American popular songs, 1895-1973 reel 60.
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 60.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1949-1950.
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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. 1949 series 2: Acres of diamonds (Mountains of gold) / words and music by Arthur Korb and Arnold Shaw -- The answer she is “yes!” no? / words and music by Rocco Accetta -- Beautiful golden strand / lyric by May Singhi Breen, music by Peter De Rose -- Be the good Lord willing (I’ll see you in the morning) / words and music by Jack Fulton -- Beautiful land of my dreams / by Glen Hurlburt -- (Fifi) Bring her out again / words and music by Ted Varnick, Eddie Lisbona, Nick Acquaviva -- C’n I canoe you up the river / words and music by Marjorie Goetschius, Edna Osser -- Cherry stones / words and music by John Jerome -- Christmas polka / by Jimmy Wakely, Doris Mayer -- Corre jacinto / words and music by Pepito Arvelo -- December / words and music by Al Rinker and Floyd Huddleston -- Did Santa Claus come from Ireland / words and music by John MacDonagh -- Don’t make me sorry / by Beasley Smith and Francis Craig -- Fairy tales / words and music by William J. Rietz -- Forever with you / by Borney Bergantine -- The French can-can polka / from music by J. Offenbach, words and adaptation o music by Jimmy Kennedy -- Got no time for the blues / words and music by Sid Robin, Foy Willing -- (There’s something about a) Home town band / by John Nagy, Milt Lance, Don Canton -- I ain’t gonna take it settin’ down / words and music by Terry Shand, Bob Merrill -- I’m in love with the mother of the girl I love / lyric and music by Sherm Feller -- I’ve got tears in my ears (from lyin’ on my back in my bed while I cry over you) / words and music by Harodl Barlow -- I love everything about you / by Cindy Walker -- I said my pajamas (and put on my pray’rs) / words and music by Eddie Pola, George Wyle -- I want to thank you Lord / words and music by Alberta Hunter -- I’ll weave a lei of stars for you / words and music by R. Alex Anderson and Jack Owens -- I’d like to be a sitter for a baby like you / words and music by Perry Martin, Ole Olsen and Chick Johnson -- If I were a blackbird / words and music by Delya Murphy -- If it doesn’t snow on Christmas / words and music by Milton Pascal and Gerald Marks -- If you were my girl / words and music by Johnny Bradford, Tony Romano -- The Iowa indian song / words and music by Meredith Willson -- Kansas City / by Willard Robison and Euday L. Bowman -- Land of love (Come my love and live with me) / by Eden Ahbez -- Let’s build a bridge of dreams / words and music by Roy Acuff, Mel Foree, Hubert L. Reynolds -- Lonely night / adapted from a theme by Armas Jarnefelt, lyric and adaptation by Alec Wilder -- Lost in a dream / lyric by Edgar Leslie, music by Rube Bloom -- Love shall abide / words by Gordon V. Thompson, music by Geoffrey O’Hara -- Lovely Hawaii / lyric by Dick Sanford, music by Sammy Mysels -- A marshmallow world / words by Carl Sigman, music by Peter De Rose -- Men of victory : The Air Force song / words by Patricia McElduff, music by John V. McElduff & William C. Schoenfeld -- A merry Christmas at grandmother’s house / arranged by Albda Ann Andrews, Katherine Campbell -- Mr. Disk Jockey (Play our love song again) / by George Snowhill and Willard Robison -- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday (I love you) / words and music by Ross Parker -- My lily and my rose / by Leslie Stuart, Lou Singer, Hy Zaret -- Never again / lyric by Tom Pryor, music by Al Urbano -- The next time I care (I’ll be careful) / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Ben Oakland -- The old master painter / lyric by Haven Gillespie, music by Beasley Smith -- On the island of Oahu / words by Mel Howard, music by Lee Erwin -- Only you / words and music by Milton Shrednik, Eddy Rogers, Leonard Whitcup -- The peony bush / words and music by Meredith Willson -- Play, hurdy-gurdy, play / words and music by Al Harvey and Freddy Grant -- Quicksilver / by Irving Taylor, George Wyle, Eddie Pola -- Raindrop serenade / by Vincent Rose, Larry Stock -- A rainy day refrain / lyric by Eric Maschwitz, music by Heino Gaze -- Save a smile (for a rainy day) : from the Republic picture “Bells of Coronado” / words and music by Sid Robin, Foy Willing -- Say you’ll be mine / words and music by Louis Evans -- Scandal in the dell / lyric by Larry Yoell, melody by Glenn Brown -- The Scottish samba / words by Tommie Connor, music by Johnny Reine -- A shawl of Galway grey / words and music by Hamilton Kennedy -- Somewhere, somehow, someday / English lyric by Steve Krantz, French lyric by Louis Amade, music by Wal Berg -- Sunday isn’t Sunday anymore / words and music by Jeanne Burns, Herb Jeffries -- Tell the truth / words and music by “Pat” Murphy -- There’s no one here but me / by Stan Jones -- The three rivers : The Allegheny, Susquehanna and the old Monongahela / by Paul Francis Webster, Hoagy Carmichael -- Tony Chestnut / words and music by Roy Jordan -- Tootsie, darlin’, angel, honey, baby / words and music by Al Lewis and Larry Stock -- Yankees! My Boys! / words and music by Nan Reid Parsons -- You’re always there / lyric by Nat Miles, music by Don Marcotte -- You’re the cause of it all / words and music by Al Rinker, Floyd Huddleston -- You’re the only one I care for / words and music by Jack Owens and Larry Fotine.
