), 1809-1832, J20-23 (5 reels) — Indiana (Terr. and State), 1805-1830, 1858-1859, J26-29 (9 reels) — Indian Terr., 1872-1875, J1 (1 reel) — Iowa (Terr.), 1838-1846, J30-31 (3 reels) — Louisiana (New Orleans Cabildo, Orleans Terr., State), 1769-1875, J68, J58, J34-35 (8 reels) — Maryland (Colony), 1765-1774, J39 (1 reel) — Massachusetts (Colony and State), 1686-1800, J42-45 (30 reels) — Michigan Terr., 1825-1829, J46 (1 reel) — Mississippi (Terr. and State), 1803-1865,J47-50 (12 reels) — Missouri (Terr. and State), 1812-1828, J 51-53 (4 reels) — New Hampshire, 1795-1800, J54 (1 reel) — New Jersey (Colony and State), 1708-1799, J 2-4, 55-56 (8  reels) — New York (Colony and State), 1741-1806, J58-60 (7 reels) — North Carolina (Colony and State), 1747-1816, J61 (7 reels) — Northwest Territory and Ohio, 1795, 1802-1835, J65-67 (11 reels) — Pennsylvania, 1781-1801, J69-71 (9 reels) — Rhode Island (Colony and State), 1638-1836, J72-78 (14 reels) — South Carolina, 1776-1804, J79-80 (9 reels) — Tennessee, 1796-1862, J81-82 (6 reels) — Texas (Province, Republic, State), 1832-1864, J83-86 (11 reels) — Vermont, 1784-1804, J87 (2 reels) — Virginia, 1776-1869, J88-89 (5 reels).
microfm J4-J89 Mic.
State legislatures—sources/ United States—history—to 1776—sources/ United States—history—1776-1865—sources/ Alabama—legislative journals/ Arkansas legislative journals/ Connecticut—legislative journals/ Georgia—legislative journals/ Kentucky—legislative journals/ Illinois—legislative journals/ Indiana—legislative journals/ Indian Territory—legislative journals/ Iowa—legislative journals/ Orleans Territory—legislative journals/ New Orleans—history—sources/ Louisiana—legislative journals/ Maryland—legislative journals/ Massachusetts—legislative journals/ Michigan—legislative journals/ Mississippi—legislative journals/ Missouri—legislative journals/ New Hampshire—legislative journals/ New Jersey—legislative journals/ New York—legislative journals/ North Carolina—legislative journals/ Northwest Territory—legislative journals/ Ohio—legislative journals/ Pennsylvania—legislative journals/ Rhode Island—legislative journals/ South Carolina—legislative journals/ Tennessee—legislative journals/ Texas (Republic)—legislative journals/ Texas—legislative journals/ Texas (Province)—legislative journals/ Vermont—legislative journals/ Virginia—legislative journals.

40.  Unpublished U.S. House of Representatives committee hearings.  Bethesda, MD: CIS, 1986.
Accompanied by printed guide with title: CIS index to unpublished US House of Representatives committee hearings, RR  XXKF40.C54 1988, XXKF40.C54 1990, XXKF40.C54 1994, XXKF40.C54 2003, XXKF40.C557 1997, XXKF40.C557 1999.
   Library has:  1833-1972 .
Mic microfc XXKF25.8.A1U668 .
United States. Congress. House — Committees/ Legislative hearings — United States.

41.  [Witness index to the United States Congressional hearings, 25th-89th Congress, 1839-1966].  724 sheets in 1 box . [Westport, Conn.]: Greenwood Press, [1974].
Microfiche. Title from publisher's prospectus. Reproduced from card files housed and compiled by the United States Senate Library (25th-77th Congress) and by the Library of Congress (78-89th Congress).
           Covers 1839-1966 in three sequences, 1839-1942, 1942-1956, and 1957-1966, listing 600,000 entries for names of witnesses at Congressional committee hearings.  For indexing of hearings after 1970 see CIS Index (J69.C769 RR); for indexing prior to 1970, see Index of Congressional Committee Hearings . . . in the United States Senate Library (and supplements), Z1223.A104 RR.
Microfc Z11 Mic.
Legislative hearings—United States/ United States. Congress.  Senate.  Library/ Library of Congress.

42.  Unpublished U.S. Senate committee hearings.  Bethesda, MD: CIS, 1986.
Accompanied by printed guide with title: CIS index to unpublished US Senate committee hearings, RR XXKF40.C15.
   Library has:  1823-1980 .
Mic microfc XXKF25.8.A1U668 .
United States. Congress. Senate — Committees/ Legislative hearings — United States.

43.  The Flag and the law : a documentary history of the treatment of the American flag by the Supreme Court and Congress.  comp.,  Marlyn Robinson, and Christopher Simoni. 3 v.; + 75 microfiches . Buffalo, N.Y: W.S. Hein, 1993.
   Printed volumes include documents for 45 documents, including Supreme Court decisions in 9 key cases (1907-1990), 10 acts and joint resolutions (1878-1990), 26 Congressional reports, documents, and hearings (1889-1989), and a bibliography.  Fiche include transcripts of record, briefs and other papers relating to 9 cases in the Supreme Court (1907-1990).
XX KF5150.A7F560 1993 Gen; fiche in MF reading room.
Flags—Law and legislation—United States—History—Sources/ Freedom of speech—United States—History—Sources.

44.  The Declassified documents reference system .
Microfiche. Imprint varies.
   DDRS compiles government documents declassified through Freedom of Information Act filings and other declassified documents.  Presents records and reports of cabinet meetings, National Security Council policy statements, CIA intelligence studies, Presidential conferences, etc.  Documents are indexed by Declassified Documents Catalog and its predecessor, Declassified Documents Quarterly Catalog (Z1223.Z9D29 RR).
   See online source: Declassified Documents Reference System at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/itweb/chic_rbw
microfc J83.A1D42 Mic.
Government publications—United States—Periodicals.

45.  Official report of the proceedings, 1832— . Democratic party.  National convention 12 reels .
Proceedings for 1835 and 1844 are detached from the Baltimore Republican and The Sun respectively.  Original in Library of Congress.
   Library holds:  1832-1990.
microfm JK28 Mic.
Democratic Party (U. S.).

46.  Campaign documents. 1864-1868 Democratic party.  National committee.
microfm E35 Mic.

47.  Papers of the Republican Party. Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ), editor,  Paul Kesaris. 51 reels . Research Collections in American Politics. Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1986-.
Guide to the collection has call no. JK2356.R46P36 1986.
           Contents:  Part I:  Meetings of the Republican National Committee.  Series A: 1911-1960 (18 reels); Series B: 1960-1980 (18 reels).  Includes meeting records of the National Committee, its executive committee, special committees, and convention committees (call, site, arrangement, contests, and rules).  Part II:  Reports and Memoranda of the Research Division of the Headquarters of the RNC, 1938-1980 (15 reels).  Includes studies of campaign and election analyses, studies of population and voting trends, public policy research, analysis of opposing candidates and political organizations, review of development in election law and legislative activites.
microfm JK2356.R46 1986 Mic.
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )—Archives/ Republican National Committee (U.S.).  Research Division.

48.  Official report of the proceedings, [lst]— , 1856— . Republican Party.  National Convention 7 microfilm reels .
   Library holds:  1856-1964, 1976.
microfm JK27 Mic.
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ) .

49.  Socialist Party of America papers, 1897-1964: microfilm of ms. collection in the Duke University Library .  Socialist Party (U.S.) 142 reels . Glen Rock, N. J.: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1975.
Socialist Party of America papers, a guide to the microfilm edition has call number: HX89.S63 1897.
   Organized in five distinct series:  National Office papers; Youth and the Young People's Socialists League Papers; State and local files; Related organization files (e. g., League for Industrial Democracy, Southern Tenants Farmers Union, American for Democratic Action, and the ACLU); Printed materials.
microfm HX91 Mic.
Socialist Party (U.S.)—History—Sources/ Socialism—United States—History—Sources.

50.  Pamphlets in American history:  Group III.  1644 microfiches .
Accompanied by guides with call no. Z1236.P270 1979 RR3.
   Filmed from collections at State Historical Society Wisconsin and other collections.  For full description of contents, see under United States—General Materials in this Guide.  Partial contents:  Socialism (689 titles, 712 fiches):  Publications of the Socialist Labor Party and the United States Socialist Party.
microfc E178.P24 1978 Mic.

51.  Case papers of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1790-1807. United States.  Supreme Court 11 reels . Washington: National Archives and Records Service.
Later cases located at [Law] Microfilm K 146 and K 60.Z8.
Microfilm K8 Law Mic.
United States.  Supreme Court.

52.  Records and briefs of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1832— . United States.  Supreme Court. Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources, 1972.
Issued in part.  Each part has its own index.  Later briefs and records located at K60.Z8; some earlier briefs and records located at [Law] Microfilm K8.  Law Library has some issues on microfiche:  [Law] Microfiche K60.Z8.
           Records and briefs offer full documentation of the arguments and evidence presented for cases that reach the Supreme Court.
Microfilm K146 LawMic.
United States.  Supreme Court.

53.  Briefs and records of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1916-1983/84 term [microform]. United States.  Supreme Court. Washington: Microcard Editions, Inc., 1972.
Earlier briefs and records located at K60.Z8 and [Law] Microfilm  K146 and K8.
           Records and briefs offer full documentation of the arguments and evidence presented for cases that reach the Supreme Court.
Microfilm K60.Z8 LawMic.
United States.  Supreme Court.

54.  [A collection of the records and briefs, on microfilm, of important trials in which Communism has been an issue.  1919-1953.]. Inc. New York Fund for the Republic 80 reels . [New York: 1954].
   Contents: — reel 1. Abrams v. US, 1919. — reel 2-5. Bridges v. Wixon, 1945. —  reel 6-18. Brownell v. Communist Party, 1953. — reel 19-26.  Coplon v. US, 1951. — reel 27-34.  Dennis v. US, 1951. — reel 35. Dunne v. US, 1943. — reel 36. Gitlow v. New York, 1925. — reel 37. Gorin v. US, 1941. — 38. Kessler v. Strecker, 1939. — reel 39-40. Marzani v. US, 1948. —reel 41. Orloff v. Willoughby, 1953. —reel 42. People v. Ferguson, 1922. — reel 43-49. People v. Horiuchi, 1931. — reel 50-52. People v. Lloyd, 1922. — reel 53. People v. Mintz, 1930-31. — reel 54. People v. Ruthenberg, 1925. — reel 55. Schneiderman v. US, 1943. — reel 56. State v. Boloff, 1931-32. — reel 57-65. US v. Fujimoto, 1952-53. — reel 66. US v. Hiss, 1951. — reel 73-79.  US v. Nicholai G. Redin, 1946. — reel 80. Whitney v. California, 1927.
microfm HX32 Mic.
Communism—United States.

4.  United States -- Archives, manuscripts, sources

55.  Calendar of state papers, Colonial, North America and the West Indies, 1574-1739, on CD-ROM, 1574-1739.  New York: Routledge, 1999.
   The printed work upon which the CD database is based presently consists of 45 volumes of abstracts and transcripts from the official records preserved in the British Public Record Office.  The series provides transcripts and abstracts of correspondence with colonial governors, orders and grants from the central government to local administration, documents from localities, and about such topics as slave trade and piracy.  It is one of the most constantly used sources for early American history, not only of the "13 colonies" but also of the colonies of the West Indies, as well as trade relations with Europe, Africa, and other regions.  This  CD-ROM version permits specific searches for names, places, topics, and dates among over 40,000 transcripts and abstracts, using a search engine based upon the Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals on CD-ROM.
DA25.H5 200.
Great Britain — Colonies — History — Sources.

56.  The William Blathwayt papers at Colonial Williamsburg, 1631-1722. William Blathwayt 10 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: UPA Academic Editions, 1989.
Originals held by the Colonial Williamsburgh Foundation. Accompanied by a 262 pp. printed reel guide at E191.B56 1989 Guide.
   Blathwayt was long secretary of the Lords of Trade and Plantations.  About half of the 2564 items are from the North American colonies and about half from the Caribbean and Bermuda.
   Papers consist chiefly of letters written to Blathwayt by colonial governors and others. Includes some drafts of letters by Blathwayt. Subjects include French and Indian troubles, military defense, illegal trade, the Navigation Acts, charter of Massachusetts, piracy in the Caribbean, Leisler's rebellion in New York, Lord Baltimore's troubles with Protestants and conflicting border claims with Virginia and Pennsylvania, Virginia tobacco trade, wars in Jamaica, the  slave question in the Leeward Islands, troubles between governors and the assembly in Bermuda. Included is a copy of "The Declaration of the People Against Sir Wm. Berkeley..." (1676) by Nathaniel Bacon, Jr.; and an original draft of the Charter of Pennsylvania (1681).  2564 items.
   Chronologically arranged.
Mic  microfm E191.B56 1989.
Blathwayt, William, 1649-1717/ United States—History—Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775—Sources/ Great Britain—Colonies—America—History—Sources/ West Indies, British—History—Sources/ Bermuda Island—History—17th century/ Jamaica—History—to 1962.

57.  Iroquois Indians: a documentary history. Francis Jennings, and D'Arcy McNickle Center for the History of the American Indian 50 microfilm reels . Woodbridge, CT: Research Publications, 1984.
Compiled by the D'Arcy McNickle Center for the History of the American Indian at the Newberry Library.  Set comprises  8812 copies of manuscript and printed documents,  including treaty conferences, agreements resulting from formal meetings, and a broad range of background materials for interpreting motives, procedures, and effects. Materials date from the early sixteenth century to 1842, and are arranged chronologically.  Printed guide at E99.I7I76 1985 (another copy at Z1210I7I760 1985) has title: Iroquois Indians : a documentary history of the diplomacy of the six nations and their league : guide to the microfilm collection / Francis Jennings, editor .... Woodbridge, CT : Research Publications, 1985.   Guide includes calendar of documents and index of names.
 Mic _  microfm  _E99.I7I68 1984.
D'Arcy McNickle Center for the History of the American Indian/ Iroquois Indians—History—Sources/ Indians of North America—History—Sources.

58.  Colonial maps & drawings. Netherlands. Algemeen Rijksarchief. Afdeling Kaarten & Tekeningen 1579 microfiches .
   Cartographers and artists were employed by the United Dutch East India Company, the West India Company, and other agencies to chart waters, trace river courses, sound harbors, record fortifications, and sketch views of Dutch and indigenous settlements.  Divided into sections:  Atlases; Europe; Africa; Asia; Australia; North America; Caribbean; South America. Approximately 9,100 maps, charts, drawings in all, dating from 1583 and the early 19th century.  For full description, including reference to finding aids, see entry in General Works and Special Subjects section of this Guide.
microfc JV2511.N484 1992 Mic.
Netherlands—Colonies—Description and travel/ Netherlands—Colonies—Geography/ Netherlands—Colonies—Maps.

59.  France's forgotten legion: Service records of French military and administrative personnel stationed in the Mississippi Valley and Gulf Coast Region, 1699-1769. Carl A. Brasseaux 1 computer laser disc . Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2000.
"A CD-ROM publication." pt. 1. Governors and administrators — pt. 2. Military officers — pt. 3. Noncommissioned officers — pt. 4. Cadets — pt. 5. Enlisted men — pt. 6. Support personnel.
   Presents the career biographies of more than 7,000 men and women known to have served the French monarchy in colonial Louisiana.  With data drawn from military, administrative, civil, judicial, and ecclesiastical sources, colonists from all walks of life are sketched:  governors, laborers, midwives, interpreters, land surveyors, corporals, clerks, and surgeons.  The CD-ROM also contains over thirty images, ranging from portraits to maps of towns and architectural drawings of fortifications.
 JMedia _CDRom_F372.B757 2000.
French—Louisiana—History/ Louisiana—History—To 1803/ France—History, Military—18th century.

60.  The Kaskaskia manuscripts, 1714-1816 : a calendar of civil documents in Colonial Illinois.  compilers,  Lawrie Cena Brown Margaret Kimbell Dean. 14 reels . Springfield: Illinois State Archives, 1984.
English or French. Includes indexes.
microfm F514 Mic.
Illinois—History—Sources/ Kaskaskia (Ill.)—History—Sources.

61.  Maritime.  1679-1775. Massachusetts.  Archives Division 6 reels . Massachusetts Archives, 61-66. [Boston].
Original mss. in the Massachusetts Archives Division.
microfm HF115 Mic.
Massachusetts—Commerce—Sources/ Massachusetts—History—Colonial period—Sources.

62.  The papers of William Penn. William 1644-1718 Penn 14 reels . Philadelphia, Pa: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1981?
Accompanying guide to the collection on microfilm has call no. F152.2.G92.
   Penn, founder of Pennsylvania, Quaker leader, social philosopher, friend of English kings.  Collection comprises approximately 3,000 documents, arranged chronologically.  Includes correspondence to and from Penn, theological papers, patents, commissions and constitutions, account books, land records, and diaries.  Correspondents included Queen Anne, Cotton Mather, Peter the Great.  Business and financial papers document problems of English landowner and colonial proprietor.  Much material on Pennsylvania, and on persecution of Quakers in England.  Films include materials by Historical Society of Pennsylvania and 60 other institutions.
microfm F523 Mic.
Penn, William, 1644-1718/ Pennsylvania—History—Sources/ Great Britain—History—1660-1714—Sources.

63.  Records of the Provincial Council, 1682-1776 in the Pennsylvania State Archives (from record group 21). Pennsylvania. Provincial Council 26 reels 1966.
Microfilm of Mss. collection. Sponsored by the National Historical Publication Commission.
   Section 1:  Manuscript minutes of the Council, March 19, 1682 to December 9, 1775 (7 rolls of film); section 2, Documents and correspondence of the Council (12 rolls).  Documents the earliest executive government of Pennsylvania, from the establishment of the Provincial Council under William Penn to the overthrow of the proprietary government in 1776.  Guide to the microfilm of the records of the Provincial Council, 1682-1776, in the Pennsylvania State Archives (v, 130 p. ; 24 cm.) at CD3474.P46 1966 Guide.  Reel A1 includes index. reels A1-A7. Provincial record (manuscript minutes) — reels B1-B12. Papers of the Provincial Council (executive correspondence) — reels C1-C7. Colonial records.
Mic microfm  CD3474.P46 1966.
 Pennsylvania—History—Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775/ Pennsylvania—Politics and government—To 1775.

64.  Diary, 1765-1766. George Folliot. British Records Relating to America in Microfilm. East Ardsley [Eng.]: Micro Methods.
Facsimile of the original manuscript.
   NYC merchant and Loyalist.  Elected member of the Provincial Congress for the City and County of New York in 1775, but declined to serve; and appointed member of the Committee of 100 but refused to act.  For his adherence to the crown his estate was confiscated.
microfm E279 Mic.

65.  Journal of Augustine Prevost, 1774. Augustine d. 1786 Prevost. East Ardsley [Eng.]: Micro Methods.
Facsimile of the original manuscript.
   Prevost was a British major general in the War for American Independence.  He had earlier served under Wolfe in Canada.
microfm E276 Mic.
United States—History—Colonial period—Sources.

66.  The Hamond naval papers, 1766-1825.  [Papers of Sir Andrew Snape Hamond, bart., 1766-1783, and Sir Graham Eden Hamond, bart., 1799-1825]. Andrew Snape 1738-1828 Hamond 3 reels . Virginia. University. Library. Microfilm Publications, 2. Charlottesville, Va.: University of Virginia Library, 1966.
Original mss. in the University of Virginia Library.  Printed guide at call no.: DA87.1.H2V7 1966.
   Sir Andrew was a captain in British navy, with commands on the North American station, 1770-1783; taking part in the expedition to the Chesapeake in 1777, defense of Sandy Hook, 1778, reduction of Charleston, 1780, and serving as governor of Nova Scotia.  Sir Graham, admiral, served on various ships in the Mediterranean and home stations, and took part in the blockade of Malta, the battle of Copenhagen and other campaigns.
microfilm DA116 Mic.
United States—History—Revolution, 1775-1783—Personal narratives, British/ Great Britain—History, Naval/ Hamond, Andrew Snape, bart., sir, 1738-1828/ Hamond, Graham Eden, bart., Sir, 1779-1862.

67.  Province in rebellion : a documentary history of the founding of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1774-1775.  editor-in-chief,  L. Kinvin Wroth. xlvi, 2917 p, 31 sheets  . Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1975.
"A publication of the Massachusetts Revolutionary War Bicentennial Commission.".
   Comprises official documents of six types:  1.  Executive documents:  Gage's official correspondence and proclamations.   2. Town records:  Records of Boston town meeting, selectmen, and Committee of Correspondence, and selected records and papers of other towns.  3.  Superior Court of Judicature records.  4.  General Court journals and papers, for the session May 25 to June 17, 1774.  5.  County conventions. Journals of the ad hoc county conventions held in 12 counties in the summer and fall of 1774.  6.  Provincial Congress journals.  Includes journals of the three Provincial Congresses, the Committee of Safety, and papers of the Committees of Safety and Supplies.
microfc E263.M4P77 1975 Mic.
Massachusetts—History—Revolution, 1775-1783—Causes—Sources/ Revolutionary War Bicentennial Commission.

68.  Papers of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789 . United States.  Continental Congress 204 reels . Washington: National Archives and Records Service, 1958-1959.
   >From the records of the Continental and Confederation Congresses and the Constitutional Convention record group 360 in the National Archives.  Consist of journals of the Congress; reports of its committees; memorials and petitions; and correspondence of its presidents and other officers with diplomatic representatives of the United States abroad, officers in the Continental Army, State officials, and private persons.  Includes documents concerning creation of the new government, drafts of treaties and commercial agreements, papers relating to expenditures and to domestic and foreign loans, reports of military progress during the Revolution, and papers relating to Indian treaties and tribes.  On the first 7 rolls are indexes for most of the records.
microfm J92 M-247 Mic.
United States—History—Revolution, 1775-1783—Sources/ United States—History—1783-1815—Sources/ United States—Constitutional history—Sources/ Journals of the Continental Congresses, 1774-1789.

69.  Credentials of delegates from Virginia to the Continental Congress. United States.  Continental Congress 1 reel . United States National Archives. Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no. T408. Washington: U.S. National Archives, 1960.
Microfm J92 T-408 Mic.
United States—Continental Congress/ Virginia—History—Revolution—Sources.

70.  Documentary history of the ratification of the constitution:  microform supplement.  [Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1976-.
Supplements v. 2- of The Documentary history of the ratification of the Constitution, at call no. JK31.D6 Gen and XXKF4502.D630 Law.
   Library has microfiche supplements for Connecticut (7 fiche), Delaware (8 fiche), Georgia (4 fiche), New Jersey (4 fiche), Pennsylvania (43 fiche), Virginia (4 fiche).
microfc JK8 Mic.
United States—Constitutional history—Sources.

71.  Domestic letters of the Department of State, 1784-1906. United States.  Department of State 8 reels . National Archive Microfilm Publications, M 40. Washington [DC]: National Archives, 1949.
General Records of the Department of State.  Record Group 59.
   Holdings: 8 reels of total of 171:  v. 4 (October 10, 1788)- v. 11 (June 29, 1799).
microfm J92 M-40 Mic.
United States—History—Sources.

72.  Notes to foreign legations in the United States from the Department of State, 1834-1906. United States.  Dept. of State 99 microfilm reels . File Microcopies of Records in the National Archives; No. 99. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
microfm J92 M-99 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Sources.

73.  Letterbook, 1776-1780 [microform]. United States.  Continental Congress.  Marine Committee. Washington: National Archives and Records Service, 1960.
At head of title:  Microcopy no. T-409.
microfm E237 Mic.
United States—History—Revolution, 1775-1783—Sources.

74.  Census, 1790. Population schedules of the first census of the United States, 1790. 1790 United States.  1st census 1 microfilm reels (of three) . National Archives Microfilm Publications T-498.
Reel 2:  New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania.
 microfm J92 T-498 Mic.
United States—Census, 1790.

75.  Records of the Department of State, communications from special agents, 1794-1906. United States.  Dept. of State 9 microfilm reels . File Microcopies of Records in the National Archives; No., 37. Washington: National Archives, 1943.
   Library holds 9 reels:  Apr. 4, 1794-June 19, 1828.
microfm J92 M-37 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Sources.

76.  Records of the Office of the Secretary of War.  Letters sent, military affairs. United States.  War Dept. 14 reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications M6. Washington: National Archives, 1942.
Nov. 12, 1800— .
mic J92-M6 microfm.
United States. War Dept. — Records and correspondence/ United States — History, Military — To 1900 — Sources.

77.  Circulars [on the customs] Oct. 2, 1789-June 30, 1796.United States.  Treasury Department 1 reel .
Original mss. in Library of Congress.
microfm HJ20 Mic.
United States—Treasury Department—Sources/ Customs administration—United States—Records and correspondence.

78.  [Letters from the Secretary of the Treasury to collectors at ports of the United States, Sept. 22, 1789-Dec. 31, 1802]. United States.  Treasury Department.
Original mss. in the National Archives.
microfm HJ21 Mic.
United States—Treasury Department—Sources/ Customs administration—United States—Records and correspondence.

79.  Despatches from United States ministers to Great Britain, 1791-1906 [microfilm]. United States.  Dept. of State 200 reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, no. 30. Washington: National Archives, 1966.
           Includes register of despatches.
microfm J92 M-30 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Great Britain—Sources/ Great Britain—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

80.  Diplomatic instructions of the Department of State, 1801-1906. National Archives (U.S.)  25 rolls microfilm  . Washington: 1945.
Diplomatic instructions are copies of communications to American diplomatic representatives, and for the early years, to consular representatives.  They relate to all phases of U.S. foreign relations and the administration of diplomatic posts.  Before 1870 most volumes of instructions contain a register of contents.  Later contents are listed in a unified register.
          Library holds reels pertinent to relations with Mexico and with Brazil, 1815-1906:  "United States Ministers, Instructions," reel no. 3 Nov. 2, 1815-Dec. 7, 1819; reel no. 4 Feb. 10, 1820-July 15, 1823; reel no. 5 July 15, 1823-Dec. 30, 1825; reel no. 6 Jan. 6, 1826-Oct. 24, 1827; reel no. 7 Oct. 23, 1827-Nov. 3, 1829.  American States:  reel no. 9 Apr. 2, 1829-May 27, 1833.  Argentina:  reel no. 11 Jan. 6, 1872-Jan. 22, 1892.  Brazil:  reel no. 23 May 29, 1833-Nov. 11, 1862; reel no. 24 Nov. 12, 1862-Mar. 6, 1875; reel no. 25 Mar. 12, 1875-Nov. 25, 1893; reel no. 26 Nov. 27, 1893-Aug. 9, 1906.  Mexico: reel no. 111 May 29, 1833-Mar. 29, 1845; reel no. 112 Nov. 10, 1845-Apr. 6, 1854; reel no. 113 May 6, 1854-Nov. 20, 1867; reel no. 114 Nov. 23, 1867-Apr. 26, 1873; reel no. 115 May 7, 1873-June 19, 1879; reel no. 116 June 23, 1879-Dec. 29, 1883; reel no. 117 Jan. 2, 1884-May 16, 1887; reel no. 118 May 18, 1887-Jan. 3, 1891; reel no. 119 Jan. 5, 1891-Sept. 13, 1895; reel no. 120 Sept. 17, 1895-Feb. 21, 1899; reel no. 121 Feb. 23, 1899-Mar. 10, 1904; reel no. 122 Mar. 11, 1904-Aug. 9, 1906.   Special missions:  reel no. 152 Dec. 15, 1823-Nov. 13, 1852; reel no. 154 Sept. 11, 1852-Aug. 31, 1886.
   National Archives Microfilm publication M77.
Mic microfm  E183.7.N385 1945.
Diplomatic and consular service, American/ United States—Foreign relations/ United States — Foreign relations — Mexico — Sources/ United States — Foreign relations — Brazil — Sources/ Mexico — Foreign relations — United States — Sources/ Brazil — Foreign relations — United States — Sources.

81.  Ratified Amendments XI-XXVI of the U.S. Constitution general records of the United States government record group 11 [microform]. United States.  National Archives and Records Aministration 15 microfilm reels . Washington: National Archives Trust Fund Board, National Archives and Records Administration, 1990.
Brief introductory pamphlet accompanying microform has call no. XX KF4557.U55 1990.
          Contains records relating to ratified amendments XI through XXVI of the Constitution, plus the text of the Constitution and its amendments to date.  The eleventh and twelfth amendments are both covered on roll 1, with a single roll devoted to each of the remaining amendments.
microfm XX KF4557.U55 1990 Mic.
United States—Constitution—Amendments.

82.  Benjamin Franklin papers, 1726-1907. Benjamin Franklin 12 reels . Washington, D.C: National Archives, 1973.
   Collection divided into three series: Series I (1772-1783) ; Series II (1726-1818) ; Series III (1728-1841). Guide and name index on reel 1. Original papers in Library of Congress Manuscripts Division. Shelf/Accession no. DM 15,747. Shelf space of original: 12 ft. (ca. 8000 items.).
E302 .F8 1973a Gen .
Franklin, Benjamin.

83.  The Benjamin Lincoln papers [microform]. Benjamin 1733-1810 Lincoln, editor,  Frederick S. Allis. 13 reels . Cambridge, Mass.: M. I. T. Libraries, [1977].
Originals held by Massachusetts Historical Society.  Filming and editing sponsored by the National Historical Publications Commission.  Printed guide at E207.L73A43.
           American Revolutionary officer.  Commanded militia in Vermont, American army in the South, captured in Charleston, exchanged, and served in Yorktown campaign.  Secretary of War, 1781-1783.  Commanded force that suppressed Shay's rebellion, 1787.  Papers provide first-hand information for military history of Revolution and also the problems of establishing the federal government in the 1790's.  See also papers of Henry Knox and Artemas Ward.
microfm E258 Mic.
Lincoln, Benjamin, 1733-1810—Manuscripts.

84.  The Artemas Ward papers. Artemas 1727-1800 Ward, editor,  Jr Frederick S. Allis. 5 reels . Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, 1967.
Microfilm of ms. collection in the Massachusetts Historical Society. Sponsored by the National Historical Publications Commission. Accompanied by guide:  Guide to the microfilm edition of the Artemas Ward papers at E207.W2A43.
           American revolutionary general; organized resistence to Gage in Massachusetts; later second in command to Washington.  Served in Continental Congress, 1780-81, and U. S. House, 1791-95.  Active in suppression of Shay's rebellion.  See also papers of Henry Knox and Benjamin Lincoln.
microfm E259 Mic.
Ward, Artemas, 1727-1800/ United States—History—Revolution, 1775-1783—Sources.

85.  Lee family papers, 1742-1795. Lee family, editor,  Paul P. Hoffman. 8 reels . Charlottesville, Va.: University of Virginia Library, 1966.
Guide to the microfilm edition of the Lee family papers has call no. CD3569.5.L4G9.  Originals from Univ. of Va. and many other repositories.
   Papers of Lee family of Virginia.  roll 1.  1740-1769.  Earliest documents date from 1672.  First important run of mss.concern commerce carried on by Henry Lee, Thomas Lee, John Lee, and Richard Lee.  Arthur Lee's papers as agent of colony of Mass. — roll 2.  1770-1776.  Arthur Lee and William Lee in London; political activities of Francis Lightfoot Lee and Richard Henry Lee in Virginia. — roll 3.  1777.  Papers of Arthur Lee and other American commissioners in France.  Controversies with Silas Deane.  Wartime events in America, esp. papers of Richard Henry Lee. — roll 4. Jan-June 1778.  Mostly Arthur Lee's activities as commissioner to France. — roll 5.  July 1778-Mar. 1779.  Arthur Lee in France; correspondence of Richard Henry Lee. — roll 6.  April 1779-Dec. 1780.  Personal, diplomatic, and political correspondence, mainly of Arthur, William, and Richard Henry Lee. —roll 7.  1781-1795.  Extensive correspondence with leading political figures during the "Critical Period." — roll 8.  Lee mss., pamphlets, and misc. undated items.
microfm CS9 Mic.
Lee family.

86.  Microfilms of the Adams papers:  owned by the Adams Manuscript Trust and deposited in the Massachusetts Historical Society. Adams family 608 reels . Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, 1954-1958.
Printed guide to microfilm collection has call no. E173.A23.
   More than 300,000 pages.  Part I: Diaries of John, John Quincy, and Charles Francis Adams. — Part II:  Letterbooks of same. — Part III:  Materials organized by generation and individual. — Part IV:  Letters received, and loose papers, chronologically arranged from 1639-1889.
microfm E210 Mic.
Adams, John, 1735-1826/ Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848/ Adams, Charles Francis, 1807-1886/ Adams, Thomas Boylston/ Adams, George Washington, 1801-1829/ Adams, Abigail, 1744-1818/ Adams, Louisa Catherine, 1775-1852/ Adams, Anne Harrod, 1776-1846/ Smith, William Stephens, 1755-1816/ Adams Manuscript Trust/ Massachusetts Historical Society/ Adams Papers.

87.  Papers, ser. 1-8. George 1732-1799 Washington 124 reels . Presidential Papers Microfilm. Washington: Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, 1964.
Index at E312.U58 1964 RR.
   Series 1.  Exercise books, 1741-47; diaries, 1748-99; surveys, 1749-52. — Series 2.  Letterbooks, 1754-99:  general correspondence; Congress, 1789-97; Dept. of State, 1789-96; Dept. of the Treasury, 1789-96; Dept. of War, 1789-96; Journal of the Proceedings of the President, 1793-1797. — Series 3.  Varick transcripts, 1775-83.  Transcripts of Washington's Revolutionary War papers:  Correspondence with Continental Congress; Continental and State military personnel; civil officials and citizens; foreign officers and subjects of foreign nations; enemy officers and British subjects; Continental Army council proceedings; General Orders; personal correspondence. — Series 4.  General correspondence, 1697-1799. — Series 5.  Financial papers, 1750-96. — Series 6.  Military papers, 1755-98. — Series 7.  Applications for office. — Series 8.  Misc. papers, ca. 1775-99:  Certificates of degrees and honors; surveys; notes, extracts, and forms.
microfm E287 Mic.
Washington, George, 1732-1799.

88.  Papers of Thomas Jefferson. Thomas 1743-1826 Jefferson, [editor?],  Helen Claire Duprey Bullock. 101 reels . [Washington: Library of Congress, 1944-1945.
The reels are numbered 1-96 and Index 1-4. One unnumbered reel, labeled Index 1779-1826, is the epistolary ledger.  Printed index at E332.U61 1976.  See also Jefferson Papers of the University of Virginia, and Papers of Thomas Jefferson:  control cards used in the editorial office at Princeton University.
Microfm E124 Mic.
Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826—Archives/ United States.  President (1801-1809 : Jefferson)—Archives/ United States—History—Revolution, 1775-1783—Sources/ United States—History—1783-1815—Sources/ United States—Politics and government—1783-1865—Sources.

89.  The Papers of Thomas Jefferson control cards used in the editorial office at Princeton University [microform]. Thomas 1743-1826 Jefferson 52 reels . Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1956.
Microfm E223 Mic.
Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.

90.  Jefferson papers of the University of Virginia, 1732-1828 . Thomas 1743-1826 Jefferson 10 reels . Charlottesville: University of Virginia Library, 1977.
Printed index at E302.J5V49 1977.  Guide/Index also on reel 1.  See also Papers of Thomas Jefferson, and Papers of Thomas Jefferson:  control cards used in the editorial office at Princeton University.
Microfm E332.82 1977 Mic.
Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826—Archives/ United States.  President (1801-1809 : Jefferson)—Archives/ United States—History—Revolution, 1775-1783—Sources/ United States—History—1783-1815—Sources/ United States—Politics and government—1783-1865—Sources.

91.  James Madison papers . James 1751-1836 Madison 28 reels . Washington: Library of Congress, 1964.
Originals in Library of Congress Manuscript Division.  Index at E342.U5 1964.
microfm E288 Mic.
Madison, James, 1751-1836—Manuscripts.

92.  Papers. James 1758-1831 Monroe 11 reels . Presidential Papers Microfilm. Washington: Library of Congress, 1960.
Index at call no. E372.U6.
Microfm E244 Mic.
United States—History—1809-1825—Sources/ United States President (1817-1825 : Monroe).

93.  The Henry Knox papers. Henry 1750-1806 Knox 56 v . Boston: 1960.
Owned by the New England Historic Genealogical Society and deposited in the Massachusetts Historical Society.  Index at call no. E207.K74A3 Index.
   Papers span years 1719-1825.  Knox was American revolutionary army officer and Secretary of War, 1785-1794, close friend and advisor of Washington. Family correspondence; correspondence with Revolutionary associates, government officials, land speculators, and friends; bills; receipts; ledgers; maps; military records and returns; and papers of Knox's wife and of her family. Includes Waldo family papers dealing chiefly with Maine lands.  Correspondents include William Bingham, David Cobb, Nathaniel Greene, William Heath, Henry Jackson, Benjamin Lincoln, and George Washington.  See also papers of Benjamin Lincoln and Artemas Ward.
Microfm E240 Mic.
Knox, Henry, 1750-1806/ United States—History—Revolution—Sources/ United States—History—Constitutional period, 1789-1809—Sources/ Real property—Maine/ Knox Lucy Flucker, 1756-1824/ Waldo (family) .

94.  Papers of Alexander Hamilton [microform].  1st ser., reel 1-35, 2nd ser., reel 1-11. Alexander 1757-1804 Hamilton 113 v. on 46 reels . [S.l: s.n, 1950?].
   "The collection consists of correspondence, speeches and  writings, legal papers, a small segment of financial papers,  printed matter, and miscellany." A register with reel list appears on reel 1.  
microfm E159 Mic.
Hamilton, Alexander, 1757-1804.

95.  The papers of Aaron Burr .  Aaron 1756-1836 Burr 27 reels . Glen Rock, N.J: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1978.
Microfilm (positive). Series III (reels 13-27) in Law Library. Guide and index to the microfilm edition of The Papers of Aaron Burr has call number: E302.6.B9G83.
           Series I:  Correspondence and public papers. Ca. 21,000 pages, filmed in chronological order, bulk of material between 1770-1835; Series II:  Orderly books and European journal.  Orderly books kept by Burr during his service in the Continental Army.  Journals, 1808-1813, during Burr's self-imposed exile; travels in England, France, Sweden, and Scotland.  Series III, ca. 23,500 pp. documenting his 54-year practice as a lawyer in New York, and his service as state Attorney-General, 1789-1791.
microfm E354 Mic.
Burr, Aaron, 1756-1836.

96.  Diary. Henry Edward 1824-1908 Price. British Records Relating to America in Microform. East Ardsley [Eng.]: Micro Methods.
microfm E278 Mic.
United States—Description and travel—1783-1848.

97.  Journal of the voyage of H.M.S. Discovery and Chatham : under the command of Captain George Vancouver, to the northwest coast of America, February 10, 1791 to June 30, 1793. Thomas Manby ca. 80 p.; 1 microfilm reel . 1790-1793.
Original mss. at Yale University Library.
microfm G49 Mic.
Discovery (Ship)/ Chatham (Ship)/ Voyages around the world/ Northwest Passage/ Northwest Coast of North America.

98.  [Letters; a miscellaneous collection of correspondence and other data, mostly relating to the Northwest Territory. 1788-1815]. Arthur 1734-1818 St. Clair 119 microcards .
   Born in Scotland in 1734 and immigrated to Penna. in 1762.  Became Brigadier General in US Continental Army and fought at battles of Trenton and Princeton and defended Ticonderoga.  Member of Continental Congress (1785-87).  First governor of Northwest Territory (1787-1802).  Defeated by Indians near Fort Wayne (1791).  Died in 1818.  Collection contains correspondence and other data mostly relating to the Northwest Terr.  (A larger collection is held by Ohio Hist. Soc.).
microcard F2 Mic.
St. Clair, Arthur, 1734-1818/ Indians of North America/ Northwest, Old/ Ohio—Politics and government—1787-1865/ Ohio (Terr.).

99.  The papers of William Henry Harrison, 1800-1815. William Henry Harrison 10 reels . Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society, 1994-1999.
Consists of printed transcripts, in full or in abstract, of Harrison's papers. Half title: William Henry Harrison papers. Accompanied by printed guide at E392.A25 1994.
   The papers cover the most important years of Harrison's public career:  1800-1812, Governor of the Indiana Territory; 1804-1805, Governor of the District of Louisiana; 1812-1814, Commander of the US Northwest Army, War of 1812.  This edition of the Papers comprises annotated transcriptions of more than 3,600 documents, many of them never before published.
Mic  microfm E392.A25 1994.
Harrison, William Henry/ Governors—Indiana—Archives/ Indians of North America—Wars—1750-1815—Sources/ Northwest, Old—History—1775-1865—Sources/ Indiana—Politics and government—Sources.

100.  William Henry Harrison papers [microform]. William Henry 1773-1841 Harrison 3 reels . Washington: Library of Congress, 1958.
At head of title: Presidential papers microfilm. Microfilm of ms. collection in the Library of Congress. Accompanied by "Index" (viii, 10 p. 29 cm.) at E392.U5.
Microfm E233 Mic.
Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841—manuscripts.

101.  [The Draper collection of manuscripts]. Lyman Copeland 1815-1891 Draper[1949?].
Microfilmed for the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Guide to the manuscript collection has call no. F580.5.D7H32.  Portions of this edition held by the Library almost completely complement portions of [1980?] microform edition at microfm F515 Mic.  Reel numbering of two editions do not correspond.  To locate any series, consult printed Guide to determine pressmark and series title.
           See description in preceding entry.
microfm F259 Mic.
Draper, Lyman Copeland, 1815-1891—Manuscripts/ West (U.S.)—History—To 1848—Manuscripts/ West (U.S.)—History—To 1848—Sources/ State Historical Society of Wisconsin.

102.  The Draper manuscript collection . Lyman Copeland 1815-1891 Draper. Sanford, N.C: Microfilming Corp. of America, [1980?-].
Microfilmed for the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Guide to the manuscript collection has call no. F580.5.D7H32.  Portions of this edition held by the Library almost completely complement portions of 1949 microform edition at microfm F259 Mic.  Reel numbering of two editions do not correspond.  To locate any series, consult printed guide to determine pressmark and series title.
   Comprises 500 vv. of records in a variety of formats and dates, documenting the settlement of the Trans-Allegheny West, with emphasis upon the Old Northwest and the Old Southwest, from the period of the 1740's to the War of 1812.  Collection contains many original manuscripts of early figures, including Daniel Boone, George Rogers Clark, William Preston; original military papers, including official correspondence, journals and diaries, muster rolls, order books, maps and plats; land surveys and sales records; business records.  Collection also includes many transcriptions of documents; Draper's correspondence with informants, and records of interviews, whose subjects included numerous women, Indians and blacks.
microfm F515 Mic.
Draper, Lyman Copeland, 1815-1891—Manuscripts/ West (U.S.)—History—To 1848—Manuscripts/ West (U.S.)—History—To 1848—Sources/ State Historical Society of Wisconsin.

103.  Hopedale Community books, pamphlets, serials, and manuscripts, 1821-1938. Hopedale (Mass.) Public Library 6 microfilm reels . [Ann Arbor, Mich: University Microfilms International, 1985].
Principal repository of the collection is the Bancroft Memorial Library, Hopedale, Mass. Accompanying guide has call no. Z7165.U5E74.
   "Ideal" community founded by Adin Ballou in 1841 in Mendon, Mass., based upon a solidly Christian ethos.  Community, established as as a joint stock company, grew to 300 persons, with mills, shops, and schools, collapsing in 1856 due to a moral and economic decline.  Papers include minutes and records of the Community; 9 periodicals; and books, pamphlets, tracts, and broadsides printed by and about the Hopedale Community.
microfm HX130 Mic.
Hopedale Community—History—Sources.

104.  Shaker manuscripts.  6 rolls of microfilm . Pittsfield, MA: Hancock Shaker Village, 2002.
Guide to Bound Shaker Manuscripts in the Library Collection of Hancock Shaker Village [with] Guide to Unbound Shaker Manuscripts in the Library Collection of Hancock Shaker Village.
Mic microfm  BX9759.S535 2002.
Shakers — History — Sources.

105.  The Shaker Collection of the Western Reserve Historical Society:  Manuscripts [microform]. Western Reserve Historical Society 123 reels . Glen Rock, N.J: Microfilming Corp. of America, 1976.
Accompanying guide to the collection on microfilm has call no. Z7845.S5W52.
           Collection documents all aspects of American Shaker individual and communal life from the 1780s to the 1920s.  Manuscripts include official documents, correspondence, financial records, journals, testimonies and sermons, music, photographs, and inspired writings by Shaker visionaries who communicated with deceased members.
microfm BX457 Mic.
Shakers—Archives/ Shakers—United States—History—Sources.

106.  Moravian mission records among the North American Indians:  from the archives of the Moravian Church, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Moravian Church in America. Northern Province. Archives 40 microfilm reels . New Haven, Conn.: Research Publications, 1970.
Includes some text in German.  Index and guide published separately.  Microfilm of ms.  Title on boxes: Moravian mission among the Indians.
   "The present basis of arrangement is the work of Carl John Fliegel."  Index to the records by C. J. Fliegel has call no. BV2778.F62.  Printed guide to records has call no. BV2778.B56.
microfm BV94 Mic.
Moravian Church in America—Northern Province—Archives/ Moravian Church in America—Northern Province—Archives/ Moravian Indians— Missions—Sources/ Indians of North America—Missions—Sources.

107.  [Manuscript journal, 1854?-1858]. John M. Peck.
Original in the library of the Historical Commission, Southern Baptist Convention?
   "Pub. no. 738." Journal describing Peck's ministry in former Illinois Territory, biographical data on colleagues, subscription lists of periodicals, financial accounts, and events.  Pioneer Baptist missionary, educator, author, editor, pastor; co-founded the Baptist Missionary Society.
microfm BX198 Mic.
Peck, John Mason, — 1789-1858/ Missions — United States/ Baptists — Missions — United States/ Frontier and pioneer life — Illinois.

108.  Journal, 1803-1817. Luther 1783-1836 Rice.
Manuscript material microfilmed by Historical Commission, Southern Baptist Convention, Nashville, Tennessee.
   Rice:  Baptist clergyman, promoter of missionary work, a founder of Columbia College (now George Washington University).
microfm BX220.
Rice, Luther, 1783-1836/ Baptists—United States.

109.  Texas Mexican Mission, 1841-1947 conference journals .United Methodist Church (U.S.) Commission on Archives and History 3 reels . Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources, 1978.
General Commission on Archives and History of the United Methodist Church.
Mic  microfm BX8248.T49T4 1841.
Methodist Episcopal Church—Texas Mexican Mission.

110.  Conference journals, New Mexico mission, 1876-1939.  3 reels . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 1978.
Prepared by William C. Beal, United Methodist Church (U.S.). Commission on Archives and History.
   "Microfilmed by: Commission on Archives & History, the United Methodist Church, Lake Junaluska, North Carolina.  Contents:  Roll 1. Minutes of the New Mexico Mission, Methodist Episcopal Church, 1876-1884 — Minutes of the New Mexico Spanish Mission, Methodist Episcopal Church, 1885-1891 — Minutes of the New Mexico Spanish Mission Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, 1892-1914 — Minutes of the New Mexico English Mission, Methodist Episcopal Church, 1885-1914. Roll 2. Minutes of the New Mexico Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, 1915-1927 — Minutes of the New Mexico Conference, Church of the United Brethren in Christ, 1914-1928.  Roll 3. Minutes of the New Mexico Methodist Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church South, 1890-1939.
microfm BX8237.C664 1978.
Methodist Episcopal Church. New Mexico English Mission. Session — History/ Methodist Episcopal Church — New Mexico — History/ Methodist Episcopal Church, South. New Mexico Conference — History/ Church of the United Brethren in Christ (New Constitution) — New Mexico — History/ Methodist Church — New Mexico — History/ New Mexico — Church history — Sources.

111.  Illinois and Michigan Canal records. Illinois and Michigan Canal (Ill.) 234 reels . Springfield, Ill.: Illinois State Archives.
Consists of archives of Illinois and Michigan Canal.  Records begin ca. 1830.  Originals held at Illinois State Archives, Record Series 491.
Contents:  Reels 1-2. Minutes of Meetings of the Canal Commissioners 1829-1833, 1836-1917 — reel 3. Minutes of meetings of the Canal Commissioners and Trustees 1836-1845 — reels 4-72. Letter books — reel 73. Patents and original town plats — reel 74. List of town lots sold by the Board of Canal Commissioners 1830-1843 — reels 75-77. Tract books of Canal land sales — reel 78. Construction contracts (registers) 1836-1848 — reel 79. Canal register — reel 80. Record of payments made to contractors 1936-1864 — reel 81. Abstracts of completed construction work 1838-1848 — reels 82-87. Times books — reel 88. Statistics of laborers 1837-1847 — reel 89. Supplies furnished to laborers 1846-1848, 1856-1857 — reel 90. Register of Illinois and Michigan Canal bonds 1846-1847 — reels 91-126. Boat clearances, Chicago — reels 127-144. Boat clearances, Lockport — reels 145-153. Boat clearances, Ottawa — reel 154-157. Boat clearances, Henry — reels 158-165. Boat clearances, Lasalle — reels 166-168. Boat clearances, Copperas Creek — reel 169. Certificates of boat registration 1914-1919, 1849-1919 — reels 170-174. Register of boats navigating the Illinois and Michigan Canal (1855-1932) — reel 175. Certificates of changes in boat ownership — reels 176-183. Plat/field notes of Canal property leases and adjacent property — reels 184-191. Survey and field notes — reel 192. Cook, Grundy, and Will county surveys, 1835-1861 — reel 193. Board of Commissioners to settle claims of contractors on the Illinois and Michigan Canal, Record of proceedings April 16-June 29, 1855; April 1-May 2, 1856 — reel 194. Chicago sewerage records 1865 — reel 195. Damage claims, 1843-1847 — reel 196. Register of leases 1840-1920, vol. 1. reel 197. Day book — reel 198. Illinois and Michigan Canal Memorandum Book No. 1 — reel 199. Illinois and Michigan Canal Day Book (Treasurer) — reels 200-203. Illinois and Michigan Canal Journal(s) Accounting — reels 204-206. Illinois and Michigan Canal Trustees/Commissioners — reel 207. Illinois and Michigan Canal Trustees/Commissioners - Accounting Records — reel 208. Illinois and Michigan Canal Trustees/Commissioners - Cash Books Payments — reels 209-214. Illinois and Michigan Canal Trustees/Commissioners — reel 215. Illinois and Michigan Canal Construction Accounts for Divisions 3 and 2, 1847-1848 — reel 216. Illinois and Michigan Canal Cash Books of the Board of Trustees — reel 217. Illinois and Michigan Canal Cash Books 1855-1862 — reel 218. Illinois and Michigan Canal Notes Paid (Accounting Record) — reel 219. Illinois and Michigan Canal Trustees 1845-1852 — reel 220. Illinois and Michigan Canal Accounting Records of Canal Treasurer 1845-1871 — reel 221. Illinois and Michigan Canal Day Book Engineers Office Lockport — reel 222. Illinois and Michigan Canal Day Book 1842-1847 — reel 223. Illinois and Michigan Canal Cash for Notes Paid — reel 224. Illinois and Michigan Canal Day Book B. — reel 225. Illinois and Michigan Canal Journal 1837-1854 — reel 226. Illinois and Michigan Canal Commissioners Cash Book — reel 227. Illinois and Michigan Canal Cost of Structures — reel 228. Illinois and Michigan Canal Day Book Lockport — reel 229. Illinois and Michigan Canal Classification of Payroll Vouchers, etc. 1885-1893 — reel 230. Illinois and Michigan Canal Monthly Payments Made by General Superintendent (Trustees) — reels 231-232. Illinois and Michigan Canal Book of Classification of Accounts Commissioners — reels 233-234. Illinois and Michigan Canal No Title (Commissioners) Appears to be a record of expenses incurred to operate the canal.
Mic microfm TC625.I2A2 1998.
Illinois and Michigan Canal—sources/ Canals—Illinois.

112.  Illinois and Michigan Canal Preemption Applications, 1845-1854. Illinois and Michigan Canal (Ill.) 5 reels . Springfield, Ill.: Illinois State Archives.
Reel 1 (folder 1-201); reel 2 (fold 202-356); reel 3 (folder 357-521); reel 4 (folder 522-741); reel 5 (index).
Mic microfm TC625.I2A2 1998.
Illinois and Michigan Canal—sources/ Canals—Illinois—sources.

113.  McClaughry and Tyler records, 1838-1915 ; Fountain Green, Illinois, General Store ledger.
W microfmW331721.
Illinois — retailing — sources.

114.  Journals, ledgers, memo books, 1808-1825. Luther 1783-1836 Rice.
Manuscript material microfilmed by Historical Commission, Southern Baptist Convention, Nashville, Tennessee.
   Rice:  Baptist clergyman, promoter of missionary work, a founder of Columbia College (now George Washington University).
microfm BX219.
Rice, Luther, 1783-1836/ Baptists—United States.

115.  [Papers of the Company's agent at Mackinaw] 1817-66. American Fur Company 3 reels .
Original in Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library.
   For full description and calendar, see American Historical Association, Annual Report, 1944, v. 2-3, call no. E172.A6 1944 v. 2-3.  See related materials at microfm HD61 Mic and microfm HD62 Mic.
microfm HD60 Mic.
American Fur Company/ fur trade—North America—sources.

116.  [Papers. 1831-49]. American Fur Company 37 reels .
Original in New York Historical Society.
   For full description and calendar, see American Historical Association, Annual Report, 1944, v. 2-3, call no. E172.A6 1944 v. 2-3.  Guide to use of [the] microfilm copy of the American Fur Company papers. [New York:  New York Historical Society, 1953 ?].  5 p.  At call no. HD9944.U54A51A4.  See related materials at microfm HD60 Mic and microfm HD62 Mic.
microfm HD61 Mic.
American Fur Company/ fur trade—North America—sources.

117.  [Papers in the Public Archives of Canada. 1817-34]. American Fur Company 2 reels .
Original in Public Archives, Ottawa.
   For full description and calendar, see American Historical Association, Annual Report, 1944, v. 2-3, call no. E172.A6 1944 v. 2-3.  See related materials at microfm HD60 Mic and microfm HD61 Mic.
    Contents: — reel 1. Journal, Michilimackinac, 1817-23. — Same, 1827-32. — Blotter (Montreal and Michilimackinac, 1817-Aug. 1819. — reel 2.  Blotter, continued. Aug. 12, 1819-Oct. 6, 1816. — Ledger, June 1827-Oct. 1834. — Ledger, Apr. 1817-Sept. 1834. — Invoices outward, Aug. 1830-May 1834.
microfm HD62 Mic.
American Fur Company/ fur trade—North America—sources.

118.  Papers of Nicholas Biddle, 1681-1933 . Nicholas 1786-1844 Biddle 46 reels . Washington: Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, [1950?].
   Originals:  29 feet (ca. 15,000 items).  Financier.  Correspondence, letter books, account book, writings, etc., together with family papers.  Bulk is dated during Biddle's presidency of the Bank of the United States.  Others relate to his student life at Princeton, position as secretary of American legation in Paris, membership in Pennsylvania legislature, etc.  Described in Handbook of manuscripts in the Library of Congress, 1918, pp. 540-41.
microfm E170 Mic.
Biddle, Nicholas, 1786-1844.

119.  Papers [Microfilm]. Series I-II. Andrew 1767-1845 Jackson 156 v. on 78 reels . Washington: Library of Congress, [1950?].
Microform supplement at Microfm E337.8.J32 1986 Mic.  Printed guide and index to the microfilm editions of the papers at E337.8.J32P36.
   Microfilm copy of manuscript material in the Library of Congress. Reel 1-60, 1st ser., v. 1-119, Papers, 1775-1860 and undated;   reel 61-64, Letters and orders;  reel 65-70, Military papers.— Reel 1-4, 2nd ser., 1779-1855.
Microfm E236 Mic.
United States—Politics and government—1829-1837—sources/ Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845—Correspondence/ Presidents—United States—Correspondence.

120.  The papers of Andrew Jackson, 1770-1845 : a microfilm supplement. Andrew 1767-1845 Jackson, editor,  Harold D. Moser. 39 microfilm reels . Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1986.
Includes index.  Supplements Series I-II of Papers, at Microfm E236 Mic.  Printed guide and index to the microfilm editions at E337.8.J32P36.
Microfm E337.8.J3 1986 Mic.
United States—Politics and government—1829-1837—Sources/ Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845—Correspondence/ Presidents—United States—Correspondence.

121.  Papers of Martin Van Buren [microform]. Martin 1782-1862 Van Buren 64 v. on 31 reels . Washington: Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, [1950?].
   Calendar of the papers of Martin Van Buren at E387.1.U5.
Microfm E161 Mic.
Van Buren, Martin, 1782-1862—Sources/ United States.  President (1837-1841 : Van Buren).

122.  Papers [microform]. John Tyler 3 reels . Washington: Library of Congress, 1959.
"Papers of John Tyler were destroyed in the Richmond fire of 1865. Dr. Lyon Gardiner Tyler assembled most of the materials which appear on this microfilm." Index at E397.U5.
Microfm E246 Mic.
Tyler, John, 1790-1862—Sources/ United States—History—1815-1861—Sources/ United States.  President (1841-1845 : Tyler).

123.  James K. Polk papers [microform]. James Knox 1795-1849 Polk 165 v. on 52 reels . Presidential Papers Microfilm. Washington: Library of Congress, [1955?].
    Papers in the Manuscript division of the Library of Congress.  Consists of correspondence (132 v.), diaries (25 v.) letterbooks  and other papers in 11 series. Ser.1. Diaries, 1845-49 — Ser.2. General correspondence and  related items, 1775-1849 — Ser.3. Additional correspondence and  related materials, 1826-49 — Ser.4. Letter press copy books,  1845-49 — Ser.5. Messages and speeches, 1833-49 — Ser.6. Notes  in Polk's handwriting and executive record book, ca. 1831-47 and  undated — Ser.7. Accounts and memoranda books, ca. 1820-49 —  Ser.8. Miscellaneous, 1827-83 — Ser.9. Sarah C. Polk papers,  1838-91 — Ser.10. Printed matter — Ser.11. Omitted  correspondence, 1811-49.  
Microfm E215 Mic.
Polk, James Knox, 1795-1849/ United States—Politics and government—1845-1849.

124.  Papers [microform]. Zachary Taylor 2 reels . Washington: Library of Congress, 1958.
Index at E422.1.U5.
Microfm E232 Mic.
Taylor, Zachary, 1784-1850—Sources/ United States President (1849-1850 : Taylor)/ United States—History—1849-1877—Sources.

125.  Microfilm edition of the Millard Fillmore papers. Millard Fillmore, editor,  Lester W Smith. 68 microfilm reels . Buffalo, N.Y: Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society and State University College at Oswego, New York, 1975.
Microfilm copy of guide at beginning of reel 1. Sponsored by the National Historical Publication Commission.
microfm E427.A4 1975 Mic.
Fillmore, Millard/ United States—History—1849-1877—Sources/ United States—Politics and government—1815-1861—Sources.

126.  Papers . Franklin 1804-1869 Pierce 7 reels . Presidential Papers Microfilm. Washington: Library of Congress, 1959.
Index has call number E432.U58.
   At head of title: Presidential papers microfilm.  reel 1. ser. 1: Diary. May 27-Aug. 1, 1847; ser. 2: General correspondence. 1838-1853 — reel 2. ser. 3: Additional correspondence. 1854-1863 — reel 3. ser. 2: General correspondence. 1864-1868; ser. 3: Additional correspondence.  1820-1842 — reel 4. ser. 3: Additional correspondence. 1843-1852, July 10 — reel 5. ser 3: Additional correspondence. 1852, July 11-1858, April — reel 6. ser. 3: Additional correspondence. 1858, July-1869; ser. 4: Miscellaneous correspondence. 1838-1869 — reel 7. ser. 5: Messages to Congress. 1853-1856.
Microfm E247 Mic.
Pierce, Franklin, 1804-1869—Archives/ Pierce, Franklin, 1804-1869—Correspondence/ Presidents—United States—Archives/ Presidents—United States—Biography/ United States—History—Sources/ United States—Politics and government—Sources.

127.  James Buchanan papers at Historical Society of Pennsylvania. James Buchanan 60 reels . [Philadelphia: Historial Society of Pennsylvania, 1974].
Microfilm of ms. collection. Sponsored by the National Historical Publications Commission.  Printed guide:  Guide to the microfilm edition of the James Buchanan Papers / Lucy Fisher West, editor, at E337.8.B9 1974 Index.
   20,000 items.  Buchanan's public life extended from Monroe's administration to 1861, serving as U. S. Representative, Senator, Minister to Russia and Great Britain, and Secretary of State prior to serving as president. 
microfm E337.8.B9 1974 Mic.
Buchanan, James/ Historical Society of Pennsylvania/ United States. National Historical Publications Commission.

128.  Papers of James Buchanan and Harriet L. Johnston. James Buchanan, and Harriet Lane Johnston 4 microfilm reels . [Washington, D.C.]: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1977.
"Mss. 16,968." Includes index: reel 1.
   Supplemental to principal collection of Buchanan papers at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania at microfm E337.8.B9 1974 Mic. 
microfm E337.8.B9 1977 Mic .
Buchanan, James/ Presidents—United States—Correspondence/ United States—Politics and government—1815-1861—Sources.

129.  Fifth census of the United States, 1830, Illinois. United States.  Fifth census. 4 reels . United States National Archives; Microfilm Publications, M-19.   Washington, D. C.: National Archives, 1946.
Microfilm of the original Federal population census schedules.
   See online source: HeritageQuest at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://www.heritagequestonline.com/
Mic microfm J92 M19.
United States — Census, 5th, 1830/ Virginia — Census, 1830/ Virginia — Population.

130.  Census, 1850 [Census enumerators' records.  District of Columbia.  Agriculture, manufacturing and social statistics.  1850] . 1850 United States.  Census Office.  7th census[1949].
Original mss. in Duke University Library, Durham, N. C.  On the same reel are similar records of the 8th and 9th census.
   See online source: HeritageQuest at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://www.heritagequestonline.com/
microfm HA10 Mic.
United States—Census, 1850.

131.  Census, 1850 [Census enumerators' records. Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana and Tennessee] . 1850 United States.  Census Office.  7th census 20 reels [1949].
Original mss. in Duke University Library, Durham, N. C.
           Contents:  Reel 1-4, Georgia.—Reel 5-11, Kentucky.—Reel 12-13, Louisiana.—Reel 14-20, Tennessee.
   See online source: HeritageQuest at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://www.heritagequestonline.com/
microfm HA10 Mic.
United States—Census, 1850.

132.  Census, 1860 [Census enumerators' records. Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana and Tennessee]. 1860 United States.  Census Office.  8th census 21 reels [1949].
Original mss. in Duke University Library, Durham, N. C.
           Contents:  Reel 1-4, Georgia.—Reel 5-11, Kentucky.—Reel 12-13, Louisiana.—Reel 14-20, Tennessee.  Reel 21—Halifax Co., Va.
   See online source: HeritageQuest at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://www.heritagequestonline.com/
microfm HA11 Mic.
United States—Census, 1860.

133.  Census, 1860 [Census enumerators' records.  Illinois.  Cook county.  1860] . 1860 United States.  Census Office.  8th census 6 rolls . Washington, DC: US. National Archives, [n.d.].
   Chicago area.
   See online source: HeritageQuest at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://www.heritagequestonline.com/
microfm HA730.C5U55 1860a Mic.
United States—Census, 1860/ Cook County (Ill.)—Census, 8th, 1860.

134.  [Census enumerators' records]. 1870. Census 1870 United States.  Bureau of the Census.  Ninth census 55 microfilm reels . National Archive Microfilm Publication M593.
   Library holds:  Alabama (45 reels) — DeSoto Co., MI (1 reel) — Hinds Co., MI (1 reel) — Davidson Co., TN (2 reels) — Nashville, TN (1 reel) — Knox Co., TN (1 reel) — Shelby Co., TN (2 reels) — Memphis, TN (2 reels).
   See online source: HeritageQuest at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://www.heritagequestonline.com/
microfm J92 M-593 Mic.
United States—Census, 1870.

135.  [Census enumerators' records]. 1880. Census 1880 United States.  Bureau of the Census.  Tenth census 46 microfilm reels . National Archive Microfilm Publication T-9.
   Library holds:  Alabama (35 reels) — Covington, DeSoto Co., MI (1 reel) — Hancock, Harrison Co., MI (1 reel) — Hinds Co., MI (1 reel) — Davidson Co., TN (2 reels) — Knox Co., TN (2 reels) — Shelby Co., TN (2 reels) — Memphis, TN (2 reels).
   See online source: HeritageQuest at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://www.heritagequestonline.com/
microfm J92 T-9 Mic.
United States—Census, 1880.

136.  Index to the 8th (1860) census of the U.S. Ronald V. Jackson 289 microfiches . Salt Lake City, UT: Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1995.
   See online source: HeritageQuest at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://www.heritagequestonline.com/
Mic  microfc HA201 1860 .J335.
United States—Census, 8th, 1860.

137.  Records of ante-bellum southern plantations from the Revolution through the Civil War.  General Editor,  Kenneth M. Stampp. 702  reels . Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1985-.
Accompanying guide to the collection on microfilm has call no. E441.G92.
   Extremely large collection of manuscripts originating on southern plantations, dating from the mid-17th century to the end of the Civil War.  Includes financial records, diaries, journals, records of slaves, correspondence and all sorts of personal papers of planters and their families.  Information on every aspect of material culture and daily life.  Important source for information on life of slaves, management of slave labor, slave medical accounts, relations between master and slaves, black churches.  Because their origin in plantation activities, these records are particularly valuable for documenting the lives of the planter elite that dominated much of the antebellum South. — Series A:  South Caroliniana Library (41 reels). — Part 1: Papers of James Henry Hammond, 1795-1865, planter and secessionist leader in the U.S. Senate (15 reels). — Part 2:  Includes papers of rice plantations, lowcountry cotton plantations, and upcountry and piedmont plantations (26 reels). — Series B:  S. C. Historical Society.  Emphasis on Charleston district (10 reels). — Series C:  Library of Congress. — Part 1: Virginia planters (8 reels). — Part 2: Two S. C. attorneys and others (5 reels). — Series D:  Maryland Historical Society.  Includes 18th C. records, and records of plantations with fewer than 10 slaves (14 reels). — Series E: Univ. of Va. Library.  Records of plantations prior to closing of slave trade; Berkeley family papers, from 1653 to 1865; Southside Va. planters (39 reels). — Series F:  Duke Univ. Library.  Includes records of C. C. Clay and Henry Watson of Alabama; papers of plantations of "rice barons" of low-country S. C. and Ga.; records of upper South plantations (84 reels). — Series G:  University of Texas Library.  Papers of Perry family, migrating with Austin party (44 reels); Massie papers, remarkably full records in 188 vv. of plantation affairs, 1820 to 1865 (45 reels). — Series H:  Tulane University Library and Louisana State Museum.  Includes records of two free black slaveholders, and records documenting New Orleans' development (30 reels). — Series I:  Louisiana State Univ.  Records of sugar barons' plantations; cotton culture of lower Mississippi, including Natchez area (47 reels). — Series J:  Southern Historical Collection.  Large and diverse selection, including records of plantations in tobacco culture of N.C., Tenn., and Ky., Ruffin papers of Va., etc. (171 reels).
microfm E381 Mic.
Slave records—Southern States/ Plantation owners—Southern States—Correspondence/ Plantation life—Southern States—Sources/ Southern States—History—1775-1865—Sources/ Southern States—Genealogy.

138.  Papers and correspondence, 1790-1823. Robert Goodloe 1765-1835 Harper.
           Harper was attorney; influential Federalist; Congressman from S. C.; and later U. S. Senator from Maryland.  Member of Maryland State Colonization Society, and led the movement to settle former slaves in Liberia.  Contents:  Misc. letters, 1790-1823; printed letters, 1796-1801.
Microfm E144 Mic.
Harper, Robert Goodloe, 1765-1825.

139.  Papers of Robert F. W. Allston papers. Robert F. W. Allston, and South Carolina Historical Society 476 microfiches . Spartanburg, S.C: Reprint Co, 1985.
Includes: shelf list, index, calendar and author's biography. The original manuscripts are owned by the South Carolina Historical Society.
   Alston, 1801-1864, was a West Point cadet, Georgetown Co. rice planter, S. C. surveyor general, S.C. legislator, S.C. governor, and planter.  Papers include account books and papers dealing with his plantations, family; Indian fighting in west, settlement of slaveowners in Kansas, etc. Extensive materials dealing with his plantations and slaves.  Also papers of other family members, 1732-1896.
Mic microfcF 20.
Plantation life—South Carolina—History—Sources/ Rice—Planting/ Slaves—South Carolina—History—Sources.

140.  Manigault papers, 1750-1900.  100 microfiches . Spartanburg, S.C: Reprint Company, 1985.
The original manuscripts are owned by the South Carolina Historical Society. Includes the calendar of the Manigault family papers.
   Calendar reproduced on fiches 1-3.  Papers include correspondence, plantation records, etc. 
Mic microfcF 22.
Manigault family/ Plantation life—South Carolina—History—Sources/ Rice—Planting/ Slaves—South Carolina—History—Sources.

141.  Hammond papers, 1823-75. James Henry 1807-1865 Hammond 20 reels .
Originals in Library of Congress, Manuscript Division.
   10 ft (ca. 5000 items).  Governor of South Carolina, and U. S. Senator.  Correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, account books, plantation manuals.  Materials on state and national politics in the decades leading to the Civil War.  Subjects include states rights, slavery, state banks, Nashville Convention of 1850, secession, nullification, tariff.  Described in Handbook of Manuscripts in the Library of Congress (1918), p. 159-160.
microfm E128 Mic.
Hammond, James Henry, 1807-1864.

142.  Ball papers, 1631-1891. South Carolina Historical Society 52 microfiches . Spartanburg, S.C: Reprint Co, 1985.
Original manuscripts are owned by the South Carolina Historical Society.
   Inventory included.  Papers include correspondence, estate papers, slave registers, account books.
Mic microfcF 21.
Ball family/ Plantation life—South Carolina—History—Sources/ Rice—Planting/ Slaves—South Carolina—History—Sources.

143.  Chesnut, Miller, Manning papers.  115 microfiches . Spartanburg, S.C: Reprint Co, 1985.
Includes shelf list, index and calendar. The original manuscripts are owned by the South Carolina Historical Society.
   James Chesnut, Jr., 1815-1885, US Senator, Camden, S. C. planter, and Confederate military aide.  Collection includes military, political, family, and plantation letters, receipts, and other papers.  James Chesnut, Sr., 1773-1866, Camden, S. C. planter and politician.  Political, land, and family papers and account books.  John Chesnut, 1743-1818,  Camden, S. C. merchant and planter.  Business, land, and legal papers.  John L. Manning, 1816-1889, S. C. politician and aide to General Beauregard, S.C. governor.  Political, family, and plantation papers; Civil War papers.  Stephen D. Miller, 1787-1838.  Stateburg, S. C. planter, lawyer, S. C. governor, and U.S. Senator.  Political and plantation papers and accounts.   
Mic microfcF 23.
Chesnut, James/ Miller, Stephen Decatur/ Manning, John Laurence/ Agriculture—South Carolina—History—Sources/ Plantation life—South Carolina—History—Sources/ Slaves—South Carolina—History—Sources.

144.  The John Rutledge papers in the Southern Historical Collection of the University of North Carolina Library [microform]. John 1766-1819 Rutledge 2 reels . Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Library Photographic Service, 1967.
At head of title: National Historical Publications Commission. Microfilm publication program. Microfilm (positive) of MS. collection. With this is filmed at the beginning of each reel: Guide to the microfilm edition of the John Rutledge papers. (12 p.; 23 cm.).
           663 items.  Rutledge was a lawyer, planter, and U. S. Representative from South Carolina.  Chiefly letters written to Rutledge by his friends, his brothers in Charleston, S. C., political leaders, and government officials relating to his travels in Europe and his political activities.
Microfm E356 Mic.
Rutledge, John, 1766-1819/ Politicians—United States—Correspondence/ United States—Politics and government—1783-1865—Sources/ Europe—Description and travel—17th-18th centuries/ South Carolina—Politics and government—1775-1865 .

145.  Papers, 1836-60. John 1797-1869 Bell 120 items .
Original mss. in Library of Congress.
   Statesman.  Speeches and reports in US Congress; patronage in Tennessee; national politics, and Bell's candidacy for president in 1860.  Collections described in Rept of Libn. of Congress, 1907, pp. 135-136.
microfm E6 Mic.
Bell, John, 1797-1869.

146.  Papers in the Polk-Yeatman Collection in the Div. of Mss., University of North Carolina Library, 1847-61.  John 1797-1869 Bell.
See related papers in Library of Congress, films at Microfilm E6.
microfm E219 Mic.
 Bell, John, 1797-1869.

147.  The Robert Todd Lincoln collection of the papers of Abraham Lincoln 1790-1916 [microform]. Abraham 1809-1865 Lincoln 102 reels . [Washington]: Library of Congress, 1947.
Microfilm copy (positive) made by the Library of Congress of the papers in the library which comprise 194 bound volumes. The reels of the papers are numbered 1-97, the index 1-5. Reels 95-97 contain additions. The catalog entry for each document has been filmed with the document. These entries, with revisions, and with additional entries, have been filmed also as an alphabetical index. Cataloged and ed. by Charles Percy Powell and Helen Bullock. Index at E457.91 1960.
    Documents including letters, clippings, maps, pamphlets and  envelopes, arranged chronologically with a catalog card for each. The story of the collection is told by D. C. Mearns in The Lincoln papers. Reel 1-94 have title The Robert Todd Lincoln collection of papers of Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) 1790-1914. Reel 95-97 contain Additional correspondence, 1858-1865, and reel 97 contains also Miscellaneous manuscripts, 1837-1897.
Microfm E149 Mic.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.

148.  The law practice of Abraham Lincoln: complete documentary edition.  editors,  Martha L. Benner, and Cullom Davis. Version 1.0.5 ed. 3 computer optical discs, 18 p. user's manual . Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2000.
   Includes documents for more than 5,600 cases and legal matters in which Lincoln participated.  Project sponsored by Illinois Historic Preservation Agency. First publication of the Lincoln Legal Papers to document the law practice of Abraham Lincoln from 1836 to 1861.
Law Res _DVD_XXKF368.L52L39 2000, JMedia _DVD_E457.2.L39 2000.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.

149.  Lincoln at the Bar:  selected case files from the United States District and Circuit Courts, Southern District of Illinois.  7 microfilm reels; 122 case files . National Archives and Records Administration Microfilm Publications, M-1530. Washington, D. C.: 1985.
Microfilm reproduction of originals in the custody of the National Archives—Great Lakes Region, Chicago, Record Group 21.
   From records of federal district and circuit courts sitting in Springfield, Illinois, 1855-61.  Though Lincoln began legal practice in 1836, files earlier than 1855 have been lost to theft or fire.  Cases cover civil actions and a few criminal cases.
Microfm XX KF8821.I3L562 1855 Mic.
United States—District Court (Illinois : Southern District)/ United States—Circuit Court (7th Circuit)/ Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865—Archives.

150.  [Lincoln material in the McCormick historical association].
   Contents:  Facsimile ms. of speech, "Sectionalism," delivered by Lincoln, Oct. 1, 1856 — Draft of letter written by Cyrus Hall McCormick, 1860 — Typescript of interview with Fernando Jones, March 15, 1903. — Letters written by James D. Davidson.
microfm E120 Mic.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.

151.  The papers of Lyman Trumbull, 1843-1894 [microform]. Lyman 1813-1896 Trumbull 77 v. in 22 microform reels . Washington: Library of Congress.
Originals in Library of Congress, Manuscript Division.
           Ca. 4300 items.  Trumbull was Senator from Illinois, 1855-73.  Collection chiefly comprised of letters (1855-72) received by Trumbull on political matters.  Subjects include elections of 1856, 1866, and 1872, Illinois state politics, appointments and patronage, the Kansas-Nebraska Bill, secession, the Civil War, Reconstruction, the civil rights bill, and the Liberal Republican movements of 1872.
microfm E151 Mic.
Trumbull, Lyman, 1813-1896.

152.  Papers, 1813-1904 [microform]. Jeremiah S. 1810-1883 Black 73 v. on 36 reels [1948?].
   Originals in Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, comprising 17 ft (ca. 10,000 items).  Statesman.  Correspondence, ledgers, scrapbooks, and other papers relating to such subjects as the troubles in Kansas before the Civil War, John Brown's raid on Harper's Ferry, impeachment of Andrew Johnson, Crédit Mobilier, trial of Jefferson Davis, etc.  Letters to Buchanan at end of his administration, correspondence with Thomas Francis Bayard, Montgomery Blair, Caleb Cushing, James Garfield, etc.
microfm E150 Mic.
Black, Jeremiah S., 1810-1883.

153.  American journals, 1831-1868. George Townsend 1810-1886 Fox, editor,  Bernard Crick. British Records Relating to America in Microfilm. East Ardsley [Eng.]: Micro Methods.
Facsimile of the original mss.
microfm E277 Mic.
United States—Description and travel-1783-1848/ United States—Description and travel—1848-1865.

154.  [Manuscript papers] 1851?-1870? A. J. McDonald 1 reel .
Microfilmed by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
microfm F377 Mic.

155.  Manuscripts Clarendon [selected correspondence and miscellaneous papers relating to America, dated 1853-1856, addressed to Lord Clarendon, Secretary for Foreign Affairs]. Oxford.  University.  Bodleian Library.  Mss. (Clarendon) 12 reels .
Reels 1 through 8 positive; original in the Bodleian Library; negative in the University of Pennsylvania Library.  Reels 9 through 12 negative; original in the Bodleian Library.
microfm E235 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Great Britain—Sources/ Great Britain—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

156.  Records of the Confederate States of America, 1859-1872.  121 [i.e. 120] v. on 70 reels of microfilms . Washington: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1967.
v. 49 lacking.
   The records of the Confederate States of America were purchased by the U.S. in 1872 from John T.Pickett, former diplomatic agent of the Confederacy. These records, which have also been known as the 'Pickett Papers, consisting of about 18,500 pieces, span the years 1858-1872, with the bulk of the material falling in the period April 1861-1865.  Correspondence, proclamations, messages of the President, court cases, minute books, docket books, customs records, financial papers, letterbooks, orders, reports, accounts, receipts, and other records of the Confederate Dept. of State, the executive and legislative branches, Dept. of Justice, Dept. of the Treasury, Post Office Dept., War Dept., and Navy Dept. Includes Confederate constitutional documents and the James Wolcott Wadsworth collection of diplomatic correspondence and letters of Raphael Semmes. Names represented include Bolling Baker, Hamilton Prioleau Bee, Judah P. Benjamin, Micajah H. Clark, Lewis Conger, Jefferson Davis, John Forsyth, A. J. Guirot, Henry Hotze, Albino Lopez, Ambrose Dudley Mann, John Thomas Pickett, Thomas C. Reynolds, T. A. Rost, John Slidell, Alexander Hamilton Stephens, and William Lowndes Yancey. Described in Handbook of manuscripts in the Library of Congress (1918) p. 70-76.  Printed guide on order.
Mic _  microfm  _JK9665.C6 1967.
Baker, Bolling/ Bee, Hamilton Prioleau, 1822-1897/ Benjamin, Judah P. (Judah Philip), 1811-1884/ Confederate States of America—Politics and government/ Confederate States of America; Government; Department of Justice/ Confederate States of America — Government — Department of State/ Confederate States of America — Government — Post office Department/ Confederate States of America — Government — Treasury Department/ Confederate States of America —Government — War Department/ Confederate States of America — Navy Department/ Conger, Lewis/ Forsyth, John, 1812-1877/ Guirot, A. J./ Hotze, Henry, 1834-1887/ Lopez, Albino/ Mann, Ambrose Dudley, 1801-1889/ Pickett, John Thomas, 1822-1884/ The Pickett papers/ Rost, T. A./ Semmes, Raphael, 1809-1877/ Slidell, John, 1793?-1871/ Stephens, Alexander Hamilton, 1812-1883/ Wadsworth, James W. (James Wolcott), 1846-1926/ Yancey, William Lowndes, 1814-1863.

157.  Foreign Office confidential print, North American Civil War. Great Britain. Public Record Office 32 microcards . London: HMSO, 1962.
See letterpress Confidential Print, North America, Civil War Years, JX632.B7460 1986 v. 5-6.
   F.O. 414/17-21, 26, 29, 31.
microcard DA4 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Great Britain/ Great Britain—Foreign relations—United States.

158.  Documents from the records of the Department of State now in the National Archives relating to Henry B. Adams, 1863-1865. Henry 1838-1918 Adams.
microfm E1 Mic.
Adams, Henry, 1838-1918.

159.  [Letters to George Bancroft, Francis Parkman, and Charles Deane, 1874-1887; and a letter from Brooks Adams to Charles Deane, 1885]. Henry 1838-1918 Adams.
   Original mss. in Mass. Historical Society.
microfm J2a Mic.
Adams, Henry, 1838-1918/ Bancroft, George/ Parkman, Francis/ Deane, Charles/ Adams, Brooks.

160.  [Letters to Worthington C. Ford.  1886-1898]. Henry 1838-1918 Adams.
Original mss. in Mss. Div. of New York Public Library.
   Ford was a government statistian and educator, 1858-1941.
microfm E2 Mic.
Adams, Henry, 1838-1918/ Ford, Worthington C.

161.  Papers [microform]. Andrew 1808-1875 Johnson 55 reels . Presidential Papers Microfilm. Washington: The Library of Congress, 1960.
Printed index at call no. E415.7.J68U6 1963.
Microfm E241 Mic.
Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875/ United States—History—1849-1877—Sources.

162.  The papers of Ulysses S. Grant. Ulysses S. 1822-1885 Grant 32 reels . Washington: Library of Congress, [1965].
Master microform held by: DLC. Index at E672.U5 1965.
   "The collection consists of correspondence, speeches and  writings, legal papers, a small segment of financial papers,  printed matter, and miscellany." A register with reel list appears on reel 1.  
microfm E291 Mic.
Grant, Ulysses S, 1822-1885/ United States—History—Civil War, 1861-1865—Campaigns/ United States—Politics and government—1869-1877/ Presidents—United States—Manuscripts.

163.  Selections from the Rutherford B. Hayes papers in the Hayes Memorial relating to the election of 1876 . Rutherford Birchard 1822-1893 Hayes 5 reels . [Fremont, Ohio]: The Rutherford B. Hayes Library, [1876].
Index at E682.O398.
Microfm E116 Mic.
Hayes, Rutherford Birchard, 1822-1893—archives.

164.  Papers [1843-1938]. Chester Alan Arthur 3 reels . Washington: Library of Congress, 1959.
   Microform of papers and photocopies in the Library of Congress. Index has call no. E692.U6.  Supplementary collection at microfm E92.A78 1996 Mic.
microfm E245 Mic.
United States—History—1865-1898—Sources/ United States.  President (1881-1885 : Arthur).

165.  Additional papers of Chester A. Arthur, 1846-1960. Chester Alan Arthur 7 reels . Washington, D.C: Scholarly Resources, [n. d.].
   Collection documents political afairs in the State of New York prior to Arthur's election to national office.  Supplements core Library of Congress Arthur collection at call no.: microfm E244 Mic.
microfm E692.A78 1996 Mic.
United States—History—1865-1898—Sources/ United States.  President (1881-1885 : Arthur).

166.  Grover Cleveland papers [microform]. Grover 1837-1908 Cleveland 164 reels . Presidential Papers Microfilm. Washington [D.C.]: Library of Congress, 1958.
Index at E695.U58.
microfm E248 Mic.
Cleveland, Grover,1837-1908/ United States—Politics and government—1885-1889—Sources/ United States—Politics and government—1893-1897—Sources/ United States—History—1865-1921—Sources/ Presidents—United States—Archives.

167.  Papers Ser. 1-16 . Benjamin 1833-1901 Harrison 151 reels . Washington: Library of Congress, 1964.
At the head of t.p.: Presidential Papers Microfilm. Collation of the original as determined from the film: 387 vols. & 121 manuscript boxes. Index at E701.U5.
           Contents:  Ser. 1.  General correspondence and related material, 1787-1912.—Ser. 2.  Additional correspondence and related items, 1853-1909.—Ser. 3.  Letter press copy book, 1880-1892.—Ser. 4.  Telegrams, 1888-1896.  Ser. 5.  Social, 1189-1892.—Ser. 6.  Shorthand notebooks, 1884-1901.—Ser. 7.  Record of letters received at the White House, 1889-1893.—Ser. 8.  Speeches, 1878-1901.—Ser. 9.  Writings, 1895-1897.—Ser. 10.  Legal instruments, 1852-1898.—Ser. 11.  Legal cases and firm letter press copy books, ca. 1855-1900.—Ser. 12.  Financial, 1836-1900.—Ser. 13. Venezuela boundary dispute, 1895-1899.—Ser. 14.  Miscellaneous manuscripts, 1814-1901.—Ser. 15.  Volwiler collections of Harrisoniana, 1850-1938.—Ser. 16.  Scrapbooks, 1853-1908.  Ser. 17-20 are not filmed.
microfm E283 Mic.
Harrison, Benjamin, President U. S., 1833-1901—Manuscripts/ United States President, 1889-1893 (Benjamin Harrison).

168.  William McKinley papers .  William 1843-1901 McKinley 98 microfilm reels . Presidential Papers Microfilm. Washington [D.C.]: Library of Congress, 1961.
Index at E711.5.U5 1963 RR.
Microfm E281 Mic.
United States President (1897-1901 : McKinley)/ McKinley, William, 1843-1901/ United States—Politics and government—1897-1901—Sources/ United States—History—1865-1898—Sources/ Presidents—United States—Archives.

169.  Papers . Theodore 1858-1919 Roosevelt 485 reels . Presidential Papers Microfilm. Washington, D. C.: Library of Congress, 1967.
Index at E757.U58 1969.
microfm E 329 Mic.
Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.

170.  Woodrow Wilson papers . Woodrow 1856-1924 Wilson 540 microfilm reels . Presidential Papers Microfilm. Washington: Library of Congress, 1973.
Microfilm of ms. collection in the Library of Congress. Index to collection on microfilm has call no. E661.W76U58 1973.
   The Woodrow Wilson Papers are arranged in 19 series:
Series 1.  Diaries and diary material, 1876-1924. — Series 2.  Family and general correspondence, 1850-1924. — Series 3.  Letterbooks, 1913-21. — Series 4.  Executive Office File, 1913-1921. — 5.  Peace Conference correspondence and documents, 1914-1921. — 6.  Peace Conference documents, 1918-21.  Series 7.  Speeches, writings, and academic material, 1875-1923.  Series 8.  Financial material, 1864-1927.  Series 9.  Scrapbooks, 1873-1944.  Series 10.  Social records, 1875-1924.  Series 11.  Woodrow, Axson, and Wilson family material.  Series 12.  Misc. documents, 1826-1928.  Series 13-19.  Oversize material, Princeton miscellany, photographs, misc. shorthand material, etc.
microfm E660.W75 Mic.
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924.

171.  Calvin Coolidge papers . Calvin 1872-1933 Coolidge 190 reels . Presidential Papers in Microfilm. Washington: Library of Congress, 1959.
Microfilm of ms. collection in the Library of Congress and of photocopies of related papers. Index at E792.U5 1965 RR.
microfm E289 Mic.
Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933—Manuscripts.

172.  Letters sent by the Commissioner of Education, 1870-1909 . United States.  Office of Education 71 reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications M635. Washington: National Archives, 1965.
   August 10, 1870-June 9, 1909.
Microfm J92 M-635 Mic.
Education—United States.

173.  Papers of John D. Rockefeller, Sr [microform]. John D. 1839-1937 Rockefeller, editor,  Glenn Porter. 66 microfilm reels . Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1991.
"Microfilmed from the holdings of the Rockefeller Archive Center." Accompanied by printed reel guide, with call no. CT275.S5 1992. Includes indexes.
           Rockefeller was industrialist, founder of Standard Oil, philanthropist.  Collection comprises papers covering the years of his rise, 1877-1894.  Collection is organized in four parts.  Part 1:  Business correspondence, 1877-1893 (13 reels).  Primarily Standard Oil materials: oil production, refining, sales, financing, transportation, structure of firm, information on competitors.  Bulk deals with operations in New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, but activity in 36 other states, Canada, Mexico, Russia, and Europe also discussed.  Part 2: Business investments correspondence, 1881-1893 (10 reels).  Documentation on Rockefeller's investments beyond Standard Oil, including Minnesota iron properties, railroad securities, New York and Cleveland real estate.  Detailed proposals from those who sought his participation in investments. Part 3:  Office correspondence, 1879-1894 (42 reels).  Relates chiefly to philanthropy and family matters.  Requests for financial support for religious organizations, temperance work, educational instutitutions (included are materials documenting the founding and early history of the University of Chicago), and individuals.  Frederick Gates as part of Rockefeller organization, and the evolution of corporate philanthropy.  Part 4:  Index to the John D. Rockefeller Letterbooks at the Rockefeller Archive Center (1 reel).  A guide to the 394 letterbook volumes, spanning the period 1867-1918.
microfm CT275.R750 Mic.
Rockefeller, John D., 1839-1937—Correspondence/ Industrialists—United States—Correspondence/ Philanthropists—United States—Correspondence/ Standard Oil Company—History/ Rockefeller Archive Center.

174.  The papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony [microform]. Elizabeth Cady 1815-1902 Stanton, and Susan B. 1820-1906 Anthony 45 microfilm reels .
   For full description, see section on Women and Gender Studies.
microfm HQ1413.S67A2 1991 Mic.

175.  The papers of Carrie Chapman Catt . Carrie Chapman 1859-1947 Catt 18 microfilm reels + 1 register [15 pages] .
   For full description, see section on Women and Gender Studies.
Mic  microfm HQ1413.C3A2 1978.

176.  The Emma Goldman papers:  a microfilm edition. Emma 1869-1940 Goldman 69 microfilm reels .
   For full description, see section on Women and Gender Studies.
microfm HX843.7.G65A2 1990 Mic.

177.  The Jane Addams papers, 1860-1960.  Correspondence. Jane 1860-1935 Addams 19 microfilm reels .
   For full description, see section on Women and Gender Studies.
microfm HV33 Microfilm.

