American popular songs, 1895-1973 reel 59.
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 59.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1947-1949.
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- 1 microfilm reel.
- Popular songs chiefly for voice and piano.
- Titles in order of apperance on microfilm.
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- P.S. 1947, series 3: Bet a Yid Rosh Hashonoh = (A new year’s prayer) / words and music by Ben Gailing, arr. By Geo. J. Siegel -- Hello spring! This is love / words and music by Robyn Teakle and Alf. J. Lawrance -- Rumania, Rumania / melody by Aaron Lebedeff, arr. By Sholom Secunda.
- P.S. 1948, series 1: At a sidewalk penny arcade / words and music by Martin Kalmanoff, Aaron Schroeder, Eddie White and Jimmy MacDonald -- Bahama lullaby / words by Joe Gilbert, music by Charles Lofthouse -- Betsy / [by] Terry Shand, Mickey Leader and Jimmy Eaton -- Birthday song / by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher -- A bluebird singing in my heart (The la, la, la, la song) / lyric by Sammy Gallop, music by Michel Emer -- The bluebird song : A bluebird must have brought you, baby / words and music by Louis O’Connell -- Brush those tears from your eyes / by Oakley Haldeman, Al Trace, Jimmy Lee -- Bubble-loo, bubble-loo / words and music by Hoagy Carmichael and Paul Francis Webster -- But none like you / words and music by Ray Noble -- Bye bye blackbird / lyric by Mort Dixon, music by Ray Henderson -- Candy store blues / by Herb Jeffries, Nick Castle, Eddie Beal -- The city of New York / words and music by Thomas G. Meehan -- Confess / words and music by Bennie Benjamin, George Weiss -- Country fair / by Mel Tormé and Robert Wells -- Do me a favor, will ya? / lyric by Beasley Smith, music by Francis Craig -- Donna bella / by Buddy Kaye, Dick Manning, Ben Lessy -- Dreamy Broadway Rose / words by James E. Hallenbeck, music by C. Isabel Mayer -- Dreamy lullaby / words and music by Bennie Benjamin, George Weiss and Frankie Carle -- Evelyn / by Paul Weston, Sid Robin -- Evening bells / by Walt Dana and Albert Gamse -- Everybody loves somebody / lyric by Irving Taylor, music by Ken Lane -- Far away places / by Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer -- For Christmas / lyric by Mel Howard, music by Lee Erwin -- Gathering stars / words and music by Louis O’Connell, Bob Hayes and Bud Fish -- Hearts with, you lose / by Andrew B. Sterling, adaptation by Jack Clifford -- I’m doin’ all right in this country / by Louis O’Connell -- I’m in love—can’t you tell / by Lenore M. Prizep, Joe Meresco -- I can’t afford to send you roses / by Charles White and Dan Franklin -- I’ve written your name on my heart / words and music by W.R. Williams & Eddie Ballantine -- In my heart / by Jack Fulton, Dick Cunliffe and Bob Atchel -- In the park on the mall / words and music by Thomas G. Meehan -- It’s Christmas time / words and music by Louis O’Connell -- It’s time to play again in Honolulu / words and music by R. Alex Anderson -- July and I / lyric by Eddie De Lange, music by Bonnie Lake -- Keep a-knockin’ (But you can’t come in) / words and music by Gene Austin and Pony Sherrell -- The last thing I want is your pity / by Frank Loesser -- A lovely rainy afternoon / by Dick Robertson, James Cavanaugh, Frank Weldon -- Lover’s polka / by Billy Hays and Tom Bindhart -- Maid of Seville / lyrics by Ted Eddy, music by Paul Chelly -- Matinee / lyric by Bob Russell, music by Carl Sigman -- Mistletoe kiss polka / words by Constance Carpenter, music by Jimmy Kennedy -- Moments / words and music by Louis O’Connell -- The moon is always bigger on a Saturday night / words by Gene Piller, music by Ruth Roberts -- Mother’s asleep in the sky / words and music by Arthur Borst -- (When they play) The Mummer’s reel / words and music by Billy Hays -- My baby said “maybe” / by Ross MacLean and Arthur Richardson -- My dream house / by Atra