- P.S. 1949, series 3: A-sleepin’ at the foot of the bed / music by Happy Wilson, words by Luther Patrick -- Afraid / by Fred Rose -- Alabama / by Eddie Hill, Ira Louvin & Charles Louvin -- All hands on deck / words and music by Leon Pober -- All I need is some more lovin’ / words and music by Johnny Daume -- Atlantic City rumba / words and music by Pedro Albani, Albert Gamse, Paul Kalet -- The Bald Eagle Sentinel / words by Rudolph F. Euring, music by Leo and Hector Richard -- Bar room polka / words and music by Vaughn Horton -- Be a friend (to ev’ryone you meet) / words and music by Edna Mohr, Marie Miller, Frances Gnass and Dave Ringle -- Be careful of stones that you throw / by Bonnie Dodd -- Be kind and make me love you / words and music by Roy K. Marsh and Gene Francis -- Before you call / by Fred Rose -- Bonaparte’s retreat / by Peewee King -- The breeze is my sweetheart (The brook is my song) / lyric by Carl Sigman, music by Peter De Rose -- Budded on earth (To bloom in heaven) by James Carson -- Cloudy skies / by Claude Casey, Arizona Mulligan & Al Dahle -- Come dance with me / words by George Blake, music by Dick Leibert -- Coming down from God / [by] Molly Davis -- The crawfish crawl / words and music by Jimmie Cooper -- Drinking and thinking / words and music by Floyd Tillman -- Crazy over you / by Cowboy Copas, V.J. McAlpin -- Cry-baby heart / by Leon Payne -- Darling, don’t go / by Leon Payne -- Deepfreeze Dinah / words by George Beatty, music by Britt Wood -- Don’t rob another man’s castle / words and music by Jenny Lou Carson -- Don’t tell me stories / by Lorene Rose -- Don’t wait / by Mayybelle Carter, Helen Carter -- A dream /l words by Anthony Richard Jr., music by Walter Samuels -- The echo of your footsteps / words and music by Jenny Lou Carson -- Echoes / words and music by Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss -- Ev’ryone but me / by Tony Starr and Jimmy Saunders -- Fairy tales / words and music by William J. Rietz -- Farewell (Old school) / words and music by Edna Mohr, Marie Miller, Frances Gnass and Dave Ringle -- Fifteen years ago today / by Molly and Lynn Davis -- A fool at the steering wheel / words and music by Merle Travis & Cliffie Stone -- From Genesis to Revelations / by Maybelle Carter, Helen Carter, June Carter, Anita Carter -- Go on, little girl, have a cry / by Fred Rose -- Good time cake walk / by Fred Rose -- Graduation day / lyric and melody by Edna Mohr, Francis Gnass, Marie Miller and Dave Ringle -- Happy anniversary / [by] Tommy Williams -- Happy new year, darling / words and music by Carmen Lombardo, Johnny Marks -- A hard road to travel / by Ira Louvin, Eddie Hill, Charles Louvin -- He will save your soul / by Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper -- Honey on the moon / words and music by Margaret M. Scott and Fred Black -- A house built on a rock / by Fred Rose -- A house without love / by Hank Williams -- How did you know / by Fred Rose -- How does one forget / words and music by Wiley Walker and Gene Sullivan -- How would you like to be in my shoes / words by Frankie Kelly, music by Nell Seely [lead sheet] -- I’m a little cuckoo / words by Sammy Gallop, music by Howard Steiner -- I am a sail’r / by Louis Maur -- I’m bitin’ my fingernails, and thinking of you / words and