178.  Women's suffrage in Wisconsin.  Part 2, The papers of Ada Lois James, 1816-1952. Ada Lois 1876-1952 James 24 microfilm reels .
   For full description, see section on Women and Gender Studies.
Microfm JK1899.J35A3 1990 Mic.

179.  Papers of Sophonisba P. Breckinridge (1866-1948). Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge 37 microfilm reels . [Washington, D.C.]: Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service, 1981.
"The papers of Sophonisba P. Breckinridge, comprising containers 739-778 of the Breckinridge family papers deposited at the Library of Congress.".
   Breckinridge was a major scholar, activist, and reformer in the area of social service administration, and professor at the University of Chicago through 1933.  She was particularly involved in the areas of juvenile deliquency, juvenile court legislation, and welfare administration.  Notable correspondents represented in her papers include Jane Addams, Alben W. Barkley, Ernest H. Gruening, Cordell Hull, Harold Ickes, Frances Perkins, Franklin Roosevelt,  and Fred M. Vinson.
Mic  microfm HV28.A2B73 1981.
 Breckinridge, Sophonisba Preston/ Breckinridge family/ Social reformers—United States.

180.  The papers of W.E.B. Du Bois, 1803-1965 [microfilm]. W. E. B. 1877-1963 Du Bois 89 microfilm reels . Sanford, N.C: Microfilming Corp. of America, 1980.
Accompanying guide to the microfilm edition has call no. E185.97.D8M2.
           Papers of first black sociologist, a founder of Niagara Movement, leader of NAACP, prolific historian and author, eventually a proponent of black separatism.  Papers include correspondence with many important figures of his era.
microfm E372 Mic.
Du Bois, W. E. B, 1868-1963/ Afro-Americans—Civil rights—History—Manuscripts/ Afro-Americans—History—1877-1964—Manuscripts/ United States—Race relations—Manuscripts/ Afro-Americans—Civil rights—History—Sources/ Afro-Americans—History—1877-1964—Sources/ United States—Race relations—Sources/ Manuscripts—Massachusetts—Amherst.

181.  [Du Bois papers][19—?-1951]. W. E. B. Du Bois 1 v. (various pagings); 1 microfilm reel . [Nashville, Tenn.: Fisk University Library], 1978.
See 89-reel Papers of W. E. B. DuBois, 1803-1965, at microfm E185.97.D8M2 Mic, described in  this Guide.
   Typescripts with handwritten emendations.
microfm E363 Mic.
Afro-Americans—History—Addresses, essays, lectures.

182.  Diaries, 1881-1932. Sir Horace Curzon 1854-1932 Plunkett Introduction by Bernard Crick. 8 reels . British Records Relating to America in Microform, Series B. East Ardsley [England]: 1963.
   Plunkett, an Irish statesman, lived on ranch in Wyoming from 1879 to 1889, and returned to visit US often the rest of his life.  Active in agricultural reform and promoted agricultural cooperatives both in British Isles and US.
microfm DA107 Mic.
Agriculture—United States/ United States—History—1913-1921/ Great Britain—History—19th century.

183.  Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service.  Series A, Subject correspondence files [microform].  82 microfilm reels . Research Collections in American Immigration. Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1992-.
Accompanied by printed reel guide, compiled by Randolph H. Boehm, at JV6455.G84 1994. Includes index.
   Part I:  Asian immigration and exclusion, 1906-1913 (30 reels).  Selected from central correspondence files of the Bureau of Immigration that deal with Asians.  Records document the various avenues through which Asians evaded federal inspectors to settle in America, as well as federal efforts to enforce the exclusionary laws.  Includes studies of Japanese and Chinese immigration, analyses of employment opportunities, use of strategic marriages, smuggling of immigrants across Mexican and Canadian borders.  Files document State Department relations with China and Japan on immigration questions.  Also included depositions and interrogrations of Asian immigrants, and translations of Chinese and Japanese source materials. — Part II:  Mexican immigration, 1906-1930 (17 reels).  Collection documents legal and illegal immigration from Mexico before 1910, provides sources on such topics as demand for agricultural labor and labor for rail construction, shortage of labor during World War I, refugees from Mexican revolution, etc.  Collection includes reports from immigration stations along the border, reports of interrogations of immigrants and board hearings.  Also included are files on Mexican immigrants in large northern, southwestern, and western cities, petitions from trade association, employers, and civic leaders. — Part III.  Ellis Island, 1900-1933 (18 microfilm reels).   Between 1900 and 1930 80 percent of the total number of immigrants to the United States passed through Ellis Island.  Records include reports and correspondence of inspector generals and immigration commissioners for the port of New York, providing detailed information on all aspects of administration of immigration law and policy from medical examinations and deportation policies to press relations and dealings with the city of New York.  Included are exhaustive reports by outside experts commissioned in response to allegations of corruption or mishandling of immigrants.  Materials provide details of officials' relations with currency exchanges, labor agents, common carriers, etc. —  Part IV.  European investigations, 1898-1936 (10  reels).  Surveys of activities of immigration agents and emigration societies, medical conditions, and conditions of travel.  Reports on causes of European immigration, including such issues as pograms in eastern Europe, and criminal organizations in southern Italy, as well as the laws and policies of European governments. — Part V.  Prostitution and "White Slavery," 1902-1933 (7  reels).  INS documents on policing prostitution, including excluding prostitutes as immigrants, and deporting resident alien prostitutes.  Other subjects:  coercion as an element in prostitution, male prostitution, and prostitution in Europe.
microfm JV6455.R426 1992 Mic.
United States—Immigration and Naturalization Service/ United States—Emigration and immigration—History—Sources/ United States—Emigration and immigration—Government policy—History—Sources.

184.  Subject index to correspondence and case files of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1903-52. United States. Immigration and Naturalization Service 31 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1960.
Index to materials in Record Group 085.  See T458.
Mic microfm JV6455.U65 1960.
United States—Immigration and Naturalization Service—Indexes/ United States—Emigration and immigration—Indexes/ Aliens—United States—Indexes .

185.  Records of the Women's Bureau of the Department of Labor, 1918-1965.  Part I:  Reports of the Director, major conferences, and speeches and articles .  advisory editor,  Judith Sealander. 23 reels . Research Collections in Women's Studies) (Research Collections in Labor Studies. Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1986.
Accompanied by a printed reel guide with title A guide to the microfilm edition of Records of the Women's Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor, 1918-1965.
   The Women's Bureau was a government agency mandated to investigate the conditions of women workers.  The Monthly Reports of the Director (1918-1948) summarize the bureau's activities, including lobbying and legislative consulting; the conference reports (1918-1965) cover 65 conferences sponsored by the Bureau on topics that include women and labor unions, family life, day care, women and war industry, and the ERA in the 1920's.
microfm HD6095.R42 1986 Mic.
Women—Employment—United States—History—Sources/ United States—Women's Bureau—Archives.

186.  The U.S. national economy, 1916-1981 [microform] :  unpublished documentary collections from the U.S. Department of the Treasury.  10 reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1984.
Library has Pt. 1, Wilson administration-Hoover administration, 1916-1933.  Accompanying guide to the collection on microfilm has call number HJ9.H25 1984.
   Documents role of Sec. of Treasury as President's major policy advisor and leading spokesman on economic matters.  Collection comprises press conferences, press briefings (on and off the record), press releases, speeches, and other papers.
microfm HJ9.U54 1984 Mic.
Finance, Public—United States/ United States—Economic conditions—20th Century—Sources/ United States.  Department of the Treasury.

187.  D.W. Griffith papers, 1897-1954 [microform]. D. W. 1875-1948 Griffith 36 microfilm reels . Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1982.
"Publication of the D.W. Griffith Papers was made possible through the cooperation of the Museum of Modern Art (repository of the papers), the University of Louisville, the National Historical Publications and Records Commision, and Killiam Shows Inc. . ." Accompanying guide has call no: Z6616.G74D2 1982 (Gen).
           Griffith was an important figure in the early history of motion pictures.  Collection comprises 50,000 pages documenting his career from 1897 through 1954.  Includes screenplays, scripts, cast lists, financial reports, United Artists documents, oral history transcripts .
microfm PN1998.3.G74G7 1982 Mic.
Griffith, D. W, 1875-1945/ Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.); University of Louisville.

188.  The Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., papers [microform]. Oliver Wendell 1841-1935 Holmes 72 microfilm reels . American Legal Manuscripts From the Harvard Law School Library. Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, [c1985].
Accompanied by a printed reel guide.
           Consists of about 32,000 items, mainly his correspondence, spanning the years 1861 through 1935.  Among his correspondents were Presidents Herbert Hoover, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and William Howard Taft; Supreme Court justices Brandeis, Cardozo, Frankfurter, Hughes, and Stone; and other jurists and authors including Henry Adams, Learned Hand, Henry and William James, and Roscoe Pound.
microfm XX KF8745.H6A49 1985 LawMic.
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1841-1935.

189.  Project and research files, 1913-1940 [microform]. Bureau of Social Hygiene (New York) 31 reels . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources Inc, 1980.
Accompanying guide to the collection on microfilm has call no. HV99.N5G92.
           Bureau of Social Hygiene was formed in 1913 by John D. Rockefeller, Jr., and others for "the study, amelioration, and prevention of those social conditions, crimes, and diseases which adversely affect the well-being of society."  BSH sponsored research, education, and publication in the areas of social welfare, eugenics, prostitution, vice control, narcotics, birth control, juvenile delinquency, criminology, and police organization.  Collection comprises project file, relating to studies funded by the BSH, and the director's file of correspondence and reports on research.
microfm HV172 Mic.
Bureau of Social Hygiene (New York, N.Y.)—Archives/ Rockefeller Archive Center .

190.  The Russell Sage Foundation social research and social action in America, 1907-1947. Russell Sage Foundation 379 microfiches . [Frederick, Md.]: CIS Academic Editions, 1988.
Accompanied by guide (114 p.) by D.C. Hammack, call no. HV97.R8R878 1988.
   Between 1907 and 1947 Foundation's staff conducted extensive research and issued frequent reports.  Problems examined included industrial safety, education, infant mortality, sanitation, tuberculosis, illiteracy, recreation, prisons, and the organization and distribution of social services.  In addition to reports, collection comprises minutes of the Board of Trustees, Executive Committee, and other unpublished documents.  Also included are runs of periodicals Charity Organization Bulletin and Social Case History Series, and an official history of the Foundation.
microfc HV97.R8R877 1988 Mic.
Russell Sage Foundation—History—Sources/ Charities—United States—History—Sources.

191.  Reports of the Bureau of Applied Social Research on microfiche. Columbia University Bureau of Applied Social Research 810 microfiches . New York, N.Y: Clearwater Pub. Co, 1981.
"Published in conjunction with Columbia University." Reports — Monographs — BASR Training Guides. For contents see:  Guide to the Bureau of Applied Social Research at Z7161.G91, which includes an annotated bibliography of the contents, with separate indexes to projects, titles, and authors.
   The Bureau of Applied Social Research, originally headed by Paul Lazerfeld, conducted pioneering empirical research in voting behavior, radio listenership, and consumer behavior.  Under Kingsley Davis and other directors after 1948, it broadened its scope to study population, economics, education, and international problems.  In a 1977 reorganization by its host institution, Columbia University, the bureau was superseded by the Center for the Social Sciences.  The collection includes 508 bureau reports, omitting any that have previously been published as books; 16 monographs; and six bureau training manuals. 
Mic microfc H62.R47 1981.
Social sciences—Research—United States.

192.  Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion.   Proceedings.  New York, NY: Joseph and Miriam Ratner Center for the Study of Conservative Judaism, Jewish Theological Seminary of America, [n.d.].
Unpublished manuscripts.
microfm W352111.

193.  Charles S. Peirce papers.  Charles S. Peirce 32 microfilm reels . [Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Library, Microreproduction Service with the cooperation of the Houghton Library, 1963.
The Annotated catalogue of the papers of Charles S. Peirce, which constitutes a guide to the microfilm edition, has call no. B945.P36Z7R7; The Peirce papers, a supplementary catalog by Richard S. Robin is included in the microfilm supplement (reel 31). 
   Contents:  Reels 1-30.  Papers. — Reels 31-32.  Supplement to the microfilm edition of the Charles S. Peirce papers.
microfm B945.P36A29 1963 Mic.
Philosophy.

194.  Press conferences, March 8, 1933-April 5, 1945 [microform].Franklin Delano 1882-1945 Roosevelt 25 v. on 12 reels .
Originals in Franklin Delano Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park, N. Y.
microfm E230 Mic.
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 1882-1945.

195.  The papers of Eleanor Roosevelt, 1933-1945 . Eleanor 1884-1962 Roosevelt 20 microfilm reels . Research Collections in Women's Studies. Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1986.
Microfilmed in cooperation with the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidental Library. Accompaning guide to the papers, compiled by Susan Ware has call no. E807.1R48W3 1986.
           Files for 93 corrrespondents selected to reflect four major themes of Eleanor Roosevelt's life:  soical welfare and depression relief; race relations; women in American politics; and youth activities.  Selected correspondents include Adolph A. Berle, Mary McLeod Bethune, Carrie Chapman Catt, James Farley, Lorena Hickok, Oveta Culp Hobby, Harry Hopkins, Harold Ickes, Fiorello LaGuardia, Herbert Lehman, Frances Perkins, A. Philip Randolph, Walter Reuther, Upton Sinclair, Anna Louise Strong, Rexford G. Tugwell, Henry Wallace, Roy Wilkins, Lillian Wald.
Microfm E807.1.R48A3 1986 Mic.
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962.

196.  The Presidential diaries of Henry Morgenthau, Jr. (1938-1945). Franklin D. 1882-1945 Roosevelt 2 microfilms . Presidential Documents Series. Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1981.
At head of title: President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Accompanying guide has call no. E806.G88.
        Morganthau was Secretary of the Treasury and a close advisor to Franklin D. Roosevelt, witness and key participant in both the domestic and international developments of the Roosevelt presidency.  His Presidential Diary includes transcripts of cabinet meetings, minutes of conferences with the president, memoranda and working papers.  Originals in the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library.
microfm E378 Mic.
Morgenthau, Henry, 1891-1967/ Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1882-1945.

197.  Henry A. Wallace papers at the University of Iowa. Henry Agard 1888-1965 Wallace, editor,  Earl M. Rogers. 69 microfilm reels . Glen Rock, N.J Iowa City: Microfilms Corp University of Iowa Libraries, 1977.
The index to the Wallace papers has call no. E748.W2N2.
           Wallace was secretary of agriculture (1933-1940), vice-president of the United States (1941-1945), secretary of commerce (1945-1946), candidate for president of the Progressive Party (1948).  Collection includes material on Wallace's pre-political career as agriculturalist, farmer and editor of Wallace's Farmer, and documents his political career as a controversial member of Roosevelt's cabinet and left-of-center presidential candidate.  See also Wallace's diary at microfm E 351 Mic.
microform E379 Mic.
Wallace, Henry Agard, 1888-1965—Sources.

198.  The diary of Henry Wallace, January 18, 1935-September 19, 1946 [Microfilm]. Henry Agard 1888-1965 Wallace 42 v. in 2 reels . Glen Rock, N.J: Microfilming Corp. of America, 1977.
   Diaries follow Wallace's daily appointments and reflections during his service as Roosevelt's Secretary of Agriculture and Vice-President, and as Secretary of Commerce in Truman's cabinet.  Reel 1:  Jan. 1935-Dec. 1943; reel 2: Jan. 1944-Sept. 1946.  No guide, but a table of contents begins each volume.  See related Wallace papers at microfm E379 Mic.
microfm E351 Mic.
Wallace, Henry Agard, 1888-1965/ Vice-Presidents—United States—Biography/ United States—Politics and government—1933-1945—Sources.

199.  Map room messages of President Roosevelt, 1939-1945 [microform].  9 microfilms . The Presidential Documents Series. Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1981.
Accompanying guide has call no. E806.G88.
           The map room was established in the White House in mid-January 1942 as Roosevelt's command post and communications center. The Messages file includes the confidential messages received in the Map Room from leading wartime contemporaries around the world, such as Churchill, Eisenhower, Harriman, MacArthur, Hopkins, Chiang, Franco, Mountbatten, and others.  See related Map Room Messages of President Truman (1945-1946).
microfm E375 Mic.
United States—Politics and government—1933-1945/ Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1882-1945.

200.  The MAGIC documents : summaries and transcripts of the top secret diplomatic communications of Japan, 1938-1945.  14 microfilms . Washington, D.C: University Publications of America, Inc, 1980.
"A Calendar to the MAGIC documents" has call no. DS840.K4; "A subject and name index to The MAGIC documents" has call no. DS840.K41. Microfilm of typescript.
           Under the code name MAGIC, the United States produced summaries and transcripts of intercepted and deciphered messages between the Japanese Foreign Office and its key personnel and allies throughout the world from 1938 to 1945.  Top secret messages to and from Japanese diplomats in Tokyo, Berlin, Moscow, Rome, Hanoi, Nanking, and elsewhere were read daily by American officials.
microfm DS413 Mic.
Japan—Gaimusho—Records and correspondence/ World War, 1939-1945—Japan—Sources/ World War, 1939-1945—Sources/ Japan—Foreign relations—1912-1945—Sources.

201.  Japanese relocation camp and assembly center newspapers.  22 microfilm reels . [Wilmington, Del: Distributed by Scholarly Resources Inc, 19—].
microfm D769.8.A6J37 Mic.
Japanese Americans—Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945—Sources/ Japanese American newspapers.

202.  Manhattan Project : official history and documents.  12 reels . Washington, D.C: University Publications of America, Inc, 1977.
"A guide to Manhattan Project: official history and documents" has call no. QC773.3.U6K48 (SciRef).
           Major General Leslie R. Groves, who was in charge of the the project from 1942 through 1946, commissioned the official history so that the complete account of the project would be recorded.  To the official history are additional documents are appended to add more depth to the project.  The history and related files were declassified in 1976.
microfm QC 172 Sci Mic.
United States—Army—Manhattan Engineer District/ Atomic bomb—History.

203.   Records relating to personal participation in World War II :
"The American soldier" surveys.  Appendix B:  Microform copies of answers to selected "Free Comment" questions in survery of "The American Soldier in World War II".
 44 reels of microfilm .
These records are part of National Archives Record Group 165.  For guide, compiled by Ben DeWhitt and Heidi Ziemer, see http://archives.gov/publications/reference_information_papers/78/.
   "The American Soldier in World War II" is a large set of surveys of opinion conducted among U.S. Army personnel during the war by the Army Research Branch of the Army Service Forces. The range of subjects studied via these surveys is impressive. They include race relations; the enemy; training; the U.S. Army's own publications, broadcasts, and films; our allies; combat experience; the role of women in the military; and the quality of the "demobilization experience." As a large-scale sociological survey of opinion, "The American Soldier in World War II" occupies a special place in the history of such activities and also represents a rather remarkable and timely change in the manner in which the U.S. military establishment approached some of its personnel management issues.
      In addition to the data sets and the program records, there is a significant collection of narrative statements by the respondents to the surveys. Through these records we can "reach down" to the thoughts and feelings of soldiers, recruits, and combat veterans and almost hear their concerns, their complaints, their fears, and their pride. The words are anonymous, but it is possible in many cases to identify the unit or type of unit, the time, and the location associated with an individual's response.
     These narrative statements are responses to the "Free Comment" question that was included on nearly every survey. Many touch upon themes of the war, of American society of the time, and indeed upon the timeless reactions of individuals to military duty and to waging war.— From the online guide to the collection. 
on order .
World War, 1939-1945 — Social aspects — United States/ Soldiers — United States — Attitudes.

204.  Map room messages of President Truman (1945-1946) Potsdam Conference [microform].  5 microfilms . Presidential Documents Series. Frederick, Md: University of America, 1980.
Accompanying guide has call no. E813.G82.
           The Map Room was the central station for the President's classifed correspondence in his first two years in office.  The Messages file contains correspondence with foreign leaders such as Chiang, Churchill, de Gaulle, Stalin, and American commanders such as Eisenhower and MacArthur.  See related Map Room Messages of President Roosevelt.
microfm E377 Mic.
United States—Politics and government—1945-/ Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972.

205.  Documents on disarmament, 1945-1982 : a collection from the United States Arm Control and Disarmament Agency. United States. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency 11 microfilm reels . Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1985.
Guide has call no. JX1974.S22.
   Important documents relating to the nuclear arms race from 1945 to 1982 from the holdings of the U. S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency.  Working papers and public statements of national and international agencies and commissions; news releases, press conferences, interviews, cabinet reports, expert testimony, departmental memoranda, and miscellaneous notes and letters.
microfm JX45 Mic.
Disarmament/ Arms control/ United States—Defenses.

206.  Minutes of meetings of the National Security Council [microform] : with special advisory reports. National Security Council (U.S.), editor,  Paul Kesaris. 3 reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1982.
Printed guide at UA23.15.N374 1982 Index.
           See related Documents of the National Security Council, and supplements to Minutes and Special Advisory Reports.
microfm UA23.15.N374 1982 Mic.
National Security Council (U. S.)—History—Sources/ National security—United States—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1945-1953—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1953-1961—Sources.

207.  Minutes of meetings of the National Security Council [microform] : First supplement. National Security Council (U.S.), editor,  Paul Kesaris. 5 reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1988.
Printed guide at UA23.15.N374 1988 Index.
           See related Documents of the National Security Council, and supplements to Minutes and Special Advisory Reports.  This supplement covers the administrations of Presidents Truman and Eisenhower.  Includes minutes of meetings, documents, and summaries of discussions.  Documents are deposited in the National Security Files, Record Group 273 and the Dwight D. Eisenhower Library.
microfm UA23.15.N374 1988 Mic.
National Security Council (U. S.)—History—Sources/ National security—United States—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1945-1953—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1953-1961—Sources.

208.  Minutes of meetings of the National Security Council [microform] : Second supplement. National Security Council (U.S.), editor,  Paul Kesaris. 3 reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1989.
Printed guide at UA23.15.N374 1989 Index.
           See related Documents of the National Security Council, and supplements to Minutes and Special Advisory Reports.
microfm UA23.15.N374 1989 Mic.
National Security Council (U. S.)—History—Sources/ National security—United States—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1945-1953—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1953-1961—Sources.

209.  Minutes of meetings of the National Security Council [microform] : Third supplement. National Security Council (U.S.), editor,  Paul Kesaris. 7 reels  . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1995.
Printed guide at UA23.15.N374 1995 Index.
           See related Documents of the National Security Council, and supplements to Minutes and Special Advisory Reports.
microfm UA23.15.N374 1995 Mic.
National Security Council (U.S.)—History—Sources/ National security—United States—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1945-1953—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1953-1961—Sources.

210.  Documents of the National Security Council, 1947-1977 .  editor,  Paul Kesaris. 5 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1980.
Printed guide at UA23.15.D628 1980 Index.
           Collection includes a wide range of reports and papers written by the staff of the NSC or solicited from various departments and agencies.  Documents include:  Policy Papers written by NSC staff; Background Documents, consisting of memoranda, reports, cables, minutes of meetings, and papers from other government agencies such as the CIA, JCS, and the Departments of State and Defense; P Files, representing national security policy approved by the President; Mill Papers, background documents; National Security Council Actions, records actions and decisions of the NSC; NSC Action Memoranda, formal presidential directives; and National Security Study Memoranda.  See also six supplements documenting national security policies from 1947 to 1990.
microfm UA23.15.D628 1980 Mic.
National Security Council (U.S.)—Archives/ National security—United States—History—Sources.

211.  Documents of the National Security Council.  First supplement .  editor,  Paul Kesaris. 3 microfilm reels . Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1981.
Printed guide at UA23.15.D628 1981 Index.
          See under Documents of the National Security Council.
microfm UA23.15.D628 1981 Mic.
National Security Council (U.S.)—Archives/ National security—United States—History—Sources/ United States—Foreign Relations—1945- —Sources.

212.  Documents of the National Security Council. Second supplement.  editor,  Paul Kesaris. 3 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1983.
Printed guide at UA23.15.D628 1983 Index.
           See under Documents of the National Security Council, 1947-1977.
microfm UA23.15.D628 1983 Mic.
National Security Council (U.S.)—Archives/ National security—United States/ United States—Foreign relations—1945- —Sources.

213.  Documents of the National Security Council. Third supplement.  editor,  Paul Kesaris. 3 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1985.
Printed guide at UA23.15.D628 1985 Index.
           See under Documents of the National Security Council, 1947-1977.
microfm UA23.15.D628 1985 Mic.
National Security Council (U.S.)—Archives/ National security—United States/ United States—Foreign relations—1945- —Sources.

214.  Documents of the National Security Council. Fourth supplement.  editor,  Paul Kesaris. 7 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1987.
Printed guide at UA23.15.D628 1987 Index.
           See under Documents of the National Security Council, 1947-1977.
microfm UA23.15.D628 1987 Mic.
National Security Council (U.S.)—Archives/ National security—United States/ United States—Foreign relations—1945- —Sources.

215.  Documents of the National Security Council. Fifth supplement [microform].  editor,  Paul Kesaris. 4 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1991.
Printed guide at UA23.15.D628 1991 Index.
           See under Documents of the National Security Council, 1947-1977.
microfm UA23.15.D628 1991 Mic.
National Security Council (U.S.)—Archives/ National security—United States/ United States—Foreign relations—1945- —Sources.

216.  Documents of the National Security Council. Sixth supplement.  editor,  Paul Kesaris. 10 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1993.
Printed guide at UA23.15.D628 1993 Index.
           See under Documents of the National Security Council, 1947-1977.
microfm UA23.15.D628 1993 Mic.
National Security Council (U.S.)—Archives/ National security—United States/ United States—Foreign relations—1945- —Sources.

217.  Documents of the National Security Council. Seventh supplement.  editor,  Paul Kesaris. 7 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1995.
Printed guide at UA23.15.D628 1995 Index.
           See under Documents of the National Security Council, 1947-1977.  This supplement includes about 7,000 pages of declassified documentation.
microfm UA23.15.D628 1995 Mic.
National Security Council (U.S.)—Archives/ National security—United States/ United States—Foreign relations—1945- —Sources.

218.  Terrorism, special studies, 1975-1985. Mike Acquaviva 5 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1986.
Accompanied by printed guide compiled by Mike Acquaviva, edited by Michael Davis, at F1234 .R492 2002 RR.
Mic microfm HV6432.T4776 1986.
Terrorism—United States/ Terrorism—Government policy—United States/ National security—United States.

219.  Terrorism special studies, 1989-1991 : supplement. Paul Kesaris 3 microfilm reels . Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1992.
"Edited by Paul Kesaris"—Guide t.p. Accompanied by printed reel guide, compiled by Blair D. Hydrick, entitled: A guide to the microfilm edition of Terrorism, at Gen HV6431.T477 1992 Guide.
Mic microfm  HV6431.T477 1992.
Terrorism—United States/ Terrorism—Government policy—United States/ National security—United States.

220.  Terrorism special studies, 1985-1988 : first supplement.Gregory Murphy 5 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1989.
Accompanied by printed guide compiled by Eric Gallagher with title: A guide to the microfilm edition of Terrorism.
Mic microfm  HV6431.T477 1989.
Terrorism—United States/ Terrorism—Government policy—United States/ National security—United States.

221.  Terrorism special studies, 1992-1995 : third supplement. Paul Kesaris 4 microfilm reels . Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1996.
Accompanied by a printed guide compiled by Blair D. Hydrick, entitled: A guide to the microfilm edition of Terrorism, at HV6431.T4776 1996 Guide.
Mic microfm  HV6431.T4776 1996.
Terrorism—United States/ Terrorism—Government policy—United States/ National security—United States.

222.  Terrorism, special studies, 1996-2001 fourth supplement. Robert Lester microfilm reels . Bethesda, MD: LexisNexis, 2002.
Accompanied by a printed guide compiled by Martin Paul Schipper, entitled: A guide to the microfilm edition of Terrorism, special studies, 1996-2001.
   Reproduces federally commissioned research studies from leading public and private policy research facilities on the facts, causes, and political implications of terrorism.
Mic microfm  HV6432.T477 2002.
Terrorism—United States/ Terrorism—Government policy—United States/ National security—United States.

223.  [Hoover Commission reports]. United States.  Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government (1947-1949) 9 reels . Washington, D. C..
Original in Library of Congress.
   Contains 83 previously unpublished reports of the Commission, and a subject index.
microfm JK34 Mic.
United States—Executive departments.

224.  Minutes and documents of the cabinet meetings of President Eisenhower (1953-1961) [microform]. Dwight D. 1890-1969 Eisenhower 10 microfilms . Presidential Documents Series. Washington, D.C: University Publications of America, 1980.
Accompanying guide has call no. E835.G82.
           Eisenhower used his cabinet as a policy body.   He instituted a cabinet secretariat, which worked with executive departments to prepare background papers, and which kept records of cabinet business.  Collection includes minutes of cabinet meetings, official correspondence and memoranda, discussion papers, department reports, and related papers.
microfm E376 Mic.
United States—History—1953-1961/ Dulles, John Foster, 1888-1959/ Herter, Christian Archibald, 1895-1966.

225.  Vietnam, national security files, 1961-1963 [microform].  project coordinator,  Robert Lester. 7 reels . Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1987.
Guide to collection on microfilm has call no. UA853.V48H47 1991.
            Microfilmed from the "country files" of the National Security Council files held at the John F. Kennedy Library.  Files include cable traffic, memoranda of conversations between U.S. and foreign officials, minutes of meetings of U.S. officials, intelligence reports assessing foreign policy issues, internal White House memoranda, agendas and records of top-level conferences.
microfm UA853.V48V45 1987 Mic.
Vietnam—National security—Sources/ United States—National security—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1961-1963—Sources/ John F. Kennedy Library—Archives.

226.  Memorial collection of newspapers on microfilm chronicling events of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, November 22-26, 1963.  10 reels . [Cleveland]: Microfilmed by Micro Photo Division, Bell & Howell Co., [1964].
microfm E272 Mic.
Kennedy, John Fitzgerald, Pres. U.S., 1917-1963.

227.  Papers of the Nixon White House .  editor,  Joan Hoff-Wilson. Research Collections in American Politics. Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1987.
Accompanying guide has call no. E855.G83 1987. Includes indexes.
   Library holds:  Part 1.  (98 fiches)  Official inventories of papers and other historical materials of the Nixon White House.  95 inventories, with a box-by-box, folder-by-folder description of papers. — Part 3. (77 fiches) John Ehrlichman:  Notes of meetings with the President, 1969-1973.  Ehrlichman was Nixon's chief assistant dealing with domestic policy matters.  Comprises contemporaneous handwritten notes of approximately 1,000 meetings and telephone conversations. — Part 4.  (175 fiches)  John Ehrlichman alphabetical subject file, 1969-1973.  Memoranda and reports on his varied responsibilities.  Documents policy issues such as revenue sharing, antitrust, integration in housing and education, government reorganization, and 1972 election strategy. — Part 5.  (98 fiches)  H. R. Haldeman:  Notes of White House meetings, 1969-1973.  Nixon's chief of staff.  Comprises his extensive handwritten notes on discussions with Nixon, formal policy sessions, strategy sessions with other staff members and cabinet officials. — Part 6.  (370 fiches).  President's office files:  Series A:  Documents annotated by the President, 1969-1974.  Memoranda, incoming and outgoing correspondence, news clippings and reports bearing Nixon's handwritten annotations.
microfc E855.P38 1987 Mic.
United States—Politics and government—1969-1974—Sources/ Nixon, Richard M./ Ehrlichman, John/ Haldeman, H. R./ United States.  President (1969-1974 : Nixon).

228.  United States Senate Historical Office oral history collection :  interviews with Senate staff. United States.  Congress.  Senate.  Historical Office 32 microfiches . Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, 1984.
   Transcriptions of tape-recorded interviews with: 1. Francis Attig, Reporter of Senate debates, 1 fiche — 2. Pat M. Holt, Chief of Staff, Foreign Relations Committee, 4 fiches — 3. Floyd Riddick, Senate parliamentarian, 6 fiches — 4. Darrell St. Claire, Asst. Secretary of the Senate, 3 fiches — 5. Ruth Young Watt, Sen. Permanent Subcomittee on Investigations, 3 fiches —6.  J. Franklin Little, 1 fiche — 7. Stewart E. McClure, Sen. Ctee on Labor, Education, and Public Welfare, 3 fiches — 8. Carl M. Marcy, Chief of Staff, Foreign Relations Committee, 4 fiches — 9. Warren F. Reid, Chief of Staff, Foreign Relations Committee, 3 fiches — 10. Leonard Ballard, Inspector, US Capitol Police, 4 fiches.
microfc JK13 Mic.
United States—Congress—Senate—History—Sources/ United States—Congress—Senate—Officials and employees—Biography.

229.  The Adolf A. Berle diary, 1937-1971. Adolf Augustus Berle 8 reels . Hyde Park, N.Y: General Services Administration, National Archives and Records Service, Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, 1978.
           Diary, 1937-71.  Documents Berle's career as a member of FDR's "brain trust," special counsel to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation (1933-38), chamberlain of the city of New York (1934-37), Asst. Sec. of State (1938-44), Amb. to Brazil (1945-46).
microfm E355 Mic.
Berle, Adolf Augustus, 1895-1971.

230.  LaGuardia scrapbooks. Pre-administration.  2 reels . New York: New York City Department of Records, n.d.
Mic microfm  E748.L23L341.
La Guardia, Fiorello H/ Mayors—New York (State)—New York—History.

231.  LaGuardia scrapbooks. News, 1934-1943.  86 reels . New York: New York City Department of Records, n.d.
Mic microfm  E748.L23L342.
La Guardia, Fiorello H/ Mayors—New York (State)—New York—History.

232.  LaGuardia scrapbooks. News, 1943-1946.  18 reels . New York: New York City Department of Records, n.d.
Mic microfm E748.L23L345.
La Guardia, Fiorello H/ Mayors—New York (State)—New York—History.

233.  LaGuardia scrapbooks. Editorials.  11 reels . New York: New York City Department of Records, n.d.
Mic microfm  E748.L23L343.
La Guardia, Fiorello H/ Mayors—New York (State)—New York—History.

234.  LaGuardia scrapbooks. Post-administration.  2 reels . New York: New York City Department of Records, n.d.
Mic microfm E748.L23L344.
La Guardia, Fiorello H/ Mayors—New York (State)—New York—History.

235.  O'Dwyer scrapbooks. Pre-administration newsclippings.  20 reels . New York: New York City Department of Records, n.d.
Mic microfm  F128.5.O39.
O'Dwyer, William/ Mayors—New York (State)—New York—History .

236.  O'Dwyer scrapbooks. Political campaign.  2 reels . New York: New York City Department of Records, n.d.
Mic microfm  F128.5.O394.
O'Dwyer, William/ Mayors—New York (State)—New York—History.

237.  O'Dwyer scrapbooks. National politics.  4 reels . New York: New York City Department of Records, n.d.
Mic microfm  F128.5.O393.
O'Dwyer, William/ Mayors—New York (State)—New York—History.

238.  O'Dwyer scrapbooks. Editorials.  2 reels . New York: New York City Department of Records, n.d.
Mic microfm  F128.5.O392.
O'Dwyer, William/ Mayors—New York (State)—New York—History.

239.  Impellitteri scrapbooks.  Newsclippings.  12 reels . New York: New York City Department of Records, n.d.
Mic microfm  F128.5.I561.
Impellitteri, Vincent R/ Mayors—New York (State)—New York—History.

240.  Impellitteri scrapbook.  Editorials.  2 reels . New York: New York City Department of Records, n.d.
Mic microfm F128.5.I56.
Impellitteri, Vincent R/ Mayors—New York (State)—New York—History.

241.  Wagner scrapbooks. News scrapbooks.  55 reels . New York: New York City Department of Records, n.d.
Mic microfm F128.54.W34W3.
Wagner, Robert F/ Mayors—New York (State)—New York—History.

242.  Wagner scrapbooks. Editorials.  6 reels . New York: New York City Department of Records, n.d.
Mic microfm F128.54.W43W31.
Wagner, Robert F/ Mayors—New York (State)—New York—History.

243.  Wagner Scrapbooks. City Planning Commission.  2 reels . New York: New York City Department of Records, n.d.
Mic microfm F128.54.W43W32.
 Wagner, Robert F/ New York (N.Y.)—City Planning Commission/ Mayors—New York (State)—New York—History.

244.  Wagner Scrapbooks. Citizenship Day.  1 reel . New York: New York City Department of Records, n.d.
Mic microfm F128.54.W43W33.
Wagner, Robert F/ Mayors—New York (State)—New York—History/ Citizenship Day .

245.  [Oral histories of American labor leaders from Columbia University Oral History Research Office].
   Each transcript cataloged as a separate monograph.  See entries for:   John Brophy — Earl Browder —John P. Frey —Ernest Rice McKinney — A. J. Muste — Jacob Samuel Potofsky — Lee Pressman — Max Schactman.

246.  Files of evidence connected with the investigation of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.  2 reels . n. p.: [1963-64].
Typscript and illustrative material.
   Contents: [1] Investigation of the assassination of the President. — [2] Investigation by J. E. Bill Decker, sheriff, Dallas County, Texas. — [3] Texas supplemental report:  correspondence files. — [4] Transcript of Dallas police radio transmissions. — [5] Dallas police. —[6] Dallas police reports. — [7] Investigation of the operational security involving the transfer of Lee Harvey Oswald. — [8] Lee Harvey Oswald. — [9] Officer J. D. Tippit. — [10] Marguerite C. Oswald v. King Candy Company, etc.
microfm E257 Mic.
Kennedy, John Fitzgerald, President U. S., 1917-1963—Assassination.

247.  The reminiscences of John Brophy. John Brophy, and Dean Albertson 1051 leaves 1957.
Transcript of interviews conducted by Dean Albertson in 1955. Includes index.
Mic microfcHD6509.B766A3 1957.
Brophy, John/ United Mine Workers of America/ Congress of Industrial Organizations (U.S.)/ Trade-unions—United States—Officials and employees—Biography.

248.  The reminiscences of Earl Browder. 1965 [microform]. Earl Browder 528 p.; 6 microfiches . Columbia University Oral History Collection, pt. 2, no. 21.
Transcript of interviews conducted by the Oral History Research Office of Columbia University in 1964. Includes index.
microfc HX84.B69A3 1965 Mic.
Browder, Earl, 1891-1973/ Columbia University oral history collection.

249.  The reminiscences of John P. Frey. 1957. John Philip Frey 768 p; 8 microfiches . Columbia University Oral History Collection, pt. 2, no. 67.
Transcript of interviews conducted for the Oral History Research Office of Columbia University in 1954 and 1955. Includes index.
microfc HD6509.F7A3 1957 Mic.
Frey, John Philip,1871-1957/ Trade-unions—United States—Officials and employees—History/ Columbia University oral history collection.

250.  The reminiscences of Ernest Rice McKinney. 1961. [microform]. Ernest Rice 1886 McKinney 117 p.; 2 microfiches . Columbia University Oral History Collection, pt. 2; no. 123.
Transcript of interviews conducted for the Oral History Research Office of Columbia University in 1961. Includes index.
microfc HX84.M22A3 1961 Mic.
McKinney, Ernest Rice, 1886—/ Socialism in the United States/ Columbia University oral history collection.

251.  The reminiscences of A.J. Muste. 1965. Abraham John 1885-1967 Muste 472 leaves; 5 microfiches . Columbia University Oral History Collection, pt. 1.
Transcript of an interview conducted for the Oral History Research Office of Columbia University in the early 1950's. Includes index.
microfc JX1962.M8A3 1965 Mic .
Muste, Abraham John, 1885-1967/ Pacifists—United States—Correspondence, reminiscences, etc./ Columbia University oral history collection.

252.  The reminiscences of Jacob Samuel Potofsky. 1965. Jacob S. Potofsky 836 p.; 9 microfiches . Columbia University Oral History Collection, pt. 2, no. 151.
Transcript of interviews conducted for the Oral History Research Office of Columbia University in 1963 and 1964. Includes index.
microfc HD6509.P68A3 1965 Mic.
Potofsky, Jacob S./ Trade-unions—Clothing workers—United States—History/ Columbia University oral history collection.

253.  The reminiscences of Lee Pressman. 1958. [microform]. Lee 1906-1969 Pressman 483 p.; 5 microfiches . Columbia University Oral History Collection, pt. 2, no. 153.
Transcript of interviews conducted for the Oral History Research Office of Columbia University in 1956-1958. Includes index.
microfc KF373.P65A3 1958 Mic.
Pressman, Lee, 1906-1969/ Lawyers—United States—Correspondence, reminiscences, etc./ Columbia University oral history collection.

254.  The reminiscences of Max Schachtman. Max 1903-1973 Shachtman 525, 77 leaves; 7 microfiches . Columbia University Oral History Collection, pt. 2, no. 161.
Transcript of interviews conducted for the Oral History Research Office of Columbia University in 1962, 1963 and 1965. Includes index.
microfc HD6509.P68A3 1965 Mic.
Shachtman, Max, 1903-1973/ Communism—United States—1917-  / Socialism in the United States/ Trotsky, Leon, 1879-1940/ Columbia University oral history collection.

255.  FBI file on Cesar Chavez and United Farm Workers. United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation 2 microfilm reels . [Wilmington, Del.]: Scholarly Resources, [1996].
roll no. 1. 161-4719 to 44-61404 — roll no. 2. 44-60006 to 44-59048.
Mic  microfm HD6509.C47F352 1996.
Chavez, Cesar/ United Farm Workers/ United States—Federal Bureau of Investigation/ Agricultural laborers—United States—History—Sources/ Agricultural laborers—Labor unions—United States—History—Sources.

256.  Leopold and Loeb trial transcript.  4 microfilm reels (7 vol.) 1924.
Film:  Northwestern University.
   Leopold and Loeb were tried in the Criminal Court of Cook County, Illinois for the murder of Robert Franks, and for kidnapping for ransom, 1924. 
Law microfm XXKF224.L46T75 1924.
Leopold, Nathan Freudenthal, 1904 or 5-1971 — Trials, litigation, etc./ Loeb, Richard A., 1905 or 6-1936 — Trials, litigation, etc./ Franks, Bobby, 1909-1924/ Darrow, Clarence, 1857-1938/ Trials (Murder)—Illinois—Cook County.

257.  Harvard University Library:  a documentary history [microform].  editor,  Kenneth E. Carpenter. 463 microfiches . California, Md: University Publications of America, 1990.
Guide to microfiches at call number Z733.H34H350 1990.
           Materials from Library's archives, including reports, letters, library regulations, charging records, financial reports, catalogs, inventories, and lists of prohibited books.
microfc Z733.H34H35 1990 Mic.
 Harvard University.  Library—History—Sources/ Libraries, university and college—Massachusetts—Cambridge—History—Sources.

5.  Women's studies.  Gender Studies.  Sexuality.

258.  History of women.  1248 reels . New Haven, Conn: Research Publications, [1975-1979].
Printed guide at HQ1420.W64 1975 Index RR provides main entry listings with subject, added entry indexes, and reel lists.
   Microfilm of selected materials on women before 1920 from the Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Sophia Smith Collection, Jane Addams Memorial Collection, the Galatea Collection, Miriam Y. Holden Collection, Ida Rust Macpherson Collection and others.  Collection consists of some 2,000,000 pages in five types of materials:  1.  Printed books (reels 1-934).  Approximately 12,000 volumes.  2.  Pamphlets (reels 935-962).  Over 2000 pamphlets on such topics as birth control, sex reforms, education, professions, suffrage, women in industry, women's rights, women's organizations.  3. Periodicals (reels 237-250):  103 titles.  General interest, home management, reformist and suffragist, fashion, literary.  Editors claim to have avoided large files available in film elsewhere.  4.  Manuscripts (reels 964-995).  100,000 pages, in 49 collections, nearly all personal, predominantly diaries, journals, commonplace books, selected from holdings of Schlesinger Library and the Sophia Smith Collections. 5. Photographs (reel 963).  Ca. 1000 items.  About 80 percent of the collection is in English.
     All 9,376 titles in collection represented in Library's catalogs.
microfm HQ1420.W64 1975 Mic.
Women—History/ Women—United States—History/ Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America/ Sophia Smith Collection/ University of Illinois at Chicago Circle Library Hull House Library/ Holden, Miriam Young/ Ella Strong Denison Library/ Boston Public Library Galatea Collection.

259.  Gerritsen collection of women's history.  242 reels + 17,555 microfiches . Sanford, N.C.:  Microfilming Corporation of America; Ann Arbor, Mich.: Distributed by University Microfilms International, 1975-1977.
Two-volume printed bibliographic guide at HQ1121.G430 1983 Gen, RR presents detailed listings arranged by subject groupings, and indexes by main entry, titles, subjects, and dates.  Records for individual titles in this collection will appear in the Library's online catalogs.
           The original Gerritsen Collection was begun by Aletta Jacobs Gerritsen, a Dutch physician, founder of the first birth control clinic, and early women's rights leader, and her husband, Carl V. Gerritsen, journalist and parliamentarian.  The original collection was rich in Dutch, French, German, Italian, and English works relating to women.  15 languages are represented in all.  Later additions mostly relate to the American women's movement.  Collection consists of approximately 4,500 titles.  Included are a very strong collection of 265 serials, almost half in foreign languages; gaps in the original runs have been filled in.  Much material relates to women's rights.  Collection is strong in biography, education, and women's history, mostly from the 19th and early 20th century, but with extensive 18th century materials also.   The printed materials (monographs, pamphlets, and serials) are located at the Kenneth Spencer Research Library of the University of Kansas, with some additional materials located at the Walter Clinton Jackson Library of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.  A small number of the titles within the collection, primarily periodicals, are supplied on microfilm rather than microfiche due to the physical size of the original materials involved.
microfm HQ1121.G477 1975 Mic and microfc HQ1121.G477 Mic.
Feminism/ Women—History/ Women—Social conditions/ Gerritsen, C. V., 1850-1905/ Jacobs, Aletta H., 1850-1905.

260.  French Revolution research collection.  editor in chief,  Colin Lucas. Approximately 26,000 microfiches . [Oxford]: Pergamon Press, 1989-1995.
12 volume Guide to the microfiche collection has call no. DC141.F63 1990 (RR3).  Collection also includes Videodisk, Images of the French Revolution  (RR3). 
   A comprehensive collection of source material for study of the French revolution, comprising approximately 1,145,000 pages.  For full description of contents see entry in this Guide under France. — Section 9, The Reorganization of Society:  Part 1:  Abolition of the corporate society and feudalism.  Part 2:  The countryside.  Part 3, Towns and townspeople.  Part 4,  Women and the family.  Part 5, Public assistance.  (Approximately 125,000 pages.).
microfc DC141.F62 1989 Mic.

261.  Women's language and experience, 1500-1940:   women's diaries and related sources.  editor Amanda Vickery. 89 microfilm reels . Marlborough, Wiltshire, England: Adam Matthew Publications, 1994.
pt. 1. Sources from the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire County Records Offices (16 reels). pt. 2. Sources from Birmingham Central Library and Birmingham University Library (24 reels). pt. 3. Sources from Suffolk County Record Office and Cambridge University Library (25 reels). pt. 4. Sources from the National Library of Scotland and the National Library of Wales (26 reels).  —  Printed guide at Gen HQ1593.W67 1994 Guide.
   Diaries, travel journals, autobiographies written by British women, primarily in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Mic microfm HQ1593.W67 1994.
Women—Great Britain—Diaries/ Women—Great Britain—History—Sources/ Women—Great Britain—Biography/ Women—Great Britain—Archives/ Manuscripts, English—Great Britain.

262.  [Pamphlets on women].  25 pieces [1790-1859].
Microfilm.  New York Public Library.
   Includes petitions to the Chamber of Deputies regarding the French divorce law, British pamphlets on marriage with a deceased wife's sister, and pamphlets and proceedings of the Catharine and Edwin Forrest divorce case.
microfm HQ72 Mic.
Marriage—Collected works/ Divorce—Collected works.

263.  A woman's view of drama, 1790-1830 the diaries of Anna Margaretta Larpent in the Huntington Library.  Anna Margaretta Larpent 9 microfilm reels . Marlborough, Wiltshire, England: Adam Matthew, 1995.
Filmed in the U.S. by the Huntington Library, San Marino, Calif. Contents of reels reproduced on reel 1.  Printed guide at PR716.L377 1995 Index.
   Anna Margaretta Larpent (née Porter) kept a diary through much of her life.  The 17 volumes cover 1790-1800, 1802-1830, and 1773-1780 (the last sequence "the methodized journal.")  The diaries are rich on taste, consumption and morality in the upper class Georgian family.  There are reviews of contemporary plays and operas, and notes on books she had read.  Significantly, her husband was the long-term Examiner of Plays — or official censor — in the Office of the Lord Chamberlain, an extremely influential figure in the development of drama.  Both husband and wife collaborated in the work, and Anna assumed exclusive responsibility for Italian opera, since she was fluent in the language.  Also included in the diary are notes on elections, weddings, the sight of curiosities such as a rhinoceros or Sir Joseph Banks' aboriginal companion, etc.
Mic microfm PR716.L377 1995.
Larpent, Anna Margaretta, 1758-1824 — diaries/ English drama—History and criticism/ Theatre — England — Censorship — History.

264.  Papers, 1838-1853. Mary Anne Lyth 1 microfilm reel . [Sydney, N.S.W.]: Mitchell Library, [1985].
   Includes 2 diaries: 2 June 1838-30 Nov. 1842 and 1 Aug. 1845-28 May 1853; and letter to her husband from Viwa, Fiji, 27 July 1849. "ML MSS. 3642."  See Richard Burdsall [Papers 1836-1860], at microfm BV112 Mic.
microfm BV113 Mic.
Missions—Fiji—History—Sources.

265.  The Social and political status of women in Britain. Series 1.  55 microfilm reels . Brighton, Sussex: Harvester Press Microform Publications, 1983-.
pt. 1. Radical and reforming periodicals for and by women (reels 1-17) — pt. 2. Rare political, reforming, and professional journals for and by women, 1858-1935 (reels 18-38) — pt. 3. Rare political, reforming, and professional journals for and by women (reels 39-55):  Women Workers' Quarterly Magazine, 1891-1923; Anti-Suffrage Review, 1908-1919; The Freewoman, 1911-1912; and four other titles, 1870-1930.
Mic _  microfm  _PN5124.W6S635 1983.
Women's periodicals, British.

266.  Women and Victorian values, c. 1837-1910 advice books, manuals and journals for women. Bodleian Library 120 microfilm reels . Marlborough, Wiltshire, England: Adam Matthew Publications, 1996-.
Sources from the Bodleian Library: pt. 1. Cookery and domestic life  (reel 1-2). Education and etiquette, Entertainment (reel 3-4).  Fashion, Society and beauty (reel 5). Language and literature,  Letter writing (reel 6). Marriage (reel 7). Mothers and daughters  (reel 8-9). Religion and morality (reel 10). Women and work (reel  11-14). Women's health (reel 15). Women's rights and status (reel  16). Miscellanea (reel 17-20) — pt. 2. Cookery and domestic life  (reel 1-2). Education (reel 3-4). Etiquette 9reel 5). Entertainment  (reel 6). Entertainment, fashion, society and beuty (reel 7).  Language and literature (reel 8). Language and literature, letter  writing (reel 9). Marriage and courtship (reel 10). Mothers and  daughters (reel 11). Mothers and daughters, religion and morality  (reel 12). Travel, women and the law, women ad work (reel 13).  Women and work (reel 14). Women's health (reel 15-16). Women's  health, women's rights and status (reel 17). Women's rights and  status (reel 18). Miscellanea (reel 19-20) — pt. 3. Cosy-corner novels  (reel 1-3). Girls' companion and Girl's Mistress (reel 4). Girl's  Mistress (reel 5). Infant's mistress, kindergarten and needlework  teacher (reel 6-8). Ladies' home (reel 9). Lady's world, a magazine  of fashion and society (reel 10-11). Mother's Companion (reel  12-13). Mother's magazine (reel 14-15). Mothers' Union. The wife: a  journal of home comforts (reel 16). Wife: a journal of home  comforts (reel 17).Women's World:  Journal of the Women's  Education Union (reel 18). Journal of the Women's Education  Union (reel 19). Working gentlewoman's journal. Working Ladies  Report (reel 20).  Part 5:  Works of 16 authors.  Reel 1.  Sarah and Samuel Adams; Isabella Mary Beeton.  Reel 2.  Samuel Orchart Beeton.  Elizabeth Blackwell.  Reel 3.  Lydia Maria Child.  Reel 4.  Lydia Maria Child (continued).  Hester Chapone.  Reel 5.  Frances Power Cobbe.  Reel 6.  Frances Power Cobbe (continued).  Reel 7.  Dinah Maria Mulock Craik.  Reel 8.  Dina Maria Mulock Craik (continued).  Reel 9.  Dinah Maria Mulock Craik (continued).  Reel 10.  Dinah Maria Mulock Craik (continued).  Sarah Stickney Ellis.  Reel 11.  Sarah Stickney Ellis (continued).  Reel 12.  Sarah Stickney Ellis (continued).  Reel 13.  Sarah Stickney Ellis (continued).  Reel 14.  Sarah Stickney Ellis (continued).  Reel 15.  Sarah Stickney Ellis (continued).  Charlotte Perkins Gilman.  Reel 16.  Harriet Martineau.  Reel 17.  Lady Sydney Morgan.  Reel 18.  Marion Reid.  Lydia Howard Sigourney.  Harriet Beecher Stowe.  Reel 19.  Charlotte Mary Yonge.  Reel 20.  Charlotte Mary Yonge (continued).  Part 6: Sources from the Brotherton Library, University of Leeds.  Household management and domestic economy (20 Reels).
     Printed guide at HQ1593.W56 1996 Index.  Guide includes reel list and index by titles.
Mic _  microfm  _HQ1593.W56 1996.
Women—Great Britain—Social conditions—History—19th century/ Women—Great Britain—Social conditions—History—20th century/ Women—Great Britain—Conduct of life—History—19th century/ Women—Great Britain—Conduct of life—History—20th century.

267.  Popular women's magazines at the British Library, London. British Library 70 microfilm reels . Brighton Reading, [England: Harvester Microform Distributed by] Research Publications, 1985-.
pt. 1. Woman, 1890-1912 (reels 1-21) — pt. 2. Englishwoman's review ... (reels 22-23). Myra's journal of dress and fashion (reels 24-42) — pt. 3. The ladies' pocket magazine (reels 43-45).  The ladies' treasury (reels 46-49).The lady's own novelette (reels 50-55). The mother's companion (reels 56-57). My lady's novelette (reel 58). The young woman (reel 58-61) — pt. 4. La belle assemblee (reel 62-70).
Mic _  microfm  _PN5124.W6P678 1985.
Women's periodicals, British.

268.  American women's diaries.  New England [microform].  4 v. (21 microfilm reels) . New Canaan, CT: Readex Film Products, [1984?].
Guide to microfilms has call no.: CT3260.A54 1984 Suppl.
           Manuscripts selected from the holdings of the American Antiquarian Society.  Provides details of daily life, household chores, servants, health care, education views on such topics as marriage and family, abolitionism, nativism.  Contents: Ruth Henshaw Banscom (1772-1848).  More than 3000 pages.  Leicester and Ashby, Mass. — Abigail Gardner Drew (1777-1868).  Life on Nantucket Island. — Susan E. Parsons Brown Forbes (1824-1910).  66 vv. from 1841-1908.  Mill work, teaching, running boarding house. — Hannah Davis Gale (1818-1851).  Student days in Providence. — Louisa Adams Park (1772-1813).  Wife of navy physician.  Windham, N. H., and Acton and Salisbury, Mass., 1800-1801. — Sally Ripley (b. 1785).  Boston, early life.  —  Martha Rogers (1761-1840).  Exeter, N. H., 1785. — Caroline Barrett White (1828-1915).  Sixty-four years beginning in 1849.
microfm CT3260.A54 1984 Mic.
Women—New England—Diaries/ Women—New England—Biography/ American diaries—Women authors/ New England—History—1775-1865—Sources/ New England—History—19th century—Sources/ American Antiquarian Society.

269.  American women's diaries.  Southern women [microform].  editor,  Jane Begos. 20 v. (34 microfilm reels) . New Canaan, CT: Readex Film Products, [1988?].
Guide to microfilms has call no.: CT3260.A55 1988 Suppl.
           50,000 ms. pages.  Documents daily life, family relationships, household management, slavery, religious views, travel, views on Civil War, Reconstruction.  Contents:  Ada Bacot (b. 1832). Plantation life, slave management, nursing.  Tidewater Virginia. — Zillah Brandon (1801-1871).  Deeply religious pioneer, near Cherokee settlement in east Alabama. — Mary Davis Brown (1822-1903).  South Carolina.  Temperance, slavery, trials of KKK members. — Burge Diaries.  Mother, stepdaughter, daughter; economic, religious, social life in mid-19th C. middle Georgia. — Kate S. Carney (b. 1842).  Affairs of large, well-to-do family of Murphreesboro, Tennessee, 1860's. — Carolyn Clitherall (1784-1863).  8 vv. family history, emigration from Wales in 1751. — Louisa Cocke (fl. 1840).  1816 to 1850's; temperance and slave resettlement activist. — Martha Crawford (1830-1861).  From youth in Alabama to service as missionary in China. — Sarah Crowford (1824-1913).  Governor's daughter, in boarding school. — Kate Cumming (1835-1909).  Civil War nurse. —  Sarah Dawson (1842-1909).  1862-1866:  travels and psychic phenomena. — Harriet Eaton (fl. 1855).  Civil war nurse in Virginia; travels to Mobile. — Sarah Gayle (1795-1835).  Wife of governor of frontier Alabama. — Mary Goodwin (b. 1844).  Wytheville, Va., social affairs and Confederacy. — Cloe Greene (1843-1924) and Grace Whittle (fl. 1860).  Virginia sisters.  Yellow fever epidemic. — Mary Hort (b. 1796). Florida and S. C.  War, smallpox, yellow fever epidemics. — Mary Howell (fl. 1870).  Atlanta, 1887-1891.  Eveline Jackson (1848-1928).  Ga. Piedmont region. — Emma LeConte (fl. 1864).  Burning of Columbia, S. C. — Jane Lines (fl. 1860).  English emigree who moved to Border States. — Harriet McLellan (fl. 1865).  Southern businesswoman, financial struggles of Reconstruction. — Millie McCreary (b. 1858).  Young black woman who taught at Atlanta Baptist Seminary. — Priscilla McKaig (1819-1885).  Civil war era. — Carrie Moffet (d. 1898). Louisville Female High School. — Cornelia Moore (fl. 1900). Red Cross service in World War I. — Emma Mordecai.  Daughter of prominent Jewish merchant of Richmond in Civil War. — Elizabeth Pringle (1845-1921). Civil war era, S. C. rice planter. — Alice Ready (d. 1890). Student in Maryland, travels. — Molly Seawell (1860-1916). Gloucester, Va., anti-suffragist. — Anna Weisiger (1821-1887). Va., emphasis on religion.
microfm CT3260.A55 1988 Mic.
American diaries—Women authors/ Women—Southern States—Diaries.

270.  The Jane Addams papers, 1860-1960.  Correspondence. Jane 1860-1935 Addams. Bryan, Mary Lynn McCree, editor ed. 19 microfilm reels . Ann Arbor, Mich: University Microfilms International, 1984.
Consists of Addams's papers from Swarthmore College Peace Collection and many other repositories. Each reel preceded by explanatory printed front matter which includes the table of contents for the entire collection. To be used in conjunction with printed guide entitled: The Jane Addams papers: a comprehensive guide, at Gen Z6616.A38 J34 1996.  Also see 4-reel Index to the main body of the Jane Addams correspondence at microfm HV34 Mic.
   Founder of Hull-House; founder and president of International League for Peace and Freedom; lecturer and lobbyist on such topics as child labor, public health, unemployment relief, social insurance, and women's suffrage.  Library holds film of correspondence only.  Correspondents included Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Ida Tarbell, Emily Greene Balch.
microfm HV33 Microfilm.
Addams, Jane, 1860-1935/ Women social reformers—United States—Archives/ Social work—United States—History—Sources/ Hull House Association.

271.  The papers of Carrie Chapman Catt . Carrie Chapman 1859-1947 Catt 18 microfilm reels + 1 register [15 pages] . Washington, D. C.: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1978.
   Catt was a prominent leader of the women's suffrage movement in America, presiding over the National American Woman Suffrage Association, and later she was instrumental in forming the League of Women Voters. Papers include correspondence (1890-1947), diaries (1911-1923), drafts of speeches and articles (1892-1942), subject files, biographical papers, newspaper clippings, printed material, and other papers, chiefly 1890-1920, relating primarily to Catt's efforts on behalf of the women's suffrage movement, feminism, and the cause of international peace. Also includes material relating to the Woman's Centennial Congress of 1940 and the National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War. The diaries describe her travels to Europe, Africa, the Near East, and the Far East. Correspondents include Grace Abbott, Jane Addams, Lady Astor, Newton D. Baker, Alice Stone Blackwell, Josephus Daniels, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Ida Husted Harper, Mary Garrett Hay, Clara Hyde, Fiorello La Guardia, Julia C. Lathrop, Katherine Dexter McCormick, Rosa Manus, Maud Wood Park, Mary Gray Peck, Helen Rogers Reid, Rose Schneiderman, Rosika Schwimmer, Edna L. Stantial, Arthur Hays Sulzberger, William Howard Taft, Joseph P. Tumulty, William Allen White, and Justina Wilson. Originals in: Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.
Mic  microfm HQ1413.C3A2 1978.
Catt, Carrie Chapman, 1859-1947—Archives/ Women—Suffrage—United States—History—Sources/ Women's Rights—United States—History—Sources/ Peace—History—Sources/ Civil Rights—United States—History—Sources/ Women And Peace—History—Sources/ Feminism—United States—History—Sources/ Abbott, Grace, 1878-1939—Correspondence/ Addams, Jane, 1860-1935—Correspondence/ Astor, Nancy Witcher Langhorne Astor, Viscountess, 1879-1964—Correspondence/ Baker, Newton Diehl, 1871-1937—Correspondence/ Blackwell, Alice Stone, 1857-1950—Correspondence/ Daniels, Josephus, 1862-1948—Correspondence/ Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, 1860-1935—Correspondence/ Harper, Ida Husted, 1851-1931—Correspondence/ Hay, Mary Garrett, 1857-1928—Correspondence/ Hyde, Clara—Correspondence/ La Guardia, Fiorello H. (Fiorello Henry), 1882-1947—Correspondence/ Lathrop, Julia Clifford, 1858-1932—Correspondence/ Mccormick, Katherine Dexter—Correspondence/ Manus, Rosa—Correspondence/ Park, Maud Wood, 1871-1955—Correspondence/ Peck, Mary Gray, 1867?-1957—Correspondence/ Reid, Helen Rogers, 1882-1970—Correspondence/ Schneiderman, Rose, 1882—-Correspondence/ Schwimmer, Rosika, 1877-1948—Correspondence/ Stantial, Edna Lamprey—Correspondence/ Sulzberger, Arthur Hays, 1891-1968—Correspondence/ Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930—Correspondence/ Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick), 1879-1954—Correspondence/ White, William Allen, 1868-1944—Correspondence/ Wilson, Justina—Correspondence/ Woman's Centennial Congress (1940 : New York, N.Y.).

272.  The Emma Goldman papers:  a microfilm edition. Emma 1869-1940 Goldman Ronald Zboray Daniel Cornford editors. Candace Falk. 69 microfilm reels . Alexandria, Va: Chadwyck-Healey, 1990-1993.
Printed guide: Emma Goldman:  a guide to her life and documentary sources, HX843.7.G65E46 1995.
   Goldman was an anarchist and advocate of women's rights, freedom of expression, anti-militarism, and social justice.  Collection comprises 40,000 letters, writings, government and surveillance documents, clippings and photographs, from 1200 public and private repositories in various countries.
     Contents:  reels 2-46:  Correspondence, 1892-1940; reels 47-53:  Goldman's writings; reels 54-55:  Goldman's writings, drafts; reels 56-66:  government documents, 1184-1942; reel 67:  government documents and Goldman's writings, supplement; reel 68-69:  supplementary correspondence.
microfm HX843.7.G65A2 1990 Mic.
Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940—correspondence/ Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940—archives/ Anarchism—United States—History—Sources/ Feminism—United States—History—Sources.

273.  Women's suffrage in Wisconsin.  Part 2, The papers of Ada Lois James, 1816-1952. Ada Lois 1876-1952 James, editorial director,  Anne Firor Scott. 24 microfilm reels . Research Collections in Women's Studies.   Grassroots Women's Organizations. Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1990.
   Personal correspondence of James, a suffragist and social reformer, and key leader of the suffrage movement in Wisconsin.  James broke with the mainstream movement in Wisconsin in favor of the more militant National Woman's Party.  Filmed from holdings of the Wisconsin State Historical Society.  See related Records of the Wisconsin Woman Suffrage Association.
Microfm JK1899.J35A3 1990 Mic.
James, Ada Lois, 1876-1952/ Women—Suffrage—Wisconsin.

274.  The papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony [microform]. Elizabeth Cady 1815-1902 Stanton, and Susan B. 1820-1906 Anthony, editors,  Patricia G. Holland, and Ann D. Gordon. 45 microfilm reels . Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources, 1991.
Printed guide has call number HQ1413.S689P363 1992.
           Stanton and Anthony founded movement for women's political equality in the nineteenth century.  Collection represents manuscript holdings of over 200 libraries and private collections, and printed material from approximately 700 periodical titles.  Spanning the years 1831 through 1906, collection contains more than 14,000 documents, including legislative testimony, correspondence, diaries, speeches, accounts of meetings, calls to action, articles, legal papers, and financial papers.  The Papers consist of three series:  Series I contains a complete run of  Revolution (1868-1871), the weekly newspaper established by the two activists. — Series II contains the Chicago Historical Society's collection of 1700 letters and petitions seeking a women's suffrage plank in the 1880 Republican party platform. — Series III (main body of the collection) consists of all the other documents referred to above, in a single chronology.  Collection documents relationship between suffragism and other movements such as antislavery, temperance, and relgious liberalism and free thought.
microfm HQ1413.S67A2 1991 Mic.
Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 1815-1902—Archives/ Anthony, Susan B., 1820-1906—Archives/ Women—Suffrage—United States—History—Sources/ Feminists—United States—Biography/ United States—History—19th Century—Sources.

275.  Women's studies manuscript collections from the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College.  Series 1, Women's suffrage.  consulting editor,  Anne Firor Scott. 141 microfilm reels . Research Collections in Women's Studies. Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1990-.
Guide to the microfilm collection has call no. JK1896.D7 1990.
           Contents:  Part A:  National leaders (18 reels).  Major collections include papers of Anna Howard Shaw, Matilda Joslyn Gage, Julia Ward Howe, and smaller collections of Carrie Chapman Catt and Lucy Stone — Part B:  New York (15 reels) — Part C:  The South (8 reels) — Part D:  New England (65 reels) — Part E:  Midwest and Far West (35 reels).  Major collections include that of Illinois suffrage movement, esp. papers of Catharine Waugh McCulloch, which also document her activities to reform higher education and family law in Illinois and end bias against women in the Chicago bar.
microfm JK1896.W65 1990 Mic.
Women—Suffrage—United States—History—Sources/ Women's rights—United States—History—Sources/ Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America.

276.  Women's suffrage in Wisconsin.  Part I:  Records of the Wisconsin Woman Suffrage Association, 1892-1925 .   editorial director,  Anne Firor Scott. 18 microfilm reels . Research Collections in Women's Studies Grassroots Women's Organizations. Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1989.
Filmed from the records of the Wisconsin State Historical Society.
   Collection contains letters and reports from local suffrage leaders, correspondence with national suffragist leaders.  1911-12 state campaign for suffrage law especially well documented.  See related Papers of Ada Lois James, President of the Political Equity League of Wisconsin, part 2 of this series.
microfm JK1883.W6W65 1989 Mic.
Wisconsin Woman Suffrage Association—Archives/ Women—Suffrage—Wisconsin—History—Sources.

277.  Papers of the League of Women Voters, 1918-1974. League of Women Voters (U.S.), advisory editor,  Susan Ware. 98 microfilm reels . Research Collections in Women's Studies. Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1985-.
Accompanying guide to the collection on microfilm has call no. JF848.P23.
           Part I:  Meetings of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committees:  Minutes and Related Documents, 1918-1974 (14 reels) — Part II:  Transcripts and Records of the National Conventions and of General Councils.  Series A:  1919-1944 (20 reels).  Series B:  1945-1974 (30 reels) — Part III:  National Office Subject Files, 1920-1932.  Includes standing committee files on such topics as women in industry, women's legal status, child welfare, social hygiene, efficiency in government.
microfm JF13 Mic.
Women in public life—United States/ Women in politics—United States/ United States—Politics and government—20th century.

278.  Temperance and prohibition papers : a joint microfilm publication of the Ohio Historical Society, Michigan Historical Collections and Woman's Christian Temperance Union.  project director,  Andrea D. Lentz.   49 reels . Columbus, Ohio: Ohio Historical Society, 1977.
Accompanying guide has call no. HV5296.G84.
   Library holds series III:  Women's Christian Temperance Union.  Contents:  I.  (reels 1-10) Annual meeting minutes, 1874-1934.  Includes lists of officials, executive committee minutes, subcommitee minutes, departmental reports, memorials, resolutions, president's address, membership and financial reports and statistics — II. (11-29 reels) Correspondence and historical files.  Correspondence and records, 1858-1933 and other manuscript and printed historical material, 1852-1933.  Includes index — III.  (reels 3-45) Scrapbooks of clippings, 1857-1898 — IV. (reel 46) Alice E. Peters correspondence, 1888-1891. — V. (reel 47-49) Michigan WCTU minute books, 1-24.
microfm HV169 Mic.
Temperance—History—Sources/ Prohibition—United States—Societies, etc./ Alcoholism—United States—History—Sources/ Liquor laws—United States—Sources/ Women's Christian Temperance Union/ Peters, Alice E.

279.  The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom papers, 1915-1978. Women's International League for Peace and Freedom 114 reels . Sanford, N.C: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1983.
Accompanying guide has call no. JK1965.W7.
   Founded under leadership of Jane Addams and Aletta Jacobs, WILPF came to be one of the most influential of all international women's organizations.  League concerns include anti-Semitism, civil rights, pacifism, Third World, nuclear disarmament, political prisoners, and the United Nations.  Collection comprises League archives and publications.  Half the documents in collection are in English; the remainder are in German, French, and other languages.  Contents:  Series I:  International Executive Committee, 1915-1978.  Correspondence, records, reports, international congress papers. — Series II:  Individual correspondence, 1915-1968.  Source of background information on WILPF members such as Jane Addams, Gertrude Baer. — Series III:  National Sections and Other Countries, 1914-1978. — Series IV:  Topics, 1918-1975.  Topical file from Geneva headquarters. — Series V:  Printed matter, 1915-1978.
microfm JX44 Mic.
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom/ Addams, Jane, 1860-1935/ Jacobs, Aletta.

280.  Records of the Women's Bureau of the Department of Labor, 1918-1965.  Part I:  Reports of the Director, major conferences, and speeches and articles .  advisory editor,  Judith Sealander. 23 reels . Research Collections in Women's Studies) (Research Collections in Labor Studies. Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1986.
Accompanied by a printed reel guide with title A guide to the microfilm edition of Records of the Women's Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor, 1918-1965.
   The Women's Bureau was a government agency mandated to investigate the conditions of women workers.  The Monthly Reports of the Director (1918-1948) summarize the bureau's activities, including lobbying and legislative consulting; the conference reports (1918-1965) cover 65 conferences sponsored by the Bureau on topics that include women and labor unions, family life, day care, women and war industry, and the ERA in the 1920's.
microfm HD6095.R42 1986 Mic.
Women—Employment—United States—History—Sources/ United States—Women's Bureau—Archives.

281.  Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service.  Series A, Subject correspondence files [microform].  82 microfilm reels . Research Collections in American Immigration. Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1992-.
Accompanied by printed reel guide, compiled by Randolph H. Boehm, at JV6455.G84 1994. Includes index.
   For full description of contents, see under United States—Official archives in this Guide.  Part V.  Prostitution and "White Slavery," 1902-1933 (7  reels).  INS documents on policing prostitution, including excluding prostitutes as immigrants, and deporting resident alien prostitutes.  Other subjects:  coercion as an element in prostitution, male prostitution, and prostitution in Europe.
microfm JV6455.R426 1992 Mic.

282.  Records of The National Association of Colored Women's Clubs, 1895-1992 [microform]:  Part I:  Minutes of national conventions, publications, and president's office corrrespondence. National Association of Colored Women's Clubs (U.S.), consulting editor,  Lillian Serece Williams. 26 reels . Black Studies Research Sources)(Research Collections in Women's Studies. Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1993-.
Printed guide has call number E185.86.B64 1994.
   In local women's clubs African-American women pooled their resources, coordinated their efforts, raised funds, launched charitable initiatives, and founded schools, hospitals, homes for delinquent youth, mother's clubs as they struggled against prejudice.  Collection includes publications of state and local NACWC affiliates, including histories of many state and local clubs; National Convention minutes, 1895-1992; National Notes, 1897-1992, a quarterly periodical reporting on affiliates; President's office correspondence from 1920 through 1958.
microfm E185.86.N36N374 1993 Mic.
National Association of Colored Women's Clubs (U.S.)—Archives/ Afro-American women—Societies and clubs—Archives/ Afro-American women—History—Sources/ Women—Societies and clubs—Archives.

283.  Papers of Sophonisba P. Breckinridge (1866-1948). Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge 37 microfilm reels . [Washington, D.C.]: Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service, 1981.
"The papers of Sophonisba P. Breckinridge, comprising containers 739-778 of the Breckinridge family papers deposited at the Library of Congress.".
   Breckinridge was a major scholar, activist, and reformer in the area of social service administration, and professor at the University of Chicago through 1933.  She was particularly involved in the areas of juvenile deliquency, juvenile court legislation, and welfare administration.  Notable correspondents represented in her papers include Jane Addams, Alben W. Barkley, Ernest H. Gruening, Cordell Hull, Harold Ickes, Frances Perkins, Franklin Roosevelt,  and Fred M. Vinson.
Mic  microfm HV28.A2B73 1981.
 Breckinridge, Sophonisba Preston/ Breckinridge family/ Social reformers—United States.

284.  Family planning oral history project.  3 microfilm reels . Research Collections in Women's Studies. Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1994.
Printed guide at: HQ766.W653 1994 Index. Part A of Women's studies manuscript collections from the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College, Series 3, Sexuality, sex education, and reproductive rights.
   Transcripts of oral history project undertaken by the Schlesinger Library during the 1970s, focussing on the politics and ethics of reproduction, including birth control, abortion, sex education, marriage counseling, and maternal and infant health and welfare.  Interviewees include Sarah Weddington, Estelle Griswold, Loraine Leeson Campbell, Beatrice Blair, Sadja Goldsmith, Mary Steichen Calderon, Patricia Maginnis, Martha May Eliot, Constance Cook, Emily Hartshorne Mudd, and 14 others. 
microfm HQ766.W653 1994 Mic.
Voluntary Parenthood League (N.Y.)/ Birth control—United States—History—20th century—Sources/ Women's rights—United States—History—20th century—Sources/ Abortion—United States—History—20th century—Sources/ Sex instruction—United States—History—20th century—Sources/ Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America.

285.  Princeton University Libraries Latin American microfilm collection. Supplement 1. Women and gender issues in Mexico. Princeton University Library 2 microfilm reels . Princeton, NJ [Wilmington, Del.]: Princeton University Libraries Scholarly Resources, Inc. [distributor], 1995.
Title from container. Supplement to: Princeton University Latin American pamphlet collection.
Mic  microfm HQ1462.P756 1995.
Women—Mexico—History—20th century/ Women—Mexico—Social conditions/ Women in politics—Mexico/ Women's rights—Mexico.

286.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets.  II, 1802-1992.  Caribbean.  Caribbean women pamphlets.  1 reel . Washington, D. C.: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collection and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
   Contains 10 pamphlets.
Mic microfm F2175.L385.
Women—Caribbean area.

287.  The Women's movement in Cuba, 1898-1958.  The Stoner collection on Cuban feminism. K. Lynn Stoner 13 microfilm reels . [Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 1991].
 Published in cooperation with Arizona State University. Printed guide at Gen HQ1507.P75 1991 Guide.
   Documents in Spanish. Comprises works by feminists about feminists and their causes, works by men on the status of women, and literary works by feminist authors that illustrate or discuss the condition of women.  Collection spans the period from Cuban independence to the end of the Batista regime.  Among the titles included are Aspiraciones (1918), an early feminist journal published by the Partido Feminista Aspiraciones; La Mujer Moderno (1926), the journal for the Club Femenino de Cuba, the oldest Cuban feminist organization; and La Mujer (1929—1931), the journal of the Partido Demócrata Sufragista.  (Note at microfc F1751.M55 the complementary resource, Minerva:  Revista Quincenal Dedicada a la Mujer de Color / collected, researched, and indexed by K. Lynn Stoner and Mario Gonzáles, which  began a two-year publication in 1888, two years after emancipation of slaves in Cuba, and it resumed with a new series, Minerva:  Revista Ilustrada Universal, 1910 through 1915.  45 microfiches.).
Mic microfmr HQ1507.P75 1991.
Feminism—Cuba—History/ Women's rights—Cuba—History/ Women—Legal status, laws, etc—Cuba—History/ Blacks—Cuba—History—Periodicals.

288.  Struggle and triumph:  The women's suffrage movement, 1895-1920.  31 reels . Hassocks, England: Harvester Microform.
   Collection includes papers of the International Woman's Suffrage Alliance, the National Union of Woman's Suffrage Societies, the Parliamentary Committee for Woman's Suffrage, and the Manchester Men's League for Woman's Suffrage.  Material from the John Rylands Library, Manchester, England.
microfm JF851.S879 1895a Mic.
Great Britain—Woman's suffrage.

289.  Sex research:  early literature from statistics to erotica.  120 reels . Woodbridge, Conn: Research Publications, [1983?].
"Filmed from the holdings of the Institute for Sex Research Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN."  Printed guide at HQ60.S490 1983 Mic.
   Collection includes 970 titles covering the years 1700 to 1860, with some earlier works represented by 18th and 19th century editions.   Titles are in French, English, Italian, German, Spanish, Latin.  Section I:  Sexual behavior and attitudes:  Sexual mores of the 18th and 19th centuries.  Status of women, incest, celibacy, extramarital sex, and homosexuality, masturbation and prostitution. — Section II:  Sex, law, and medicine:  Topics include rape, sex offenses, divorce, venereal diseases, reproduction, and adultery.  Trials for adultery, impotence, bastardy, rape, and murder.  Range of medical and anatomical works.  — Section III.  Sex and literature:  Examples of erotic literature as well as romantic literature.  Poetry, anecdotes,  and muerous essays included. — Section IV:  Sex and the humanities:  More titles on status of women.  Anticlerical and anti-Catholic works.  Population control.  "Immoral" effects of music, theatre, and dancing.
microfm HQ12.S49 1983 Mic.
Sex—History—Sources/ Sexual deviation—History—Sources/ Erotic literature—History—Sources/ Alfred C. Kinsey Institute for Sex Research Library.

290.  Sex & sexuality, 1640-1940 literary, medical and sociological perspectives.  15 reels . Marlborough, Wiltshire, England: Adam Matthew Publications, 1998.
Editorial introduction by Marie Mulvey-Roberts. Pt. 1 filmed at the Bodleian Library and the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine. Pt. 1. Sources from the Bodleian Library, Oxford, and the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, London (15 microfilm reels).
   Collection consists of 61 works from the 17th through 19th centuries, ranging from self-help manuals and advice books to medical books to literary treatments and erotica.  Included are early sexual primers for married people, anti-masturbation works, works on venereal diseases, impotence, and infertility.  Also included are works on social and moral perspectives on sex, love, marriage, relationships, and the social and moral consequences of prostitution and disease.
Mic  microfm HQ18.G78S49 1998.
Sex customs—Great Britain—History/ Sex.

291.  Ladies of Llangollen letters and journals of Lady Eleanor Butler (1739-1829) and Sarah Ponsonby (1755-1831) from the National Library of Wales.  5 microfilm reels . Marlborough, Wiltshire, England: Adam Matthew Publications, 1997.
These records document the period after 1778 when Lady Eleanor Butler and Sarah Ponsonby eloped to set up a new life together in Plas Newydd in Llangollen Vale. The move met with strong opposition from their respective families but their new Gothic residence soon became a magnet for writers and intellectuals. Wordsworth, Madame de Genlis, Edmund Burke and Anna Seward all visited, and the "Ladies of Llangollen" as Butler and Ponsonby soon became known established a vigorous correspondence network. Their residence was also to be the subject of Anna Seward's famous poem entitled " Llangollen Vale". The papers reproduced here are an important source for the study of this important partnership and the literary circle they created. These papers are known as the Hamwood Papers, formerly in the possession of the Hamilton family of Hamwood, Dunboyne, County Meath. They include Papers and Correspondence of Elinor Goddard including an account of attempts by Eleanor Butler and Sarah Ponsonby to escape from their homes in Ireland; accounts of visits to the Ladies of Llangollen; Sarah Ponsonby's "Account of a Journey in Wales perform'd in May 1778 by Two Fugitive Ladies"; Sarah Ponsonby's Commonplace Book with gardening and architectural notes; Eleanor Butler's Diary for 1784 including comments on letters received and books acquired and read; Eleanor Butler's famous Journals (1788-1791, 1799, 1802, 1807 and 1821) recording details of visitors, books read, correspondence and local events; 5 volumes of correspondence sent to the ladies including letters from Henrietta Bowdler, Lady Bury, Mrs O'Connell, Lady Sydney Morgan, Anna Seward, Mrs Jane Davey, Hester Lynch Piozzi, George Canning, Sir Walter Scott, Arthur Wellesley, William Wilberforce and William Wordsworth; an unpublished verse drama entitled "Loves Frenzy, or, the Garlands of the Faun" together with poems and watercolours largely by Sarah Ponsonby. 3 further volumes of manuscript poems (one compiled for Camilla Blackford, one dedicated to Caroline Hamilton and one composed by Marty Tighe) and various manuscript volumes concerning Geometry, Medicine, Bonaparte and Heraldry complete the collection. 
   This collection in the National Library of Wales is also known as the Hamwood papers. Each reel begins with Contents of reels and a Detailed list of each reel. reel 1. Account of a journey in Wales / Sarah Ponsonby (1778) ; Diary / Eleanor Butler (1784) ; Commonplace book / Sarah Ponsonby (1785-1789) ; Geometry / Sarah Ponsonby (1785) — reel 2. Journal / Eleanor Butler (1788-1791) — reel 3. Journal / Eleanor Butler (1791, 1799, 1802, 1807, 1821) ; Letters (1778-1831) ; Letters to Sarah Ponsonby (1798) ; Poetry ; Plasnewydd Library catalogue (1792) — reel 4. Letters from a traveller (1804-1806) ; Album Camilla (1800-1835); Caroline Hamilton album (1803-1859) ; Psyche / Mary Tighe (1804) — Disparition de Buonaparte (1814) — Medical recipes (1790s) — reel 5. Heraldry (1801) ; Histoire tragique d'un Père de la Trappe (1823) ; Executor's accounts (1832-1870s) ; Eva Mary Bell correspondence (1929-1947) ; Hamwood papers / Eva Mary Bell (1920s) ; Journal / Elinor Goddard (1774-1778, 1782-1788).
        Printed guide at HQ75.4.B88L335 1997 Index.
Mic  microfm HQ75.4.B88L335 1997.
Butler, Eleanor/ Ponsonby, Sarah/ National Library of Wales/ Lesbians—Great Britain/ Women—Great Britain—Social conditions/ Salons—Wales—History/ English diaries—Manuscripts—Facsimiles/ Manuscripts, English—Wales—Facsimiles/ Romanticism—Great Britain—History—18th century/ Llangollen (Wales)—Social life and customs/ Wales—Intellectual life—18th century.

292.  Sexual politics in Britain.  520 fiche . Hassocks, England: Harvester Microform, 1975.
Includes bibliographic guide and index.
   Collection includes literature of British movements for women's liberation and gay rights.  Among publications included are Women's Voice (International Socialists), Women's Struggle (Journal of Women's National Coordinating Committee), Women's Report, Union of Women for Liberation pamphlet series.  Collection also includes documents, unpublished papers, and publications of organizations such as CHE:  Campaign for Homosexual Equality (1967-1977), SMG:  Scottish Minorities Group (1970-1978), Union for Sexual Freedoms in Ireland (1974-1976); and runs of 13 serials, notably including Gay News (1972-1983), the principal gay publication of national circulation in Great Britain.  Issued with 5 printed bibliographical guides, with historical notes and title and chronological indexes, at Gen Z7164.S42L56 1977, —1978, —1979, —1981, and —1983.  Years covered:  1967-1974, with updates from 1975-1982.
Microfc HQ1075.5.G7S48 1976 Mic.
Feminism—Great Britain/ Gay liberation movement—Great Britain.

293.  Margaret Thatcher complete public statements 1945-1990. Margaret Thatcher. Windows version 1.0 ed. 1 computer optical disk . Oxford: Oxford University Press in association with Chesham Place Associates, 1999.
Title from opening screen. Accompanied by user handbook, errata slip, and errata disk; issued in box. Includes index (user handbook).
   Collection of more than 7,100 statements made by Margaret Thatcher and includes speeches, broadcasts, press conferences, interviews, and articles.
JMedia CDRom DA591.T47M374 1999.
Thatcher, Margaret/ Great Britain—Politics and government—1945-.

294.  Committee of Fifteen records, 1900-1901. Committee of Fifteen 17 microfilm reels . Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, Inc, 1998.
Filmed from the holdings of the Rare Books and ManuscriptsDivision, Center for the Humanities, New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations. Accompanied by a printed guide entitled: Committee of Fifteen records, 1900-1901 : guide to the Scholarly Resources microfilm edition (24 p. ; 21 cm.), HV6795.N5 C66 1998 Gen.
   The Committee, established in 1900,  was a New York citizen's group that advocated the elimination of prostitution and gambling.  Its members, chiefly prominent businessmen, hired investigators who visited city locations where "vice" crimes allegedly took place and filed reports on each site.  Collection reproduces correspondence, minutes, investigators' reports, and scrapbooks documenting the activities of the Committee of Fifteen. The bulk of material consists of affidavits or investigators' reports, arranged by police precinct and street address.  Many reports include details such as description of activity, amount of money paid, name physical description  and ethnic background of the prostitute or others at the location, and general remarks.
Mic  microfm HV6795.N5C66 1998.
Committee of Fifteen (New York, N.Y. : 1900)/ Crime—New York (State)—New York—History/ Prostitution—New York (State)—New York—History/ New York (N.Y.)—Politics and government—1898-1951.

295.  [Gay and Lesbian microfilm serial collection]. 
   The following Gay and Lesbian titles are held on microfilm.  The collection emphasizes well-known community-based newspapers and periodicals, although some runs of periodicals of national circulation are included.  Titles listed below are individually cataloged.  Search Library catalogs for call numbers and updated holdings statements, and to locate other runs of periodicals of national circulation held in hardcopy or microfilm.  See also collection entitled San Francisco Bay Area Gay and Lesbian Serials in this Guide.
      ASK Newsletter (Vancouver), v. 1-5 (Apr. 1964 Feb. 1968). —Athene  (Albany), v. 4, nos. 1, 2 (1991). — BLK, v. 3, no. 1- v. 3, no. 9 (1991). — Bay Windows (Boston), v. 1-5 (1983-1988). — Big Mama Rag (Denver), v. 2, no. 5-v. 12, no. 4 (1979-1982). — The Blade (Washington) (1975-1980).  Became The Washington Blade. — Body Politic (Toronto), no. 1-135 (Nov./Dec. 1971-Feb. 1987). — Conditions (Brooklyn), nos. 1-12 (1977-1985). — Desperate Living (Baltimore), v. 1, no. 1 through final unnumbered issue in Winter 1977. — Fag Rag (Boston) , June 1971 through no. 42/43 [no date]. — Feminist Review (London), nos. 1-27 (Spr. 1979-Fall 1987). — Frontiers, v. 1-14 (1975-1994). — Furies(Washington), v. 1 (1972/73). — GSN [Gay studies newsletter] - (Toronto [etc]), v. 1-16, no. 1 (Apr. 1974- Mar. 1989). — Le Gai Pied, 1979-1982). — Gay and Lesbian Times (San Diego), 1997-1999 (on order).  — Gay Blade (Washington), v. 5, no. 6-v. 6, no. 10 (Mar 1974-Oct 1975).  Became The Blade. — Gay Community Center (Baltimore), v. 1, no. 3-v. 4, no. 11 (1979-1982). — Gay Community News (Boston), v. 1-9 (1973-1982) and v. 16-17 (1988-1990). — Gay Information (Darlinghurst, NSW, Australia), no. 1-16 (1980-1985). — Gay Left (London), n. 1-10 (1975-1980). — Gay Liberator (Detroit)-  1 reel. — Gay Life (Chicago), v. 1-11, no. 31/32 (June 20, 1975-Jan. 30, 1986). — Gay Madison (Madison).  1 reel. — Gay Teachers Association Newsletter (Brooklyn).  1 reel. — Gaysweek (New York)  1 reel. — Hera, Feb. 1986-Dec. 1993. — Herizons (Winnepeg), v. 4, no. 2-v. 6, no. 3 (1986-1992). — High Gear (Cleveland), v. 1-10 [i.e., 9] (Sept. 1974-Sept. 1982). — I Know You Know (Indianapolis).  1 reel. — Just Out (Portland).  1983-1998 (on order.) — The Lesbian tide (Los Angeles), v. [1]-9 (July/Aug. 1971-May/June 1980). —  Lesbian Times (Canoga Park, CA), v. 9-24 (Nov. 1983-July, 1999). — New Directions for Women, v. 13-22 (Jan. 1984-Oct. 1993). — New York Native - Dec. 1980-June 1992. — Off our backs, v. 1-v. 23 (1971-1993). — One (Los Angeles), v. 1, no. 3 (1953), v. 6, nos. 8-9 (1958), v. 7, nos. 1-3, 5-6 (1959). — Out (New York), 1995—. — Outlines (Chicago), v. 1-4 (June 4, 1987-May 1991). — Out/Look, v. 1- 3 (1988-1990). —  Pink Ink (Toronto), v. 1, no. 1-5 9 (July 1983-Jan. 1984). — Radical America, v. 1-11 (Apr. 1967-Dec. 1977). — Rites (Toronto), v. 1-8 (May 1984-Jan./Feb. 1992). — Sojourner, v. 13-19 (Sept. 1987-Aug. 1994). — Xtra! (Toronto), v. 1 (Mar. 3, 1984-Dec. 23, 1994). — The Washington Blade (Washington), 1980-1992. — Windy City Times (Chicago), v. 1-9, no. 24 (Sept. 26, 1985-Feb. 24, 1994; 1994-1999 on order). — Womyn's words, 1992-1993.
Each title cataloged separately.
Gay serials/ Lesbian serials/ ASK Newsletter (Vancouver)/ Athene (Albany)/ BLK/ Bay Windows (Boston)/ Big Mama Rag/ The Blade (Washington)/ Body Politic (Toronto)/ Conditions (Brooklyn)/ Desperate Living (Baltimore)/ Fag Rag (Boston)/ Feminist Review (London)/ Frontiers/ Furies (Washington)/ GSN [Gay studies newsletter] - (Toronto [etc])/ Le Gai Pied/ Gay Blade (Washington)/ Gay Community Center (Baltimore)/ Gay Community News (Boston)/ Gay Information/ Gay Left (London)/ Gay Liberator (Detroit)/ Gay Life (Chicago)/ Gay Madison (Madison)/ Gay Teachers Association Newsletter (Brooklyn)/ Gaysweek (New York)/ Hera/ Herizons (Winnepeg)/ High Gear (Cleveland)/ I Know You Know (Indianapolis)/ The Lesbian tide (Los Angeles)/ New Directions for Women/ New York Native / Off our backs/ One (Los Angeles)/ Out (New York)/ Outlines (Chicago)/ OutLook/ Pink Ink (Toronto)/ Radical America/ Rites/ Sojourner/ Xtra! (Toronto)/ The Washington Blade (Washington)/ Windy City Times (Chicago)/ Womyn's words.