Baer and Martin Kalmanoff -- All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth / words and music by Don Gardner -- No longer / by Charles Tobias, Harry Tobias, Henry Tobias -- Nobody but you / words and music by Buddy Pepper -- Oh, my! / words by Louis O’Connell, music by Ruth Rogala and Ronald Tanski, arr. by Harry Rose -- On the other side of town / words and music by Louis O’Connell -- On the painted desert / words by Jimmy Kennedy, music by Nat Simon -- Our love song / by Louis O’Connell -- Popsicle Pete / words and music by Louis O’Connell -- A real old fashioned Christmas / by Louis O’Connell -- (When there’s a will, there’s) Relatives, relatives / by Sid Onflick, Elwood Stutz, Sid Berman -- A rose of Rio / by Jimmy Kennedy -- A rosewood spinet / words by Charles Tobias, music by Nat Simon -- The sad cowboy / by Al Gannaway, Walt Farrar, Hoagy Carmichael -- The sample song / by Edward Lane and John Jacob Loeb -- She picked it up in Mexico / lyric by Jack Yellen, music by Isham Jones -- Since I fell for you / words and music by Buddy Johnson -- Somebody stole my rose colored glasses / lyric by Leni Mason, music by Arthur Berman -- The song of New York / words by F. Cogswell Canfield, music by Kathleen Wright -- The string band polka / lyric by Hal Moore, music by Dave Stephens -- Sunflower Lane / words and music by Louis O’Connell -- Talking to myself about you / by Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston and Irving Taylor -- Tea leaves / by Morty Berk, Frank Capano, Max C. Freedman -- Thoughtless / lyric by Buddy Kaye, music by Carl Lampl -- Time out for tears / words and music by Abe Schiff, Irving Berman -- Too many years ago / by Jimmy Kennedy and John Klenner -- What did he say? (The mumble song) / words and music by Charles Grean and Cy Coben -- Where in the world (But in America) / words and music by Glenn Rowell, Fred Waring and Jack Dolph -- You were only fooling (While I was falling in love) / words by Billy Faber and Fred Meadows, music by Larry Fotine.
- P.S. 1948, series 2: “A”—you’re adorable (The alphabet song) / words and music by Buddy Kaye, Fred Wise, Sidney Lippman -- About you / words by Carmeal DeFoe, music by Lew Tobin -- Abrazame = (Embrace me) / words by Vic Baron, music by Jack Perery and Marion Brody -- Acushla mine / words by Terry Sullivan, music by Jimmy Kennedy -- All my love (Bolero) / words by Mitchell Parish, Frency lyric by Henri Contet, music by Paul Durand -- America leader in peace and liberty / words and music by Constantino Scotese -- At the first fall of snow / by Lorene Rose -- B-one baby / words and music by Cliffie Stone & Stan Freberg -- Be mine! / words by Desmond O’Connor, musical adaptation by Harold Fields -- Beatin’, bangin’, ‘n scratchin’ / words and music by Ramey Idriss and George Tibbles -- Beautiful eyes / by Frankie Adams, Leonard Rosen, Neal Madaglia -- The birthday waltz / words and music by Don Pelosi, Leo Towers & D. Barricini -- Blue Christmas / words and music by Billy Hayes and Jay Johnson -- Calling you / by Hank Williams -- Candy kisses / words and music by George Morgan -- Charlotte Belle (Carolina waltz) / words and music by Dick Roman, Lou Vickers -- Chimes of Avalon / lyric by Earl Carroll, music by Lionel Newman -- The Christmas waltz / [by] Betty Swift, Harold Edwards and Charles Hathaway -- Comme çi, comme ça / English lyrics by Joan Whitney an Alex Kramer, music by Bruno Coquatrix, French lyrics by Pierre Dudan -- Constitution / words taken from the Constitution of the United States, adapted by W.J. Henderson, adapted by H.J. Henderson, music by W.J. Henderson -- Country boy / [by] Felice & Boudleaux Bryant -- Cute little twist / words and music by Thomas G. Meehan -- Dad gave my dog away / words and music by T. Texas Tyler, Mary Jean Shurtz & Jake Taylor -- Dare to dream / words and music by Lee Morris -- Deck of cards / music composed and words written and adapted by T. Texas Tylor -- Deep water / by Fred Rose -- The devil to pay / words and music by Merle Travis and Leon Rusk -- The Dixieland polka / by Al Donahue and Woody Caligan -- Each flower that blooms must die / words and music by Alan Moore, Henry Schelb and Hal Moore -- Enjoy yourself (It’s later than you think) / lyric by Herb Magidson, music by Carl Sigman -- The feathery feelin’ / by Frank Loesser -- Gloria / [by] Leon René -- God bless our home sweet home / lyric by Irwin M. Cassel and John W. Bratton, music by Mana-Zucca, op., 205 -- Happy? / words by A.M. Evans, music by J. Crane -- Henpecked Joe / words and music by Pat Noto, Ed Scalzi, Bob Chester -- Here’s to our glorious flag / lyric by Noreene Ahearn, music by Inna Rublow -- Honky tonk blues / words and music by Hank Williams -- Honky tonkin’ / by Hank Williams -- How can you buy Killarney? / by Morrison Kennedy, Grundland Steels -- How could I say “no” / words and music by Thomas G. Meehan -- How many tears must fall / words and music by Isham Jones -- I’m in the middle of a riddle / lyric by Albert Goetz, music by Frank Winkler -- I can’t get you out of my mind / words and music by Gladys Snell Davis -- I can’t spell Schenectady / by Al Trace & Arthur Terker, Harry Clarkson Y& Abner Silver -- I don’t care (If tomorrow never comes) / by Hank Williams -- I hear the song of Israel / words and music by Jessed Greer -- I remember the cornfields / words and music by Martyn Mayne, Harry Ralton -- I want to go to heaven / words and music by Louis Maur -- I’ll take the blame / words and music by Perry Martin -- If I were you / words and music by Burton Strock -- In my own quiet way / by Ian Donez, Eli Dawson, Herbert Gray -- In the park = (Tu chantais) / English lyrics by Ruth Herscher and Louis Herscher, music by Daniel J. White, French text by Henri Contet -- Information please / words and music by Merle Travis, Red Murrell and Harold Hensley -- It’s like taking candy from baby / lyric by Bob Russell, music by Al Russell, Joel Cowan -- Janie and me / words and music by Thomas G. Meehan -- Judy / words and music by E.W. “Tiny” Stokes -- Kentucky means paradise / words and music by Merle Travis -- They key / words by Harold Cluff, music by Oscar Berceller -- Lawdy, what a gal / words and music by Merle Travis & Cliffie Stone -- Let’ do the samba / words and music by Bernardo Mendoza -- Let’s go around together / lyric by Barbara Wright, music by Bob Ecton -- Liz is a whiz at a quiz show / words and music by Louise Squire -- Love is where you find it / lyric by Earl K. Brent, music by Nacio Herb Brown -- Lullaby : Sweet dreams form a shade / [lyric by] William Blake, [music by] Ruth Bampton -- A mansion on the hill / by Hank Williams and Fred Rose -- Me and your cigarette / lyric by Hal David, melody by Arthur Altman -- The merry mound was a horse / words and music by Louis Maur -- My Mexican senorita / lyric and music by Jeff Coldrey -- Mick McGilligan’s ball / words and music by Michael Casey -- Minnesota polka / words and music by Perry Martin -- Moonlight in Montevideo = (Luna de Montevideo) / words and music byHarry Atwood, Ruth Grahm and Lou Herscher, Spanish lyric by Nestor Amaral -- Murder on the radio / words and music by Dude Martin and Ted Johnson -- My cabin in Canada = (Ma cabane au Canada) / by Mireille Brocey and Louis Gaste, English lyrics by Chester Conn -- My goo-goo eye / words and music by Louis Maur -- My love for you (has turned to hate) / by Hank Williams -- My twilight song / lyric by Charles Tobias, music by Jimmy Kennedy -- Never again (will I knock on your door) / by Hank Williams -- No orchids for my lady / lyric by Alan Stranks, music by Jack Strtachey -- No you = (Sans vous) / words by Jimmy Kennedy, music by Paul Misraki, French lyric by Andrew Hornez -- O blessed wedding day / adapted by Wishart Campbell, words and music by Cecil G. Barnham-Kappey -- O’Leary is leery of fallin’ in love / words and music by Dave