music by Ernest Tubb, Roy West, E. Benedict and L. Sanders -- I’m comin’ back but I don’t know when / words and music by Charlie Monroe -- I’m in love up to my ears / by Jimmy Dickens -- I’m one of God’s children / by Maybelle Carter -- I’m only a shoulder to cry on / by Kathleen Griffith, Dave Durnam -- I’m sealing this letter with tears / by Fred Rose & Gene Autry -- I’m so lonesome I could cry / by Hank Williams -- I don’t believe them at all / words and music by Dean & Evelyn McKinney -- I’m dreamed about mom last night / by Fred Rose -- I have dusted off the Bible / by Kyle, Johnnie & Walter Bailfs -- I’ve got a home up in glory / by Maybelle Carter, Helen Carter, June Carter, Anita Carter -- I’ve just told mama goodbye / by Slim Sweet and Curley Kinsey -- I just don’t like this kind of livin’ / by Hank Williams -- I love you because / by Leon Payne -- I met a miss in Texas / words and music by Dick Cunliffe , Jack Fulton [lead sheet] -- I waltz alone / by Bunny Biggs -- I’ll be back a-Sunday / by J. Graydon Hall & Jimmy Dickens -- I’ll do as much for you someday / by Ed G. Nelson and Eddie Nelson Jr. -- I’ll worry you out of my mind / by Red Sovine -- I wish I had a nickel / by Tommy Sutton & W.S. Barnhart -- I wonder who we think we’re foolin’ / by Fred Rose and Ray Whitley -- If I ever love again / by Russ Carlyle, Dick Reynolds -- If Santa Claus could bring you back to me / by Ted West and Hugh Cross -- If tears could bring you back to me / words and music by Marcus Seiler, Feller Michaels -- If you love me (Really love me) = (Hymne a l’amour) / English lyric by Geoffrey Parsons, French lyric by Edith Piaf, music by Marguerite Monnot -- If you want some lovin’ / by Ted Johnson, Dude Martin, Joe Bruhl -- Is there any need to worry / by Jean Branch and Harold buskirk -- It is Crosby / entirely new arrangement by Jeff Coldrey -- It’s enough to make anyone cry / by Ed Nelson Jr., Cowboy Copas -- It’s only a phonograph record / words and music by Charlie Monroe -- It’s wrong to love you, but I do / by Jean Branch and Cowboy Copas -- It meant so little to you (and so much to me) / by Fred Rose -- Jealous hearted woman of mine / by Maybelle carter, June Carter, Helen Carter, Anita Carter -- Jesus remembered me / by Hank Williams -- A jilted love / by Maybelle Carter -- Juke box gal / by Mel Foree and Claude Casey -- Just an echo down the canyon / lyrics by Tommie Connor, music by Sherman Myers -- Just like me / by Fred Rose -- Just my horse and I / lyrics by Molly Meyers and Harry Nash, music by Peter Flynn -- Just when I needed you / by Clyde Baum, Johnnie Wright and Jack Anglin -- The kneeling drunkard’s plea / by Maybelle Carter, Helen Carter, June Carter, Anita Carter -- The lesson of love / by Fred Rose, Nat Vincent -- Levis, plaid shirt and spurs / lyric by John Stephens and Irving Bibo, music by Irving Bibo -- A link in the chain of broken hearts / by Leon Payne -- Little face (The American sweetheart) / by Louis Maur -- Lost highway / by Leon Payne -- Lost on the river / by Hank Williams -- Love or hate / by Johnnie Wright, Jack Anglin & Jim Anglin -- Love to Mary / words by Morris A. Epstein, music by Herman Paley -- Lovely lei (Flower of love) / lyric and music by Barronne Kuva -- Luigi / words and music by Al Antonio, alex Araco, Lew Di Leo.