296.  San Francisco Bay Area Gay and Lesbian serials collection.  [Berkeley, Calif: University of California, 1991].
Printed guide:  San Francisco Bay Area gay and lesbian serials : a guide to the microfilm collection by Bill Walker, at call no:  HQ76.3.U5W35 1991 RR2.
   Microfilm collection produced by the University of California, Berkeley and the Gay and Lesbian Historical Society of Northern California under its previous name: San Francisco Bay Area Gay and Lesbian Historical Society.  Collection includes 60 titles:    Search Library's online catalogs for call numbers.  Contents: ADZ gayzette  (SF, 1970-72);Agape and action (Berkeley, 1970-71); Amazon quarterly (Oakland, 1972-75); ARC news (Sacramento, 1966-67); Bar rag (SF, 1967);Bay area reporter:  BAR (SF,  1971-89); Bridge (San Jose, 1970-71); California voice (SF, 1983-84); Coming up (SF, 1979-89); CHF newsletter (SF, 1969); CRH newsletter (SF, 1967-68); Cruise news and world report  (SF, 1965-67); Daughters of Bilitis (SF, 1959-78);Dykes and gorgons (Berkeley, 1973); East Bay gay men's newsletter (Oakland, 1973); Effeminist (Berkeley, 1971); Free particle (SF, 1969); GAA lifeline (SF, 1971); Gay Bay newsletter (SF, 1970);Gay focus  (SF, 1981-82);Gay people's newsletter (Berkeley, 1970); Gay pride crusader (SF, 1972-81); Gay radical rag (SF, 1970); Gay students union (Berkeley, 1970); Gay sunshine (Berkeley, 1970-71);  Gay switchboard (Berkeley, 1970); Gay voice (Sacramento, 1971); GSU newsletter (Berkeley, 1971); Haight Ashbury free press (SF, 1967); I am (SF, 1971); Kalendar (SF, 1972-78); Ladder (SF, 1956-72); Lavender letter (SF, 1971); Lavender reader (Santa Cruz, 1986-90); LCE news (SF, 1961-67); Lesbian voices (Campbell, CA, 1974-81); Mama Bears news and notes (Oakland, 1984); Mattachine review (SF, 1955-66); Maverick (SF, 1967); Mother (Stanford, 1971-72); NLIS newsletter (SF, 1972); Our paper (San Jose, 1982-89); Radical homosexual rag (Berkeley, 1970); Rubyfruit readher (Santa Cruz, 1976-78); San Francisco Bay times (SF, 1989); San Francisco free press (SF, 1969-70); San Francisco Mattachine newsletter (SF, 1953-63); San Francisco sentinel (SF, 1974-89); San Jose gay liberation (San Jose, 1970); Sapphire (SF, 1973); Sebastian Quill(SF, 1970-72); Sisters (SF, 1970-75); Sonoma County Lesbian and Gay Alliance News (Santa Rosa, 1978-80); Straightqueer (SF, 1972); Town Talk (SF, 1964-66); Uranian mirror (SF, 1971); Vanguard (SF, 1966-70); Vector (SF, 1964-76); Voice (SF, 1979-83); We the people (Forestville, CA, 1988-89)  .
Each title cataloged separately.
University of California, Berkeley/ San Francisco Bay Area gay and lesbian serial collection/ Gay liberation movement—California—San Francisco Bay Area—Periodicals—Microform catalogs/ Lesbians—California—San Francisco Bay Area—Periodicals—Microform catalogs/ Gay men—California—San Francisco Bay Area—Periodicals—Microform catalogs/ Homosexuality—California—San Francisco Bay Area—Periodicals—Microform catalogs/ Microforms—Catalogs/ Gay and Lesbian Historical Society of Northern California/ San Francisco Bay Area Gay and Lesbian Historical Society/ ADZ gayzette/ Agape and action/ Amazon quarterly/ ARC news/ Bar rag/ Bay area reporter:  BAR/ Bridge/ California voice/ Coming up/ CHF newsletter/ CRH newsletter/ Cruise news and world report/ Daughters of Bilitis/ Dykes and gorgons/ East Bay gay men's newsletter/ Effeminist/ Free particle/ GAA lifeline/ Gay Bay newsletter/ Gay focus / Gay people's newsletter/ Gay pride crusader/ Gay radical rag/ Gay students union/ Gay sunshine/ Gay switchboard/ Gay voice/ GSU newsletter/ Haight Ashbury free press/ I am/ Kalendar/ Ladder/ Lavender letter/ Lavender reader/ LCE news/ Lesbian voices/ Mama Bears news and notes/ Mattachine review/ Maverick/ Mother/ NLIS newsletter/ Our paper/ Radical homosexual rag/ Rubyfruit readher/ San Francisco Bay times/ San Francisco free press/ San Francisco Mattachine newsletter/ San Francisco sentinel/ San Jose gay liberation/ Sapphire/ Sebastian Quill/ Sisters/ Sonoma County Lesbian and Gay Alliance News/ Straightqueer/ Town Talk/ Uranian mirror/ Vanguard/ Vector/ Voice/ We the people.

297.  [New York City Gay Liberation papers of the Stonewall era].
   Titles include:  Come out (NY: 1969-1972), HQ75.C59; Gay flames (NY: 1970-1971), HQ75.G38; Gay flames pamphlet (NY: n. d.), HQ75.G383; Gay Power, "New York's first homosexual newspaper,"(NY: n. d.), HQ75.G28; GLF news (earlier title: Gay liberation front bulletin), (NY:1970), HQ75.G27.
Mic  microfm HQ75...
Gay liberation movement — periodicals / Homosexuality — periodicals / Gay men — New York — periodicals .

298.  The gay rights movement.  Mattachine Society of New York, Inc. : from the International Gay Information Center, The New York Public Library. Mattachine Society of New York, John D. Stinson, International Gay Information Center, and inc Research Publications 24 microfilm reels . Woodridge, CT: Research Publications, 1998.
Title from guide. Filmed from originals held at the International Gay Information Center, New York Public Library.  Includes printed guide. 
   "Founded in Los Angeles in 1950 by Harry Hay, The Mattachine Society was the first major gay organization in the United States....  In 1955, a New York chapter of the Mattachine Society was founded.  Five years later it was the largest gay rights group in the United States.  After 1965 the organization assumed a more outspoken posture.  It fought to establish the civil rights of gays, defended men arrested on morals charges and protested the continual police practice of harassing gay bars.  The ... papers reflect the vigorous and at times acrimonious debate among its members.  They also contain an extensive, and frequently poignant, correspondence with gay men and lesbians throughout the United States, as well as the minutes of meetings, memoranda, and ephemera." — Publisher's brochure.
Mic _  microfm  _HQ76.8.U5M388 1951.
Mattachine Society of New York/ Gay rights—United states—History—Sources/ Gay rights—New York (State)—History—Sources/ Gay liberation movement—United States—History—20th century—Sources/ Gay liberation movement—New York (State)—History—20th century—Sources/ Gays—United States—History—20th century—Sources/ Gays—New York (State)—History—20th century—Sources.

299.  The gay rights movement [1970-1983].  Gay Activists Alliance : from the International Gay Information Center, The New York Public Library. Gay Activists Alliance, John D. Stinson, International Gay Information Center, and inc Research Publications 21 microfilm reels . Woodbridge, CT: Research Publications, 1998.
Title from guide. Filmed from originals held at the International Gay Information Center, New York Public Library.  Accompanied by printed guide, compiled by John D. Stinson.
   "The Gay Activists Alliance was founded in December, 1969, by a group of men and women who were dissatisfied with the direction of the Gay Liberation Front, which had emerged half a year earlier in the immediate wake of the Stonewall Riots.  GAA rapidly became the largest and most visible gay organization in New York...  The GAA papers contain the minutes of meetings, internal and general correspondence, and large amounts of ephemera." — Publisher's brochure. 
Mic _  microfm  _HQ76.8.U5G39 1970.
Gay Activists Alliance/ Gay activists—New York (State)—History—Sources/ Gay activists—United States—History—Sources/ Gay rights—United States—History—Sources/ Gay rights—New York (State)—History—Sources/ Gay liberation movement—United States—History—20th century—Sources/ Gay liberation movement—New York (State)—History—20th century—Sources/ Gays—United States—History—20th century—Sources/ Gays—New York (State)—History—20th century—Sources.

300.  The AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power [microform] : New York records. ACT UP New York (Organization) 159 microfilm reels . Woodbridge, CT: Research Publications, 1999.
Records from the Manuscripts and Archives Division, New York Public Library.  Consists of memoranda, correspondence, ephemera, meeting minutes, clipping files, and materials from other ACT UP chapters.
   Guide at HQ76.5.A3416 1999 Guide.
RC607.A26 A3416 1999 Mic  microfm HQ76.5.A3416 1999.
ACT UP New York (Organization)/ AIDS (Disease)—New York (State)/ Gay liberation movement—New York (State)/ Gays—New York (State).

301.  Lesbian herstory archives subject files.  150 reels Gay rights movement.  Series 7. Woodridge, CT: Primary Source Microfilm, 2004.
Guide includes an index to the collection and an introduction by Joan Nestle, co-founder of the Lesbian Herstory Archives.  Includes bibliographical references.  Guide at: HQ75.6.U5L47 2004 in Gen.
   Contains information on every conceivable aspect of lesbian life and concerns, from abortion to African-American lesbians, lesbian mothers, gay civil rights, women's liberation movement, domestic partnership, older lesbians, and Native American lesbians, to name just a few of the important subjects. The materials consist of clippings, flyers, brochures, conference materials, reports, correspondence, and other printed ephemera. A strength of the collection is its vast scope and national coverage.
Mic microfm HQ75.6.U5L47 2004.
Lesbians — United States — History — 20th century — Sources / Gay rights — United States — History — Sources/ Gay liberation movement — United States — History — Sources .

6.  African-Americans.  Africa.

302.  Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature.  2885 microfilm reels .
   Collection of about 59,000 titles, including not only works on economic theory, trade and commerce, and public finance, but also the technical literature on agriculture, mining, crafts and manufacturing.  Also included are materials on topics such as slavery, public utilities, demography and urban development, piracy, smuggling, tithes, counterfeiting and numismatics, poverty and welfare, penology, emigration, dietary conditions, colonies, and every aspect of transportation.  Languages represented include Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish.  Call no.:  microfm HB30.G64 1974 Mic.  For full description, see entry 536 in this Guide.

303.  Afroamérica : textos históricos.  ed. Enriqueta Vila Vilar. 1 computer optical disk . Coleccíon Clásicos Tavera, Disco no 35. Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera , 1999.
   Includes 45 works.
E29.N3 JMedia _CDRom_.
Blacks—America—History/ Blacks—America—Social conditions/ América Latina—Historiografía.

304.  Slavery, source material and critical literature. Louisville Ky Lost Cause Press <11,949 microfiches> . Woodbridge, CT: Research Publications, 1997-.
Title from guide. First fiche of each title consists of LC catalog record.
   Collection consists of approximately 2,700 titles.  The larger share of the titles are books, treatises, pamphlets, and speeches dealing with slavery in the United States, and published between 1800 and 1865; but there is good representation of material in French, Spanish, Latin, and other languages dealing with slavery in the Caribbean and Latin America, North Africa, and sub-Saharan Africa, as well as local histories and scholarly treatments of slavery published in the later 19th and early 20th centuries.  Printed guide at HT855.S53 1998.
Mic  microfc  HT855.S638 1987.
Slavery—Collected works/ Slavery—History—Sources.

305.  The Humphrey Morice papers from the Bank of England, London. Humphry Morice 4 microfilm reels . Slave Trade Journals and Papers, pt. 1. Marlborough, Wiltshire, England: Adam Matthew Publications, 1998.
Printed guide at HT1161.M675 1998 Guide.
   Humphrey Morice was one of the main slave merchants of London in the 1720’s, during which the British carried around 100,000 slaves from Africa to the Americas.  In 1720 he had eight slave ships.
   The Slave Journals in the collection cover the period 1721 to 1730, containing the orders and instructions to the captains of Morice’s slaving ships for the purchase and disposal of the slaves together with a list of goods to be exchanged for slaves.
    The two Journals of Humphrey Morice cover the years 1708-1710. They give details of money paid and received from his business transactions with North America, Jamaica, Barbados, Africa, Brazil and Guinea in goods such as tobacco, wine, wool, sugar and silk.
    His Letter Book of 1703-1706 contains business letters for those years covering trade in cloth and other commodities.
   Also included are five volumes of Trading Accounts and Personal Papers, three volumes of Personal and Business Letters and one volume of Documents relating to British Trade with Africa, America and the West Indies.
   The Trading Accounts and Personal Papers contain a wide variety of material.There are accounts, receipts, bills, details of wages paid to the seamen, with much on slave business. There are letters from captains giving accounts of their voyages with details of the goods traded, weather conditions, slaves bought, sold, ill and numbers of those who died on the voyage.
   The Personal and Business Letters cover topics such as: interest paid, the National Debt, petitions, wills, bills, inventories of goods, the sale of negroes and lists of slaves who died on voyages and the disposal of cargoes on the Coast of Africa. Included also are family papers relating to Morice’s uncle, cousin and wife.
   Contents:  reel 1. Slave journal of Humphrey Morice (M7/6 (1721)-M7/14 (1730)). — reel 2. Journal of Humphrey Morice (M7/196 (1708-1709), M7/20 (1709-1710)). Trading accounts and personal papers : letters 1-150 (v. 1-3). — reel 3. Trading accounts and personal papers : letters 151-246 (v. 4-5). Personal and business papers, ca. 1700-1731 (v. 6). — reel 4. Personal and business papers, ca. 1700-1731 (v. 7-8). Documents relating to British trade with Africa, America and the West Indies, 1720-1725. Letter book of Humphrey Morice (M7/35 (1703)).
Mic  microfm HT1161.M675 1998.
Morice, Humphry/ Bank of England/ Bank of England/ Slave traders—England—London—History—18th century/ Slave-trade—England—London—History—18th century/ Slave-trade—Africa, West—History—18th century/ Slave-trade—United States—History—18th century/ Slave-trade—Caribbean Area—History—18th century.

306.  American slavery pamphlets.  16 pamphlets from 1831 to 1863.  16 microcards . Louisville [Ky]: Lost Cause Press, 1961.
microcard E3 Mic.
Slavery in the United States—Anti-slavery movement/ Slavery in the United States—Controversial literature.

307.  The slave trade, 1858-1892:   British Foreign Office collection 541, confidential print series. Great Britain. Foreign Office 10 microfilm reels . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources Inc, 1977.
Microfilm reproduction of the 50 volumes issued 1859-1886 with title: Correspondence with the British commissioners at Sierra Leone, Havana, the Cape of Good Hope, Loanda, and New York : and reports from British Vice-Admiralty Courts, and from British Naval officers, relating to the slave trade. Also includes descriptions of slave conditions in countries worldwide and correspondence to and from African and Asian leaders involved in the slave trade.  Accompanied by guide. HT1162.S53 1977.
Mic  microfm HT1162.S53 1977.
Slave-trade—History—Sources/ Slave-trade—Africa—Sources/ Slave trade—West Indies—Sources.

308.  Papers of the American slave trade.  Series A.  Selections from the Rhode Island Historical Society.  ed,  Jay Coughtry. 71 reels . Bethesda, Md.: University Publications of America, 1996.
   Series A:  Selections from the Rhode Island Historical Society.  Focusses upon importation of slaves from Africa, including financial concerns, risk factors; slave treatment and slave revolts on transoceanic voyages; regional original and destinations of captives; Caribbean economy in American colonial times; related molasses and rum trade.  Part 1:  Brown family collections (20 reels).  Collections date from early 1700s to early 1800s.  Moses Brown, in second generation involved in slaving, became a leader in movement to outlaw slave trade.  Material includes Providence Abolition Society minute book, 1789-1827.  Part 2:  Selected collections (30 reels).  Papers of merchants of Providence, Newport, and Bristol involved in slave trade.  Material includes log books, narratives of onboard slave revolts, financial papers, and papers documenting illegal slaving after 1808.  Ser. B. Selections from the Newport Historical Society. Pt. 2 . Aaron Lopez collections (21 reels).  Presents the business records of a Jewish refugee who fled Portugal during a renewed wave of Inquisitorial activity in the 1750’s.  Using Jewish and non-Jewish contacts in Boston, Charleston, Halifax, New York, Jamaica, Lisbon, and Amsterdam he soon involved himself in mercantile activity, including the export of spermaceti candles, rum, furniture and other finished goods from Newport, and the import of snuff and African slaves.  Lopez came be one of colonial America’s most prominent residents and Newport’s most prosperous citizen during the town’s economic Golden Age of the mid-18th century.  The collection includes letter books, 1752-1781; shipping papers; account books, receipt books, 1755-1775.
Mic _  microfm  _E441.P374 1996.
Slave-trade—United States—History—Sources/ Slave-trade—United States—18th century/ Slave-trade—United States—19th century/ Slave-trade—Rhode Island—Sources/ Brown Family/ Merchants—Rhode Island/ Merchants — Rhode Island — Newport — History — Sources/ Lopez, Aaron, 1731-1782/ Newport (R.I.) — Commerce — History — Sources.

309.  Correspondence of the Secretary of the Navy relating to African colonization, 1819-1844 [microform]. United States.  Navy Department 2 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, no. M-205. Washington: National Archives and Records Service, 1952.
   Consists mainly of copies of letters sent by the Secretary of the Navy to agents of the United States stationed on the northwest coast of Africa for the purpose of receiving blacks freed by the capture of slave ships, and letters and reports received by the Secretary of the Navy from these agents.  Also correspondence of Secretary with President, Dept. of Treasury, Federal judges, district attorneys, and marshals, other government officials, the American Colonization Society, and private individuals and firms.  Indexed.
microfm J92 M-205 Mic.
United States—Navy Dept—Archives/ American Colonization Society—History—Sources/ Slave-trade—History—19th century—Sources/ Afro-Americans—Colonization—Africa—History—19th century—Sources.

310.  Records of the Office of the Secretary of the Interior relating to the suppression of the African slave trade and Negro colonization, 1854-1872. United States.  Dept. of the Interior 10 reels . File Microcopies of Records in the National Archives, M160. Washington [D.C.]: National Archives, 1949.
Guide at start of reel 1. From record group 48, General records of the Dept. of the Interior.
   Lincoln consolidated in the Dept. of Interior all activities having to do with the suppression of slave trade, and laws providing for the colonization in Africa of blacks seized aboard slave ships, and other laws providing for the colonization of free and recaptured blacks in Liberia, Haiti, and other tropical countries.
microfm J92 M-160 Mic.
Slave-trade—History—19th century—Sources/ Afro-Americans—Colonization—Africa—History—19th century—Sources/ United States—Dept. of the Interior.

311.  Databases for the study of Afro-Louisiana history and genealogy : 1699-1860. Gwendolyn Midlo Hall 1 computer optical disc . Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2000.
   The principal element in the work is "Louisiana Slave Database, 1719-1820," a collection of more than 100,000 records and 114 fields entered entirely from original manuscript sources written in French, Spanish, and English discovered in archives in Louisiana, Texas, France, and Spain. These records from civil documents and manuscripts dating between 1719 and 1820 provide an unprecedented look into the lives of Africans and peoples of African descent in Louisiana—as well as of their owners and emancipators.  "Louisiana Free Database, 1720-1820," contains records concerning more than 4,000 slaves found in documents involving manumissions, and a database created from the rare, and unusually rich original manuscript census of New Orleans in 1778 (housed in the Archivo General de Indias in Seville).  Also included are datasets from Louisiana censuses from 1699 through 1860; and from various New Orleans, Pensacola, and Mobile censuses from 1784 to 1850; and image files, including a map of Louisiana dating from 1825, a map of Africa locating the origins of the eighteen most frequent ethnicities sent to Louisiana, scanned copies of some rare, and original manuscript documents.
JRL JMedia _CDRom_E185.93.L6D38 2000.
Afro-Americans—Louisiana.

312.  Records of ante-bellum southern plantations from the Revolution through the Civil War.  General Editor,  Kenneth M. Stampp. 702  reels . Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1985-.
Accompanying guide to the collection on microfilm has call no. E441.G92.
   Extremely large collection of manuscripts originating on southern plantations, dating from the mid-17th century to the end of the Civil War.  Includes financial records, diaries, journals, records of slaves, correspondence and all sorts of personal papers of planters and their families.  Information on every aspect of material culture and daily life.  Important source for information on life of slaves, management of slave labor, slave medical accounts, relations between master and slaves, black churches.  Because their origin in plantation activities, these records are particularly valuable for documenting the lives of the planter elite that dominated much of the antebellum South. — Series A:  South Caroliniana Library (41 reels). — Part 1: Papers of James Henry Hammond, 1795-1865, planter and secessionist leader in the U.S. Senate (15 reels). — Part 2:  Includes papers of rice plantations, lowcountry cotton plantations, and upcountry and piedmont plantations (26 reels). — Series B:  S. C. Historical Society.  Emphasis on Charleston district (10 reels). — Series C:  Library of Congress. — Part 1: Virginia planters (8 reels). — Part 2: Two S. C. attorneys and others (5 reels). — Series D:  Maryland Historical Society.  Includes 18th C. records, and records of plantations with fewer than 10 slaves (14 reels). — Series E: Univ. of Va. Library.  Records of plantations prior to closing of slave trade; Berkeley family papers, from 1653 to 1865; Southside Va. planters (39 reels). — Series F:  Duke Univ. Library.  Includes records of C. C. Clay and Henry Watson of Alabama; papers of plantations of "rice barons" of low-country S. C. and Ga.; records of upper South plantations (84 reels). — Series G:  University of Texas Library.  Papers of Perry family, migrating with Austin party (44 reels); Massie papers, remarkably full records in 188 vv. of plantation affairs, 1820 to 1865 (45 reels). — Series H:  Tulane University Library and Louisana State Museum.  Includes records of two free black slaveholders, and records documenting New Orleans' development (30 reels). — Series I:  Louisiana State Univ.  Records of sugar barons' plantations; cotton culture of lower Mississippi, including Natchez area (47 reels). — Series J:  Southern Historical Collection.  Large and diverse selection, including records of plantations in tobacco culture of N.C., Tenn., and Ky., Ruffin papers of Va., etc. (171 reels).
microfm E381 Mic.
Slave records—Southern States/ Plantation owners—Southern States—Correspondence/ Plantation life—Southern States—Sources/ Southern States—History—1775-1865—Sources/ Southern States—Genealogy.

313.  Slavery in ante-bellum Southern industries .  editorial advisor,  Charles B. Dew. 28 microfilm reels . Black Studies Research Sources. Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1991-.
Accompanied by printed guide with call number W356870.
   Collection includes records of industrial and mining companies; business and personal correspondence of industrialists, their managers, financiers, and customers; documents relating to the purchase, hire, medical care, and provisioning of slave laborers; descriptions of production processes; journals recording costs and income.  Though selections concentrate on the antebellum period, several runs of records extend well beyond the Civil War.  Enterprises include copper mine in Tennessee, gold mine in Georgia, ironworks and coal mine in Virginia, turpentine works in North Carolina, sawmill, gold mine, and slate mine in Georgia.
microfm E441.S64 1991 Mic.
Slave labor—Southern States—Sources/ Slave labor—Southern States—History—19th century—Sources/ Southern States—Industry—History—19th century—Sources/ Factory system—Southern States—History—19th century—Sources/ Duke University—Library.

314.  Slave narratives, a folk history of slavery in the United States from interviews with former slaves : typewritten records.  17 v. in 33.  Mounted photographs.   11 reels . Washington, D. C.: Library of Congress, 1970.
 Indexed in: An introductory essay and subject index to selected interviews from the slave narrative collection.
    Typewritten records prepared by the Federal Writers Project, 1936-1938, assembled by the Library of Congress project, Work Projects Administration, for the District of Columbia.  Sponsored by the Library of Congress.  Illustrated with photographs.
Mic  microfm E444.F27 1941.
Slavery in the United States—conditions of slaves/ African-Americans—biography/ African-American studies.

315.  Papers of Robert F. W. Allston papers. Robert F. W. Allston, and South Carolina Historical Society 476 microfiches . Spartanburg, S.C: Reprint Co, 1985.
Includes: shelf list, index, calendar and author's biography. The original manuscripts are owned by the South Carolina Historical Society.
   Alston, 1801-1864, was a West Point cadet, Georgetown Co. rice planter, S. C. surveyor general, S.C. legislator, S.C. governor, and planter.  Papers include account books and papers dealing with his plantations, family; Indian fighting in west, settlement of slaveowners in Kansas, etc. Extensive materials dealing with his plantations and slaves.  Also papers of other family members, 1732-1896.
Mic microfcF 20.
Plantation life—South Carolina—History—Sources/ Rice—Planting/ Slaves—South Carolina—History—Sources.

316.  Ball papers, 1631-1891. South Carolina Historical Society 52 microfiches . Spartanburg, S.C: Reprint Co, 1985.
Original manuscripts are owned by the South Carolina Historical Society.
   Inventory included.  Papers include correspondence, estate papers, slave registers, account books.
Mic microfcF 21.
Ball family/ Plantation life—South Carolina—History—Sources/ Rice—Planting/ Slaves—South Carolina—History—Sources.

317.  Chesnut, Miller, Manning papers.  115 microfiches . Spartanburg, S.C: Reprint Co, 1985.
Includes shelf list, index and calendar. The original manuscripts are owned by the South Carolina Historical Society.
   James Chesnut, Jr., 1815-1885, US Senator, Camden, S. C. planter, and Confederate military aide.  Collection includes military, political, family, and plantation letters, receipts, and other papers.  James Chesnut, Sr., 1773-1866, Camden, S. C. planter and politician.  Political, land, and family papers and account books.  John Chesnut, 1743-1818,  Camden, S. C. merchant and planter.  Business, land, and legal papers.  John L. Manning, 1816-1889, S. C. politician and aide to General Beauregard, S.C. governor.  Political, family, and plantation papers; Civil War papers.  Stephen D. Miller, 1787-1838.  Stateburg, S. C. planter, lawyer, S. C. governor, and U.S. Senator.  Political and plantation papers and accounts.   
Mic microfcF 23.
Chesnut, James/ Miller, Stephen Decatur/ Manning, John Laurence/ Agriculture—South Carolina—History—Sources/ Plantation life—South Carolina—History—Sources/ Slaves—South Carolina—History—Sources.

318.  Papers and correspondence, 1790-1823. Robert Goodloe 1765-1835 Harper.
           Harper was attorney; influential Federalist; Congressman from S. C.; and later U. S. Senator from Maryland.  Member of Maryland State Colonization Society, and led the movement to settle former slaves in Liberia.  Contents:  Misc. letters, 1790-1823; printed letters, 1796-1801.
Microfm E144 Mic.
Harper, Robert Goodloe, 1765-1825.

319.  Manigault papers, 1750-1900.  100 microfiches . Spartanburg, S.C: Reprint Company, 1985.
The original manuscripts are owned by the South Carolina Historical Society. Includes the calendar of the Manigault family papers.
   Calendar reproduced on fiches 1-3.  Papers include correspondence, plantation records, etc. 
Mic microfcF 22.
Manigault family/ Plantation life—South Carolina—History—Sources/ Rice—Planting/ Slaves—South Carolina—History—Sources.

320.  Slavery and antislavery pamphlets : from the libraries of Salmon P. Chase and John P. Hale. Dartmouth College. Library. Microfilm ed ed. 5 reels . Ann Arbor, Michigan: Xerox University Microfilms in collaboration with Dartmouth College Library, 1970.
   Roughly 170 items covering the period from 1839-1865.
microfm E342 Mic.
Antislavery movements—United States/ Chase, Salmon P., 1808-1873/ Hale, John P., 1806-1873.

321.  The papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845. Thomas Fowell Sir Buxton 17 microfilm reels . Brighton, Sussex, England: Harvester Press Microform Publications, 1984.
Accompanied by calendar (CD1040.L72 v.13), which also appears at the beginning of the film.  Alternate title:  The Slave trade papers:  The papers of Sir Thomas Fowell-Buxton, Abolitionist and Reformer, 1786-1845, from Rhodes House Library, Oxford.
   Sir Thomas Fowell-Buxton was a major figure in the British anti-slavery movement, concerned not only with the abolition of slavery in the British empire, but also with the suppression of slave trade on the high seas.  His papers also document a variety of other reform movements, as well as the colonization movement in Africa. 
microfm DA506.B88 Mic.
Buxton, Thomas Fowell/ Slavery—Great Britain—Anti-slavery movements—History—Sources/ Great Britain—Politics and government—1800-1837—Sources/ Slave trade papers:  The papers of Sir Thomas Fowell-Buxton, Abolitionist and Reformer, 1786-1845, from Rhodes House Library, Oxford.

322.  The Rhodes House anti-slavery papers.  comp.,  Howard R. Temperley. 2 reels . British Records Relating to America in Microform. East Ardsely [Eng.]: Micro Methods.
Facsimile of the original manuscripts.
   Material relating to America from the anti-slavery collection in Rhodes House, Oxford.  Mainly 1839-1868.
Microfm HT20 Mic.
Slavery—Emancipation.

323.  Estlin papers from Dr. William's library, Gordon Square, London. John Bishop 1785-1855 Estlin, editor,  Gloria Claire Taylor. 6 reels . British Records Relating to America in Microform. East Ardsley [Eng.]: Micro Methods.
   Surgeon, advocate of vaccination.  Reformer, advocate of temperance, abolition of slavery, instruction of the poor, religious toleration, suppression of medical impostures.
microfilm E280 Mic.
Slavery in the U. S./ Abolitionists.

324.  Papers of the Pennsylvania Abolitionist Society. Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery 5 reels . Philadelphia: Historic Publications, 1969.
           This collection is owned by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.  Includes the minutes from 1787 to 1916, and an unusually extensive manuscript collection dating from 1787 through 1868.  The collection is summarized and analyzed in a history of the Society by William J. Buck, which is in manuscript form included herein.
microfm E335 Mic.
Slavery in the U.S.—Societies/ Slavery in the U.S.—Pennsylvania/ Abolitionists/ Pennsylvania Historical Society.

325.  The papers of Frederick Douglass. Frederick Douglass 34 reels . Washington: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1974.
     Born into slavery, Frederick Douglass (c. 1817-1895) was one of the nineteenth century's leading opponents of slavery and advocates of equality for blacks.  After escaping from bondage, Douglass became an active agent of abolitionist organizations and editor of an abolitionist newspaper.  During the Civil War he recruited blacks for the Union Army. After the War, he fought for equality for blacks and women, improved educational opportunities, and a variety of related causes.  He received several government appointments, including Secretary of the Santo Domingo Commission (1887), and minister to Haiti (1889-1891).
   This collection of Douglass's papers relates particularly to his career during and after the Civil War, and contains correspondence, consisting principally of letters received (index to the correspondence included); speeches and lectures, including most of those delivered between 1865 and 1895; articles; financial papers; and legal files."
   Includes index and register by David E. Mathisen.
Mic  microfm E449.D75 1975 .
Douglass, Frederick.

326.  [Abolitionist periodicals from the Library of Congress].  54 rolls of 35mm microfilm .
   Although these titles are grouped as a set under the title "Abolitionist Periodicals" by the Library of Congress Photoduplication service, in fact some of them deal with post-bellum Blacks in the South, and others may be only loosely related to abolitionism.  American Citizen, 1845-1846. — American Jubliee, 1854-55. — Anti-Slavery Bugle, 1851-61. — Black Diamond, 1892-95. — Cradle of Liberty, 1839-41. — Emancipator and Republican, 1843. — Fair Record of the Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon. — Free American, 1839-41. — Free Soiler, 1850. — Free State Rally and Texan Chain Breaker, 1845-46. — Freedom's Journal, 1829. — Friend of Man, 1836. — Gerrit Smith Banner, 1858. — Herald of Freedom, 1845-46. — Lunar Visitor. — Model Worker, 1848. — National Union Gazette. — New York Evangelist, 1830. — North Star, 1847-51. — Patriot, 1837-38. — Radical Abolitionist, 1855. — Regenerator, 1844-45. — Rhode Island Freeman, 1854-55. — Southern Letter, 1889-1927. — Southern Workman, 1872-1939. — Weekly Advocate and the Colored American, 1841. — West Philadelphia Hospital Register, 1863. — Zion's Watchman, 1836-39.
Titles cataloged as separate titles.
Abolitionist movement—periodicals/ Slavery, abolition—periodicals/ African-Americans—periodicals.

327.  [African-american newspapers, from Library of Congress].  169 rolls of microfilm .
   Holdings notes:  FIM:  Few issues missing; SIM:  some issues missing; MIM:  many issues missing.  If no number of reels is specified, holdings of title are limited to a short run, or only scattered issues.  Advance (Wilmington, DE). — Africo American Presbyterian (Seattle). — Afro American (Baltimore), 1893-1989. — Afro American Advocate (Fort Worth). — Afro American Sentinel (Omaha), 1896-1899, 1 reel, SIM. — Afro Independent (St. Paul). — Afro-American Advance (Minneapolis). — Afro-American Citizen (Charleston, S. C.). — Aliened America (Cleveland), 1953. — American (Coffeyville, KS), 1898-99, 1 reel, SIM. — American Citizen (Kansas City), 1889-1907, 6 reels, MIM. — American Citizen (Topeka), 1888-1889), 1 reel. — American Citizen (Baltimore). — American Eagle (St. Louis). — American Guide (Little Rock) . — American Negro (Springfield, Mo.). — Appeal (St. Paul), 1889-1892, 1894-1897, 5 reels. — Arkansas Freeman (Little Rock). — Arkansas Weekly Mansion (Little Rock), 1880, 1883-1884, 1 reel, FIM. — Atchison Blade (Atchison, KS), 1892-1894), 1 reel, FIM. — Atlanta Age. — Augusta Union (Augusta, GA). — Baptist Headlight (Topeka), 1893-1894. — Benevolent Banner (Topeka), 1887. — Black Republican and Office-Holders Journal (New York), 1865. — Republican (New Orleans). — Boston Black Advance, 1900. — Boston Courant. — Broad Ax (Chicago), 1899-1927, 8 reels, FIM. — Broad Ax (Salt Lake City), 1895-1899, 2 reels. — Broad Axe (St. Paul), 1891-1903, 4 reels. — Bulletin (Louisville). — Charleston Advocate (Charleston), 1867. — Chicago Eagle. — Chicago World, 1900. — Christian Banner (Philadelphia), 1900. — Cleveland Gazette, 1883-1945, 20 reels, SIM. — Colorado Statesman (Denver). — Colored American(Augusta, GA), 1894-1904, 6 reels, FIM. — Colored Citizen (Fort Scott, KS), 1878, 1 reel. — Colored Citizen (Topeka), 1878-1900, 1 reel. — Colored Citizen (Cincinnati). — Colored Patriot (Topeka). — Colored Tennessean (Nashville), 1865-1866. — Colored Visitor (Logansport, IN). — Columbus Chronicle (GA). — Columbus Standard (OH), 1901. — Commonwealth (Baltimore), 1915. — Concordia Eagle (Vidalia LA), 1875-1883. — Conservator (Chicago), 1882-1886. — Crusader (New Orleans). — Daily American Citizen (Kansas City, KS), 1897-1900, 1 reel. — Dallas Express. — Defender (Philadelphia), 1900. — Detroit Informer. — Echo (St Martinsville, LA). — Elevator (San Francisco), 1865-1898, 1 reel, MIM. — Enterprise (Omaha), 1895-1900, 1 reel, MIM. — Evening Call (Topeka), 1893. — Florida Evangelist (Jacksonville). — Florida Sentinel (Pensacola). — Frederick Douglass Paper (Rochester), 1856-1860. — Free American (Columbus, OH), 1887. — Free Mans Press (Austin). — Free Press (Charleston). — Free State (Brandon, MS). — Freeman (Indianapolis), 1886-1916, 17 reels, SIM. — Freemans Journal (Galveston). — Gazette (Raleigh), 1893-1898. — Gazette and Land Bulletin (Waycross, GA). — Georgetown Planet (SC), 1873. — Golden Rule (Vicksburg), 1900. — Guide (Oklahoma City), 1898-1903, 1 reel, FIM. — Herald of Kansas (Topeka), 1880. — Historic Times (Lawrence, KS), 1891. — Huntsville Gazette (AL), 1881-1894, 5 reels, SIM. — Huntsville Star (AL). — Illinois Record (Springfield), 1897-1899, 1 reel. — Independent (Houston). — Indianapolis World. — Iowa Baptist Standard (Des Moines), 1897. — Iowa State Bystander (Des Moines), 1896-1900, 2 reels, SIM. — Item (Dallas). — Jackson Headlight (Tennessee), 1900. — Justice (Chattanooga). — Kansas Blackman (Topeka), 1894. — Kansas City Observer (MO). — Kansas Headlight (Wichita), 1894. — LUnion (New Orleans), 1862-1864. — Langston City Herald (OH), 1891-1900, 1 reel, SIM. — Le Dimanche (New Orleans). — Leader (Washington, D. C.)1889. — Leavenworth Advocate (KS), 1888-1891, 1 reel, FIM. — Leavenworth Herald (KS), 1894-1898, 2 reels, SIM. — Lexington Standard (KY). — Light (Vickburg). — Loyal Georgian (Augusta). — Macon Sentinel (GA). — Maryville Republican (TN), 1876. — Midland Express (Boyton, VA). — Minneapolis Observer. — Mirror of the Times (San Francisco). — Missonary Record (Charleston, S. C.), 1873. — Missouri Messenger (Macon). — Montgomery Enterprise (AL). — National Baptist World  (Wichita), 1894. — National Leader (Washington, D. C.). — National Pilot (Petersburg, VA). — National Reflector (Wichita), 1895-1897, 1 reel, SIM. — National Savings Bank (Washington), 1868. — Negro Appeal (Annapolis). — Negro World (St. Paul), 1892-1892. — Negro World (Knoxville), 1887-1891. — New Orleans Daily Creole, 1856-57, 1 reel, FIM. — New Orleans Tribune 1864-1869 4 reels. — New York Age 1887-1900, 2 reels. — New York Freeman 1885-1887. — New York Globe 1883-1884, 1 reel, SIM. — Nicodemus Cyclone (Nicodemus, KS), 1887-1888. — Nicodemus Enterprise (Nicodemus, KS), 1887. — Northern Star and Freemans Advocate (Albany, NY), 1842-1843. — Northwestern Recorder (Milwaukee), 1892-93. — Oakland Sunshine (California), 1915-1922. — Observer (Baton Rouge). — Odd Fellows Journal (Philadelphia), 1900. — Ohio Falls Express (Louisville). — Ohio Standard and Observer  (Xenia). — Oil City Afro-American (Corsicana, TX). — Parsons Weekly Blade (KS), 1892-1900, 3 reels, SIM. — Paul Quinn Weekly (Waco), 1900. — Peoples Advocate (Washington, DC), 1879-1884. — Peoples Advocate (Alexandria), 1876, 1 reel. — Peoples Friend (Wichita). — Peoples Recorder (Columbia). — Peoples Friend (Topeka), 1896. — Pine Bluff Weekly Herald. — Pioneer Press (Martinsburg, WV), 1890-1915. — Pittsburg Plain Dealer (KS), 1899-1900, 1 reel, SIM. — Plaindealer (Detroit), 3 reels . — Plaindealer (Topeka). — Portland New Age (OR), 1905-1907, 4 reels, MIM. — Progress (Omaha), 1890-1900. — Race Standard (Baltimore). — Recorder (Indianapolis), 1899-1900, 1 reel . — Reformer (Richmond, VA), 1900-1905. — Reporter (Helena, AR). — Republican Courier (New Orleans), 1899-1900. — Richmond Planet, 1885-1890, 3 reels. — Rights of All Men (New York), 1829. — Rising Son (Kansas City, MO), 1900-1907 2 reels . — Rock Hill Messenger (SC). — San Francisco Vindicator, 1887-1889. — Savannah Weekly Echo, 1883-1884. — Seattle Republican. — Sedalia Times, 1901-1905, 1 reel, MIM. — Sentinel (Trenton), 1880-1882, 1 reel, FIM. — South Carolina Leader (Charleston), 1865-1866. — Southern Argus (Ft Scott, KS), 1891-1892. — Southern Indicator (Columbia), 1921-1923. — Southern News (Richmond). — Southern Republican (New Orleans), 1899-1900. — St. Louis Palladium, 1903-1907, 3 reels, SIM. — State Capitol (Springfield, IL), 1891-92). — State Journal (Harrisburg), 1883-1885, 3 reels, MIM. — State Ledger (Topeka), 1892-1906. — Statesman (Denver). — Tennessean (Nashville). — Tennessee Star (Nashville). — Pacific Appeal (San Francisco). — Times-Observer (Topeka), 1891-92, 1 reel. — Topeka Tribune (1880, 1 reel. — Torchlight Appeal (Birmingham). — True Reformer (Littleton, NC), 1900. — Union (New Orleans), 1863-64. — Virginia Star (Richmond), 1877-1882. — Voice of Missions (Charlotte), 1889. — Washington Bee, 1882-1922, 19 reels, MIM. — Washington Grit, 1883-1884, 1 reel, FIM. — Weekly Anglo-African (New York), 1859-60. — Weekly Avalanche (Des Moines), 1893. — Weekly Call (Topeka), 1891-1898, 2 reels, MIM. — Weekly Defiance (Atlanta). — Weekly Louisianian (New Orleans), 1870-1882, 3 reels . — Weekly Loyal Georgian (Augusta), 1866-1868. — Weekly Pelican (New Orleans), 1886-1889, 1 reel, MIM. — Weekly Review (New Albany, IN) 1881. — Western Appeal (St. Paul), 1885, 1887-88, 1 reel, MIM. — Western Christian Recorder (Kansas City, KS), 1898-99, 1 reel. — Western Cyclone (Nicodemus, KS), 1886-87. — Western Enterprise (Colorado Springs). — Western Outlook (Oakland, CA), 1894. — Western Star (Houston), 1900. — Wichita Searchlight, 1900-1912, 6 reels, SIM. — Wichita Tribune, 1898-1899. — Wide Awake (Coffeyville, KS), 1891, 1 reel. — Wisconsin Afro-American (Milwaukee), 1892. — Wisconsin Weekly Advocate (Milwaukee), 1898-1907, 4 reels, MIM. — World (Atlanta).
Titles cataloged as separates.
African-Americans—Newspapers.

328.  Records of The National Association of Colored Women's Clubs, 1895-1992 [microform]:  Part I:  Minutes of national conventions, publications, and president's office corrrespondence. National Association of Colored Women's Clubs (U.S.), consulting editor,  Lillian Serece Williams. 26 reels . Black Studies Research Sources)(Research Collections in Women's Studies. Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1993-.
Printed guide has call number E185.86.B64 1994.
   In local women's clubs African-American women pooled their resources, coordinated their efforts, raised funds, launched charitable initiatives, and founded schools, hospitals, homes for delinquent youth, mother's clubs as they struggled against prejudice.  Collection includes publications of state and local NACWC affiliates, including histories of many state and local clubs; National Convention minutes, 1895-1992; National Notes, 1897-1992, a quarterly periodical reporting on affiliates; President's office correspondence from 1920 through 1958.
microfm E185.86.N36N374 1993 Mic.
National Association of Colored Women's Clubs (U.S.)—Archives/ Afro-American women—Societies and clubs—Archives/ Afro-American women—History—Sources/ Women—Societies and clubs—Archives.

329.  The papers of W.E.B. Du Bois, 1803-1965 [microfilm]. W. E. B. 1877-1963 Du Bois 89 microfilm reels . Sanford, N.C: Microfilming Corp. of America, 1980.
Accompanying guide to the microfilm edition has call no. E185.97.D8M2.
           Papers of first black sociologist, a founder of Niagara Movement, leader of NAACP, prolific historian and author, eventually a proponent of black separatism.  Papers include correspondence with many important figures of his era.
microfm E372 Mic.
Du Bois, W. E. B, 1868-1963/ Afro-Americans—Civil rights—History—Manuscripts/ Afro-Americans—History—1877-1964—Manuscripts/ United States—Race relations—Manuscripts/ Afro-Americans—Civil rights—History—Sources/ Afro-Americans—History—1877-1964—Sources/ United States—Race relations—Sources/ Manuscripts—Massachusetts—Amherst.

330.  [Du Bois papers][19—?-1951]. W. E. B. Du Bois 1 v. (various pagings); 1 microfilm reel . [Nashville, Tenn.: Fisk University Library], 1978.
See 89-reel Papers of W. E. B. DuBois, 1803-1965, at microfm E185.97.D8M2 Mic, described in  this Guide.
   Typescripts with handwritten emendations.
microfm E363 Mic.
Afro-Americans—History—Addresses, essays, lectures.

331.  [Du Bois newspaper clipping books].  1 v. (various pagings) [1924-1936].
See 89-reel Papers of W. E. B. DuBois, 1803-1965, at microfm E185.97.D8M2 Mic, described in  this Guide.
microfm E364 Mic.
Du Bois, W. E. B., 1868-1963.

332.  FBI file on W.E.B. Du Bois. United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation 1 microfilm reel . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, [1996?].
Printed guide at E185.97.D73 F35 1996.
   FBI documents from the years 1942-1963, reflecting Du Bois's support of and participation in Communist organizations, his anti-American statements issued abroad, and the statements that his supporters made to defend him against charges of communism.
Mic  microfm E185.97.D73F35 1996.
Du Bois, W. E. B/ United States—Federal Bureau of Investigation/ Afro-Americans—Politics and government.

333.  Papers of the NAACP .  editors,  Randolph Boehm August Meier. 283 reels . Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, [1982?]-.
Accompanying guide has call no. E185.5.N245G88.  General note: All parts of the Papers published before 1997 are held by cooperating libraries in Illinois. For a detailed schedule of holdings see CCMCC NAACP Papers at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://www.uic.edu/depts/lib/projects/resources/naacp/ .  Cataloging records for parts held by the University of Chicago Library will appear in the Library's online catalogs.
   The NAACP is the nation's oldest and most important civil rights organization.  Materials in this collection are selected principally from files in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress.  Library has Parts 1-5, 15-16:.  Part 1 (28 reels): Meetings of the Board of Directors, Records of Annual Conferences, Major Speeches, and Special Reports, 1909-1950.  Provides the central organizational records of the first 40 years of the organization.  Special reports on issues such as the KKK, discrimination in public employment, depiction of blacks in motion pictures, economic equality, black victims of crime, church and civil rights, misconceptions regarding heredity and the intelligence of blacks, and attitudes of black youth. — Part 2 (20 reels):  Personal Correspondence of Selected NAACP Officials, 1919-1939.  Included are selections from Thurgood Marshall, Walter White, Charles Houston, Juanita Jackson, James Weldon Johnson, Roy Wilkins, and others. — Part 3 (43 reels):   Campaign for Educational Equality, 1913-1950.  Documents legal battle to achieve unrestricted access to educational institutions.  Files of the Garland Fund, teacher salary cases, university admissions cases, local school cases leading up to Brown v. Board of Education. — Part 4 (13 reels):  Voting Rights Campaign, 1916-1950.  Complete NAACP legal department files and subject files related to voting rights:  White primary cases; grandfather clause; literacy tests; registration abuses; intimidation and violence; poll taxes; legislative apportionment in the South; and women's suffrage. — Part 5  (23 reels):  Campaign against Residential Segregation, 1914-1955.  Covers NAACP's efforts to combat segregation ordinances, restrictive covenants, discriminatory zoning ordinances, violence and mob actions against blacks, and discrimination in federal housing projects. — Part 15:  Segregation and discrimination, Complaints and responses, 1940-1955, ser. A, Legal Dept. files (19 reels), and ser. B, Administrative files (15 reels). — Part 16:  Board of Directors correspondence and Committee materials, ser. A, 1919-1939 (8 reels); ser. B, 1940-1955 (24 reels). — Part 16 supp. (12 reels):  Board of Directors files, 1956-1965.
microfm E370 Mic.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People/ School integration—Southern States/ Afro-Americans—Civil rights—United States.

334.  FBI file on the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation 4 microfilm reels . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, [1990?].
Printed guide at E185.5.N276F3 1990 Guide.
   Officially entitled FBI File on the communist infiltration of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), these files cover the years 1923 to 1957 and reflect the Bureau investigation into the NAACP's supposed connections with the Communist party.  The records contain information on each branch of the NAACP.
Mic  microfm E185.5.N276F3 1990.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People/ United States—Federal Bureau of Investigation/ Afro-Americans—Civil rights—History—20th century—Sources/ Civil rights movements—United States—History—20th century—Sources/ Civil rights and socialism—United States—History—20th century—Sources/ United States—Race relations—History—20th century—Sources.

335.  The Peonage files of the U.S. Department of Justice, 1901-1945 .  editor,  Pete Daniel. 26 reels . Black Studies Research Resources:  Microfilms From Major Archival and Manuscript Collections. Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1987.
Guide to the microfilm collection has call no. HD4875.P461 1989.
   An important economic feature of the early 20th century south was peonage, or debt peonage.  Plantation owners held laborers in debt, and forced them to remain on the premises to work off their debt, often by violence or intimidation.  The system functioned as a kind of substitute for the antebellum slave system.  Collection comprises the peonage files of the Justice Department from 1901 to 1945, including complaints to the department from local US attorneys, private individuals, and organizations such as the NAACP; internal legal memoranda, depositions by witnesses, briefs, trial transcripts; and investigations conducted by the FBI.  Peonage was also a feature of industries as well, and the collection provides information on many features of the economic history of the South, especially wages, labor conditions, and labor recruitment.
microfm HD4875.P46 1987 Mic.
Peonage—United States—Sources/ Civil rights—United States—History—20th century—Sources/ United States—Dept. of Justice—Archives.

336.  Black workers in the era of great migration, 1916-1929.  editor,  James R. Grossman. 25 reels . Black Studies Research Collections:  Microfilms From Major Archival and Manuscript Collections. Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1985.
Accompanying guide to the collection on microfilm has call no. E185.8.S34.
           The period of the First World War saw a rapid increase in black migration from the rural south to urban centers in the industrialized north.  The same period saw a great expansion of government control over the economy; several basic industries vital to the war effort came under federal control.  Collection comprises records created by these wartime agencies that focus upon the operations and labor conditions of several such industries and on black workers.  Collection also includes records from agencies that studied black workers in the '20's, including the  Department of Labor, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, and the U.S. Census Bureau.
microfm E374 Mic.
Afro-Americans—Employment/ Grossman, James R.

337.  Transcripts of the hearings of the House Select Committee that investigated the race riots in East St. Louis, 1917. United States. Congress. House. Select Committee to Investigate Conditions in Illinois and Missouri Interfering with Interstate Commerce between These States 7 reels . National Archive Microfilm Publications, M1167. Washington, D.C: National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1981.
microfm F549.E2T726 1981 Mic.
Riots—Illinois—East Saint Louis/ African-American studies.

338.  Federal surveillance of Afro-Americans, 1917-1925 : the First World War, the Red Scare, and the Garvey movement.  editor,  Theodore Kornweibel. 25 microfilm reels . Black Studies Research Sources. Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1985.
Accompanying guide has call no. E185.F43 1986.
   The entry of the U.S. into the First World War precipitated a sudden increase in government surveillance of American citizens by the military, the postal service, and, especially, the Bureau of Investigation, precursor of the FBI.  This collection includes every relevant Bureau file concerning political activity by black groups, periodicals, and individuals, including Marcus Garvey, W.E.B. DuBois, James Weldon Johnson, Jack Johnson, A. Philip Randolph.  Also included are Bureau files on the  Chicago Defender, Baltimore Afro-American, Crisis, and Messenger.  Collection also includes records from files of Army's Military Intelligence Division, Department of State, Office of Naval Intelligence, and six other agencies.  Topics of files include censorship of militant publications, Pan-American Congress, and transcripts of Marcus Garvey's trial.
microfm E185.F43 1985 Mic.
Afro-Americans—History—Sources.

339.  FBI file on Elijah Muhammad.  3 microfilm reels . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, [1995?].
Printed guide at BP223.Z8 E454 1996.
   Born Elijah Poole in 1897, "the Messenger of Allah" assumed leadership of the movement later known as the Nation of Islam in 1934.  The file contains material the FBI collected to show immoral, subversive, or criminal activity in order to discredit him as a leader of the Nation of Islam.
Mic  microfm BP223.Z8E454 1995 .
Elijah Muhammad/ United States—Federal Bureau of Investigation/ Black Muslims—History—Sources/ Afro-Americans—History—Sources.

340.  FBI file on A. Philip Randolph. United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation 1 microfilm reel . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, [1990?].
Randolph (1889-1979), an outspoken black labor leader, organizer of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, elected vice president of AFL-CIO in 1955.  File includes memos and correspondence, most dating from the 1940's with some coverage into the early 1960's.
   Printed guide at E185.97.R27 F2 1990.
Mic  microfm E185.97.R27F352 1990.
Randolph, A. Philip/ Randolph, A. Philip/ Randolph, A. Philip/ United States—Federal Bureau of Investigation/ Afro-Americans—Biography—Sources/ Labor unions, Black—United States—History—20th century—Sources/ Afro-Americans—Civil rights—History—20th century—Sources/ Civil rights movements—United States—History—20th century—Sources/ Civil rights workers—United States—Biography—Sources/ United States—Race relations—History—20th century—Sources.

341.  FBI file on Paul Robeson. Paul Robeson 2 microfilm reels . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 1987.
Printed guide at E743.5.F34 1987 Guide.
   The FBI's investigation of actor/singer Paul Robeson contributed significantly to the ruin of his career.  This file includes all the bureau reports on Robeson and his wife, news clippings on his activities and speeches, and transcripts of his telephone conversations.
Mic  microfm E743.5.F34 1987.
Robeson, Paul/ Robeson, Eslanda Cardozo Goode/ United States—Federal Bureau of Investigation/ Governmental investigations—United States.

342.  FBI file on Roy Wilkins. United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation 1 microfilm reel . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 1990?
Index to files, "Roll Call" at head of film. Covers the years 1958 to 1969.
   Wilkins was a prominent member of the NAACP, serving as acting secretary and later as executive secretary.  He was a key figure in the prevention of Communist infiltration of the NAACP.  The FBI file contain many Black Panther documents critical of Wilkins.
Mic  microfm E185.97.W69F251 1990.
Wilkins, Roy/ United States—Federal Bureau of Investigation.

343.  Communist infiltration of the SCLC : FBI investigation file. United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation 9 microfilms . Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1984.
   From 1958 through 1980, the FBI compiled a file of over 13,000 pages on the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC).  The rationale for this was in the bureau's words, "to ascertain the degree of Communist party influence on the SCLC, which continues to be the primary activist organization in the civil rights movement.  With file is J. Edgar Hoover's 269 page "Official and Confidential File on Martin Luther King".
Mic _  microfm  _ E185.61.C725.
King, Martin Luther/ Southern Christian Leadership Conference.

344.  FBI file on the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation 2 microfilm reels . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, [1991?].
Indexed by: Guide to the microfilm edition of the FBI file on the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) at E185.61 .U46 1991.
   Committee was organized in 1960 to encourage voter registration for blacks in the Deep South.  Under Stokely Carmichael the group pushed for economic enfranchisement and advocated black supremacy.  The FBI maintained a file on SNCC under the belief that Communists were infiltrating its leadership.  This file contains reports from m19 cities, including Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, and San Francisco.  Each section is chronological, spanning 1964 to 1973.
Mic  microfm E185.61.F355 1991.
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)/ Afro-Americans—Civil rights—History—20th century—Sources.

345.  FBI file on Malcolm X. United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation 10 reels of microfilm . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, [1995?].
36 p. printed guide at  E185.97.L5 F23 1996.
   File documents Malcolm X's activities from his release in prison until his assassination in 1965, including his involvement on behalf of the Nation of Islam, his relationship with the Socialist Workers Party and the May 2nd Committee, newspaper articles relating to Malcolm, his break with Elijah Muhammed, his establishment of the Muslim Mosque, Inc., his founding of the Organization of Afro-American Unity, etc.  Includes FBI memoranda from 1953 to1971.
Mic  microfm E185.97.L5F23 1995.
X, Malcolm/ United States—Federal Bureau of Investigation/ Black Muslims.

346.  FBI file on the Black Panther Party—North Carolina. United States Federal Bureau of Investigation 2 microfilms . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources Inc, [1986].
Guide has call no. E185.615.G84.
   Files trace apparent efforts of the Black Panther Party to establish chapters, and perhaps, a statewide organization in North Carolina, spanning the years from 1968 to 1976.  Contains mainly surveillance reports and related memoranda, but also correspondence within the FBI, legal memoranda, Black Panther Party publications, transcriptions of speeches by spokespersons of the BPP, etc.  Includes information about BP's national headquaters as well as its operations in Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, Newark, New York, and New Haven.
Mic _  microfm  _ E185.615.F15.
Black Panther Party.

347.  Civil rights during the Johnson administration, 1963-1969 : a collection from the holdings of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library, Austin Texas .  18 microfilm reels . Black Studies Research Sources:  Microfilms From Major Archival and Manuscript Collections. Fredrick, MD: University Publications of America, 1984-.
A printed reel guide has call no. JC599.U5L43. pt. 1. The White House central files (15 reels) — pt. 2. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission: Administrative history (3 reels).
           Johnson's administration led passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act that sought to eliminate segregation in public accommodations and education; the 1965 Voting Rights Act; and the 1968 Fair Housing Act.  Collection comprises documents from the White House Central Files (which include internal memoranda circulated between the president and his advisors, as well as correspondence between the administration and influential individuals and groups outside the White House) and the White House Aides Files (the working papers of presidential assistants who counseled the president, including memoranda and reports prepared for the president).  Part 2 of the collection is an unpublished narrative history of the EEO.
microfm JC599.U5C56 Mic.
Civil rights—United States/ United States—Politics and government—1963-1969/ Johnson, Lyndon Baines.

348.  Transcripts, depositions, consultants' reports, and selected documents. California.  Governor's Commission on the Los Angeles Riots 5 reels . Los Angeles: 1965.
Originals in Library of Congress.
microfm E256 Mic.
Los Angeles—Riot, 1965/ Los Angeles—Race question.

349.  Facts on film.  342 reels . Nashville: Southern Education Reporting Service, [196?—].
Printed indexes at HT1501.F18.
   A collection of published materials on the subject of civil rights and race relations assembled by the Southern Education Reporting Service from 1954.  Service was founded by Southern newspaper editors and educators to provide accurate and unbiased information on developments in these areas.  Includes editorials, articles, transcripts of Supreme Court hearings, reports, editorial cartoons, speeches, pamphlets, bibliographies, etc.  Base collection covers May, 1954 to June 1958, with annual supplements through end of 1973.
microfm HT15 Mic.
School integration—Southern States/ Afro-Americans—Civil rights—United States.

350.  African biographical archive (AfBA) =  Archives biographiques africaines.  editor Victor Herrero Mediavilla. 457 microfiches . London New York: K.G. Saur, 1993.
   A single-alphabet cumulation of 231 original biographical reference works, published up to 1990, covering the continent in both its chronological and territorial entirety, containing approximately 75,000 individuals from the age of the Pharaohs to the present day, including immigrants and settlers, explorers, missionaries, etc.   Indexed by three-volume African biographical index CT1920 .A37 1999.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
RR  microfc CT1920.A375 1993.
Africa—Biography.

351.  Colonial maps & drawings.  Netherlands. Algemeen Rijksarchief. Afdeling Kaarten & Tekeningen 1579 microfiches .
   Cartographers and artists were employed by the United Dutch East India Company, the West India Company, and other agencies to chart waters, trace river courses, sound harbors, record fortifications, and sketch views of Dutch and indigenous settlements.  Divided into sections:  Atlases; Europe; Africa; Asia; Australia; North America; Caribbean; South America. Approximately 9,100 maps, charts, drawings in all, dating from 1583 and the early 19th century.  For full description, including reference to finding aids, see entry in General Works and Special Subjects section of this Guide.
microfc JV2511.N484 1992 Mic.
Netherlands—Colonies—Description and travel/ Netherlands—Colonies—Geography/ Netherlands—Colonies—Maps.

352.  Records of the Cape Colony, February 1793-April 1831. Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) 9 reels of positive microfilm . Washington, DC: Library of Congress, 1986.
   Original, printed for the government of the Cape Colony,1897, 36 v. : maps ; 22 cm. Records from Feb. 1793 [v. 1] - Apr. 1831 [v. 35].  Vol. 36 comprises a cumulative index.  "Every fifth volume contains a copious index ... of the contents of itself and of the preceding four"—v. 36, p. 2.  LC set incomplete: v. 2, 5 wanting.  Guide to Contents filmed.
microfm W340181.
Cape of Good Hope (South Africa)—History—Sources.

353.  South Africa; miscellaneous documents [1902-1963].  16 reels . Stanford, California: 1963?
Original in Hoover Institution.  Index, on reel [16] by K. M. Glazier has title:  Index to South Africa; a collection of political documents on microfilm for 1902-1963.
microfm DT40 Mic.
Africa, South—Collected works.

7.  Latin America.  Caribbean.

354.  Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature.  2885 microfilm reels .
   Collection of about 59,000 titles, including not only works on economic theory, trade and commerce, and public finance, but also the technical literature on agriculture, mining, crafts and manufacturing.  Also included are materials on topics such as slavery, public utilities, demography and urban development, piracy, smuggling, tithes, counterfeiting and numismatics, poverty and welfare, penology, emigration, dietary conditions, colonies, and every aspect of transportation.  Languages represented include Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish.  Call no.:  microfm HB30.G64 1974 Mic.  For full description, see entry 536 in this Guide.

355.  Archivo biográfico de España, Portugal e Iberoamérica = Arquivo biográfico de Espanha, Portugal e Ibero-América = Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American Biographical Archive.  editors,  Victor Herrero Mediavilla, and L. Rosa Aguayo Nayle. 2162 fiches . [München, New York]: K.G. Saur, 1990?
Part I indexed by  4 v. Índice biográfico de España, Portugal e Iberoamérica (CT1345.I530 1990 RR).
   Work is a cumulation of 639 biographical reference works originally published between the 17th and 20th centuries, in two parts: Archivo biográfico de España, Portugal e Iberoamérica I (covering 306 works on 1,143 fiches, and biographies of 300,000 individuals), and Archivo biográfico de España, Portugal e Iberoamérica II, (covering 333 works on 1,018 fiches and biographies of 180,000 individuals).  Many individuals of local or limited fame are included, listed in highly specialized works such as Diccionario biográfico general del antiguo departamento del Cauca (Quito, 1910).  When the subject appears in more than one reference work, all biographies are included. 
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
microfc CT1345.A723 1990 RR.
Spain—Biography/ Portugal—Biography/ Latin America—Biography/ Herrero Mediavilla, Victor/ Aguayo Nayle, L. Rosa/ Arquivo biográfico de Espanha, Portugal e Ibero-América/ Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American Biographical Archive.

356.  Obras clásicas para la historia de Iberoamérica.  Juan ed. Pérez de Tudela y Bueso. 1 computer optical disc . Colección Clásicos Tavera, Serie I: Iberoamerérica En La Historia, vol. 1. Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1998.
Title from disc label.
   Contains 16 works (18 vv., 9,000 pages) published between 1590 and 1933 dealing with the discovery, conquest, and colonization of American territory by Spaniards, by the following authors:  Vega, Garcilaso de la; Palafox y Mendoza, Juan de; Núñez Cabeza de Vaca, Alvar; Juana Inés de la Cruz Sister; Ulloa, Antonio de; Juan, Jorge; Gumilla, Joseph; Cortés, Hernán; Clavigero, Francesco Saverio; Alsedo y Herrera, Dionisio de; Alcedo, Antonio de; Acosta, José de; Lópea de Velasco, Juan.
F1408 O373 1998 JMedia _CDRom_ F1408.O373 1998.
Latin America—History/ South America—History.

357.  Antropología e historia latinoamericana fondo bibliográfico.  1 computer optical disk . Quito, Ecuador Madrid: Abya-Yala Fundación. Histórica Tavera, 1996.
   Includes 35 works (37 vv.; 12,000 pp.) on Central and South American indigenous peoples, originally published in print by Botasso, J., Terán, R., Casement, R., Sdb, L.P., Porras P., M.E., Fritz, M., Pierre, F., Rueda N., R., Valencia Sala, G., Frison, B., Vieira, K., Barrett, S., Haug, E., Botero, L., Meyer, H., Whymper, E., Hassaurek, F., Candamine, C., Simson, A., Terry, A., Macfarlane, T., Stevenson, W., Santos, F., Telban, B., Moreno, S., Brunelli, G., Pineda-Camacho, R., Alzate-Angel, B., Gomes, J.A., Paw, C., Pernetty, W., Brenna, L., Raynal, A., Leiva, A., Guerrero, H., Pardo, M., Juncosa, J., Amodio, E., Juncosa, J., Jorna, P., Malaver, L., Oostra, M., Giaccaria, B., Heide, A., Lizot, J., Cocco, L., Finkers, J., Kuramochi, Y., Nass, J.L.
F1410 .A584 1996 JMedia _CDRom_.
Anthropology—Latin America/ Ethnology—Latin America/ Latin America—History.

358.  Evangelización y misiones en Iberoamérica y Filipinas textos históricos (I).  María Lourdes ed. Díaz-Trechuelo Spínola. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid, España: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1999.
   Contains 11 works (10,000 pp.:  Historia de la provincia de San Nicolas de Tolentino de Michoacan / por Diego Basalenque (1673) — Historica relatione del regno di Cile / Alonso d'Ovaglie (1646) — Historia de la fvndación y discurso de la prouincia de Santiago de Mexico, de la Orden de Predicadores, por las vidas de sus varones insignes, y casos notables de Nueua España / por Augustin Dauila Padilla (1596) — Croníca de la Orden de n.p.s. Augustin en las prouincias de la Nueva España / por Ioan de Grijalua (1624) — Historia de Yucathan / por Diego Lopez Cogollvdo (1688) — Historia de la provincia de Philipinas de la Compañia de Jesus / por Pedro Murillo Velarde (1749) — El Marañon, y Amazonas / por Manvel Rodriguez (1684) — Conquista espiritual hecha por los religiosos de la Compañia de Iesus, en las prouincias del Paraguay, Parana, Vruguay, y Tape / por Antonio Ruiz (1639) — Chronicas de la apostolica Provincia de S. Gregorio / por Juan Francisco de S. Antonio (1738) — Chronicas de la Apostolica Provincia de S. Gregorio, Papa, el Magno, Doctor de la Iglesia / por Juan Francisco de S. Antonio (1741) — Crónica de la provincia de San Gregorio Magno de religiosos descalzos de N.S.P. San Francisco en las islas Filipinas, China, Japón, etc. / por Francisco de Santa Inés (1892).
JMedia _CDRom_F1410.E93 1999.
Catholic Church/ Catholic Church/ Latin America—History/ Latin America—Church history/ Philippines—Church history.

359.  Colonial Latin American manuscripts and transcripts in the Obadiah Rich collection.  33 microfilm reels . [S.l: 1492.
Materials in Spanish and Portuguese.
   The Rich Collection, held in the New York Public Library, contains documents from 1492-1843 pertaining to Latin America.  They are mostly transcriptions of original documents held in various Spanish official archives, collected in the 18th century by Juan Bautista Muñoz for an official history of the Indies.  Includes many of the most important documents for the early history of Latin America.  Printed guide includes An Inventory and Index by Edwin Blake Brownrigg at F1410.C656 1492 Index. (Another copy at Z1610.N53 1978.)   The  Inventory gives a detailed listing of the various documents in the 102 bound volumes of the Rich Collection, and indexes by names and titles, and a chronological listing of documents.
Mic _  microfm  _F1410.C656 1492.
Latin America—History—To 1810—Sources.

360.  Francisco del Paso y Troncoso archivo.  1 computer optical disc . México, D.F: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Conaculta, 1998.
This is the CD-ROM version of index to Francisco del Paso y Troncoso historical archive housed in the Biblioteca Nacional de Antropologia e Historia, Mexico City. Includes ability to search by proper name, geographic location, subject, date, etc. Each entry contains data on documents: Name of sender and recipient, date, subject matter, brief description of document contents, and location in archive. Archive contains 2253 documents, most from 16th century, especially correspondence to and from royal officials, copies of "Relaciones Geograficas," royal "mandamientos," and "ordenanzas," "Cedulas Reales," codices, as well as late 19th- and early 20th century correspondence from archive director Paso y Troncoso. Paso y Troncoso was commissioned by Mexican government to copy 16th century documents in European archives relating to New Spain and Spanish overseas affairs. Introductory page states, "Catalogo de Documentos Pertenecientes a la Coleccion Francisco del Paso y Troncoso. Rita Contreras Villrreal. Mexico, 1994.".
JRL JMedia _CDRom _.
Paso y Troncoso, Francisco del/ Mexico—History—Spanish colony, 1540-1810/ Mexico—History.

361.  Latin American history and culture:  an archival record.  Yale University Collection of Latin American manuscripts.  52 reels . Woodbridge, Conn.: Primary Source Media, 2000-2001.
Yale University Collection of Latin American manuscripts, Part I, is in three sections:  Andean Collection, 1538-1878 (printed Guide at F2212.A534 2000 Guide); Mexico and Central America (printed Guide at F2212.A535 2000 Guide); and Spain (printed Guide at F2212.A536 2000 Guide). The collection contains some 184 manuscript volumes and unbound documents relating to the Spanish colonization of Latin America, dating from the 16th to early 20th centuries. Materials include correspondence, government documents (including reports, commissions, decrees, and awards), church documents, poetry and other writings on civil, military, economic, religious, and social topics. Materials originate from Spain; Mexico and Central America; the Caribbean; and South America, from Columbia south through the Andean region to Argentina and Paraguay.
   pt.1 reels 1-13, pt.2 reels 1-30, pt.3 reels 1-9.
Mic microfm F2212.A534 2000.
Latin America — History — Sources/ Latin America — Civilization/ Spain — History — Sources/ Indians of Mexico — History — Sources/ Indians of Mexico — Civilization — Sources/ Indians of Central America — History — Sources/ Indians of South America — History — Sources/ Indians of South America — Civilization — Sources/ Spain — Colonies — Central America — History — Sources/ Mexico — History — Sources/ Mexico — Civilization — Sources/ Caribbean Area — History — Sources/ Central America — History — Sources./ South America — History — Sources/ South America — Civilization — Sources./ Andes region — History — Sources/ Andes region — Civilization — Sources/ Spain — Colonies — Caribbean Area — History — Sources/ Spain — Colonies — Mexico — History — Sources/ Spain — Colonies — South America — History — Sources.

362.  Textos clásicos de literature Jurídica Indiana (I).  Ismael ed. Sánchez Bella. 1 computer optical disk . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera DIGIBIS Mapfre Mutualidad, 1999.
Title from disk label.
   Contains 17 works (22 vv., 9,000 pp.) published between 1639 and 1817 on the laws of the Indies by the following authors:  Alfaro, Francisco de; Alvarez de Abreu, Antonio; Colón de Larriátegui, Félix; Díez de la Calle, Juan; Escalona y Agúero, Gaspar de; Ferau de Cassañas, Estevan; Hevia Bolaños, Juan de; Liñán y Cisneros, Melchor de; Matheu y Sanz, Lorenzo; Montemayor y Córdova de Cuenca, Juan Francisco de; Muriel, Domingo; Parras, Pedro José; Pérez Landero Otañez y Castro, Pedro; Rezabal y Ugarte, José de; Murillo Velarde, Pedro; Villarroel, Gaspar de.
KG480 .T498 1999 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Indians of South America—Legal status, laws, etc—History/ Indians of Central America—Legal status, laws, etc—History/ Law—Spain—Colonies—America—History.

363.  Congresos del Instituto de Historia del Derecho Indiano : (actas y publicaciones). Instituto Internacional de Historia del Derecho Indiano. Congreso 1 computer laser optical disk . [España]: Instituto Internacional de Historia del Derecho Indiano, 2000.
Contains reproductions of printed proceedings from Congresses I-XI, 1966-1995.
KG480 .C66 2000 JRL JMedia _.
Indians of South America—Legal status, laws, etc—History/ Indians of Central America—Legal status, laws, etc—History/ Indians of Mexico—Legal status, laws, etc—History/ Law—Spain—Colonies—America—History.

364.  Juegos, fiestas, y diversiones:  Textos históricos.  Angel ed. López Cantos. Colección Clásicos Tavera, 29. Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1999.
GT4813.5.L67 1992 JMedia _CDRom.
Festivals — Latin America — Sources/ Fasts and feasts — Latin America — Sources/ Games — Latin America — Sources/ Latin America — Social life and customs — Sources.

365.  Colonial Hispanic legal documents (18th-19th centuries).  13 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1985.
Reproduced from original documents at the Law Library, Library of Congress.
   The documents are in Spanish or Portuguese and are mostly printed pamphlets and broadsides, with some official gazettes and manuscripts.  The collection is divided according the following jurisdictions:  Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, and Puerto Rico, and subarranged as briefs, canon law, laws and statutes, and miscellaneous.   The laws and statutes category includes royal decrees, ordinances, and regulations of local character issues by kings and lords; local administrative orders concerning the organization and functions of agencies; and appointments of officials.  The miscellaneous category includes statements submitted to the kings of Spain; appointments; petitions to the king; records of inquiries; and royal answers to petitions by the Catholic Church.
Mic  microfm XXKG76.C656 1985.
Portugal/ Law—Latin America—History and criticism—Sources/ Law—Spain—Colonies/ Law—Portugal—History and criticism—Sources/ Latin America—History—Sources.

366.  La imprenta en Iberoamérica y Filipinas.  Amancio ed. Labandeira Fernández. 2 CDs . Colección Bibliografías Tavera. Madrid Chile: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1998.
Compiled by Amancio Labandeira. CD-ROM 1. 20 works by de José Toribio Medina — CD-ROM 2. 19 additional works published between 1886 and 1915, for a total of 63 vv. and 25,000 pages.
Z8562.14 .I47 1998 JRL JMedia _.
Medina, José Toribio/ Latin America—Imprints/ Philippines—Imprints.

367.  Colonial maps & drawings.  Netherlands. Algemeen Rijksarchief. Afdeling Kaarten & Tekeningen 1579 microfiches .
   Cartographers and artists were employed by the United Dutch East India Company, the West India Company, and other agencies to chart waters, trace river courses, sound harbors, record fortifications, and sketch views of Dutch and indigenous settlements.  Divided into sections:  Atlases; Europe; Africa; Asia; Australia; North America; Caribbean; South America. Approximately 9,100 maps, charts, drawings in all, dating from 1583 and the early 19th century.  For full description, including reference to finding aids, see entry in General Works and Special Subjects section of this Guide.
microfc JV2511.N484 1992 Mic.
Netherlands—Colonies—Description and travel/ Netherlands—Colonies—Geography/ Netherlands—Colonies—Maps.

368.  Afroamérica : textos históricos.  ed. Enriqueta Vila Vilar. 1 computer optical disk . Coleccíon Clásicos Tavera, Disco no 35. Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera , 1999.
   Includes 45 works.
E29.N3 JMedia _CDRom_.
Blacks—America—History/ Blacks—America—Social conditions/ América Latina—Historiografía.

369.  Textos y obras historicas sobre la construccion de la identidad de las naciones iberoamericanas 1830-1918.  1 disc . Madrid: Fundacion Historica Tavera, [1998?].
   Contains 24 works.
Order.
Latin America — History.

370.  Board of Foreign Missions correspondence and reports, 1833-1911:  Latin America . Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A Board of Foreign Missions 62 microfilm reels . Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, [s.d.].
Calendar for Latin American mission papers on reel 300.  Printed reel guide at BV2570.P7B6 1996 Gen.
   Documents the church's educational, evangelical, and medical work.  Largely incoming correspondence from the mission field and outgoing correspondence from the Board headquarters.  Includes material such as receipts of sale, inventories of supplies, annual reports on mission work; diaries; personal and field reports.  Latin American mission records include:  Argentine mission, 1854-1859; Brazil mission, 1860-1911; Chile mission, 1872-1911; Colombia mission, 1861-1911; Guatamala mission, 1882-1911; Mexico mission, 1872-1911; Peru mission, 1885-1887; Venezuela mission, 1897-1901.  (Because Latin America records sometimes appear on same reels as material from other regions, set also includes some material for Africa, China, India, Iran, Korea, Philippines, and Thailand.)  Contents: Reel 133. Argentina, Brazil — reel 134. Brazil — reel 135-139. Brazil, Colombia — reel 140. Brazil — reel 141-144. Brazil, Colombia —reel 145-149. Brazil — reel 150. Brazil, Colombia —reel 151-152. Colombia — reel 153. Chile, Colombia — reel 154-159. Chile — reel 160. Chile, Guatemala reel 161. Guatemala — reel 162. Guatemala, Mexico — reel 163-172. Mexico — reel 173. Mexico, Venezuela —  reel 220. Africa, Chile, Colombia, Iran, Venezuela —  reel 225-226. Brazil, Guatemala — reel 227. Guatemala, Mexico — reel 228. Mexico — reel 229. Mexico, Peru, Thailand —reel 239. Africa, Brazil — reel 240-241. Brazil — reel 242. Brazil, Chile — reel 243. Chile — reel 244. Chile, China — reel 247/247a-260. China — reel 261. China, Colombia — reel 262. Colombia — reel 263. Colombia, Guatemala — reel 264. India, Guatemala — reel 285. Korea, Mexico — reel 286. Mexico — reel 287-288. Mexico, Philippines — reel 300. Korea, Latin America, Philippines.  Calendar.
Mic microfm BV250.P7B6 1833.
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Foreign Missions/ Presbyterian Church — Missions — History — Sources/ Missionaries — History — Sources/ Presbyterians — Missions — History — Sources/ LatinAmerica—Missionaries—Sources/ Argentina—Missionaries—Sources/ Brazil—Missionaries—Sources/ Chile—Missionaries—Sources/ Colombia—Missionaries—Sources/ Guatemala—Missionaries—Sources/ Mexico—Missionaries—Sources/ Peru—Missionaries—Sources/ Venezuela—Missionaries—Sources.

371.  Relatos de viajeros de Estados Unidos en Hispanoamérica, s. XIX.  Sylvia L. ed. Hilton. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid, España: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1999.
   Includes 32 works (12,000 pages) of texts written by North American travelers who visited or lived in different Latin American countries in the 19th century.
JMedia _CDRom_F1409.R453 1999.
Americans—Travel—Latin America/ Travelers' writings, American—Latin America.

372.  Actas del consejo de la Organizacion de los Estados Americanos 1948-1969. Organization of American States. General Secretariat.
Fiche 1: Lista de las actas del consejo de la Organizacion de los Estados Americanos 1948-1969. Fiche 2-6: Indice analitico cumulativo de los volumenes de las decisiones tomadas en las sesiones del consejo de la Organizacion de los Estados Americanos 1948-1969.
Mic microfc F1402.A2O73 2000.
Organization of American States.

373.  OSS/State Department Intelligence and research reports, XIV. Latin America : 1941-1961.  10 reels . Washington, D.C: University Publications of America, [1979?].
   The Office of Strategic Services and the State Department assigned leading scholars in international affairs and in a variety of area studies to write special, classified reports during World War II and the cold war, reports that helped shape US foreign policy decisions.  Part XIV contains 369 reports, some as brief as two pages and including 54 that are upward of 50 pages each, with such titles as Elements of Insecurity in Colombia (1941), Sinarquista Movement in Mexico (1943), Inflation in Brazil (1946), Trade Relations between Latin America and the Soviet Bloc (1956), and Social and Economic Legacy of Trujillo (1961).  Printed guide.
Mic  microfm F1414.O87 1979.
Latin America—History—20th century—Sources.

374.  Revolutionary Mexico in newspapers, 1900-1929.  345 reels . Austin, Texas: Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, General Libraries, University of Texas at Austin, 2002-.
   The University of Texas at Austin General Libraries and its Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection have preserved on microfilm 227,930 pages from 560 Mexican newspaper titles which date primarily from 1900 to 1929. The majority of the newspapers (326, 58.2%) were published in the Distrito Federal; but a substantial number (234, 41.8%) were published in Mexican cities from twenty-eight states. Of particular interest are the titles that were published during the pivotal decade of the Mexican Revolution, 1910 through 1919, many of which are from cities other than Mexico City. —  Printed guide at F1234 .R492 2002 RR, and at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://www.lib.utexas.edu/benson/revolutionarymexico/.
JRL Mic microfm F1234 . R492.
Mexico—History—1867-1910/ Mexico—History—Revolution, 1910-1920/ Mexico—History—1910-1946/ Mexican newspapers.

375.  Mexican mission papers of John Lind, 1913-1931. John Lind 7 reels . [St. Paul]: Minnesota Historical Society, 1971.
Printed guide at Gen E748.L72N47.  Microfilm of ms. collection in the Minnesota Historical Society.
   Lind was President Wilson's personal representative to Mexico in 1913-1914 during the Mexican Revolution.  The documents in this collection reflect Lind's continued involvement and interest in Mexican affairs subsequent to that time.  They comprise all of his papers for the years 1913-1916, the majority of which concern Mexico, plus those items from 1917-1931 that relate to Mexico.  The heart of the collection are the diplomatic dispatches, in which government officials in Washington and Lind and other diplomats in Mexico City and Veracruz kept each other informed of local developments.
Mic microfm F208.L563 1971.
Lind, John/ United States—Foreign relations—Mexico/ Mexico—Foreign relations—United States.

376.  Latin America, 1946-1976 : CIA research reports. United States.  Central Intelligence Agency 5 microfilm reels . Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1982.
Accompanying guide to the collection on microfilm has call no. F1418.L34.
           Research reports examine important developments in area domestic politics, economic matters, and foreign relations.  Representative titles:  Economic Outlook in Chile (1950); Guatamalan Revolutionary Movement (1951); Plans of General Filho to Overthrow the Brazilian Government (1963).
microfm F525 Mic.
Latin America—Relations—United States/ United States—Relations—Latin America.

377.  The John F. Kennedy national security files. Latin America national security files, 1961-1963.  10 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1987.
"Microfilmed from the holdings of the John F. Kennedy Library, Boston, Massachusetts.".
   "National Security Files" are the "Country Files" of the National Security Files for White House use.  National Security assistants arranged for a large flow of information from the State Department, the Defense Department, and the CIA to converge on the White House and to be available to the President.  The information was stored in the National Security Files.  Included were extensive cable traffic between agencies in Washington and embassies and missions abroad; memoranda of conversations between US and foreign officials; minutes of meetings of leading US officials; intelligence reports from national security advisers to the President; internal White House memoranda; and agendas for and records of top-level conferences.
Mic  microfm F1418.J646 1987.
John F. Kennedy Library/ Latin America—Foreign relations—United States—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—Latin America—Sources.

378.  The Lyndon B. Johnson national security files.  Latin America  national security files, 1963-1969.  26 microfilm reels . Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1987.
   "Microfilmed from the holdings of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library, Austin, Texas."  367 p. printed catalog at Gen F1418.J65 1992.
      "National Security Files" are the "Country Files" of the National Security Files for White House use.  National Security assistants arranged for a large flow of information from the State Department, the Defense Department, and the CIA to converge on the White House and to be available to the President.  The information was stored in the National Security Files.  Included were extensive cable traffic between agencies in Washington and embassies and missions abroad; memoranda of conversations between US and foreign officials; minutes of meetings of leading US officials; intelligence reports from national security advisers to the President; internal White House memoranda; and agendas for and records of top-level conferences.
    Consists of main run (13 reels) and first supplement (13 reels).
Mic  microfm F1418.L963 1987 .
Johnson, Lyndon B/ Latin America—Foreign relations—United States—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—Latin America—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1963-1969—Sources.

379.  Latin America special studies, 1995-1997 : supplement.Robert Lester, and University Publications of America (Firm) 12 microfilm reels . Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1999.
   Collection comprises federally commissioned, in-depth research on topics of the highest priority from leading public and private policy research facilities.  Representative titles include US/Mexico Bi-National Drug Threat Assessment (1997); Financing Environmental Projects in Mexico:  Barriers, Resources, and Strategies (1996); Critical Poverty and Marginality in Latin America:  Security and Defense Problems for Latin American Countries in the Near Future (1997); NAFTA, Year Three.  A report by the NAFTA Economic Monitoring Task Force (1996); and Peace Process in El Salvador, 1984-1992 (1996).
Mic  microfm F1414.2.L385 1999.
Latin America—Politics and government—1980-/ Latin America—Economic conditions—1982-/ Latin America—Social conditions—1982-/ Latin America—Foreign relations—1980-/ Latin America—Relations—United States/ United States—Relations—Latin America.

380.  The William Blathwayt papers at Colonial Williamsburg, 1631-1722. William Blathwayt 10 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: UPA Academic Editions, 1989.
Originals held by the Colonial Williamsburgh Foundation. Accompanied by a 262 pp. printed reel guide at E191.B56 1989 Guide.
   Blathwayt was long secretary of the Lords of Trade and Plantations.  About half of the 2564 items are from the North American colonies and about half from the Caribbean and Bermuda.
   Papers consist chiefly of letters written to Blathwayt by colonial governors and others. Includes some drafts of letters by Blathwayt. Subjects include French and Indian troubles, military defense, illegal trade, the Navigation Acts, charter of Massachusetts, piracy in the Caribbean, Leisler's rebellion in New York, Lord Baltimore's troubles with Protestants and conflicting border claims with Virginia and Pennsylvania, Virginia tobacco trade, wars in Jamaica, the  slave question in the Leeward Islands, troubles between governors and the assembly in Bermuda. Included is a copy of "The Declaration of the People Against Sir Wm. Berkeley..." (1676) by Nathaniel Bacon, Jr.; and an original draft of the Charter of Pennsylvania (1681).  2564 items.
   Chronologically arranged.
Mic  microfm E191.B56 1989.
Blathwayt, William, 1649-1717/ United States—History—Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775—Sources/ Great Britain—Colonies—America—History—Sources/ West Indies, British—History—Sources/ Bermuda Island—History—17th century/ Jamaica—History—to 1962.

381.  Journals.  v. 1-14; 1663/1709-1822/26. Jamaica.  Assembly 14 v.
Microfilmed by the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service.
microfm J103 Mic.
Jamaica—Politics and government.

382.  Calendar of state papers, Colonial, North America and the West Indies, 1574-1739, on CD-ROM, 1574-1739.  New York: Routledge, 1999.
   The printed work upon which the CD database is based presently consists of 45 volumes of abstracts and transcripts from the official records preserved in the British Public Record Office.  The series provides transcripts and abstracts of correspondence with colonial governors, orders and grants from the central government to local administration, documents from localities, and about such topics as slave trade and piracy.  It is one of the most constantly used sources for early American history, not only of the "13 colonies" but also of the colonies of the West Indies, as well as trade relations with Europe, Africa, and other regions.  This  CD-ROM version permits specific searches for names, places, topics, and dates among over 40,000 transcripts and abstracts, using a search engine based upon the Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals on CD-ROM.
DA25.H5 200.
Great Britain — Colonies — History — Sources.

383.  Despatches from United States ministers to Puerto Rico, 1821-1899. United States.  Dept. of State 31 reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, no. 76. Washington: National Archives, 1966.
           Includes register of despatches.
microfm J92 M-76 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Puerto Rico—Sources/ Puerto Rico—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

384.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets  I, 1802-1950.  Caribbean—Puerto Rico.  11 reels . Washington, D. C.: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collection and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
   Contains 202 pamphlets.  Puerto Rican agricultural pamphlets (1 reel, 20 pamphlets). — Puerto Rican economics pamphlets (3 reels, 53 pamphlets). — Puerto Rican history pamphlets (1 reel, 9 pamphlets). — Puerto Rican political pamphlets (3 reels, 67 pamphlets). — Puerto Rican public health pamphlets (1 reel, 13 pamphlets). — Puerto Rican social conditions pamphlets (2 reels, 40 pamphlets).
Sci microfmS181.L385 1993.
Agriculture—Puerto Rico/ Puerto Rico—Economic conditions/ Sugarcane industry—Puerto Rico/ Tariff—Puerto Rico/ Puerto Rico—History/ Puerto Rico—Politics and government, 1898-1952/ Public health—Puerto Rico/ Puerto Rico—Social conditions.