Cunliffe, Jack Fulton and Bob Crosby -- O samba = (The samba) / words and Portuguese music by Laurino Almeida, English lyrics by Harry Forbes -- Old number nine / words and music by Arthur Borst -- On a slow boat to China / by Frank Loesser -- One-sided love / lyric by Mitchell Parish, music by Mano Ziegler -- The pale horse and his rider / by Johnnie Bailes and Ervin Staggs -- Pray together and we’ll stay together / words and music by John Redmond -- Reflections on the water (I’m looking down at me) / words and music by Billy Reid -- Ringy ding ding dang (I love the fire bells) / words & music by Perry Martin -- Rio Rose / lyric and music by Jeff Coldrey -- Rock-a-bye town / words and music by Remus Harris, Harold Edwards and Charles Hathaway -- Salt / words and music by Jack Adrian -- Salute to Israel / words and music by Harry Lipson -- Satisfied / words and music by Jeff Coldrey and Peter Byron -- Say it everyday / words and music by Jack Watson, Edward McKay -- Scalawag / words and music by Al Jacobs, Larry Stock and Joseph Meyer -- Smootch / words and music by Dude Martin & Ted Johnson -- Someday you’ll call my name / written by Jean Branch & Eddie Hill -- Song in my heart for peace / lyric by Mary De Zevallos, music by Marcel Frank -- Supper must be on the table at six o’clock / words and music by Ian Donez, Eli Dawson -- A symphony in my arms / words and music by Thomas G. Meehan -- Talking boogie / words and music by Tex Williams & Cliffie Stone -- Tennessee Moon / by Jean Branch & Cowboy Copas -- That’s no way to do! / lyric by Douglass Cross, music by George Cory -- There’s no room in my heart (for the blues) / by Fred Rose & Zeb Turner -- Tish, tish, McTavish / words and music by Lee Morris -- To-night (When I say good-bye) / words and music by Thomas Colangelo, Bobby Gregory -- Toyland polka / words and music by Henry Schelb and Dale Fitzsimmons -- Treasure of the valley / words and music by Louis O’Connell -- Trio in Rio = (Saudade) / by Doriva Caymmi and Fernando Lobo, American lyric by Edward Heyman -- Two violins = (Deux violons) (Melancolie) / English text by Louis Herscher and Joseph Krengel, music by Y. Allain and Francis Carennes, French lyric by Yves Allain -- Unloved and unclaimed / by Roy Acuff, Vito Pellettieri -- Till the end of the world / words and music by Vaughn Horton -- Wabash waltz / words and music by Clarence Stout -- Washed up! / by Marion Sunshine -- We’ve got to put shoes on Willie / words by Jack Yellen, music by Sammy Fain -- When big profundo sang low “C” / lyric by Marion T. Bohannon, music by George Botsford -- When God comes and gathers his Jewels / by Hank Williams -- When you’re in love / words and music by Desmond O’Connor, Harold Fields and Dominic John -- When you tell me that you love me / words & music by Perry Martin -- Who’s beside you, beside me / by William Tracy, Frank Davis, Cliff Conrad -- Who? Me? / words and music by Riley Shepard -- With all my heart / words and music by Nettie and David Ferber, Irvin Rose -- The yodeling whistler / original words by Jo Dante, English lyrics by Jack Rollins, music by Joe Dante -- Yokohama mama / words & music by Henry F. Christie -- You’re a darlin’, my darlin’ / words and music by Jeffrey Clay -- You’re a dream / words and music by Sidney “Smilin’ Sid” Wyche -- You are lovelier / words and music by Arvis Cape, Art Crossman -- You’re too tall, I’m too small / words and music by Eddie Beal, Herb Jeffries -- You can die from a boken heart / words and music by James Cavanaugh and Larry Stock -- You can’t be true, dear / original lyrics by Gerhard Ebeler, English lyrics by Hal Cotton, music by Hans Otten and Ken Griffin -- Zacatecas (Jump up-pa, jump up-pa) / [by] Milton Leeds and Ted Varnick.
- P.S. 1948, series 3: Honky tonkin’ / by Hank Williams -- I’ve been half-way to heaven / written and composed by Robyn Teakle and Alf. J. Lawrance -- Rockin’ at midnight / words and music by Roy Brown.