- Manhattan blues / by Holly Huston -- Mary Amelia Brown / words by Be Be Floyd, music by Allen Floyd -- May the wind always be at your back, laddie / by Fred Hillebrand [lead sheet] -- May you never be alone / by Hank Williams -- Maybe I’ll cry over you / words and music by Elton Britt -- Men in blue and gold / words and music by Leon de Costa -- A message from the moon / words and music by Joseph L. Durso -- Mind your own business / by Hank Williams -- Miss Liberty / words and music by Edna Mohr, Marie Miller, Frances Gnass and Dave Ringle -- Mississippi wanderer / words and music by Ernest A. Rork & Walker H. Haycraft -- New Sally Goodin’ / words and music by Al Clauser & Carl Luper -- On the evening train / by Audrey Williams & Hank Williams -- One kiss too many / words and music by Steve Nelson, Eddy Arnold and Ed Nelson Jr. -- The Ozark Valley waltz / by Fred Rose -- Pennies for papa / by Connie Taylor -- (Won’t you) Please bring back the sunshine / by Maurice Murray, Al Trace and Irving Wagner -- Please don’t let me love you / by Ralph Jones -- Poor Ellen Smith / by Molly & Lynn Davis -- The rainbow / words by Rudolph Frank Euring, music by Leo and Hector Richard -- The raindrop waltz / by Red Belcher & Stoney Cooper -- Root hog or die / by June Carter & Mel Foree -- A rose covered grave / by Maybelle Carter, June Carter, Helen Carter, Anita Carter -- Rose of the Rockies / lyric by Karl Ott, music by Alberta McEnery -- Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer / lyric and music by Johnny Marks -- Seguidilla / second verse by Ernest Berumen, English translation by Frank LaForge, arranged by Frank LaForge -- The seven year blues / by Ira Louvin, Eddie Hill, Chas. Louvin -- She went with a smile / by Johnnie Wright, Jack Anglinm, Jim Anglin -- The sign on the highway / by Odell McLeod -- Singing waterfall / by Hank Williams -- Slipping around / words and music by Floyd Tillman [lead sheet] -- Soft lips / words and music by Walt McCoy -- Song of the hills / by Fred Rose -- Steelin’ the blues / by Jerry Byrd -- Sui sin fa / words and music by Jad Dees and Henry Schelb -- Swiss lullaby / words and music by Vaughn Horton and Harry Kogen -- Take it or leave it baby / words and music by Johnny Bond -- Teardrops falling in the snow / by E.C. McCarty -- Tears won’t bring my darling back / by Helen Carter -- Tell my why / words by Milt Gabler, music by Maurie Hartmann -- Tennessee baby / words and music by Jimmie Doland -- Tennessee border / words and music by Jimmy Work -- Texas Sal / words by Irene Devendorf Ziegler, music by David Hall -- There’s a hidout in Hidden Valley / lyric by Irving Bibo & John Stephens, music by Irving Bibo -- There’ll be no teardrops tonight / by Hank Williams -- Thirty pieces of silver / by Odell McLeod -- Too good to be true / by Jean Smith & Fred Rose -- Turn that gun around / words and music by Ekko Whelan and rocky P. Morgan -- Two hearts are better than one / by Jean Branch and Fred Rose -- Two little brown shoes / by Erwin King and Joe Grieshop -- The vagrant (with a crust of bread in my pocket) / words by Peadar Kearney, music by P.J. Ryan -- Walk a little closer / b Maybelle Carter -- The waltz of regret / by Pee Wee King -- Waltz with me / by Homer Haynes, Mel Foree and Cowboy Copas -- Way, paesano (Uei…paesano) : from the Argentina Sono film “Uei…paesano” / English words by Tom Glazer, music and original words by Nicola Paone -- Wearing out my heart / words and music by Ethel Westen and Carroll Lucas -- When my baby double talks to me / words and music by Merle Travis -- When you’re tired of breaking other hearts / by Hank Williams and Curley Williams -- Whispering now / by Eddie Hill and Ira and Charles Louvin -- Who shot the hole in my sombrero? / words and music by Milton Leeds & Billy Hayes -- The wickerwork vendor’s song / [by] Clive Erard & Tommie Connor -- Will you marry me? / lyrics and music by Patrick O’Brien and Ralph King -- Willie Roy, the crippled boy / by Doc Williams -- The willow and me / [by] Ed Nelson Jr., Steve Nelson & Ed G. Nelson -- With you on my mind / by Jimmy Martin -- Without you / words by Etta M. Cook, music by Ronald Buck -- Yankees! My boys! / words and music by Nan Reid Parsons -- The yellow tulip / [by] Bob Howard & Harry New -- Yesterday was the beginning / words by Morris A. Epstein, music by Herman Paley -- You ain’t got faith (‘til you got religion) / words and music by Will Price -- You’re barking up the wrong tree now / by Hank Williams and Fred Rose -- You’re gonna change (or I’m gonna leave) / by Hank Williams -- You’re there / by Fred Rose -- You can’t pick a rose in December / by Leon Payne -- You know how talk gets around / by Fred Rose -- You’ll find her name written there / words and music by Harold Hensley -- Your kisses / words and music by Thomas G. Meehan, arranged by Billy James -- Zinzinnati polka / by Lew Brown and Anton De Waal.