385.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets I (1802-1950). Caribbean—Puerto Rico. Puerto Rican social conditions pamphlets.  2 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office, documenting the history, politics, society, and culture in the countries of the Caribbean, Latin America, and the Iberian Peninsula during the period, 1802-1950.
Mic Microfm F1971.C35.
Puerto Rico — Social conditions.

386.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets I (1802-1950). Caribbean—Puerto Rico. Puerto Rican political pamphlets.  3 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office, documenting the history, politics, society, and culture in the countries of the Caribbean, Latin America, and the Iberian Peninsula during the period, 1802-1950.
microfm F1971.C375 1993, reels 98-100.
Latin America — History — Sources/ Puerto Rico — Politics and government.

387.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets I (1802-1950). Caribbean—Puerto Rico. Puerto Rican history pamphlets.  1 microfilm reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 9 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm F1971.L385 1993.
Puerto Rico—History.

388.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets I (1802-1950). Caribbean—Puerto Rico. Puerto Rican economics pamphlets.  3 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 53 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm HC157.P8L385 1993.
Sugarcane industry—Puerto Rico/ Tariff—Puerto Rico/ Puerto Rico—Economic conditions.

389.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets I (1802-1950). Caribbean—Puerto Rico. Puerto Rican agricultural pamphlets.  1 microfilm reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 20 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
SciMic  microfm S181.L385 1993.
Agriculture—Puerto Rico.

390.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992). Caribbean—Puerto Rico. Puerto Rican politics and government pamphlets.  1 microfilm reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
microfm F1975.L385 1993.
Puerto Rico — Politics and government.

391.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992). Caribbean—Puerto Rico. Puerto Rican political parties and social movements pamphlets. 1 microfilm reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 22 pamphlets. Material on the Frente Socialista is also included in this collection. Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm JL1059A45L385.
Partido Nacionalista (Puerto Rico)/ Partido Nuevo Progresista (Puerto Rico)/ Partido Socialista Puertorriqueño/ Puerto Rico Independence Party/ Political parties—Puerto Rico/ Communism—Puerto Rico/ Puerto Rico—Politics and government.

392.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992). Caribbean—Puerto Rico. Puerto Rican history pamphlets.  1 microfilm reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.

393.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992). Caribbean—Puerto Rico. Puerto Rican culture and education pamphlets.  1 microfilm reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 11 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm NX528A1L385.
Arts, Puerto Rican/ Vocational education—Puerto Rico/ Puerto Rico—Languages.

394.  Textos clásicos de la historia de Cuba.  García Alvarez, Alejandro, ed.,  1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera DIGIBIS Mapfre Mutualidad, 1999.
Title from title screen. "Alejandro García Alvarez y Luis Miguel García Mora (comps.)"—Container.
   Contains historic Cuban documents from the 16th to 20th centuries, including 58 works (62 vv., 15,000 pages, by authors including:  García Mora, Luis Miguel; Guerra, Ramiro; Gómez, Juan Gualberto; Figueredo, Fernando; Balboa, Silvestre de; Arango y Parreño, Francisco; Estévez y Romero, Luis; Frías y Jacott, Francisco de; Martínez Ortiz, Rafael; Martí, José; Labra, Rafael M. de; Humboldt, Alexander von; Guiteras, Pedro José; Ibáñez, Francisco Feliciano; Imbernó, Pedro José; Varona, Enrique José; Varela, Félix; Sanguily, Manuel; Sagra, Ramón de la; Saco, José Antonio; Rodríguez-Ferrer, Miguel; Rebello, Charles; Pirala, Antonio; Pezuela, Jacobo de la; Ortiz, Fernando; Merchan, Rafael Maria; Maura, Antonio; Valdes, Antonio José; Torre marques de la; Montoro, Rafael.
JMedia _CDRom_ F1776.T498 1999.
Cuba—History.

395. , e (is there a printed guide?).  Records of the Department of State relating to internal affairs of Cuba, 1910-29. United States. Dept. of State 99 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: The National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1963.
Reels 1-4 contain lists of documents. "On the 99 rolls of this microfilm publication are reproduced records from the decimal file of the Department of State, 1910-29, that relate to the internal affairs of Cuba. The records, consisting of bound volumes and loose documents, are chiefly instructions to and despatches from diplomatic and consular officials"—Introd.
Mic  microfm F1787.U64 1963.
Cuba—Politics and government—1909-1933—Sources/ Cuba—Foreign relations—United States—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—Cuba—Sources/ Cuba—History—1909-1933—Sources.

396.  The Women's movement in Cuba, 1898-1958.  The Stoner collection on Cuban feminism. K. Lynn Stoner 13 microfilm reels . [Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 1991].
 Published in cooperation with Arizona State University. Printed guide at Gen HQ1507.P75 1991 Guide.
   Documents in Spanish. Comprises works by feminists about feminists and their causes, works by men on the status of women, and literary works by feminist authors that illustrate or discuss the condition of women.  Collection spans the period from Cuban independence to the end of the Batista regime.  Among the titles included are Aspiraciones (1918), an early feminist journal published by the Partido Feminista Aspiraciones; La Mujer Moderno (1926), the journal for the Club Femenino de Cuba, the oldest Cuban feminist organization; and La Mujer (1929—1931), the journal of the Partido Demócrata Sufragista.  (Note at microfc F1751.M55 the complementary resource, Minerva:  Revista Quincenal Dedicada a la Mujer de Color / collected, researched, and indexed by K. Lynn Stoner and Mario Gonzáles, which  began a two-year publication in 1888, two years after emancipation of slaves in Cuba, and it resumed with a new series, Minerva:  Revista Ilustrada Universal, 1910 through 1915.  45 microfiches.).
Mic microfmr HQ1507.P75 1991.
Feminism—Cuba—History/ Women's rights—Cuba—History/ Women—Legal status, laws, etc—Cuba—History/ Blacks—Cuba—History—Periodicals.

397.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets I (1802-1950). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban travel pamphlets.  1 microform reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 8 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm F1765.L385 1993.
Cuba—Description and travel.

398.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets I (1802-1950). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban tobacco pamphlets.  1 microform reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 11 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm HD9144.C9L385 1993.
Tobacco—Cuba.

399.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets I (1802-1950). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban sugar pamphlets.  1 microfilm reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 42 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm HD9114.C89L385 1993.
Sugar—Cuba.

400.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets I (1802-1950). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban social conditions pamphlets.  3 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 89 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm HN203.L385 1993.
Cuba—Social conditions.

401.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets I (1802-1950). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban public health pamphlets.  1 microfilm reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 15 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
SciMic  microfm RA456.C8L385 1993.
Public health—Cuba.

402.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets I (1802-1950). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban political pamphlets.  11 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 254 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm JL1010.L385 1993.
Batista y Zaldívar, Fulgencio/ ABC (Political party : Cuba)/ Partido Comunista de Cuba/ Partido Socialista Popular (Cuba)/ Unión Revolucionaria Comunista (Cuba)/ Cuba—Politics and government—1895-.

403.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets I (1802-1950). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban history and anthropology pamphlets.  9 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 248 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm F1752.L385 1993.
Anthropology—Cuba/ Cuba—History/ Cuba—History—Insurrection, 1868-1878/ Cuba—History—American occupation, 1906-1909/ Cuba—Biography.

404.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets I (1802-1950). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban economics pamphlets.  3 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 76 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm HC157.C9L385 1993.
Sugarcane industry—Cuba/ Cigar industry—Cuba/ Cuba—Economic conditions.

405.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets I (1802-1950). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban agricultural pamphlets.  1 microfilm reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 9 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
SciMic  microfm S177.L385 1993.
Agriculture—Cuba.

406.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992). Caribbean—Cuba. José Martí and Antonio Maceo pamphlets.  1 microfilm reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 23 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm F1783M38L385.
Martí, José/ Maceo, Antonio/ Cuba—History—Revolution, 1895-1898.

407.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban speeches by Fidel Castro pamphlets.  1 microfilm reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 15 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm F178822C3A5.
Castro, Fidel/ Cuba—Politics and government—1959-.

408.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban social conditions pamphlets.  1 microfilm reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic Microfm F2175.L385.
Cuba — Social conditions .

409.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban politics and government pamphlets.  2 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 44 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm JL1010L386.
Political science—Philosophy/ Human rights—Cuba/ Cuba—Politics and government.

410.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban political parties and labor pamphlets.  2 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform hed by: DLC. Contains 62 pamphlets. Material on the following parties is also included in this collection: Acción Revolucionaria Democrática, Bloque Revolucionario Popular, Defensa Institucional Cubana, Partido Auténtico, Partido Demócrata-Republicano, and Unión Liberal. Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm JL1019A45L385.
Guevara, Ernesto/ Roca Calderío, Blas/ ABC (Political party : Cuba)/ Confederación de Trabajadores de Cuba/ Directorio Revolucionario Estudiantil de Cuba/ Juventud Socialista (Cuba)/ Partido Comunista de Cuba/ Partido del Pueblo Cubano (Ortodoxos)/ Partido Revolucionario Cubano/ Partido Socialista Popular (Cuba)/ Unión Revolucionario Comunista (Cuba)/ Partido Aprista Peruano/ Political parties—Cuba/ Labor movement—Cuba—History/ Cuba—Politics and government.

411.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban history: twentieth century pamphlets.  1 microfilm reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 23 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm F1787L385.
Cienfuegos, Camilo/ Cuba—History—1895-/ Cuba—Intellectual life—20th century.

412.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban history to 1898 Revolution pamphlets.  2 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 42 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm F1779L385.
Toussaint Louverture/ Roosevelt, Theodore/ Cuba—History—To 1810/ Cuba—History—1810-1899/ Cuba—History—Revolution, 1895-1898.

413.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban foreign relations pamphlets.  2 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 46 pamphlets. Includes material on Cuba's relations with other countries of the Western Hemisphere, notably the United States, Argentina, and Uruguay; on relations with Angola, France, Spain, and the Soviet Union; and on international Communist Party relations. Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm F17762L385.
Partido Comunista de Cuba/ United States—Central Intelligence Agency/ International labor activities/ Anti-imperialist movements—Cuba/ Television broadcasting—Cuba/ Drug traffic—Cuba/ Cuba—Foreign relations/ Cuba—Politics and government.

414.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992). Caribbean—Cuba. Cuban economic conditions pamphlets.  2 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 37 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm HC157C9L386.
Land reform—Cuba/ Cuba—Economic conditions.

415.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992). Caribbean—Martinique. Martinique history pamphlets.   1 microfilm reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 12 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic  microfm F20815L385.
Parti communiste martiniquais/ Parti progressiste martiniquais/ Martinique—History/ Martinique—Politics and government.

416.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets I (1802-1950). Caribbean—French Caribbean. French Caribbean pamphlets.  1 microfilm reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 8 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic Microfm F2081.5.L385.
Haitian literature/ Haiti—Politics and government—20th century/ Haiti—Description and travel/ Guadeloupe—Politics and government.

417.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992)  Caribbean.  Caribbean women pamphlets.  1 reel . Washington, D. C.: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collection and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
   Contains 10 pamphlets.
Mic Microfm   F2175.L385 .
Women—Caribbean area.

418.  Las raíces hispánicas del oeste de Norteamérica: textos históricos.  Sylvia L. ed. Hilton. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid, España: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1999.
   Contains 22 works (24 vv., 12,000 pages) of texts of conquistadores, evangelists, and other chroniclers who provide detail on the discovery and colonization of the region formerly part of New Spain, then Mexico, and finally the United States (after the Mexican War).  Contents:  Crónica seráfica y apostólica del colegio, Segunda parte / Juan Domingo de Arricivita (1792) — Sermón que en las solemnes honras / Diego Miguel Bringas de Manzanedo y Encinas (1819) — Relación de la jornada de Cibola / Pedro Castañeda de Nájera (1596?) — Historia de la antigua o baja California / Francisco Javier Clavijero (1852) — Documentos para la historia de México, 3a serie (1856) — Chronica apostolica, y seraphica de todos los colegios, Parte primera / Isidro Félix de Espinosa (1746) — Estracto de noticias del Puerto de Monterrey (1770?) — Instrucción formada en virtud de Real Orden de S.M. / Bernardo de Gálvez (1786) — Manual para administrar los santos sacramentos / Bartholomé Garcia (1760) — Historia de la conquista de la provincia de la Nueva Galicia / Matías de la Mota Padilla (1870) — Historia del Narayit, Sonora, Sinaloa y ambas Californias / P. José Ortega (1887) — Noticias de la Nueva California [2 Vol.] / Fr. Francisco, O.F.M. Palou (1857) — Relacion histórica de la vida y apostólicas tareas del venerable Padre Fray Junipero Serra, y de las Misiones que fundó en la California Septentrional, y nuevos establecimientos de Monterey (1787) —Historia de los trivmphos de nvestra santa fee entre gentes las mas barbaras, y fieras del nueuo Orbe: conseguidos por los soldados de la compañia de Iesvs en las misiones de la pouincia de Nueua España / Andrés, Padre, Pérez de Ribas (1645) — Historia de la nueva Mexico, del capitán Gaspar de Villagra: dirigida al rey D. Felipe nuestro Señor Tercero deste nombre / Gaspar Pérez de Villagrá (1610) — Exposición sucinta y sencilla de la provincia del Nuevo Mexico: hecha por su diputado en Córtes / Pedro Bautista Pino (1812) — Reglamento e instrucción para los presidios que se han de formar en la linea de frontera de la Nueva España: resuelto por el Rey Nuestro Senór en cédula de 10 de Setiembre de 1772 (1834) — Relación del viaje hecho por las goletas Sutil y Mexicana en el año de 1792 (1802) — Noticias de la provincia de Californias en tres cartas de un sacerdote religioso, hijo del real convento de predicadores de Valencia a un amigo suyo, 1794 (1794) / Fr. Luis Sales — Noticia de la California, y de su conquista temporal, y espirtual hasta el tiempo presente [3 vol.] / Miguel y Burriel, Marcos Venegas (1757) — Vida, y virtudes de el venerable, y apostólico Padre Juan de Ugarte, de la Compañia de Jesús, misionero de las Islas Californias, y uno de los primeros Conquistadores / Juan Joseph de Villavicencio (1752).
F1752 .R35 1999 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Southwest, New — History — To 1848 — Sources/ Mexico — History — Spanish Colony, 1540-1810 — Sources/ Southwest, New — Discovery and exploration — Spanish/ California — History — To 1846 — Sources/ New Mexico — History — Sources.

419.  [Correspondence between Sweden and Italy in 1869, and between Sweden and France in 1876-77, concerning the Island of St. Bartholomew, West Indies. Sweden. Riksarkivet.
Original mss. in Riksarkivet, Stockholm.  In French.
microfm F250 Mic.
St. Barts, West Indies.

420.  Mexico and Central America.  30 reels . Latin American History and Culture:  an Archival Record.  Yale University Collection of Latin American Manuscripts. Woodbridge, Conn.: Primary Source Media, 2000-2001.
Yale University Collection of Latin American manuscripts, Part I, is in three sections:  Andean Collection, 1538-1878; Mexico and Central America; and Spain.
   Mexican and Central American collection (ca. 30 reels) comprises 28 mss. volumes from the 16th through 18th centuries and 23 from the 19th century.  Topics include economics and political history, church history, and native culture.  Numerous original texts concerning mining industry in New Spain.  Many mss. concern Viceregal policy on economic affairs.  Political texts, letters, and essays, including the unpublished correspondence of Iturbide.  Ecclesiastical mss. include the papers of 17th century bishop of Puebla; accounts of missionary work in 18th century Sonora, etc.  Mesoamerican sources include a Quiche grammar; Mesoamerican chronicles; Mexican antiquities; account of devastation of earthquake among Indian and Creole population in Guatemala.  A large 18th century map of Guatemale is included. Printed Guide at F2212.A535 2000 Guide.
Mic microfm F2212.A534 2000.
Mexico— History — Sources/ Central America — History — Sources.

421.  The Henry A. Monday collection, 1522-1933.  39 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1985.
Originals held by the Library of Congress.  "MSS 19,125.".
   Consists of ca. 2,300 items collected by the physician Henry Albert Monday.  Dated 1549-1838, the manuscripts document the activities of the Catholic church and its institutions in colonial Mexico. The largest number of documents concern the Convento de Santo Domingo in Puebla.  Other materials cover the affairs of the archbishopric of Mexico and local church bodies, the Spanish colonial administration, economic life, military and civil appointments, and other topics.  Central America is represented by documents relating to Guatemala (1535-1561), and the towns of Villa de San Miguel and Santiago.   Includes correspondence, legal and financial papers, tax records, contracts, land records, cédulas, reports, official documents, broadsides, circulars, and other papers.  All the material is in Spanish.  A guide to the collection, including a listing of roll contents, appears on the first roll of the microform edition.
Mic  microfm F1203.H467 1985.
Catholic Church/ Mexico—History—Sources/ Mexico—Religion—History—Sources/ Mexico—Politics and government.

422.  Obras clásicas sobre la lengua náhuatl.  Ascensión H. de ed. León-Portilla. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1998.
   Contains 36 works on arts, vocabularies, doctrines, confessionals, sacraments, and other subjects, (ca. 10,000 pages), published between 1547 and 1888, by the following authors:  Carochi, Horacio; Juan Bautista fray; Arenas, Pedro de; Avila, Francisco de; Aldama y Guevara, José Augustín; Alva Ixtlilxochilt, Bartolomé de; Aquino Cortés y Zedeño, Géronymo Thomás de; Lasso de la Vega, Luis; Gante, Pedro de; García Icazbalceta, Joaquín; Galdo Guzmán, Diego de; Guerra, Juan fray; Gaona, Juan de; Leon, Martín de; Mijangos, Juan de fray; Pérez, Manuel; Paredes, Ignacio de; Olmos, Andrés de; Molina, Alonso de; Vetancurt, Augustín de; Vázquez Gaztelu, Antonio; Tapia Zenteno, Carlos de; Sandoval, Rafael; Sahagún, Bernardino de; Saavedra, Marcos de; Ripalda, Gerónimo de; Rincón, Antonio del; Saenz de la Peña, Andrés.
PM4061 .O37 1998 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Nahuatl language—History/ Lengua nahua.

423.  [Source documents concerning the haciendas of San José del Potrerillo and San Juan de los Cedros / by the Villaseñor family].  1702-1891. Villaseñor family 6 vv. on 6 reels .
   Contents:  1. Libro no. 2 que constan las cuentas de la gente que travaja en esta hacienda de S. José‚ del Potrerillo — 2. Copiador cartas — 3. Libro de cuentas para esta hacienda de San Juan de los Cedros — 4. Libro segundo de gobierno perteneciente a esta hacienda de S. Juan de los Cedros — 5. Sellos y poder orales  — 6. Hacienda de San Juan de los Cedros account records.
microfm HD329.J3V54 1702 Mic.
 Economic history — Mexico — Jalisco — 1600-1750 — Sources/ Economic history — Mexico — Jalisco — 1750-1918 —  Sources/ Jalisco (Mexico) — Economic conditions — 1540-1810 —  Sources/ Jalisco (Mexico) — Economic conditions — 19th century —  Sources/ Hacienda de San José‚ del Potrerillo (Mexico)/ Hacienda de San Juan de los Cedros (Mexico).

424.  Catálogo del Archivo Histórico de la Casa de Moneda de México.  Inés and Ortiz Rina eds. Herrera Canales. 1 computer optical disk . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1999.
"El presente catálogo ... contiene aproximadamente seis mil registros con la documentación generada por las Casas de Moneda y Apartado de México, las Oficinas Federales de Ensaye de Minerales y las casas de moneda provinciales. Estos fondos (que abarcan el periodo 1731-1961 y en su mayoría se concentran entre la segunda mitad del siglo XIX y 1924) constituyen una fuente de primera importancia para la recreación de la historia minera nacional y regional.".
HG661 .I57 1999 JRL JMedia _.
Casa de Moneda de México—Archivo Histórico/ Coinage—Mexico/ Mints—Mexico.

425.  Latin American pamphlets from the Yale University Library selections from 1600-1900. Yale University Library ca. 9625 microfiches . New York: Clearwater Pub. Co, 1985.
   These pamphlets present first-hand documentation of the social, political, and economic conditions in Latin America from the 17th through the 20th centuries, including original reports, histories, biographies, political broadsides, scholarly theses, speeches by religious and civic leaders, and playbills.
Over 6,000 pamphlets on Mexico comprise the greater portion of the collection, with much the greatest emphasis on the 19th century.  Almost 2,000 pamphlets comprise the Peruvian collection.  The remaining 1,325 pamphlets with with other Central and South American countries and Caribbean islands.
There is a 7 volume printed guide edited by Lofton Wilson at Z1431.Y19 1985 RR3 providing access by author, title, subject, and imprint date for each of the three sections of the collection [Mexico — Peru — Miscellaneous].  The subject indexes employ about 150 headings.
Mic  microfc F1410.Y354 1985.
Latin America/ Mexico/ Peru.

426.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets I (1802-1950).  Mexico section.  42 reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
   Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.  Ranging in topic from agriculture, art, and architecture to economics, politics and history, items are arranged by subject.  5 page Guide at Gen F1231.5.L375 1993 Guide.
F1231.5 .L375 1993 Mic  microfm F1231.5.L375 1993.
Mexico—History—19th century—Sources/ Mexico—History—20th century—Sources.

427.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992).  Mexico section.  20 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1993.
   Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collection and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.  2-page printed guide at Gen F1231.5.L3751 1993 Guide.
F1231.5 .L375 1993 Mic  microfm F1231.5.L3751 1993.
Mexico—History—19th century—Sources/ Mexico—History—20th century—Sources.

428.  The Mexican historical pamphlets, 1820-1910.  9 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program .
Consists of 246 pamphlets covering the Mexican national period, 1820-1910, arranged more or less chronologically. Materials highlight political debates, military activities, maps of battles and cities, boundary questions, and economic matters such as mining, foreign debt, ports and railroads, and reflect international events of the period—independence from Spain, war with the United States, and military intervention of France. Introduction, reel index, and finding aid to the original collection, compiled in 1991 with title: A guide to the Mexican historical pamphlets, 1820-1910, filmed at beginning of reel 1. Master microform held by: DLC.
   Contents:  Reel 1. Printed guide. — Mexican autonomy and independence, 1820-1821 (nos. 1-25). — Iturbide and Mexican empire, 1821-1823 ( nos. 26-48). — Reel 2.  Era of Santa Anna, 1823-1855 (nos. 49-105). — Reel 3.  Era of Santa Anna, 1823-1855 (nos. 106-140). — Reel 4.  United States War with Mexico, 1846-1853 (nos. 141-152). — Reel 5:  Reform era, 1855-1876 (nos. 153-179). — Reel 6:  Reform era, 1855-1876 (nos. 180-200). — Reel 7:  European intervention in Mexico, 1862-1872 (nos. 201-213). — Benito Juarez biography, 1889-1905 (nos. 214-217). — Reel 8:  Era of Porifio Diaz, 1876-1904 (nos. 218-246). — Supplement (one reel):  117 pamphlets published between 1810 and 1910, the first 70 of which are devoted to the years 1820 and 1821.                                                              
Mic  microfm F1232.M495 1996.
Mexico—History—19th century—Sources/ Mexico—History—1867-1910—Sources/ Mexico—History—19th century.

429.  Pamphlets in American history:  Group III.  1644 microfiches . Glen Rock, N.J: Microfilming Corp. of America, 1978.
Accompanied by guides with call no. Z1236.P270 1979 RR3.
   Filmed from collections at State Historical Society Wisconsin and other collections.  For full description of contents see under United States—General materials in this Guide.  Partial contents:  Mexican War (139 titles, 139 fiches):  Annexation of Texas, property losses in Mexican revolutions, American desire to acquire New Mexico and California, extension of slave-holding.
microfc E178.P24 1978 Mic.

430.  [Mexican newspapers selected from collections of the Library of Congress].  753 reels .
Collection includes: Excélsior (Mexico City): 1919:Jul 1-Sep 30; 1930:Jan 1-1933:Dec 31; 1938:Jan 1-1950:Dec 31 (185 reels), AN57.M4E924; Imparcial (Mexico City), 1897:Jan 6-1910:Nov 16; 1911:Apr 18-Oct 10; 1912-Mar 2-1913:Jan 16 (23 reels), AN57.M4I563; Manaña, June 15, 1911-Feb. 18, 1913 (1 reel), AN57.M4M36; Mexican Herald, Sept. 1895-Oct. 1915 (73 reels), AN57.M4M49; Monitor Constitucional Independiente, May 1-25, 1845 (1 reel) AN57.M4M64; Monitor Republicano, Jan. 1846-Dec. 1849; July, 1850-Dec. 1851; May 18, 1873-Dec. 22, 1875; Jan. 1877-Sept. 17, 1878 (15 reels), AN57.M4M66; La Prensa (Mexico City): Jan. 1967, Dec. 1967-Dec. 1988 (249 reels), in processing; Sinarquista, Aug. 7, 1941-June 22, 1944 (1 roll), AN57.M4M36; The two republics (Mexico City), 1867-1900 (25 reels) AN57.M3T86; Universal, Oct. 1916-Dec. 1929; Jan. 1934-Dec. 1937 (128 rolls), AN57.M4U55; El Universal gráfico (Mexico City), Jan. 1962-Dec. 1965 (15 reels), AN57.M4.M66; Uno Más Uno (Mexico City) Nov. 1977-Dec. 1983 (52 reels), in processing.
Titles cataloged separately.
Mexico — Newspapers.

431.  Despatches from United States Ministers to Mexico, 1823-1906 [microform]. United States.  Dept. of State 179 microform reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no. 97. Washington: National Archives, 1955.
microfm J92 M-97 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Mexico—Sources/ Mexico—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

432.  Notes from the Mexican legation in the United States to the Department of State, 1821-1906. Mexico. Embajada (U.S.) 39 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, microcopy no. 54. Washington: National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1960.
Printed reel guide. 
   Communications and enclosures received from the Mexican Legation in Washington.
Mic microfm  E183.8.M6M69 1960.
Mexico—Foreign relations—United States—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—Mexico—Sources.

433.  Notes to foreign legations in the United States from the Department of State, 1834-1906:  Notes to the Mexican legation in the United States from the Department of State, Feb. 2, 1903-Aug. 14, 1906. United States. Dept. of State 5 reels 1834-1906.
Mic microfmE183.8.M6U47 1950.
United States—Foreign relations—Mexico—Sources/ Mexico—Foreign relations—United States—Sources/ Mexico—History—Sources.

434.  Despatches from United States consular officials in [ ...], Mexico [dates]. Acapulco (1823-1906), Aguascalientes(1901-1906), Camargo (-1906), Campeche (1820-1888), Chihuahua (1830-1906), Cuidad Juarez [Paso del Norte] (1871-1906), Durango (1886-1906), Ensenada (1888-1906), Guayamas 1832-1896), Guerrero (1871-1888), Hermosillo (1906-1906), Jalapa Enriquez (1905-1906), La Paz (1855-1906), Manzanillo (1855-1906), Matamoros (1826-1906), Mazatlán (1826-1906), Mérida (1843-1897) and Progreso (1897-1906), Mexico City (1822-1906), Mier (1870-1878), Minatitlán (1853-1881), Monterey (Upper California)(1834-1848), Nogales (1889-1906), Nuevo Laredo (1871-1906), Oaxaca (1869-1878), Piedras Negras (1868-1906), Saltillo (1876-1906), San Blas (18371892), San Dimas (1837-1892), San Luis Potosí(1869-1886), Santa Fe (New Mexico)(1930-1846), Tabasco (1832-1874), Tampico (1824-1906), Tehuantepec (1850-1867), Tuxpán (1879-1906), Veracruz (1822-1906), Zacatecas (1860-1884). Mexico. United States.  Consulate.  [Place] 128 reels of microfilm . Washington, D. C.: National Archives, [n.d.].
Part of a body of records in the National Archives designated as Record Group 59, General records of the Dept. of State.
   These records are copies of communications to American consular officers and relate to the protection of U.S. citizens, relief of U.S. seamen, commercial affairs, and consular administration.  Consular despatches often provide considerable on-the-spot information about local political and social and economic developments.
Mic microfm E183.8.M6U66 1800.
United States—Foreign relations—Mexico/ Mexico—Foreign relations—United States/ Acapulco (Mexico)/ Aguascalientes (Mexico)/ Camargo (Mexico)/ Campeche (Mexico)/ Chihuahua (Mexico)/ Cuidad del Carmen (Mexico)/ Cuidad Juarez (Mexico)/ Durango (Mexico)/ Ensenada (Mexico)/ Guayamas (Mexico)/ Guerrero (Mexico)/ Hermosillo (Mexico)/ Jalapa Enriquez (Mexico)/ La Paz (Mexico)/ Manzanillo (Mexico)/ Matamoros (Mexico)/ Mazatlán(Mexico)/ Mérida (Mexico)/ Mexico City (Mexico)/ Mier (Mexico)/ Minatitlán (Mexico)/ Monterey (Upper California)/ Monterrey(Mexico)/ Nogales(Mexico)/ Nuevo Laredo(Mexico)/ Oaxaca (Mexico)/ Piedras Negras (Mexico)/ Saltillo (Mexico)/ San Blas (Mexico)/ San Dimas (Mexico)/ San Luis Potosí (Mexico)/ Santa Fe (New Mexico)/ Tabasco (Mexico)/ Tampico (Mexico)/ Tehuantepec (Mexico)/ Tuxpán (Mexico)/ Veracruz(Mexico)/ Zacatecas (Mexico).

435.  Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service.  Series A, Subject correspondence files.  82 microfilm reels . Research Collections in American Immigration. Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1992-.
Accompanied by printed reel guide, compiled by Randolph H. Boehm, at JV6455.G84 1994. Includes index.
   For full description of contents, see United States—Official Archives in this Guide.  Part II:  Mexican immigration, 1906-1930 (17 reels).  Collection documents legal and illegal immigration from Mexico before 1910, provides sources on such topics as demand for agricultural labor and labor for rail construction, shortage of labor during World War I, refugees from Mexican revolution, etc.  Collection includes reports from immigration stations along the border, reports of interrogations of immigrants and board hearings.  Also included are files on Mexican immigrants in large northern, southwestern, and western cities, petitions from trade association, employers, and civic leaders.
microfm JV6455.R426 1992 Mic.

436.  [Investigative records relating to Mexican neutrality violations ("Mexican files"), 1909-21]. United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation 24 reels . [Washington]: National Archives and Record Service, 1982?
Reels 851-874, Record Group 65, Investigative Case Files of the Bureau of Investigation, 1908-1922. Records were originally filmed by FBI in 1951-1952.
Mic  microfm F786.I584 1982.
United States—Boundaries—Mexico—Sources/ Mexico—Boundaries—United States—Sources/ Mexico—History—1910-1946—Sources.

437.  Records of the Department of State relating to internal affairs of Mexico, 1910-29. United States.  Department of State 115 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, M-274. Washington, D. C.: National Archives and Records Service, 1959.
"The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State." Includes index.
      Reports from U.S. diplomats in foreign countries on political and military affairs, studies and statistics on socioeconomic matters, interviews and minutes of meetings with foreign government officials, texts of important letters, instructions, cables sent and received, translations from foreign publications and government documents.  Reports on political parties and elections, unrest, human rights, government administration, fiscal and monetary issues, labor, housing, police and crime, public health, national defense, foreign policy-making, wars and alliances, education, religion, culture, trade, industry, natural resources.
Microfm F1234.R31 1959 Mic.
Mexico—History—1910-1946—Sources/ United States—Dept. of State—Archives.

438.  Records of the Department of State relating to political relations between Mexico, and other states, 1910-29. United States Dept. of State 2 reels . Washington: National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1961.
"National Archives micofilm publications. Microcopy no. 315.".
 Mic  microfm F1228.U55 1961.
United States—Dept. of State/ Mexico—History—1910-1946—Sources/ Mexico—Foreign relations—1910-1946.

439.  Records of the U.S. Department of State relating to political relations of Latin America and the Caribbean states, 1930-1944 Department of State decimal files 712-739.  Records relating to Political Relations between Mexico and Other States. United States Dept. of State, and United States National Archives and Records Administration 90 microfilm reels . [Wilmington, Del.]: Scholarly Resources, 1988.
Container title: Records of US DOS relating to political relations of Latin American & Caribbean states, 1930-1944. Title on fr. [2]: Latin American political relations. "This publication is produced with the cooperation of the National Archives and Records Administration"—Reel 1, fr. [4]. Reel contents, guide and numerical-subject index for Class 7 records at the beginning of each reel. Index called: Guide to the SR microfilm edition of Records of the U.S. Department of State relating to political relations of Latin America and Caribbean States, 1930-1944, at JX233.L29 1988 Guide (5 pp.). Reel 1-2. Records of the U.S. Dept. of State relating to the political relations of Mexico, 1930-1944.
   Holdings:  3 rolls.  Records relating to Political Relations between Mexico and Other States.  1930-1939:  2 rolls; 1940-1944, 1 roll.  Request for recataloging is pending.
JX233 .L29 Mic  microfm JX233.L29 1988.
Latin America—Foreign relations—Caribbean Area—Sources/ Caribbean Area—Foreign relations—Latin America—Sources.

440.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  Mexico, 1930-1939: internal affairs.  165 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, M-1370. Washington, D. C.: National Archives and Records Service, 1985.
"The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State." Includes index.
         Reports from U.S. diplomats in foreign countries on political and military affairs, studies and statistics on socioeconomic matters, interviews and minutes of meetings with foreign government officials, texts of important letters, instructions, cables sent and received, translations from foreign publications and government documents.  Reports on political parties and elections, unrest, human rights, government administration, fiscal and monetary issues, labor, housing, police and crime, public health, national defense, foreign policy-making, wars and alliances, education, religion, culture, trade, industry, natural resources.
Microfm F1234.R32 1985 Mic.
United States—Dept. of State—Archives/ Mexico—Politics and government—1910-1946—Sources/ Mexico—History—1910-1946—Sources.

441.  Records of the U.S. Department of State relating to political relations between the United States and Latin America and the Caribbean states, 1930-1944 Department of State decimal files 711.12-711.39.  Records Relating to Political Relations between the United States and Mexico. United States Dept. of State, and United States National Archives and Records Administration 69 microfilm reels . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 1988.
Chiefly in English; some items in Spanish. Container title: Records of US DOS relating to political relations between US & Latin America & Caribbean states, 1930-1944. Half title: U.S. political relations with Latin America. The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Dept. of State. "This publication is produced with the cooperation of the National Archives and Records Administration"—Reel 1, fr. [4]. Index called: Guide to the SR microfilm edition of Records of the U.S. Department of State relating to United States political relations with Latin America and the Caribbean, 1930-1944, at F1418.U5 1988 Guide. (5 pp.)  Reel contents, guide and numerical-subject index for Class 7 records at the beginning of each reel.
   Holdings:  the 47 reels of "Records Relating to Political Relations between the United States and Mexico."  1930-1939, 44 reels; 1940-1944, 3 reels.  Request for recataloging is in process.
F1418 .U5 1988 Mic  microfm F1418.U5 1988.
United States—Dept. of State/ United States—Foreign relations—Mexico/ Mexico—Foreign relations—United States/ United States—Foreign relations—Latin America—Sources/ Latin America—Foreign relations—United States—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1929-1933—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1933-1945—Sources.

442.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  Mexico, 1940-1944 : internal affairs.  110 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1986.
Printed guide has call number F1234.C76 1987 Index. "The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State." Includes index.
         Reports from U.S. diplomats in foreign countries on political and military affairs, studies and statistics on socioeconomic matters, interviews and minutes of meetings with foreign government officials, texts of important letters, instructions, cables sent and received, translations from foreign publications and government documents.  Reports on political parties and elections, unrest, human rights, government administration, fiscal and monetary issues, labor, housing, police and crime, public health, national defense, foreign policy-making, wars and alliances, education, religion, culture, trade, industry, natural resources.  Contents:  Part 1.  Political, governmental, and national defense affairs (43 reels); part 2. Social, economic, industrial, communications, transportation, and science (67 reels).
Microfm F1234.C76 1987 Mic.
Mexico—History—1946-1970—Sources/ United States—Dept. of State—Archives.

443.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files: Mexico, 1945-1949: internal affairs.  52 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1987.
Accompanied by printed reel guides; pt. 1 compiled by L. Lee Yanike, pt. 2 by Blair D. Hydrick, call no. F1234.C663 1987 Index.
   "The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State." Part I, reels numbered 1-17a:  Political, governmental, and national defense affairs; part II, reels numbered 1-35b:  Social, economic, industrial, communications, transportation, and science.   Includes indexes.
microfm F1234.C663 1987.
United States—Dept. of State/ Mexico—History—1910-1946—Sources/ Mexico—History—1946-1970—Sources.

444.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  Mexico, 1950-1954 : internal affairs.  43 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1986.
Accompanied by printed reel guide, compiled by L. Lee Yanike. "The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State." Includes index.
         Reports from U.S. diplomats in foreign countries on political and military affairs, studies and statistics on socioeconomic matters, interviews and minutes of meetings with foreign government officials, texts of important letters, instructions, cables sent and received, translations from foreign publications and government documents.  Reports on political parties and elections, unrest, human rights, government administration, fiscal and monetary issues, labor, housing, police and crime, public health, national defense, foreign policy-making, wars and alliances, education, religion, culture, trade, industry, natural resources.
Microfm F1235.C65 1987 Mic.
Mexico—History—1946-1970—Sources/ United States—Dept. of State—Archives.

445.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files, Mexico, 1950-1954 foreign affairs. United States. Dept. of State 16 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1986.
Accompanied by a printed reel guide, compiled by L. Lee Yanike. "The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State." Includes index.
   Printed guide at F1235.C651 1987.
Mic  microfm F1235.C665 1986.
United States—Dept. of State/ Mexico—Foreign relations—1946-1970—Sources.

446.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  Mexico, 1955-1959 : internal affairs.  25 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1986.
Printed guide with call number F1235.H93 1987.  The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State." Decimal numbers 712, 812, and 912.  Includes index.
   Reports from U.S. diplomats in foreign countries on political and military affairs, studies and statistics on socioeconomic matters, interviews and minutes of meetings with foreign government officials, texts of important letters, instructions, cables sent and received, translations from foreign publications and government documents.  Reports on political parties and elections, unrest, human rights, government administration, fiscal and monetary issues, labor, housing, police and crime, public health, national defense, foreign policy-making, wars and alliances, education, religion, culture, trade, industry, natural resources.
Microfm F1235.C67 1987 Mic.
Mexico—History—1946-1970—Sources/ United States—Dept. of State—Archives.

447.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  Mexico, 1955-1959 : foreign affairs.  11 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1986.
Printed guide has call number F1235.H92 1987.  The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State." Decimal numbers 612 and 611.12.  Includes index.
   Reports from U.S. diplomats in foreign countries on political and military affairs, studies and statistics on socioeconomic matters, interviews and minutes of meetings with foreign government officials, texts of important letters, instructions, cables sent and received, translations from foreign publications and government documents.
Microfm F1235.C66 1987 Mic.
Mexico—History—1946-1970—Sources/ United States—Dept. of State—Archives.

448.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Mexico, 1960-January 1963.  Internal affairs. United States. Dept. of State 24 microfilm reels . Bethesda, Md: University Publications of America, 1999.
   Printed guide.
Mic  microfm F1235.C67 1999.
United States—Dept. of State/ Mexico—History—1946-1970.

449.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Mexico, 1960-January 1963 foreign affairs, decimal numbers 612 and 611.12.  8 microfilm reels . Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1996.
   Printed guide.
Mic  microfm F1235.C664 1996.
United States—Dept. of State/ Mexico—Foreign relations—1946-1970.

450.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Mexico, February 1963-1966. Part I, Political, governmental and national defense affairs, Subject-numeric categories, AID, CSM, DEF, and POL.  18 reels . Bethesda, MD: Lexis-Nexis, 2003.
"A UPA Collection from Lexis Nexis.".
   "Each part of the Central Files contains a wide range of materials from U.S. diplomats in foreign countries: special reports on political and military affairs; studies and statistics on socioeconomic matters; interviews and minutes of meetings with foreign government officials; court proceedings and other legal documents; full texts of important letters, instructions, and cables sent and received by U.S. diplomatic personnel; voluminous reports and translations from foreign journals and newspapers; and countless translations of high-level foreign government documents.  The Central Files also illuminate the internal affairs of foreign countries. For each country there are thousands of pages arranged topically and chronologically on crucial subjects: political parties and elections, unrest and revolution, human rights, government administration, fiscal and monetary issues, labor, housing, police and crime, public health, national defense, foreign policy-making, wars and alliances, education, religion, culture, trade, industry, natural resources, and more." — From UPA's description of the general files from which these are filmed.
Mic microfm F1235.C6645 2003 .
United States. Dept. of State — Archives/ Mexico — Politics and government — 1946-1970 — Sources/ Mexico — Foreign relations — 1946-1970 — Sources.

451.  U.S. military intelligence reports Mexico, 1919-1941. Robert Lester 9 microfilm reels ; 35 mm . Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1984.
Printed guide: U.S. military intelligence reports : Mexico, 1919-1941 at F1234.U.58 Index. "The Documents in this Collection are from the National Archives and Record Service, Washington, D.C., Record Group #165. Military Intelligence Division Files: Mexico"—P. [iii], guide.
   Approximately 10,000 pages of reports by American military attachés and their staffs on internal politics, socioeconomic conditions, and foreign affairs of Mexico.  Manufacture of munitions, mobilization and deployment of troops reported, as well as social and political unrest, strategies of political campaigns, influence of propaganda and the press, and rise and fall of military and political figures of the day.  Interviews with government officials, eyewitness coverage of military action, etc.  Period covered by this collection included overthrow of Carranza, reform attempts by Obregón, controversies with US over petroleum rights and with the Catholic church during administration of Calles, reform under Cárdenas, etc.
Mic _  microfm  _F1234.U58 1984.
Mexico—History—1910-1946—Sources/ Mexico—Politics and government—1910-1946—Sources/ Mexico—History, Military—Sources.

452.  Cointelpro Nationalist groups. [microform] : the counterintelligence program of the FBI. [Mexican] border coverage. United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation 1 microfilm reel . Cointelpro the Counterintelligence Program of the FBI (30 Reels). Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 1978.
Cointelpro, the counterintelligence program of the FBI is a microfilm project by Scholarly Resources, Inc., comprising several sections.  Local holdings include 1 reel "National groups," (Mexicans).
   Contents:  Subfile 16 EP [El Paso].—Subfile 38 PX [Phoenix].—Subfile 45 SA [San Antonio].—Subfile 46 SD [San Diego].—Subfile 221 [Mexico City]. "File no. 100-434445"/ Microfilm. Wilmington, Del. : Scholarly Resources, 1978. — 1 reel ; 35 mm. — (COINTELPRO : the Counterintelligence Program of the FBI : nationalist groups ; reel 1)/ "This material was released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in December 1977 under provision of the Freedom of Information Act."—Publisher's notes.
microfmJK468.I6U54 1978.
United States—Federal Bureau of Investigation/ Intelligence service—Mexico.

453.  Mexico: British Foreign Office general correspondence, 1919-1958. Great Britain. Foreign Office 138 microfilm reels . Bethesda, Md: University Publications of America, [1981?]-.
   Covers 1919 to 1951.  Comprises official memoranda, dispatches, directives, reports and cables and other correspondence between the Foreign Office in London and British diplomats and consular staff in Mexico, as well as incoming personal correspondence and official replies.  The series documents relations between Mexico and Britain from the period of Mexico’s revolution through the post-war period, a period in which Mexico sought to recover earlier concessions of land, railroad, mineral, and oil rights in the hands of foreign governments.  The documents provide primary reporting on political, social, and economic developments during a period of considerable transition.
Mic _  microfm  _DA566.7.M4 1981.
Great Britain—Foreign Office/ Great Britain—Foreign relations—Mexico—Sources/ Mexico—Foreign relations—Great Britain—Sources.

454.  Records of the German Foreign Office received by the Department of State. Mexico (1920-1945). Germany. Auswärtiges Amt. 24 reels . Washington, D.C: National Archives, 1958.
Records filmed at Whaddon Hall, England.
   Collection consists of 24 reels selected from U. S. National Archives Microcopy T-120, Records of the German Foreign Office Received by the Department of State, and comprises all the reels in that series that refer substantially to Mexico.  There is a printed guide at call number F1228.5.G3A43 1990z Guide, which consists of excerpts from the extensive four-volume Catalog of Files and Microfilms of the German Foreign Ministry Archives, 1920-1945, compiled and edited by George O. Kent, and published by the Hoover Institution, Stanford, California, 1962-1972 (call number CD1261.A3).  Collection consists of T-120 reel numbers 143, 218, 377, 733, 1076, 1172, 1297, 1304, 1494, 1541, 1862, 1903, 2677, 2717, 3006, 3018, 3155, 3185, 3190, 3397, 3400, 4005, 4357, and 4712.
Mic  microfm F1228.5.G3A43.
Germany—Foreign relations—1918-1933—Sources/ Germany—Foreign relations—1933-1945—Sources/ Mexico—Foreign relations—Germany—Sources/ Germany—Foreign relations—Mexico—Sources.

455.  Diario de los debates de la H. Cámara de Diputados, 1916-1994. Mexico. Congreso. Cámara de Diputados 3 computer laser optical discs . Mexico: LV Legislatura, Comité de Biblioteca, 1994.
"Con la colaboración técnica del INEGI"—Disc label. Disco 1. Nov. de 1916-Ago. de 1952 — Disco 2. Ago. de 1952-Ago. de 1985 — Disco 3. Ago. de 1985-Jul. de 1994.
   Contains the full text of legislative debate in the Cámara de Diputados between 1916 and 1994 as originally recorded in the Diario de los debates. Includes about 7,000 diarios and texts of the Constituciones of 1857 and 1917.
J171.K2M485 1994 JRL JMedia _CDRom_.
Mexico—Politics and government.

456.  Constitutions, laws, and codes from Mexico.  3 microfilm reels . Princeton University Latin American Pamphlet Collection. Princeton, N.J [Wilmington, Del.]: Princeton University Library Scholarly Resources, Inc. [distributor], 1989.
Collection of constitutions from Mexico.
   Printed Guide at F1226.P74 1986 Guide.
Mic  microfm F1226.P74 1986.
Constitutions—Mexico/ Constitutional law—Mexico.

457.  Government in Mexico.  1 reel . Princeton University Latin American Pamphlet Collection. Princeton, N.J [Wilmington, Del.]: Princeton University Library Scholarly Resources, Inc. [distributor], 1986.
Avila Camacho, Manuel, 1897-1955 (M 2476) — Alemán, Miguel, 1905- (M 2475).
   Printed Guide at F1226.P74 1986 Guide.
Mic  microfm F1226.P74 1986.
Mexico. President/ Avila Camacho, Manuel, 1897-1955/ Alemán, Miguel, 1905- / Mexico—Politics and government—1910-1946/ Mexico—Politics and government—1946-1970/ Mexico—History—20th century.

458.  Politics in Mexico.  2 microfilm reels . Princeton University Latin American Pamphlet Collection. Princeton, N.J [Wilmington, Del.]: Princeton University Library; Scholarly Resources, Inc. [distributor], 1981.
Princeton University Latin American pamphlet collection.
   Contents:  Mexican revolution, 1910-1917 (reel 2478) — Partido Revolucionario Institucional, political campaign literature, 1981-1982 (reel 1936).  Printed Guide at F1226.P74 1986 Guide.
Mic  microfm F1226.P74 1986.
Mexico — Politics and government — Sources/ Mexico — Partido Revolucionario Institucional — Sources.

459.  Socioeconomic conditions in Mexico.  7 reels . Princeton University Latin American Pamphlet Collection. Princeton, N.J [Wilmington, Del.]: Princeton University Library Scholarly Resources, Inc. [distributor], 1986.
   reel 1. Mexico's foreign relations and petroleum, 1925-1929 (M2474) ; Mexican nationalization of petroleum, 1938 (M2473); Earthquake in Mexico, 1985 (M2422) — reels 2-3. Gold standard and Latin America, with particular emphasis on Mexico (M3152) —reel 4. Economic conditions and the labor movement in Mexico (M3253) — reel 5.  Economic conditions and the labor movement in Mexico (M3253) ; Mexican political and labor pamphlets, 1922-1945 (M2491) — reel 6. Education in Mexico, 1916-1941(M2482) ; Primaria intensiva para adultos (M2520) — reel 7. Primaria intensiva para adultos (M2520).
Mic  microfm F1226.P74 1986.
Mexico — Economic conditions — 1918- / Monetary policy — Mexico — History — 20th century/ Labor movement — Mexico — History — 20th century/ Education — Mexico — History — 20th century.

460.  Culture in Mexico. Princeton University Library 1 reel . Princeton University Latin American Pamphlet Collection. Princeton, N.J [Wilmington, Del.]: Princeton University Library; Scholarly Resources, Inc. [distributor], 1981.
Zaguan (Mexico) [periodical].
Mic  microfm F1226.P74 1986 reel 3145.
Mexican literature—20th century—Periodicals/ Zaguan (Mexico) [periodical].

461.  Church and religion in Mexico.  21 microfilm reels . Princeton University Latin American Pamphlet Collection. Princeton, N.J [Wilmington, Del.]: Princeton University Library [Scholarly Resources, Inc.], 1986-1990.
Title from container. reel 1. Mexican church and state relations, 1916-1935 (M2481) — reels 2-3. Church material from Mexico (M2651) — reels 4-15. El Faro (M3155) — reels 16-21. El Mundo cristiano (Mexico) (M3154).
   Printed Guide at F1226.P74 1986 Guide.
Mic  microfm F1226.P74 1986.
Protestant churches—Mexico/ Church and state—Mexico/ Mexico—Church history—20th century/ El Faro/ Mundo cristiano.

462.  Latin American anarchist and labour periodicals, 1880-1940.  16 reels . Leiden, The Netherlands: IDC, 1999.
Filmed from the holdings of the International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, Holland. Printed guide, Guide to the microform collection Latin American anarchist and labour periodicals, c. 1880-1940, at HD8110.5.A3 1999.
   Reproduces the IISH collection of periodicals from the formative period of Latin American labour movements and anarchist groups (1890-1920). The Austrian anarchist, historian and collector, Max Nettlau (1865-1944), amassed the most significant segments of the collection.
       Due to the Civil War (1910-1920), the labor movements acquired distinct political influence.  The government involved the Casa del Obrero Mundial in the war; “Red Battalions” fought against Zapata and Villa.  Titles include:  Ariete, Rendicion Obrera, Revolucion Social; El Sindicalista; and Tribuna Roja.  Also included are publications of the national communist party and communist splinter movements. Holdings:  Mexico section,  reels 82-94.
Mic  microfm HD8110.5.A3 1999.
Labor—Latin America/ Labor movement—Latin America.

463.  Princeton University Latin American pamphlet collection. Mexico.  35 reels . Princeton, N.J Wilmington, Del: Photographic Services, Princeton University Library Distributed by Scholarly Resources, 1986-.
Title from microfilm container. Politics in Mexico — Government in Mexico — Socioeconomic conditions in Mexico — Constitutions, laws, and codes from Mexico — Culture in Mexico — Church and religion in Mexico — Women and gender issues in Mexico.
   See separate entries for each section for contents notes.  Printed Guide at F1226.P74 1986 Guide.
Mic  microfm F1226.P74 1986.
Catholic Church/ Law—Mexico/ Women—Mexico/ Mexico—Politics and government/ Mexico—Social conditions/ Mexico—Economic conditions/ Mexico—Constitution/ Mexico—Intellectual life/ Mexico—Civilization/ Mexico—Religion .

464.  Mexican and Central American political and social ephemera, 1980-1991.  35 reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1992.
   Part of a collection of 3112 pamphlets, broadsides, etc. documenting the political and social climate in Mexico and Central America during the period 1980-1991. Guide to contents appears on each reel. Collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress. reels 1-15. Mexican politics — reels 16-26. Mexican social conditions — reels 27-35. [Other parts not held:  Central America — reels 36-43. Nicaragua — reel 44. Posters.]  New parties and coalitions appearing in the 1980's are well represented in the collection by platforms, statutes, and campaign literature.  Human rights, women's rights, ecology, and conservation are also represented in ways that often are not documented in more mainstream publications.
Mic  microfm F1236.M4951 1992.
Human rights—Mexico/ Women—Mexico/ Ecology—Mexico/ Labor movement—Mexico/ Mexico—Politics and government—1970-1988/ Mexico—Politics and government—1988-/ Mexico—Foreign relations—1970-.

465.  Mexico: North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA) archive of Latin Americana.
.
North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA) 16 microfilm reels . [Wilmington, DE]: Scholarly Resources, [n.d.].
   Includes material dating from 1947 to 1992. "A project sponsored and underwritten by the New School  for Social Research." Politics : current events : Porque? revista  independiente (Mexico, 1968-1974) : Centro Nacional de Comunicacion Social (CENCOES) : Indice (Mexico,  1972) ; Comunicacion (Mexico, 1973) : Otro porque :  revista independiente (Mexico, 1981-1982) ; Secretariado Social Mexicano : Contacto(Mexico, 1971, 1974) :  Opinion (Hermosillo, 1991) ; Unidad y linea— revista de educacion popular (Mexico, 1979-1981) —  Politics : political parties : Partido Revolucionario de los Trabajadores : Bandera socialista (Mexico, 1978-1982) —  Politics : miscellaneous publications, 1960-1991 — Socioeconomic conditions : economics : El mercado de valores  (Mexico, 1967-1974) — Solidarity groups : immigration :  American Friends Service Committee : Boletin informativo  para asuntos migratorios y fronterizos (Mexico, 1978-1981) ;  Newsletter (Philadelphia, 1980-1981) ; Boletin informativo (Philadelphia, 1980-1981) — Solidarity groups :  miscellaneous publications, 1974-1991 — Human rights :  miscellaneous publications, 1970-1988 — Racial groups :  Indians : Instituto de Asesoria Antropologica para la  Region Maya, A.C. (INAREMAC) : Apartes de lectura (San Cristobal de las Casas, 1977-1980) ; La otra palabra  (San Cristobal de las Casas, 1982-1984) ; Documentos  (San Cristobal de las Casas, 1978-1988) ; Institute of Current World Affairs, miscellaneous publications, 1971-1972 - - Women : Maria, liberacion del pueblo (Cuernavaca,  1977-1984).
microfm JL1298.A1M495 1998.
Catholic Church — Mexico — Political activity./ Political parties — Mexico./ Indians of Mexico./ Human rights — Mexico./ Women/ — Mexico./ Mexico — Politics and government — 20th century./ Mexico — Social conditions — 20th century./ Mexico — Economic conditions — 20th century./ Mexico — Foreign public opinion./ Mexico — Emigration and immigration/ North American Congress on Latin America./ Scholarly Resources, inc./ New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y.)/ Centro Nacional de Comunicacion Social (Mexico City, Mexico) / Secretariado Social Mexicano / Partido Revolucionario de los Trabajadores (Mexico)/ American Friends Service Committee./ INAREMAC (Organization)/ Institute of Current World Affairs./ Porque? revista independiente./ Indice (Mexico City, Mexico)/ Comunicacion (Centro Nacional de Comunicacion / Social (Mexico City, Mexico))/ Otro porque./ Contacto (Secretariado Social Mexicano)/ Opinion (Hermosillo, Mexico)/ Unidad y linea./ Bandera socialista/ Mercado de valores/ Boletin informativo para asuntos migratorios y fronterizos/ Newsletter (American Friends Service Committee)/ Boletin informativo (American Friends Service Committee)/ Apartes de lectura./ Otra palabra (San Cristobal de Las Casas, Mexico)/ Documentos (INAREMAC (Organization))/ Maria (Cuernavaca, Mexico).

466.  Princeton University Libraries Latin American microfilm collection. Supplement 1. Women and gender issues in Mexico. Princeton University Library 2 microfilm reels . Princeton, NJ [Wilmington, Del.]: Princeton University Libraries Scholarly Resources, Inc. [distributor], 1995.
Title from container. Supplement to: Princeton University Latin American pamphlet collection.
Mic  microfm HQ1462.P756 1995.
Women—Mexico—History—20th century/ Women—Mexico—Social conditions/ Women in politics—Mexico/ Women's rights—Mexico.

467.  Princeton University Libraries Latin American microfilm collection. Supplement 1. Socioeconomic conditions in Mexico. Princeton University Library 2 microfilm reels . Princeton, NJ [Wilmington, Del.]: Princeton University Libraries Scholarly Resources, Inc. [distributor], 1995.
Title from container. Supplement to: Princeton University Latin American pamphlet collection.
Mic  microfm HD8111.P756 1995.
Labor—Mexico—Periodicals/ Labor movement—Mexico—Periodicals.

468.  Princeton University Libraries Latin American microfilm collection. Supplement 1. Politics in Mexico. Princeton University Library 4 microfilm reels . Princeton, NJ Wilmington, Del: Princeton University Libraries Scholarly Resources, [distributor], 1995.
Title from container. Supplement to: Princeton University Latin American pamphlet collection.
Mic  microfm JL1298.A1P756 1995.
Political parties—Mexico—History—20th century/ Elections—Mexico—History—20th century/ Election law—Mexico/ Mexico—Politics and government—1970-1988/ Mexico—Politics and government—1988-.

469.  Textos clasicos para la historia de Centroamerica.  1 disc . Madrid: Fundacion Historica Tavera, 2001.
   Contains 29 works:  History of Central America [3 vol.] / Hubert Howe Bancroft (1883-1887) — Colección de documentos para la historia de Costa-Rica [10 vol.] / comp. por Fernandez (1881-1907) — Historia de Guatemala ó recordación florida [2 vol.] / Francisco Antonio de Fuentes y Guzmán (1882-1883) — Elementos de la historia de Centro-América / Agustin Gómez Carrillo (1900) — Central America : Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Honduras, Panama, and Salvador / W.H. Koebel (1919) — Memorias para la historia de la revolución de Centro-América (1832) — Historia de la América central desde el descubrimiento del país por los españoles (1502) hasta su independicia de la España (1821) : Precedida de una "Noticia Histórica" relativa á las naciones que habitaban la América Central á la llegada de los españoles [2 vol.] / Jose Milla (1879-1882) — Reseña histórica de Centro-América : tomo primero / Lorenzo Montufar (1878) — Crónica de la Provincia del Santísimo Nombre de Jesús de Guatemala de la Orden de N. Seráfico Padre San Francisco en el Reino de la Nueva España [4 vol.] / Francisco Vazqquez (1937-1944) — Historia de la Provincia de San Vicente de Chiapa y Guatemala [4 vol.:81,82,83 y 84] / Francisco Ximénez (1965).
CDRomF1421.T49 2001.
Central America — History.

470.  Mexico and Central America.  30 reels . Latin American History and Culture:  an Archival Record.  Yale University Collection of Latin American Manuscripts. Woodbridge, Conn.: Primary Source Media, 2000-2001.
Yale University Collection of Latin American manuscripts, Part I, is in three sections:  Andean Collection, 1538-1878; Mexico and Central America; and Spain.
   Mexican and Central American collection (30 reels) comprises 28 mss. volumes from the 16th through 18th centuries and 23 from the 19th century.  Topics include economics and political history, church history, and native culture.  Numerous original texts concerning mining industry in New Spain.  Many mss. concern Viceregal policy on economic affairs.  Political texts, letters, and essays, including the unpublished correspondence of Iturbide.  Ecclesiastical mss. include the papers of 17th century bishop of Puebla; accounts of missionary work in 18th century Sonora, etc.  Mesoamerican sources include a Quiche grammar; Mesoamerican chronicles; Mexican antiquities; account of devastation of earthquake among Indian and Creole population in Guatemala.  A large 18th century map of Guatemale is included. Printed Guide at F2212.A535 2000 Guide.
Mic microfm F2212.A534 2000.
Mexico— History — Sources/ Central America — History — Sources.

471.  El Salvador : the making of U.S. policy, 1977-1984.  870 microfiches . Alexandria, VA [Washington, D.C.]: Chadwyck-Healey National Security Archive, 1989.
Accompanied by printed guide with call no. E183.8.S2S250 1989.
   27,000 pages of documents from archives of various government agency files, released primarily through Freedom of Information procedures.  State Department is the largest source of the documents, but also included are documents from files of White House, NSC, CIA, DIA, departments of Defense, Treasury, Justice, FBI, GAO and others.
microfc E183.8.S2S26 1989 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—El Salvador—Sources/ El Salvador—Foreign relations—United States—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1977-1981—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1981-1989—Sources/ El Salvador—Politics and government—1944-1979—Sources/ National Security Archive (U.S.).

472.  [Isthmian diplomacy.   1849-57]. Great Britain.  Foreign Office.
Original mss. in the Public Record Office, London.  Anglo-American relations in Nicaragua.
microfm JX2 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Nicaragua/ United States—Foreign relations—Great Britain/ Great Britain—Foreign relations—Nicaragua/ Nicaragua—History—Sources.

473.  Despatches from United States consuls in Panama, 1823-1906. United States.  Dept. of State 27 reels . Washington: National Archives, 1949.
           File microcopies of records in the National Archives: no. 139.
microfm J92 M-139 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Panama/ Panama—Foreign relations—United States.

474.  Panama Canal Zone Library pamphlets.  7 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program  Available from Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1995.
Contains 164 books and pamphlets transferred from the collections of the Panama Canal Zone Library, mostly in Spanish and English, primarily published in Panama and the U.S. between the years 1831-1977. Covers the political, social, and economic history of Panama and the Canal Zone. Material is alphabetically arranged by author and title. Guide to contents filmed at beginning of first reel. Master microform held by: DLC.
Mic microfm F1566.P363 1995.
Panama—History/ Panama Canal (Panama)—History/ United States—Relations—Panama/ Panama—Relations—United States/ Latin American studies.

475.  Catálogos. Archivo Arzobispal de Lima Laura ed. Gutiérrez Arbulú. 1 computer optical disc . Toledo: Fundación Histórica Tavera , 1999.
"Contiene los catálogos de las secciones Ordenes Religiosas, Monasterios, Reales Cédulas y Capellanías del Archivo Arzobispal de Lima.".
CD4239.L5 A72 1999 JMedia _CDRom.
Archivo Arzobispal de Lima/ Lima (Peru)—Church history—Sources/ Peru—Church history—Sources.

476.  Andean Collection, 1538-1878.  13 reels . Latin American History and Culture:  an Archival Record.  Yale University Collection of Latin American Manuscripts. Woodbridge, Conn.: Primary Source Media, 2000-2001.
Yale University Collection of Latin American manuscripts, Part I, is in three sections:  Andean Collection, 1538-1878; Mexico and Central America; and Spain.
    Andean collection (13 reels) comprises 48 vv. of original mss. from the 16th to 18th centuries and 26 vv. of mss. from the 19th century.  Topics include church history, native cultures, economics, mining, and politics.  Numerous mss. concerning Jesuits and Inquisition.  Account books recording Indian tribute payments in Cuzco area.  Documents recording original Indian water and land rights.  Mss. on Indian religion and culture, and chronicles of Incas.  Numerous documents on mining and trades.  Viceregal reports and governmental documents.  Miscellaneous categories include documents of the leaders of independence movements, poetry, works on flora, etc.
microfm F2212.A534 2000.
Andes Region — History/ Andes Region — Civilization/ Peru — History — Sources.

477.  Textos clásicos sobre el área andina.  Pablo José de ed. Arriaga. 1 computer optical disk . Madrid, España: Fundación Histórica Tavera DIGIBIS, 2000.
Contents:  Extirpación de la idolatria del Perú / Pablo José de Arriaga — Guerra de las Salinas ; La guerra de Quito ; Segunda parte de la Crónica del Perú ; Guerra de Chupas ; La Crónica del Perú / Pedro Cieza de León — Primera y segunda parte de la historia del Perú / Diego Fernández — Origen de los indios de el Nuevo Mundo, e Indias occidentales ; Predicación del evangelio en el Nuevo Mundo, viuiendo los Apostoles / Gregorio Garcia — Relacion de la fabulas y ritos de los Incas ; Relación de la conquista y población del Perú / Cristóbal de Molina (Cura) ; Cristóbal de Molina (So-Chantre) — Varones ilustres del Nuevo Mundo / Fernando Pizarro y Orellana — Republicas del mundo / Jerónimo Román — Memorial de las historias del Nuevo Mundo Perú / Buenaventura Salinas y Córdoba — Verdadera relación de la conquista del Perú / Francisco de Xerez — Historia del desubrimiento y conquista de las provincias del Perú, y de los successos que en ella ha auido / Agustin de Zárate.
F2212 .T49 2000 JMedia _.
Andes Region—History/ Peru—History.

478.  Catálogos fondos antiguos de las bibliotecas La Recoleta, Seminario de San Jerónimo, Convento de la Merced, Convento de Santo Domingo.  1 computer optical disk . Madrid: Istituto Italo Latinoamericano. Fundación Histórica Tavera, 2000.
 "El presente CD-ROM es et resultado de un acuerdo de colaboración entre el Istituto Italo-Latinoamericano de Roma y la Fundación Histórica Tavera; contiene los catálogos informatizados de los fondos antiguos de las bibliotecas La Recoleta, Seminario de San Jerónimo, Convento de la Merced y Convento de Santo Domingo, todos ellos de Arequipa (Perú)"—Container.
Z907.P4 C38 2000 JRL JMedia _CDRom_.
Recoleta (Arequipa, Peru)/ Seminario de San Jerónimo (Arequipa, Peru)/ Convento de la Merced (Arequipa, Peru)/ Convento de Santo Domingo (Arequipa, Peru)/ Church libraries—Peru—Arequipa.

479.  Textos clasicos para la historia de Bolivia.  1 disc . Madrid: Fundacion Historica Tavera, 2001.
Contains 22 works:  Arte de los metales en qve se enseña el verdadero beneficio de los de oro / Álvaro Alonso Barba (1640) — Historia general de Bolivia : (El proceso de la nacionalidad) 1809-1921 / Alcides Arguedas (1922) — Guía histórica, geográfica, física, política, civil, y legal del Gobierno e Intendencia de la Provincia de Potosí : dividida en dos partes ... / Pedro Vicente Cañete y Dominguez (1952) — Relación general de la villa imperial de Potosí / Luis Capoche (1959) — Las misiones franciscanas entre los infieles de Bolivia : Descripción del estado de ellas en 1883 y 1884 ... / José Cardús (1886) — Colección de documentos inéditos relativos al descubrimiento, conquista y organización ... : tomo XXIV (1875) — El Lazarillo de Ciegos Caminantes / Concolorcorvo (1943) — Diario del alzamiento de indios conjurados contra la ciudad de Nuestra Señora de la Paz : 1781 / Francisco Tadeo Díez de Medina (1994) — Hombres representativos / Alberto Gutiérrez (1926) — La Guerra de 1879 (1975) — El Tucumán del siglo XVI : (Bajo el gobierno de Juan Ramírez de Velasco) / Ricardo Jaimes Freyre (1914) — Descripción breve de toda la tierra del Perú, Tucumán, Río de la Plata y Chile / Reginaldo de Lizarraga (1968) — Jornada del Río Marañón / Toribio de Ortiguera (1968) — Tesoros verdaderos de las Yndias En la Historia de la gran Prouincia de San Ivan Bavtista del Perv ... [3 vols.] / Juan Meléndez (1681-1682) — La Audencia de Charcas / Gabriel René Morena (1970) — Catalogo del Archivo de Mojos y Chiquitos / Gabriel René Morena (1973) — Matanzas de Yáñez / Gabriel René Morena (1886) — Últimos días coloniales en el Alto-Perú : Documentos inéditos 1808 [2 vols.] / Gabriel René Morena (1896-1897) — Historia de Nuestra Señora de Copacabana / Alonso Ramos Gavilán (1976) — Pretensiones de la villa imperial de Potosi propuestas en el Real Consejo de las Indias / Sebastian de Sandoval y Guzmán (1634).
CDRomF3321.T49 2001.
Bolivia — History.

480.  [Source documents relating to indigenous communities in colonial Alto Peru].  ca. 75 items . [1984?].
   Each part preceded by table of contents. Documents pertaining to the Potosi labor draft of the late 18th century, the rebellion of 1780 in Chayanta, and the 1751 rebellion of Capchas, located in the Archivo General de la Nación de Argentina and selected by Thomas Abercrombie.
microfm F521 Mic.
Peru—History—1548-1820—Sources/ Bolivia—History—To 1809—Sources/ Potosí/ Chayanta/ Capchas/ Abercrombie, Thomas Alan/ Archivo General de la Nación (Argentina).

481.  Latin American pamphlets from the Yale University Library selections from 1600-1900. Yale University Library ca. 9625 microfiches . New York: Clearwater Pub. Co, 1985.
   These pamphlets present first-hand documentation of the social, political, and economic conditions in Latin America from the 17th through the 20th centuries, including original reports, histories, biographies, political broadsides, scholarly theses, speeches by religious and civic leaders, and playbills.
Over 6,000 pamphlets on Mexico comprise the greater portion of the collection, with much the greatest emphasis on the 19th century.  Almost 2,000 pamphlets comprise the Peruvian collection.  The remaining 1,325 pamphlets with with other Central and South American countries and Caribbean islands.
There is a 7 volume printed guide edited by Lofton Wilson at Z1431.Y19 1985 RR3 providing access by author, title, subject, and imprint date for each of the three sections of the collection [Mexico — Peru — Miscellaneous].  The subject indexes employ about 150 headings.
Mic  microfc F1410.Y354 1985.
Latin America/ Mexico/ Peru.

482.  Textos clásicos para la historia del Perú.  Francisco ed. García Calderón. 1 computer optical disk . Madrid, España: Fundación Histórica Tavera , 2000.
Contents:  Diccionario de la legislación peruana, tomo I-II (1860-1862), suplemento (1864) / Francisco García Calderón — Escritos y discursos, tomo I-II (1929-1930) / Bartolomé Herrera — Diccionario histórico-biográfico del Perú, Parte primera, que corresponde a la época de la dominación española, tomo I-VIII (1874-1890).
F3402 .T49 2000 JMedia _.
Law—Peru/ Peru—History/ Peru/ Peru—Politics and government.

483.  Historia y sociedad Peruanas [fondo bibliográfico de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú : Colección de 35 monografías].  1 computer optical disk . Lima, Peru; Madrid: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú; Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1997.
   Includes 35 works (37 vv.; 12,000 pp.) originally published in print by Carlos Aguirre, Rolena Adorno, Quintin Aldea V., Teófilo Altamirano, Antonio del Busto D., Luis Jaime Castillo, Adolfo Figueroa, Ricardo González Vigil, Jorge A. Guevara Gil, Teodoro Hampe Martínez, Ana Marie Hocquenghem, Keffrey Klaiber, S. J., Armando Nieto Vélez, Juan Ossio Acuña, José Antonio Payet, Liliana Regalado de H., Lucio Catro de Trelles, Dennis Sulmont, Marcel V., Jan Szeminsky, F. de Trazegnies G., Efraín Trelles, Adolfo Winternitz, Celia Wu B., Manuel Marzal F., Enrique Rojas Z., Anita Cook.
F3431 .H578 1997 JMedia _CDRom_.
Anthropology—Peru/ Ethnology—Peru/ Peru—History/ Peru—Civilization.

484.  Latin American and Iberian pamphlets II (1802-1992). Bolivia. Bolivian culture pamphlets.  1 microfilm reel . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program, 1994.
Master microform held by: DLC. Contains 14 pamphlets. Part of a collection of 6,908 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for Microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office.
Mic microfmN6644L374.
Art, Bolivian/ Architecture—Bolivia/ Bolivian literature/ Bolivia—Social conditions/ Bolivia—Religion.

485.  Brasil.  1 computer optical disc . Madrid, España: Fundación Histórica Tavera , 1997.
   Includes 21 works (24 vv.), on the historical development of Brazil.  Authors include:  Silva, Leonardo Dantas; Abreu, João Capistrano de; Abreu, João Capistrano de; Antonil, André João; Armitage, John; Brandáo, Ambrósio Fernandes; Calado, Manoel; Calado, Manoel; Cardoso, Vicente Licínio; Cardoso, Vicente Licínio; Cardoso, Vicente Licínio; Jardim, Antônio da Silva; Koster, Henry; Lima, Oliveira; Lima, Oliveira; Lima, Oliveira; Mello, José Antônio Gonsalves de; Mello, José Antônio Gonsalves de; Nabuco, Joaquim; Prado, Eduardo; Sousa, Gabriel Soares de; Varnhagen, Francisco Adolfo de Visconde de Porto Seguro; Varnhagen, Francisco Adolfo de Visconde de Porto Seguro; Viana, Oliveira.
F2521 .B72 1997 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Brazil—History.

486.  Diplomatic instructions of the Department of State, 1801-1906. National Archives (U.S.)  25 rolls microfilm  . Washington: 1945.
Diplomatic instructions are copies of communications to American diplomatic representatives, and for the early years, to consular representatives.  They relate to all phases of U.S. foreign relations and the administration of diplomatic posts.  Before 1870 most volumes of instructions contain a register of contents.  Later contents are listed in a unified register.
          Library holds reels pertinent to relations with Mexico and with Brazil, 1815-1906:  "United States Ministers, Instructions," reel no. 3 Nov. 2, 1815-Dec. 7, 1819; reel no. 4 Feb. 10, 1820-July 15, 1823; reel no. 5 July 15, 1823-Dec. 30, 1825; reel no. 6 Jan. 6, 1826-Oct. 24, 1827; reel no. 7 Oct. 23, 1827-Nov. 3, 1829.  American States:  reel no. 9 Apr. 2, 1829-May 27, 1833.  Argentina:  reel no. 11 Jan. 6, 1872-Jan. 22, 1892.  Brazil:  reel no. 23 May 29, 1833-Nov. 11, 1862; reel no. 24 Nov. 12, 1862-Mar. 6, 1875; reel no. 25 Mar. 12, 1875-Nov. 25, 1893; reel no. 26 Nov. 27, 1893-Aug. 9, 1906.  Mexico: reel no. 111 May 29, 1833-Mar. 29, 1845; reel no. 112 Nov. 10, 1845-Apr. 6, 1854; reel no. 113 May 6, 1854-Nov. 20, 1867; reel no. 114 Nov. 23, 1867-Apr. 26, 1873; reel no. 115 May 7, 1873-June 19, 1879; reel no. 116 June 23, 1879-Dec. 29, 1883; reel no. 117 Jan. 2, 1884-May 16, 1887; reel no. 118 May 18, 1887-Jan. 3, 1891; reel no. 119 Jan. 5, 1891-Sept. 13, 1895; reel no. 120 Sept. 17, 1895-Feb. 21, 1899; reel no. 121 Feb. 23, 1899-Mar. 10, 1904; reel no. 122 Mar. 11, 1904-Aug. 9, 1906.   Special missions:  reel no. 152 Dec. 15, 1823-Nov. 13, 1852; reel no. 154 Sept. 11, 1852-Aug. 31, 1886.
   National Archives Microfilm publication M77.
Mic microfm  E183.7.N385 1945.
Diplomatic and consular service, American/ United States—Foreign relations/ United States — Foreign relations — Mexico — Sources/ United States — Foreign relations — Brazil — Sources/ Mexico — Foreign relations — United States — Sources/ Brazil — Foreign relations — United States — Sources.

487.  Despatches from United States ministers to Brazil, 1809-1906. United States Embassy Brasil 74 reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications Microcopy, M121. Washington: National Archives, 1947-1951.
Mic microfm  E183.8.B6D477 1947.
Brazil—Foreign relations—United States/ United States—Foreign relations—Brazil.

488.  Despatches from United States consuls in Rio de Janeiro, 1811-1906. United States Consulate General (Rio de Janeiro) 33 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, microcopy no. T-172. Washington: National Archives, 1959.
Mic microfm  E183.8.B7U52 1959.
Consular reports—United States/ United States—Foreign relations—Brazil/ Brazil—Foreign relations—United States.

489.  Despatches from United States ministers to Brazil, 1809-1906 Pamphlet accompanying microcopy no. M121. United States. Dept. of State 6 p . National Archives Microfilm Publications. Washington: National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1971.
InProc.
United States—Foreign relations—Brazil/ Brazil—Foreign relations—United States.

490.  Brazil's popular groups, 1966-1986.  32 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service, 1988.
   A collection of materials (2,271 pieces) issued by socio-political, religious, labor, and minority grass-roots organizations in Brazil between 1966 and 1986. Includes indexes. Master microform held by: DLC.
Microfm HN287.B75 1988 Mic.
Church and social problems—Brazil/ Land reform—Brazil/ Labor—Brazil/ Human rights—Brazil/ Brazil—Social conditions—1964-1985/ Brazil—Politics and government—1964-1985.

491.  Textos clásicos para la historia de Uruguay.  Eduardo ed. Acevedo. 1 computer optical disk . Madrid, España: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 2000.
Contents:   Anales históricos del Uruguay, 5 vols. (1933-1934) / Eduardo Acevedo — Historia de la dominación española en el Uruguay, 3 vols. (1895-1987) / Francisco Bauzá — Compendio de la historia de la República O. del Uruguay, 6 vols. (1895-1902) / Isidoro De-María — Historia de la conquista del Paraguay, Rio de la Plata y Tucumán, 5 vols. (1873-1875) / Pedro Lozano — Apuntes para la historia de la República Oriental del Uruguay, desde el año de 1810 hasta el de 1859, 2 vols. (1864) / Antronio [sic] Diodoro de Pascual.
F2702 .T49 2001 JMedia _CDRom_.
Uruguay—History/ Paraguay—History/ Argentina—History/ Rio de la Plata (Argentina and Uruguay)—History/ Tucumán (Argentina)—History.

8.  Great Britain and Ireland--General materials

492.  Dictionary of national biography on CD-ROM [computer file].  Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, 1995.
Documents the lives of nearly 40,000 people. The entries combine fact, anecdote, and personal memoir. Provides instant access to precise biograpical information and enables wide-ranging searches via name, title, gender, dates, occupation or by a combination of these.
   Constitutes the most important reference work for English biography, containing signed articles by specialists, and excellent biographies; important names are treated at great length, minor names more briefly, and all are generally reliable and scholarly.  Scope includes all noteworthy inhabitants of the British Isles and the Colonies, exclusive of living persons.  Supplements bring the record down to 1990.  Print editions at DA28.D46 RR, RR3, and other locations.
CDRomDA28.D58 1995 in special workstation.
Great Britain — Biography — Dictionaries.

493.  British biographical archive.  editors,  Laureen Baillie, and Paul Sieveking. 1236, 16 microfiches . London, New York: K.G. Saur, 1984.
Indexed by 4 v. British biographical index / edited by David Bank and Anthony Esposito, at call number CT773.B750 1990 RR.
   Work is a cumulation of 368 biographical reference works originally published between 1702 and 1956, reproduced in a single alphabetical sequence on 1842 fiche.  Included are biographies of 170,000 individuals listed therein, including persons from England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, and all British colonies prior to the date of their independence or home rule.  Many individuals of local or limited fame are included, listed in highly specialized works.  When the subject appears in more than one reference work, all biographies are included.   Continued by British biographical archive. Series 2 (microfc CT733.B75 1991 RR). 
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
microfc CT773.B75 1984 RR.
Great Britain—Biography/ Great Britain—Colonies—Biography/ Baillie, Laureen/ Sieveking, Paul.

494.  British biographical archive. Series 2.  Editors,  David Bank, and Anthony Esposito. 1868 microfiches . London, New York: K.G. Saur, [1991].
   Work is a cumulation of hundreds of biographical reference works originally published between 1601 and 1978, reproduced in a single alphabetical sequence on 1868 microfiches.  A supplementary series which both complements the material already published in the British biographical archive (microfc CT773.B75 1984 RR) and extends the period covered to 1960.  Included are 150,000 biographies of individuals, including persons from England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, and all British colonies prior to the date of their independence or home rule.  A great majority of these lives fall between the period 1870 to 1960.  This supplementary series also extends the period coverage of many occupations, increases the source material on women, and source material on parts of the Empire has been widely extended.   When the subject appears in more than one reference work, all biographies are included.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
microfc CT733.B75 1991 RR.
Great Britain—Biography/ Great Britain—Colonies—Biography.

495.  Early English books I (Pollard and Redgrave, STC I), 1475-1640.  2052 reels . Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International, [1987].
   Includes nearly all the 26,500 titles listed in Alfred W. Pollard and G. R. Redgrave's Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, and Ireland and of English Books Printed Abroad, 1475-1640, Z2002.P801 1976 RR.   Records for individual titles in this set will appear in the Library's online catalogs, giving reel number and item number.  Titles in this set are fully-digited and may be viewed at the networked site Early English Books Online, at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://wwwlib.umi.com/eebo/ In addition bibliographic records for [most] items in this set appear in the online electronic database English Short Title Catalogue, at www.lib.uchicago.edu/cgi-bin/eureka/estc.scr.  The electronic ESTC can be searched in complex ways, and [most] entries include reel number and item number.  A printed reel guide to the microform collection is at RR Z2002.U614 JRL, and a cross index to reels at Z2002.U6151 RR.
Mic microfm PN6010.E33 1950z.
Literature—Collections/ English literature—Middle English, 1100-1500/ English literature—Early modern, 1500-1700/ Pollard, Alfred W./ Redgrave, G. R./ Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, and Ireland and of English Books Printed Abroad, 1475-1640/ STC I.

496.  [English tracts].  4 reels .
[Originals in Huntington and Columbia University libraries?].
   Reel 1:  13 titles, 1569-1669 — reel 2, 18 titles, 1645-1659 — reel 3, 20 titles, 1603-1653 — reel 4, 7 titles, 1656-1660.
microfm DA59.
Great Britain—History—Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660—Sources/ Great Britain—History—Restoration, 1660-1688—Sources/ Great Britain—History—Civil War, 1642-1649—Sources.

497.  Thomason tracts.  256 microfilm reels . Ann Arbor, Mich: University Microfilms International, 1977-1981.
Accompanied by: The Thomason tracts, 1640-1661 : an index at Z2018.T5 RR. Collection also indexed by Fortescue's 2 v. Catalogue at Z2018.B85 RR.   Titles in this set are fully-digited and may be viewed at the networked site Early English Books Online, at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://wwwlib.umi.com/eebo/ In addition bibliographic records for [most] items in this set appear in the online electronic database English Short Title Catalogue, at www.lib.uchicago.edu/cgi-bin/eureka/estc.scr.  The electronic ESTC can be searched in complex ways, and [most] entries include reel number and item number.
   Microfilm of the Thomason Collection at the British Library, Dept. of Printed Books, comprising 23,926 pamphlets, books, newspapers, and manuscripts relating to the English Civil War, the Commonwealth, and the Restoration.  Comprises about 900,000 pages.
microfm DA410.T5 1977 Mic.
Manuscripts—Great Britain/ Great Britain—History—Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660—Sources/ Great Britain—History—Restoration, 1660-1688—Sources/ Great Britain—History—Civil War, 1642-1649—Sources/ Thomason, George/ British Museum. Dept. of Printed Books. Thomason Collection.

498.  Early English books, 1641-1700.  2633 reels (as of this writing) . Ann Arbor, Mich: University Microfilms International, [1975?]-.
Accompanied by guides at Z2002.W762 1990 RR, and Z2002.U614 RR.
   Selected from Short-title catalogue of books printed in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and British America and of English books printed in other countries, 1641-1700 [STC II], compiled by Donald G. Wing.  Revised and enlarged edition at  Z2003.W76 RR (and other locations).  Collection comprises more than 50,000 titles.  Records for individual titles in this set will appear in the Library's online catalogs, giving reel number and item number.  Titles in this set are fully-digited and may be viewed at the networked site Early English Books Online, at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://wwwlib.umi.com/eebo/ In addition bibliographic records for [most] items in this set appear in the online electronic database English Short Title Catalogue, at www.lib.uchicago.edu/cgi-bin/eureka/estc.scr.  The electronic ESTC can be searched in complex ways, and [most] entries include reel number and item number.
microfm PN6010.E34 1975 Mic.
Literature—Collections/ English literature—Early modern, 1500-1700/ Short-title catalogue of books printed in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and British America and of English books printed in other countries, 1641-1700/ Wing, Donald Goddard/ STC II.

499.  The Eighteenth century.  10,330 reels; approx. 115,000 titles . Woodbridge, Conn: Research Publications, [1982]-.
   Entire collection to consist of approximately 200,000 titles printed in Great Britain and its colonies or printed elsewhere in English from 1701-1800, selected from approximately 500,000 titles included in the  Eighteenth Century Short Title Catalogue [ESTC], an online database created by the British Library and ESTC/North America at www.lib.uchicago.edu/cgi-bin/eureka/estc.scr.  The electronic ESTC can be searched in complex ways, and [most] entries include reel number and item number.  Typically, entries in the ESTC include reel number and item number.  As of this writing, the University of Chicago Library holds units 1-236 of the collection, including the following sections:  History and geography  — Literature and language — Religion and philosophy — Social sciences — Fine arts — Law — Technology and medicine  — General reference and miscellaneous.  Printed reel lists have call number CB411.E44 1982 Index RR.  Reels 1-8820 at CB411.E44 1982 Mic; 8821-10330 at PN6011.E48 Mic.
   See online source: Eighteenth Century Collections Online at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/itweb/chic_rbw?db=ECCO
microfm CB411.E44 1982 Mic, microfm PN6011.E48 Mic.
Eighteenth century/ English imprints/ ESTC (Project)/ ESTC/ NA (Project).

500.  Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature.  2885 microfilm reels .
   Collection of about 59,000 titles, including not only works on economic theory, trade and commerce, and public finance, but also the technical literature on agriculture, mining, crafts and manufacturing.  Also included are materials on topics such as slavery, public utilities, demography and urban development, piracy, smuggling, tithes, counterfeiting and numismatics, poverty and welfare, penology, emigration, dietary conditions, colonies, and every aspect of transportation.  Languages represented include Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish.  Call no.:  microfm HB30.G64 1974 Mic.  For full description, see entry 536 in this Guide.

501.  London newsletters collection.  4 reels .
Microfilm reproduction of originals in: Library of Congress, MS 18,124. National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections no. MS 82-1209.
   Nine vols. of letters from various persons at the offices of the British ministry at Whitehall to William Scott, 5th Laird of Harden (d. 1707) relating to such matters as royal travel and itinerary, events in Parliament, military operations on the continent, diplomatic meetings, religious movements, shipping and commercial agreements, and London social life.  Ca. 3000 items.
microfm CD1029.5.S36L662 1665 Mic.
Scott, William, sir, d. 1707—Archives/ London (England)—History—17th century—Sources/ Great Britain—History—Restoration, 1660-1688—Sources.

502.  Early English newspapers.   1207 reels 1978-.
   Microfilm collection of broadsides, newspapers, pamphlets, and periodicals published in Great Britain. This microfilm set includes titles originally in the collections of Dr. Charles Burney, later acquired by the British Library in 1818, and John Nichols, later acquired by the Bodleian Library in 1865.  Collection includes some 500 titles, dating from the beginning of the 18th century to the early 19th century, as well as an array of 17th century corantos, diurnals, and newsbooks.  Includes both London titles and "provincial" titles from outlying parts of Britain and colonial possessions.  A bibliography and guide to this collection was compiled by S. Cox and J. Budeit and published in 1983 under the title: Early English newspapers : bibliography and guide to the microform collection at Z6956.G6R470 1983 RR.  Manuscript catalogue of the Burney Collection (microfm Z482 Mic) permits one to determine which titles provide coverage for particular days, 1603-1817. 
microfm AN165.E26 Mic.
British newspapers/ Great Britain—History—Sources/ Burney, Charles, 1726-1814.  Bodleian Library/ Burney Collection of Newspapers.

503.  [Manuscript catalogue of the Burney collection of newspapers]. British Library. Dept. of Printed Books 6 v. (1 reel) [1603-1817].
Also known as Early English newspapers.
   Includes schedule of titles in Burney Collection of Early English Newspapers (microfm AN165.E26 Mic) that cover particular time periods, 1603-1817.
microfm Z482 Mic.
British Library—Dept. of Printed Books/ English newspapers—Catalogs/ Early English Newspapers/ Burney collection of newspapers.