- P.S. 1949 series 1: All right, Louie, drop the gun / by Ray Carter and Lucile Johnson -- All year ‘round / lyric by Sammy Gallop, music by David Saxon -- And it still goes / words by Charles Tobias, music by Sam H. Stept -- Bargain day / words and music by William Roy -- The bible on the table and the flag upon the wall / words and music by Paul Cunningham, Leonard Whitcup, George J. Bennett -- Bluebird in my window / words by Roy Lowery, music by Bobby Gregory -- Careless hands / by Bob Hilliard, Carl Sigman -- A chapter in my life called Mary / by Jimmy Kennedy And Nat Simon -- Clouds in the sunset / by Jimmy Kennedy -- Cowgirl Ann / words by Rob Lowerym, music by Bobby Gregory -- Did anyone ask about me / words and music by Art Kassel -- Dime a dozen / words and music by Cindy Walker -- Disc jockey’s daughter / [words and music by Bobby Gregory] -- Don’t cry, cry baby / words by Saul Tepper, mjusic by Bennie Martini and Clarence Maher -- Don’t every marry for money (You must only marry for love) / lyric by Blance Posnack, music by George Posnack -- Don’t you want to be happy? / words and music by Fay Tishman -- Dorabelle / [words and music by Bobby Gregory] -- A dreamer’s holiday / words by Kim Gannon, music by Mabel Wayne -- Drop daid, little darlin’, drop daid / words and music by Norman Cloutier -- The drunkard’s child / words by Rob Lowery, music by Bobby Gregory -- Follow the swallow to hide-a-way hollow / lyric by Paul Francis Webster, music by Hoagy Carmichael -- For a world united in peace / words and music by W.R. Williams, edited and arr. By Ted Ruhl -- The four winds and the seven seas / lyric by Hal David, music by Don Rodney -- General Eisenhower march / by Eddie Ballantine, Lemmy Cohen -- Georgia moon (Keep shining) / by Bob Ellsworth -- Gigolette / lyric by Mack David, music by Carl Sigman -- Gone to Chicago / words and music by Meredith Willson -- Great guns / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren -- Habana / letra de Rafael M. Pedrosa, musica de Marcelino Guerra -- Hail, Chicago, hail : featured in the Fitzpatrick traveltalk Night life in Chicago / words and music by Lesley Kirk -- Have a little sympathy / lyric by Sammy Gallop, music by Ben Weisman -- Hohokus, N.J. / by Al Stillman, Ray Block, Paul McGrane -- Homeless / words and music by Bobby Gregory -- How it lies, how it lies, how it lies! / lyric by Paul Francis Webster, music by Sonny Burke -- I’m not too sure of my l’amour / by Al Hoffman, Leo Corday, Leon Carr -- I betcha / lyric by Sylvia Dee, music by Sidney Lippman -- I love Jeemy (Jimmy) / lyric by Charlie Tobias, music by Nat Simon -- I miss you all the time / words by Rob Lowery, music by Bobby Gregory -- Idaho Ida / by Fred Patrick, Claude Reese, Murray Singer and Jack Emerson -- I’d like to make a million (For my Lillian) / words and music by Walt Warner and George Weidler -- In the valley of the rose / by Paul Cunningham, Morton Downey, and Jimmy Rule -- Idaho : It’s noisy out in Boise Idaho / words and music by Louis O’Connell -- Just for the sake of old times / by James Thornton -- The key of faith / words and music by W.R. Williams -- Kiss me sweet / words and music by Milton Drake -- Land of love (Come my love and live with me) / by Eden Ahbez -- The last mile home / by Walter Kent, Walton Farrar -- Leprechaun lullaby / words and music by Glen Hurlburt -- Let me grow old with you / words by Charles Tobias, music by David Kapp -- Let the good things happen / by Hank Fort -- Let’s get behind the president / words and music by George Jessel, Sam Carlton, Dan Dougherty -- The little Kelly’s / words by Frankie Kelly, music by Nell Seely -- Little mountain cabin / by Elwood Stutz -- The little old church near Leicester Square / by Michael Carr and Kermit Goell -- Loew’s alma mater song / words and music by Allan Zee -- Lost orphan / words and music by Bobby Gregory -- Makin’ love ukulele style / lyric by Charlie Hayes, music by Paul Weirick -- M-E-L-V-I-N (The