504.  Ireland.  Politics and society through the Press, 1760-1922.  editor,  Marie-Louise Legg. Woodbridge, CT: Gale Group, Primary Source Media, 2000.
Publication projected to extend from 2000 to 2010.  Titles to be included:  Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser, July 1822 - March 1852, continued as Mercantile Journal and Statistical Register, March 1852 - April 1893, continued as Mercantile Journal and Financial Herald, May 1893 - March 1894 — Champion or Sligo News, June 1836 - May 1853, continued as Sligo Champion, June 1853 - 1922 — Clare Journal and Ennis Advertiser, 1776 - April 1917 — Connaught Patriot, 1859 - 1869 — Constitution or Cork Morning Post, (Cork) June 1822 - March 1825, continued as Constitution or Cork Advertiser, March 1825 - Oct 1873, continued as Cork Constitution, Oct. 1873, continued as Constitution, Oct. 1873 - 1922 — Cork Accent, Jan. - June 1910 — Cork Evening Post, 1755 - July 1791, continued as New Cork Evening Post, July 1791 - 1807 — Cork Free Press, June 1910 - Dec. 1916 — Dublin Builder/Irish Builder (1859-) —  Dublin Chronicle, May 1787 - Jan. 1794 — Dublin Evening Post, c.1778 - Aug. 1875 — Dublin Mercantile Advertiser and Weekly Price Current, c.1818 - Jan. 1865 — Dublin Penny Journal, 1832-1836 — Fáinne an Lae, (Dublin) Jan. 1898-1899 — Fáinne an Lae and Claidheamh Soluis ran simultaneously 1899 - 1900 and amalgamated in July 1900, continued as An Claidheamh Soluis, Aug. 1900 - 1917, continued as Fáinne an Lae, Jan 1918 - 20 Sept. 1919, continued as Misneach, Nov. 1919 - July 1922, continued as Fáinne an Lae, July 1922 - Dec. 1922 — Farmer’s Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture, (Dublin) May 1842-c.1849, continued as Irish Farmer’s Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture, c.1850 - Feb 1882, continued as Farmer’s Gazette, March 1882 -1922 — Finn’s Leinster Journal, (Kilkenny) 1766 - 19 Aug. 1801, continued as Leinster Journal, Aug. 1801 - March 1830, continued as Kilkenny Journal and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser, March 1830 - 1922 — Flag of Ireland, (Dublin) Sept. 1868 - Aug. 1881, continued as United Ireland, Aug 1881 - Sept. 1898 (Suppressed in Dec. 1890. Dec. 1890 - Jan. 1891 appeared as Insuppressible, then as Suppressed United Ireland, then as United Ireland again — Galway American,  April 1862 - June 1863 — Galway Vindicator and Connaught Advertiser, July 1841 - Nov. 1899 — Hibernian Chronicle, (Cork) 1768 - 1800, continued as Flyn’s Hibernian Chronicle, 1801 - April 1802, continued as Cork Mercantile Chronicle, April 1802 - 11 Nov. 1835 — Hibernian Journal; or Chronicle of Liberty, (Dublin) c.1771 - July 1821 — Hibernian Telegraph; or Morning Star, (Dublin) c.1795 - 1810 — Impartial Occurrences, (Dublin) Dec. 1703 — Feb. 1714, continued as Pue's Impartial Occurrences, March 1714 - c.1788 — Irish Ecclesiastical Record, 1864 - 1922 — Irish Felon, (Dublin) June - July 1848 — Irish Homestead, 1895 - 1922 — Irish Law Times and Solicitor's Journal, 1867 - 1896 — Irish Nation, (New York) Nov. 1881 -1884 — Irish Peasant, Feb. 1903 - Dec. 1906;  continued as Peasant and Irish Ireland, Feb. 1907 - Dec. 1908;  continued as Irish Nation and the Irish Peasant, Jan. 1909 - Dec. 1910 —  Irish People, (Dublin) Nov. 1863 - Sept. 1868 — Irish World, (New York) 1870 - 1922 — Kerry Sentinel, (Tralee) (1878 - 1918), April 1878 - Aug. 1918 — The Leader, 1900 - 1922 — Limerick Reporter, July 1839 - 1849, continued as Limerick Reporter and Tipperary Vindicator, 1850 - 1896 — Londonderry Journal, June 1772 - March 1880, continued as Derry Journal, (Letterkenny) Dec. 1922 — The Nation, (Dublin) Oct. 1842 - July 1848; Sept. 1848 - July 1891; June 1896 - June 1897. Incorporated in Irish Catholic, July 1891 - June 1896, continued as (a) Weekly Nation (b) Daily Nation and incorporated into Irish Weekly Independent, Sept. 1900 — New Ireland Review, 1894 - 1911 — Northern Star, (Belfast) Jan. 1792 - May 1797 — Northern Whig, (Belfast) 1824 - May 1919, continued as Northern Whig and Belfast Post, June 1919 - 1922 —  Oracle or Sunday Gazette, Sept. 1796 - Oct. 1796,  continued as Oracle on Sundays and Wednesdays Oct. 1796 - Dec. 1796, continued as Oracle on Sundays, Jan. 1797 - Aug. 1797 — Patriot, (Dublin) 1810 - Oct. 1828, continued as Statesman and Patriot Nov. 1828 - May 1829 — Pilot, (Dublin) Nov. 1828 - Feb. 1849 —  Saunders’s News-letter, (Dublin) 1746 - c.1793, continued as Saunders’s News-letter and Daily Advertiser, Dec. 1793 - Dec.1827, continued as Saunders’s Irish News-letter and Daily News, 1828 - June 1878, continued as Saunders’s Irish Daily News, June 1878 - Nov. 1879 — Sport, (Dublin) 1880 - 1922 — Ulsterman, (Belfast) Nov. 1852 - Jan. 1859 — United Irishman, (Dublin) 1848 — United Irishman, (Dublin) 1899 - 1906.   Cataloging for each title to appear in library catalog after receipt.
   Titles held:  The Connaught patriot, and Tuam advertiser; Dublin mercantile advertiser and weekly prices current; The Galway American; The Kerry sentinel; The Limerick reporter; The Limerick reporter and Tipperary vindicator; The Pilot (Dublin); Ulsterman (Belfast, Northern Ireland).  For specifics of holdings information, see cataloging record.
JRL Mic  microfm DA900.I745.
Press and politics — Ireland — History — Sources/ Irish newspapers/ Ireland — Politics and government — Sources.

505.  [Ulster newspaper collection.].  86 microfilm reels .
   Collection includes:  Ballymoney Free Press (1870-1934),  26 reels (AN176.5.B3B3); Banner of Ulster (1842-1869), 28 reels (AN176.5.B4B3); Northern Whig (1840-1844), 4 reels (AN176.5.B4N6); Ulster Times (1836-1842), 8 reels (AN176.5.B4U4); Ulsterman (1859), 6 reels (AN176.5.B4U5); Ulster Observer (July,1862-Jan., 1868), 6 reels (AN176.5.B4U6); Vindicator (1839-1848), 8 reels (AN176.5.B4V5).
Microfm AN176.5.B... Mic.
Ulster—Newspapers/ Northern Ireland—Newspapers/ Ballymoney Free Press/ Banner of Ulster/ Northern Whig/ Ulster Times/ Ulsterman/ Ulster Observer/ Vindicator.

506.  English reports on CD-ROM.  Full reprint ed. computer disks (CD-ROM) in binder and case . Oxford: Juta Hart, 1998-.
Single-user license; set up on workstation in Law.
   English reported judicial decisions from all sources prior to the mid-19th century.
LawRef _CD-Rom_K2020.E59.

507.  The history of Parliament on CD-ROM.  1 computer optical disc . [Cambridge, UK]: Cambridge University Press with the History of Parliament Trust, [2000?].
   The History of Parliament Trust has been at work for more than sixty years in producing its History.  To date it has produced 23 print volumes, including biographies of everyone known to have sat in the House of Commons for the periods 1380 to 1820.  This CD version of the set provides not only full text of the 13,000,000 word corpus, but also a number of additional features not in the print work:  significant corrections and additions to the text; 15 new or heavily revised biographies; images of every Speaker of the House of Commons; plans of buildings where the Commons met; and images of historical documents such as the Act to Repeal the Stamp Act and the Act of Union with Wales (1536).  In addition, the CD provides the set for the first time with a full index, and a search engine that permits one to search on any word or string, including proximity, Boolean, and wildcard searching.  Cutting and pasting, printing, and bookmarking is supported, and there are thousands of hypertext links permitting easy access to various related references spread throughout the work.
JRL Gen JN673 .H57 2000.
Great Britain—Parliament—House of Commons.

508.  [Parliamentary papers] Microprint edition. Great Britain. Parliament approx. 66,000 microprint cards 1943.
Binder's title: British sessional papers.
   Includes: House of Commons Bills, Reports, Accounts and papers, for the years 1731 to 1906, inclusive.  Plus catalogue and index, 1731/1800-.
micropt J1 Mic.
Great Britain—Parliament—Parliamentary papers/ Great Britain—Parliament—House of Commons.

509.  [Parliamentary papers] . Great Britain. Parliament approx. 18,000 microfiches .
   Includes: House of Commons Bills, 1981/82— ;  House of Commons Papers, H. C., 1981/82— ; and Command Papers, 1981/82—  (beginning with Cmnd. 8394).  Earlier Sessional papers held in print and microprint editions.  Consult Library catalogs and Library staff. 
microfc J301.G7-G8 Mic.
Great Britain—Parliament—Parliamentary papers/ Great Britain—Parliament—House of Commons.

9.  Great Britain and Ireland--Other records

510.  Anglo-Saxon manuscripts in microfiche facsimile. Phillip Pulsiano, Alger Nicolaus Doane, and Ronald E. Buckalew. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, v. 136-. Binghamton, N.Y: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1994-.
   Notes: In English with segments in Anglo-Saxon and Latin.  Contents: v. 1. Books of prayers and healing (39 microfiches) — v. 2. Psalters 1 (50 microfiches) — v. 3. Anglo-Saxon Gospels (43 microfiches) — v. 4. 1. BL, Cotton Julius A. vi. (3 microfiches) 2. BL, Cotton Vespasian D. vi. (4 microfiches) 3. BL, Cotton Vespasian D. xii. (4 microfiches) 4. BL, Harley 863. (4 microfiche) 5. BL, Harley 3013. (4 microfiches) 6. BL, Royal 4 A. xiv. (4 microfiches) 7. BL, Royal 5 E. xi. (4 microfiches) 8. BL, Royal 5 F. iii. (2 microfiches) 9. BL, Royal 10 C.v. (14 microfiches).  Printed Guide at  DA150.A750 1994, which provides descriptions of manuscripts held in various libraries, including the manuscript's history, codicological features, collation, list of contents, notes on special features and problems, and selected bibliography.
Mic microfcDA150.A75 1994.
Civilization, Anglo-Saxon—Manuscripts—Facsimiles/ Manuscripts, English (Old)—Facsimiles/ Great Britain—History—Anglo-Saxon period, 445-1066—Manuscripts—Facsimiles.

511.  Chronicles and documents of medieval England, c. 1150-c. 1500 from Cambridge University Library.  39 reels . Sussex, Eng.: Harvester Press Microform Publications, 1986.
Part 1:  Mss. Dd.-Gg (18 reels). — Part 2:  Mss. Hh-Oo and Additional (21 reels).  Reel guide on each reel.
   Diverse and broad collection of manuscripts, including chronicles, genealogies, letters, and various documents chiefly related to land, law, politics, and religion.  In English, Latin, and French.  Includes Black Book of the Abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, dating from the 12th to the 15th centuries, and Hh III 11, a 14th century book of Statutes and Tracts.
microfm DA170.C47 1986 Mic.
Great Britain—History—Medieval period, 1066-1485—Sources.

512.  Ancient correspondence, 1175-1538:  State papers medieval and other records.  26 reels . Sussex, England: Harvester Microforms, 1985.
Original in Public Record Office (London, England).  PRO class SC1, pt. 1, v. 1-32 (reels 1-15). — PRO class SC1, pt. 2, v. 33-64 (reels 16-26).  Incl. title lists.
   Collection of over 12,400 documents, many in the original hand of medieval and early modern figures.  Includes correspondence of kings, bishops, Popes, knights, noblemen, royal servants, and Lord Chancellors covering the reigns of King John to King Henry VIII.  Relates to such topics as diplomatic relations between Britain and France, political struggles between kings and barons, ecclesiastical elections, the beseiging of castles, etc.
microfm DA25.E1112 1175a Mic.
Great Britain—History—1066-1687/ Great Britain—Politics and government, 1066-1485—Sources/ Great Britain—Politics and government, 1485-1603—Sources/ Great Britain—Foreign relations—France—Sources/ France—Foreign relations—Great Britain—Sources/ Great Britain—Sovereign.

513.  Property and privilege in medieval and early modern England and Wales:  cartularies and other registers.  70 reels . Cartularies From the British Library, ser. 1. Brighton, Sussex, England: Harvester Microforms, 1985.
Part 1:  Arundel-Cotton Nero (16 reels). — Part 2:  Cotton Otho-Cotton Roll. (14 reels) — Part 3:  Egerton-Lansdowne (20 reels). — Part 4:  Royal-Additional Roll (20 reels).  Includes printed guide.
   Representing about half of all cartularies to be found in public ownership, offers insight into social and economic structure of medieval and early modern society.  Includes collections of Sir Robert Cotton, Robert and Edward Harley, the 1st and 2nd earls of Oxford, 1st marquess of Lansdowne, and the 1st marquess and 1st duke of Buckingham at Stowe.
microfm DA176.P767 1985 Mic.
Cartularies—England/ Land titles—England—Registers/ Charters—England—Registers.

514.  The Court rolls of Ramsey, Hepmangrove, and Bury, 1268-1600.  editor,  Edwin Brezette DeWindt. x, 297 p. + 5 microfiches . Subsidia Mediaevalia, 17. Toronto, Ont.: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1990.
   Includes 1,300 pages of typescript of translated court rolls.  Introduction, bibliography, and indices in printed work.
DA670.H8C680 1990 Gen.
Huntingdonshire (England)—History—Sources/ Court records—England—Huntingdonshire/ DeWindt, Edwin Brezette.

515.  [Lists of taxpayers in the levies made in England in the 14th and 15th centuries]. Great Britain.  Exchequer 10 reels .
Original mss. in the Public Record Office.
   Contents. — reel 1-3. Lists of taxpayers (by counties and boroughs) in the lay subsidy of 1327. — reel 4-5.  Lists of taxpayers in the poll tax levied in 1377. — reel 6-7.  Same for 1379. — reel 8. Same for 1381. — reel 9-10.  Lists of taxpayers in various levies made on aliens, 15th century (Pt. 2 includes some other details of taxation in the Middlesex, Hertfordshire, and Surrey in the 14th and 15th centuries.).
microfm HJ22 Mic.
Great Britain—History—14th century—Sources/ Great Britain—History—15th century—Sources.

516.  Lay subsidy rolls. [15th century]. Great Britain.  Exchequer 6 reels .
Original mss. in the Public Record Office.
   Contents. — reel 1. Names of aliens paying subsidy, miscellaneous counties, 15th century (continued).  Names of persons paying subsidy 1292, in county of Herts. — reel 2. Names of aliens paying subsidy in Northumberland, 1440.  Names of persons paying subsidies in counties of Herts and Middlesex from 1294 to 1456.  Miscellaneous fragments of poll tax records. — reel 3. Names of persons paying poll tax in Leicester, 1377-81. - reel 4. Same continued.  Names of aliens paying subsidy 15th century in county of Oxon. and elsewhere. — reel 5. Names of aliens paying subsidy, 15th century, miscellaneous counties. — reel 6 [sic].
microfm HJ23 Mic.
Great Britain—History—15th century—Sources.

517.  The social history of property and possessions.  13 microfilm reels . Reading, England Woodbridge, Conn: Research Publications, 1989.
Accompanied by reel guide (2 vol.): CD1068.A2 S63 1989 Guide. Pt 1. Inventories and wills including Renaissance library catalogues, from the Bodleian Library, Oxford, 1436-1814. 1989.
   Beginning with the wills, probate inventories, and related records of the University of Oxford, the majority of the material here falls into the period 1500-1750 with particular emphasis on the property and possessions of college fellows, servants, functionaries, booksellers, printers, bookbinders, students, limners and authors.  Collection includes more than 1000 wills and 900 inventories.
Mic  microfm CD1068.A2S63 1989.
Archives—Great Britain—Sources/ Wills—Great Britain—Sources/ Libraries—Great Britain—History—1400-1600—Sources/ Libraries—Great Britain—History—17th-18th centuries—Sources/ Library catalogs—Sources/ Inventories—Great Britain—Sources .

518.  Renaissance commonplace books from the British Library, London. British Library 15 microfilm reels . Marlborough: Adam Matthew Publications, 2002.
"All documents in the microfilm edition are held at the British Library, London." Description from reel 1 of microfilm collection.  Printed guide at Gen Z6621.B84R45 2002 Guide.
Mic microfm Z6621.B84R45 2002.
British Library/ Commonplace-books/ European literature—Renaissance, 1450-1600/ Manuscripts on microfilm.

519.  Women's language and experience, 1500-1940:   women's diaries and related sources.  editor Amanda Vickery. 89 microfilm reels . Marlborough, Wiltshire, England: Adam Matthew Publications, 1994.
pt. 1. Sources from the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire County Records Offices (16 reels). pt. 2. Sources from Birmingham Central Library and Birmingham University Library (24 reels). pt. 3. Sources from Suffolk County Record Office and Cambridge University Library (25 reels). pt. 4. Sources from the National Library of Scotland and the National Library of Wales (26 reels).  —  Printed guide at Gen HQ1593.W67 1994 Guide.
   Diaries, travel journals, autobiographies written by British women, primarily in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Mic microfm HQ1593.W67 1994.
Women—Great Britain—Diaries/ Women—Great Britain—History—Sources/ Women—Great Britain—Biography/ Women—Great Britain—Archives/ Manuscripts, English—Great Britain.

520.  [Bacon manuscripts].  15 reels .
   Microfilms of manuscripts supplementing the Sir Nicholas Bacon Collection of Manuscripts held by Department of Special Collections.  Titles cataloged as separates:  [1] Bacon estates; miscellaneous papers.  Originals in the Ipswich and East Suffolk Records Office; West Suffolk Records Office; library of J. Holt Wilson, Rickinghall; Hertfordshire County Records Office; Norwich Public Library; library of Anthony Hammond, Norwich; and the British Museum.  4 reels.  Call no.:  microfm CS7 Mic. — [2] Redgrave Hall papers; manorial documents and a few state-papers, etc., from the muniments of Redgrave Hall, Co. Suffolk.  The properties concerned ... in great part acquired by Sir Nicholas Bacon ... from the spoils of Bury St. Edmunds Abbey in 1544 ... 13th-17th centuries.  2 reels.  Original mss. in British Library.  Call no.:  microfilm DA80 Mic. — [3] Townsend papers.  2d series.  15th-18th centuries.  Original mss. in British Library, Additional mss. 41139-52.  Vol. 2:  Correspondence and papers, mainly of Nathaniel Bacon, of Stiffkey.  1 reel.  Call no.:  microfilm DA81 Mic. — [4] Woodhouse papers; letters, rentals, pedigrees, plans, etc., relating to the families of Buttes, Bacon, and Wodehouse and their estates in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk.  13th-19th centuries.  Original mss. in British Library.  4 reels.  Call no.: microfilm DA79 Mic. — [5] [Charters relating chiefly to the eastern counties of England.  1561-1703].  Original mss. in British Library.  2 reels.  Reel 1:  Thornage, 1562-1653; reel 2:  Redgrave, 1561-1703.  Call no.:  microfilm DA82 Mic. — [6] Bury St. Edmunds Abbey / [Rentals, custumaries, and charters of lands of the monestary of St. Edmund's Bury ... 15th-16th centuries.]  Call no.:  microfm DA87 Mic. — [7] Register of deeds relating to the property of Sir Nicholas Bacon, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, situated in Suffolk ... in the city of London ... in Norfolk ... and in Kent.  1562-1578.  Original ms. in British Library.  Call no.:  Microfm DA84 Mic.  See also in this Guide:  Canterbury Cathedral.  Library / Canterbury records.  See also Sir Nicholas Bacon Collection; sources on English society, 1250-1750.  Catalogue of an exhibition at the Joseph Regenstein Library of the University of Chicago, April-June 1972, at call no. Z6621.C51B17 SpCl.
Titles cataloged as separates.
Bacon manuscripts/ Bacon, Nicholas/ Bacon, Nathaniel/ Redgrave Hall papers/ Townsend papers/ Wodehouse papers/ Thornage/ Bury St. Edmund's Abbey.

521.  [Surrey parish registers : marriages, baptisms, and burials][16th-19th centuries]. Church of England 5 v.; 1 microfilm reel .
   Contents: — Cobham, Surrey, 1562-1812. — Windlesham, Surrey, 1677-1783. — Mortlake, Surrey, 1599-1678. — Abinger, Wotton, and Oakwood, Surrey, 1559-1814.
microfm BX442 Mic.
Church records and registers—England—Surrey/ Church records on microfilm/ parish registers.

522.  [Canterbury records.  13th-16th centuries]. Canterbury Cathedral.  Library 5 microfilm reels .
   Supplements the Sir Nicholas Bacon Collection of Manuscripts held by Department of Special Collections.  See also in this Guide:  [Bacon manuscripts].
microfm DA86 Mic.
Canterbury, Eng.—History—Sources/ Bacon manuscripts/ Bacon, Nicholas/ Bacon, Nathaniel.

523.  [Letters and notebooks of Sir Roger Twysden, and miscellaneous papers relating to the Twysden family and the County of Kent.  16th-19th centuries]. Sir Roger bart. 1597-1672 Twysden 1 reel .
Originals are British Museum additional mss. 34154-55, and 34161-68 and 34173-75.  For full description, see Catalogue of Additions to the mss. in the British Museum, 1888-1893.
   Antiquary, assisted in Philpot's survey of Kent.  Royalist adherent, imprisoned for 7 years and estate sequestered.  Author of Historical Defence of the Church of England.
microfm CS4 Mic.

524.  [Manuscript letters, papers, etc., by William Camden and notes about him.  17th century]. William 1551-1623 Camden 8 reels .
For full description see Madan, Falconer,  A summary catalog of Western mss. in the Bodleian library at Oxford (Z6621.O95M2), nos. 15624, 15625, 15627, 15680, 15690, 15692, 15694, 15724.
   Camden, British antiquary, topographer, and historian, amassed historical materials starting in 1571 for his Britannia (first edition in 1586) and his Annales rerum Anglicarum et Hibernicarum (1615).
microfilm DA52 Mic.

525.  [Post-mortem inquisitions for Henry and Robert Bures.  16th cent.]. Great Britain.  Public Record Office.
Original in Public Record Office.
   Manuscripts are numbered C142-48-81, C142-50-86, C142-80-88, C142-41-35, and E150/627/2.
microfm DA85 Mic.
Robert Bures/ Henry Bures.

526.  Papers of the Wynns of Gwydir, 1515-1690, and the Clenennau letters and papers, 1584-1698.  23 reels of microfilm.  [s.l.]: Adam Matthew, 1998.
Printed guide.  Also see Calendar of Wynn (of Gwydir) papers, 1515-1690, in the National library of Wales and elsewhere at CS459.W9.
   From the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth.  Comprises domestic and official correspondence and memoranda, 1515 to 1690, of the Wynns of Gwydir, the most powerful family of North Wales.  Collection includes documents relating to events of both national and local importance that occurred during this period.  Also included, from the same archive, are the Clenennau Letters, 1624-1698, from the same time and region as the Wynn Papers.  In addition to high politics (documents such as Elizbeth I's conflicts with Ireland and Spain, the Gunpowder Plot, Prince Charles' visit to Spain, War in the Palatinate, Restoration of Charles II, the Fall of Clarendon, etc.), collection includes documents of personal and everyday nature, such as household and business accounts.  Represented in the documents:  Sir John Wynn (1553-1627), member of Council of the Marches, Deputy Lieutenant and Sheriff; Sir Richard Wynn (d. 1649), who traveled to Spain with Prince Charles, and held various offices at court; Sir Owen Wynn (1592?-1660) and Sir Richard Wynn, both of whom were Deputy Lieutenants and Sheriffs in Wales; Maurice Wynn, merchant in Hamburg; and Sir William Maurice, Sir John Owen, and Sir Richard Owen, chief correspondents in the Clenennau Letters, 1580-1698.
Mic microfm CD1069.C54C76 1999.
Wynn family. Gwydir family/ Great Britain — History — Tudors, 1485-1603 — Sources/ Great Britain — History — Stuarts, 1603-1714 — Sources/ Archives — Wales — Clenennau.

527.  The aristocracy, the state, and the local community:  the Hastings collection of manuscripts from the Huntington Library in California. Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery 19 reels . Brighton, Sussex, England: Harvester, 1986-.
Finding aid: Listing and guide (v. ). Finding aid: The Huntingdon papers / Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery. London : Maggs, 1926, at CD1069.5.H37A74 1986 in Gen. Pt. 1. reels 1-19. The Hastings correspondence, 1477-1701.
   [The following is a description of the entire Hastings Correspondence, from 1477 to 1828.  The Library holds part I, 1477-1701.]  For more than 400 years, the Hastings family played a major role in English political life and exercised wide local influence in Leicestershire and numerous other English countries. Already an important medieval local power with lands in Leicestershire, the family rose to national prominence with William Hastings, first Baron Hastings (c.1430-1483). A staunch Yorkist ennobled by Edward IV in 1461, he appointed numerous local and national officials.
        The correspondence consists of thousands of letters dated from 1477 to 1828. Every conceivable aspect of the aristocratic family's affairs and its involvement in significant national and local issues is illuminated here. There are letters about military affairs, taxation, elections, Jacobite politics, plantations in America, the American Revolution, the Napoleonic Wars, marriages, estate matters, debts and education. The correspondents range from monarchs (for example, 17 letters from Elizabeth I and 34 from Charles I), politicians and public figures, churchmen, bankers and businessmen to tenants, estate agents and family friends.
        The collection also contains an equally valuable and numerous series of financial papers. These documents illuminate the running of the estate and household from the Middle Ages (the first document is dated 1281) to the 19th century, and include many personal accounts. There is a great deal of information on building and repairs, wages, estate and household expenses, collieries, mills, transport, legal costs, debt and bankruptcy. Combined with public accounts, wills, inventories, personal material and a voluminous collection of legal papers covering six centuries, these documents offer a full picture of upper class social and family life over several centuries of the landed aristocracy's dominance.
Mic  microfm CD1069.5.H37A74 1986.
Hastings family/ Hastings family/ Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery/ Manuscripts/ Great Britain—Nobility—Correspondence/ Great Britain—Politics and government—History/ Great Britain—Social life and customs—History/ Great Britain—Religion—History.

528.  The Hartlib papers [a complete text and image database of the papers of Samuel Hartlib (c. 1600-1662) held in Sheffield University Library, Sheffield, UK.]. Samuel Hartlib. 2nd ed ed. 2 CD-ROM's . Sheffield, UK: HROnline, Humanities Research Institute, University of Sheffield, 2002.
Title from discs. Accompanied by: Notes on installation and citation (11 p.).
   Set contains the entire collection of Hartlib papers now held in Sheffield University Library. This amounts to about 20,000 pages of manuscript, together with a further 5,000 pages of printed ephemera; also includes more than 23,000 images of original documents.
Z997.H21 2002JRL JMedia CDRom.
Hartlib, Samuel/ Pamphleteers—Great Britain/ Reformers—Great Britain/ Scholars—Great Britain/ England—Intellectual life—17th century—Sources/ Science—Great Britain/ Agriculture—Great Britain.

529.  The Complete state papers domestic.  903 reels . Woodbridge, CT: Primary Source Media, [199-?].
Series 1 (v. 1-11, 227 reels): 1547-1625:  Edward VI, Mary I, Elizabeth I, and James I. — Series 2. (v. 12-35, 552 reels) 1625-1702:  Charles I, Interregnum, Charles II, James II, William and Mary.  — Series 3. (v. 36-41, 124 reels): 1509-1547:  Henry VIII.
   Principally comprised of correspondence and working papers of the Secretaries of State, who acted as central clearinghouses for almost all aspects of governmental business.   Printed 41 v. guide, Complete State Papers, Domestic, at DA300.C65.   See also the Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series.... at DA25.C21.
Mic _  microfm  _DA300.G7 1990z.
Great Britain—History—Sources/ Great Britain—History—1066-1687—Sources/ Great Britain—History—1660-1714—Sources.

530.  Uncalendared state papers foreign of Elizabeth I for the period May 1592- March 1603: Denmark; Flanders; France: Germany (Empire) and Hungary; Germany (State); Hamburg and Hanse towns; Holland; Italian states and Rome; Spain; Venice. Queen of England 1533-1603 Elizabeth I 31 reels . Brighton, Sussex: Harvester Press.
   PRO classes: SP 75/2-3; SP 77/5-6; SP 78/28-48; SP 80/1; SP 81/7- 8; SP 82/4; SP 84/44-62; SP 85/1-2; SP 94/4-8; SP 99/1-2.  Filmed by the Public Record Office, London.  Papers are arranged by country and include correspondence from emissaries, local governors, and officials.  They are addressed primarily to Lord Burghley, the Queen, and other government officials.
Mic  microfm DA350.E459 1982.
Great Britain—History—Tudors, 1485-1603—Sources/ Great Britain—Foreign relations—1558-1603—Sources/ Great Britain. Public Record Office./ England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I) .

531.  Calendar of state papers, Colonial, North America and the West Indies, 1574-1739, on CD-ROM, 1574-1739.  New York: Routledge, 1999.
   The printed work upon which the CD database is based presently consists of 45 volumes of abstracts and transcripts from the official records preserved in the British Public Record Office.  The series provides transcripts and abstracts of correspondence with colonial governors, orders and grants from the central government to local administration, documents from localities, and about such topics as slave trade and piracy.  It is one of the most constantly used sources for early American history, not only of the "13 colonies" but also of the colonies of the West Indies, as well as trade relations with Europe, Africa, and other regions.  This  CD-ROM version permits specific searches for names, places, topics, and dates among over 40,000 transcripts and abstracts, using a search engine based upon the Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals on CD-ROM.
DA25.H5 200.
Great Britain — Colonies — History — Sources.

532.  The William Blathwayt papers at Colonial Williamsburg, 1631-1722. William Blathwayt 10 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: UPA Academic Editions, 1989.
Originals held by the Colonial Williamsburgh Foundation. Accompanied by a 262 pp. printed reel guide at E191.B56 1989 Guide.
   Blathwayt was long secretary of the Lords of Trade and Plantations.  About half of the 2564 items are from the North American colonies and about half from the Caribbean and Bermuda.
   Papers consist chiefly of letters written to Blathwayt by colonial governors and others. Includes some drafts of letters by Blathwayt. Subjects include French and Indian troubles, military defense, illegal trade, the Navigation Acts, charter of Massachusetts, piracy in the Caribbean, Leisler's rebellion in New York, Lord Baltimore's troubles with Protestants and conflicting border claims with Virginia and Pennsylvania, Virginia tobacco trade, wars in Jamaica, the  slave question in the Leeward Islands, troubles between governors and the assembly in Bermuda. Included is a copy of "The Declaration of the People Against Sir Wm. Berkeley..." (1676) by Nathaniel Bacon, Jr.; and an original draft of the Charter of Pennsylvania (1681).  2564 items.
   Chronologically arranged.
Mic  microfm E191.B56 1989.
Blathwayt, William, 1649-1717/ United States—History—Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775—Sources/ Great Britain—Colonies—America—History—Sources/ West Indies, British—History—Sources/ Bermuda Island—History—17th century/ Jamaica—History—to 1962.

533.  Parliamentary history:  Manuscript minutes, committee books and voting records of the House of Lords, 1620-c. 1714. Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. 36 reels . Reading, Berkshire, England: Adam Matthew Publications, 1991.
Microform reproduction of originals in: House of Lords Records Office, London.
   Contents:  Pt. 1:  Manuscript minutes, 1620-1714, "original central record of proceedings in the House," notes taken by parliamentary clerks; Proceedings in Lords committees, 1661-1741; Proxy records, 1625-1755, providing evidence on voting; and Proceedings of the Committee for Privileges, 1660-1762.  Includes much material never previously published.
microfm JN621.G732 1620 Mic.
Great Britain—Parliament—House of Lords—Archives/ Great Britain—Politics and government—1603-1714—Sources/ Great Britain—Politics and government—1714-1820—Sources.

534.  The Braye manuscripts.  22 reels of microfilm . Parliamentary History. Marlborough: Adam Matthew, [n.d.].
See A Handlist of the Braye Manuscripts in the House of Lords Record Office, by H. S. Cobb, HMSO, 1993, 114 p, [15 p. index].  Many documents are calendared in 10th report of the Historical Manuscripts Commission, Appendix, pt. vi, 104-252, The Manuscripts of Lord Braye, at Stanford Hall (1887).
   The Braye Manuscripts, papers accumulated by John Browne, Clerk of the Parliaments, 1638-91, are the most important collection of 17th century parliamentary papers to have passed into private hands.  Partial contents:  1.  Letters and state papers, 1572-1636; 2. Letters and state papers, 1637-1641; 3. Letters and state papers, 1648-1710;  4.  Extracts from the Journals of Parliament, 1559-1628; 5.  "Privileges of the Lords of Parliament"; 6. Two treatistes on Parliament; 7.  A declaration or remonstrance of both Houses of Parliament, 19 May 1642; 8. Proceedings against Stafford and Laud; 11-44:  Draft journals of the House of Lords, Scribbled Books of Proceedings in the House of Lords, 1620-1690; 45-105, Additional parliamentary manuscripts, diaries, proceedings, precedent books, etc.
microfm JN621.G732 1620 pt. 2 Mic.
Great Britain—Parliament—House of Lords—Archives/ Great Britain—Politics and government—1603-1714—Sources/ Great Britain—Politics and government—1547-1603—Sources.

535.  Ralph Thoresby manuscripts. Ralph Thoresby 8 reels . [Yorkshire]: Yorkshire Archaeological Society, [2000?].
reels 1-5. Letters ms 1-14 — reel 6. Letters ms 15-16; Miscellanea ms 17; Diary ms 21 — reel 7. Diary ms 22-25 — reel 8. Autobiography ms 26; Volume of autographs & donors to museum ms 27; Letters ms 32.
   Ralph Thoresby (1658 - 1725), Leeds antiquary and historian.  MS 1 :  Volume containing copies and drafts of letters from Thoresby to individuals, including Dr Kennett, Peter Le Neve and others 1695-1724. Inserted are a list of books and a copy of the 'Answer to Priestcraft' written by Richard Thornton. —  MS 2:  Volume of original letters addressed to Thoresby c1692-c1723. Correspondents including Thomas Hearne, Thomas Gale, Edmond Hickeringill and John Sharp. This volume also includes a letter from Thoresby to John Evelyn 1698/99, numerous portraits and a few miscellaneous items. —  MSS 3-4:  Two volumes of original letters and papers collected by Thoresby. Correspondence c1665-1714 is arranged alphabetically and is an artificial collection formed by Thoresby, the letters are not to him. These volumes were purchased at the 1764 sale by Dr Ducarel. Index included. —  MS 5:  Seven original letters addressed to Thoresby from E Barlow, Roger Gale, Dr Gibson and others. This volume also contains three portraits.  —  MS 6-10:  Five volumes of original letters addressed to Thoresby 1675-1723. These volumes are numbered I-V, vol V containing an index.:  Letters from Nathaniel Bland (24) 1714-16, the Revd Joseph Boyse (21) 1680-1710, Dr Jabez Cay (15) 1694-1700, Arthur Collins (5) 1715, William Cookson (11) 1709-23, Robert Dale (11) 1707-14, Joseph Dawson (8) 1699-1705, Barwick Fairfax (16) 1702-16, John Gowland (16) 1695-1715, Richard Idle (8) 1684-1704, Thomas Jackson (8) 1694-1715, Nathaniel Johnston (12) 1680-93, William Milnes (14) 1698-1716, William Mortimer (15) 1696-1707, Archdeacon (later Bishop) William Nicolson (14) 1699-1716, Jonathan Priestly (20) 1694-1716, Richard Thornton (12) Charles Towneley (9) 1698-1708 and others.  —  MS 11-13:  Three volumes of original letters addressed to Thoresby 1679-1723. These volumes are numbered VI-VIII, vol VIII containing an index. (These are the letters which were printed by the Revd Joseph Hunter in 1832) :  Letters from the Revd Joseph Boyse (18) 1680-1710, Dr (later Bishop) Edmund Gibson (12) 1694-1709, the Revd Oliver Heywood (12) 1694-1703, Nathaniel Johnston (17) 1684-94, Archdeacon Nicolson (later Bishop of Carlisle) (27) 1691-99, Bishop Nicolson of Carlisle (19) 1703-16, the Revd George Pearson (8) 1707-09, Archbishop John Sharp (6) 1698-1710, the Revd Richard Stretton (25) 1679-1710, Charles Towneley (5) 1698-1709 and others. —  MS 14:  A volume of original letters addressed to Thoresby 1679-1723 from similar correspondents, including Bishop Nicolson. This volume numbered IX, also contains a short memoir of Thoresby and an index. —  MS 15:  A volume of letters from the Revd George Plaxton (Rector of Barwick-in-Elmet) to Thoresby 1707-16 and nd. Volume numbered X.  —  MS 16:  A volume of letters from the Revd Richard Stretton to Thoresby 1682-1709. Volume numbered XI. —  MS 17:  A volume of miscellaneous items in Thoresby's handwriting. Includes a catalogue of the curiosities in his museum, topographical notes relating to Yorkshire, biographical notes, and extracts from the MSS of Castilion Morris and Nathaniel Johnston. Volume numbered XII. —  MS 18:  An index of letters received by Thoresby. Towards the end of this volume there have been added short notes of the contents of the respective letters. Volume numbered XIII. —  MS 19:  Miscellaneous papers in various handwritings. Volume numbered XIV.  —  MS 20:  A volume of letters to Thoresby from various persons 1700-02, collected by William Upcott. Volume numbered XV. —  MSS 21-25:  Thoresby's original diaries 1677-83, 1691-95, 1701-04, 1708-12 and 1719-24. —  MS 26:  Thoresby's autobiography to the year 1714. (Alluded to by Hunter, in his preface to Thoresby's Diary, as 'the Review'.) —  MS 27:  A volume containing Thoresby's 'album' of autographs of various persons and a list of donors to his museum.  —  MS 28:  A small volume containing Thoresby's copy of Thomas Kirk's account of his visit to Scotland 1677, a copy of the lists for the window-tax 1704 for many places in the West Riding, the Commissioners' Report on certain livings in the Archdeaconry of York 1707, epitaphs copied by Thoresby in his London journeys 1712 and 1714 and a list of subscribers to the Ducatus. —  MSS 29-31:  Three volumes of collected MSS comprising 'The Duelling Doctor Defeated' by the Revd Thomas Sharp, Johannes Godartius 'The Natural Histories of Insects' (English translation) and a small book containing the diary of E Wright 1709-13. —  MS 32:  A volume containing letters to Thoresby from Matthew Henry, the Revd Richard Stretton, Charles Towneley, Philip, Lord Wharton and a couple of others. This volume also contains portraits of Matthew Henry and Lord Wharton.
Mic microfm  PR3735.T2Z4 2000.
Thoresby, Ralph,1658-1725.

536.  Privy council registers, 1631-1637. Great Britain. Privy Council. 200 microcards . [London]: HMSO, 1962.
Original mss. in Public Record Office.
   C.2/41-47.   "The Register of the Privy Council contains the minutes of its proceedings, its orders, certain proclamations and the reports of committees with the papers accompanying them, sometimes entered at length, sometimes in abstract only." — Guide to the Records of the PRO, v. 2.  See printed Proceedings and Ordinances of the Privy Council for the period 1386 to 1542 in 7 v. at DA25.A1; continued by Acts of the Privy Council of England,  in progress, 45 vv., 1542 to June, 1631, at DA25.A11 and DA25.A116. 
microcard JN2 Mic.
Great Britain—Privy Council/ Law—Great Britain/ Great Britain—History—Sources/ Great Britain. Public Record Office.

537.  Journall of a Parliament member at Westminster.  Begun the third day of November 1640 [ending 19. March, 1641/42.  Three books.]. Thomas Sir of Sandwich Peyton 1 microfilm reel .
microfm DA142 Mic.
Great Britain—History—Charles I, 1625-1649—Sources.

538.  [Proclamations.  17th cent.]. etc. Great Britain.  Sovereigns.
Originals in the Henry E. Huntington Library, San Marino, Calif.
microfm DA8 Mic.
Great Britain—History—17th century.

539.  The Tanner manuscripts. Bodleian Library 85 reels . Hassocks, Eng: Harvester Press, 1977-1980.
Microfilms of mss. collected by T. Tanner in the Bodleian Library, Oxford University. Mss. indexed in Bodleian Library. Codices viri admodum reverendi Thomae Tanneri complectans at Z6621.fO96T21.  Reel guide at Gen DA400.B53 1977 Index.
   Microform collection includes the most important volumes selected from the Tanner Collection:  Part 1.  Church, State, and Politics in England after the Civil War (1648-1699), covers political and ecclesiastical problems of the time (17 reels).  — Part 2.  Chruch, State, and Politics in 16th and 17th Century England (1570-1647) includes letters to the speaker of the House and other parliamentarian figures covering war preparations, treatment of royalist delinquents, the search for a religious settlement, political and religious agitation in the Army, and peace negotiations between the King, Parliament, the Army, and the Scots. (25 reels) —   Part 3.  Church, State, and Politics in 17th Century England (1600-1700):  emphasizes the archive of William Sancroft, Archbishop of Canterbury during the reigns of Charles II and James II. (22 reels) —  Part 4.  Church, State, and Politics in England (1550-1700) includes papers dealing with the procedures, powers and abuses of the ecclesiastical courts. (21 reels).
  Reel 65 contains v. 276, 277; reel 66: vol. 278; reel 67: vol. 280; reel 68: vol. 281-283; reel 69: vol. 284-286; reel 70: vol. 287-289; reel 71: vol. 290-294; reel 72: vol. 295-298; reel 73: vol. 299-302; reel 74: vol. 303-305; reel 75: vol. 306; reel 76: vol. 307, 309; reel 77: vol. 314-317; reel 78: vol. 318-319, 326, 328-329; reel 79: vol. 330-331, 338; reel 80: vol. 344, 373-375, 378-391; reel 81: vol. 392-395, 410-411; reel 82: vol. 413, 418,421, 423-424; reel 83: vol. 427, 433, 436, 447; reel 84: vol. 456A-B, 459-460; reel 85: vol. 461, 465-467.
Mic _  microfm  _DA400.B53 1977.
Great Britain—History—17th century—Sources/ Tanner, Thomas.

540.  The Lauderdale papers, c1647-1685 from the British Library, London. John Maitland Duke of Lauderdale 10 microfilm reels . Crown Servants, ser. 3. Marlborough, Wiltshire, England: Adam Matthew Publications, 2000.
   Papers of John Maitland, second earl and first duke of Lauderdale (1616-1682), BL Add. Mss. 23113-23138.  The Lauderdale papers are important sources for the Restoration period in England and Scotland, politics and religion in the reign of Charles II, as well as patronage, culture and society, ca. 1660-1682.  There is also important material on the earlier period featuring Lauderdale's activities in the 1640's and 1650's, his role as a Scottish commissioner, the Civil War, the fate of the King and the possible role of the Scottish Army.  Topics include:  Deputations from Scotland to the English Parliament. — Negotiations between Charles I and Scotland, 1647-1649. — Religious affairs in Scotland. — Negotiations with the Prince of Wales.  — Scottish affairs, 1660-1680. — Relations between England and Scotland, 1660-1680. — Politics of the Restoration period. — Lauderdale's influence over Charles II. — The "cabal" of 1667.
Mic microfmDA20.C171 2000 .
Lauderdale, John Maitland, 1616-1682/ Scotland—History—1660-1688/ England—Foreign relations—Scotland/ Scotland—Foreign relations—England.

541.  Correspondence of Sir John Reresby, 1685-1688. John Sir 1634-1689 Reresby 4 reels .
Originals in West Yorkshire Archives, Leeds.
   Member of Restoration parliaments after 1675, Reresby was a reliable supporter of Charles II, and received several appointments in the gift of the crown.  Less attached to James II, Reresby was nonetheless initially a supporter of the court in the House of Commons, though his support grew more lukewarm, and he opposed several notable royalist measures.  His famous Memoirs is a valuable account of the events of his time.
Mic microfm W391228.
Great Britain—History—Restoration, 1660-1688—Sources/ Reresby, John, 1634-1689—Sources.

542.  The papers of William Penn. William 1644-1718 Penn 14 reels . Philadelphia, Pa: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1981?
Accompanying guide to the collection on microfilm has call no. F152.2.G92.
   Penn, founder of Pennsylvania, Quaker leader, social philosopher, friend of English kings.  Collection comprises approximately 3,000 documents, arranged chronologically.  Includes correspondence to and from Penn, theological papers, patents, commissions and constitutions, account books, land records, and diaries.  Correspondents included Queen Anne, Cotton Mather, Peter the Great.  Business and financial papers document problems of English landowner and colonial proprietor.  Much material on Pennsylvania, and on persecution of Quakers in England.  Films include materials by Historical Society of Pennsylvania and 60 other institutions.
microfm F523 Mic.
Penn, William, 1644-1718/ Pennsylvania—History—Sources/ Great Britain—History—1660-1714—Sources.

543.  Sir Isaac Newton manuscripts and papers. Isaac Sir Newton Peter ed Jones. 43 reels . Cambridge [England] Alexandria, Va: Chadwyck-Healey Ltd Chadwyck-Healey, Inc, 1991.
Accompanied by printed guide with call no. Z6616.N56J6 1991 SciRef.
 SciMic  microfm Z6616.N56A2 1991.
Newton, Isaac/ Newton, Isaac.

544.  [Letters of Sir J. Williamson] . Bodleian Library. Manuscript. Firth b1/1-2.   1 reel . [S.l. : s.n. 1677-1678].
   Contents: b.1/1. Correspondence of Sir Joseph Williamson, secretary of state with Laurence Hyde and Sidney Godolphin, Nov. 13, 1677-May 14, 1678.—b.1/2. Sir Williamson's letters to L. Hyde and Sir Leoline Jenkins, Sept. 18, 1677-February 7, 1678/9.
microfm DA156 Mic.
Nijmegen, Peace of, 1678-1679/ Williamson, Joseph, Sir, 1633-1701/ Rochester, Laurence Hyde, Earl of, 1641-1711/ Godolphin, Sidney Godolphin, Earl of, 1645-1712/ Jenkins, Leoline, Sir, 1623-1685.

545.  Despatches from Lord Berkley, Sir W. Temple and Sir L. Jenkins, English commissionaries at Nimwegen to the Secretary of State, 1677. Bodleian Library. Manuscript. Clarendon 110.
microfm DA156 Mic.
Nijmegen, Peace of, 1678-1679/ Berkeley, John d. 1678/ Temple, William Sir, 1628-1699/ Jenkins, Leoline, Sir, 1633-1701.

546.  The Ballard Collection. George Ballard, and Bodleian Library 18 microfilm reels . Brighton, Sussex, England: Harvester Press Microform Publications, 1982.
Title on containers: The Ballard Collection of manuscripts in the Bodleian Library. Also called Manuscripts 10787-10858 in the Bodleian Library, Oxford University. English, Latin and Old English.
   Ballard collection was compiled by Oxford antiquary George Ballard (1706-1755), and is a rich source for Restoration and Augustan England.  Archive includes correspondence between Dr. Arthur Charlett (1655-1722), Master of University College, Oxford, chaplain to William III, and Queen Anne, whose circle included politicians, churchmen, academics, scientists, literary figures, and noblemen and ladies.  Volumes included in this microform collection are 1-43, 47, 50, 54, 62-64, 67, and 74.  The first reel contains the 18th century manuscript index of volumes 1-43, and the Bodlein Library card calendar of literary manuscripts in the Ballard Collection.  Printed guide at HN398.E5B355 1982 Index.
Mic _  microfm  _HN398.E5B355 1982.
Ballard, George/ Bodleian Library/ England—Social conditions—17th century—Sources/ England—Social conditions—18th century—Sources.

547.  The Forster and Dyce Collections from the National Art Library at the Victoria and Albert Museum.  77 reels  . Brighton, England: Harvester, 1986.
Two volume printed inventory at Z6611.L7.F67 1987 Sp. Coll.  Indexes: Reels 1-3 include reproductions of 4 published catalogs to the Dyce and Forster Collections in the Victoria and Albert Museum published in 1875, 1880, and 1893; reel 4 includes reel contents to pt. 1 (16th-17th century).
    pt. 1. 16th and 17th century manuscripts (14 reels) — pt. 2. 18th century manuscripts (16 reels) — pt. 3. 19th century manuscripts, section A. (16 reels) — pt. 4. 19th century manuscripts, section B. (14 reels) — pt. 5. The Charles Dickens manuscripts (16 reels).
JRL Mic _  microfm   Z6621.V52F6 1986.
National Art Library (Great Britain)/ Victoria and Albert Museum—Forster Collection/ Victoria and Albert Museum—Dyce Collection/ Manuscripts—England—London.

548.  Treasury minute books, 1719-1722 and 1725-1728. Great Britain.  Public Record Office 24 microcards . London: HSMO, 1962.
Originals in Public Record Office.
   T. 29/24 i, ii, 25, 26.  Minutes of the Treasury Board.  Holdings cover period of South Sea Bubble.
microcard JN1 Mic.
Great Britain—Treasury.

549.  The Hobhouse letters, 1722-1755.  Letters and other papers of [i.e. to] Isaac Hobhouse & Company, Bristol merchants. Isaac Hobhouse and Company. East Ardsley [Eng.]: Micro Methods Ltd, 1963.
   Microfilm of letters describing trade among the Southern Colonies, the West Indies and West Africa.  From materials in the Bristol Central Library and Bristol Record Office.
microfilm DA106 Mic.
United States—History—Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775/ Great Britain—Colonies—Commerce/ United States—Commerce—History/ West Indies—Commerce/ Africa, West—Commerce/ Bristol (England). Public Libraries/ Bristol, Eng. Record Office.

550.  Westminster historical database : voters, social structure and electoral behaviour. Charles Harvey xii, 193 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm.+ CD . Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol: Bristol Academic, 1998.
   Contains more than 150,000 records relating to the electoral history of Westminster between 1749-1820, on CD with accompanying volume of introduction and technical specifications.
Print volume DA685.W5H37 1998; CD at DA685.W5H37 1998 multimedia.
Westminster (England) — Archives/ Westminster (England) — Genealogy — Sources/ Elections — England — London — History — Databases/ Social structure — London — History — Databases/ Westminster (London, England) — History — Databases/ London (England) — History — Databases.

551.  Journal of Augustine Prevost, 1774. Augustine d. 1786 Prevost. East Ardsley [Eng.]: Micro Methods.
Facsimile of the original manuscript.
   Prevost was a British major general in the War for American Independence.  He had earlier served under Wolfe in Canada.
microfm E276 Mic.
United States—History—Colonial period—Sources.

552.  Journal of the voyage of H.M.S. Discovery and Chatham : under the command of Captain George Vancouver, to the northwest coast of America, February 10, 1791 to June 30, 1793. Thomas Manby ca. 80 p.; 1 microfilm reel . 1790-1793.
Original mss. at Yale University Library.
microfm G49 Mic.
Discovery (Ship)/ Chatham (Ship)/ Voyages around the world/ Northwest Passage/ Northwest Coast of North America.

553.  The Hamond naval papers, 1766-1825.  [Papers of Sir Andrew Snape Hamond, bart., 1766-1783, and Sir Graham Eden Hamond, bart., 1799-1825]. Andrew Snape 1738-1828 Hamond 3 reels . Virginia. University. Library. Microfilm Publications, 2. Charlottesville, Va.: University of Virginia Library, 1966.
Original mss. in the University of Virginia Library.  Printed guide at call no.: DA87.1.H2V7 1966.
   Sir Andrew was a captain in British navy, with commands on the North American station, 1770-1783; taking part in the expedition to the Chesapeake in 1777, defense of Sandy Hook, 1778, reduction of Charleston, 1780, and serving as governor of Nova Scotia.  Sir Graham, admiral, served on various ships in the Mediterranean and home stations, and took part in the blockade of Malta, the battle of Copenhagen and other campaigns.
microfilm DA116 Mic.
 United States—History—Revolution, 1775-1783—Personal narratives, British/ Great Britain—History, Naval/ Hamond, Andrew Snape, bart., sir, 1738-1828/ Hamond, Graham Eden, bart., Sir, 1779-1862.

554.  [Admiralty and Secretariat : log books, etc., supplementary : Series I, masters logs, Adm. 54 : nos. 4450-4451]. Corporation of London. Records Office 2 reels . London: Public Record Office, 1973.
microfm DU17 Mic.
Australia—History, Naval—Sources/ Australia—History—Sources/ Great Britain—History, Naval—Sources.

555.  [Admiralty and Secretariat : log books, etc., supplementary : Series II, explorations: Adm. 55 : nos. 1584-1586]. Corporation of London. Records Office 3 reels . London: Public Record Office, 197-.
microfm DU18 Mic.
Australia—History, Naval—Sources/ Australia—History—Sources/ Great Britain—History, Naval—Sources.

556.  The papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845. Thomas Fowell Sir Buxton 17 microfilm reels . Brighton, Sussex, England: Harvester Press Microform Publications, 1984.
Accompanied by calendar (CD1040.L72 v.13), which also appears at the beginning of the film.  Alternate title:  The Slave trade papers:  The papers of Sir Thomas Fowell-Buxton, Abolitionist and Reformer, 1786-1845, from Rhodes House Library, Oxford.
   Sir Thomas Fowell-Buxton was a major figure in the British anti-slavery movement, concerned not only with the abolition of slavery in the British empire, but also with the suppression of slave trade on the high seas.  His papers also document a variety of other reform movements, as well as the colonization movement in Africa. 
microfm DA506.B88 Mic.
Buxton, Thomas Fowell/ Slavery—Great Britain—Anti-slavery movements—History—Sources/ Great Britain—Politics and government—1800-1837—Sources/ Slave trade papers:  The papers of Sir Thomas Fowell-Buxton, Abolitionist and Reformer, 1786-1845, from Rhodes House Library, Oxford.

557.  Estlin papers from Dr. William's library, Gordon Square, London. John Bishop 1785-1855 Estlin, editor,  Gloria Claire Taylor. 6 reels . British Records Relating to America in Microform. East Ardsley [Eng.]: Micro Methods.
   Surgeon, advocate of vaccination.  Reformer, advocate of temperance, abolition of slavery, instruction of the poor, religious toleration, suppression of medical impostures.
microfilm E280 Mic.
Slavery in the U. S./ Abolitionists.

558.  Ladies of Llangollen letters and journals of Lady Eleanor Butler (1739-1829) and Sarah Ponsonby (1755-1831) from the National Library of Wales.  5 microfilm reels . Marlborough, Wiltshire, England: Adam Matthew Publications, 1997.
In 1778 Eleanor Butler and Sarah Ponsonby eloped to set up a new life together in Llangollen Vale in Wales.  The move met with strong opposition from their respective families but their new Gothic residence soon became a magnent for writers and intellectuals. 
   This collection in the National Library of Wales is also known as the Hamwood papers. Each reel begins with Contents of reels and a Detailed list of each reel. reel 1. Account of a journey in Wales / Sarah Ponsonby (1778) ; Diary / Eleanor Butler (1784) ; Commonplace book / Sarah Ponsonby (1785-1789) ; Geometry / Sarah Ponsonby (1785) — reel 2. Journal / Eleanor Butler (1788-1791) — reel 3. Journal / Eleanor Butler (1791, 1799, 1802, 1807, 1821) ; Letters (1778-1831) ; Letters to Sarah Ponsonby (1798) ; Poetry ; Plasnewydd Library catalogue (1792) — reel 4. Letters from a traveller (1804-1806) ; Album Camilla (1800-1835); Caroline Hamilton album (1803-1859) ; Psyche / Mary Tighe (1804) — Disparition de Buonaparte (1814) — Medical recipes (1790s) — reel 5. Heraldry (1801) ; Histoire tragique d'un Père de la Trappe (1823) ; Executor's accounts (1832-1870s) ; Eva Mary Bell correspondence (1929-1947) ; Hamwood papers / Eva Mary Bell (1920s) ; Journal / Elinor Goddard (1774-1778, 1782-1788).
        Printed guide at HQ75.4.B88L335 1997 Index.
Mic  microfm HQ75.4.B88L335 1997.
Butler, Eleanor/ Ponsonby, Sarah/ National Library of Wales/ Lesbians—Great Britain/ Women—Great Britain—Social conditions/ Salons—Wales—History/ English diaries—Manuscripts—Facsimiles/ Manuscripts, English—Wales—Facsimiles/ Romanticism—Great Britain—History—18th century/ Llangollen (Wales)—Social life and customs/ Wales—Intellectual life—18th century.

559.  The social and economic structure of Britain: national and local directories.   Series one National and general directories, 1781-1914.  175 sheets microfiche . Brighton, England: Harvester Press, 1986.
   These directories provide a detailed analysis of the development of major urban centers, and of the fundamental restructuring of society that took place during the industrial revolution. They give a panoramic view of change over more than a century, and a specific perspective on the growth of individual industries.  This series offers important and unique materials from the Guildhall Library, London. The first national directories were published between 1781 and 1819 by various publishers, including William Bailey, William Robson and James Pigot. These give the earliest available coverage of many English, Welsh and Scottish towns. "General" directories are those covering more than one county, such as Kelly's Directory for Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, Middlesex, Surrey and Sussex published in 1845.
Mic  microfc HF3503.S63 1986.
Great Britain—Commerce—Directories—Sources.

560.  A woman's view of drama, 1790-1830 the diaries of Anna Margaretta Larpent in the Huntington Library.  Anna Margaretta Larpent 9 microfilm reels . Marlborough, Wiltshire, England: Adam Matthew, 1995.
Filmed in the U.S. by the Huntington Library, San Marino, Calif. Contents of reels reproduced on reel 1.  Printed guide at PR716.L377 1995 Index.
   Anna Margaretta Larpent (née Porter) kept a diary through much of her life.  The 17 volumes cover 1790-1800, 1802-1830, and 1773-1780 (the last sequence "the methodized journal.")  The diaries are rich on taste, consumption and morality in the upper class Georgian family.  There are reviews of contemporary plays and operas, and notes on books she had read.  Significantly, her husband was the long-term Examiner of Plays — or official censor — in the Office of the Lord Chamberlain, an extremely influential figure in the development of drama.  Both husband and wife collaborated in the work, and Anna assumed exclusive responsibility for Italian opera, since she was fluent in the language.  Also included in the diary are notes on elections, weddings, the sight of curiosities such as a rhinoceros or Sir Joseph Banks' aboriginal companion, etc.
Mic microfm PR716.L377 1995.
Larpent, Anna Margaretta, 1758-1824 — diaries/ English drama—History and criticism/ Theatre — England — Censorship — History.

561.  The papers of G. J. Holyoake... George Jacob 1817-1906 [Holyoake 27 reels 1969.
   Holyoke, British reformer, active in cooperative movement, secularist/atheist, republican radicalist, was particularly active advocate of freedom of speech and the press.  Contents:  pt. 1 (6 reels) General correspondence, 1840-1879. — pt. 2a (12 reels) Correspondence, 1835-1906.  Miscellaneous.— pt. 2b (9 reels) Diaries.  Miscellaneous.
microfm DA122 Mic.
Holyoake, George Jacob—1817-1906—Correspondence/ Social reformers—Correspondence.

562.  Prime minister's correspondence, 1841-1846. Robert Sir 2d bart. 1788-1850 Peel 6 reels . [Wakefield, Yorks.: Micro Methods Limited, 1968?].
   Reproduced from the original manuscripts in the Royal Library, Windsor Castle.
    Peel's second administration was dominated by economic and financial concerns, resulting in various measures tending toward free-trade, culminating in the repeal of the Corn Laws, 1846; labor and Chartist agitation; relief of Irish penal measures, and ecclesiastical reforms; and in foreign affairs, withdrawal from Afghanistan, settlement of United States-Canada border, controversies with France regarding Morocco, Tahiti, and right of search.
microfm DA128 Mic.
Peel, Robert, Sir, 1788-1850—Manuscripts/ Prime Ministers—Great Britain—Correspondence/ Great Britain—Politics and Government—1837-1901—Sources.

563.  Civil disturbance, Chartism and riots in nineteenth century England:  PRO Class 45, Home Office Registered Papers.  37 reels . Brighton, Sussex, England: Harvester Microforms, 1982.
Printed guide.
   Collection of "Disturbance Papers" from the Home Office Class HO 45, dating from 1841-1876, comprised of correspondence between the Home Secretary, local authorities, and government informers.  Includes material on the nationwide rioting and Chartism disturbances in the provinces as well as the widespread growth of trade union activity and strikes.
microfm DA559.7.C58 1982 Mic.
Government, Resistence to—History—19th century—Sources/ Riots—Great Britain—History—Sources/ Chartism—History—Sources/ Grea Britain—Social conditions—19th century—Sources.

564.  Colonial Office confidential print, Miscellaneous colonial conference, 1887. Great Britain.  Public Record Office 12 microcards . London: HMSO, 1962.
   C. O. 812/38.
microcard DA3 Mic.
Great Britain—Colonies—Administration/ Great Britain—Colonial Office.

565.  The British in Ireland. Series One, Colonial Office class CO 904 (Dublin Castle records). Great Britain. Public Record Office 112 microfilm reels . Brighton, Sussex, England: Harvester Press Microform Publications, 1982-1985.
Reel numbering runs 1 to 115; however, reels 15-17 don't exist.
   Part 1:  Anti-government organizations, 1882-1921;  CO 904, Boxes 7-23, 27-29, and 157 (458.000); 14 reels — Part 2: Royal Irish Constabulary Monthy Reports and Returns of Outrages, 1892-1897; CO 904, Boxes 48-67 (459.000); 16 reels — Part 3:  Inspector Generals' and County Inspectors' Monthly Reports, 1898-1913; CO 904, Boxes 68-91 (460.000); 23 reels — Part 4:  Inspector Generals' and County Inspectors' Monthly Reports, 1914-1918, and Police Reports, 1920-1921; CO 904, Boxes 92-122, and 148-156A (461.000); 27 reels — Part 5:  Public Control and Administration, 1884-1921; CO 904, Boxes 159-178 (462.000); 16 reels — Part 6:  Judicial Proceedings, Enquiries and Miscellaneous Records, 1872-1926; CO 904, Boxes 30-35, 37-39, 45-47B and 180-189 (463.000); 16 reels.
Mic _  microfm  _DA950.B758 1982.
Ireland—History—19th century—Sources/ Ireland—History—20th century—Sources/ Great Britain—Foreign relations—Ireland—Sources/ Ireland—Foreign relations—Great Britain—Sources.

566.  Cabinet papers, 1880-1916. Great Britain. Public Record Office. 48 reels . Its The Records of the Cabinet Office to 1922, CAB 37/1-162.  Great Britain. Public Record Office. Records of the Cabinet Office to 1922 ; CAB 37/1-162. [London]: Public Record Office, [1968].
   A collection of copies of memoranda circulated to the Cabinet to the end 1916 compiled from various official and private sources.  Descriptive lists in List of Cabinet Papers, 1880-1914 (P.R.O., Handbooks, No. 4), and List of Cabinet Papers 1915 and 1916 (P.R.O. Handbooks, No. 9).
microfm DA126 Mic.
Great Britain—History—Victoria, 1837-1901—Sources/ Great Britain—History—20th century—Sources/ Great Britain—executive departments—records and correspondence.

567.  Diaries, 1881-1932. Sir Horace Curzon 1854-1932 Plunkett Introduction by Bernard Crick. 8 reels . British Records Relating to America in Microform, Series B. East Ardsley [England]: 1963.
   Plunkett, an Irish statesman, lived on ranch in Wyoming from 1879 to 1889, and returned to visit US often the rest of his life.  Active in agricultural reform and promoted agricultural cooperatives both in British Isles and US.
microfm DA107 Mic.
Agriculture—United States/ United States—History—1913-1921/ Great Britain—History—19th century.

568.  Struggle and triumph:  The women's suffrage movement, 1895-1920.  31 reels . Hassocks, England: Harvester Microform.
   Collection includes papers of the International Woman's Suffrage Alliance, the National Union of Woman's Suffrage Societies, the Parliamentary Committee for Woman's Suffrage, and the Manchester Men's League for Woman's Suffrage.  Material from the John Rylands Library, Manchester, England.
microfm JF851.S879 1895a Mic.
Great Britain—Woman's suffrage.

569.  War Cabinet minutes, 1939-45. Great Britain. War Cabinet 195 microfiches . [London]: HMSO Books, 1989.
Accompanied by printed guide by L.D. Freedman and M.L. Dockrill.
   War Cabinet was established on the outbreak of World War II, holding its first meeting 3 Sept. 1939.  War Cabinet met daily, at least during the first year of the war.  Papers include Confidential Annexes—War Cabinet reports and minutes that contain records of discussions and memoranda about crucial issues, such as the debate over a possible comprise peace with Germany in May, 1940 and military planning for various campaigns.  Records continue until elections of May, 1945, when there was a return to peace-time cabinet procedures.
microfc D750.G732 1989 Mic.
World War, 1939-1945—Great Britain/ World War, 1939-1945—Diplomatic history/ Great Britain—Foreign relations—1936-1945/ Great Britain. Public Record Office.

570.  Capital and labour.  Archives of employer and union organisations, 1850-1939.   Series 2. Trade union archives.  26 reels . Sussex: Harvester Press Microform Publications, 1987.
Guide has call number: HD6460.C371 1987.
   Part 1.  Minutes and reports of the Amalgamated Association of Card and Blowing Room Operatives, 1888-1940 (11 reels) — Part 2.  Central Committee and General Council Minutes of the Amalgamated Weavers' Association, 1885-1939 (15 reels).
Mic HD6460.C371 microfm .
Trade-unions—Great Britain—History—Sources.

571.  Documents on British policy overseas. Great Britain. Foreign and Commonwealth Office Rohan d'Olier Butler, M. E. Pelly, and H. J. ed Yasamee. London: H.M.S.O, 1984-.
Series I, v. 2-4 and Series II, v. 1-3 edited by Roger Bullen and M.E. Pelly; Series I, v. 5 edited by M.E. Pelly and H.J. Yasamee. "Collection ... in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office"—ser. 1, v. 1, p. vii. Accompanied by microfiche supplements in folders entitled: Microfiches of documents calendared in Documents on British policy overseas; these fiches consist of reproductions of documents related to those in the printed vols.
   Series I, v. 1. Conference at Potsdam, July-August 1945 (16 fiches)— Series I, v. 2. Conferences and conversations 1945, London, Washington, and  Moscow (9 fiches)— Series I, v. 3. Britain and America, negotiations of the  United States loan, 3 August-7 December 1945 (12 fiches)— Series I, v. 4.  Britain and America, atomic energy, bases and food, 12 December  1945-31 July 1946 (20 fiches)— Series I, v. 5. Germany and Western Europe, 11 August-31 December 1945 (47 fiches)— Series I, v. 6. Eastern Europe, August 1945-April 1946 (30 fiches)— Series II, v. 1. The Schuman Plan, the Council of  Europe, and Western European integration, May 1950- December 1952 (26 fiches)— Series II, v. 2. The London Conferences, Anglo-American  relations and Cold War strategy, January-June 1950 (9 fiches)— Series II, v.  3. German rearmament, September-December 1950 (9 fiches)— Series II, v. 4. Korea, June 1950-April 1951 (12 fiches).
DA588.D630 1984 Gen.
Great Britain—Foreign relations—1945—-Sources.

572.  Margaret Thatcher complete public statements 1945-1990. Margaret Thatcher. Windows version 1.0 ed. 1 computer optical disk . Oxford: Oxford University Press in association with Chesham Place Associates, 1999.
Title from opening screen. Accompanied by user handbook, errata slip, and errata disk; issued in box. Includes index (user handbook).
   Collection of more than 7,100 statements made by Margaret Thatcher and includes speeches, broadcasts, press conferences, interviews, and articles.
JMedia CDRom DA591.T47M374 1999.
Thatcher, Margaret/ Great Britain—Politics and government—1945-.

573.  Popular women's magazines at the British Library, London. British Library 70 microfilm reels . Brighton Reading, [England: Harvester Microform Distributed by] Research Publications, 1985-.
pt. 1. Woman, 1890-1912 (reels 1-21) — pt. 2. Englishwoman's review ... (reels 22-23). Myra's journal of dress and fashion (reels 24-42) — pt. 3. The ladies' pocket magazine (reels 43-45).  The ladies' treasury (reels 46-49).The lady's own novelette (reels 50-55). The mother's companion (reels 56-57). My lady's novelette (reel 58). The young woman (reel 58-61) — pt. 4. La belle assemblee (reel 62-70).
Mic _  microfm  _PN5124.W6P678 1985.
Women's periodicals, British.

574.  Sexual politics in Britain.  520 fiches . Hassocks, England: Harvester Microform, 1975.
Includes bibliographic guide and index.
   Collection includes literature of British movements for women's liberation and gay rights.  Among publications included are Women's Voice (International Socialists), Women's Struggle (Journal of Women's National Coordinating Committee), Women's Report, Union of Women for Liberation pamphlet series.  Collection also includes documents, unpublished papers, and publications of organizations such as CHE:  Campaign for Homosexual Equality (1967-1977), SMG:  Scottish Minorities Group (1970-1978), Union for Sexual Freedoms in Ireland (1974-1976); and runs of 13 serials, notably including Gay News (1972-1983), the principal gay publication of national circulation in Great Britain.  Issued with 5 printed bibliographical guides, with historical notes and title and chronological indexes, at Gen Z7164.S42L56 1977, —1978, —1979, —1981, and —1983.  Years covered:  1967-1974, with updates from 1975-1982.
Microfc HQ1075.5.G7S48 1976 Mic.
Feminism—Great Britain/ Gay liberation movement—Great Britain.

10.  France.  Spain.  Italy.

575.  Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature.  2885 microfilm reels .
   Collection of about 59,000 titles, including not only works on economic theory, trade and commerce, and public finance, but also the technical literature on agriculture, mining, crafts and manufacturing.  Also included are materials on topics such as slavery, public utilities, demography and urban development, piracy, smuggling, tithes, counterfeiting and numismatics, poverty and welfare, penology, emigration, dietary conditions, colonies, and every aspect of transportation.  Languages represented include Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish.  Call no.:  microfm HB30.G64 1974 Mic.  For full description, see entry 536 in this Guide.

576.  French royal and administrative acts: 1256-1794. New York Public Library 59 reels . Woodbridge, Conn: Research Publications, 1978.
Lipkowitz, M.:  French royal and administrative acts, 1256-1794, a subject guide to the New York Public Library collection of 16,000 pamphlets now on microfilms has call number: Z6458.F8L7.
   Collection deals mainly with the financial and political administration of France proper from the late 13th century to the end of the monarchy, nearly three-quarters being 18th century.  The collection is made up mostly of arrêts or final judgements of an edict of the king by parlements or the royal courts or councils.  Also included:  royal édits, mémoires or official reminders, lettres patentes establishing privileges, royal ordonnances (usually in response to remonstrances or petitions, extraits, and various other titled or untitled official documents).  A large portion of the collection deals with the numerous taxes on commodities and services or with government offices.  Collection includes material on topics such as clothing, manufactured goods, crime, gambling, politics, inheritances, treaties, national royal church festivals, publishing prohibitions, bridge and road toll disputes, smuggling, guilds, military administration and criminal proceedings.
microfm JN96 Mic .
Delegated legislation—France/ France—History—Sources/ France. Laws, statutes, etc./ France. Sovereigns, etc.

577.  French political pamphlets, 1547-1648.  86 reels . New Haven: Research Publications, 1978.
   Includes 7,100 titles written by authors representing a variety of social, political, religious, and economic positions within French society.  For contents, index, and reel numbers see Lindsay, Robert O., and Neu, John, compilers, French political pamphlets, 1547-1648; a catalog of major collections in America libraries (Madison, 1969), and French Political Pamphlets, 1547-1648:  A supplement).
microfm DC111.A2F746 1978 Mic.
France—Politics and government—16th century—Sources/ France—Politics and government—17th century—Sources/ Lindsay, Robert O./ Neu, John.

578.  The Catholic Reformation, including French diocesan catechisms, 1615-1900.    1134 microfiches . Leiden, The Netherlands: Inter Documentation Co, 1987-.
Printed guide at BR302.C373 1987 Index. 
   Library has part 7 only:  French diocesan catechisms, 1615-1900. 
microfc BR302.C373 1987 Mic.
Catholic Church/ Church history—Modern period, 1500-/ Counter-Reformation—France/ French diocesan catechisms, 1615-1900. 

579.  France's forgotten legion: Service records of French military and administrative personnel stationed in the Mississippi Valley and Gulf Coast Region, 1699-1769. Carl A. Brasseaux 1 computer laser disc . Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2000.
"A CD-ROM publication." pt. 1. Governors and administrators — pt. 2. Military officers — pt. 3. Noncommissioned officers — pt. 4. Cadets — pt. 5. Enlisted men — pt. 6. Support personnel.
   Presents the career biographies of more than 7,000 men and women known to have served the French monarchy in colonial Louisiana.  With data drawn from military, administrative, civil, judicial, and ecclesiastical sources, colonists from all walks of life are sketched:  governors, laborers, midwives, interpreters, land surveyors, corporals, clerks, and surgeons.  The CD-ROM also contains over thirty images, ranging from portraits to maps of towns and architectural drawings of fortifications.
 JMedia _CDRom_F372.B757 2000.
French—Louisiana—History/ Louisiana—History—To 1803/ France—History, Military—18th century.

580.  [De Pouilly family documents; inventories of property, income from properties, statements of marriage, etc., from June 1739-1788].  3 v. on 1 reel .
   In French.
microfm CS5 Mic.
De Pouilly family.

581.  Ancien Regime in turmoil?  Commerce, politics, and society in France, c. 1682-1793: the Gazette Manuscrite, 1775-1793 and related sources from the John Rylands University Library of Manchester. John Rylands University Library of Manchester 9 microfilm reels . Marlborough, Wiltshire, England: Adam Matthew Publications, 1991.
Accompanying guide has call no. HF3555.A61 1991.
   Contents:  [1] Gazette manuscrite, 1775-1793, 10 vv.(Fr. mss. 42-51).  Comprised of letters sent on a weekly basis from Paris to Rennes.  Interleaved are letters from Brest, L'Orient, Nantes, St. Malo, Vannes, etc.  [2] Comité Révolutionnaire (Fr. mss. 110).  Émargement des membres du Comité Révolutionnaire des Sections de Paris, 1793. — [3] Révolution française (Fr. mss. 115).  Dialogue patriotique. — [4] Mirabeau (Fr. mss. 116).  18 satrical epitaphs. — [5] Pièces diverses (Fr. mss. 117).  [6] Mélanges littéraires (Fr. mss. 76-86 and 111).
microfm HF3555.A6 1991 Mic.
France—Commerce—History—Sources/ France—Politics and government—1589-1789—Sources/ France—History—Revolution, 1789-1799—Sources/ Gazette manuscrite.

582.  Ambassadorial and secret service reports on revolutionary and Napoleonic France, 1781-1786:  PRO Class FPO27, France, General Correspondence (Vols. 1-20).  17 reels . Brighton, Sussex, England: Harvester Press, 1984.
Part 1, PRO FO 27, vol. 1-20, 1781-1786 (17 reels).  Includes a title list.
   British ambassadorial and secret service papers, focussing upon France, including the Vesailles Treaty of 1783, the Eden-Vergennes "Free Trade" Treaty of 1786, the French bankruptcy of 1786 and the growing tension leading up to the outbreak of the Revolution.
microfm JX1794.A75A42 1984 Mic.
France—Diplomatic and consular service—History—Sources/ France—Foreign relations—Great Britain, 1789-1815—Sources/ France—History—Revolution, 1789-1799—Sources.

583.  French Revolution research collection.  editor in chief,  Colin Lucas. Approximately 26,000 microfiches . [Oxford]: Pergamon Press, 1989-1995.
12 volume Guide to the microfiche collection has call no. DC141.F63 1990 (RR3).  Collection also includes Videodisk, Images of the French Revolution  (RR3). 
   A comprehensive collection of source material for study of the French revolution, comprising approximately 1,145,000 pages.  Contents:  Section 1, Newspapers:  Newspapers reproduced include the full range of newspapers active during the 1790s, including many rarely seen issues.  (Approximately 100,000 pages.) — Section 2, Memoirs and histories.  Includes memoirs and histories by witnesses of the Revolution.  (Approximately 167 titles, 100,000 pages.) — Section 3, Basic printed collections.  Collected primary sources published in the 19th and early 20th century.  (Approximately 150,000 pages.) — Section 4, Bibliographical and research tools.  Includes all known catalogs, inventories, and bibliographies for French Revolution research.  (Approximately 20,000 pages.) — Sections 5-12:  Thematic collections of selected pamphlets and other documents published during the period of the French Revolution:  Section 5, Pre-Revolutionary debate:  Discourse on citizenship, rights, social organization, government and power during the 12 years prior to the Revolution. (Approximately 1,200 items, 30,000 pages.) — Section 6, Political themes:  Local government, extra-parliamentary politics, political authors.  Political thought and activity in the population at large; local authorities dealing with revolutionary legislation; writings of major political thinkers.  (Approximately 160,000 pages.) — Section 7, Resistence to the Revolution:  Materials reflecting anti-revolutionary sentiment among property owners and the poor.  Much material originating in provinces.  (Approximately 100,000 pages.) — Section 8, Religion:  Sale of church lands; changing roles of the church under the Directory, emanicipation of Jews and Protestants.  (Approximately 1,900 items, 100,000 pages.) — Section 9, The Reorganization of Society:  Part 1:  Abolition of the corporate society and feudalism.  Part 2:  The countryside.  Part 3, Towns and townspeople.  Part 4,  Women and the family.  Part 5, Public assistance.  (Approximately 125,000 pages.) — Section 10, The Economy:  Part 1:  Policy, trade, and finance.  Part 2:  Agriculture.  Part 3:  Industry and technology.  (Approximately 100,000 pages.) — Section 11, War and the Colonies:  Part 1:  The army and the navy:  Structure, organization, composition, and tactics.  Part 2:  The collapse of the French colonies overseas.  (Approximately 65,000 pages.) — Section 12, Culture:  Revolutionary approach to music, theatre, poetry and fiction; calendar, festivals, and monuments; costume, and fashion; symbols, images, and allegories; and education.  (Approximately 95,000 pages.)  Collection also includes videodisk, Images of the French Revolution, presenting 38,000 color images representing the entire holdingsof the Bibliothèque Nationale's collection of Revolutionary iconography, including engravings, maps, medals, theatre designs, urban views, playing cards, cockades, coins, calendars, and caricactures.
microfm DC141.F62 1989 Mic.
France—History—Revolution, 1789-1799—Sources/ Lucas, Colin.

584.  [French newspapers, era of French Revolution] .  [125] reels .
Titles cataloged as separates.  Titles vary.  For detailed holdings information, refer to Library's catalogs.
   Collection includes:  L'Ami du peuple (5 reels, DC4). — Le publicists de la République française (2 reels, DC5). — Le babillard, journal du Palais-royal et des Thuileries (1 reel, DC6). — Bouche de fer (2 reels, DC7). — Le Censeur des journaux (2 reels, DC8). — Chronique de Paris (2 reels, DC9). — Courrier de Provence, pour servir de suite aux Letters du comte de Mirabeau à ses commettants (5 reels, DC10). — Courier français (DC11). — Courrier des départemens (13 reels, DC12). — Courier universel (5 reels, DC13). — Revue philosophique, littéraire et politique (19 reels, DC14). — Gazette de Paris (3 reels, DC15). — Le Globe; journal philosophique et littéraire (8 reels, DC16). — Journal de l'Assemblée nationale (8 reels, DC17). — Journal de Monsieur, frère du roi (DC18). — Journal général de la cour et de la ville (6 reels, DC19). — Letter[s] bougrement patriotiques] due véritable père Duchêne (2 reels, DC20). — Le Logographe, journal nationale (3 reels, DC21). — L'Orateur du peuple (6 reels, DC22). — Nouvelles de Paris, faisant suite à celles de Versailles (1 reel, DC23). —  Assemblée nationale (1 reel, DC24). — Le Législateur français (2 reels, DC25). — Le Patriote français (4 reels, DC26). — Journal des hommes libres de tous les pays, ou, le Républicain (3 reels, DC27). — Révolutions de Paris (8 reels, DC28). — Révolutions de Paris et de l'Europe (1 reel, DC29) — Mercure national et Révolutions de l'Europe, journal democratique (3 reels, DC30). — Le Thermonètre de jour (4 reels, DC31). — La Trompette du père Duchêne (1 reel, DC32). — Desmoulins, Camille.  Le vieux cordelier (1 reel, DC33). — Le Point du jour, ou, Résultat de ce qui s'est passé la veille à l'Assemblée national (DC34). — Journal de la municipalité et du départment du Paris (1 reel, DC45).
microfilm DC4-DC34, DC45 Mic.
France—History—Revolution, 1789-1799—Newspapers/ Newspapers—France.

585.  Despatches from United States ministers to France, 1789-1906. United States.  Dept. of State 67 reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, no. 34. Washington: National Archives, 1966.
   Includes register of despatches.  Library holds reels 1-67 (Sept. 29, 1789-Nov. 13, 1869) of 128 reels.
microfm J92 M-34Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—France—Sources/ France—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

586.  [French newspapers, etc., of 1848].  18 reels .
Originals in Bibliothèque nationale (9 reels), Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal (1 reel); Columbia (2 reels); Harvard (3 reels), Yale (2 reels), New York Public Library (1 reel).  Detailed description of each newspaper in L. E. Hatin's Bibliographie historique et critique.
   Contents:  1.  L'Assemblée nationale (1848-1857). — 2. Comission d'enquête sur le Club des clubs.  Note. [n. d.] — 3. La Commune de Paris. — 4. Le courrier français. — 5. Démocratie pacifique. — 6. Ikor, R. / Insurrection ouvrière de juin 1848. 1936. — 7. Longepied, A. / Comité révolutionnaire, Club des clubs, et la Commission, par Longepied, fondateur président, et Laugier, secrétaire trésorier.  1850. — 8. Ménard, A. / Relation complète et fidèle des journées de juin, du 22 au 27, par Alph. Ménard et Th. Staines. [n. d.] — Journées de l'insurrection de juin 1848. [n. d.] — Complot du 15 mai devoilé par un garde national. — Bouton, V. / Attentat de la police républicaine contre la souveraineté. 1848. — La répresentant du peuple. — 9-10. Miscellaneous posters, club programs, broadsides. — 11. Miscellaneous radical journals:  La voix des clubs. — L'Accusateur public. — L'Aigle républicaine. — L'Aimable faubourien. — L'Ami du peuple en 1848. — L'Avant-garde. — Le Bonapartiste républicaine. — Le Bonheur public et général. — Le Bonnet rouge. — La Bouche de fer. — La Chandelle démocratique et sociale. — Le Christ républicain-démocrate-socialiste. — Les Droits de l'homme. — L'Écho du peuple; journal des intérêts moraux et matérials. — L'Époque. — La famille; organe politique, social, littéraire et scientifique des intérêts généraux. — Journal des sans-culottes. — Journal des travilleurs. — Le Kabbaliste. — La Lanterne du Quartier Latin. — La Mère Michel. — Napoleon républicain. — Le Napoléonien. — Le Père Duchêne; gazette de la révolution. — Le Père Duchêne, ancien fabricant de forneaux. — Le Pilier des tribunaux. — La République rouge. — Le Revelateur. — Le Robespierre. — Les Saltimbanques. — Le Salut social. — La souveraineté du peuple. — Le Travailleur, par la mére Duchêne. — Le Tribun du peuple; organ des travailleurs. — Le Tribunal révolutionnaire. — Le Volcan. —12. Le Peuple constituant. — 13.Le Populaire. — 14. Le Populaire [duplicate]. — Le Messager; journal politique et littéraire. — Gazette des tribunaux; journal de jurisprudence et des débates judiciaires. — Le Travail; véritable organe des intérêts populaires. — La sentinelle des clubs. — 15. La Presse. — 16. Le Réforme. — 17. La République. — 18. Le vraie république.
Microfilm DC48 Mic.
France—History—February Revolution, 1848/ Newspapers—France.

587.  Archives biographiques françaises = French biographical archive. Susan Bradley 1073 microfiches . London New York: K.G. Saur, [1988-1990].
Accompanied by printed guide:  Index biographique français,  edited by Helen and Barry Dwyer, 4 vv. DC36.I53 1998 RR.
   Work is a cumulation of 180 biographical reference works originally published between 1647 and 1986, reproduced in a single alphabetical sequence on 1,073 fiches.  Included are biographies of 140,000 people listed therein.  Many individuals of local or limited fame are included, listed in highly specialized works such as Dictionnaire biographique de la Drôme (Grenoble, 1900-01) or Biographie des lieutenans-généraux, ministres, directeurs-généraux, chargés d'arrondissemens,  préfets de la police en France (Paris, 1829) .  Includes biographees from French-speaking Canada, Belgium, Switzerland, and French colonies.  When the subject appears in more than one reference work, all biographies are included.  Index includes 40,000 cross-references.  Continued by Index Biographique français, part 2.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
microfc DC36.A723 1988 RR.
French-Canadians—Biography—Dictionaries/ France—Biography—Dictionaries/ France—Colonies—Biography—Dictionaries/ Switzerland, French-speaking—Biography—Dictionaries.

588.  Archives biographiques françaises. Deuxième série = French biographical archive. Tommaso Nappo 644 microfiches . München: K.G. Saur Verlag, [c1993?].
Continues Archives biographiques français.  Brings together into a single alphabetical arrangement entries from 122 of the most important biographical reference works for francophones  living during the 19th and 20 centuries through the 1960s.  Included are 180,000 entries for 135,000 individuals in the French-speaking world, including France and its former colonies, francophone Canada, Belgium, and Switzerland.  Indexed by Index Biographique Français, 2ème édition, CT1003.I532 1998 RR, which also indexes the earlier series.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
microfc DC36.A723 1993 RR.
French-Canadians—Biography—Dictionaries/ France—Biography—Dictionaries/ Switzerland—Biography—Dictionaries/ Belgium—Biography—Dictionaries/ France—Colonies—Biography—Dictionaries.

589.  Archivo biográfico de España, Portugal e Iberoamérica = Arquivo biográfico de Espanha, Portugal e Ibero-América = Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American Biographical Archive.  editors,  Victor Herrero Mediavilla, and L. Rosa Aguayo Nayle. 2162 fiches . [München, New York]: K.G. Saur, 1990?
Part I indexed by  4 v. Índice biográfico de España, Portugal e Iberoamérica (CT1345.I530 1990 RR).
   Work is a cumulation of 639 biographical reference works originally published between the 17th and 20th centuries, in two parts: Archivo biográfico de España, Portugal e Iberoamérica I (covering 306 works on 1,143 fiches, and biographies of 300,000 individuals), and Archivo biográfico de España, Portugal e Iberoamérica II, (covering 333 works on 1,018 fiches and biographies of 180,000 individuals).  Many individuals of local or limited fame are included, listed in highly specialized works such as Diccionario biográfico general del antiguo departamento del Cauca (Quito, 1910).  When the subject appears in more than one reference work, all biographies are included. 
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
microfc CT1345.A723 1990 RR.
Spain—Biography/ Portugal—Biography/ Latin America—Biography/ Herrero Mediavilla, Victor/ Aguayo Nayle, L. Rosa/ Arquivo biográfico de Espanha, Portugal e Ibero-América/ Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American Biographical Archive.

590.  Spanish collection.  9 reels . Latin American History and Culture:  an Archival Record.  Yale University Collection of Latin American Manuscripts. Woodbridge, Conn.: Primary Source Media, 2000-2001.
Yale University Collection of Latin American manuscripts, Part I, is in three sections:  Andean Collection, 1538-1878; Mexico and Central America; and Spain.
   The Spanish collection (9 reels) comprises 37 mss. volumes dating from the 16th to 18th centuries, the larger share being royal decrees on administration of Spanish colonies.  Also included are materials such as a emblem book, genealogies, and mss. of the Spanish inquisition.  Printed Guide at F2212.A534 2000 Guide.
Mic microfm F2212.A534 2000 .
Spain — History — Sixteenth Century —Sources/ Spain — History — Seventeenth Century —Sources/ Spain — History — Eighteenth Century —Sources/ Latin America — History — Sixteenth Century —Sources/ Latin America — History — Seventeenth Century —Sources/ Latin America — History — Eighteenth Century —Sources.

591.  Textos y obras clásicas sobre la presencia del Islam en la historia de España.  Bernabé ed. López García. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid, España: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1998.
   Includes 39 works, in 40 volumes, and more than 14,000 pages, published between 1796 and 1997, by the following authors:  /Ibn ídhárí, Muhammad; Idrísí; Maqqarí, Ahmad ibn Muhammad; Almagro Cárdenas, Antonio; Asín Palacios, Miguel; Borbón, Faustino Juan Nepomuceno de; Codera y Zaidín, Francisco; Conde, José Antonio; Contreras, Rafael; Ibn Hazm, Alí ibn Ahmad; Fernández y González, F.; Gayangos, Pascual de; Guillén Robles, Francisco; Lafuente y Alcántara, Emilio; Masdeu, Juan Francisco; Pons Boigues, Francisco; Ribera, Julián; Saavedra, Eduardo; Simonet, Francisco Javier.
DP100 .T4 1998 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Arabs—Spain—History/ Islam—Spain—History.

592.  Textos clásicos sobre los reyes católicos.  Miguel Angel ed. Ladero Quesada. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid, España: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1999.
Title from disc label.
   Includes 33 works (34 vol., more than 12,000 pages), works by the following authors:  Amador de los Ríos, José; Ayora, Gonzalo; Boissonnade, P.; Bullón y Fernández, Eloy marqués de Selva Alegre; Calmette, Joseph; Clemencín, Diego; Cerbantes, Pedro de; Cerbantes, Manuel Antonio de; Cotarelo Valledor, Armando; Desdevises du Dezert, G.; Henry IV King of Castile and Leon; Fernández de Oviedo y Valdés, Gonzalo; Alba, Jacobo Stuart Fitz-James y Falcó duque de; Fuertes Arías, Rafael; Gaspar Remiro, M.; Gracián y Morales, Baltasar; Hefele, Karl Joseph von; Llanos y Torriglia, Félix de; Llorente, Juan Antonio; López Martínez, Celestino; Martínez de la Rosa, Francisco; Rizzo y Ramírez, Juan; Rodríguez Villa, Antonio; Ruano Prieto, Fernando; Salazar, Diego de; Serrano y Sanz, Manuel; Simonet, Francisco Javier; Sitges, J. B.; Valera, Diego de; Vallejo, Juan de; Yanguas y Miranda, José.
DP59 .T498 1999 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Spain—Kings and rulers—History/ Spain—Queens—History/ Spain—History.

593.  Obras clásicas sobre los Austrias, Siglo XVI.  Guillamón, Javier, ed.,  1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1998.
Title from disk label.
   Includes 10 works (17 vol., ca. 11,000 pages), published between 1614-1885, by /Ruiz Ibáñez, José Javier; Sandoval, Prudencio de; Prescott, William Hickling; Mignet M.; Hurtado de Mendoza, Diego; Fernández Duro, Cesáreo; Cabrera de Córdoba, Luis; Danvila y Collado, Manuel; Fernández Herrero, Manuel; Fernández San Román, Federico; García Cerezeda, Martín.
DP171 .O373 1998 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Spain—History—Charles I, 1516-1556/ Spain—History—Philip II, 1556-1598.

594.  Obras clásicas sobre los Austrias, Siglo XVII.  García García, Bernardo José, ed.,  1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1998.
Title from disk label.
   Includes 35 works (37 vv., 12,000 pages), published between 1612 and 1915, by the following authors:  Aedo y Gallart, Diego de; Almansa y Mendoza, Andres; Bleda, Jaime; Cabrera de Córdoba, Luis; Cánovas del Castillo, Antonio; Castro, Adolfo de; Céspedes y Meneses, Gonzalo de; Flórez, Enrique; Fonseca, Damián; Fuentes, Julio; Gualdo Priorato, Galeazzo conte; Lerma, Francisco Sandoval y Rojas duque de; González Dávila, Gil; Guzmán, Diego de; Hugo, Herman; Juderías, Julián; Lonchay, Henri; Montuano, Pedro; Maura, Gabriel Maura Gamazo duque de; Olmo, José Vicente del; Perrens, Fran_cois Tommy, 1822-1901; Quevedo, Francisco de; Rodríguez Villa, Antonio; Rott, Edouard; Saavedra Fajardo, Diego de; Veiga, Tomé Pinheiro da; Vera y Figueroa, Juan Antonio de conde de la Roca; Watson, Robert; Thomson, William; Weiss, Charles, 1812-1882; Yáñez Fajardo y Montroy, Juan Isidro.
DP170.8 .O373 1998 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Spain—History—House of Austria, 1516-1700/ Spain—History—Charles II, 1665-1700.

595.  Tratados internacionales de España, 1700-1902.  José 1944 ed. Andrés Gallego. 1 optical disk . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 2000.
Reproductions of complete texts of four collections of treaties originally published between 1796 and 1906.
   Colección de los tratados de paz, alianza, comercio &c. ajustados por la corona de España con las potencias extrangeras desde el reynado del señor don Felipe quinto hasta el presente — Tratados, convenios y declaraciones de paz y de comercio que han hecho con las potencias estranjeras los monarcas españoles de la casa de Borbon, desde el año de 1700 hasta el dia / Alejandro del Cantillo — Tratados de España : documentos internacionales del reinado de doña Isabel II desde 1842 a 1868 / Florencio Janer — Colección de los tratados, convenios y documentos internacionales celebrados por nuestros gobiernos con los estados extranjeros desde el reinado de doña Isabel II hasta nuestros dias (1834-1902) / marqués de Olivart.
XXKZ816 2000 JMedia _CDRom.
Spain — Foreign relations — 18th century — Treaties/ Spain — Foreign relations — 19th century — Treaties/ Cantillo, Alejandro del/ Janer, Florencio, 1831-1877/ Olivart, Ramón de Dalmau y de Olivart, marqués de, 1861-1928.

596.  Obras clásicas sobre literatura del Vino.  Alberto ed. Vieira. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1998.
Contains 65 works (67 vv., 10,000 pp.), published between 1788 and 1988 (mostly in the 19th century), having to do with the cultivation of wine grapes, and the manufacture and consumption of Spanish and Portuguese wines.
   Authors represented:  Abela y Sainz de Andino, Eduardo; Aguiar, Antônio Augusto d'; Alarte, Vicencio; Almeida, Gabriel de Toledo Piza e; Aragó, Buenaventura; Baleriola, Gabriel; Belda, Joaquín; Blanco Fernandez, Antonio; Boutelou, Esteban; Brito, Elvino de; Buruaga, Domingo de; Busby, James; Cannavial, Conde de; Casabona, Luis; Castellet, Buenaventura; Castelo Branco, Camilo; Costa, B. C. Cincinnato da; Cruz, José Maria Augusto Chaves; Dupuy de Lôme, Enrique; Fonsecca, Francisco Pereira Rebello da; García de los Salmones, Nicolás; Gouveia, Vicente Henriques de; Guyot, Jules; Lobo, Constantino Botelho de Lacerda; López y Camuñas, José; Machado, Bernardino; Nieva, José María de; Parada y Barreto, Diego Ignacio; Pimentel, Alberto; Santos, Júlio Eduardo dos; Vizetelly, Henry.
SB387.8.S7 O373 1998 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Viticulture—Spain/ Viticulture—Portugal/ Wine and winemaking—Spain/ Wine and winemaking—Portugal.

597.  Textos clásicos de cetrería, montería y caza.  José Manuel ed. Fradejas Rueda. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1999.
Comprises 20 works (ca. 20,000 pp.), on hunting and falconry.
   Authors represented:  Zúñiga y Sotomayor, Fadrique; Vallés, Juan; Tapia y Salcedo, Gregorio; Argote de Molina, Gonzalo; Alfonso XI King of Castile and Leon; Pedraza Gaitán, Pedro de; Núñez de Avendaño, Pedro; Moamin; López de Ayala, Pedro; Hidalgo, Carlos; Gutiérrez, Antonio; Arellano, Juan Manuel de; Bujanda, Gaspar de; Calvo Pinto y Velarde, Agustín; Arcano, Francisco; Cerbantes, Pedro de; Cerbantes, Manuel Antonio de; Fernández Ferreira, Diego; Hojeda, Fernando de; Martínez de Espinar, Alonso; Mateos Ballestero, Juan; Tamariz de la Escalera, Fernando.
SK25 .T498 1999 JMedia _CDRom_ SK25.T498 1999.
Hunting/ Falconry.

598.  Obras clásicas de náutica y navegación.  José Ignacio ed. Gonzalez-Aller Hierro. 1 computer optical disc . Colección Clásicos Tavera. Serie II. Temáticas Para La Historia De Iberoamérica, vol. 17. Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1998.
Thirty-two Spanish works on navigation from 1502 to 1921, most from the 16th and 17th centuries.
   Authors represented:  Alfonso X King of Castile and Leon; Cedillo, Pedro Manuel; Córdoba, Alfonso de; Cortés, Martin; Escalante de Mendoza, Juan de; Faleiro, Francisco; Enciso, Martin Fernández de; Navarrete, Martín Fernández de; Flores, Lázaro de; Céspedes, Andrés García de; García de Palacio, Diego; González Cabrera Bueno, José; Gonzalez de Urueña, Juan; Juan, Jorge; Lauanha, Ioao Baptista; Medina, Pedro de; Mendoza y Riós, José de; Moreno y Zabala, Blas; Najera, Antonio de; Porter y Casanate, Pedro; Poza, Andrés de; Sacro Bosco, Joannes de; Sánchez Reciente, Juan; Santa Cruz, Alonso de; Seyxas y Lobera, Brancisco de; Syria, Pedro de; Tornamira, Francisco Vicente de; Zacuto, Abraham ben Samuel; Zamorano, Rodrigo de.
VK87 .O373 1998 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Navigation—Spain—History/ Navigation—Latin America—History/ Nautical astronomy—History.

599.  Textos clásicos para la historia del País Vasco (I).  Vicente ed. Palacio Atard. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1999.
Title from disk label.
   Includes works published between 1864 and 1903 by ; Labayru y Goicoechea, Estanislao J. de; Becerro de Bengoa, Ricardo; Soraluce, Nicolás de/.
DP302.B47 H581 1999 JMedia _CDRom_ D.
País Vasco (Spain)—History.

600.  Textos clásicos para la historia del País Vasco (II).  Vicente ed. Palacio Atard. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1999.
Title from disk label.
   Includes 14 works published between 1780 and 1901 by ; Marichalar, Amalio marqués de Montesa; Manrique, Cayetano; Llorente, Juan Antonio; Landázuri y Romarate, Joaquín José de; Iturriza y Zabala, Juan Ramón de; Echegaray, Carmelo de; Aranguren y Sobrado, Francisco de; Sagarmínaga, Fidel de; Novia de Salcedo, Pedro; Gorosábel, Pablo de.
DP302.B47 H582 1999 JMedia _CDRom_.
País Vasco (Spain)—History.

601.  Textos clásicos para la historia del País Vasco (III). Vicente ed. Palacio Atard. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1999.
Title from disk label.
   Includes 5 works published between 1818 and 1892 by ; Don Preciso; González, Tomás; Fontecha Salazar, Pedro; Sagarmínaga, Fidel de; Soraluce, Nicolás de.
DP302.B47 H583 1999 JMedia _CDRom_ DP302.B47H583 1999.
País Vasco (Spain)—History.

602.  Textos clásicos para la historia del Reino de Navarra. José ed. Andrés Gallego. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1999.
Title from disk label.
   Includes 11 works, 31 volumes, more than 12,000 pages, published between 1591 and 1999 by the following authors:  Andrés Gallego, José; Moret, José de; Sandoval y Rojas, Bernardo de Cardinal; Yanguas y Miranda, José; Zuaznavar, José María de.
DP154.T498 1999 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Navarre (Kingdom)—History.

603.  Textos clásicos para la historia de Castilla y León (I).  Luis Miguel ed. Enciso Recio. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1999.
Title from disk label.
   Includes 16 titles, 20 volumes, and some 12,000 pages, published between 1577 and 1908, by the following authors:  /Sandoval, Prudencio de; Rodríguez Villa, Antonio; Núñez de Castro, Alonso; Morales, Ambrosio de; Martínez Marina, Francisco; González, Tomás; Colmenares, Diego de; Carrillo, Alonso; Carrasco del Saz, Francisco; Berni y Catalá, Joseph; Gudiel, Geronymo; Gutierrez, Diego; Pérez de Salamanca, Diego; Salazar de Mendoza, Pedro de/.
DP134.8 .T498 1999 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Castilla y León (Spain)—History.

604.  Textos clásicos para la historia de Castilla y León (II).  Enciso Recio, Luis Miguel, ed.,  1 computer optical disk . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1999.
Title from disk label.
   Contains 11 works published between 1484 and 1792 by the following authors:  Ariz Monge Benito, Luis; Celso, Hugo De, d. 1533?; Cortés Ossorio, Juan; Daza, Antonio; Díaz de Montalvo, Alonso; Granada, Pablo de; Méndez de Vasconcelos, J.; Morales, Ambrosio de; Núñez de Castro, Alonso; Ocampo, Florián de; Pérez de Salamance, Diego; Salazar de Mendoza, Pedro.
DP134.8 .T499 1999 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Castilla y León (Spain)—History.

605.  Obras clásicas para la historia de Toledo.  Julio ed. Porres Martín-Cleto. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera , 1998.
   Title from disc label.  Includes 29 works (36 volumes; ca. 14,000 pages): Hystoria o descripción de la imperial cibdad de Toledo / Pedro de Alcocer (1554) — Toledo en el siglo XV ... / Eloy Benito Ruano (1961) — El indicador toledano o guía del viajero en Toledo / Pedro Pablo Blanco, Manuel de Assas (1851) — Noticia histórico-chronologica de los privilegios de las nobles familias ... Toledo / Pedro Camino y Velasco (1740) — El artificio de Juanelo y el puente de Julio César / Luis de la Escosura y Morrogh (1888) — El fundador de la Catedral de Toledo / Eduardo Estella (1926) — España sagrada: theatro geographico-historico de la iglesia de España ... vol. V-VII / Enrique Florez de Setien (1750-1752) — Copia fiel y exacta del Testamento del Cardenal Arzobispo ... / Pedro Gonzalez de Mendoza (1914?) — Los mozárabes de Todelo en los siglos XII y XIII / Angel González Palencia (1926-1930) — Toledo y sus romerías / Román Hernández (1889) — Toledo en el siglo XVI ... / Jerónimo López de Ayala y Alvarez de Toledo (1901) — Constituciones para el mejor régimen y gobierno de la real capilla de señores reyes nuevos de la ciudad de Toledo ... / Francisco Antonio de Lorenzana (1794) — Historia del Alcázar de Toledo / Francisco Martín Arrúe, Eugenio Olavarría y Huarte (1889) — Ordenanzas para el buen régimen y gobierno de ... Toledo / Antonio Martin-Gamero (1858) — Leyendas del último rey godo / Juan Menendez Pidal (1906) — Historia de D. Pedro Tenorio ar_cobispo de Toledo / Eugenio Narbona (1624) — Catálogo de la librería del Cabildo toledano / José Maria Octavio de Toledo (1903) — Datos documentales inéditos para la historia del arte español. I: Notas del archivo de la Catedral de Toledo ... / Francisco Pérez Sedano (1914) — Descripción de la Imperial Civdad de Toledo ... 1a parte: Con la historia de Santa Leocadia / Francisco de Pisa (1617) — El tesoro de Toledo / Felipe Ramírez y Benito (1894?) — Memoria de la Real Academia de la Historia ... / Real Academia de la Historia (1795 [1796?]) — Reales ordenanzas en que se declara el modo y forma como se deben labrar los texidos de oro, plata y seda en todos los reinos de España (1750) — El arte latino-bizantino en España y las coronas visigodas de Guarrazar / José Amador de los Ríos (1861) —Compendio de la vida y hazañas del Cardenal don Fray Francisco Ximénez de Cisneros ... / Eugenio de Robles (1604) — Guía del viajero en Toledo / Luis Rodríguez Miguel (1880) — Vida y sucesos prósperos y adversos de D. Bartholome de Carranza y Miranda, arzobispo de Toledo / Pedro Salazar de Mendoza (1784) — Relaciones histórico-geográfico-estadísticas de los pueblos de España ... / Carmelo Viñas, Ramón Paz (1951-1963) — Datos documentales para la historia del arte español. II: Documentos de la catedral de Toledo ... / Manuel R. Zarco del Valle (colección formada 1869-1874).
DP402.T72 O27 1998 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Toledo (Spain)—History.

606.  Textos clásicos para la historia de Madrid.
   Includes works by José Antonio Álvaraz y Baena, José Amador de Los Ríos, Teodoro Ardemans, Fermin Caballero, Alonso Castillo Solórzano, Gil González Dá Vila, Antonio Liñán y Verdugo, Tomás López, Pascual Madoz, Ramón de Mesonero Romanos, Manuel de Ocampo, Juan Antonio Pellicer, Antonio Pérez, and Jerónimo de Quintana.
CDRomDP354.T49 2000.
Madrid (Spain) — History.

607.  Textos clásicos para la historia de Cataluña (I).
   Contains 13 works.
CDRomDP302.C63T497 2000.
Catalonia (Spain) — History.

608.  Textos clásicos para la historia de Cataluña (II).
   Contains 16 works.
CDRomDP302.C63T49 2000.
Catalonia (Spain) — History.

609.  Textos clásicos sobre la historia del Reino de Aragón (I, II, III).  3 discs . Madrid: Fundacion Historica Tavera, 2001.
   Contains 22 works. Includes writings by Jerónimo Zurita, Juan Francisco Andrés de Ustárroz, Jerónimo de Blancas y Tomás, Vincencio Blasco de Lanuza, Bartolomé Leonardo de Argensola, Francisco Diego de Sayas Rabanera y Ortubia, Jerónimo Zurita, Lupercio Leonardo de Argensola, Pedro Abarca, Juan Briz Martínez, Diego José Dormer, Domingo La Ripa, José Lupercio Panzano Ibáñez de Aoyz.
CDRom DP302.A67T49 2000.
Aragon (Spain) — History.

610.  Fuentes toponímicas en los pergaminos condales de Cancillería del Archivo de la Corona de Aragón (s. IX-XII) y su valoración histórica.  150, [14] p + computer optical disk . Rubrica. Palaeographica Et Diplomatica Studia ; 6.. Barcelona: Universitat de Barcelona, Publicacions, [1984].
Includes bibliographical references (p. 111-150). Text in Spanish; prologs in Catalan.
Gen DP302.A71F84 1984 JMedia DP302.A71F84 1984.
Names, Geographical—Spain—Aragon/ Spanish language—Etymology—Names/ Aragon (Spain)—History/ Archivo de la Corona de Aragón/ Fuentes/ Siglos IX/ XII/ Nombres geográficos/ Historia/ Fuentes/ Aragón (España)/ Siglos IX/ XII/ Historiografía/ Fuentes.

611.  Textos clásicos para la historia de Andalucía  .
Contains 14 works: Breve descripción de la fiebre amarilla padecida en Cádiz y pueblos comarcanos en 1800... (1806) / Juan Manuel de Arejuela — Nobleza de Andaluzía (1588) / Gonzalo Argote de Molina — Cádiz en la Guerra de la Independencia: Cuadro histórico (1. ed. 1862 and 2. ed. 1864) / Adolfo de Castro — Historia de los musulmanes de España hasta la conquista de los Almoravides (4 v. 1920) / Reinhart Pieter Anne Dozy — Historia general de Andalucía desde los teimpos mas remotos hasta 1870 (8 vol. 1869-1871) / Joaquín Guichot — Historia de Málaga y su provincia (1874) / F. Guillén Robles — Historia de los jueces de Córdoba (1914) / Ibn Harit Al-Jusani — Anales eclesiásticos y seculares de la muy noble, y muy leal ciudad de Sevilla... (1677) / Diego Ortiz de Zúñiga — Retrato al natural de la ciuadad y término de Jaén... (1794) / José Martínez de Mazas — Memeorial histórico español: Colección de documentos, opúsculos y antigüidades que publica la Real Academia de la Historia (t. 8 1855) — Historia de Córdoba desde su fundación hasta la muerte de Isabel la Católica (t. 3, e?oca musulmana, 1917) — Rafael Ramírez de Arellano y Díaz de Morales — Resumen de la información acerca de los obreros agricolas en las provincias de Andalucía y Extremadura (1905) — El bandolerismo: estudio social y memorias históricas (10 v., 1876-1880) / Julián de Zugasti.
CDRomDP302.A46T498 2000.
Andalucia (Spain) — History.

612.  Obras clásicas para la historia de Portugal.  José ed. Mattoso. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1998.
Contains six works (21 volumes, 11,000 pp.), on the history of Portugal to the 19th century, published between 1597 and 1885.
   Authors represented:  Gama Barros, Henrique da; Brandáo, Antonio; Brito, Bernardo de; Herculano, Alexandre; Martins, Joaquim Pedro De Oliveira; Silva, Luiz Augusto Rebello da.
DP538 .O373 1998 JMedia _CDRom.
Portugal—History.

613.  Obras clásicas para la historia de Lisboa.  Eduardo ed. Sucena. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1998.
Title from disk label.
   Contains 11 works (20 vv., ca. 12,000 pages) published between 1620 and 1946 by the following authors:  Pereira de Sousa, Francisco Luiz; Góis, Damiáo de; Dias, Carlos Malheiro; Castilho, Júlio de; Carvalho, Pinto de; Almeida, Mario de; Oliveyra, Nicoláo d'; Freire, Mário Joáo Paulo; Pereira, Luiz Gonzaga.
DP756 .O373 1998 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Lisbon (Portugal)—History.

614.  Obras clásicas para la historia de las Islas del Atlántico.  Alberto ed. Vieira. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera , 1998.
Contains 51 works (57 vv. and 14,000 pp.) on the history of the Portuguese islands of Madeira, Azores, Cavo Verde, Guiné, St. Thomé e Principe, Porto Sancto, Desertas, Selvagens, Santo Atao, Lages, Ano Bom y Faial, and the Spanish ilsands of the Canarias y Fernando Poó.
   Authors represented:  Almada, A.A. de, Almada, V.P.L.M. de M. e, Almeida, J.M. de S. e, Andrade, J.E. de, Avellar, J.C. da S., Azevedo, A.R. de, Barcellos, C.J. de S., Bettencourt, E.A., Calle, H.F.F., Camara, P.P. da, Chelmicki, J.C.C. de, Cordeyro, A., Corrêa, M. de J., Costa, H.C.S.B. e, Costa, J.V.B. da, Cunha, H. de L. e, Dias, U. de M., Drummond, F.F., Faro, C de S. e, Feijo, J. da S., Freitas, J. de, Friedlaender, I., Henriques, J.A., Inso, E., Lereno, A., Lima, G., Lima, M., Loureiro, A., Machado, F.S. de L., Matos, R.J. da C., Moniz, S., Nascimento, J.C. do, Negreiros, A.L. de A., Nogueira, A.F., Peres, D., Rebello, E., Rebelo, P., Ribeiro, M.F., Sampaio, A. da S., Serpa, A.F. de, Silva, F.A. da, Silva, F.F. da, Sousa, J.S. de A. de, Telles, A., Vasconcellos, E.J de C. e.
DP702.A87 O373 1998 JMedia _CDRom_.
Islands of the Atlantic—History .

615.  [Proceedings of a trial]. Valladolid, 1550.  [48] p., incl. illuminated frontispiece, on 1 reel .
Filmed by Linda Hall Library, Kansas City, Mo.
microfm DP4 Mic.

616.  Despatches from United States ministers to Spain, 1792-1906 [microfilm]. United States.  Dept. of State 134 reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, no. 31. Washington: National Archives, 1966.
           Includes register of despatches.
microfm J92 M-31 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Spain—Sources/ Spain—Foreign relations—United States—Sources/ &l.

617.  Diario de sesiones. Spain.  Cortes 501 microfiches .
   1810-13, sesiones generales (117 sheets), J6 — 1810-13, sesiones secretas (15  sheets), J7 — 1813-14 (15 sheets), J8 — 1834-35 (16 sheets), J10 —1835-36 (19 sheets), J11 — 1836-37 (118 sheets), J12— 1858-85 (201 sheets), J9.
microfc J6/J12 Mic.
Spain—Politics and government—1808-1814/ Spain—Politics and government—1814-1868/ Spain—Cortes.

618.  El pensamiento político español del siglo XIX:  textos.  Dalmacio ed. Negro Pavón. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1999.
Title from disk label.
   Contains 71 works (79 volumes, more than 14,000 pages) published between 1702-1919, by the following authors:  Santamaría de Paredes, Vicente; Salmerón y Alonso, Nicolás; Olózaga, Salustiano; Miñano y Bedoya, Sebastián de; Lista, Alberto; Isern, Damián; Flórez Estrada, Alvaro; Barcia, Roque; Aparisi y Guijarro, Antonio; Alvarado, Francisco; Colón, José Joaquín; Lardizábal y Uribe, Manuel de; Nuñez, Toribio; Rubio, Carlos; Veléz, Rafael de; Ventosa, Evaristo; Vidal, José/.
JA84.S7 P458 1999 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Political science—Spain—History.

619.  Archivio biografico italiano = Italian biographical archive.  editors,  Tommaso Nappo, and Silvio Furlani. 1046 microfiches . [München, New York]: Saur, 1987.
Accompanied by printed guide with introd. in Italian, English, and German.  Indexed by 4 vv Indice biografico italiano, call no. CT123.I54 1993.
   Work is a cumulation of 321 biographical reference works originally published between 1646 and 1931, reproduced in a single alphabetical sequence on 1046 fiches.  Included are 200,000 biographies of  individuals listed therein.  Many individuals of local or limited fame are included, listed in highly specialized works such as I conventi ed i cappuccini bresciani (Milano, 1891).  When the subject appears in more than one reference work, all biographies are included. Entries include all regions of Italy, Sicily and Sardinia, plus Dalmatia, Savoy, Malta, and Istria; coverage is particularly comprehensive for rulers in the states of Piedmont, Lombardy, Venice, Liguria, Emilia, Romagna, Sicily, and the cities of Florence and Pisa.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
microfc DG463.A72 1987 RR.
Italy—Biography—Dictionaries/ Dalmatia (Croatia)—Biography—Dictionaries/ Malta—Biography—Dictionaries/ Savoy (France and Italy)—Biography—Dictionaries/ Switzerland, Italian-speaking—Biography—Dictionaries/ Tyrol (Austria)—Biography—Dictionaries.

620.  Archivio biografico italiano. Nuova serie (ABI II) : cumulativo di 124 repertori biografici fra i più importanti a partire dalla fine del sec. XIX sino alla metà del sec. XX.     Silvio Furlani ed. Tommaso Nappo. 690 microfiches . München: K.G. Saur Verlag, [1992?].
   Continues Archivio Biografico Italiano.   Work is a cumulation of 175 biographical reference works published through the 1950's, reproducing in a single alphabetic sequence 260,000 biographies of 218,000 individuals.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
microfc DG463.A72 1992 RR.
Italy—Biography.

621.  Archivio biografico italiano III.  Tommaso Nappo, and Silvio ed Furlani. 470 microfiches . München: Saur, 1998-.
Includes installments III-V. Supplement to Archivio biografico italiano at call no.: microfc DG463.A72 1987, and Archivio biografico italiano. Nuova serie at call no.: microfc DG463.A72 1992.  Work is a cumulation of 158 biographical reference works, including very recent publications, reproduced in a single alphabetical sequence on 470 fiches.  Included are more than 150,000 biographies of  more than 120,000 individuals listed therein.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
RR  microfc DG463.A72 1998.
Italy—Biography.

622.  1945-1996 : profilo della politica in Italia. Gianfranco Pasquino xv, 118 p . Roma [etc.]: Laterza multimedia, 1996.
Printed work at Gen DG581.P37 1996; CD at JMedia DG581.P37 1996.
Italy — Politics and government — 1945-1976/ Italy — Politics and government — 1976.

623.  Gli atti del Comune di Milano nei secoli 12. e 13.  Ed. elettronica ed. 2 CD-ROM . Milano: Università degli studi di Milano, 2000.
   Contains the Gli Atti del commune di Milano: fino all’anno MCCXVI (published in 1919), nel sec. XIII (published 1976-98), and Gli Atti di querimonia tra i documenti giudizari (published 1997) in an electronic form (CD-rom) (edited by C. Manaresi, M. F. Baroni, and R. Perelli Cippo; Milano:  Università degli studi di Milano, 2000).
CDRomDG651.A881 2000.
Milan (Italy) — History — To 1535 — Sources/ Milan (Italy) — Politics and government — Sources.

624.  The records of the Venetian Senate on disk, 1335-1400.Benjamin G. Kohl, and Venice (Republic: To 1797). Senato. 1 computer optical disk . New York: Italica Press, 2001.
   Digital archive of nearly 4400 Latin records of the Venetian Senate for the fourteenth century.  Complete ed. from the series Misti, registers 17-44 (1335-1400), and Secreta, registers Istria (1335), A (1345-48), B (1348-51), D (1376-77), E (1388-97).  Database is searchable by fondo, register, record or edition.
DG677.V465 2001 JMedia _CDRom.
Venice (Italy) — History — 697-1508 — Sources/ Venice (Italy) — Politics and government — 697-1508.

11.  Germany. Switzerland. Austria. Netherlands. Scandinavia.

625.  Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature.  2885 microfilm reels .
   Collection of about 59,000 titles, including not only works on economic theory, trade and commerce, and public finance, but also the technical literature on agriculture, mining, crafts and manufacturing.  Also included are materials on topics such as slavery, public utilities, demography and urban development, piracy, smuggling, tithes, counterfeiting and numismatics, poverty and welfare, penology, emigration, dietary conditions, colonies, and every aspect of transportation.  Languages represented include Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish.  Call no.:  microfm HB30.G64 1974 Mic.  For full description, see entry 536 in this Guide.

626.  Electronic Monumenta Germaniae Historica [computer file]. München Monumenta Germaniae HistoricaBrepols, Turnhout [Belgium].
Title in German: Elektronischen Monumenta Germaniae Historica. "eMGH-1"—Disc label. "It is planned to expand the content of the CD-ROM annually so that the entire body of MGH editions will be available in this format within 10 to 15 years"—Foreward in user's manual.  User manual by Rudolf Schieffer. In English and German, numbered in opposite directions.
   A selection of texts from all five divisions of Monumenta Germaniae Historica (Scriptores, Leges, Diplomata, Epistolae, Antiquitates).
Mixed Media, Regenstein Circ CDRomD113.E44 1996.
Middle Ages — History — Sources — Databases/ Middle Ages — History — Databases/ Germany — History — To 1517 — Sources — Databases/ Germany — History — To 1517 — Databases.

627.  Confidential British Foreign Office political correspondence. Germany. Series 1: 1906-1925.  editor,  Paul Kesaris. 495 microfilm reels . Bethesda, Md: University Publications of America, 1994-.
The documents in this collection are filmed complete and unedited from the records in Class FO 371 (General Correspondence) and FO 566 (Index) at the Public Record Offfice, Kew Gardens, London.  Library has the index at call no. DD232.5.C7 1994 Index.
   Political Correspondence Files are the central archive of documentation created by the British Foreign Office, comprising mostly letters and telegrams between the BFO and the diplomatic posts, along with instructions from London and dispatches from the posts.  Also included are large numbers of minutes of meetings, reports, and correspondence with other government ministries and foreign government embassies in London.   In addition to sources for foreign affairs, and diplomatic and military matters, collection includes very considerable information on German domestic political and economic developments. Part 1.  1906-1919 (105 reels)  Approx. 80,000 pages.  Part 2.  1920-1921 (146 reels).  Part 3.  1922-1923 (150 reels).  Part 4.  1924-1925 (94 reels).
microfm DD232.5.C7 1994 Mic.
Germany—History—20th century—Sources/ Germany—Politics and government—20th century—Sources/ Germany—Foreign relations—Great Britain—Sources/ Great Britain—Foreign relations—Germany—Sources/ Great Britain—Foreign Office—Archives.

628.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files, Germany, internal affairs, 1930-1941. United States. Dept. of State 59 reels 1930-1941.
Originals held by the National Archives as part of U.S. State Department Central Files: Germany, in Record Group 59.  Printed guide at Z2240.C65.
   Typescript correspondence of the U.S. State Dept. and others regarding the internal affairs of Germany, 1930-1941.
Mic  microfm DD234.A3G47 1984.
Germany—History—1918-1933—Sources/ Germany—History—1933-1945—Sources.

629.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files, Germany, internal affairs, 1945-1949 : decimal number 862. United States. Dept. of State 109 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1985.
"The documents in this collection are from Record Group 59, Records of the Department of State, Central Files: Germany ... at the National Archives, Washington, D.C."—  Pt. 1. Political, governmental, and national defense affairs. Decimal numbers 862.0-862.3. 41 reels — pt. 2. Social, economic, and industrial communications, transportation, and science [affairs]. Decimal numbers 862.4-862.9.   68 reels.  Printed guide at Z2240.C652.
Mic  microfm DD234.C651 1985.

630.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Germany—Federal Republic of Germany. Internal affairs, 1950-1954. United States. Dept. of State 56 reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1986-.
"The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State." Accompanied by a printed reel guide, compiled by Blair Hydrick. Reels numbered 1-56 (pt. 1). pt. 1. Political, governmental, and national defense affairs, decimal numbers 762A-762A.6 (56 reels).
   "Each part of the Central Files contains a wide range of materials from U.S. diplomats in foreign countries: special reports on political and military affairs; studies and statistics on socioeconomic matters; interviews and minutes of meetings with foreign government officials; court proceedings and other legal documents; full texts of important letters, instructions, and cables sent and received by U.S. diplomatic personnel; voluminous reports and translations from foreign journals and newspapers; and countless translations of high-level foreign government documents.  The Central Files also illuminate the internal affairs of foreign countries. For each country there are thousands of pages arranged topically and chronologically on crucial subjects: political parties and elections, unrest and revolution, human rights, government administration, fiscal and monetary issues, labor, housing, police and crime, public health, national defense, foreign policy-making, wars and alliances, education, religion, culture, trade, industry, natural resources, and more." — From UPAs description of the general files from which these are filmed.
Mic  microfm DD259.C664 1987.
United States—Dept. of State/ Germany (West)—Politics and government—Sources/ Germany (West)—Economic conditions—Sources/ Germany (West)—Social conditions—Sources.

631.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  Federal Republic of Germany, 1955-1959.  Internal affairs. United States. Dept. of State 69 reels . Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1992.
Accompanied by printed reel guides compiled by Blair D. Hydrick. Includes indexes. Pt. 1. Political, governmental, and national defense affairs, decimal number 762A — pt. 2. Social, economic, and industrial affairs, decimal numbers 862A and 962A.
Mic  microfm DD259.C664 1992.
United States—Dept. of State/ Germany (West)—Politics and government—Sources/ Germany (West)—Economic conditions—Sources/ Germany (West)—Social conditions—Sources.

632.  Records of the U.S. Department of State relating to the internal affairs of East Germany, 1955-1959. United States. Dept. of State. 10 microfilm reels . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 1991.
"Department of State decimal files 762B, 862B, and 962B." Includes index.
   "Each part of the Central Files contains a wide range of materials from U.S. diplomats in foreign countries: special reports on political and military affairs; studies and statistics on socioeconomic matters; interviews and minutes of meetings with foreign government officials; court proceedings and other legal documents; full texts of important letters, instructions, and cables sent and received by U.S. diplomatic personnel; voluminous reports and translations from foreign journals and newspapers; and countless translations of high-level foreign government documents.  The Central Files also illuminate the internal affairs of foreign countries. For each country there are thousands of pages arranged topically and chronologically on crucial subjects: political parties and elections, unrest and revolution, human rights, government administration, fiscal and monetary issues, labor, housing, police and crime, public health, national defense, foreign policy-making, wars and alliances, education, religion, culture, trade, industry, natural resources, and more." — From UPAs description of the general files from which these are filmed.
Mic microfm  DD280.35.R43 1991.
United States—Dept. of State/ Germany (East)—History—Sources/ Germany (East)—Foreign relations—United States/ United States—Foreign relations—Germany (East).

633.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Federal Republic of Germany, 1960-January 1963.  Internal affairs. United States. Dept. of State 46 microfilm reels . Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 2001.
Accompanied by a printed guide, compiled by Blair Hydrick, entitled: A guide to the microfilm edition of Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Federal Republic of Germany, 1960-January 1963.
Mic  microfm DD257.4.C664 2001.
United States—Dept. of State/ Germany—Foreign relations—1945-.

634.  Records of the U.S. Department of State relating to the internal affairs of East Germany, 1960-1963. United States. Dept. of State 6 microfilm reels . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 2001.
"Department of State decimal files 762B, 862B." Includes index.
   "Each part of the Central Files contains a wide range of materials from U.S. diplomats in foreign countries: special reports on political and military affairs; studies and statistics on socioeconomic matters; interviews and minutes of meetings with foreign government officials; court proceedings and other legal documents; full texts of important letters, instructions, and cables sent and received by U.S. diplomatic personnel; voluminous reports and translations from foreign journals and newspapers; and countless translations of high-level foreign government documents.  The Central Files also illuminate the internal affairs of foreign countries. For each country there are thousands of pages arranged topically and chronologically on crucial subjects: political parties and elections, unrest and revolution, human rights, government administration, fiscal and monetary issues, labor, housing, police and crime, public health, national defense, foreign policy-making, wars and alliances, education, religion, culture, trade, industry, natural resources, and more." — From UPAs description of the general files from which these are filmed.
Mic microfm DD280.35.R431 2001.
United States—Dept. of State/ Germany (East)—History—Sources/ Germany (East)—Foreign relations—United States/ United States—Foreign relations—Germany (East).

635.  Records of the German Foreign Office Received by the Department of State. Germany.  Auswärtiges Amt 75 reels . Washington: National Archives, 1958.
   Library holds 75 reels of the Papers of Gustav Stresemann, German Chancellor (1923) and Minister of Foreign Affairs (1923-1929).  These are only a portion of the Stresemann papers in the Records of the German Foreign Office Received by the Department of State.  This latter group comprises 5,206 reels in Record Group 242.  (In addition to these materials, there are several other collections of copies of official German records captured by the victorious allies at the end of World War II.)  For a description of the Stresemann papers in this Record Group, see A Catalog of Files and Microfilms of the German Foreign Ministry Archives, 1920-1945, compiled and edited by George O. Kent, Hoover Institution, Stanford, California, 1964, v. 2, pp. 987-998, at call no. CD1261.A3 v. 2 RR.  For a more detailed description of the Stresemann Nachlass, see Hans W. Gatzke, "The Stresemann Papers," in Journal of Modern History, v. 26, no. 1, (March 1954), pp. 46-59.
     Library's holdings:  reels 1-8, 3051-3057, 3060-3069, 3075-3079, 3088-3091, 3093-3101, 3104-3106, 3109-3120, 3143-3150, 3159-3178, 3218, 3296, 3934, 4549, 5030.
microfm J92-T120.
Germany—Foreign relations—1918-1933—Sources/ Germany—Foreign relations—1933-1945—Sources/ Stresemann, Gustav.

636.  Records of the German Foreign Office received by the Department of State. Mexico (1920-1945). Germany. Auswärtiges Amt. 24 reels . Washington, D.C: National Archives, 1958.
Records filmed at Whaddon Hall, England.
   Collection consists of 24 reels selected from U. S. National Archives Microcopy T-120, Records of the German Foreign Office Received by the Department of State, and comprises all the reels in that series that refer substantially to Mexico.  There is a printed guide at call number F1228.5.G3A43 1990z, which consists of excerpts from the extensive four-volume Catalog of Files and Microfilms of the German Foreign Ministry Archives, 1920-1945, compiled and edited by George O. Kent, and published by the Hoover Institution, Stanford, California, 1962-1972 (call number CD1261.A3).  Collection consists of T-120 reel numbers 143, 218, 377, 733, 1076, 1172, 1297, 1304, 1494, 1541, 1862, 1903, 2677, 2717, 3006, 3018, 3155, 3185, 3190, 3397, 3400, 4005, 4357, and 4712.
Mic  microfm F1228.5.G3A43.
Germany—Foreign relations—1918-1933—Sources/ Germany—Foreign relations—1933-1945—Sources/ Mexico—Foreign relations—Germany—Sources/ Germany—Foreign relations—Mexico—Sources.

637.  The Emil J. Gumbel collection political papers of an anti-Nazi scholar in Weimar and exile, 1914-1966. Emil Julius Gumbel, Brenner, Arthur David, ed.,  8 reels . Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1990.
"From the archives of the Leo Baeck Institute, New York"—Guide t.p. Accompanied by a printed reel guide, entitled: The Emil J. Gumbel collection.
        The early years of the Weimar Republic saw the right and left locked in violent struggle to control the German state.  Although the German working class movement had helped force an end to the First World War, right-wing German nationalists reasserted themselves in a brutal campaign of political terror after the war.  Statistician and left-wing pacifist Emil Julius Gumbel (1891-1966) was among the most outspoken critics of the right wing tactics.  Gumbel’s books, pamphlets, articles, and speeches documented hundreds of murders, and his exposés of outrageous judicial bias embarrassed the moderate republican governments.
     The Collection includes the professor’s manuscripts, scrapbooks, research reports, and articles from 1916 to 1952, including even research reports on the Nazis prepared in exile for the US Office of Strategic Studies.
     The Collection is filmed from the holdings of the Leo Baeck Institute in New York City, and it complements a valuable collection of Gumbel manuscript material held by our own Department of Special Collections.
Mic  microfm DD240.G86 1990.
Gumbel, Emil Julius/ Anti-Nazi movement—History—Sources/ Germany—Politics and government—20th century—Sources.

638.  Hajo Holborn papers. Hajo Holborn 19 reels . New Haven, Conn: Yale University, Sterling Memorial Library, Manuscripts and Archives, 1981.
"Manuscript group number 579." Accompanied by reel guide.
               Hajo Holborn was born in Germany and became an exile of the Nazi regime in 1934.  Shortly after coming to America, he became a professor of German history at Yale, continuing to teach there until his death in 1969.
Before he left Germany, Holborn was commissioned to write a history of the constitution of the Weimar Republic.  This collection includes the important documents and papers that Holborn gathered.  The material includes printed documents, books, and pamphlets dating from 1919 to 1929, as well as a large number of working papers issued by the Constitutional Assembly; drafts and counter-drafts on various parts of the Constitution, petitions and papers from various interest groups, including industry, labor organizations, local communities, and others seeking to influence the Assembly.  Also included are rare papers of the Deutsch Democratic Party, and handbills and election pamphlets.
An additional series of documents include correspondence, drafts, and similar papers having to do with his research and publications.  Holborn authored numerous books, including A history of Modern Germany, Republic to Reich:  the making of the Nazi revolution, The Political collapse of Europe, and Ulrich von Hutten and the German Reformation .
DD117 .H Mic  microfm DD117.H356 1981.
Germany—Politics and government—20th century/ Germany—Foreign relations—20th century.

639.  Die "Judenfrage": Schriften zur Begründung des modernen Antisemitismus 1780 bis 1918.  Benz, Wolfgang, editor,  369 microfiches . München: Saur, 2002.
Set comprises some 600 German-language publications, ranging from 1780 to the end of the First World War.  This collection of rare, at times unique books, writings, and pamphlets, held by the Bibliothek des Zentrums für Antisemitismusforschung der Technischen Universität Berlin, represents a singular body of sources for research in the emergence of modern anti-Semitism.
Mic  microfc DS145.J87 2002.
Jews—History—1789-1945/ Antisemitism—History.

640.  Tarnschriften 1933 bis 1945. Heinz Gittig III, 172 microfiches + . München: Saur, 1996.
Title from container. This microfiche collection is based on Heinz Gittig's "Bibliographie der Tarnschriften 1933 bis 1945." (Z6514.U5G57 1996 Gen). It is designed to be used with the Gittig work and follows its arrangment. Also accompanied by an additional guide to the microfiche edition (Begleitheft). (DD256.3.T376 1996 Guide Gen).
        The National Socialists systematically prevented the publication and distribution of oppositional or pacifist writings and the works of Jewish authors.  Given the prevailing conditions from 1933 to 1945, dissenters of the Nazi regime had to disguise illegal writing as school dictionaries or other harmless publications.  Camouflaged writing played a major role in the resistence to the Nazi regime.  This edition contains reprints of 1,024 camouflaged leaflets and brochures in various formats.  The bibliography byHeinz Gittig facilitates use of the microfiche edition.  From collections of the Stiftung Archiv der Parteien und Massenorganisationen der DDR im Bundesarchiv.
Mic  microfc DD256.3.T376 1996.
Anti-Nazi movement—Sources/ Underground literature—Germany—History—20th century—Sources/ Germany—History—1933-1945—Sources.

641.  Regimekritik, Widerstand und Verfolgung in Deutschland und den besetzten Gebieten Meldungen und Berichte aus dem Geheimen Staatspolizeiamt, dem SD-Hauptamt der SS und dem Reichssicherheitshauptamt 1933-1944. Heinz Boberach, Germany Geheime Staatspolizei, Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei Schutzstaffel Reichssicherheitshauptamt, and Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei Schutzstaffel Sicherheitsdienst. Mikrofiche Ed ed. 218 microfiches . München: K.G. Saur, [1999-.
Title from table of contents. Guide for Teil 1 expected to be published in Summer 2000, Teil 2 microform expected in Winter 2001, Teil 2 guide expected in Spring 2001. Teil 1: Reichsgebiet mit an- und eingegliederten Gebieten — [Teil 2: Besetzte Gebiete].
   Gestapo and security force reports from all areas were gathered together and compiled at headquarters.  These give an account of the activities of political opponents in Germany and the occupied areas as reported by the Gestapo.  The economic situation of the various regions and cases of corruption are also well documented.  The names of numerous people appear here who would later be tried and sentenced on charges of high treason.
     The edition is in two parts:  Part I contains reports on the situation within the German Reich, including annexed areas; Part II presents account of the situation in the occupied areas.  An accompanying booklet contains an index of subjects, organizations, people and places.
Mic  microfc DD256.5.R445 1999.
Germany—Geheime Staatspolizei/ Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei—Schutzstaffel—Reichssicherheitshauptamt/ Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei—Schutzstaffel—Sicherheitsdienst/ Anti-Nazi movement—Germany/ Germany—History—1933-1945.

642.  Akten der Partei-Kanzlei der NSDAP : Rekonstruktion eines verlorengegangenen Bestandes .  Edited by Institut für Zeitgeschichte.   488 microfiches . München: K.G. Saur, 1983.
Sammlung der in anderen Provenienzen überlieferten Korrespondenzen, Niederschriften von Besprechungen usw. mit dem Stellvertreter des Führers und seinem Stab bzw. der Partei-Kanzlei, ihren Ämtern, Referaten und Unterabteilungen sowie mit Hess und Bormann persönlich. T. 1-2, Bd. 1-2: contents taken from Provincial and Federal archives.  Regesten has call number Z2241.N27A471 1983; Register has call number  Z2241.N27A472 1983. 
   Collection of 200,000 pages of National Socialist Party Chancellery documents collected from a variety of sources and edited by the Institut für Zeitgeschichte, Munich.  Chancellery was the central leading organ of the NS party and also the organization intended to encourage diverse NS access to the state apparatus.  Chancellery took part in all important political decisions.  The printed Registers summarize each document in chronological order; printed index volume.
Microfc Z2241.N27A47 1983 Mic.
Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei—Partei-Kanzlei/ National socialism—History—Sources/ Germany—Politics and government—1918-1933—Sources/ Institut für Zeitgeschichte. (Munich, Germany).

643.  Deutsche Einheit : Dokumente zur Deutschlandpolitik.  Projektleitung Redaktion Mathias Bertram. Digitale Bibliothek ; Bd. 21 . Berlin: Directmedia, 1999.
"Sonderedition aus den Akten des Bundeskanzleramtes 1989/90"—Insert.
Issued in portfolio.
   Presents 430 documents on the prehistory and final negotiations for German unity, between 30 May 1989 and 3 October 1990, edited by the Federal Ministry of the Interior with the collaboration of the Federal Archives.
CDRom D262.D488 1999 .
Germany — History — Unification, 1990 — Sources.

644.  Nuremberg war crimes trials online. James Sanchez. 1st ed ed. 1 computer laser optical disk . Seattle: Aristarchus Knowledge Industries, 1995.
"February 1995." International Military Tribunal — Nazi conspiracy and aggression — Nuremberg Military Tribunal — Final report to the Secretary of the Army.
D08.G42N87 1995 DLL LawRef CDRom .
Nuremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945-1946.

645.  Der Nürnberger Prozess.  Mathias ed. Bertram. 1 computer optical disk . Digitale Bibliothek, Bd. 20. Berlin: Directmedia, 2000.
Title from disc surface. "Das Protokoll des Prozesses gegen die Hauptkriegsverbrecher vor dem Internationalen Militärgerichtshof 14. November 1945-1. Oktober 1946, mit einer Einführung von Christian Zentner"—Insert. Issued in portfolio.
   Includes the pre-trial documentation, the exhibits, the 16,000 pages of transcripts of the 218 days of trial, and other annexes.
XXKZ1176.N87 2000 JMedia CDRom.
Nuremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945-1946.

646.  [Sources on Jungvolk, Hitlerjugend and other selected material on the NSDAP previously located in the NSDAP Hauptarchiv].  6 reels .
   Hoover Institution.  Microfilm collection NSDAP Hauptarchiv, reels 18-20 (folders 330-387); reels 71-72 (folders 1529-1547); reel 75 (folders 1555-1558).  Original in the Bundesarchiv, Koblenz.
microfilm DD33 Mic.
Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei.

647.  Statistics of the Third Reich analysed, 1933-1944 official German foreign trade statistics. Germany Statistisches Reichsamt, and British Library of Political and Economic Science 26 microfilm reels . Berlin: 1933-1944.
Set comprises runs of three related titles published by the German Statistiches Reichsamt.  Reel 1-15, Monatliche Nachweise über den auswärtigen Handel Deutschlands (Jan. 1933-June 1939) — reel 16, Der Aussenhandel Deutschlands (Monatliche Nachweise) (July 1939).  reel 17-26,  Sondernachweis der Aussenhandel Deutschlands (August 1939-July 1944).  Printed reel guide at HC286.3.S738 1933 Index.
Mic _  microfm  _HC286.3.S738 1933.
Germany—Commerce—Statistics/ Germany—Foreign economic relations/ Germany—History—1933-1945—Sources.

648.  Records of the American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic and Historic Monuments in War Areas (the Roberts Commission), 1943-1946.  Part I.  Correspondence and Subject Files, 1943-1946.  Primary sources on the U. S. Mission to preserve and recover cultural properties in war-torn areas.  28 rolls of microfilm and printed guide . Wilmington, DE: University Publications of America, 2004.
 These materials are part of National Archives Record Group 239.  "These textual records of the Roberts Commission contain information on art looting, damage to cultural institutions and monuments during World War II, and measures taken for the protection and restitution of property after the war ... Although the Commission was active from 1943 to 1946, its records include some materials dating from 1940 and to 1947"—P. 1.
on order.
World War, 1939-1945 — Confiscations and contributions — Europe — Archival resources/ World War, 1939-1945 — Destruction and pillage — Europe — Archival resources/ Cultural property — Protection — Europe — Archival resources. 

649.  Deutsches Biographisches Archiv.  editors,  Bernhard Fabian, and Willi Gorzny. 1437 microfiches . Munchen, New York: K.G. Saur, 1982-1984.
Indexed by: Deutscher biographischer Index, call no. Z5305.G3K63 1986 (4 v.) .
   Work is a cumulation of 354 biographical reference works originally published between 1707 and 1913, reproduced in a single alphabetical sequence on 1437 microfiches.  Included are 400,000 biographies of 225,00 individuals listed therein, including persons from all German-speaking areas.  Many individuals of local or limited fame are included, listed in highly specialized works such as Abhandlung von livländischen Geschichtsschreibern (1722).  When the subject appears in more than one reference work, all biographies are included.  Work continued by Deutsches biographisches Archive, neue Folge.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
microfc Z97 RR.
Biography—Dictionaries—German/ Germany—Biography—Dictionaries/ Austria—Biography—Dictionaries/ Baltic States—Biography—Dictionaries/ Bohemia (Czech Republic)—Biography—Dictionaries/ Liechtenstein—Biography—Dictionaries/ Moravia (Czech Republic)—Biography—Dictionaries/ Silesia—Biography—Dictionaries/ Switzerland—Biography—Dictionaries.

650.  Deutsches biographisches Archiv. Neue Folge bis zur Mitte des 20. Jahrhunderts eine Kumulation aus 284 der wichtigsten biographischen Nachschlagewerke für den deutschsprachigen Bereich. Willi Gorzny. Microfiche-Ed ed. xiii, 14, 1457 microfiches . [München New York]: K.G. Saur, [1990?]-[1993].
Continues Deutsches biographisches Archive. Work is a cumulation of an additional 284 biographical reference works, published through the middle of the 20th century, reproducing 340,000 biographical entries for 280,000 individuals from all German-speaking areas.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
microfc CT1054.D488 1990 RR.
Germany—Biography.

651.  Gesamtverzeichnis des deutschsprachigen Schrifttums (GV), 1700-1910.  editors,  Peter Geils, Willi Gorzny, and Hilmar Schmuck. 795 microfiches . München, New York: Saur, 1979-1987.
Vols. 7-160: Bearbeitet unter der Leitung von Hilmar Schmuck und Willi Gorzny.
   Union list of German-language writings for period 1700-1910 compiled from entries from 178 existing printed bibliographies and book catalogs, interfiled and photographically reproduced in a single alphabet.  Arranged in 160 volumes, 66,871 pages.
microfc Z2221.G473 1979 RR.
German imprints.

652.  [Reformed Protestantism sources of the 16th and 17th centuries on microfiche].  editor,  Fritz Büsser. microfiches . Zug, Switzerland: Inter Documentation Co, 1985-.
Consult bibliographer for uncataloged printed guides.  621 titles in collection cataloged in Library's online catalogs.
   Sect.1A, pt. 1. Heinrich Bullinger and the Zurich Reformation — sect. 1A, pt.2. Selected works by other Swiss reformers — sect. 1A, pt. 3. Secondary sources dealing with Heinrich Bullinger and the Swiss Urban Reformation — sect. 3. The Netherlands and Germany — Supplement 1. 1. Switzerland. 2. Geneva/Strasbourg/France. 3. The Netherlands and Germany.
microfc BR410.R43 1985 Mic.
Reformation—Switzerland/ Heinrich Bullinger and the Zurich Reformation/ Busser, Fritz.

653.  [Reports of the Austrian ambassadors in Constantinople, January, 1833-1836].  12 reels .
Original mss. and printed material in the Haus,- Hof- und Staatsarchiv, Vienna.
microfilm DB24 Mic.
Austria—Foreign relations—Turkey/ Turkey—Foreign relations—Austria/ Austria.  Haus-, Hof- und Staatsarchive.

654.  [Reports on diplomatic relations between Austria and Turkey, 1836-1838].  9 reels .
Original mss. and printed material in the Haus,- Hof- und Staatsarchiv, Vienna.
microfilm DB25 Mic.
Austria—Foreign relations—Turkey/ Turkey—Foreign relations—Austria/ Austria.  Haus-, Hof- und Staatsarchive.

655.  [Diplomatic dispatches from Prague concerning Czechoslovakia.  Vienna, 1918-1933]. Austria. Staatsarchiv 6 reels .
microform DB43 Mic.
Austria—Foreign relations—Czechoslovakia—Sources/ Czechoslovakia—Forei Relations—Austria—Sources.

656.  Stenographisches Protokoll der Eröffnungs-Sitzung des Hauses der Abgeordneten des Reichsrathes.  [1.]  Session vom 29. April 1861 bis 18. December 1862—22. Session (1917). Austria. Reichsrat.  Abgeordnetenhaus 5005 microfiche . Wien: Aus de kaiserlich-königlichen Hof- und Staatsdruckerei.
None published April 1914-May 1917.  Each session's debates are accompanied by separately number supplements, Beilagen (1. Session 1861/62-22. Session (1917/18).  Indexes:  1. Session (1861/62-22. Session (1917/18). (3215 fiche + 1790 fiche [supplement]).
microfc XXKJJ2514.A22A94 Mic.
Austria—Reichsrat—Abgeordnetenhaus/ Law—Austria—Periodicals/ Austria—Politics and government—1848-1918.

657.  Stenographische Protokolle des Herrenhauses des Reichsrathes.  [1.]  Session vom 29. April 1861 bis 18. December 1862—22. Session (1917). Austria. Reichsrat.  Herrenhaus 654 microfiches .
None published April 1914-May 1917.  Each sessions' debates are accompanied by separately number supplements, Beilagen (5. Session 1869/70—22. Session (1917/18).  Indexes:  1. Session (1861/62-22. Session (1917/18).  (200 microfiches + 454 microfiches [supplement]).
microfc XXKJJ2514.A22A95 Mic.
Austria—Reichsrat—Herrenhaus/ Law—Austria—Periodicals/ Austria—Politics and government—1848-1918.

658.  Stenographische Protokolle über die Sitzungen. Austria. Nationalrat.
1918/19 have title: Stenographische Protokolle über die Sitzungen der provisorischen Nationalsversammlung für Deutschösterreich. Before 1918/19 the Stenographische Protokolle were issued separately by the Herrenhaus and the Haus der Abgeordneten. Includes separate volumes of Beilage and two supplements with titles, Anhang: Anfragen, and Anhang: Anfragebeantwortung.
   Holdings in microfiche:  1918-1934.
microfc J311.K3 Mic.
Austria—Politics and government.

659.  Stenographische Protokolle. Lower Austria (Austria). Landtag 53 microfilm reels .
Printed holdings at Stor J314.K8 .
   Library holds Wahlperiod 7, Sess. 6 (1895/96) through Wahlperiod 10, Sess. 5 (1913/14).
 microfm J 132  Mic.
Austria—Politics and government.

660.  Records of the Department of State relating to internal affairs of Austria-Hungary and Austria, 1910-29.  Decimal file 863. United States. Dept. of State. 69 microfilm rolls . National Archives Microfilm Publications , microcopy 695. Washington: National Archives and Records Service, 1967.
Accompanied by printed guide DB91.U558 1967 Index.
   "Each part of the Central Files contains a wide range of materials from U.S. diplomats in foreign countries: special reports on political and military affairs; studies and statistics on socioeconomic matters; interviews and minutes of meetings with foreign government officials; court proceedings and other legal documents; full texts of important letters, instructions, and cables sent and received by U.S. diplomatic personnel; voluminous reports and translations from foreign journals and newspapers; and countless translations of high-level foreign government documents.  The Central Files also illuminate the internal affairs of foreign countries. For each country there are thousands of pages arranged topically and chronologically on crucial subjects: political parties and elections, unrest and revolution, human rights, government administration, fiscal and monetary issues, labor, housing, police and crime, public health, national defense, foreign policy-making, wars and alliances, education, religion, culture, trade, industry, natural resources, and more." — From UPAs description of the general files from which these are filmed.
Mic microfm DB91.U558 1967.
Hungary — Politics and government — 20th century — Sources/ Austria — Politics and government — 20th century — Sources.

661.  Records of the Department of State relating to internal affairs of Austria, 1930-1944.  Decimal file 863.  United States. Dept. of State. 32 microfilm rolls . National Archives Microfilm Publications , microcopy 1209. Washington: National Archives and Records Service, 1962.
Accompanied by: Guide to the National Archives microfilm edition of Records of the U.S. Department of State relating to the internal affairs of Austria, 1930-1944. Wilmington, DE : Scholarly Resources Inc. (xi, 36 p.).
   "Each part of the Central Files contains a wide range of materials from U.S. diplomats in foreign countries: special reports on political and military affairs; studies and statistics on socioeconomic matters; interviews and minutes of meetings with foreign government officials; court proceedings and other legal documents; full texts of important letters, instructions, and cables sent and received by U.S. diplomatic personnel; voluminous reports and translations from foreign journals and newspapers; and countless translations of high-level foreign government documents.  The Central Files also illuminate the internal affairs of foreign countries. For each country there are thousands of pages arranged topically and chronologically on crucial subjects: political parties and elections, unrest and revolution, human rights, government administration, fiscal and monetary issues, labor, housing, police and crime, public health, national defense, foreign policy-making, wars and alliances, education, religion, culture, trade, industry, natural resources, and more." — From UPAs description of the general files from which these are filmed.
Mic microfm DB91.U559 1982.
Austria — Politics and government — 1918-1938 — Sources/ Austria — Politics and government — 1938-1945 — Sources/ United States — Foreign relations — Austria — Sources/ Austria — Foreign relations — United States — Sources.

662.  Records of the U.S. Department of State relating to the internal affairs of Austria, 1945-1949. United States. Dept. of State. 16 microfilm reels . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 1987.
"Department of State Decimal file 863." Includes index.  Guide at DB99.1.R436 1988 in Gen.
   "Each part of the Central Files contains a wide range of materials from U.S. diplomats in foreign countries: special reports on political and military affairs; studies and statistics on socioeconomic matters; interviews and minutes of meetings with foreign government officials; court proceedings and other legal documents; full texts of important letters, instructions, and cables sent and received by U.S. diplomatic personnel; voluminous reports and translations from foreign journals and newspapers; and countless translations of high-level foreign government documents.  The Central Files also illuminate the internal affairs of foreign countries. For each country there are thousands of pages arranged topically and chronologically on crucial subjects: political parties and elections, unrest and revolution, human rights, government administration, fiscal and monetary issues, labor, housing, police and crime, public health, national defense, foreign policy-making, wars and alliances, education, religion, culture, trade, industry, natural resources, and more." — From UPAs description of the general files from which these are filmed.
Mic microfm DB99.1.R436 1987.
United States—Dept. of State/ Austria—History—Allied occupation, 1945-1955.

663.  Records of the U.S. Department of State relating to the internal affairs of Austria, 1950-1954. United States. Dept. of State 32 microfilm reels . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 1987.
"Department of State decimal files 763, 863, and 963." Includes index.
   "Each part of the Central Files contains a wide range of materials from U.S. diplomats in foreign countries: special reports on political and military affairs; studies and statistics on socioeconomic matters; interviews and minutes of meetings with foreign government officials; court proceedings and other legal documents; full texts of important letters, instructions, and cables sent and received by U.S. diplomatic personnel; voluminous reports and translations from foreign journals and newspapers; and countless translations of high-level foreign government documents.  The Central Files also illuminate the internal affairs of foreign countries. For each country there are thousands of pages arranged topically and chronologically on crucial subjects: political parties and elections, unrest and revolution, human rights, government administration, fiscal and monetary issues, labor, housing, police and crime, public health, national defense, foreign policy-making, wars and alliances, education, religion, culture, trade, industry, natural resources, and more." — From UPAs description of the general files from which these are filmed.
Mic microfm  DB99.2.R436 1987.
United States—Dept. of State/ Austria—History—1955-.

664.  Abschriften aus den Staatsarchiven des Kön. ungarischen Minister-Präsidenten, 1914-1918. Hungary. Miniszterelnökség 3 reels . Budapest: [s.n., 1919?].
   Typewritten manuscripts (with a few printed documents for 1918) consisting chiefly of Tisza's and Wekerle's official correspondence as prime ministers. The typewritten title-pages have been supplied by the Hoover War Library.  5 v.
microfm DB48 Mic.
World War, 1914-1918—Hungary/ Hungary—History—Sources.

665.  [Sources on commercial relations in Netherlands and in the Baltic Sea region for the period 1740-1800].  22 reels .
Original mss. and printed material in the Gemeentelijke-Archiefdienst, Amsterdam.
   Contents:  reels 1-4:  Archief Brants. — reels 5-13:  Oosterseen-handel en reederijen.  Commissarissen graanhandel. — reels 14-22.  Moscovische handel.
microfm HF121.
Netherlands—Commerce—History—Sources/ Russia—Commerce—History—Sources.

666.  Biografisch archief van de Benelux = Archives biographiques des pays du Benelux = Biographical archive of the Benelux countries = Biographisches Archiv der Benelux-Länder (BAB).  Willemina van der Meer editors. Willi Gorzny. Microfiche-Ed ed. vi, 756 microfiches . München: Saur, [1992?]-[1994?].
Work is a cumulation of 122 of the most important biographical reference works published in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxemburg from the end of the 16th century to to the beginning of the 20th century.  Entries in Dutch, French, and German.  Included are 142,000 biographies of 64,000 individuals.  Fiches I-VI contain title pages, prefaces, and introductions from the reference sources consulted in compiling the biographical entries.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
microfc CT1163.B564 1992 RR.
Benelux countries—Biography/ Belgium—Biography/ Netherlands—Biography/ Luxembourg—Biography.

667.  Scandinavian biographical archive.  editors,  David Metherell, and Paul Guthrie. 383 microfiches . Munich, New York: K.G. Saur, 1989-.
The University of Chicago Library holds  Section A:  Dano-Norwegian-Icelandic section.  [Section B:  Finno-Swedish section (445 fiches) held by North Park College Library.]   Editor, David Metherell; sect. B: editor, Paul Guthrie. Indexed by: Scandinavian biographical index, call no. CT1243.S33 1994 (RR).
   Entire work comprises of reprints of biographies from ca. 360 biographical reference works originally published between the 17th and 20th centuries, covering about 150,000 individuals from the beginning of Scandinavian history to the early 20th century. 
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
microfc DL44.S326 1989 RR .
Denmark—Biography—Dictionaries/ Finland—Biography—Dictionaries/ Iceland—Biography—Dictionaries/ Norway—Biography—Dictionaries/ Sweden—Biography—Dictionaries.

12.  Judaica

668.  The Collective catalogue of Hebrew manuscripts the Institute of Microfilmed Hebrew Manuscripts, the Department of Manuscripts, the Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem. Makhon le-tatslume kitve-ha-yad ha-Ivriyim (Jerusalem) 913 microfiches . France: Chadwyck-Healey France, 1989-1990.
1. Author and name file (196 fiches) — 2. Subject file (240 fiches) — 3. Non-Hebrew language file (9 fiches) — 4. Illuminated manuscripts file (6 fiches) — 5. Geographic index file I (24 fiches) — 6. Geographic index file II (5 fiches) — 7. Geographic index file III (5 fiches) — 8. Title file (48 fiches) — 9. Library catalogue file (200 fiches) — [10. Catalogue file update] (50 fiches) — 11. Dictionary file (64 fiches) — 12. Inventory file (15 fiches) — [Addendum]. Title (15 fiches). Subject (20 fiches). Author (16 fiches).
   Printed catalogue at MSR Z6605.H4C64 1989.
Mic  microfc Z6605.H4C655 1989.
Makhon le-tatslume kitve-ha-yad ha-_Ivriyim (Jerusalem)/ Bet ha-sefarim ha-le«umi _veha-universi_ta«i bi-Yerushalayim—Ma_hle_ket ketav-yad/ Manuscripts, Hebrew—Jerusalem—Microform catalogs/ Manuscripts, Hebrew—Jerusalem—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

669.  Benaim manuscripts of the Jewish Theological Seminary.Jewish Theological Seminary of America Library, and Joseph Ben Naim 12 reels . Ann Arbor, Mich: University Microfilms, [1972?].
Microfilm of Hebrew and Judeo-Arabic manuscripts.
Mic _  microfm  _BM45.B466 1972.
Manuscripts, Hebrew.

670.  Hebrew incunabula of the Jewish Theological Seminary.  20 reels . Ann Arbor, Mich: University Microfilms, 1973.
Microfilm. The titles in this collection are arranged and numbered according to Frederick R. Goff's Incunabula in American libraries, at Z240.G61 Rare, RR.
   Includes 109 of the total 127 extant Hebrew books from the first half century of printing (1453-1500).  Documents the first experiments with Hebrew typeface and early printing history in general.
microfm BM40.J4 1973 Mic.
Incunabula/ Hebrew imprints/ Jewish Theological Seminary of America Library/ Goff, Frederick Richmond.

671.  Very rare books collection of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Jewish Theological Seminary of America Library 9 reels . Ann Arbor, Mich: University Microfilms, 1973.
Microfilm.
Mic  microfm PJ5005.J495 1973.
Hebrew literature.

672.  Steinschneider collection of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Jewish Theological Seminary of America Library 20 reels and reel guide . Ann Arbor, Mich: University Microfilms, [1972?].
Microfilm. Includes complete run of Hebräische bibliographie, edited by Moritz Steinschneider.
Mic  microfm BM40.J4 S8 1972.

673.  Harvard College Library Hebraica.  11,453 microfiches . Munich, New York: Saur, 1990.
Title from header. Title on fiche slip cover: Hebrew books from the Harvard College Library.  Printed index at call number Z688.J48H378 1996 includes author/title, subject, and imprint sections.
   Consists of 4,934 works in Hebrew, Judeo-Arabic, Judeo-Persian, and Ladino. Contents described from reference sources.  pt. 1. Rabbinical works: Responsa, 549 titles (2,161 fiches). Homiletics, 712 titles (1,727 fiches). Religious ethics, 176 titles (281 fiches). Codes of Jewish law, 286 titles (704 fiches). Rabbinic texts and commentaries, 759 titles (2,206 fiches). Biblical commentaries, 468 titles (1,092 fiches). Kabbalah and Hasidism, 163 titles (306 fiches). Haggadoth and liturgy, 85 titles (170 fiches) — pt. 2. Secular works: Philosophy and theology, 323 titles (519 fiches). Belles lettres, 465 titles (529 fiches). Biography, 135 titles (158 fiches). History, 94 titles (144 fiches). Ladino, 384 titles (901 fiches). Judeo-Persian, 16 titles (72 fiches). Hebrew language and grammar, 44 titles (72 fiches). Judeo-Arabic, 275 titles (436 fiches).
microfc BM90.H37 1990 Mic.
Bible/ Rabbinical literature/ Cabala/ Hasidism/ Judaism/ Jewish literature/ Harvard College Library/ Hebrew books from the Harvard College Library.

674.  Yiddish books from the Harvard College Library.  <2000 > microfiches . Munich New York: Saur, 1994?-.
    The collection includes materials in many areas of Jewish studies, e.g., Bible, Liturgy, Ethics, Jewish History, Philology, etc. The largest section, Yiddish Literature, which includes poetry, drama, fiction, humor and satire, and    miscellaneous prose, contains dozens of otherwise inaccessible 19th century popular novels, confiscated Soviet publications of the 1930's, and long since out-of-print literary anthologies and scholarly studies of the  interwar period in Poland.  In terms of date of publication, it extends from ethical works published in the early eighteenth century, to literary works published in the mid-twentieth century.
Mic  microfc PJ5125.H378 1994.
Yiddish literature/ Judaism/ Hasidism/ Zionism/ Rabbinical literature/ Jews—History/ Israel—History.

675.  Jüdisches biographisches Archiv = Jewish biographical archive.  Hilmar Schmuck editors. Pinchas Lapide. 661, xxix microfiches . München: K.G. Saur Verlag, [1994?].
List of sources on 29 microfiches at end.
   Work is a cumulation of 102 biographical reference works, reproducing in a single alphabetic sequence 175,000 biographies of 100,000 individuals.   Indexed by World Biographical Index (http:; www.biblio.tu-bs.de/acwww25u/wbi_en/).
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
RR  microfc DS115.J843 1994.
Jews—Biography—Dictionaries.

676.  Yad Vashem archives of the destruction a photographic record of the Holocaust. rashut ha-zikaron la-Sho ah vela-gevurah Yad _va-shem, and Chana Byers Abells 245 microfiches . [Jerusalem: Yad Vashem Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority, 1981.
Title from container. Accompanied by index compiled and edited by Chana Byers Abells. viii, 101 p. ; 28 cm. Microfiches and index in slipcase at D814.J4Y33 1981.
   A comprehensive pictorial record of the atrocities of the Holocaust, comprising over 15,000 photographs, gathered from Nazi organizations, allied servicemen who took photographs during the liberation of concentration camps, Jewish and non-Jewish underground organizations, and from the archives of various countries. 
microfcD814.J4Y33 1981 Mic.
Yad _va-shem, rashut ha-zikaron la-Sho«ah _vela-gevurah/ Yad _va-shem, rashut ha-zikaron la-Sho«ah _vela-gevurah/ Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)—Pictorial works/ World War, 1939-1945—Jews—Pictorial works.

677.  Die "Judenfrage": Schriften zur Begründung des modernen Antisemitismus 1780 bis 1918.  Benz, Wolfgang, editor,  369 microfiches . München: Saur, 2002.
Set comprises some 600 German-language publications, ranging from 1780 to the end of the First World War.  This collection of rare, at times unique books, writings, and pamphlets, held by the Bibliothek des Zentrums für Antisemitismusforschung der Technischen Universität Berlin, represents a singular body of sources for research in the emergence of modern anti-Semitism.
Mic  microfc DS145.J87 2002.
Jews—History—1789-1945/ Antisemitism—History.

678.  Tarnschriften 1933 bis 1945. Heinz Gittig III, 172 microfiches + . München: Saur, 1996.
Title from container. This microfiche collection is based on Heinz Gittig's "Bibliographie der Tarnschriften 1933 bis 1945." (Z6514.U5G57 1996 Gen). It is designed to be used with the Gittig work and follows its arrangment. Also accompanied by an additional guide to the microfiche edition (Begleitheft). (DD256.3.T376 1996 Guide Gen).
        The National Socialists systematically prevented the publication and distribution of oppositional or pacifist writings and the works of Jewish authors.  Given the prevailing conditions from 1933 to 1945, dissenters of the Nazi regime had to disguise illegal writing as school dictionaries or other harmless publications.  Camouflaged writing played a major role in the resistence to the Nazi regime.  This edition contains reprints of 1,024 camouflaged leaflets and brochures in various formats.  The bibliography byHeinz Gittig facilitates use of the microfiche edition.  From collections of the Stiftung Archiv der Parteien und Massenorganisationen der DDR im Bundesarchiv.
Mic  microfc DD256.3.T376 1996.
Anti-Nazi movement—Sources/ Underground literature—Germany—History—20th century—Sources/ Germany—History—1933-1945—Sources.

679.  Card Catalog of Jewish Newspapers and Periodicals in the Russian National Library, St. Petersburg in Hebrew & Yiddish.  11 microfiches . Sankt-Peterburg : Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka, Otdel vneshnego obsluzhivaniia, [s.d.].
Consists of three sections (titles taken from head of fiche cards): Katalog gazet na yazyke idish (6 fiche), Katalog zhurnalov na yazyke idish (2 fiche), Katalog izdaniy na ivrite (3 fiche). Microfiche. New York, N.Y. : Norman Ross Publishing, Inc., 1996-1997. .
Mic microfc Z6367.R677 1996.
Jewish periodicals — Russia (Federation) — catalogs/ Jewish newspapers — Russia (Federation) — catalogs/ Jewish periodicals — Soviet Union — catalogs/ Jewish newspapers — Soviet Union — catalogs.

680.  [Evrei v Rossii].  10 items on 1 reel . [v. p.]: 1911-1925.
   Evreiskaia sotsialisticheskaia rabochaia partiia. — Klausner, J. / Proiskhozhdenie i kharakter' drevne-evreiskoi pis'mennosti. — Zak, L. / Ssudo-sberegatel'nye tovarishchestva. — Klinchin, P. / Tovarno-posrednicheskie operatsii v ssudno-beregatel'nykh tovarischchestvakh. — Zak, L. / Sel'skokhoziaistvennye tovarischchestva v evreiskikh zemledel'cheskikh koloniiakh. — Khurgin, V. /Evreiskie zemledel'cheskie kolonii. — Lenin, V./ O evreiskom voprose v Rossii. — Rogachevskii, V. / Russko evreiskaia literatura. — Gorev, B. / Russkaia literatura i Evrei. — Leskov, N. / Evrei v Rossii. — Jewish Colonization Association / Kooperatsiia v sredi Evreev, po dannym 1924 g. Evreiskaia sotsialisticheskaia rabochaia partiia. Protokoly konferentsii.
microfm DS316 Mic.
Jews in Russia—History/ Hebrew literature—Russia.

681.  Despatches from United States consuls in Jerusalem, Palestine, 1856-1906. United States. Consulate.  Jerusalem 5 microfilm reels . Washington: National Archives, 1969.
microfm E183.8.I7U547 1969 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Palestine—Sources/ Palestine—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

682.  Records of the United States Consulate in Jerusalem, Palestine:  confidential correspondence, 1920-1935 (record group 84). United States. Consulate.  Jerusalem 3 microfilm reels . [Wilmington, Del.]: Scholarly Resources, Inc, [197-].
"Filmed in cooperation with the National Archives and Records Administration.  Title on box:  Records of the US Consulate in Jerusalem, Palestine, confidential correspondence, 1920-1935. Caption title: Confidential correspondence, U.S. Consulate, Jerusalem, 1920-1935.
Microfm E183.8.I7R433 1970z Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Palestine—Sources/ Palestine—Foreign relations—United States—Sources/ Palestine—History—1917-1948—Sources/ Palestine—Politics and government—1917-1948—Sources/ United States—Dept. of State—Archives/ United States National Archives and Records Administration.

683.  Ezel movement archives: Tel Aviv, 1936-1976.  190 microfiches . Zug, Switzerland: Inter Documentation Company, 1980.
Title on container: Ezel movement in mandatory Palestine. English and Hebrew.
   From introduction to printed guide:  In 1931 the Irgun tsevai leumi ("National Military Organization"), or Ezel, as it is known by its Hebrew acronym, was founded in Palestine after its separation from the Haganah unground organization.  During 1937-39, the years of the Arab Revolt, Ezel carried out acts of retaliation, warning and vengeance against the Arab population.   In 1944 Ezel proclaimed its official revolt against Britain with the aim of forcing British withdrawal from territories west of the Jordan, carrying out more than 200 attacks and acts of destruction against military and administrative premises.  In 1948 Ezel was voluntarily disbanded and integrated into the Israeli army, founding its political party, Herut.  Contents:  1. General. — 2. Internal information, commands, instructions. — 3. Actions and operations during 1937-1943. — 4. Actions and operations, Feb. 1944-Oct. 1945. — 5. Actions and operations, Nov. 1945-Aug. 1946. — 6. Actions and operations, Sept. 1946-Nov. 1947. — 7. Actions and operations after Nov. 1947. — 8. Conquest of Jaffa. — 9. Ezel-Jerusalem district, 1948. — 10. Conquest of Deir-Yasin village. — 11. Operations and actions:  classified chronological lists, reviews, evidence, etc. — 12. Pamphlets and publications in Hebrew. — 13. Posters, announcements, and radio broadcasts printed in Hebrew. — 14. Periodicals in Hebrew. — 15.  Pamphlets and publications in English. — 16. Military training. — 17. Relations between the Hagana and the Ezel. — 18. Case of the Altalena ship.
microfc DS126.E93 1980 Mic.
Irgun tsevai leumi/ Jewish-Arab relations—1917-1948/ Palestine—History—1917-1948/ Ezel movement in mandatory Palestine.

684.  Reports of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, confidential files, re Palestine, 1944-1946. Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Jewish Problems in Palestine and Europe 12 microfilm reels . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 1987.
"Cataloged as NC3-43-77-2 (Lot 8) 71 A 6682 by the National Archives and Records Administration"—Introd. Accompanying guide to the Reports has call no. DS126.4.G93 1987.
microfm DS126.4.A59 1987 Mic.
United States—Dept. of State—Archives/ Holocaust survivors/ Jewish-Arab relations—1917-1949/ Palestine—Politics and government—1917-1948/ Palestine—Emigration and immigration.

685.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  Palestine, United Nations activities.  editor,  Paul Kesaris. 14 microfilm reels . Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1988.
Accompanied by guide with call no. DS126.4.D62 1987.
microfm DS126.4.C675 1988 Mic.
Palestine—History—Partition, 1947—-Sources/ Israel-Arab War, 1948-1949—Sources/ Refugees, Arab—History—Sources/ United Nations—Palestine—History—Sources.

686.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  Palestine-Israel: internal affairs, 1955-1959 :  decimal numbers 784, 784A, 884, 884A, 984, and 984A.  19 microfilm reels . Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1990.
Accompanied by printed reel guide compiled by Blair Hydrick, with call no. DS126.5.H9 1990.
microfm DS126.5.C59340 1990 Mic.
United States—Dept. of State—Archives/ Jewish-Arab relations—1949-1967—Sources/ Refugees, Arab—History—Sources/ Israel—History—Sources.

687.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Palestine-Israel, foreign affairs, 1955-1959:   decimal numbers 684, 684A, 611.84, and 611.84A.  17 microfilm reels . Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1990.
Accompanied by printed reel guide compiled by Blair D. Hydrick, with call no. DS119.7.H93 1990.
microfm DS119.7.C663 Mic.
United States—Dept. of State—Archives/ Jewish-Arab relations—1949-1967—Sources/ Egypt—History—Intervention, 1956—Sources.

688.  Qita' Ghazzah wa-Shimal Sina'. Manashir Awamir wa-I'lanat.
   Complete Hebrew/Arabic text, in nine volumes, of 460 military orders and amendments governing the Gaza Strip, issued between 1967-1983.  Library also holds the index.
uncat microfc RR5.  Ask at Regenstein 5th floor, JRL 560.

689.  al-Diffa al-Gharbiyah. Manashir Awamir wa-Ta'yinat.
   Complete Hebrew/Arabic text, in sixty-two volumes, of military orders and amendments governing the West Bank, issued between 1967-1983.  Library also holds the index.
uncat microfc RR5.  Ask at Regenstein 5th floor, JRL 560.

13.  Eastern Europe.  Russia. Former Soviet Union.

690.  Card catalog of the Slavonic Dept. of Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Rossiiskaia akademiia nauk microfiches . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, Inc, 1993.
Section 1: Polish fiche 1-201, section 2: Ukranian fiche 1-69, section 3: Slovenian fiche 1-5, section 4: Czech fiche 1-30, section 5: Byelorussian fiche 1-7, section 6: Bulgarian fiche 1-19, section 7: Serbo-Croatian-Slovenian fiche 1-61, section 8: Sorbian-Lusatian fiche 1-3, section 9: All-Slav fiche 1-30.
Q158.5 .C37 1993 Microfiche Mic _.
Rossiiskaia akademiia nauk—Biblioteka/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

691.  Polskie archiwum biograficzne [microform] = Polnisches biographisches Archiv =Polish biographical archive.  xx, 3, 613 microfiches . München: K.G. Saur, 1993-1994.
   Alphabetically arranged entries mainly from Polish sources, with entries also from sources in German, French, English, Latin, Russian, and Italian. Zródla = Quellen (fiches I-XX) — Genealogia Piastów / Oswald Balzer, 1895 (fiches G1-G3) — Biographical entries (fiches 1-613).   Indexed by World Biographical Index (http:; www.biblio.tu-bs.de/acwww25u/wbi_en/).
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
Mic microfc CT1230.P657 1993.
 Poland — Biography/ Hebig, Dieter/ Balzer, Oswald, 1858-1933.

692.  Baltic Biographical Archive = Baltisches biographisches Archiv.  Paul Kaegbein, and Axel eds Frey. xvi, 420 microfiches . München: K.G. Saur Verlag, 1995-1998.
A single-alphabet cumulation of 218 biographical reference workds published between 1650 and 1993, with biographies for 80,000 individuals.  Indexed by:  Baltischer biographischer index, CT1232.5 .B35 Index (3 v.), and by World Biographical Index (http:; www.biblio.tu-bs.de/acwww25u/wbi_en/).
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
Mic  microfc CT1232.5.B358 1995.
Baltic States—Biography—Dictionaries .

693.  Russian biographical archive.  Axel ed Frey. microfiches <1-285 > . München: K.G. Saur Verlag, [1997?]-.
   Consists of approximately 160,000 bibliographical entries for 75,000 individuals from the earliest times to the end of the dynasty of the Romanovs in 1917. Compiled from more than 150 source works published between 1827 and 1995.  Biographies are primarily in Russian, but also in English, German, and French.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
Mic  microfc CT1203.R877 1997.
Russia—Biography—Dictionaries.

694.  Russian historical sources.  18 titles in 32 boxes . New York: Readex, 1954.
   Contains dictionaries, bibliographies, government documents, collections of laws and periodicals important in the study of Imperial Russia and the Soviet Uniion through the end of World War II.  Many of the titles are fully or partially represented elsewhere in the Library's holdings in paper, microfilm or microfiche, but a few are unique to this microcard edition. Contents:  [1] Sreznevskii, I. I.  Materialy dlia slovaria drevnerusskogo iazyka.  Spb: 1893. 3v. — [2] Ikonnikov, V. S.  Opyt russkikh istoriografii. Kiev: 1891-1908. 2v. — [3] Mez'er, A. V.  Russkaia slovesnost' XI po XIX stolietiia.  Spb:1899-1902.  2v. — [4] Mezhov, V. I.  Istoriia russkoi i vseobshchei slovesnosti: Bibliograficheskie materialy.  Spb: 1872. — [5]  Mezhov, V. I.  Russkaia istoricheskaia bibliografiia, 1865-1876gg.  Spb: 1882-90. 8v. — [6] Mezhov, V. I.  Sibirskaia bibliografiia.  Spb: 1891-92. 4v. — [7] Russkaia istoricheskaia biblioteka.  SPb-Petrograd: 1872-1927. 39v. — [8] Not received. — [9] Russkii arkhiv.  M: 1863-1917. 55v. — [10] Russia. Gosudarstvennaia duma. Stenograficheskie otchety.  Spb: 1906-1917. 36v. — [11] Russkaia starina.  Spb: 1870-1918.  176v. — [12] Padenie tsarskogo rezhima: stenograficheskie otchety doprosov i pokazanii... v Chrezvichainoi Sledstvennoi Komissii Vremenogo Pravitel'stva.  L: 1924. 7v. — [13] Revoliutsiia i R.K.P. (b.) v materialakh i dokumentakh: khrestomatiia. M:1925-27. 7v. — [14] Kommunisticheskaia partiia Sovetskogo Soiuza. S"ezdy, 6-18. Stenograficheskie otchety.  M: 1917-39. — [15] Russia. (1917- RSFSR). Laws, statutes, etc.  Sobranie uzakanenii i rasporiazhenii. M:1917-1949. — [16] Russia. (1923- USSR). Laws, statutes, etc. Sobranie postanovlenii i rasporiazhenii.  M: 1924-1949. — [17] Planovoe khoziaistvo. M: 1923-27, 1930, 1934-40, 1946-52. — [18] Annaly. Zhurnal vseobshchei istorii izdavaemyi Rossiiskoi akademii nauk.  Peterburg: 1922-24. — [19] Russia. Gosudarstvennyi soviet. Stenograficheskie otchety. Sessiia 1-13.  Spb: 1906-17.
Microprint DK1 Mic.
Russia—History—Sources.

695.  Mémoires de documents:  Russie, v. 7 [et] v. 17. France.  Ministère des affaires étrangères.  Archives 2 reels .
   Contents: — reel 1.  Russie, 1728 à 1787.  Mémoires et documents sur le commerce. — reel 2.    Mémoires sur le commerce de la Russie, red. par M. LeGendre, 1784.
microfilm HG108 Mic.
Russia—Commerce—France/ France—Commerce—Russia.

696.  [Sources on trade between Great Britain and Russia for the period 1760-1860, containing lists of the British Custom House and correspondence on Russian companies in England].  3 reels .
Original mss. and printed material in the Public Record Office of Great Britain.
microfm HF113 Mic.
Russia—Commerce—Great Britain—History—Sources/ Great Britain—Commercie—Russia—History—Sources.

697.  Minute books, v. 1-14. London Russia Company.
   Miscellaneous collection of material relating to the company's transactions.
microfm HF129 Mic.
Great Britain—Commerce—Russia.

698.  [Papers]. London Russia Company.
   Contents. — Combined ledger and journal, 1914-1938. — Cash balance book, 1866-1915. Cash books, 1904-1943. — Correspondence, general, out-letter book, 1920-1928. — Correspondence, business and private, out-letter books. — Correspondence, secretary's in-letter book, 1939-1943. — Miscellaneous documents, including correspondence, chiefly related to commerce and chaplaincies, 1811-1888. — Admission book with signatures, 1869-1947. — Annual reports, 1906-1953. — Breviate book, inscribed 'agenda' of court business transacted with reference to Minute books, 1887-1946. — Chaplaincies. — Council for British repatriated from Russia; accounts and correspondence, 1921-1924. — Council for British repatriated from Russia; papers and correspondence relating to individual cases of need and assistance, 1919-1932. — British church of St. Andrew, Moscow; minute book of meetings of the subscribers to the General Fund, 1900-1916.
microfm HF130 Mic.
Great Britain—Commerce—Russia/ Russia—Commerce—Great Britain.

699.  British Foreign Office—Russia correspondence, 1781-1945. Great Britain. Foreign Office 84 microfilm reels . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 1981.
Russia correspondence, 1906-1945:  guide to the Scholarly Resources microfilm edition of the Public Record Office collection at call no. DA47.65.G73 1981.
   Includes F.O. 65, 1883-1905 and F.O. 371, 1906-1948.  Library has:  1922-1927.  Files contain dispatches, instructions, reports, memorandums, and other communications that flowed between the Foreign Office in London and the British Embassy and consulates in Russia and surrounding countries.  Documents offer much information, gathered by diplomatic corps, on Russian political, economic, and social affairs.  Contents:  1922-1923:  Implementation of the New Economic Program, 38 rolls; 1924-1927:  Struggle for power in the Politburo, 44 rolls. — From publisher's catalog.
microfm DA47.65.B45 1981 Mic.
Great Britain—Foreign relations—Soviet Union—Sources/ Soviet Union—Foreign relations—Great Britain—Sources.

700.  Despatches from United States ministers to Russia, 1808-1906. United States.  Dept. of State 66 reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, no. 35. Washington: National Archives, 1966.
           Includes register of despatches.
microfm J92 M-35 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Soviet Union—Sources/ Soviet Union—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

701.  Records of the Department of State relating to political relations between Russia (and the Soviet Union) and other states, 1910-44 [microform]. United States. Dept. of State 38 microfilm reels . Washington: National Archives, 1961-1980.
Microfilm of mss. and typescripts.  Indexes:  List of documents at beginning of reel 1.  Pamphlet guide for 1910-1929 at DK246.R43 1961.
   "More than two-thirds of the records reproduced on this microcopy concern efforts made after 1917 by the Soviet Government to expand its influence in the Near East and the Far East, to gain the recognition of countries in these areas and in Europe, and to negotiate treaties of arbitration, of alliance, and of amity, commerce, and navigation."—Introd.  Contents:  Reels 1-20:  1910-1929. — reels 21-34:  1930-1939. —  reels 35-38:  1940-1944.
microfm DK246.U547 1961 Mic.
Soviet Union—Foreign relations—1917-1945—Sources/ National Archives and Records Service.

702.  Records of the Department of State relating to political relations between the United States and Russia and the Soviet Union, 1910-29. United States Dept. of State 7 microfilm reels . Washington: National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1960.
Mic microfmJ92 M-333.
United States—Foreign relations—Soviet Union—Sources/ Soviet Union—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

703.  Records of the Department of State relating to political relations between the United States and the Soviet Union, 1930-1939.  Decimal file 711.61. United States Dept of State 3 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications T, microcopy 1241. Washington: National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1980.
Mic _  microfm  _E183.8.S65R43 1980.
United States—Dept of State/ United States—Foreign relations—Soviet Union—Sources/ Soviet Union—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

704.  Records of the Department of State relating to political relations between the United States and the Soviet Union, 1940-1944. Decimal file 711.61. United States. Dept. of State 1 microfilm reel . National Archives Microfilm Publications T, microcopy 1242. Washington: National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1980.
Mic _    microfm  _E183.8.S65R42 1980.
United States—Dept. of State/ United States—Foreign relations—Soviet Union—Sources/ Soviet Union—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

705.  Card Catalog of Jewish Newspapers and Periodicals in the Russian National Library, St. Petersburg in Hebrew & Yiddish.  11 microfiches . Sankt-Peterburg : Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka, Otdel vneshnego obsluzhivaniia, [s.d.].
Consists of three sections (titles taken from head of fiche cards): Katalog gazet na yazyke idish (6 fiche), Katalog zhurnalov na yazyke idish (2 fiche), Katalog izdaniy na ivrite (3 fiche). Microfiche. New York, N.Y. : Norman Ross Publishing, Inc., 1996-1997. .
Mic microfc Z6367.R677 1996.
Jewish periodicals — Russia (Federation) — catalogs/ Jewish newspapers — Russia (Federation) — catalogs/ Jewish periodicals — Soviet Union — catalogs/ Jewish newspapers — Soviet Union — catalogs.

706.  [Evrei v Rossii].  10 items on 1 reel . [v. p.]: 1911-1925.
   Evreiskaia sotsialisticheskaia rabochaia partiia. — Klausner, J. / Proiskhozhdenie i kharakter' drevne-evreiskoi pis'mennosti. — Zak, L. / Ssudo-sberegatel'nye tovarishchestva. — Klinchin, P. / Tovarno-posrednicheskie operatsii v ssudno-beregatel'nykh tovarischchestvakh. — Zak, L. / Sel'skokhoziaistvennye tovarischchestva v evreiskikh zemledel'cheskikh koloniiakh. — Khurgin, V. /Evreiskie zemledel'cheskie kolonii. — Lenin, V./ O evreiskom voprose v Rossii. — Rogachevskii, V. / Russko evreiskaia literatura. — Gorev, B. / Russkaia literatura i Evrei. — Leskov, N. / Evrei v Rossii. — Jewish Colonization Association / Kooperatsiia v sredi Evreev, po dannym 1924 g. Evreiskaia sotsialisticheskaia rabochaia partiia. Protokoly konferentsii.
microfm DS316 Mic.
Jews in Russia—History/ Hebrew literature—Russia.