goat boy) / words and music by Warner Weidler, Walt Weidler, George Weidler -- Merry-go-round waltz / by Jimmy Kennedy and Arthur Finn, adapted from a theme by Juventino Rosas -- Missouri walking preacher (with a little book in his hand) / word and music by Willard Robisaon -- The molicepan song / words by Sylvia Dee, music by Sid Lippman -- Moon-kissed maid (of Seven Hills) / lyric by Bob Russell, music by Lillian Clark Rivera -- My bolero (Where the bolero began) / words by Jimmy Kennedy, music by Nat Simon -- My little pup with the patent leather nose / word and music by Haven Gillespie and Little Jack Little -- The mystery waltz / word and music by Joal Gaco -- Oh my darling! / words by John Straker, music by Eddie Oliver -- Ochún / by Obdulio Morales -- Old peoples home / word and music by Bobby Gregory -- Olly, olly, oxen free / by Tommy Hamm, Allan Copeland -- Oody, kadoody, kadidy kadee / by Guy Wood and Fred Jay -- A pair of wooden shoes / by Buddy Kaye and Al Frisch -- Please love me tonight / lyric by Watt Watkins, music by Roma -- Prairie gal—prairie pall / word and music by Thomas Colangelo & Bobby Gregory -- ‘Tain’t right / word and music by Bobby Gregory -- Remember tonight / lyric by Dorothy Dick, music by Gardner Benedict -- Riders in the sky / by Stan Jones -- Rootin’ tootin’ Newton / word and music by Bobby Gregory & Thomas Colangelo -- Old Smoky (On top of old Smoky) / re-written & arr. By Bobby Gregory -- San Anita moonlight (Santa Anita moonlight) / words by Jimmy Kennedy, music by Joe Hernandez and Paul Van Loan -- Sarong / by Bob Hilliard, Carl Sigman -- A senorita’s bouquet / by Bob Hilliard and Carl Sigman -- She’s a home girl / words and music by Benny Davis and Abner Silver -- Sicilian tarantella : Fischiettando / words and music by Chester Conn and G. Balsamo -- The silver Shenandoah / by Dick Rogers, W.A. Timm and Whitey Bernard -- Sitting by the window / by Paul Insetta -- So I worry / by Francis Craig and Beasley Smith -- Somewhere beyond the shadows we’ll meet again some day / by W.R. Williams -- Speak a word of love (I wish, I wish) / lyric by Robert Wells, music by David Saxon -- Stop the music / lyric by Leni Mason and Arthur Berman, music by Al Goodhart -- A Sunday out in the country / words by Mann Curtis, music by Vic Mizzy -- The sweetest hours of all / words and music by W.R. Williams, edited and arranged by Ted Ruhl -- Tennessee tango / words and music by Beasley Smith and Francis Craig -- That evening in Paris for me / words and music by W.R. Williams, edited and arr. By Ted Ruhl -- That umph, umph band in the park / by James Cavanaugh, John Redmond and Frank Weldon -- There’s a mile between the ‘ess’-es in smiles / lyric by Carl Sigman, music by Peter De Rose -- Twenty-four hours of sunshine / lyric by Carl Sigman, music by Peter De Rose -- Two cents, three eggs and a postcard / words and music by Mickey and Doris Barner and Larry Vincent -- Two little new little blue little eyes / by Cliff Friend and Teddy Powell -- Video on the march / by Thomas Filas & Edward Ballantine -- The wedding of Lilli Marlene / words and music by Tommie Connor, Johnny Reine -- When our baby smile / words and music by W.R. Williams -- Whirlwind / by Stan Jones -- Whispering hope / words and music by Alice Hawthorne -- White dove / [words and music by Bobby Gregory] -- Who do you know in heaven (That made you the angel you are?) / lyric by Al Stillman, music by Peter De Rose -- You red head / by Dick Rogers, Jay Tucker, and Nat Simon -- Yum, yummy yummy, yum-yum (The jelly apple song) / words by Mack David, music by Jerry Livingston.
- Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 59
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 59.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1947-1949.
- Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1991. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-31921)
- Research Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 59