707.  Newspapers from the Russian revolutionary era.  Woodbridge, CT: Research Publications, 1987.
   Consists of microfilm runs of 53 newspapers, each cataloged separately.  Titles include:  Astrakhanskii listok (Astrakhan) — Bednota (Moscow) — Birzhevyia viedomosti (S.-Peterburg) — Birzhevyia viedomosti (S.-Peterburg) —Bukovyna — Dalnevostochnoe obozrienie (Vladivostok) — Derevenskaia kommuna (Petrograd) — Derevenskaia pravda (Petrograd) — Dielo (Leningrad) — Dielo naroda (Leningrad) — Dielo naroda (Leningrad) — Dielo narodnoe (Petrograd) — Dobrovolets (Leningrad) — Drug (Kishniev) — Dvadtsatyi viek (Leningrad) — Ezhednevnyi informatsionnyi listok (Leningrad) — Golos (Sanktpeterburg) — Grazhdanin — Hromadskyi holos (Lviv) — J. de St.-Petersbourg (St. Petersbourg) — Kooperativnoe delo (Moskva) — Krasnaia gazeta (Petrograd) — Krasnoiarskii rabochii ([Krasnoiarsk]) — Makhovik (Petrograd) — Molot (Rostov-na-Donu) — Moskovskiia viedomosti (Moskva) — Murmanskii viestnik (Murmansk) — Nasa Niwa (Wilnia) — Nash viek (Petrograd) — Nasha Niva (Vilnia) — Nasha zhizn (Leningrad) — Nova Bukovyna (Chernivtsi) —Novoe vremia (Saint Petersburg) — Novyi put (Riga) — Odesskii listok — Odesskiia novosti (Odessa) — Petrogradskaia pravda (Petrograd) — Prizyv (Petrograd) — Prozhektor (Leningrad) —Rabochii krai Rus (Leningrad) — Russkiia viedomosti (Moskva) — Strana (S. Peterburg) — Tiflisskii listok (Tiflis) —Tovarishch (S.-Peterburg) — Viestnik Vremennago pravitelstva (Petrograd) — Viestnik Vremennago pravitelstva Sievernoi oblasti (Arkhangelsk) —Vladivostok (Vladivostok) — Volia truda (Moskva) — Volna  (Arkhangelsk) — Zakaspiiskoe obozrienie (Askhabad).
See Library's catalogs for individual call numbers.
Astrakhanskii listok (Astrakhan) / Bednota (Moscow) / Birzhevyia viedomosti (S.-Peterburg) / Birzhevyia viedomosti (S.-Peterburg)  / Bukovyna / Dalnevostochnoe obozrienie (Vladivostok) / Derevenskaia kommuna (Petrograd) / Derevenskaia pravda (Petrograd) / Dielo (Leningrad) / Dielo naroda (Leningrad) / Dielo naroda (Leningrad) / Dielo narodnoe (Petrograd) / Dobrovolets  (Leningrad) / Drug (Kishniev) / Dvadtsatyi viek (Leningrad) / Ezhednevnyi informatsionnyi listok (Leningrad) / Golos (Sanktpeterburg) / Grazhdanin / Hromadskyi holos (Lviv) / J. de St.-Petersbourg (St. Petersbourg) / Kooperativnoe delo (Moskva) / Krasnaia gazeta (Petrograd) / Krasnoiarskii rabochii ([Krasnoiarsk]) / Makhovik (Petrograd) / Molot (Rostov-na-Donu) / Moskovskiia viedomosti (Moskva) / Murmanskii viestnik (Murmansk) / Nasa Niwa (Wilnia) / Nash viek (Petrograd) / Nasha Niva (Vilnia) / Nasha zhizn (Leningrad) / Nova Bukovyna (Chernivtsi) / Novoe vremia (Saint Petersburg) / Novyi put (Riga) / Odesskii listok / Odesskiia novosti (Odessa) / Petrogradskaia pravda (Petrograd) / Prizyv (Petrograd) / Prozhektor (Leningrad) / Rabochii krai / Rus (Leningrad) / Russkiia viedomosti (Moskva) / Strana (S. Peterburg) / Tiflisskii listok (Tiflis) / Tovarishch (S.-Peterburg) / Viestnik Vremennago pravitelstva (Petrograd) / Viestnik Vremennago pravitelstva Sievernoi oblasti (Arkhangelsk) / Vladivostok (Vladivostok) / Volia truda (Moskva) / Volna (Arkhangelsk) / Zakaspiiskoe obozrienie (Askhabad).

708.  Fond 6, KPK pri TSK KPSS Opis 6 dokumenty = Fond 6, Central Control Commission of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the USSR. Opis 6 : documents. Revolution and Peace Hoover Institution on War, and Gosudarstvennyi arkhiv Rossiiskoi Federatsii 172 microfilm reels . [Cambridge, England]: State Archival Service of Russia [and] Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace in association with Chadwyck-Healey Ltd, [1993?].
Fond 6, Opis 6 comprises reels no. 1.816-1.987 of the main set "Archives of the Soviet Communist Party." A listing of the microfilm contents of the whole collection—Opis 6 of Fond 6—is found on reel 172; a printed guide to all 4992 reels in the main set was issued in 1995 with title: Archives of the Soviet Communist Party and Soviet State: catalogue of finding aids and documents.
JN6598 Mic  microfm J.
TSK VKP(b)—Komissiia partiinogo kontrolia/ TSK KPSS—Komissiia partiinogo kontrolia/ Kommunisticheskaia partiia Sovetskogo Soiuza/ Communism—Soviet Union—History/ Archives—Soviet Union/ Soviet Union—Politics and government/ Soviet Union—History.

709.  Leaders of the Russian Revolution.  Parts 3-5, 9 on 390 microfilm reels; parts 1-2, 5-8 on 1,855 microfiche.   Archives of the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist Party. Series 1, series editor Jana Howlette. Cambridge, England: Chadwyk-Healey in association with the State Archival Service of Russia, 1992.
"The Cambridge project." Some parts of the set include both microfiches and microfilm reels.  Printed guide at DK254.L234 1994.
   Parts:  1: L. Martov, 1873-1923. — 2. V. I. Zasulich, 1849-1919. — 3. G. K. Ordzhonikidze, 1886-1937. — 4. S. M. Kirov, 1886-1934. — 5. A. A. Zhdanov, 1896-1948. — 6. V. M. Molotov, 1890-1986. — 7. L. D. Trotsky, 1879-1940. — 8. P. B. Axelrod, 1850-1928. — 9. M. I. Kalinin, 1874-1936.
microfc DK254.L233 1992 Mic; microfm DK254.L233 1992 Mic.
Revolutionaries—Russia—Archives/ Politicians—Soviet Union—Archives/ Russia—History—1801-1917—Sources/ Soviet Union—History—Sources/ Archives of the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist Party.

710.  [Archives]. P. B. 1850-1928 Axelrod 33 microfiches . Leaders of the Russian Revolution. Archives of the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist Party. Series 1, pt. 8. Cambridge, England: Chadwyk-Healey in association with the Russian Committee for Archives, 1992.
First microfiche includes index and description of contents (opisº).
microfc DK254.L233 1992 v. 8 Mic.
Akselrod, P. B. (Pavel Borisovich), 1850-1928—Archives.

711.  [Archives]. M. I. 1875-1946 Kalinin 220 microfilm reels . Leaders of the Russian Revolution. Archives of the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist Party. Series 1, pt. 9. Cambridge, England: Chadwyk-Healey in association with the State Archival Service of Russia, 1994.
Index and description of contents (opisi) located on first microfilm reel.
microfm DK254.L233 1992 v. 9 Mic.
Kalinin, M. I. (Mikhail Ivanovich), 1875-1945—Archives.

712.  [Archives]. S. M. 1886-1934 Kirov 45 microfilm reels . Leaders of the Russian Revolution. Archives of the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist Party. Series 1, pt. 4. Cambridge, England: Chadwyk-Healey in association with the State Archival Service of Russia, 1994.
Index and description of contents (opisi) located on first microfilm reel.
microfm DK253.L233 1992 v. 4 Mic.
Kirov, Sergei Mironovich, 1886-1934—Archives.

713.  [Archives]. L. 1873-1923 Martov 34 microfiches . Leaders of the Russian Revolution. Archives of the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist Party. Series 1, pt. 1. Cambridge, England: Chadwyk-Healey in association with the Russian Committee for Archives, 1992.
First microfiche includes index and description of contents (opisº).
microfc DK253.L233 1992 v. 1 Mic.
Martov, L., 1873-1923—archives.

714.  [Archives]. V. M. 1890-1986 Molotov 111 microfiches . Leaders of the Russian Revolution. Archives of the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist Party. Series 1, pt. 6. Cambridge, England: Chadwyk-Healey in association with the Russian Committee for Archives, 1992.
First two microfiches include index and description of contents (opisº).
microfc DK253.L233 1992 v. 6 Mic.
Molotov, Vyacheslav Mikhaylovich, 1896-1986—Archives.

715.  [Archives]. G. K. 1886-1937 Ordzhonikidze 120 microfilm reels . Leaders of the Russian Revolution. Archives of the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist Party. Series 1, pt. 3. Cambridge, England: Chadwyk-Healey in association with the State Archival Service of Russia, 1994.
Index and description of contents (opisi) located on first microfilm reel.
microfm DK253.L233 1992 v. 3 Mic.
Ordzhonikidze, Sergo, 1886-1937—Archives.

716.  [Archives]. L. D. 1879-1940 Trotsky 1129 microfiches . Leaders of the Russian Revolution. Archives of the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist Party. Series 1, pt. 7. Cambridge, England: Chadwyk-Healey in association with the State Archival Service of Russia, 1994.
First microfiche includes index and description of contents (opisº).
microfc DK254.L233 1992 v. 7 Mic.
Trotsky, Leon, 1879-1940—Archives.

717.  [Archives]. V. I. 1849-1919 Zasulich 31 microfiches . Leaders of the Russian Revolution. Archives of the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist Party. Series 1, pt. 2. Cambridge, England: Chadwyk-Healey in association with the Russian Committee for Archives, 1992.
First microfiche includes index and description of contents (opisº).
microfc DK253.L233 1992 v. 2 Mic.
Zasulich, Vera Ivanovna, 1849-1919.

718.  [Archives]. A. A. 1896-1948 Zhdanov 517 microfiches + 35 microfilm reels . Leaders of the Russian Revolution. Archives of the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist Party. Series 1, pt. 5. Cambridge, England: Chadwyk-Healey in association with the State Archival Service of Russia, 1992.
First 11 microfiches include index and description of contents (opisi). This part of the set consists of both microfiches and microfilm reels.
microfc DK253.L233 1992 v. 5 Mic; microfm DK253.L233 1992 v. 5 Mic.
Zhdanov, Andrei Aleksandrovich, 1896-1948—Archives.

719.  [Records of the All-Union Communist Party, Smolensk District, 1917-41]. Kommunisticheskaia partiia Sovetskogo Soiuza Smolenskii oblastnoikomitet Partiinyi arkhiv 69 reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, T-87. Washington: National Archives, [1957].
Title from Guide to the National Archives of the United States. 1974, p. 735. Roll 1 contains The Smolensk Archives : a selective index, by Merle Fainsod.  See printed Guide to the records of the Smolensk Oblast of the All-Union Communist Party of the Soviet Union, 1917-41, at JN6598.K78U59 1980 RR2.
   Archives were captured by German forces invading the Soviet Union, and subsequently captured by Allies and processed as part of the captured German war documents. 
microfm DK511.S7K6 Mic.
Smolenskaia oblast (Russia)—Politics and government/ Smolenskaia oblast (Russia)—History—Sources/ Fainsod, Merle/ American Historical Association Committee for the Study of War Documents.

720.  The Meyerhold Theatre, 1920-1938:  from the holdings of Russian State Archive of Literature and Art, Moscow, Russia = Gosudarstvennyi teatr imeni V.E. Meierkhol'da, 1920-1938 gg. : iz fondov Rossiiskogo Gosudarstvennogo arkhiva literatury i iskusstva, Moskva, Rossiia.  165 microfilm reels . Woodbridge, CT: Research Publications, 1999.
First reel is reproduction of the original index to the Archives published in 1938; index also issued separately in book form with same title as the collection, at PN2728.M4G58 1900Z v. 1-2 Slavic Reference, Reading Room 2.
Mic  microfm PN2728.M4G58 1900z.
Gosudarstvennyi teatr imeni Meierkhol'da/ Rossiiskii gosudarstvennyi arkhiv literatury i iskusstva/ Theater—Soviet Union.

721.  The Moscow Lenin Order Mosfilm Studio (1938-1945) [microform] : from the holdings of Russian State Archive of Literature and Art, Moscow, Russia = Moskovskaia kinostudiia "Mosfil'm" (1938-1945) : iz fondov Rossiiskogo Gosudarstvennogo arkhiva literatury i iskusstva, Moskva, Rossiia. Moskovskaia kinostudiia "Mosfil'm" 12 reels . Woodbridge, CT: Research Publications, Primary Source Media, 1999.
Originals held by the Russian State Archive of Literature and Art, Moscow, Russia. Guide at PN1993.5.R9M675 1999 Guide, Slavic Reference, Reading Room 2.
mic PN1993.5.R9M675 1999 microfm.
Moskovskaia kinostudiia "Mosfil'm". — Records and correspondence/ Motion pictures — Soviet Union — History — Sources.

722.  The GULAG Press, 1920-1937.    649 microfiches State Archive of the Russian Federation and Federal Archival Service of Russia; International Institute for Social History, Amsterdam.  IDC, Leiden, 2000.
   Print fiche guide, introduction by Leo van Rossum and compiled under his supervision by Jim Verhoeff with final details for text and catalogue by Huub Sanders. The microfiche collection includes 134 titles "containing 'news' bulletins, posters, literary journals, albums and booklets."  Printed guide at PN5277.P67G853 2000 Slavic Reference.
Mic  microfc PN5277.P67G853 2000.
Glavnoe upravlenie ispravitel'no-trudovykh lagerei OGPU/ GULag NKVD/ Concentration camps—Soviet Union/ Labor camps—Soviet Union/ Political persecution—Soviet Union/ Journalism, Prison—Soviet Union/ Prison periodicals—Soviet Union.

723.  Moscow daily press review. Moscow Joint Press Reading Service 149 reels . Moscow: 194?-1956.
microfm D32.
World War, 1939-1945.

724.  The Soviet Union : records of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, part II, 1946-1953.  7 reels . Washington, D.C: University Publications of America, Inc, 1979.
Printed Guide to Records of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, part II, 1946-1953: the Soviet Union has call no. UA23.K43.
   Collection includes operational reports, research and development studies, intelligence estimates, contingency combat plans, policy studies.
microfc UA11 Mic.
United States—Military relations—Soviet Union/ United States—Military policy/ United States.  Joint Chiefs of Staff.

725.  Soviet Union.  8 reels . O.S.S./State Department Intelligence and Research Reports, 6. Washington: University Publications of America, 1977.
Printed guide at call number UB251.U5K44.
           Office of Strategic Studies and the State Department commissioned scholars in international affairs and a variety of area studies to write special, top-secret reports during World War II and the Cold War, which helped to shape U.S. foreign policy decisions.  See related 1950-1961 supplement.
microfm UB11 Mic.
Intelligence service—United States/ Military intelligence/ United States—military relations—Soviet Union/ United States.  Office of Strategic Services/ United States.  Department of State.

726.  Soviet Union:  1950-1961 supplement.  6 reels . O.S.S./State Department Intelligence and Research Reports, 11. Washington: University Publications of America, 1979.
Printed guide at call number UB251.U5K45.
           Office of Strategic Studies and the State Department commissioned scholars in international affairs and a variety of area studies to write special, top-secret reports during World War II and the Cold War, which helped to shape U.S. foreign policy decisions.  See related series.
microfm UB12 Mic.
Intelligence service—United States/ Military intelligence/ United States—military relations—Soviet Union/ United States.  Office of Strategic Services/ United States.  Department of State.

727.  Human rights documents, 1980-1988.   Eastern Europe/USSR. Human Rights Internet 692 microfiches . Zug, Switzerland: IDC, [1989?].
Original documents provided by Human Rights Internet.
   Collection of documents of non-governmental human rights organizations worldwide.  Comprises both published and unpublished documents, including much fugitive material.  Eastern Europe/USSR section lists 24 organizations with 2,123 documents.
microfc JC599.E92H95 1980 Mic .
Human rights—Europe, Eastern/ Human rights—Soviet Union/ Civil rights—Europe, Eastern/ Civil rights—Soviet Union.

728.  The Soviet coup collection.  1 box (174 items) . New York; Moscow: Moscow Independent Press Publishing Co. (MIPP), [1991].
Includes actual and photocopies of various documents, leaflets and newspapers issued during the attempted coup of August 19-21, 1991. Includes contents list.
   pt. 1. Special issues of newspapers and magazines published during the Soviet coup 08/19/91-08/21/91 — pt. 2. "Ukazy, postanovleniia, resheniia, prikazy, obrashcheniia," published during the Soviet coup 08/19/91-08/21/91 — pt. 3. The appeals of different organizations and the leaflets, published during the Soviet coup 08/19/91-08/21/91 — pt. 4. History, analysis, and comments in newspapers and magazines, published after the Soviet coup 08/22/91-09/07/91 — pt. 5. The documents of the Soviet hard-liners, published during the Soviet coup 08/19/91-08/22/91.
microfm DK292.S68 1991 Mic.
Soviet Union—History—Attempted coup, 1991—Sources/ Soviet Union—Politics and government—1985-1991—Sources.

729.  Cyrillic union catalog.  3 pts. in 7 boxes . New York: Readex Microprint, 1963.
   Extracted from the Library of Congress National Union Catalog, the Cyrillic Union Catalog lists monographs and serials in the Slavic Cyrillic alphabets (Russian, Ukrainian, Belorussian, Serbian, Macedonian, Bulgarian) published before 1956 in all subject areas of the humanities, social sciences and sciences, and reported by at least one U. S. library.  Also included are several thousand unique items which in 1956 were in LC's uncataloged arrearages, many, but not all of which have subsequently been cataloged. Cards are arranged in three separate sequences, by author/main entry, by title, and by subject.
Microprint Z1 Mic.
Slavic literature—Bibl.—Union lists.

730.  The Slavic Cyrillic union catalog of pre-1956 imprints. Library of Congress.  Catalog Publication Division 174 sheets . Towata, N. J.: Rowman & Littlefield, 1980.
   A cumulative update to the Cyrillic Union Catalog, the SCUC includes all new pre-1956 Cyrillic monograph and serial titles reported to the Library of Congress between 1956-1978, as well as listing all earlier CUC titles with any additional library locations reported.  All entries are listed in only one alphabetical sequence by author/main entry or by title when no author exists.  All items have been assigned an exclusive NUC number (beginning with the prefix 78-) and additional post-1978 locations can be checked in the National Union Catalog Register of Additional Locations (Z881.U5C213 and  microfiche Z31).
microfcZ46 RR2.
Slavic literature—Bibliography—Union Lists.

731.  Card catalog of the gubernskie, oblastnye, and voiskovye vedomosti from the National Library of Russia, St. Petersburg. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka 87 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 2000].
Each fiche has indidual title only—collective title from publisher's advertisement. Fiche no. 2252/1-2252/87.
Mic  microfc XXKLA8.R67 2000.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka/ Russian newspapers/ Gazettes—Russia/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

732.  Katalog literatury na abazinskom iazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 2 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, [n.d.].
Catalog contains holdings of all Abazin imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
microfmZ7101.A17R67 1998.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Abazin imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

733.  Katalog literatury na abkhazskom iazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 5 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, [n.d.].
Catalog contains holdings of all Abkhaz imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
microfmZ7101.A22R67 1998.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Abkhaz imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

734.  Katalog literatury na adygeiskom iazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 6 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, [n.d.].
Catalog contains holdings of all Adygei imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Mic microfmZ7101.A39R67 1998.
 Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Adygei imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

735.  Katalog literatury na Altaiskom (Oirotskom) yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 5 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Altai imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.A58 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Altai imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

736.  Katalog literatury na Asiriiskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 1 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Syriac imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Entries on original shelf cards were recorded in vernacular language of the item using various scripts. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7094 .R677 1997 Mic  microfc .
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Syriac imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche/ Syriac language, Modern—Texts—Catalogs.

737.  Rossiyskaya natsional'naia biblioteka. Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh yazykakh, Armianskie knigi:  Al'favitnyi katalog = Card catalog of the Department of the Literature of the Nationalities of the former Soviet Union from the National Library of Russia, St. Petersburg:  Armenian books. Rossiyskaya natsional'naia biblioteka. Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 114 microfiches . New York: Norman Ross, 1996.
Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order.  Entries on original shelf cards were recorded in vernacular language of an item.
   All 79,250 cards are for titles in Armenian.  Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
microfc Z3464.R677 1996 Mic.
Rossiyskaya natsional'naia biblioteka. Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh—Catalogs/ Armenian imprints—Catalogs/ Armenia—Bibliography—Catalogs.

738.  Katalog literatury na avarskom iazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 6 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, [n.d.].
Catalog contains holdings of all Avar imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Mic microfmZ101.A89R67 1998.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Avar imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

739.  Katalog literatury na Azerbaidzhanskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 89, 18 microfiches . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Azerbaijani language imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Entries on original shelf cards were recorded in vernacular language of the item; first 89 fiche in cyrillic alphabet, last 18 in roman alphabet. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.A94 R677 1997 Mic _microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Azerbaijani imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche/ Azerbaijan—Bibliography—Catalogs.

740.  Katalog literatury na Buryatskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 9 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Buriat imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Entries on original shelf cards were recorded in vernacular language of the item using Mongolian vertical, roman and cyrillic scripts. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.B8 R677 1997 Mic  microfc .
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Buriat imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche/ Buriatia (Russia)—Bibliography—Catalogs.

741.  Katalog literatury na chechenskom iazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 5 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, [n.d.].
Catalog contains holdings of all Chechen imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Mic microfmZ7101.5.C538R67 1998.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Chechen imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

742.  Katalog literatury na cherkesskom iazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 2 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, [n.d.].
Catalog contains holdings of all Circassian imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Mic microfmZ7101.C54R67 1998.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Circassian imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

743.  Katalog literatury na Evenkiiskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 1 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Evenki imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.E84 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Evenki imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche/ Evenki language—Texts—Catalogs.

744.  Katalog literatury na Evenskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 1 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Even imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.E83 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Even imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche/ Even language—Texts—Catalogs.

745.  Rossiyskaya natsional'naia biblioteka. Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh yazykakh, Gruzinskie knigi:  Al'favitnyi katalog = Card catalog of the Department of the Literature of the Nationalities of the former Soviet Union from the National Library of Russia, St. Petersburg:  Georgian books. Rossiyskaya natsional'naia biblioteka. Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 168 microfiches . New York: Norman Ross, 1996.
Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order.  Entries on original shelf cards were recorded in vernacular language of an item.
   All 108,250 cards are for titles in Georgian.  Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
microfc Z3465.6.R677 1996 Mic.
Rossiyskaya natsional'naia biblioteka. Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh—Catalogs/ Georgian imprints—Catalogs/ Georgia (Republic)—Bibliography—Catalogs.

746.  Katalog literatury na ingushskom iazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 4 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, [n.d.].
Catalog contains holdings of all Ingush imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Mic microfmZ7101.I5R67 1998.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Ingush imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

747.  Katalog literatury na kabardinskom iazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 6 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, [n.d.].
Catalog contains holdings of all Kabardian imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Mic microfmZ7101.K22R67 1998.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Kabardian imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

748.  Katalog literatury na Kalmytskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 5 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Kalmyk imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Entries on original shelf cards were recorded in vernacular language of the item using Kalmyk vertical, roman and cyrillic scripts. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Mic  microfc Z7101.K34R677 1997.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Kalmyk imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche/ Kalmykiia (Russia)—Bibliography—Catalogs.

749.  Katalog literatury na kazakhskom iazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 78 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, [n.d.].
Catalog contains holdings of all Kazakh imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Mic microfmZ3420.R67 1998.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Kazakh imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

750.  Katalog literatury na Khakasskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 3 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Khakass imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.K48 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Khakass imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

751.  Katalog literatury na Khantyiskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 1 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Khanty imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7045.K48 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Khanty imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche .

752.  Katalog literatury na Kurdskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 2 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Kurdish imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Entries on original shelf cards were recorded in vernacular language of the item using roman and cyrillic scripts. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.K8 R677 1997 Mic _microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Kurdish imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

753.  Katalog literatury na kyrgyzskom iazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 45 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, [n.d.].
Catalog contains holdings of all Kyrgyz imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Mic microfmZ7101.K57R67 1998.
 Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Kyrgyz imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

754.  Katalog literatury na Mansiiskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 1 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Mansi imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7045.M36 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Mansi imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

755.  Katalog literatury na Nanaiskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 1 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Nanai imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.N35 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Nanai imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

756.  Katalog literatury na Nenetskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 1 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Nenets imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.N45 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Nenets imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

757.  Katalog literatury na Nivkhskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 1 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Nivkh (Gilyak) imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.G55 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Gilyak imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche .

758.  Katalog literatury na Nogaiskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 3 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Nogai imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.N64 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Nogai imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

759.  Katalog literatury na Nymylanskom (koriakskom) yazyke.Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 1 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Koryak imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.K67 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Koryak imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

760.  Katalog literatury na osetinskom iazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 12 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, [n.d.].
Catalog contains holdings of all Ossetian located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Mic microfmZ7101.O77R67 1998.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Ossetian imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

761.  Katalog literatury na Saamskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 1 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Sami imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7045.S22 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Sami imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

762.  Katalog literatury na Sel'kupskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 1 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Selkup imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.S45 R677 1997 Mic _microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Selkup imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche .

763.  Katalog literatury na Shorskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 1 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Shor imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.S56 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Shor imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

764.  Katalog literatury na Shugnanskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 1 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Shughni imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.S58 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Shughni imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche/ Shughni dialect—Texts—Catalogs.

765.  Katalog literatury na tabasaranskom iazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 3 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, [n.d.].
Catalog contains holdings of all Tabasaran imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Mic microfmZ7101.T22R67 1998.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Tabasaran imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

766.  Rossiyskaya natsional'naia biblioteka. Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh yazykakh, Tadzhikskie knigi:  Al'favitnyi katalog = Card catalog of the Department of the Literature of the Nationalities of the former Soviet Union from the National Library of Russia, St. Petersburg:  Tajik books. Rossiyskaya natsional'naia biblioteka. Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 43 microfiches . New York: Norman Ross, 1996.
Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order.  Entries on original shelf cards were recorded in vernacular language of an item.
   All 25,000 cards are for titles in Tajik.  Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
microfc Z3412T35R677 1996 Mic.
Rossiyskaya natsional'naia biblioteka. Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh—Catalogs/ Tajik imprints—Catalogs/ Tajikistan—Bibliography—Catalogs.

767.  Katalog literatury na Tsakhurskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 1 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Tsakhur imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.T73 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Tsakhur imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

768.  Katalog literatury na Tsyganskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 1 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Romany imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.R65 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Romany imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

769.  Katalog literatury na turkmenskom iazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 37 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, [n.d.].
Catalog contains holdings of all Turkmen imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Mic microfmZ3435.R67 1998.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Turkmen imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

770.  Katalog literatury na Tuvinskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 7 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Tuvinian imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.T87 R677 1997 Mic  microfc.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Tuvinian imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche/ Tuva (Russia)—Bibliography—Catalogs.

771.  Katalog literatury na Uigurskom yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 10 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Uighur imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7101.U4 R677 1997 Mic _microfic_.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Uighur imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

772.  Katalog literatury na uzbekskom iazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 121 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, [n.d.].
Catalog contains holdings of all Uzbek imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Mic microfmZ3440.R67 1997.
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Uzbek imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche.

773.  Katalog literatury na Yuitskom (Eskimosskom) yazyke. Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka.  Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh 1 microfiche . New York: Norman Ross Publishing, 1997.
Catalog contains holdings of all Yuit (Siberian Yupik) imprints located in National Library of Russia. Author/title catalog arranged in alphabetical order. Norman Ross will film titles from this catalog on demand.  Contact the Slavic Bibliographer if there are specific titles which you would recommend that the Library acquire.
Z7119.E7 R677 1997 Mic  microfc .
Rossiiskaia natsional'naia biblioteka—Otdel literatury na natsional'nykh iazykakh/ Yuit imprints—Catalogs/ Library catalogs on microfiche/ Yuit language—Texts—Catalogs.

774.  Proceedings of the Caucasian Archaeographical Commission, 1866-1904 : contents guide. Grigori i L vovich Bondarevskiµi, and Kavkazska_i_a arkheograficheska_i_a kommis_i_i_a ix, 495 p . [Farnham Common, Slough, UK]: Archive Editions, 1996.
"The board of editors in Tbilisi has kindly provided English translations of the original Prefaces to the various volumes of Proceedings, and has also provided its own notes on the prefaces in some cases ... No prefaces or notes have been supplied for Volumes I and II."—T.p. verso. "The documents in volume I [of the proceedings] are variously in Turkish, Arabic and Persian, and a translated handlist has not been attempted at this time, although the originals are of course present in the microfiche set."—p. viii. Index accompanies the microfiche edition of the "Akty sobrannye Kavkazsko_i_u arkheografichesko_i_u kommiss_ie_i_u" published by Archive Editions, 1996. FOR THE FICHE SEE: DK509.A589 1866 Mic.
DK509.A5891 1996 RR2.
Akty sobrannye Kavkazsko_i_u arkheografichesko_i_u kommiss_ie_i_u/ Caucasus—History—Sources—Indexes .

775.  Zemstvo library card catalogue. Gosudarstvennaia publichnaia biblioteka imeni M.E. Saltykova-Shchedrina 78 microfiches . Leiden, Netherlands: Interdocumentation Company AG, [1992?].
   Publications in the Saltykov-Shchedrin Library concerning Zemstvo statistical studies of Russian agrarian development and peasantry; published as early as ca. 1870, but primarily in the mid-1880's and from 1906 to 1914.
microfc Z939.G67 1992 Mic.
Gosudarstvennaia publichnaia biblioteka imeni M.E. Saltykova-Shchedrina/ Zemstvos—Statistics—Bibliography—Microform catalogs/ Agriculture—Economic aspects—Soviet Union—Statistics—Bibliography—Microform catalogs/ Peasantry—Soviet Union—Statistics—Bibliography—Microform catalogs.

776.  Akty sobrannye Kavkazskoiu arkheograficheskoiu kommissieiu Arkhiv Glavnago upravleniia namiestnika kavkazskago ; napechatan pod redaktsieiu predsiedatelia komissii A.D. Berzhe. Adolf Petrovich Berzhe, Kavkazskaia arkheograficheskaia kommisiia, and Russia Glavnoe upravleniia namiestnika kavkazskago 12 v. in 16 . Tiflis: Tip. Arkhiv Glavnago upravleniia namiestnika kavkazskago, 1866-1904.
Vols. 11-12: Arkhiv Glavnonachalºstvyiushago grazhdanskoiu chastiiu na Kavkazie. Editors: v. 1-10, A. Berzhe; v. 11, D. Kobiakov; v. 12, E.D. Felitsyn and A.P. Naumov. FOR INDEX SEE: DK509.A5891 1996 RR2.
   Documents on the history of Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Daghestan, Chechnya, Ossetia, Kabardin-Balkaria, Cherkessia and Abkhazia.
Mic  microfc DK509.A589 1866.
 Caucasus—History—Sources/ Caucasus, Northern—History—Sources.

777.  South-East European biographical archive = Südosteuropäisches biographisches Archiv.  U. Kramme, and Z. eds Urra Muena. microfiches <1-92> . München: K.G. Saur Verlag, [1997]-.
   Will consist of approximately 100,000 biographies compiled alphabetically on Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia, Serbia, and Montenegro, covering a period from the 9th century to the present day, compiled from about 200 reference works published between 1711 and 1995.
   See online source:  World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
RR  microfc DR33.S843 1997.
Balkan Peninsula—Biography—Dictionaries.

778.  Greek biographical archive = Griechisches biographisches Archiv.  Hilmar ed Schmuck. microfiches . München: Saur Verlag, [1998?]-.
   Will consist of 120,000 biographical articles on approximately 90,000 individuals in a single aphabet, derived from 98 source works in 156 volumes, half in modern Greek, and the rest in English, French, German, Italian, and Latin, covering the period from 4th century AD to the present, covering Greece, Asia Minor, lower Italy during the Byzantine period, and the area of modern Greece for the period thereafter.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
Mic  microfc CT1103.G754 1998.
Greece—Biography—Dictionaries.

779.  [Reports of the Austrian ambassadors in Constantinople, January, 1833-1836].  12 reels .
Original mss. and printed material in the Haus,- Hof- und Staatsarchiv, Vienna.
microfilm DB24 Mic.
Austria—Foreign relations—Turkey/ Turkey—Foreign relations—Austria/ Austria.  Haus-, Hof- und Staatsarchive.

780.  [Reports on diplomatic relations between Austria and Turkey, 1836-1838].  9 reels .
Original mss. and printed material in the Haus,- Hof- und Staatsarchiv, Vienna.
microfilm DB25 Mic.
Austria—Foreign relations—Turkey/ Turkey—Foreign relations—Austria/ Austria.  Haus-, Hof- und Staatsarchive.

781.  [Correspondence between Koraes and Thomas Jefferson.  July-December, 1823; Jan. 30, 1825]. Adamantios Koraes.
microfm DF2 Mic.
Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.

782.  Despatches from United States ministers to Turkey, 1818-1906 . United States.  Dept. of State 77 reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, no. 46. Washington: National Archives, 1966.
           Includes register of despatches.
microfm J92 M-46 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Turkey—Sources/ Turkey—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

783.  Records of the Department of State relating to political relations of Turkey, Greece and the Balkan States, 1930-1939. United States Dept. of State 11 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, T-1245. Washington: National Archives, National Records and Archives Service, General Services Administration, 1980.
The records are in many languages.
microfm DR48.U5 1980 Mic.
Balkan Peninsula—Foreign relations—Sources/ Balkan Peninsula—Politics and government—Sources/ Turkey—Foreign relations—1918-1960—Sources/ Turkey—Politics and government—1918-1960—Sources/ Greece—Foreign relations—Sources/ Greece—Politics and government—1917-1935—Sources/ Greece—Politics and government—1935-1967—Sources.

784.  Records of the Department of State relating to political relations of Turkey, Greece and the Balkan States, 1940-1944. United States. Dept. of State 2 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, M-1246. Washington, D.C: National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1980.
Microfilm of records in the United States National Archives and Records Service.
   Includes letters, telegrams, newspaper clippings, printed documents, etc., relating to the political relations of Turkey, Greece and the Balkan States from 1940-1944. The records are in many languages.
microfm DR48.U5 1980a Mic.
United States—Dept. of State/ Balkan Peninsula—Foreign relations—Sources/ Balkan Peninsula—Politics and government—Sources/ Turkey—Foreign relations—1918-1960—Sources/ Turkey—Politics and government—1918-1960—Sources/ Greece—Foreign relations—Sources/ Greece—Politics and government—1935-1967—Sources.

785.  [Materials from the Foreign Office of Great Britain relating to the Czechoslovak Republic for the periods 1818-1938]. Great Britain.  Foreign Office 50 reels .
Originals in the Public Record Office of Great Britain.
   Includes materials relating to the debts of the European War, 1914-1918.
microfilm DB30 Mic.
Czechoslovakia—History—Sources/ Czechoslovakia—Politic and government—1918-1938/ Czechoslovakia—Foreign relations—Great Britain—Sources/ Great Britain—Foreign relations—Czechoslovakia—Sources.

786.  [Diplomatic dispatches from Prague concerning Czechoslovakia.  Vienna, 1918-1933]. Austria. Staatsarchiv 6 reels .
microform DB43 Mic.
Austria—Foreign relations—Czechoslovakia—Sources/ Czechoslovakia—Forei Relations—Austria—Sources.

787.  [Files of the Department of State concerning relations with Czechoslovak republic, 1918-1933]. United States.  Department of State 7 reels .
microfm DB42 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Czechoslovakia—Sources / Czechoslovakia-Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

788.  Records of the Department of State relating to internal affairs of Czechoslovakia, 1910-1944 decimal file 860f. United States. Dept. of State 32 microfilm reels . Washington [D.C.]: The National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1982.
microfm DB2185.R426 1982 Mic.
Czechoslovakia—History—Sources/ Czechoslovakia—Politics and government—20th century—Sources/ Czechoslovakia—Foreign relations—United States—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—Czechoslovakia—Sources/ United States National Archives and Records Service.

789.  Records of the U.S. Department of State relating to the internal affairs of Czechoslovakia, 1945-1949. Department of State decimal file 860f. United States. Dept. of State 17 microfilm reels . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 1986.
Title on prelim. frame: Internal affairs of Czechoslovakia, 1945-1949. Guide to accompany collection on microfilm has call no. DB2215.G85 1986.
microfm DB2215.R33 1986 Mic.
United States—Dept. of State—Archives/ Czechoslovakia—History—1945-1992—Sources.

790.  Records of the U.S. Department of State relating to the internal affairs of Czechoslovakia, 1955-1959:   Department of State Decimal Files 749, 849 and 949. United States. Dept. of State 8 microfilm reels ; 35 mm . Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1986.
Printed guide at call no.: DB2215.R43 1986 Index RR2.
microfm DB2215.R43 1986 Mic.
Records of the U.S. Department of State relating to the internal affairs of Czechoslovakia, 1955-1959/ Czechoslovakia—Politics and government—1945-1992—Sources/ Czechoslovakia—History—1945-1992—Sources/ Czechoslovakia—Foreign relations—United States/ United States—Foreign relations—Czechoslovakia/ United States.  Department of State.

791.  Prague Spring.  2011 microfiches . Leiden: IDC, [1990?]-.
   A collection of articles from 50 newspapers and periodicals published in Czechoslovakia during the years 1966-1968 relevant to Prague Spring.  Includes two important party dailies (Czech and Slovak); economic newspapers; military periodicals; publications of all legal parties; Czech and Slovak regional dailies; satirical magazines.
     Contents: 1. A-Revue (fiches 1-25) — 2. Ceskoslovensky rozhlas  (fiches 1-20) — 3. Dikobraz (fiches 1-59) — 4. Divadelni noviny (fiches 1-25) — 5. Druzstveni noviny (fiches 1-22) — 6. Filmove a televizni noviny (fiches 1-13) — 7. Filmovy prehled (fiches 1-46) — 8. Forum (fiches 1-3) — 9. Hospodarske noviny (fiches 1-92) — 10. Jihoceska pravda (fiches 1-51) — 11. Kulturni tvorba (fiches 1-44) — 12. Kvety (fiches 1-88) — 13. Lidova demokracie (fiches 1-62) — 14. Listy (fiches 1-12) — 15. Literarni listy (fiches 1-12) — 16. Literarni noviny (fiches 1-25) — 17. Literarni zivot (fiches 1-3) — 18. Lud (fiches 1-53) — 19. Mlada fronta (fiches 1-65) — 20. Mlady svet (fiches 1-78) — 21. Nova svoboda (fiches 1-62) — 22. Novinar (fiches 1-11) — 23. Obrana lidu (fiches 1-41) — 24. Planovane hospodarstvi  (fiches 1-26) — 25. Praca (fiches 1-64) — 26. Prace (fiches 1-68) — 27. Pravda (Plzen) — 28. Pravda (fiches 1-92) — 29. Rohac (fiches 1-13) — 30. Rolnicke noviny (fiches 1-53) — 31. Rude Pravo (fiches 1-125) — 32. Signal (fiches 1-21) — 33. Smena(fiches 1-60) — 34. Stadion (fiches 1-45) — 35. Student (fiches 1-33) — 36. Studentske listy (fiches 1-2) — 37. Svoboda (fiches 1-53) — 38. Svobodne slovo (fiches 1-63) — 39. Technicke noviny (fiches 1-21) — 40. Televizia (fiches 1-24) — 41. Ucitelske noviny (fiches 1-10) — 42. Universita Karlova (fiches 1-7) — 43. Vecerni Praha (fiches 1-53) — 44. Vlasta (fiches 1-81) — 45. Vysoka skola (fiches 1-22) — 46. Vytvarna prace (fiches 1-7) — 48. Zaber  (fiches 1-10) — 49. Zemedelska ekonomika (fiches 1-26) — 50. Zemedelske noviny (fiches 1-90).  Some parts not yet available and not microfilmed.  Library wanting vol. 47.
microfc DB2235.P73 1990 Mic.
Czechoslovakia—History—Intervention, 1968—Sources/ Czechoslovakia—Politics and government—1968-1989—Sources.

792.  Russkii zagranichnyi istoricheskii arkhiv of the Slovanska knihovna pri Narodni knihovne v Praze. Russkii zagranichnyi istoricheskii arkhiv v Prage.  Biblioteka  267 microfiches . New York, NY: Norman Ross Publ. Co, 1992-.
Titles from guide: Card catalog of the former Library of the Prague Archive on microfiche; Katalog byvshei Biblioteki russkogo zagranichnogo istoricheskogo arkhiva.
   Contents:  [Pt. 1] Newspaper catalog (fiches 1-163) — [Pt. 2] Books (fiches 1-104).
microfc Z926.P899 1992 Mic.
Russkii zagranichnyi istoricheskii arkhiv v Prage/ Slovanska knihovna (Prague, Czech Republic)/ Card catalog of the former Library of the Prague Archive on microfiche/ Katalog byvshei Biblioteki russkogo zagranichnogo istoricheskogo arkhiva.

793.  Ceský biografický archiv a Slovenský biografický archív (CSBA) : Tschechisches und Slowakisches biographisches archiv : Czech and Slovakian biographical archive.  ed,  U. Kramme, and Z. Urra Muena. microfiches . München: K.G. Saur Verlag, [1992?]-.
List of sources: fiches i-vii.
   Work is a cumulation of 150,000 entries dealing with 111,000 individuals, appearing in 206 of the most important biographical reference works, reproduced in a single alphabetical sequence.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
Mic  microfc CT933.C475 1992.
Czechoslovakia—Biography—Dictionaries/ Slovakia—Biography—Dictionaries.

794.  Hungarian biographical archive = Ungarisches biographisches Archiv.  U. Kramme, and Z eds Urra Muena. <G1-25, 1-647> microfiches . München: K.G. Saur Verlag, 1993-.
Alphabetically arranged entries of 140 biographical reference works published between the 16th century and 1990, containing ca. 115,000 entries on some 90,000 individuals from Hungarian history, beginning in the 9th century, up to the present.  Source works are in Hungarian, Latin, German, and English.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
Mic  microfc CT963.U543 1993.
Hungary—Biography.

795.  Abschriften aus den Staatsarchiven des Kön. ungarischen Minister-Präsidenten, 1914-1918. Hungary. Miniszterelnökség 3 reels . Budapest: [s.n., 1919?].
   Typewritten manuscripts (with a few printed documents for 1918) consisting chiefly of Tisza's and Wekerle's official correspondence as prime ministers. The typewritten title-pages have been supplied by the Hoover War Library.  5 v.
microfm DB48 Mic.
World War, 1914-1918—Hungary/ Hungary—History—Sources.

796.  [Hungarian newspapers].
   188 issues of 16 titles, Oct. 1-Dec. 31, 1956, providing documentary materials on the Hungarian Revolution.
Microfm DB10 Mic.
Hungary—History—Revolution, 1956.

797.  Yugoslav civil wars: printed material, transcripts and ephemera from the British Library.  20 microfilm reels . New York: Norman Ross, 2002.
Printed guide at Gen DR1313.A2G73 2002 Guide.
Mic microfm  DR1313.A2G73 2002Gen.
Yugoslav War, 1991-1995/ Kosovo (Serbia)—History—Civil War, 1998- — Sources.

798.  Islamfiche:  readings from primary sources.  editors,  William A. Graham, Marilyn Robinson Waldman, and Miryam Rozen. 211 microfiches + 10 p. printed guide . Zug, Switzerland: IDC, 1983-1987.
   "A microfiche collection of primary materials in English translation documenting the history, religion and culture of Islamic civilization from its origins to the present"—Guide. Microfiches issued in pockets in loose-leaf binder with title: Islam-fiche: readings from Islamic primary sources, series I-II. Title on spine of binder: Islam-fiche, 1-2. Guide has t.p.: Islam fiche: readings from Islamic primary sources, series I. Set also contains two microfiche copies of the complete guide for both series.
microfc DS35.4.A2I84 1983 Mic.
Civilization, Islamic/ Islam—History/ Islamic countries—Civilization/ American Council of Learned Societies Islamic Teaching Materials Project.

14.  Middle East

799.  Arabisch-Islamisches biographisches Archiv AIBA. U. Kramme, and Z Urra Muena 127 microfiches . M_unchen: K.G. Saur Verlag, [1994?].
Reproduces a one-alphabet cumulation of the most important biographical reference works on the Arab world published between 1858 and 1993 in English, French, German, and Spanish. A separate name index provides identifying information to individuals contained in the works.  Included are entries for approximately 80,000 personages from the time of Mohammed to the present day. 
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
RR  microfc DS37.2.A733 1994.
 Arab countries—Biography/ Islamic Empire—Biography.

800.  Middle East politics and diplomacy, 1904-1950 the papers of Sir Ronald Storrs (1881-1956) from Pembroke College, Cambridge. Ronald Sir Storrs 27 microfilm reels . Marlborough, Wiltshire [England]: Adam Matthew Publications, 1999.
Accompanied by a printed guide with same title (88 p. ; 21 cm.) at Gen DS62.4.S767 1999.
Mic microfm DS62.4.S75 1999.
Storrs, Ronald/ Colonial administrators—Great Britain/ Colonial administrators—Middle East/ Middle East—Politics and government—1914-1945.

801.  The Middle East [microform].  3 reels . O.S.S./State Department Intelligence and Research Reports, 7. Washington: University Publications of America, 1977.
Printed guide at call number UB251.U5K42.
           Office of Strategic Studies and the State Department commissioned scholars in international affairs and a variety of area studies to write special, top-secret reports during World War II and the Cold War, which helped to shape U.S. foreign policy decisions.  See related 1950-1961 supplement.
microfm UB6 Mic.
Intelligence service—United States/ Military intelligence/ United States—military relations—Middle East/ United States.  Office of Strategic Services/ United States.  Department of State.

802.  The Middle East [microform]:  1950-1961 supplement.  3 reels . O.S.S./State Department Intelligence and Research Reports, 12. Washington: University Publications of America, 1979.
Printed guide at call number UB251.U5K43.
           Office of Strategic Studies and the State Department commissioned scholars in international affairs and a variety of area studies to write special, top-secret reports during World War II and the Cold War, which helped to shape U.S. foreign policy decisions.  See related series.
microfm UB10 Mic.
Intelligence service—United States/ Military intelligence/ United States—military relations—Middle East/ United States.  Office of Strategic Services/ United States.  Department of State.

803.  The Middle East: records of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, part II, 1946-1953.  2 microfilms . Washington, D.C: University Publications of America, Inc, 1979.
Printed Guide to Records of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, part II, 1946-1953: the Middle East has call no. UA23.K42.
   Collection includes operational reports, research and development studies, intelligence estimates, contingency combat plans, and studies of friendly and unfriendly powers.
microfm UA10 Mic.
United States—Military relations—Middle East/ United States—Military policy/ United States.  Joint Chiefs of Staff.

804.  The Lyndon B. Johnson national security files.  The Middle East national security files, 1963-1969.  8 microfilm reels . Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1987.
"Microfilmed from the holdings of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library, Austin, Texas." Accompanied by a printed reel guide, compiled by Blair D. Hydrick, with call no. DS63.l.H93 1987. Includes index.
   "National Security Files" are the "Country Files" of the National Security Files for White House use.  National Security assistants arranged for a large flow of information from the State Department, the Defense Department, and the CIA to converge on the White House and to be available to the President.  The information was stored in the National Security Files.  Included were extensive cable traffic between agencies in Washington and embassies and missions abroad; memoranda of conversations between US and foreign officials; minutes of meetings of leading US officials; intelligence reports from national security advisers to the President; internal White House memoranda; and agendas for and records of top-level conferences.
Mic microfmDS63.1.L962.
Lyndon Baines Johnson Library/ Middle East—Politics and government—1945-1979—Sources/ South Asia—Politics and government—Sources/ Middle East—Foreign relations—United States—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—Middle East—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1961-1963—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1963-1969—Sources.

805.  Turkish biographical archive.  Jutta ed Sauer. microfiches . München: K.G. Saur Verlag, [1999]-.
   Will consist of 100,000 biographical entries on approximately 60,000 individuals from approximately 156 sources published between 1836 and 1998, covering the period from the 11th century to the present day.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
RR  microfc CT1902.T87 1999.
Turkey—Biography.

806.  [Reports of the Austrian ambassadors in Constantinople, January, 1833-1836].  12 reels .
Original mss. and printed material in the Haus,- Hof- und Staatsarchiv, Vienna.
microfilm DB24 Mic.
Austria—Foreign relations—Turkey/ Turkey—Foreign relations—Austria/ Austria.  Haus-, Hof- und Staatsarchive.

807.  [Reports on diplomatic relations between Austria and Turkey, 1836-1838].  9 reels .
Original mss. and printed material in the Haus,- Hof- und Staatsarchiv, Vienna.
microfilm DB25 Mic.
Austria—Foreign relations—Turkey/ Turkey—Foreign relations—Austria/ Austria.  Haus-, Hof- und Staatsarchive.

808.  Despatches from United States ministers to Turkey, 1818-1906 . United States.  Dept. of State 77 reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, no. 46. Washington: National Archives, 1966.
           Includes register of despatches.
microfm J92 M-46 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Turkey—Sources/ Turkey—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

809.  Records of the Department of State relating to political relations of Turkey, Greece and the Balkan States, 1930-1939. United States Dept. of State 11 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, T-1245. Washington: National Archives, National Records and Archives Service, General Services Administration, 1980.
The records are in many languages.
microfm DR48.U5 1980 Mic.
Balkan Peninsula—Foreign relations—Sources/ Balkan Peninsula—Politics and government—Sources/ Turkey—Foreign relations—1918-1960—Sources/ Turkey—Politics and government—1918-1960—Sources/ Greece—Foreign relations—Sources/ Greece—Politics and government—1917-1935—Sources/ Greece—Politics and government—1935-1967—Sources.

810.  Records of the Department of State relating to political relations of Turkey, Greece and the Balkan States, 1940-1944. United States. Dept. of State 2 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, M-1246. Washington, D.C: National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1980.
Microfilm of records in the United States National Archives and Records Service.
   Includes letters, telegrams, newspaper clippings, printed documents, etc., relating to the political relations of Turkey, Greece and the Balkan States from 1940-1944. The records are in many languages.
microfm DR48.U5 1980a Mic.
United States—Dept. of State/ Balkan Peninsula—Foreign relations—Sources/ Balkan Peninsula—Politics and government—Sources/ Turkey—Foreign relations—1918-1960—Sources/ Turkey—Politics and government—1918-1960—Sources/ Greece—Foreign relations—Sources/ Greece—Politics and government—1935-1967—Sources.

811.  Records of the Department of State relating to political relations between the United States and Egypt, 1910-1929. United States. Dept. of State 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm . Washington: National Archives, 1964.
microfm E183.8.E35U547 1964 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Egypt/ Egypt—Foreign relations—United States.

812.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  Egypt, 1945-1949:  internal affairs and foreign affairs.  19 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1987.
Accompanied by a printed reel guide, compiled by Blair Hydrick, with call no. DT107.82.H93 1985.
   The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State.  Department of State decimal file, internal affairs number 883 and foreign affairs decimal numbers 783 and 711.83.
microfm DT107.82.C663 Mic.
United States—Dept. of State—Archives/ Egypt—History—1919—-Sources.

813.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  Egypt, 1950-1954: internal affairs and foreign affairs.  38 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1985.
Accompanied by a printed reel guide, compiled by Blair Hydrick, with call no. DT107.82.H94 1985.
   The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State.  Department of State decimal file numbers 774, 874, 974, internal affairs and 674 and 611.74 foreign affairs.
microfm DT107.82.C664 Mic.
United States—Dept. of State—Archives/ Egypt—History—1919—-Sources/ Egypt—History—Revolution, 1952—Sources.

814.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  Syria, 1945-1949:   internal affairs, decimal number 890D and foreign affairs, decimal numbers 790D and 711.90D.  9 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1987.
Accompanied by a printed reel guide. The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State. Includes index.
microfm DS98.2.C66 1987 Mic.
Syria—History—20th century—Sources/ Syria—Foreign relations—Sources/ United States—Dept. of State—Archives.

815.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  Syria, 1950-1954:   internal affairs, decimal numbers 783, 883, and 983 and foreign affairs, decimal numbers 683 and 611.83 [microform]. 12 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1987.
Accompanied by a printed reel guide.  The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State. Includes index.
Microfm DS98.2.C67 1987 Mic.
Syria—History—20th century—Sources/ Syria—Foreign relations—Sources/ United States—Dept. of State—Archives.

816.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  Lebanon, 1945-1949:  internal affairs, decimal number 890E and foreign affairs, decimal numbers 790E and 711.90E.  5 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1987.
   "The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State.".
microfm DS87.C663 1987 Mic.
United States—Dept. of State/ Lebanon—History—1946-1975—Sources/ Lebanon—Foreign relations—Sources.

817.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  Lebanon, 1950-1954:  internal affairs, decimal numbers 783A and 983A; and foreign affairs, decimal numbers 683A and 611.83A.  13 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1987.
"The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State."  Printed guide at DS87.C664 1987 Index.
microfm DS87.C664 1987 Mic.
United States—Dept. of State—Archives/ Lebanon—History—1946-1975—Sources/ Lebanon—Foreign relations—Sources.

818.  Despatches from United States consuls in Jerusalem, Palestine, 1856-1906. United States. Consulate (Jerusalem) 5 microfilm reels . Washington: National Archives, 1969.
microfm E183.8.I7U547 1969 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Palestine—Sources/ Palestine—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

819.  Records of the United States Consulate in Jerusalem, Palestine confidential correspondence, 1920-1935 (record group 84). United States. Consulate.  Jerusalem 3 microfilm reels . [Wilmington, Del.]: Scholarly Resources, Inc, [197-].
"Filmed in cooperation with the National Archives and Records Administration.  Title on box: Records of the US Consulate in Jerusalem, Palestine, confidential correspondence, 1920-1935. Caption title: Confidential correspondence, U.S. Consulate, Jerusalem, 1920-1935.
Microfm E183.8.I7R433 1970z Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Palestine—Sources/ Palestine—Foreign relations—United States—Sources/ Palestine—History—1917-1948—Sources/ Palestine—Politics and government—1917-1948—Sources/ United States—Dept. of State—Archives/ United States National Archives and Records Administration.

820.  Ezel movement archives: Tel Aviv, 1936-1976.  190 microfiches . Zug, Switzerland: Inter Documentation Company, 1980.
Title on container: Ezel movement in mandatory Palestine. English and Hebrew.
   From introduction to printed guide:  In 1931 the Irgun tsevai leumi ("National Military Organization"), or Ezel, as it is known by its Hebrew acronym, was founded in Palestine after its separation from the Haganah unground organization.  During 1937-39, the years of the Arab Revolt, Ezel carried out acts of retaliation, warning and vengeance against the Arab population.   In 1944 Ezel proclaimed its official revolt against Britain with the aim of forcing British withdrawal from territories west of the Jordan, carrying out more than 200 attacks and acts of destruction against military and administrative premises.  In 1948 Ezel was voluntarily disbanded and integrated into the Israeli army, founding its political party, Herut.  Contents:  1. General. — 2. Internal information, commands, instructions. — 3. Actions and operations during 1937-1943. — 4. Actions and operations, Feb. 1944-Oct. 1945. — 5. Actions and operations, Nov. 1945-Aug. 1946. — 6. Actions and operations, Sept. 1946-Nov. 1947. — 7. Actions and operations after Nov. 1947. — 8. Conquest of Jaffa. — 9. Ezel-Jerusalem district, 1948. — 10. Conquest of Deir-Yasin village. — 11. Operations and actions:  classified chronological lists, reviews, evidence, etc. — 12. Pamphlets and publications in Hebrew. — 13. Posters, announcements, and radio broadcasts printed in Hebrew. — 14. Periodicals in Hebrew. — 15.  Pamphlets and publications in English. — 16. Military training. — 17. Relations between the Hagana and the Ezel. — 18. Case of the Altalena ship.
microfc DS126.E93 1980 Mic.
Irgun tsevai leumi/ Jewish-Arab relations—1917-1948/ Palestine—History—1917-1948/ Ezel movement in mandatory Palestine.

821.  Reports of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, confidential files, re Palestine, 1944-1946. Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Jewish Problems in Palestine and Europe 12 microfilm reels . Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 1987.
"Cataloged as NC3-43-77-2 (Lot 8) 71 A 6682 by the National Archives and Records Administration"—Introd. Accompanying guide to the Reports has call no. DS126.4.G93 1987.
microfm DS126.4.A59 1987 Mic.
United States—Dept. of State—Archives/ Holocaust survivors/ Jewish-Arab relations—1917-1949/ Palestine—Politics and government—1917-1948/ Palestine—Emigration and immigration.

822.  Qita' Ghazzah wa-Shimal Sina'. Manashir Awamir wa-I'lanat.
   Complete Hebrew/Arabic text, in nine volumes, of 460 military orders and amendments governing the Gaza Strip, issued between 1967-1983.  Library also holds the index.
uncat microfc RR5.  Ask at Regenstein 5th floor, JRL 560.

823.  al-Diffa al-Gharbiyah. Manashir Awamir wa-Ta'yinat.
   Complete Hebrew/Arabic text, in sixty-two volumes, of military orders and amendments governing the West Bank, issued between 1967-1983.  Library also holds the index.
uncat microfc RR5.  Ask at Regenstein 5th floor, JRL 560.

824.  Colonial maps & drawings.  Netherlands. Algemeen Rijksarchief. Afdeling Kaarten & Tekeningen 1579 microfiches .
   Cartographers and artists were employed by the United Dutch East India Company, the West India Company, and other agencies to chart waters, trace river courses, sound harbors, record fortifications, and sketch views of Dutch and indigenous settlements.  Divided into sections:  Atlases; Europe; Africa; Asia; Australia; North America; Caribbean; South America. Approximately 9,100 maps, charts, drawings in all, dating from 1583 and the early 19th century.  For full description, including reference to finding aids, see entry in General Works and Special Subjects section of this Guide.
microfc JV2511.N484 1992 Mic.
Netherlands—Colonies—Description and travel/ Netherlands—Colonies—Geography/ Netherlands—Colonies—Maps.

825.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  Iraq, 1945-1949, internal affairs, decimal number 890G; and foreign affairs, decimal number 711.90G.  10 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1987.
Accompanied by printed reel guide, compiled by Blair D. Hydrick, with call no. DS79.53.H92 1987. "The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State." Includes index.
microfm DS79.53.C663 Mic.
United States—Dept. of State—Archives/ Iraq—History—Hashemite Kingdom, 1921-1958—Sources/ Iraq—Foreign relations—Sources.

826.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  Iraq, 1950-1954: internal affairs, decimal numbers 787, 887, and 987; and foreign affairs, decimal numbers, 687 and 611.87.  18 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1987.
Accompanied by printed reel guide, compiled by Blair D. Hydrick, with call no. DS79.53.H93 1987. "The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State." Includes index.
microfm DS79.53.C664 Mic.
United States—Dept. of State—Archives/ Iraq—History—Hashemite Kingdom, 1921-1958—Sources/ Iraq—Foreign relations—Sources.

827.  Despatches from United States Ministers to Persia, 1883-1906. United States.  Dept. of State 11 microfilm reels . Washington, D.C: National Archives, 1954.
         Contents:  Reel 1.  Register, 1883-1906, and Despatches, Feb. 9, 1883-May 19, 1885. — Reel 2.  Aug. 17, 1885-June 30, 1887. — Reel 3.  July 1, 1887-May 31, 1888. — Reel 4.  June 4, 1888-Dec. 29, 1889. — Reel 5.  Jan. 2, 1890-Dec. 5, 1892. — Reel 6.  July 28, 1892-Aug. 29, 1894. — Reel 7.  Sept. 6, 1894-May 25, 1896. — Reel 8.  June 11, 1896-Dec. 28, 1898. — Reel 9.  Jan. 26, 1899-Dec. 4, 1901. — Reel 10.  Dec. 16, 1901-July 30, 1904. — Reel 11.  Aug. 3, 1904-Aug. 13, 1906.
microfm J92 M-223 Mic.
Iran—Foreign relations—United States/ United States—Foreign relations—Iran.

828.  Colonial maps & drawings.  Netherlands. Algemeen Rijksarchief. Afdeling Kaarten & Tekeningen 1579 microfiches .
   Cartographers and artists were employed by the United Dutch East India Company, the West India Company, and other agencies to chart waters, trace river courses, sound harbors, record fortifications, and sketch views of Dutch and indigenous settlements.  Divided into sections:  Atlases; Europe; Africa; Asia; Australia; North America; Caribbean; South America. Approximately 9,100 maps, charts, drawings in all, dating from 1583 and the early 19th century.  For full description, including reference to finding aids, see entry in General Works and Special Subjects section of this Guide.
microfc JV2511.N484 1992 Mic.
Netherlands—Colonies—Description and travel/ Netherlands—Colonies—Geography/ Netherlands—Colonies—Maps.

829.  [Documents on Persia, 1899-1913]. Great Britain. Foreign Office 16 microfilm reels . [London: Great Britain Public Records Office, 197.
   English and Persian. List of Foreign Office records.  Contents:  reel 1. Consul General at Bushire, 1890-1891 (F.O. 60/516-528) — reel 2. Consuls General at Bushire, Mashad, various, 1894. (F.O. 60/562-563) — reel 3. Consul General at Bushire, diplomatic despatches, 1896-1897 (F.O. 60/580, 584) — reel 4. Consuls General at Isfahan, Kerman, etc., 1897-1898 (F.O. 60/588, 598) — reel 5. Consuls General at Bushire, Mashad, Tabriz, etc. 1898-1900 (F.O. 60/598, 612, 621) — reel 6. Consuls General at Bushire, Isfahan, etc. 1900-1901 (F.O. 60/621, 641) — reel 7. Affairs of Seistan, Consular establishments at Kerman, etc. 1894-1901 (F.O. 60/647-648) — reel 8. Consular establishments at Kerman, Consuls Generals at Bushire, Isfahan, etc., Affairs of Seistan 1894-1902, (F.O. 60/648, 655, 663) — reel 9. Affairs of Seistan 1901, Consuls General at Bushire, etc. 1902 (F.O. 60/663, 672) — reel 10. Consuls General at Bushire, etc. 1902, 1904, Commercial Convention (treaty papers) 1903-1904 (F.O. 60/672, 686, 691) — reel 11. Commerical Convention and papers, 1903-1904 (F.O. 60/691-692) — reel 12. Gazetteer of Kermanshah, 1904, Consuls General at Bushire, etc. 1905 (F.O. 60/695-696, 704 — reel 13. Consuls General at Bushire, etc. 1905, Consular establishments at Kerman, etc., 1902-1903 (F.O. 60/704, 717) — reel 14. Consular establishments at Kerman, etc., 1904-1905 (F.O. 60/717-718) — reel 15. Consular establishments at Kerman, etc. (cont.), Affairs of Seistan 1903 Jan.-Apr., 1905 July-Dec. (F.O. 60/718, 723, 729) — reel 16. Affairs of Seistan (cont.) 1905 July-Dec. (F.O. 60/729).
microfm DS311.G73 1970z Mic.
Iran—History—Qajar dynasty, 1794-1925—Sources/ Iran—Foreign relations—Great Britain—Sources/ Great Britain—Foreign relations—Iran—Sources/ Great Britain. Public Record Office.

830.  Notes to foreign legations in the United States from the Department of State, 1834-1906: Korea, Persia and Siam [microform], January 10, 1888-August 11, 1906. United States. Dept. of State 1 reel . National Archives Microfilm Publications, 99. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
File microcopies of records in the National Archives, no. 99, roll 68.  National Archives (U.S.) Record group no.59: General records of the Department of State, roll 68.
microfmE183.8.K6U558 1949.
United States — Foreign relations — Iran/ Iran — Foreign relations — United States.

831.  [Correspondence relating to Persia]. Great Britain. Foreign Office 11 microfilm reels . [London: Great Britain Public Records Office, 197-?].
English and Persian.
microfm DS313.G715 1970z Mic.
Iran—History—1905-1911—Sources/ Iran—History—20th century—Sources/ Iran—Foreign relations—Great Britain—Sources/ Great Britain—Foreign relations—Iran—Sources/ Great Britain. Public Record Office.

832.  [Documents and correspondence relating to Tabriz]. Great Britain. Foreign Office 7 microfilm reels . [London: Great Britain Public Records Office, 197.
   English and Persian. Lists document records F.O. 449-F.O. 550. Contents:  Reel 1. Correspondence from Foreign Office, 1837-1850 (F.O. 449). Correspondence from legation at Teheran, 1852-1853 — reel 2. Correspondence from legation at Teheran (cont.). Correspondence (Miscellaneous), 1853-1856. Correspondence from Foreign Office, 1856-1857 — reel 3. Correspondence from Foreign Office, 1856-1857 (cont.). Correspondence (Miscellaneous), 1856-1859. Correspondence from Foreign Office, 1862-1866 — reel 4. Correspondence from Foreign Office, 1862-1866 (cont.). Correspondence from legation at Teheran, 1869-1871. Correspondence to and from Miscellaneous, 1904-1905 — reel 5. Correspondence to and from legation at Teheran, 1905. Tabriz: letter books to legation at Teheran, 1855-Mar.3 1858 (F.O. 450). Letter books to legation at Teheran, Mar. 4 1858-1859. Letter books to Foreign Office, 1858-Jan. 15 1858, Jan. 15. 1860-1862. Letter books to India Office, Dec. 23 1858-Feb. 14 1860 — reel 6. Letter books to Miscellaneous, 1861-1864. Letter books to Persian authorities, 1865-April 1872. Letter books to Persian authorities, July 1872-June 1878 — reel 7. Letter books to Persian authorities (cont.). Letter books to Persian authorities, June 27 1878-1889. Letter books to legation at Teheran, 1877-1885. Letter books to American legation, 1898-1905 (includes correspondence with American citizens and a register of correspondence for 1899 and 1902). Letter books to Foreign Office, 1898-1904. Letter books to legation at Teheran, 1900-1904 (includes customs statistics for 1923-1924 [?1903-1904] ). List of Foreign Office records, v. 7, p. 378-379.
microfm  DS274.2.G7G6 1970z Mic.
Iran—Foreign relations—Great Britain—Sources/ Great Britain—Foreign relations—Iran—Sources/ Iran—History—Qajar dynasty, 1794-1925—Sources/ Iran—History—20th century—Sources/ Great Britain. Public Record Office.

15.  South Asia. Southeast Asia.

833.  Indian biographical archive.  ed,  Laureen Baillie. 530 microfiches . München: K.G. Saur Verlag, [1997?]-.
   A single alphabet cumulationn of approximately 170 sources published from the mid-nineteenth to the late twentieth century with biographies on approximately 100,000 individuals.  Geographical coverage includes India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka.  Historically, coverage extends from earliest times to the late 20th century.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
RR  microfc CT1502.I535 1997.
India—Biography—Dictionaries.

834.  Colonial maps & drawings.  Netherlands. Algemeen Rijksarchief. Afdeling Kaarten & Tekeningen 1579 microfiches .
   Cartographers and artists were employed by the United Dutch East India Company, the West India Company, and other agencies to chart waters, trace river courses, sound harbors, record fortifications, and sketch views of Dutch and indigenous settlements.  Divided into sections:  Atlases; Europe; Africa; Asia; Australia; North America; Caribbean; South America. Approximately 9,100 maps, charts, drawings in all, dating from 1583 and the early 19th century.  For full description, including reference to finding aids, see entry in General Works and Special Subjects section of this Guide.
microfc JV2511.N484 1992 Mic.
Netherlands—Colonies—Description and travel/ Netherlands—Colonies—Geography/ Netherlands—Colonies—Maps.

835.  [Manuscript records of British shipping from the East Indies and China.  17th and 18th centuries.]. Bodleian Library.
Selections from Rawlinson mss.:  A.198, 245, 289, 302, 303, 324, 334; C.869, 970; D.391, 592, 747, 813.
microfm HF77 Mic.
Great Britain—Commerce—India/ Great Britain—Commerce—China/ East India Company (English).

836.  [Manuscript records of British shipping, mainly from the East Indies.  17th and 18th centuries.]. British Museum.  Dept. of Manuscripts 1 reel .
Selections from British Museum Additional mss. 38872, 22185, 15898, 5540; and Sloane mss. 2296, 3671, 2902.
microfm HF76 Mic.
East India Company (English)/ Great Britain—Commerce—India.

837.  [Manuscript records of British shipping, mainly from the East Indies.  17th and 18th centuries]. Great Britain.  India Office.  Record Branch 2 reels .
   Contents:  Marine records:  miscellaneous, v. 4.  Lists of ships and cargoes for the years 1685-91.  Home miscellaneous series, v. 15, pt. 3:  Invoices of goods inwards 1674 and 1675. — Factory records Java, v. 4, 1664-76:  Extracts of Bantam letters to the Company.  v. 5, 1664-70: Bantam consultations.  v. 6, 1670-1702:  Bantam consultations.  v. 7, 1677-1707:  Abstracts of letters from Bantam, 1677-82; Tonquin, 1682-89.
microfm HF80 Mic.
Great Britain—Commerce—East Indies/ East India Company (English).

838.  [Records] 1703-50. East India Company (English) 15 reels .
Original mss. in India Office Library, Office of Commonwealth Relations; negative film in the possession of Holden Furber, Univ. of Penna.
microfm HF86 Mic.
East India Company (English).

839.  [List of India Office records, v. p., 1702-1936]. Great Britain.  India Office 179 fiches in six boxes . Tumba, Sweden: International Documentation Center AB.
microfc DS10 Mic.
India—History—Sources/ India—Government publications.

840.  India Office and Burma Office list.  1803-1947.  2815 cards in 70 boxes . Tumba, Sweden: International Documentation Centre, [1966].
   East-India register and directory, 1803- 44; East-India register and army list, 1845-60; Indian army and civil service list,  1861-76; India list, civil and military, 1877-85; India Office list; 1886-95; India list and India Office list, 1896-1906; India Office list; 1907-37; Dominions Office and Colonial Office list; ... Commonwealth Relations Office year book.
microfc JQ1 Mic.
India—Registers/ Burma—Registers.

841.  Fifty-two letters from Dr. Carey at Serampore, to Dr. Ryland, at Bristol. [1793-1825]. William Carey.
microfm BV48 Mic.
Missions—India/ Carey, William.

842.  Serampore pamphlets.  46 reels . [v. p.].
microfm DS226 Mic.
India—History—19th century—Sources.

843.  Abstract of the journal of Rev. Dan Beach Bradley, M.D. medical missionary in Siam, 1835-1873 ; published by his son Dan F. Bradley, . . . edited by Rev. George Haws Feltus . . . Cleveland, Ohio. Dan Beach Bradley vii, 305 p; 1 reel of microfilm . Cleveland, Ohio: Printed in the Multigraph Department of Pilgrim Church, 1936.
"This manuscript has been transcribed for private circulation ... The original diary is in the Oberlin college library.".
microfm BV104 Mic.
Missions—Thailand/ Thailand.

844.  Report, v. 1-36; 1885-1921. Indian National Congress 273 microfiches in 6 boxes . Zug, Switzerland: Inter-Documentations Company.
Printed holdings at JQ289.I4A3.
microfc JQ2 Mic.
Indian National Congress/ India—Politics and government.

845.  The Sarvodaya Movement in India in the 1950s.  253 microfiches . Amsterdam: International Institute of Social History, 1997.
Accompanied by a printed guide, entitled: Guide to The Sarvodaya Movement in India in the 1950s (55 p. ; 29 cm.).
   Consists of 130 titles mostly in Hindi, one in Urdu, and the rest in English, covering a wide range of subjects, including traditional crafts, philosophy, Bhoodan, self-management, Sarvodaya movement conferences, education, spiritual songs, Gandhi, agriculture, economics, etc. Many of the works were written by Vinoba Bhave.
Mic  microfc HN687.S278 1997.
Sarvodaya movement—India—Sources/ Land tenure—India—Sources/ Social movements—India—Sources/ India—Social conditions—1947—-Sources.

846.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  India, foreign affairs, 1945-1949 [microform].  2 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1986.
The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State.  Accompanying guide to the collection on microfilm has call no. DS480.83.G78 1986. Includes indexes.
microfm DS480.83.C58 1986 Mic .
India—Politics and government—1919-1947—Sources/ India—Politics and government—1947—-Sources/ India—Foreign relations—Sources/ United States—Dept. of State—Archives.

847.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files.  India, internal affairs, 1945-1949 [microform].  editor,  Michael C. Davis. 43 microfilm reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1986.
The documents are from Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State.  Accompanying guide to the collection on microfilm has call no. DS480.83.G782 1986. Includes indexes.
microfm DS480.83.C582 1986 Mic.
India—Politics and government—1919-1947—Sources/ India—Politics and government—1947—-Sources/ India—Social conditions—Sources/ India—Economic conditions—Sources/ United States—Dept. of State—Archives.

848.  China and India.  6 reels . O.S.S./State Department Intelligence and Research Reports, 3. Washington: University Publications of America, 1977.
Printed guide at call number UB251.U5K38.
           Office of Strategic Studies and the State Department commissioned scholars in international affairs and a variety of area studies to write special, top-secret reports during World War II and the Cold War, which helped to shape U.S. foreign policy decisions.  See related 1950-1961 supplement.
microfm UB7 Mic.
Intelligence service—United States/ Military intelligence/ United States—military relations—China/ United States—Military relations—India/ United States.  Office of Strategic Services/ United States.  Department of State.

849.  China and India: 1950-1961 supplement.  5 reels . O.S.S./State Department Intelligence and Research Reports, 9. Washington: University Publications of America, 1979.
Printed guide at call number UB251.U5K39.
           Office of Strategic Studies and the State Department commissioned scholars in international affairs and a variety of area studies to write special, top-secret reports during World War II and the Cold War, which helped to shape U.S. foreign policy decisions.  See related series.
microfm UB8 Mic.
Intelligence service—United States/ Military intelligence/ United States—military relations—China/ United States—Military relations—India/ United States.  Office of Strategic Services/ United States.  Department of State.

850.  Records of the Department of State relating to internal affairs of Pakistan, 1945-1949. United States.  Dept. of State 6 reels . Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, [1994].
microfm DS384.R436 1994 Mic.
Pakistan—History—Sources/ Pakistan—Politics and government—Sources/ United States.  Dept. of State.

851.  Notes to foreign legations in the United States from the Department of State, 1834-1906: Korea, Persia and Siam [microform], January 10, 1888-August 11, 1906. United States. Dept. of State 1 reel . National Archives Microfilm Publications, 99. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
File microcopies of records in the National Archives, no. 99, roll 68.  National Archives (U.S.) Record group no.59: General records of the Department of State, roll 68.
microfmE183.8.K6U558 1949.
United States — Foreign relations — Thailand/ Thailand — Foreign relations — United States.

852.  South-East Asian biographical archive.  Berend ed Wispelwey. 501 microfiches . München: K.G. Saur Verlag, [1997?]-.
   Comprises approximately 85,000 biographical entries on
about 55,000 persons from Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.   Both the colonial era and subsequent independence movements in south-east Asia are included in the Archive.  Biographies were selected from more than 300 sources.  About 10,000 entries include abstracts in English.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
RR  microfc CT1592.S688 1997.
Asia, Southeastern—Biography—Dictionaries.

853.  Despatches from United States consuls in Saigon, 1886-1906. United States Consulate (Saigon) 1 roll . National Archives Microfilm Publications, microcopy T103. Washington: National Archives and Records Service, Central Service Administration, 1957.
Part of a body of records in the National Archives designated as Record Group 59, General records of the Dept. of State.
 Mic microfm DS557.A63U574 1957.
Diplomatic and consular service, American/ United States—Foreign relations—Vietnam/ Vietnam—Foreign relations—United States.

854.  Records of the Department of State relating to the internal affairs of France, 1910-1929: Indochina. United States. Dept. of State 3 rolls microfilm . [Washington, D.C.?: The Dept, 19—].
M560, rolls 150-152.
Mic microfmE183.8.I5U55 1900z.
United States—Foreign relations—Indochina—Sources/ Indochina—Foreign relations—United States—Sources/ Indochina—History—Sources/ France—Foreign relations—Indochina—Sources/ Indochina—Foreign relations—France—Sources.

855.  Records of the Department of State relating to the internal affairs of France, 1930-1939: Indochina. United States. Dept. of State 5 rolls microfilm . [Washington, D.C.?: The Dept, 19—].
M1442 rolls 83-87.
Mic microfmE183.8.I5U552 1900z.
United States—Foreign relations—Indochina—Sources/ Indochina—Foreign relations—United States—Sources/ Indochina—History—Sources/ France—Foreign relations—Indochina—Sources/ Indochina—Foreign relations—France—Sources.

856.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files, Indochina. Internal affairs, 1945-1949. United States. Dept. of State 10 microfilm reels . Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1985.
The documents in this collection are from Record Group #59, Records of the Department of State, Central Files: Indochina ... at the National Archives, Washington, D.C.
   Printed guide at DS550.C6 1985.
Mic  microfm DS550.C6 1985.
Indochina—Politics and government/ Indochina—Economic conditions.

857.  Vietnam and Southeast Asia: special studies, 1960-1980.  editor Paul Kesaris. 13 reels . Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1982.
Accompanied by printed reel guide compiled by Robert Lester.
   Comprised of federally commissioned, in-depth research from leading public and private policy research facilities, this series includes reviews of the U.S. military’s herbicide program; appraisals of the economic and political effects of U.S. bombing in North Vietnam; contemporary evaluations of such programs as rural pacification and Vietnamization; analyses of Viet Cong tactics and strategies; studies of U.S military assistance programs; and reports on the Sino-Vietnamese border conflicts and other postwar problems.
Mic microfm DS556.9.V53 1982 .
Vietnam — History — 1945-1975 — Sources/ Vietnam — History — 1975- — Sources/ Asia, Southeastern — History — Sources.

858.  Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Vietnam 1960-January 1963: internal affairs and foreign affairs. United States. Dept. of State 24 microfilm reels . Bethesda, Md: University Publications of America, 1998.
Mic  microfm DS557.4.U657 1998.
United States—Dept. of State/ Vietnam—Foreign relations—United States—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—Vietnam—Sources/ Vietnam—Politics and government—1945-1975—Sources.

859.  Vietnam, national security files, 1961-1963 [microform].  project coordinator,  Robert Lester. 7 reels . Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, 1987.
Guide to collection on microfilm has call no. UA853.V48H47 1991.
            Microfilmed from the "country files" of the National Security Council files held at the John F. Kennedy Library.  Files include cable traffic, memoranda of conversations between U.S. and foreign officials, minutes of meetings of U.S. officials, intelligence reports assessing foreign policy issues, internal White House memoranda, agendas and records of top-level conferences.
microfm UA853.V48V45 1987 Mic.
Vietnam—National security—Sources/ United States—National security—Sources/ United States—Foreign relations—1961-1963—Sources/ John F. Kennedy Library—Archives.

860.  Obras clásicas de lenguas indígenas de Filipinas.  Regalado Trota ed. Jose. 1 computer optical disc . Madrid: Fundación Histórica Tavera, 1998.
Includes 14 works (15 vv., 10,000 pages), on the indigenous languages of the Philippines.
   Authors represented:  Figueroa, Antonio; Herrejón, Santos; Lisboa, Marcos de; López, Francisco; Méntrida, Alonso de; Naves, José; Pardo de Tavera, T. H.; San Agustín, Andrés de; Sánchez de la Rosa, Antonio; Santos, Domingo de los; Totanes, Sebastián de.
PL5507 .O373 1998 JMedia _CDRom_ .
Philippine languages.

16.  East Asia

861.  Chinese biographical archive = Chinesisches biographisches Archiv.  Stephan von ed Minden. 442 microfiches . München: K.G. Saur Verlag, [1997?].
A single-alphabet cumulation of 115,000 biographical entries on 67,200 individuals within the cultural sphere of China, ranging from the historical beginnings to the present days.
   The biographies are written in English, Chinese, German and French, collated from 88 sources, biographical reference works, manuals and related publications, comprising 130 volumes altogether.  All entries are arranged and transcribed according to the Hanyu-pinyin System.   44,000 entries from Chinese standard works are provided with abstracts in English.  Indexed by the 3 v. Chinese Biographical Index, CT1821.C556 1997 Index .
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
RR  microfc CT1821.C556 1997.
China/ Taiwan—Biography/ Hong Kong (China)—Biography.

862.  China missionaries oral history collection.  ed,  Cyrus Henderson Peake, and Arthur L. Rosenbaum. 2 reels . Glen Rock, N.J: Microfilming Corp. of America, 1973.
"Part 1." Includes biographical data. Includes indexes.
microfm BV102 Mic.
Missions—China—History—Sources/ Missionaries—America/ China—History—20th century—Sources.

863.  [Manuscript records of British shipping from the East Indies and China.  17th and 18th centuries.]. Bodleian Library.
Selections from Rawlinson mss.:  A.198, 245, 289, 302, 303, 324, 334; C.869, 970; D.391, 592, 747, 813.
microfm HF77 Mic.
Great Britain—Commerce—India/ Great Britain—Commerce—China/ East India Company (English).

864.  [Registers (Modern series) and indexes to general correspondence : China, 1815-1890]. Great Britain Foreign Office, and Great Britain Public Record Office 8 microfilm reels . [London: Great Britain Public Records Office, 197.
Mic _  microfm  _DA47.9.C5G73 1970z.
Great Britain—Foreign relations—China—Sources/ China—Foreign relations—Great Britain—Sources.

865.  China letters [v. p.] 1837-1900. Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A.  Board of Foreign Missions 55 reels .
Microfilm prepared by the Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia.  U. of Chicago reels 3-55 correspond to reels 18-218, 233-237, and 245-261 of the original microfilm collection.  Index of collection given on reel 1-2.
microfm DS 187 Mic.
China—History—19th century—Sources.

866.  Despatches from United States ministers to China, 1843-1906. United States.  Dept. of State 131 reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, no. 92. Washington: National Archives, 1946-1958.
   Includes register of despatches.
microfm J92 M-92 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China—Sources/ China—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

867.  Notes from the Chinese legation in the United States to the Department of State, 1868-1906. United States.  Dept. of State 6 microfilm reels . File Microcopies of Records in the National Archives; No.  98. Washington: National Archives.
microfm J92 M-98 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China—Sources/ China—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

868.  Despatches from United States consuls in Amoy, 1844-1906. China United States.  Consulate. Amoy 15 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.100. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
microfm J92 M-100 Mic .
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ Amoy (China).

869.  Despatches from United States consuls in Canton, 1790-1906. China United States.  Consulate. Canton 20 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.101. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
microfm J92 M-101 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ (China)/ Canton (China).

870.  Despatches from United States consuls in Chefoo, 1863-1906. China United States.  Consulate.  Chefoo 9 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.102. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
microfm J92 M-102 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ Chefoo (China).

871.  Despatches from United States consuls in Chinkiang, 1864-1902. China United States.  Consulate.  Chinkiang 7 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.103. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
See Nanking, China, for later despatches.
microfm J92 M-103 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ Chinkiang (China).

872.  Despatches from United States consuls in Chunking, 1896-1906. China United States.  Consulate.  Chunking 1 microfilm reel . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.104. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
microfm J92 M-104 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ Chunking (China).

873.  Despatches from United States consuls in Foochow, 1849-1906. China United States.  Consulate.  Foochow 10 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.105. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
microfm J92 M-105 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ Foochow (China).

874.  Despatches from United States consuls in Hangchow, 1904-1906. China United States.  Consulate.  Hangchow 1 microfilm reel . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.106. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
microfm J92 M-106 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ Hangchow (China).

875.  Despatches from United States consuls in Hankow, 1861-1906. China United States.  Consulate.  Hankow 8 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.107. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
microfm J92 M-107 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ Hankow (China).

876.  Despatches from United States consuls in Hong Kong, 1844-1906. United States.  Consulate.  Hong Kong 21 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.108. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
microfm J92 M-108 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ Hong Kong.

877.  Selected records of  the United States consulate in Kunming, 1922-1928. China United States.  Consulate.  Kunming 19 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.T-402. Washington: National Archives.
microfm J92 T-402 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ Kunming (China).

878.  Despatches from United States consuls in Macao, 1849-1906. China United States.  Consulate.  Macao 2 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.109. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
See also Canton, China.
microfm J92 M-109 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ Macao.

879.  Selected records of  the United States consulate in Mukden, 1904-1906. China United States.  Consulate.  Mukden 1 microfilm reel . National Archives Microfilm Publications, T-105. Washington: National Archives.
microfm J92 T-105 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ Mukden (China).

880.  Despatches from United States consuls in Nanking, 1902-1906. China United States.  Consulate.  Nanking 1 microfilm reel . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.110. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
See Chinkiang, China, for earlier despatches.
microfm J92 M-110 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ Nanking (China).

881.  Despatches from United States consuls in Ningpo, 1853-1896. China United States.  Consulate.  Ningpo 4 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.111. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
microfm J92 M-111 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ Ningpo (China).

882.  Despatches from United States consuls in Shanghai, 1847-1906. China United States.  Consulate.  Shanghai 53 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.112. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
microfm J92 M-112 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ Shanghai (China).

883.  Despatches from United States consuls in Swatow, 1860-1881. China United States.  Consulate.  Swatow 4 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.113. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
microfm J92 M-113 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ Swatow (China).

884.  Despatches from United States consuls in Tientsin, 1868-1906. China United States.  Consulate.  Tientsin 8 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.114. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
microfm J92 M-114 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States/ Tientsin (China).

885.  Records of the Department of State relating to internal affairs of China, 1910-1929 .  227 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications M, microcopy no. 329. Washington [D.C.]: National Archives, 1960.
microfm J92 M-329 Mic.
China—Politics and government—1912-1949—Sources/ China—History—1912-1949—Sources.

886.  Records of the Department of State relating to political relations of the United States with China, 1910-29. United States.  Dept. of State 2 reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, microcopy no. 339. Washington, D. C: National Archives and Records Service, 1960.
microfm J92 M-339Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—China/ China—Foreign relations—United States.

887.  Korean biographical archive (KBA) = Koreanisches biographisches Archiv. Axel Frey, and K.G. Saur Verlag ca. 300 fiches . München: K.G. Saur Verlag, [2000?]-.
   Includes in a single alphabetical sequence about 85,000 biographical entries from c. 150 source works encompassing more than 270 volumes published until 1999.   Contains biographical entries on more than 45,000 men and women from all periods of Korean history, along with Korean emigrants and foreigners who have influenced Korea’s development.  The biographies are written in Korean, English, German, and French. Entries for approximately 20,000 persons, derived from Korean standard works, and have been provided with abstracts in English.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
CT1842 .K67 RR  microfc CT1842.K67 2000.
Korea—Biography—Dictionaries.

888.  Missionary files, 1846-1949 Korea. Methodist Episcopal Church 27 reels . Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, [199-?].
   The Board of Foreign Missions was created in 1907. The vast majority of materials consists of correspondence from the mission field to the Board headquarters and vice versa. The correspondence includes extensive details about the social conditions in the countries in which they served as well as considerable information about the conduct of the missions themselves.
   Mission work in Korea began in 1884, the early efforts centered in Seoul and Pyongyang. The Japanese occupation of Korea from 1910 through 1945 somewhat disrupted the work of the missionaries.  During the period of the Japanese occupation, there are few independent sources of information about conditions in the peninsula other than those of missionaries.
   Part 1.Missionary Files, Methodist Episcopal Church. Board Correspondence, 1884-1915 (reels 15-17); Korea; part 2. Missionary Files, Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Missionary Correspondence 1897-1940 (reels 112-115); Korea; part 3. Missionary Files, Methodist Church, 1912-1949, Korea (reels 129-149).
Mic microfmBV3460.M48 1846.
Methodist Episcopal Church/ Missions—Korea—History—Sources.

889.  Diplomatic instructions of the Department of State, 1801-1906.  Korea.  United States.  Department of State  1 roll . Washington, D. C.: National Archives.
National Archives microfilm publications, M77, roll 109.
   Diplomatic instructions are copies of communications to American diplomatic representatives, and for the early years, to consular representatives.  They relate to all phases of U.S. foreign relations and the administration of diplomatic posts.  Before 1870 most volumes of instructions contain a register of contents.  Later contents are listed in a unified register.
Mic microfm E183.8.K6U555 1946.
United States — Foreign relations — Korea/ Korea — Foreign relations — United States.

890.  Despatches from United States ministers to Korea, 1883-1905. United States Embassy. Korea 22 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications M, microcopy no. 134. Washington: National Archives, 1951.
Part of Record Group 59, General Records of the Dept. of State.
microfm E183.8.K6U558 1951 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Korea—Sources/ Korea—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

891.  Notes to foreign legations in the United States from the Department of State, 1834-1906: Korea, Persia and Siam [microform], January 10, 1888-August 11, 1906. United States. Dept. of State 1 reel . National Archives Microfilm Publications, 99. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
File microcopies of records in the National Archives, no. 99, roll 68.  National Archives (U.S.) Record group no.59: General records of the Department of State, roll 68.
microfm E183.8.K6U558 1949 Mic.
United States — Foreign relations — Korea — Sources/ Korea — Foreign relations — United States — Sources.

892.  Despatches from United States consuls in Seoul, 1886-1906. Korea United States.  Consulate.  Seoul 2 microfilm reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no.167. Washington: National Archives, 1949.
microfm J92 M-167 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Korea/ Korea—Foreign relations—United States/ Seoul, Korea.

893.  Japanese biographical archive.  Berend ed Wispelwey. ca. 400 microfiches . München: K.G. Saur Verlag, [2000?]-.
   Will consist of a single-alphabetic cumulation of 85,000 biographies of about 65,000 individuals appearing in about 87 biographical reference works, published up to 1998.  The biographies are written in Japanese, English, German, French, and other western languages; aboutg 25,000 entries from Japanese standard works will be provided with English abstracts.
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
RR  microfc CT1832.J37 2000 .
Japan—Biography—Dictionaries.

894.  Despatches from United States ministers to Japan, 1855-1906. United States.  Dept. of State 82 reels . National Archives Microfilm Publications, no. 133. Washington: National Archives, 1965.
           Includes register of despatches.
microfm J92 M-133 Mic.
United States—Foreign relations—Japan—Sources/ Japan—Foreign relations—United States—Sources.

895.  The MAGIC documents : summaries and transcripts of the top secret diplomatic communications of Japan, 1938-1945.  14 microfilms . Washington, D.C: University Publications of America, Inc, 1980.
"A Calendar to the MAGIC documents" has call no. DS840.K4; "A subject and name index to The MAGIC documents" has call no. DS840.K41. Microfilm of typescript.
           Under the code name MAGIC, the United States produced summaries and transcripts of intercepted and deciphered messages between the Japanese Foreign Office and its key personnel and allies throughout the world from 1938 to 1945.  Top secret messages to and from Japanese diplomats in Tokyo, Berlin, Moscow, Rome, Hanoi, Nanking, and elsewhere were read daily by American officials.
microfm DS413 Mic.
Japan—Gaimusho—Records and correspondence/ World War, 1939-1945—Japan—Sources/ World War, 1939-1945—Sources/ Japan—Foreign relations—1912-1945—Sources.

896.  Japan and its occupied territories during World War II.  16 reels . O.S.S./State Department Intelligence and Research Reports, 1. Washington: University Publications of America, 1977.
Printed guide at call number UB251.U5J2.
           Office of Strategic Studies and the State Department commissioned scholars in international affairs and a variety of area studies to write special, top-secret reports during World War II and the Cold War, which helped to shape U.S. foreign policy decisions.
microfm UB9 Mic.
Intelligence service—United States/ Military intelligence/ United States—military relations—Japan/ United States.  Office of Strategic Services/ United States.  Department of State.

897.  Justin Williams, Sr. papers, 1945-1952. Justin Williams 43 reels . Bethlehem, Pa: Micrographics Preservation Service for University of Maryland at College Park, [Libraries], 1992.
This collection is part of the Gordon W. Prange Collection at the University of Maryland at College Park.  Guide at JQ1611.W56 1992.
   Williams served as chief of the Legislative Division of the Allied Occupation forces in post-World War II Japan, and had responsibility for guiding and advising the Japanese Cabinets Ministers and National Diet officials on the interpretation of the Constitution and Diet Law; for producing reports on political developments in Japan that were McArthur's main source of information on Diet activities; and for coordinating and securing concurrence of appropriate GHQ Staff Sections in all legislative bills prior to their introduction in the Diet, thus insuring that all legislative enactments conformed to Occupation objectives.  The bulk of the materials in the collection falls between 1946 and 1952, and includes memoranda, journal articles, press analyses, press clippings, correspondence, and William's notes that relate to the Occupation in general and parliamentary, political, and constitutional change in post WWII Japan in particular.
Mic  microfm JQ1611.W56 1992.
Williams, Justin/ Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers—Government Section/ Japan—Kokkai/ Japan—History—Allied occupation, 1945-1952/ Japan—Politics and government—1945-.

898.  Charles L. Kades papers. Charles L. Kades1946.
This collection is part of the Gordon W. Prange Collection at the University of Maryland at College Park.  In English and Japanese; some of the English is translated from Japanese.
microfm D802.J3K33 1946.
Japan. Kenpo (1946)/ Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers. Government Section/ Constitutions — Japan/ Constitutional law — Japan/ Japan — History — Allied occupation, 1945-1952/ Japan — Politics and government — 1945- .

17.  Australasia. Oceania.

899.  Ethnological and historical sources for the islands of the Pacific.  Canberra: Pacific Manuscripts Bureau.
Extremely varied sources on the ethnology and history of the islands of the Pacific, including material by government officials, missionaries, whalers, travelers and others.
   Representative titles include the following:
Archives of the Catholic Diocese of Wallis and Futuna : Inventory of microfilms OMPA 101-126. 1985. — Administrative Archives of the Catholic Archdiocese of Papeete, 1833-1969.  60 reels.  Canberra:  Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Australian National University, 1968.  — Archives of the Marist Fathers, Rome : Inventory of microfilms OMPA 80-100. 1985. — Alege [Alenge], Joseph.  Diaries (English translation from Roviana original). 1940.  1 reel. — Baldwin, Father Bernard.  Papuan notes and Trobriand Islands linguistic material. 1940.  2 reels. — Bille, Steen Andersen.  Papers re Galathea expedition. 1845.  1 reel. — Brown, George.  Dictionary and Grammar of the Duke of York Island Language. n.d.  1 reel. — Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.  Legends, journals, diaries, correspondence etc. re various Pacific Island missions. 1851.  1 reel. — Dempwolff, Otto 1871-1938.  Papers Regarding Pacific Linguistics. 1897.  3 reels; Bulk:1913-38. — Dengate, Catherine.  British Naval Vessells in the Pacific Islands A provisional index to source material. 1800.  2 reels. — Eastman, Rev. George Herbert.  A Rarotongan-English Dictionary. 1918.  1 reel. — Fiji Independent News Service, Sydney.   Fiji Situation Report. 1987.  1 reel. — Fison, Rev. Lorimer.  Articles, letters and miscellaneous papers. 1873.  1 reel. — Fison, Rev. Lorimer.  Correspondence from Lewis Henry Morgan and some others. 1870.  1 reel. — Government of Tonga.  Premier's (Shirley Baker's) letterbooks-out. 1873.  3 reels. — Gribble, Rev. Cecil F.  Miscellaneous papers relating to Tonga and Fiji. 1900.  1 reel. — Hill, Samuel.  Journals of voyages in the ships OPHELIA and PACKET. 1815.  1 reel. — Kevisi, John.  Diary (photocopy of original in Roviana). 1937.  1 reel. — Lee, Sister Ada.  Excerpts from Sister Lee's diaries relating to her service with the Methodist Overseas Mission in the Solomon Islands 19 Jul 1934-30 Aug 1938, 25 Nov 1946-20 Aug 1948, 17 Apr 1952-29 Jan 1966. 1934.  2 reels. — Luxton, T. J. Rev. Clarence.  Diaries, correspondence and related papers. 1945.  1 reel. — Melanesian Mission, Siota Solomon Islands.  Letterbook. 1924.  1 reel. — Melanesian Mission, Sydney.  Letterbook. 1934.  1 reel. — Montauban, Father Paul.  Trois and de captivite a Buka. 1942.  1 reel. — New England Microfilming Project.  Definitive index to the Pacific ports and islands visited by American whalers and traders in the 19th century. n.d.  1 reel. — Neyret, Father Jean Baptiste.  Belep-French Dictionary. n.d.  1 reel. — Neyret, Father Jean Baptiste.  French-Belep Dictionary. n.d.  1 reel. — Parfit, Peter.  Fiji Diary. n.d.  1 reel. — Rickard, Rev. R. H.  Dictionary of New Britain dialect. 1889.  1 reel. — Ringi, Daniel.  Diaries (photocopy of Roviana originals and English translations). 1951.  1 reel. — Roman Catholic Mission, Fiji.  Miscellaneous papers, chiefly historical. 1926.  1 reel. — Roman Catholic Mission, Papua Diocese of Bereina.  Papuan-French Dictionaries and Grammar. 1933.  1 reel. — Roman Catholic Mission, Papua Diocese of Bereina.  Papuan Grammars. n.d.  1 reel. — Roman Catholic Mission, Papua Diocese of Bereina.  Yule Island Station Statistics. 1920.  1 reel. — Sandars, Eustace.  Autobiography and diary re Solomon Islands. 1928.  1 reel. — Société des Missionnaires du Sacre-Coeur: Vicariate Apostolic of New Britain.  Archives. 1889.  2 reels. — Société des Missionnaires du Sacre-Coeur: Vicariate Apostolic of New Guinea.  Archives. 1889.  1 reel. — Société des Missionnaires du Sacre-Coeur: Vicariate Apostolic of Papua.  Archives. 1922.  1 reel. — Société des Missionnaires du Sacre-Coeur: Vicariate Apostolic of Rabaul.  Archives. 1922.  1 reel. — Société des Missionnaires du Sacre-Coeur: Vicariate Apostolic of the Marshall Islands.  Archives. 1901.  1 reel. — Société des Missionnaries du Sacre-Coeur: Vicariate Apostolic of Melanesia and Micronesia.  Archives. 1879.  3 reels. — Tozaka, Job.  Diaries (photocopy of original and English translations). 1925.  1 reel. — Verguet, Abbé Leopold.  Dissertation sur une deuxième mission aux Iles Salomon. 1893.  1 reel. — Voeta, David.  Diary (Roviana original and English translation]. 1935.  1 reel. — Werner, Liane.  Geschichte des Deutschen Kolonialgebietes in Melanesien. 1866.  1 reel.
Each title separately cataloged.
Islands of the Pacific—Sources.

900.  Australasian biographical archive.  xiv, 409, 115, iv microfiches . München: K.G. Saur, 1996.
Work is a one-alphabet cumulation of 181 English-language biographical reference works originally published between 1866-1983. Regionally this biographical archive covers Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea, as well as all the islands of the South Pacific.between 1866 and 1983).   Indexed by World Biographical Index (http:; www.biblio.tu-bs.de/acwww25u/wbi_en/).
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
microfc CT2775.A978 1990 RR.
Australasia—Biography/ Australia—Biography/ New Zealand—Biography/ Papua New Guinea—Biography/ Oceania—Biography.

901.  Colonial maps & drawings.  Netherlands. Algemeen Rijksarchief. Afdeling Kaarten & Tekeningen 1579 microfiches .
   Cartographers and artists were employed by the United Dutch East India Company, the West India Company, and other agencies to chart waters, trace river courses, sound harbors, record fortifications, and sketch views of Dutch and indigenous settlements.  Divided into sections:  Atlases; Europe; Africa; Asia; Australia; North America; Caribbean; South America. Approximately 9,100 maps, charts, drawings in all, dating from 1583 and the early 19th century.  For full description, including reference to finding aids, see entry in General Works and Special Subjects section of this Guide.
microfc JV2511.N484 1992 Mic.
Netherlands—Colonies—Description and travel/ Netherlands—Colonies—Geography/ Netherlands—Colonies—Maps.

902.  [Admiralty and Secretariat : log books, etc., supplementary : Series I, masters logs, Adm. 54 : nos. 4450-4451]. Corporation of London. Records Office 2 reels . London: Public Record Office, 1973.
microfm DU17 Mic.
Australia—History, Naval—Sources/ Australia—History—Sources/ Great Britain—History, Naval—Sources.

903.  [Admiralty and Secretariat : log books, etc., supplementary : Series II, explorations: Adm. 55 : nos. 1584-1586]. Corporation of London. Records Office 3 reels . London: Public Record Office, 197-.
microfm DU18 Mic.
Australia—History, Naval—Sources/ Australia—History—Sources/ Great Britain—History, Naval—Sources.

904.  Voyages of the Coquille and Astrolabe : original MSS circa 1822-30+. Jules-Sébastien-César 1790-1842 Dumont d'Urville 1 microfilm reel . [Sydney, N.S.W.]: Mitchell Library, [1985].
   Collection of manuscripts, notes and letters written in the preparation of the author's: Voyage de la corvette l'Astrolabe exécuté par ordre du roi. In French, in the author's handwriting.
microfm DU19 Mic.
Oceania—Discovery and exploration/ New Zealand—Discovery and exploration.

905.  [Methodist papers].  1 microfilm reel . [Sydney, N.S.W.]: Mitchell Library, [1985].
   Title from box. Includes: Williams, Thomas. Diary, 1888, 1889, 1890 (B493-495); Lyth, R.B. Note book [collected by G. Henderson in 1929] (B552); Extracts from letters and diary of the late Rev. W. Cross, 1838-1842 [typescript] (B686); Diary of Rev. D. Cargill, A.M., 1832-1838, 1839-1840 (A1817-1818).
microfm BV110 Mic.
Methodist Episcopal Church/ Missions—Fiji—History—Sources.

906.  [Collections of manuscripts relating to the Pacific Islands, shipping, whales and whaling]. Mass. Free Public Library (New Bedford 201 microfilm reels . Canberra: Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, 1985.
Accompanying guide, call no. SH382.6.G92, describes only reel no. PMB 401-412; other reels indexed in American whalers and traders in the Pacific, call no. SH382.6.A51, in Thar she went, call no. SH382.6.T36, and in Where the whalers went, call no. SH382.6.W44. 
microfm DU20 Mic.
Whaling—South Pacific Ocean—History—Sources/ Whaling—United States—History—Sources/ Whaling ships—United States—History—Sources.

907.  Administrative archives of the Catholic Archdiocese of Papeete, 1833-1969. Catholic Church. Archdiocese of Papeete 60 reels . Canberra: Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Australian National University, 1968.
Mic microfm BX1692.P37 1833.
Catholic Church—Archdiocese of Papeete.

908.  Research papers on PNG customary law compiled 1960s-1970s. Peter G. Sack 6 microfilm reels . Canberra: Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Australian National University, [1998].
Title from data sheet.
   Dr. Peter Sack was Senior Fellow in Law, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, 1957-1998. The papers, compiled in the 1960s-1970s, document descent, customary law and land tenure issues, land alienation during the German colonial period, and subsequent restoration to indigenous owners. Sack's monograph, Land between two laws (ANU Press, 1973), is based on these research papers.
Mic microfm XXKWH66.4.S22 1998.
Land tenure (Primitive law)—Papua New Guinea/ Land tenure—Papua New Guinea.

909.  [Papers]. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions 30 microfilm reels . Canberra: Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, 1976.
Accompanying guide to the microfilm collection, call no. BV3677.G92. Original collection in Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
microfm BV114 Mic.
Missions—Micronesia (Federated States).

910.  Letters and other material relative to Australia, New Zealand and the South Seas in the possession of the Methodist Missionary Society, London. Methodist Missionary Society 23 microfilm reels . Canberra: National Library of Australia, 1982.
   Includes Committee minutes from 1804-1865 (M118-120), District minutes from 1822-1855 (M121-124), and Personal papers of Elijah Hoole (M149), James Calvert (M152-157), John Hunt (M157-158), Richard Burdsall Lyth (M158-158), Henry Hanson Turton, Nathaniel Turner, Joseph Orton, John Bumby (M159), John Thomas and his wife Sarah (M159-166).
microfm BV108 Mic.
Missions—Australia—History—Sources/ Missions, New Zealand—History—Sources/ Methodists—Missions.

911.  [Papers, 1836-1860]. Richard Burdsall Lyth 5 microfilm reels . [Sydney, N.S.W.]: Mitchell Library, 1985.
   Includes: his Letters, 1836-1854 (A836); Journals, voyaging journals and day books, 1836-1860 (B533-546); miscellaneous reminiscences and other papers (B547-551, B553-559, B561).  See Mary Ann Lyth Papers, 1838-1853, at microfm BV113 Mic.
microfm BV112 Mic.
Missions—Fiji—History—Sources/ Missions—Tonga—History—Sources.

912.  Papers, 1838-1853. Mary Anne Lyth 1 microfilm reel . [Sydney, N.S.W.]: Mitchell Library, [1985].
   Includes 2 diaries: 2 June 1838-30 Nov. 1842 and 1 Aug. 1845-28 May 1853; and letter to her husband from Viwa, Fiji, 27 July 1849. "ML MSS. 3642."  See Richard Burdsall [Papers 1836-1860], at microfm BV112 Mic.
microfm BV113 Mic.
Missions—Fiji—History—Sources.

913.  Papers, 1826-1876. Joseph Waterhouse 1 microfilm reel . [Sydney, N.S.W.]: Mitchell Library, [1985].
Includes: Letters, 1848-1876, original MSS and typescript copies; 2 sermons, 1826 and 18—. "ML MSS. 554.".
microfm BV111 Mic.
Missions—Fiji—History—Sources.

18.  General works and special subjects

914.  Biographical archive of the classical world = Biographisches Archiv der Antike.  Hilmar ed Schmuck. 623 microfiches . München: K.G. Saur Verlag, [1997?]-.
   A single-alphabet cumulation of biographical articles on approximately 150,000 individuals from about 120 biographical reference sources, mostly in German, published between 1545 and 1989. 
   See online source: World Biographical Information System Online (WBIS Online) at http://proxy.uchicago.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/menu
RR  microfc PA83.B564 1997.
Classicists—Biography/ Civilization, Classical—Biography.

915.  Author index of Byzantine studies.  editor,  Jelisaveta Stanojevich Allen. 2 v. (267 microfiches) . [Zug, Switzerland]: IDC, 1985-1994.
   Cumulative index of all annotated bibliographic entries published in the journal Byzantinische Zeitschrift from 1892-1990, and references appearing in the bibliographical publications of the Centre international d'information sur les sources de l'histoire balkanique et méditerranéenne Sofia, 1982-1989, and Ukazatel sovetskikh rabot po vizantinovedeniiu opublikvanuykh v SSSR v 1981-1986, and Sovoetskoe vizantinovedenie; ukazatel lieratury 1986-1990.  Compiled by Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies, Washington, D. C.
microfc Z6207.B9A9 1985 RR5.
Byzantinische Zeitschrift/ Byzantine literature—Indexes/ Art, Byzantine—Indexes/ Byzantine antiquities—Indexes/ Byzantine Empire—Study and teaching—Indexes/ Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies.

916.  Prosopography of the Byzantine Empire. Dion Smythe, and J. R. Martindale. 1st ed ed. computer optical disks . Aldershot, Hampshire, [England]: Ashgate Pub. Ltd, 2001-.
   Title from title screen. "PBE is a British Academy research project formally associated with the Prosopographie der mittelbyzantinischen Zeit by an inter-academy agreement, dated 22 November 1993"—Title screen. The Prosopography of the Byzantine Empire Project's goal is to record, eventually in a computerised relational database, all surviving information about every individual mentioned in Byzantine textual sources, together with as many as possible of the individuals recorded in seal sources, during the period from 641 to 1261, and every individual mentioned in non-Byzantine sources during the same period who is 'relevant' (on a generous interpretation) to Byzantine affairs. The project covers the period from 641 (the terminal date of Volume III of the publication Prosopography of the later Roman Empire) to 1261 (the commencement date of the publication Prosopographisches Lexikon der Palaiologenzeit). The PBE covers three periods: I (641-867); II (867-1025); III (1025-1261). The PBE project is housed in the School of Humanities at King's College, London, and is based in the Centre for Computing in the Humanities (CCH). Edition statement from booklet of PBE I. Editor of booklet (23 p. ; 12 cm.) for PBE I: Dion C. Smith. 1. 641-867 / John Robert Martindale, editor.
DF506 .P762 2001 JMedia _CDRom_DF506.P762 2001.
Names, Personal—Byzantine Empire/ Prosopography—Byzantine Empire/ Byzantine Empire.

917.  A Microfilm corpus of unpublished inventories of Latin manuscripts through 1600 A.D.  Editor,  F. Edward Cranz. 340 pts. in 349 microfilm reels . [New York: Renaissance Society of America, 1988].
Accompanied by printed reel guide, call no. Z6601.A1M54 1988 Text; located in Special Collections.
microfm Z6601.A1M54 1988 Mic.
Manuscripts, Latin—Bibliography—Microform catalogs/ Manuscripts, Medieval—Bibliography—Microform catalogs.

918.  Concordance to the Digest jurists.  comp.,  Honore Tony. microfiche (84 sheets) . Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International, 1980.
   Printed guide.
microfc WLaw 35172 LawMic.

919.  Répertoire bio-bibliographique des auteurs latins, patristiques et médiévaux.  Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes (France). 492 microfiches . [Paris, France]: Chadwyck-Healey France, 1987.
microfc PA6034.R46 1987 RR.
Authors, Latin—Bio-bibliography/ Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes (France).

920.  Electronic Monumenta Germaniae Historica [computer file]. München Monumenta Germaniae HistoricaBrepols, Turnhout [Belgium].
Title in German: Elektronischen Monumenta Germaniae Historica. "eMGH-1"—Disc label. "It is planned to expand the content of the CD-ROM annually so that the entire body of MGH editions will be available in this format within 10 to 15 years"—Foreward in user's manual.  User manual by Rudolf Schieffer. In English and German, numbered in opposite directions.
   A selection of texts from all five divisions of Monumenta Germaniae Historica (Scriptores, Leges, Diplomata, Epistolae, Antiquitates).
Mixed Media, Regenstein Circ CDRomD113.E44 1996.
Middle Ages — History — Sources — Databases/ Middle Ages — History — Databases/ Germany — History — To 1517 — Sources — Databases/ Germany — History — To 1517 — Databases.

921.  [Missionary sermons; a pamphlet collection in the Missionary Research Library of the Union Theological Seminary]. New York.  Union Theological Seminary.  Library 4 v. on 3 reels .
microfm BV84 Mic.
Missions—Collections.

922.  History of education.  3756 microfiches . [Woodbridge, Ct.]: Research Publications, [1987-.
Includes works in English, German and Romance languages. The guide has call no. LA11.H561.
   Contents:  Unit 1 (microfiches 1-1250):  Psychology, the philosophy of education, and teacher training, incl. a large number of works in the German language; collected works and biographies of major scholars who pioneered new directions in education, as well as pamphlets and lectures by little-known educators.  Unit 5 (microfiches 5001-6250):  Manual training; Sloyd and vocational training in various grades and types of schools; handicraft, such as needle work, clay modelling, and woodwork; theory and practice of elementary education, school administration and discipline, and school hygiene:  child health, vision, physical education, gynastics and exercise.  Unit 7 (microfiches 7501-8756):  Kindergarten and early childhood education; many works by and about Friedrich Frobel; English public schools, elementary education, and special education, including education of the deaf.
microfc LA11.H56 Mic.
Education—History.

923.  Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature.  2885 microfilm reels . New Haven, Conn: Research Publications, [1974?-.
Indexed in: Goldsmiths'-Kress Library of Economic Literature : a consolidated guide at Z7164.E2G640 RR.  Index is arranged chronologically and subdivided by topic.
   Collection from holdings of Kress Library at Harvard University and Goldsmiths' Library at the University of London.  Library holds Segment I, Printed Books through 1800 (approximately 30,000 titles; 2099 reels); and Segment II, Printed Books 1801-1850 (approximately 29,000 titles; 1786 reels).  Segment III includes serials.  Collection includes not only works on economic theory, trade and commerce, and public finance, but also the technical literature on agriculture, mining, crafts and manufacturing.  Also included are materials on topics such as slavery, public utilities, demography and urban development, piracy, smuggling, tithes, counterfeiting and numismatics, poverty and welfare, penology, emigration, dietary conditions, colonies, and every aspect of transportation.
        Languages represented include Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish.
        As of this writing, all items in of Seg. I are represented in Library's catalogs; items in Seg. II will be added soon.
microfm HB30.G64 1974 Mic.
Economics/ Economic history/ Agriculture—Economic aspects/ Finance/ Commerce/ Transportation/ Industries/ Colonies/ Political science/ Socialism/ Social history/ Population/ Slavery.

924.  Euopean Local History Preservation Project.  1023 reels . Chicago: University of Chicago Library , 1999.
   Over 1000 titles selected from the European local history collections of the University of Chicago Library.
Titles individually cataloged. 
Portugal—Local history/ Spain—Local history/ France—Local history/ Italy—Local history/ Belgium—Local history/ Netherlands—Local history/ Great Britain—Local history/ Ireland—Local history/ Germany—Local history/ Switzerland—Local history/ Austria—Local history/ Hungary—Local history/ Denmark—Local history/ Norway—Local history/ Sweden—Local history/ Finland—Local history/ Poland—Local history/ Croatia—Local history/ Romania—Local history/ Bohemia—Local history/ Slovakia—Local history/ Slovenia—Local history.

925.  [History of law and commerce; microfilm of rare and out-of-print books].  7 reels .
Original in the Vatican Library; positive copy supplied by St. Louis University Library.  Records for individual titles appear in library's catalogs.
   Contents:  Anguissola, Mario / Consiliorum, seu Responsorum in utroque iure ... Bononiae, 1576 — Bartolus de Saxoferrato / Contrarietates iuris civilis romanorum, et iur. longobardorum ... Venetiis, 1541 — Gioia, Melichiorre / Sul commercio de' commestibili e caro prezzo del vitto ... Milano [1799] — [Hontheim, Johann Nikolas von] / Historia trevirensis diplomatica et pragmatica ... Augustæ Vind., 1750 — Iohannes de Anania / Consilia D. Ioannis de Anania ... Venetiis, 1576. — Mariana, Juan de / Ioannis Marianæ ... De rege et regis institvtiones ... [Moguntiae], 1611 — [Melon, Jean François] / Essai politique sur le commerce ... [s.l.], 1761 — Mercado, Thomas de / Svmma de tratos y contratos ... Seuilla, 1571 — Panciroli, Guido / Guidi Panziroli regiensis, ... De claris legum interpretibus ... Lipsiæ, 1721. — Pardessus, Jean Marie, ed. / Collection de lois maritimes antérieures au XVIIIe siècle ... Paris, 1828-45, 6 vv. — Paulus de Castro / Pavlvs Castrensis in infortiatvm ... 1564. — Consilia, sive Responsa clarissimorum suo tempore iurisconsultorum ... Venetiis, 1582. — Sandei, Felino Maria / Consilia seu Responsa domini Felini Sandæi diligentia ... excusa.  Venetiis, 1582. — Savary des Bruslons, Jacques / Dictionnaire universel de commerce ... Amsterdam, 1762-32, 3 vv. — Targa, Carlo / Ponderazioni sopra le contrattazioni marittime ... Livorno, 1755. — Urceoli, Giuseppe / Tractatvs de transactionibvs in partes qvinqve divisvs ... Bononiae, 1679. — Uztariz, Geronimo de / Teorica e practica di commercio, e di marina ... Roma, 1793. — [Zanetti, Girolamo Francesco] / Dell'origine e della antichità della moneta veneziana.  Venezia, 1750.
microfm HF120 Mic.
Commerce—History/ Law.

926.  Works. Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels ausgewählte Werke. Karl Marx, and Friedrich Engels 1 computer optical disk . Digitale Bibliothek, Bd. 11. Berlin: Directmedia, 1998.
Title from title screen. Differenz der demokritischen und epikureischen Naturphilosophie — Kritik des Hegelschen Staatsrechts — Zur Judenfrage — Zur Kritik der Hegelschen Rechtsphilosophie — Okonomisch-philosophische Manuskripte — Thesen über Feuerbach — Die heilige Familie (zus. mit Engels) — Dei deutsche Ideologie (zus. mit Engels) — Das Elend der Philosophie — Manifest der kommunistischen Partei (zus. mit Engels) — Lohnarbeit und Kapital — Der achtzehnte Brumaire des Louis Bonaparte — Zur Kritik der politischen Okonomie — Lohn, Preis, Profit — Das Kapital — und viele andere — Friedrich Engels. Umrisse zu einer Kritik der Nationaloekonomie — Die Lage der arbeitenden Klasse in England — Der deutsche Bauernkrieg — Revolution und Konterrevolution in Deutschland — Anti-Dühring — Die Entwicklung des Sozialismus von der Utopie zur Wissenschaft — Dialektik der Natur — Der Ursprung der Familie, des Privateigentums und des Staates — Ludwig Feuerbach und der Ausgang der klassischen deutschen Philosophie — Die Rolle der Gewalt in der Geschichte — und viele andere.
HX39.5.A121 1998 JMedia CDRom.
Socialism/ Economics.

927.  Colonial maps & drawings.  Netherlands. Algemeen Rijksarchief. Afdeling Kaarten & Tekeningen 1579 microfiches . [The Hague Lisse: Algemeen Rijksarchief MMF Publications, 1992?].
Concordance to the microfiche edition issued in 1992 with title: Concordance to images of East and West (at JRL JV2511.N484 1992 Index).   Inventories reprinted in 1994 with English titles: Inventory of images of East and West (at JRL Z6028.N423N42 1992) and: Supplement inventory of images of East and West (at JRL Z6028.N423N42 1994). Inventory originally published: Inventaris der verzameling kaarten berustende in het Rijks-Archief ... Eerste gedeelte / [P.A. Leupe]. 's Gravenhage : M. Nijhoff, 1867; and supplement: Inventaris der verzameling kaarten berustende in het Algemeen Rijksarchief. Eerste supplement / [S.P. l'Honoré Naber]. 's Gravenhage : M. Nijhoff, 1914.
   Microfiche reproduction of the atlases, maps, charts, drawings, views and other visual documents in the collection of the Dept. of Maps and Drawings of the General State Archives of the Netherlands. Includes 39 atlases and so-called map books (atlases put together for internal use of an organization), and over 3,700 loose maps, drawings, plans and other visual documents, dating from 1583 and the early 19th century, approximately 9,100 images in all.  Cartographers and artists were employed by the United Dutch East India Company, the West India Company, and other agencies to chart waters, trace river courses, sound harbors, record fortifications, and sketch views of Dutch and indigenous settlements.    Divided into sections:  Atlases; Europe; Africa; Asia; Australia; North America; Caribbean; South America.
microfc JV2511.N484 1992 Mic.
Netherlands—Colonies—Description and travel/ Netherlands—Colonies—Geography/ Netherlands—Colonies—Maps.

928.  Elections in Western Europe since 1815 : electoral results by constituencies. Daniele Caramani xxi, 1090 p + computer optical disk . The Societies of Europe. New York London: Grove's Dictionaries Macmillan Reference, 2000.
   Provides specific details of election results in every constituency, by party or candidate.
print work at JN94.A956C37 2000 RR2; CD in workstation in RR2.
Elections—Europe, Western—History—19th century .

929.  CBS News daily news broadcasts. CBS News, University Microfilms International, and Microfilming Corporation of America.
   Transcripts from the television news broadcasts of CBS morning news, Morning, CBS Midmorning news, CBS midday news, CBS evening news, CBS Sunday night news, CBS weekend news, and CBS newsbreak. Library holds Jan. 1, 1978-June 30, 1984.    Transcripts of related CBS Special at Mic D839.3.C31 Microfc; transcripts of related CBS News Special Report at Mic D839.3.C33 Microfc. Printed index at PN4888.T4C17a JRL RR.
microfc D839.3.C3 Mic.
History, Modern—1945—-Sources/ CBS Special/ CBS News Special Report.

930.  Face the nation. CBS News.
   Transcripts from the weekly CBS radio and television broadcasts.   Library holds Jan. 1, 1978-June 24, 1984.  Printed index at RR PN4888.T4C17.
microfc E742.C59 Mic.
World politics—1945-/ United States—Politics and government—1945-1989/ United States—Politics and government—1989-/ United States—Foreign relations—1945-1989/ United States—Foreign relations—1989-.

931.  Daily report. United States.  Foreign Broadcast Information Service.
   Daily reports present translations of selected foreign broadcasts and selected reports published in the foreign press.  The Daily reports  has varied considerably over the last half of the present century from its earliest version, Daily report, foreign radio broadcasts, Sept. 4, 1941-Dec. 4, 1945 (36 reels) to the present day, in scope of media covered, portions of the world reported upon, formats, titles, call numbers, and means of indexing.  Library holds very large quantities of microfilm, microfiche,and printed reports with titles such as East Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, Western Europe, Africa (Sub-Saharan), Near East and South Asia, Central Eurasia, and China.  Reports are currently produced in electronic forms.  For further information consult Library catalogs and Library staff.
microfm D60, etc.

932.  United Nations documents.  United Nations, and Readex Microprint Corporation.
   Collection contains virtually every document from the main UN bodies — General Assembly, Security Council, Economic and Social Council, Secretariat, Trusteeship Council, and International Court of Justice — including "Limited" and "Restricted" documents.  Also included are documents from other UN programmes and organs, such as UNEP, UNDP, UNFPA, UNHCR, WFC, and UNITAR; materials from regional commissions and from functional commissions such as the Commission on Human Rights.  Documentation from ad hoc, expert, and standing committees is also included.  Fiche holdings begin with Session 32 (1977).
      .
microfc JX1977.A1U419 Mic.
United Nations.

933.  Amnesty International.  microfiches . Leiden, The Netherlands: IDC, 1989-.
Title from guide. Titles on headers: Amnesty International country dossiers or Amnesty International publications. Kept up-to-date by annual supplements. Accompanied by printed guides.
microfc JC599.A1A554 1989 Mic.
Civil rights/ Human rights/ Political persecution.

934.  Records of the American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic and Historic Monuments in War Areas (the Roberts Commission), 1943-1946.  Part I.  Correspondence and Subject Files, 1943-1946.  Primary sources on the U. S. Mission to preserve and recover cultural properties in war-torn areas.  28 rolls of microfilm and printed guide . Wilmington, DE: University Publications of America, 2004.
 These materials are part of National Archives Record Group 239.  "These textual records of the Roberts Commission contain information on art looting, damage to cultural institutions and monuments during World War II, and measures taken for the protection and restitution of property after the war ... Although the Commission was active from 1943 to 1946, its records include some materials dating from 1940 and to 1947"—P. 1.
on order.
World War, 1939-1945 — Confiscations and contributions — Europe — Archival resources/ World War, 1939-1945 — Destruction and pillage — Europe — Archival resources/ Cultural property — Protection — Europe — Archival resources.

19. Index

Abazin imprints--Catalogs 732
Abbott, Grace, 1878-1939--Correspondence 271
ABC (Political party : Cuba) 402, 410
Abells, Chana Byers 676
Abercrombie, Thomas Alan 480
Abkhaz imprints--Catalogs 733
Abolitionist movement--periodicals 326
[Abolitionist periodicals from the Library of Congress] 326
Abolitionists 323, 557, 324
Abortion--United States--History--20th century--Sources 284
Abschriften aus den Staatsarchiven des Kön. ungarischen Minister-Präsidenten, 1914-1918 664, 795
Abstract of the journal of Rev. Dan Beach Bradley, M.D. medical missionary in Siam, 1835-1873 ; published by his son Dan F. Bradley, . . . edited by Rev. George Haws Feltus . . . Cleveland, Ohio 843
Acapulco (Mexico) 434
Acquaviva, Mike 218
ACT UP New York (Organization) 300
Actas del consejo de la Organizacion de los Estados Americanos 1948-1969 372
Adams, Abigail, 1744-1818 86
Adams, Anne Harrod, 1776-1846 86
Adams, Brooks 159
Adams, Charles Francis, 1807-1886 86
Adams family 86
Adams, George Washington, 1801-1829 86
Adams, Henry, 1838-1918 158, 159, 160
Adams, John, 1735-1826 86
Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848 86
Adams, Louisa Catherine, 1775-1852 86
Adams Manuscript Trust 86
Adams Papers 86
Adams, Thomas Boylston 86
Addams, Jane, 1860-1935 177, 270, 279
Addams, Jane, 1860-1935--Correspondence 271
Additional papers of Chester A. Arthur, 1846-1960 165
Administrative archives of the Catholic Archdiocese of Papeete, 1833-1969 907
[Admiralty and Secretariat : log books, etc., supplementary : Series I, masters logs, Adm. 54 : nos. 4450-4451] 554, 902
[Admiralty and Secretariat : log books, etc., supplementary : Series II, explorations: Adm. 55 : nos. 1584-1586] 555, 903
The Adolf A. Berle diary, 1937-1971 229
Adygei imprints--Catalogs 734
ADZ gayzette 296
Africa--Biography 350
Africa, South--Collected works 353
Africa, West--Commerce 549
[African-american newspapers, from Library of Congress] 327
African-American studies 314, 337
African-Americans--biography 314
African-Americans--Newspapers 327
African-Americans--periodicals 326
African biographical archive (AfBA) = Archives biographiques africaines 350
Afro-American women--History--Sources 282, 328
Afro-American women--Societies and clubs--Archives 282, 328
Afro-Americans--Biography--Sources 340
Afro-Americans--Civil rights--History--20th century--Sources 340, 334, 344
Afro-Americans--Civil rights--History--Manuscripts 329, 180
Afro-Americans--Civil rights--History--Sources 329, 180
Afro-Americans--Civil rights--United States 349, 333
Afro-Americans--Colonization--Africa--History--19th century--Sources 310, 309
Afro-Americans--Employment 336
Afro-Americans--History--1877-1964--Manuscripts 329, 180
Afro-Americans--History--1877-1964--Sources 329, 180
Afro-Americans--History--Addresses, essays, lectures 330, 181
Afro-Americans--History--Sources 339, 338
Afro-Americans--Louisiana 311
Afro-Americans--Politics and government 332
Afroamérica : textos históricos 368, 303
Agape and action 296
Agricultural laborers--Labor unions--United States--History--Sources 255
Agricultural laborers--United States--History--Sources 255
Agriculture--Cuba 405
Agriculture--Economic aspects 923
Agriculture--Economic aspects--Soviet Union--Statistics--Bibliography--Microform catalogs 775
Agriculture--Great Britain 528
Agriculture--Puerto Rico 384, 389
Agriculture--South Carolina--History--Sources 317, 143
Agriculture--United States 567, 182
Aguascalientes (Mexico) 434
Aguayo Nayle, L. Rosa 589, 355
The AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power [microform] : New York records. 300
AIDS (Disease)--New York (State) 300
Akselrod, P. B. (Pavel Borisovich), 1850-1928--Archives 710
Akten der Partei-Kanzlei der NSDAP : Rekonstruktion eines verlorengegangenen Bestandes 642
Akty sobrannye Kavkazsko_i_u arkheografichesko_i_u kommiss_ie_i_u 774
Akty sobrannye Kavkazskoiu arkheograficheskoiu kommissieiu Arkhiv Glavnago upravleniia namiestnika kavkazskago ; napechatan pod redaktsieiu predsiedatelia komissii A.D. Berzhe 776
al-Diffa al-Gharbiyah 689, 823
Alabama--legislative journals 39
Albany (N.Y.)--Directories 21
Albertson, Dean 247
Alcoholism--United States--History--Sources 278
Alemán, Miguel, 1905- 457
Alfred C. Kinsey Institute for Sex Research Library 289
Aliens--United States 14
Aliens--United States--Indexes 184
Allston, Robert F. W. 315, 139
Altai imprints--Catalogs 735
Amazon quarterly 296
Ambassadorial and secret service reports on revolutionary and Napoleonic France, 1781-1786: PRO Class FPO27, France, General Correspondence (Vols. 1-20) 582
América Latina--Historiografía 368, 303
American Antiquarian Society 268, 5
American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Mass. 3
American biographical archive 25
American biographical archive. Series 2 26
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions 909
American Colonization Society--History--Sources 309
American Council of Learned Societies Islamic Teaching Materials Project 798
American culture series. [1593-1875]. Ser. 1 (1493-1806) 2
American diaries--Women authors 268, 269
American Friends Service Committee. 465
American Fur Company 116, 117, 115
American Historical Association Committee for the Study of War Documents 719
American immigrant autobiographies [microform] 15
American journals, 1831-1868 153
American literature -- 19th century 5
American newspapers 6
American newspapers--California--San Francisco--Indexes 33
American newspapers--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia 7
American periodical series, 1800-1850. 1- 9
American periodical series, eighteenth century. 1-33. 8
American slavery pamphlets. 16 pamphlets from 1831 to 1863 306
American women's diaries. New England [microform] 268
American women's diaries. Southern women [microform] 269
Americans--Travel--Latin America 371
Amnesty International 933
Amoy (China) 868
Anarchism--United States--History 10
Anarchism--United States--History--Sources 272
Ancien Regime in turmoil? Commerce, politics, and society in France, c. 1682-1793: the Gazette Manuscrite, 1775-1793 and related sources from the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 581
Ancient correspondence, 1175-1538: State papers medieval and other records 512
Andalucia (Spain) -- History 611
Andean Collection, 1538-1878 476
Andes Region -- Civilization 476
Andes region -- Civilization -- Sources 361
Andes Region -- History 476, 477
Andes region -- History -- Sources 361
Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Jewish Problems in Palestine and Europe 684, 821
Anglo-Saxon manuscripts in microfiche facsimile 510
Anthony, Susan B., 1820-1906 274, 174
Anthony, Susan B., 1820-1906--Archives 274
Anthropology--Cuba 403
Anthropology--Latin America 357
Anthropology--Peru 483
Anti-imperialist movements--Cuba 413
Anti-Nazi movement--Germany 641
Anti-Nazi movement--History--Sources 637
Anti-Nazi movement--Sources 678, 640
Antisemitism--History 639, 677
Antislavery movements--United States 320
Antropología e historia latinoamericana fondo bibliográfico 357
Apartes de lectura. 465
Arab countries--Biography 799
Arabisch-Islamisches biographisches Archiv AIBA 799
Arabs--Spain--History 591
Aragón (España) 610
Aragon (Spain)--History 610, 609
ARC news 296
Architecture--Bolivia 484
[Archives] 710, 711, 712, 713, 714, 715, 716, 717, 718
Archives biographiques françaises. Deuxième série = French biographical archive 588
Archives biographiques françaises = French biographical archive 587
Archives--Great Britain--Sources 517
Archives of the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist Party 709
Archives--Soviet Union 708
Archives--United States--Catalogs 30, 31, 32
Archives -- Wales -- Clenennau 526
Archivio biografico italiano III 621
Archivio biografico italiano = Italian biographical archive 619
Archivio biografico italiano. Nuova serie (ABI II) : cumulativo di 124 repertori biografici fra i più importanti a partire dalla fine del sec. XIX sino alla metà del sec. XX. 620
Archivo Arzobispal de Lima 475
Archivo biográfico de España, Portugal e Iberoamérica = Arquivo biográfico de Espanha, Portugal e Ibero-América = Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American Biographical Archive 589, 355
Archivo de la Corona de Aragón 610
Archivo General de la Nación (Argentina) 480
Argentina--History 491
Argentina--Missionaries--Sources 370
The aristocracy, the state, and the local community: the Hastings collection of manuscripts from the Huntington Library in California 527
Arkansas legislative journals 39
Armenia--Bibliography--Catalogs 737
Armenian imprints--Catalogs 737
Arms control 205
Arquivo biográfico de Espanha, Portugal e Ibero-América 589, 355
Art, Bolivian 484
Art, Byzantine--Indexes 915
The Artemas Ward papers 84
Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America 284, 258, 275
Arthur, Chester Alan 165, 164
Arts, Puerto Rican 393
Asia, Southeastern--Biography--Dictionaries 852
Asia, Southeastern -- History -- Sources 857
ASK Newsletter (Vancouver) 295
Astor, Nancy Witcher Langhorne Astor, Viscountess, 1879-1964--Correspondence 271
Astrakhanskii listok (Astrakhan) 707
Athene (Albany) 295
Atlanta (Ga.)--Directories 21
Atomic bomb--History 202
Australasia--Biography 900
Australasian biographical archive 900
Australia--Biography 900
Australia--History, Naval--Sources 554, 902, 555, 903
Australia--History--Sources 554, 902, 555, 903
Austria--Biography--Dictionaries 649
Austria--Foreign relations--Czechoslovakia--Sources 655, 786
Austria--Foreign relations--Turkey 653, 779, 806, 654, 780, 807
Austria -- Foreign relations -- United States -- Sources 661
Austria. Haus-, Hof- und Staatsarchive 653, 779, 806, 654, 780, 807
Austria--History--1955- 663
Austria--History--Allied occupation, 1945-1955 662
Austria--Local history 924
Austria. Nationalrat 658
Austria--Politics and government 658, 659
Austria--Politics and government--1848-1918 656, 657
Austria -- Politics and government -- 1918-1938 -- Sources 661
Austria -- Politics and government -- 1938-1945 -- Sources 661
Austria -- Politics and government -- 20th century -- Sources 660
Austria. Reichsrat. Abgeordnetenhaus 656
Austria. Reichsrat. Herrenhaus 657
Austria. Staatsarchiv 655, 786
Author index of Byzantine studies 915
Authors, Latin--Bio-bibliography 919
Avar imprints--Catalogs 738
Avila Camacho, Manuel, 1897-1955 457
Axelrod, P.B. (1850-1928) 710
Azerbaijan--Bibliography--Catalogs 739
Azerbaijani imprints--Catalogs 739
[Bacon manuscripts] 520, 522
Bacon, Nathaniel 520, 522
Bacon, Nicholas 520, 522
Baillie, Laureen 493
Baker, Bolling 156
Baker, Newton Diehl, 1871-1937--Correspondence 271
Balkan Peninsula--Biography--Dictionaries 777
Balkan Peninsula--Foreign relations--Sources 784, 783, 810, 809
Balkan Peninsula--Politics and government--Sources 784, 783, 810, 809
Ball family 316, 142
Ball papers, 1631-1891 316, 142
The Ballard Collection 546
Ballard, George 546
Ballymoney Free Press 505
Baltic Biographical Archive = Baltisches biographisches Archiv 692
Baltic States--Biography--Dictionaries 692 , 649
Baltimore (Md.)--Directories 21
Balzer, Oswald, 1858-1933 691
Bancroft, George 159
Bandera socialista 465
Bank of England 305
Banner of Ulster 505
Baptists -- Missions -- United States 107
Baptists--United States 108, 114
Bar rag 296
Batista y Zaldívar, Fulgencio 402
Bay area reporter: BAR 296
Bay Windows (Boston) 295
Bednota (Moscow) 707
Bee, Hamilton Prioleau, 1822-1897 156
Belgium--Biography 666
Belgium--Biography--Dictionaries 588
Belgium--Local history 924
Bell, John, 1797-1869 145, 146
Ben Naim, Joseph 669
Benaim manuscripts of the Jewish Theological Seminary 669
Benelux countries--Biography 666
Benjamin Franklin papers, 1726-1907 82
Benjamin, Judah P. (Judah Philip), 1811-1884 156
The Benjamin Lincoln papers [microform] 83
Berkeley, John d. 1678 545
Berle, Adolf Augustus 229
Berle, Adolf Augustus, 1895-1971 229
Bermuda Island--History--17th century 56, 532, 380
Berzhe, Adolf Petrovich 776
Bet ha-sefarim ha-le«umi _veha-universi_ta«i bi-Yerushalayim--Ma_hle_ket ketav-yad 668
Bible 673
Biddle, Nicholas, 1786-1844 118
Big Mama Rag 295
Biografisch archief van de Benelux = Archives biographiques des pays du Benelux = Biographical archive of the Benelux countries = Biographisches Archiv der Benelux-Länder (BAB) 666
Biographical archive of the classical world = Biographisches Archiv der Antike 914
Biography--Dictionaries--German 649
Birth control--United States--History--20th century--Sources 284
Birzhevyia viedomosti (S.-Peterburg) 707
Black, Jeremiah S., 1810-1883 152
Black Muslims 345
Black Muslims--History--Sources 339
Black Panther Party 346
Black workers in the era of great migration, 1916-1929 336
Blacks--America--History 368, 303
Blacks--America--Social conditions 368, 303
Blacks--Cuba--History--Periodicals 287, 396
Blackwell, Alice Stone, 1857-1950--Correspondence 271
The Blade (Washington) 295
Blathwayt, William 56, 532, 380
Blathwayt, William, 1649-1717 56, 532, 380
BLK 295
Board of Foreign Missions correspondence and reports, 1833-1911: Latin America 370
Boberach, Heinz 641
Bodleian Library 546, 835, 863, 539, 266
Bodleian Library. Manuscript. Clarendon 110 545
Bodleian Library. Manuscript. Firth b1/1-2. 544
Body Politic (Toronto) 295
Bohemia (Czech Republic)--Biography--Dictionaries 649
Bohemia--Local history 924
Boletin informativo (American Friends Service Committee) 465
Boletin informativo para asuntos migratorios y fronterizos 465
Bolivia -- History 479
Bolivia--History--To 1809--Sources 480
Bolivia--Religion 484
Bolivia--Social conditions 484
Bolivian literature 484
Bondarevskiµi, Grigoriµi Lºvovich 774
Boston (Mass.)--Directories 21
Boston Public Library Galatea Collection 258
Bradley, Dan Beach 843
Bradley, Susan 587
Brasil 485
Brasseaux, Carl A. 579, 59
The Braye manuscripts 534
Brazil--Foreign relations--United States 488, 489, 487
Brazil -- Foreign relations -- United States -- Sources 486, 80
Brazil--History 485
Brazil--Missionaries--Sources 370
Brazil--Politics and government--1964-1985 490
Brazil's popular groups, 1966-1986 490
Brazil--Social conditions--1964-1985 490
Breckinridge family 283, 179
Breckinridge, Sophonisba Preston 283, 179
Bridge 296
Briefs and records of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1916-1983/84 term [microform] 53
Bristol, Eng. Record Office 549
Bristol (England). Public Libraries 549
British biographical archive 493
British biographical archive. Series 2 494
British Foreign Office--Russia correspondence, 1781-1945 699
The British in Ireland. Series One, Colonial Office class CO 904 (Dublin Castle records) 565
British Library 267, 573, 518
British Library. Dept. of Printed Books 503
British Library of Political and Economic Science 647
British Museum. Dept. of Manuscripts 836
British Museum. Dept. of Printed Books. Thomason Collection 497
British newspapers 502
Brooklyn (N.Y.)--Directories 21
Brophy, John 247
Browder, Earl 248
Browder, Earl, 1891-1973 248
Brown Family 308
Buchanan, James 127, 128
Buckalew, Ronald E. 510
Buffalo (N.Y.)--Directories 21
Bukovyna 707
Bureau of Social Hygiene (New York) 189
Bureau of Social Hygiene (New York, N.Y.)--Archives 189
Buriat imprints--Catalogs 740
Buriatia (Russia)--Bibliography--Catalogs 740
Burlington (Vt.)--Directories 21
Burma--Registers 840
Burney, Charles, 1726-1814. Bodleian Library 502
Burney Collection of Newspapers 502, 503
Burr, Aaron, 1756-1836 95
Bury St. Edmund's Abbey 520
Busser, Fritz 652
Butler, Eleanor 291, 558
Buxton, Thomas Fowell 321, 556
Buxton, Thomas Fowell Sir 321, 556
Byzantine antiquities--Indexes 915
Byzantine Empire 916
Byzantine Empire--Study and teaching--Indexes 915
Byzantine literature--Indexes 915
Byzantinische Zeitschrift 915
Cabala 673
Cabinet papers, 1880-1916 566
Calendar of state papers, Colonial, North America and the West Indies, 1574-1739, on CD-ROM, 1574-1739 382, 55, 531
California. Governor's Commission on the Los Angeles Riots 348
California -- History -- To 1846 -- Sources 13, 418
California State Library. California Section 33
California voice 296
Calvin Coolidge papers 171
Camargo (Mexico) 434
Camden, William, 1551-1623 524
Campaign documents 46
Campeche (Mexico) 434
Canada 27
Canadian biographical archive CaBA = Archives biographiques Canadiennes 27
Canals--Illinois 111
Canals--Illinois--sources 112
Canterbury Cathedral. Library 522
Canterbury, Eng.--History--Sources 522
[Canterbury records. 13th-16th centuries] 522
Cantillo, Alejandro del 595
Canton (China) 869
Capchas 480
Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) 352
Cape of Good Hope (South Africa)--History--Sources 352
Capital and labour. Archives of employer and union organisations, 1850-1939. Series 2. Trade union archives 570
Caramani, Daniele 928
Card Catalog of Jewish Newspapers and Periodicals in the Russian National Library, St. Petersburg in Hebrew & Yiddish 679, 705
Card catalog of the former Library of the Prague Archive on microfiche 792
Card catalog of the gubernskie, oblastnye, and voiskovye vedomosti from the National Library of Russia, St. Petersburg 731
Card catalog of the Slavonic Dept. of Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences 690
Carey, William 841
Caribbean Area--Foreign relations--Latin America--Sources 439
Caribbean Area -- History -- Sources 361
Cartularies--England 513
Casa de Moneda de México--Archivo Histórico 424
Case papers of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1790-1807. 51
Castilla y León (Spain)--History 603, 604
Castro, Fidel 407
Catálogo del Archivo Histórico de la Casa de Moneda de México 424
Catálogos 475
Catálogos fondos antiguos de las bibliotecas La Recoleta, Seminario de San Jerónimo, Convento de la Merced, Convento de Santo Domingo 478
Catalonia (Spain) -- History 607, 608
Catholic Church 578, 358, 421, 463
Catholic Church. Archdiocese of Papeete 907
Catholic Church -- Mexico -- Political activity. 465
The Catholic Reformation, including French diocesan catechisms, 1615-1900. 578
Catt, Carrie Chapman, 1859-1947 175, 271
Catt, Carrie Chapman, 1859-1947--Archives 271
Caucasus--History--Sources 776
Caucasus--History--Sources--Indexes 774
Caucasus, Northern--History--Sources 776
CBS News 930, 929
CBS News daily news broadcasts 929
CBS News Special Report 929
CBS Special 929
Census, 1790. Population schedules of the first census of the United States, 1790 74
Census, 1850 [Census enumerators' records. District of Columbia. Agriculture, manufacturing and social statistics. 1850] 130
Census, 1850 [Census enumerators' records. Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana and Tennessee] 131
Census, 1860 [Census enumerators' records. Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana and Tennessee] 132
Census, 1860 [Census enumerators' records. Illinois. Cook county. 1860] 133
[Census enumerators' records] 134, 135
Central America -- History 469
Central America -- History -- Sources. 361 , 420, 470
Centro Nacional de Comunicacion Social (Mexico City, Mexico) 465
Ceský biografický archiv a Slovenský biografický archív (CSBA) : Tschechisches und Slowakisches biographisches archiv : Czech and Slovakian biographical archive 793
Charities--United States--History--Sources 190
Charles L. Kades papers 898
Charles S. Peirce papers 193
Charleston (S.C.)--Directories 21
Charters--England--Registers 513
Chartism--History--Sources 563
Chase, Salmon P., 1808-1873 320
Chatham (Ship) 552, 97
Chattanooga (Tenn.)--Directories 21
Chavez, Cesar 255
Chayanta 480
Chechen imprints--Catalogs 741
Chefoo (China) 870
Chesnut, James 317, 143
Chesnut, Miller, Manning papers 317, 143
CHF newsletter 296
Chicago (Ill.)--Directories 21
Chihuahua (Mexico) 434
Chile--Missionaries--Sources 370
China 861, 869
China and India 848
China and India: 1950-1961 supplement 849
China--Foreign relations--Great Britain--Sources 864
China--Foreign relations--United States 868, 869, 870, 871, 872, 873, 874, 875, 876, 877, 878, 879, 880, 881, 882, 883, 884, 886
China--Foreign relations--United States--Sources 866, 867
China--History--1912-1949--Sources 885
China--History--19th century--Sources 865
China--History--20th century--Sources 862
China letters [v. p.] 1837-1900 865
China missionaries oral history collection 862
China--Politics and government--1912-1949--Sources 885
Chinese biographical archive = Chinesisches biographisches Archiv 861
Chinkiang (China) 871
Chronicles and documents of medieval England, c. 1150-c. 1500 from Cambridge University Library 511
Chunking (China) 872
Church and religion in Mexico 461
Church and social problems--Brazil 490
Church and state--Mexico 461
Church history--Modern period, 1500- 578
Church libraries--Peru--Arequipa 478
Church of England 521
Church of the United Brethren in Christ (New Constitution) -- New Mexico -- History 110
Church records and registers--England--Surrey 521
Church records on microfilm 521
Cienfuegos, Camilo 411
Cigar industry--Cuba 404
Cincinnati (Ohio)--Directories 21
Circassian imprints--Catalogs 742
Circulars [on the customs] Oct. 2, 1789-June 30, 1796 77
Cities and towns--Illinois--Maps 22, 23
Cities and towns--United States--Directories 21
Citizenship Day 244
City and business directories of the United States through 1860 20
Civil disturbance, Chartism and riots in nineteenth century England: PRO Class 45, Home Office Registered Papers 563
Civil rights 933
Civil rights and socialism--United States--History--20th century--Sources 334
Civil rights during the Johnson administration, 1963-1969 : a collection from the holdings of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library, Austin Texas 347
Civil rights--Europe, Eastern 727
Civil rights movements--United States--History--20th century--Sources 340, 334
Civil rights--Soviet Union 727
Civil rights--United States 347
Civil rights--United States--History--20th century--Sources 335
Civil Rights--United States--History--Sources 271
Civil rights workers--United States--Biography--Sources 340
The Civil War CD-ROM the War of the Rebellion : a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate Armies 38
Civilization, Anglo-Saxon--Manuscripts--Facsimiles 510
Civilization, Classical--Biography 914
Civilization, Islamic 798
Classicists--Biography 914
Cleveland, Grover, 1837-1908 166
Cleveland (Ohio)--Directories 21
Coinage--Mexico 424
Cointelpro Nationalist groups. [microform] : the counterintelligence program of the FBI. [Mexican] border coverage 452
[A collection of the records and briefs, on microfilm, of important trials in which Communism has been an issue. 1919-1953.] 54
[Collections of manuscripts relating to the Pacific Islands, shipping, whales and whaling] 906
The Collective catalogue of Hebrew manuscripts the Institute of Microfilmed Hebrew Manuscripts, the Department of Manuscripts, the Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem 668
Colombia--Missionaries--Sources 370
Colonial administrators--Great Britain 800
Colonial administrators--Middle East 800
Colonial Hispanic legal documents (18th-19th centuries) 365
Colonial Latin American manuscripts and transcripts in the Obadiah Rich collection 359
Colonial maps & drawings 834, 901, 367, 351, 824, 828, 58, 927
Colonial Office confidential print, Miscellaneous colonial conference, 1887 564
Colonies 923
Columbia University Bureau of Applied Social Research 191
Columbia University oral history collection 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254
Columbus (Ohio)--Directories 21
Coming up 296
Commerce 923
Commerce--History 925
Committee of Fifteen 294
Committee of Fifteen (New York, N.Y. : 1900) 294
Committee of Fifteen records, 1900-1901 294
Commonplace-books 518
Communism--Puerto Rico 391
Communism--Soviet Union--History 708
Communism--United States 54
Communism--United States--1917- 254
Communism--United States--History 10
Communist infiltration of the SCLC : FBI investigation file 343
The Complete state papers domestic 529
Comunicacion (Centro Nacional de Comunicacion 465
Concentration camps--Soviet Union 722
Concordance to the Digest jurists 918
Conditions (Brooklyn) 295
Confederación de Trabajadores de Cuba 410
Confederate States of America; Government; Department of Justice 156
Confederate States of America -- Government -- Department of State 156
Confederate States of America -- Government -- Post office Department 156
Confederate States of America -- Government -- Treasury Department 156
Confederate States of America --Government -- War Department 156
Confederate States of America--History--Sources--Databases 38
Confederate States of America -- Navy Department 156
Confederate States of America--Politics and government 156
Conference journals, New Mexico mission, 1876-1939 110
Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion. Proceedings 192
Confidential British Foreign Office political correspondence. Germany. Series 1: 1906-1925 627
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Egypt, 1945-1949: internal affairs and foreign affairs 812
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Egypt, 1950-1954: internal affairs and foreign affairs 813
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Federal Republic of Germany, 1955-1959. Internal affairs 631
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Federal Republic of Germany, 1960-January 1963. Internal affairs 633
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Germany--Federal Republic of Germany. Internal affairs, 1950-1954 630
Confidential U.S. State Department central files, Germany, internal affairs, 1930-1941 628
Confidential U.S. State Department central files, Germany, internal affairs, 1945-1949 : decimal number 862 629
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. India, foreign affairs, 1945-1949 [microform] 846
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. India, internal affairs, 1945-1949 [microform] 847
Confidential U.S. State Department central files, Indochina. Internal affairs, 1945-1949 856
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Iraq, 1945-1949, internal affairs, decimal number 890G; and foreign affairs, decimal number 711.90G 825
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Iraq, 1950-1954: internal affairs, decimal numbers 787, 887, and 987; and foreign affairs, decimal numbers, 687 and 611.87 826
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Lebanon, 1945-1949: internal affairs, decimal number 890E and foreign affairs, decimal numbers 790E and 711.90E 816
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Lebanon, 1950-1954: internal affairs, decimal numbers 783A and 983A; and foreign affairs, decimal numbers 683A and 611.83A 817
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Mexico, 1930-1939: internal affairs 440
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Mexico, 1940-1944 : internal affairs 442
Confidential U.S. State Department central files: Mexico, 1945-1949: internal affairs 443
Confidential U.S. State Department central files, Mexico, 1950-1954 foreign affairs 445
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Mexico, 1950-1954 : internal affairs 444
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Mexico, 1955-1959 : foreign affairs 447
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Mexico, 1955-1959 : internal affairs 446
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Mexico, 1960-January 1963 foreign affairs, decimal numbers 612 and 611.12 449
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Mexico, 1960-January 1963. Internal affairs 448
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Mexico, February 1963-1966. Part I, Political, governmental and national defense affairs, Subject-numeric categories, AID, CSM, DEF, and POL 450
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Palestine-Israel, foreign affairs, 1955-1959: decimal numbers 684, 684A, 611.84, and 611.84A 687
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Palestine-Israel: internal affairs, 1955-1959 : decimal numbers 784, 784A, 884, 884A, 984, and 984A 686
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Palestine, United Nations activities 685
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Syria, 1945-1949: internal affairs, decimal number 890D and foreign affairs, decimal numbers 790D and 711.90D 814
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Syria, 1950-1954: internal affairs, decimal numbers 783, 883, and 983 and foreign affairs, decimal numbers 683 and 611.83 [microform] 815
Confidential U.S. State Department central files. Vietnam 1960-January 1963: internal affairs and foreign affairs 858
Conger, Lewis 156
Congresos del Instituto de Historia del Derecho Indiano : (actas y publicaciones) 363
Congress of Industrial Organizations (U.S.) 247
Connecticut--legislative journals 39
Constitutional law -- Japan 898
Constitutional law--Mexico 456
Constitutions -- Japan 898
Constitutions, laws, and codes from Mexico 456
Constitutions--Mexico 456
Consular reports--United States 488
Contacto (Secretariado Social Mexicano) 465
Convento de la Merced (Arequipa, Peru) 478
Convento de Santo Domingo (Arequipa, Peru) 478
Cook County (Ill.)--Census, 8th, 1860. 133
Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933 171
Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933--Manuscripts 171
Cooperative societies--United States--History--Sources 12
Corporation of London. Records Office 554, 902, 555, 903
[Correspondence between Koraes and Thomas Jefferson. July-December, 1823; Jan. 30, 1825] 781
[Correspondence between Sweden and Italy in 1869, and between Sweden and France in 1876-77, concerning the Island of St. Bartholomew, West Indies 419
Correspondence of Sir John Reresby, 1685-1688 541
Correspondence of the Secretary of the Navy relating to African colonization, 1819-1844 [microform] 309
[Correspondence relating to Persia] 831
Counter-Reformation--France 578
County and regional histories of the "Old Northwest" Series IV, Illinois. 18
Court records--England--Huntingdonshire 514
The Court rolls of Ramsey, Hepmangrove, and Bury, 1268-1600 514
Credentials of delegates from Virginia to the Continental Congress 69
CRH newsletter 296
Crime--New York (State)--New York--History 294
Croatia--Local history 924
Cruise news and world report 296
Cuba--Biography 403
Cuba--Description and travel 397
Cuba--Economic conditions 404, 414
Cuba--Foreign relations 413
Cuba--Foreign relations--United States--Sources 395
Cuba--History 403, 394
Cuba--History--1810-1899 412
Cuba--History--1895- 411
Cuba--History--1909-1933--Sources 395
Cuba--History--American occupation, 1906-1909 403
Cuba--History--Insurrection, 1868-1878 403
Cuba--History--Revolution, 1895-1898 412, 406
Cuba--History--To 1810 412
Cuba--Intellectual life--20th century 411
Cuba--Politics and government 413, 410, 409
Cuba--Politics and government--1895- 402
Cuba--Politics and government--1909-1933--Sources 395
Cuba--Politics and government--1959- 407
Cuba -- Social conditions 400, 408
Cuidad del Carmen (Mexico) 434
Cuidad Juarez (Mexico) 434
Cultural property -- Protection -- Europe -- Archival resources. 648, 934
Culture in Mexico 460
Customs administration--United States--Records and correspondence 77, 78
Cyrillic union catalog 729
Czechoslovakia--Biography--Dictionaries 793
Czechoslovakia--Forei Relations--Austria--Sources 655, 786
Czechoslovakia--Foreign relations--Great Britain--Sources 785
Czechoslovakia--Foreign relations--United States 790
Czechoslovakia--Foreign relations--United States--Sources 787, 788
Czechoslovakia--History--1945-1992--Sources 789, 790
Czechoslovakia--History--Intervention, 1968--Sources 791
Czechoslovakia--History--Sources 785, 788
Czechoslovakia--Politic and government--1918-1938 785
Czechoslovakia--Politics and government--1945-1992--Sources 790
Czechoslovakia--Politics and government--1968-1989--Sources 791
Czechoslovakia--Politics and government--20th century--Sources 788
D'Arcy McNickle Center for the History of the American Indian 57
D.W. Griffith papers, 1897-1954 [microform] 187
Daily report. 931
Dallas (Tex.)--Directories 21
Dalmatia (Croatia)--Biography--Dictionaries 619
Dalnevostochnoe obozrienie (Vladivostok) 707
Daniels, Josephus, 1862-1948--Correspondence 271
Darrow, Clarence, 1857-1938 256
Dartmouth College. Library 320
Databases for the study of Afro-Louisiana history and genealogy : 1699-1860 311
Daughters of Bilitis 296
Davenport (Iowa)--Directories 21
Dayton (Ohio)--Directories 21
De Pouilly family 580
[De Pouilly family documents; inventories of property, income from properties, statements of marriage, etc., from June 1739-1788] 580
Deane, Charles 159
The Declassified documents reference system 44
Delegated legislation--France 576
Democratic party. National committee, 1864-1868 46
Democratic party. National convention 45
Democratic Party (U. S.) 45
Denmark--Biography--Dictionaries 667
Denmark--Local history 924
Denver (Colo.)--Directories 21
Der Nürnberger Prozess 645
Derevenskaia kommuna (Petrograd) 707
Derevenskaia pravda (Petrograd) 707
Despatches from Lord Berkley, Sir W. Temple and Sir L. Jenkins, English commissionaries at Nimwegen to the Secretary of State, 1677 545
Despatches from United States consular officials in [ ...], Mexico [dates]. Acapulco (1823-1906), Aguascalientes(1901-1906), Camargo (-1906), Campeche (1820-1888), Chihuahua (1830-1906), Cuidad Juarez [Paso del Norte] (1871-1906), Durango (1886-1906), Ens 434
Despatches from United States consuls in Amoy, 1844-1906 868
Despatches from United States consuls in Canton, 1790-1906 869
Despatches from United States consuls in Chefoo, 1863-1906 870
Despatches from United States consuls in Chinkiang, 1864-1902 871
Despatches from United States consuls in Chunking, 1896-1906 872
Despatches from United States consuls in Foochow, 1849-1906 873
Despatches from United States consuls in Hangchow, 1904-1906 874
Despatches from United States consuls in Hankow, 1861-1906 875
Despatches from United States consuls in Hong Kong, 1844-1906 876
Despatches from United States consuls in Jerusalem, Palestine, 1856-1906 681, 818
Despatches from United States consuls in Macao, 1849-1906 878
Despatches from United States consuls in Nanking, 1902-1906 880
Despatches from United States consuls in Ningpo, 1853-1896 881
Despatches from United States consuls in Panama, 1823-1906 473
Despatches from United States consuls in Rio de Janeiro, 1811-1906 488
Despatches from United States consuls in Saigon, 1886-1906 853
Despatches from United States consuls in Seoul, 1886-1906 892
Despatches from United States consuls in Shanghai, 1847-1906 882
Despatches from United States consuls in Swatow, 1860-1881 883
Despatches from United States consuls in Tientsin, 1868-1906 884
Despatches from United States ministers to Brazil, 1809-1906 487
Despatches from United States ministers to Brazil, 1809-1906 Pamphlet accompanying microcopy no. M121 489
Despatches from United States ministers to China, 1843-1906 866
Despatches from United States ministers to France, 1789-1906 585
Despatches from United States ministers to Great Britain, 1791-1906 [microfilm] 79
Despatches from United States ministers to Japan, 1855-1906 894
Despatches from United States ministers to Korea, 1883-1905 890
Despatches from United States Ministers to Mexico, 1823-1906 [microform] 431
Despatches from United States Ministers to Persia, 1883-1906 827
Despatches from United States ministers to Puerto Rico, 1821-1899 383
Despatches from United States ministers to Russia, 1808-1906 700
Despatches from United States ministers to Spain, 1792-1906 [microfilm] 616
Despatches from United States ministers to Turkey, 1818-1906 808, 782
Desperate Living (Baltimore) 295
Detroit (Mich.)--Directories 21
Deutsche Einheit : Dokumente zur Deutschlandpolitik 643
Deutsches Biographisches Archiv 649
Deutsches biographisches Archiv. Neue Folge bis zur Mitte des 20. Jahrhunderts eine Kumulation aus 284 der wichtigsten biographischen Nachschlagewerke für den deutschsprachigen Bereich 650
DeWindt, Edwin Brezette 514
Diaries, 1881-1932. 567, 182
Diario de los debates de la H. Cámara de Diputados, 1916-1994 455
Diario de sesiones 617
Diary 96
Diary, 1765-1766 64
The diary of Henry Wallace, January 18, 1935-September 19, 1946 [Microfilm] 198
Dictionary of American biography 24
Dictionary of national biography on CD-ROM [computer file]. 492
Die "Judenfrage": Schriften zur Begründung des modernen Antisemitismus 1780 bis 1918 639, 677
Dielo (Leningrad) 707
Dielo naroda (Leningrad) 707
Dielo narodnoe (Petrograd) 707
Diplomatic and consular service, American 486, 80, 853
[Diplomatic dispatches from Prague concerning Czechoslovakia. Vienna, 1918-1933] 655, 786
Diplomatic instructions of the Department of State, 1801-1906 486, 80
Diplomatic instructions of the Department of State, 1801-1906. Korea 889
Directorio Revolucionario Estudiantil de Cuba 410
Disarmament 205
Discovery (Ship) 552, 97
Divorce--Collected works 262
Doane, Alger Nicolaus 510
Dobrovolets (Leningrad) 707
Documentary history of the ratification of the constitution: microform supplement 70
Documentos (INAREMAC (Organization)) 465
[Documents and correspondence relating to Tabriz] 832
Documents from the records of the Department of State now in the National Archives relating to Henry B. Adams, 1863-1865 158
Documents of the National Security Council, 1947-1977 210
Documents of the National Security Council. Fifth supplement [microform] 215
Documents of the National Security Council. First supplement 211
Documents of the National Security Council. Fourth supplement 214
Documents of the National Security Council. Second supplement 212
Documents of the National Security Council. Seventh supplement 217
Documents of the National Security Council. Sixth supplement 216
Documents of the National Security Council. Third supplement 213
Documents on British policy overseas 571
Documents on disarmament, 1945-1982 : a collection from the United States Arm Control and Disarmament Agency 205
[Documents on Persia, 1899-1913] 829
Domestic letters of the Department of State, 1784-1906 71
Douglass, Frederick 325
[The Draper collection of manuscripts] 101
Draper, Lyman Copeland, 1815-1891 101, 102
Draper, Lyman Copeland, 1815-1891--Manuscripts 101, 102
The Draper manuscript collection 102
Drug (Kishniev) 707
Drug traffic--Cuba 413
[Du Bois newspaper clipping books] 331
[Du Bois papers][19--?-1951] 330, 181
Du Bois, W. E. B. 330, 181, 332
Du Bois, W. E. B, 1868-1963 331, 329, 180
Du Bois, W. E. B., 1877-1963 329, 180
Duke University--Library 313
Dulles, John Foster, 1888-1959 224
Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies 915
Dumont d'Urville, Jules-Sébastien-César, 1790-1842 904
Durango (Mexico) 434
Dvadtsatyi viek (Leningrad) 707
Dykes and gorgons 296
Early American imprints, 1639-1800 3
Early American imprints, 1801-1819 5
Early American newspapers, 1704-1820 6
Early English books, 1641-1700 498
Early English books I (Pollard and Redgrave, STC I), 1475-1640 495
Early English newspapers 502, 503
[Early state legislative journals] 39
East Bay gay men's newsletter 296
East India Company (English) 835, 863, 836, 838, 837
Ecology--Mexico 464
Economic history 923
Economic history -- Mexico -- Jalisco -- 1600-1750 -- Sources 423
Economic history -- Mexico -- Jalisco -- 1750-1918 -- Sources 423
Economics 923, 926
Education--History 922
Education -- Mexico -- History -- 20th century 459
Education--United States 172
Effeminist 296
Egypt--Foreign relations--United States 811
Egypt--History--1919---Sources 812, 813
Egypt--History--Intervention, 1956--Sources 687
Egypt--History--Revolution, 1952--Sources 813
Ehrlichman, John 227
The Eighteenth century 499, 4
Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1890-1969 224
El Faro 461
El pensamiento político español del siglo XIX: textos 618
El Salvador--Foreign relations--United States--Sources 471
El Salvador--Politics and government--1944-1979--Sources 471
El Salvador : the making of U.S. policy, 1977-1984 471
Election law--Mexico 468
Elections -- England -- London -- History -- Databases 550
Elections--Europe, Western--History--19th century 928
Elections in Western Europe since 1815 : electoral results by constituencies 928
Elections--Mexico--History--20th century 468
Electronic Monumenta Germaniae Historica [computer file] 626, 920
Elijah Muhammad 339
Elizabeth I, Queen of England, 1533-1603 530
Ella Strong Denison Library 258
The Emil J. Gumbel collection political papers of an anti-Nazi scholar in Weimar and exile, 1914-1966 637
The Emma Goldman papers: a microfilm edition 176, 272
Engels, Friedrich 926
England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I) 530
England--Foreign relations--Scotland 540
England--Intellectual life--17th century--Sources 528
England--Social conditions--17th century--Sources 546
England--Social conditions--18th century--Sources 546
English diaries--Manuscripts--Facsimiles 291, 558
English drama--History and criticism 263, 560
English imprints 499, 4
English literature--Early modern, 1500-1700 498, 495
English literature--Middle English, 1100-1500 495
English newspapers--Catalogs 503
English reports on CD-ROM 506
[English tracts] 496
Ensenada (Mexico) 434
Erie (Pa.)--Directories 21
Erotic literature--History--Sources 289
ESTC 499, 4
ESTC (Project) 499, 4
Estlin, John Bishop, 1785-1855 323, 557
Estlin papers from Dr. William's library, Gordon Square, London 323, 557
Ethnological and historical sources for the islands of the Pacific 899
Ethnology--Latin America 357
Ethnology--Peru 483
Euopean Local History Preservation Project 924
Europe--Description and travel--17th-18th centuries 144
European literature--Renaissance, 1450-1600 518
Evangelización y misiones en Iberoamérica y Filipinas textos históricos (I) 358
Evans, Charles, 1850-1935. American bibliography 3
Evansville (Ind.)--Directories 21
Even imprints--Catalogs 744
Even language--Texts--Catalogs 744
Evenki imprints--Catalogs 743
Evenki language--Texts--Catalogs 743
[Evrei v Rossii] 680, 706
Executive departments--United States--Sources 37
Ezel movement archives: Tel Aviv, 1936-1976 683, 820
Ezel movement in mandatory Palestine 683, 820
Ezhednevnyi informatsionnyi listok (Leningrad) 707
Face the nation 930
Factory system--Southern States--History--19th century--Sources 313
Facts on film 349
Fag Rag (Boston) 295
Fainsod, Merle 719
Falconry 597
Fall River (Mass.)--Directories 21
Family planning oral history project 284
Fasts and feasts -- Latin America -- Sources 364
FBI file on A. Philip Randolph 340
FBI file on Cesar Chavez and United Farm Workers 255
FBI file on Elijah Muhammad 339
FBI file on Malcolm X 345
FBI file on Paul Robeson 341
FBI file on Roy Wilkins 342
FBI file on the Black Panther Party--North Carolina 346
FBI file on the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) 334
FBI file on the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee 344
FBI file on W.E.B. Du Bois 332
FBI filing and records procedures 35
Federal surveillance of Afro-Americans, 1917-1925 : the First World War, the Red Scare, and the Garvey movement 338
Feminism 259
Feminism--Cuba--History 287, 396
Feminism--Great Britain 574, 292
Feminism--United States--History--Sources 271, 272
Feminist Review (London) 295
Feminists--United States--Biography 274
Festivals -- Latin America -- Sources 364
Fifth census of the United States, 1830, Illinois 129
Fifty-two letters from Dr. Carey at Serampore, to Dr. Ryland, at Bristol. [1793-1825] 841
Files of evidence connected with the investigation of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy 246
[Files of the Department of State concerning relations with Czechoslovak republic, 1918-1933] 787
Filing systems 35
Fillmore, Millard 125
Finance 923
Finance, Public--United States 186
Finance--United States--History--Sources 12
Finland--Biography--Dictionaries 667
Finland--Local history 924
Fire insurance maps from the Sanborn Map Company archives, 1900s-1990. Illinois. 22
The Flag and the law : a documentary history of the treatment of the American flag by the Supreme Court and Congress 43
Flags--Law and legislation--United States--History--Sources 43
Folliot, George 64
Fond 6, KPK pri TSK KPSS Opis 6 dokumenty = Fond 6, Central Control Commission of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the USSR. Opis 6 : documents 708
Foochow (China) 873
Ford, Worthington C 160
Foreign Office confidential print, North American Civil War 157
The Forster and Dyce Collections from the National Art Library at the Victoria and Albert Museum 547
Forsyth, John, 1812-1877 156
Fort Wayne (Ind.)--Directories 21
Fort Worth (Tex.)--Directories 21
Fox, George Townsend, 1810-1886 153
France--Biography--Dictionaries 587, 588
France--Colonies--Biography--Dictionaries 587, 588
France--Commerce--History--Sources 581
France--Commerce--Russia 695
France--Diplomatic and consular service--History--Sources 582
France--Foreign relations--Great Britain, 1789-1815--Sources 582
France--Foreign relations--Great Britain--Sources 512
France--Foreign relations--Indochina--Sources 854, 855
France--Foreign relations--United States--Sources 585
France--History--February Revolution, 1848 586
France--History, Military--18th century 579, 59
France--History--Revolution, 1789-1799--Newspapers 584
France--History--Revolution, 1789-1799--Sources 582, 583, 581
France--History--Sources 576
France. Laws, statutes, etc. 576
France--Local history 924
France. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Archives 695
France--Politics and government--1589-1789--Sources 581
France--Politics and government--16th century--Sources 577
France--Politics and government--17th century--Sources 577
France's forgotten legion: Service records of French military and administrative personnel stationed in the Mississippi Valley and Gulf Coast Region, 1699-1769 579, 59
France. Sovereigns, etc. 576
Francisco del Paso y Troncoso archivo 360
Franklin, Benjamin 82
Franks, Bobby, 1909-1924 256
Free particle 296
Free Public Library (New Bedford, Mass.) 906
Free Trader Journal (Ottawa) 19
Freedom of speech--United States--History--Sources 43
French-Canadians--Biography--Dictionaries 587, 588
French diocesan catechisms, 1615-1900. 578
French--Louisiana--History 579, 59
[French newspapers, era of French Revolution] 584
[French newspapers, etc., of 1848] 586
French political pamphlets, 1547-1648 577
French Revolution research collection 260, 583
French royal and administrative acts: 1256-1794 576
Frey, Axel 887
Frey, John Philip 249
Frey, John Philip,1871-1957 249
Frontier and pioneer life -- Illinois. 107
Frontiers 295
Fuentes 610
Fuentes toponímicas en los pergaminos condales de Cancillería del Archivo de la Corona de Aragón (s. IX-XII) y su valoración histórica 610
Fund for the Republic, Inc., New York 54
fur trade--North America--sources 116, 117, 115
Furies (Washington) 295
GAA lifeline 296
Le Gai Pied 295
Galveston (Tex.)--Directories 21
Games -- Latin America -- Sources 364
Gay Activists Alliance 299
Gay activists--New York (State)--History--Sources 299
Gay activists--United States--History--Sources 299
Gay and Lesbian Historical Society of Northern California 296
[Gay and Lesbian microfilm serial collection]. 295
Gay Bay newsletter 296
Gay Blade (Washington) 295
Gay Community Center (Baltimore) 295
Gay Community News (Boston) 295
Gay focus 296
Gay Information 295
Gay Left (London) 295
Gay liberation movement--California--San Francisco Bay Area--Periodicals--Microform catalogs 296
Gay liberation movement--Great Britain 574 , 292
Gay liberation movement--New York (State) 300
Gay liberation movement--New York (State)--History--20th century--Sources 299, 298
Gay liberation movement -- periodicals 297
Gay liberation movement--United States--History--20th century--Sources 299, 298
Gay liberation movement -- United States -- History -- Sources 301
Gay Liberator (Detroit) 295
Gay Life (Chicago) 295
Gay Madison (Madison) 295
Gay men--California--San Francisco Bay Area--Periodicals--Microform catalogs 296
Gay men -- New York -- periodicals 297
Gay people's newsletter 296
Gay pride crusader 296
Gay radical rag 296
The gay rights movement [1970-1983]. Gay Activists Alliance : from the International Gay Information Center, The New York Public Library 299
The gay rights movement. Mattachine Society of New York, Inc. : from the International Gay Information Center, The New York Public Library 298
Gay rights--New York (State)--History--Sources 299, 298
Gay rights--United States--History--Sources 301, 299, 298
Gay serials 295
Gay students union 296
Gay sunshine 296
Gay switchboard 296
Gay Teachers Association Newsletter (Brooklyn) 295
Gay voice 296
Gays--New York (State) 300
Gays--New York (State)--History--20th century--Sources 299, 298
Gays--United States--History--20th century--Sources 299, 298
Gaysweek (New York) 295
Gazette manuscrite 581
Gazettes--Russia 731
Georgia--legislative journals 39
Georgia (Republic)--Bibliography--Catalogs 745
Georgian imprints--Catalogs 745
German imprints 651
Germany. Auswärtiges Amt. 635, 636, 454
Germany--Biography 650
Germany--Biography--Dictionaries 649
Germany--Commerce--Statistics 647
Germany (East)--Foreign relations--United States 632, 634
Germany (East)--History--Sources 632, 634
Germany--Foreign economic relations 647
Germany--Foreign relations--1918-1933--Sources 635, 636, 454
Germany--Foreign relations--1933-1945--Sources 635, 636, 454
Germany--Foreign relations--1945- 633
Germany--Foreign relations--20th century 638
Germany--Foreign relations--Great Britain--Sources 627
Germany--Foreign relations--Mexico--Sources 636, 454
Germany Geheime Staatspolizei 641
Germany--History--1918-1933--Sources 628
Germany--History--1933-1945 641
Germany--History--1933-1945--Sources 647, 678, 640, 628
Germany--History--20th century--Sources 627
Germany -- History -- To 1517 -- Databases. 626, 920
Germany -- History -- To 1517 -- Sources -- Databases 626, 920
Germany -- History -- Unification, 1990 -- Sources. 643
Germany--Local history 924
Germany--Politics and government--1918-1933--Sources 642
Germany--Politics and government--20th century 638
Germany--Politics and government--20th century--Sources 627, 637
Germany Statistisches Reichsamt 647
Germany (West)--Economic conditions--Sources 631, 630
Germany (West)--Politics and government--Sources 631, 630
Germany (West)--Social conditions--Sources 631, 630
Gerritsen, C. V., 1850-1905 259
Gerritsen collection of women's history 259
Gesamtverzeichnis des deutschsprachigen Schrifttums (GV), 1700-1910 651
Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, 1860-1935--Correspondence 271
Gilyak imprints--Catalogs 757
Gittig, Heinz 678, 640
Glavnoe upravlenie ispravitel'no-trudovykh lagerei OGPU 722
Gli atti del Comune di Milano nei secoli 12. e 13. 623
Godolphin, Sidney Godolphin, Earl of, 1645-1712 544
Goff, Frederick Richmond 670
Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940 176, 272
Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940--archives 272
Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940--correspondence 272
Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature 11, 302, 625, 354, 500, 575, 923
Golos (Sanktpeterburg) 707
Gorzny, Willi 650
Gosudarstvennaia publichnaia biblioteka imeni M.E. Saltykova-Shchedrina 775
Gosudarstvennyi arkhiv Rossiiskoi Federatsii 708
Gosudarstvennyi teatr imeni Meierkhol'da 720
Government in Mexico 457
Government publications--United States 36
Government publications--United States--Periodicals 44
Government, Resistence to--History--19th century--Sources 563
Governmental investigations--United States 341
Governors--Indiana--Archives 99
Grand Rapids (Mich.)--Directories 21
Grant, Ulysses S., 1822-1885 162
Grazhdanin 707
Grea Britain--Social conditions--19th century--Sources 563
Great Britain--Biography 493, 494
Great Britain -- Biography -- Dictionaries 492
Great Britain--Colonial Office 564
Great Britain--Colonies--Administration 564
Great Britain--Colonies--America--History--Sources 56, 532, 380
Great Britain--Colonies--Biography 493, 494
Great Britain--Colonies--Commerce 549
Great Britain -- Colonies -- History -- Sources 382, 55, 531
Great Britain--Commerce--China 835, 863
Great Britain--Commerce--Directories--Sources 559
Great Britain--Commerce--East Indies 837
Great Britain--Commerce--India 835, 863, 836
Great Britain--Commerce--Russia 697, 698
Great Britain--Commercie--Russia--History--Sources 696
Great Britain. Exchequer 516, 515
Great Britain--executive departments--records and correspondence 566
Great Britain. Foreign and Commonwealth Office 571
Great Britain. Foreign Office 699, 831, 832, 829, 472, 785, 453, 307, 864
Great Britain--Foreign Office--Archives 627
Great Britain--Foreign relations--1558-1603--Sources 530
Great Britain--Foreign relations--1936-1945 569
Great Britain--Foreign relations--1945---Sources 571
Great Britain--Foreign relations--China--Sources 864
Great Britain--Foreign relations--Czechoslovakia--Sources 785
Great Britain--Foreign relations--France--Sources 512
Great Britain--Foreign relations--Germany--Sources 627
Great Britain--Foreign relations--Iran--Sources 831, 832, 829
Great Britain--Foreign relations--Ireland--Sources 565
Great Britain--Foreign relations--Mexico--Sources 453
Great Britain--Foreign relations--Nicaragua 472
Great Britain--Foreign relations--Soviet Union--Sources 699
Great Britain--Foreign relations--United States 157
Great Britain--Foreign relations--United States--Sources 155, 79
Great Britain--History--1066-1687 512
Great Britain--History--1066-1687--Sources 529
Great Britain--History--14th century--Sources 515
Great Britain--History--15th century--Sources 516, 515
Great Britain--History--1660-1714--Sources 529, 542, 62
Great Britain--History--17th century 538
Great Britain--History--17th century--Sources 539
Great Britain--History--19th century 567, 182
Great Britain--History--20th century--Sources 566
Great Britain--History--Anglo-Saxon period, 445-1066--Manuscripts--Facsimiles 510
Great Britain--History--Charles I, 1625-1649--Sources 537
Great Britain--History--Civil War, 1642-1649--Sources 496, 497
Great Britain--History--Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660--Sources 496, 497
Great Britain--History--Medieval period, 1066-1485--Sources 511
Great Britain--History, Naval 66, 553
Great Britain--History, Naval--Sources 554 , 902, 555, 903
Great Britain--History--Restoration, 1660-1688--Sources 496, 501, 497, 541
Great Britain--History--Sources 529, 502, 536
Great Britain -- History -- Stuarts, 1603-1714 -- Sources 526
Great Britain -- History -- Tudors, 1485-1603 -- Sources 526, 530
Great Britain--History--Victoria, 1837-1901--Sources 566
Great Britain. India Office 839
Great Britain. India Office. Record Branch 837
Great Britain--Local history 924
Great Britain--Nobility--Correspondence 527
Great Britain. Parliament 509, 508
Great Britain--Parliament--House of Commons 507, 509, 508
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. 533
Great Britain--Parliament--House of Lords--Archives 534, 533
Great Britain--Parliament--Parliamentary papers 509, 508
Great Britain--Politics and government, 1066-1485--Sources 512
Great Britain--Politics and government, 1485-1603--Sources 512
Great Britain--Politics and government--1547-1603--Sources 534
Great Britain--Politics and government--1603-1714--Sources 534, 533
Great Britain--Politics and government--1714-1820--Sources 533
Great Britain--Politics and government--1800-1837--Sources 321, 556
Great Britain--Politics and Government--1837-1901--Sources 562
Great Britain--Politics and government--1945- 572, 293
Great Britain--Politics and government--History 527
Great Britain. Privy Council. 536
Great Britain Public Record Office 530, 831, 832, 829, 864, 536, 565, 566, 564, 157, 525, 548, 569
Great Britain--Religion--History 527
Great Britain--Social life and customs--History 527
Great Britain--Sovereign 512
Great Britain. Sovereigns, etc. 538
Great Britain--Treasury 548
Great Britain. War Cabinet 569
Great Britain--Woman's suffrage 568, 288
Greece--Biography--Dictionaries 778
Greece--Foreign relations--Sources 784, 783, 810, 809
Greece--Politics and government--1917-1935--Sources 783, 809
Greece--Politics and government--1935-1967--Sources 784, 783, 810, 809
Greek biographical archive = Griechisches biographisches Archiv 778
Griffith, D. W, 1875-1945 187
Griffith, D. W., 1875-1948 187
Grossman, James R. 336
Grover Cleveland papers [microform] 166
GSN [Gay studies newsletter] - (Toronto [etc]) 295
GSU newsletter 296
Guadeloupe--Politics and government 416
La Guardia, Fiorello H 233, 231, 232, 234, 230
La Guardia, Fiorello H. (Fiorello Henry), 1882-1947--Correspondence 271
Guatemala--Missionaries--Sources 370
Guayamas (Mexico) 434
Guerrero (Mexico) 434
Guevara, Ernesto 410
Guirot, A. J. 156
GULag NKVD 722
The GULAG Press, 1920-1937. 722
Gumbel, Emil Julius 637
Hacienda de San José‚ del Potrerillo (Mexico) 423
Hacienda de San Juan de los Cedros (Mexico) 423
Haight Ashbury free press 296
Haiti--Description and travel 416
Haiti--Politics and government--20th century 416
Haitian literature 416
Hajo Holborn papers 638
Haldeman, H. R. 227
Hale, John P., 1806-1873 320
Hall, Gwendolyn Midlo 311
Hamilton, Alexander, 1757-1804 94