- P.S. 1949, series 4: Du un ich = (You and I) / lyrics by Isidor Lillian, music by Abraham Ellstein -- Loneliness of evening / words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Richard Rodgers -- Some day my heart will awake : from “King’s rhapsody” / words by Christopher Hassall, music by Ivor Novello.
- P.S. 1950, series 1: The beer that I left on the bar (College memories) / words and music by Lew Brown, based on a suggestion by Will D. Cobb and Leo Edwards -- The blind boy’s dog (Please send my dog home, Uncle Sam) / by Dave McEnery (Red River Dave) -- Bug, bug, buggy ride / by I. Oliver and R. Kermit -- Choo’n gum / lyric by Mann Curtis, music by Vic Mizzy -- (Sweet Angie) The Christmas tree angel / lyric by Jack Scholl, music by M.K. Jerome -- Comanche Rose / by Jack Pleis, Cliff Ferré and Al Jacobs -- Come back to me / by Cy Coben -- Come into my heart / words by Elsie Simmons, music by Robert Yaseen -- A day at the sea-sbhore (with you) / words and music by Bill Hitz, Charles Holden -- Dear little girls / words by Bené Russell, music by Peter De Rose -- The end of a love affair / words and music by Edward C. Redding -- Floppy / words by J. Leslie McFarland, music by Billy Moore, Jr. -- The girl in the gilded picture frame / words and music by Marguerite Bergman and Elaine Peters -- God’s country / lyric by Haven Gillespie, music by Beasley Smith -- Gone fishin’ / by Nick and Charles Kenny -- A good time was had by all / by Dave Franklin -- Goodbye, my love, goobye / by Hugh Ashley, Ira Wright -- The guy with the voodoo! / words and music by Jack Adrian, Stan Freeman -- I’m in love with you / words and music by Don Raye, Gene De Paul -- I can’t make a hit with you! / by Joe Purnell, Murray Sax, Jimmy Flood [lead sheet] -- I don’t want the world (with a fence around it) / words and music by Johnny Lange and Hy Heath -- I had trouble with you before / words and music by Carroll Loveday and Fred Hall -- I’ve got a frame without a picture / by Bill Anson and Jack Waller -- (I love the girl) I love the guy / by Cy Coben -- I want my mamma mellow / words and music by Bernard Lentz -- I’ll kiwl you a miwl-yun times / words and music by Milton Berle and Buddy Arnold -- I’ll see ya’ at the world series / lyric by Jack Elliott, music by Sonny Burke -- I’d rather be… / words and music by Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus -- Independence waltz / words and music by Arthur Whittemore and Jack Lowe -- It is no secret / by Stuart Hamblen -- Just you and I (Down by the stream) / words and music by W.R. Williams, edited and arranged by Ted Ruhl -- Let’s go out to the movies / words and music by Henry Tobias, Jack Ellis, Moe Jaffe -- Little Buffalo Bill / words and music by Julian Kay, Frank Worth -- Little darlin’, little angel / words and music by Al Good hart and Al Stillman -- Little Johnny Chickadee / words by Jack Winters, music by J. Fred Coots -- A little rag doll / words by Kim Gannon, music by Mabel Wayne -- Lullaby in boogie / words and music by Cy Coben -- A man gets awfully lonesome (without a woman to love) / words by Al J. Neiburg, music by Lou Ricca -- Me and my teddy bear / words by Jack Winters, music by J. Fred Coots -- Mele Kalikimaka : Hawaii’s way of saying “Merry Christmas!” / words and music by R. Alex Anderson -- Mist / words and music by Sammy Gallop, Bill Brant -- More than anything else in the world / words by Lee Pearl, music by Arthur Berman -- Music by the angels / words and music by Arthur Altman, Marty Symes -- My Scandinavian baby / by Bob Merrill, Terry Shand -- Nine-tenths of the Tennessee river (are the tears that I shed over you) / by Irving Gordon -- On the outgoing tide / words by Lew Brown, music by Mabel Wayne -- An ordinary broom (Reminds me of you) / words and music by Buddy Kaye and Jerry Ross -- Our lady of Fatima / by Gladys Gollahon -- Our little ranch house / words and music by Carmen Lombardo and John Jacob Loeb -- Our Spanish serenade = (Soñaremos siempre) / words and music by Camille theroux, Spanish lyric by Manuela Budrow -- The phantom stage-coach / by Jimmy Kennedy and Lou Singer -- The picnic song / words and music by Carmen Dello and Theresa Dello -- Raise your voices, raise your hearts (The happy day song) / by Jack Fishman, Peter Hart and Walter Ridley -- Ride the magic carpet / words by Frank Reardon, music by Ernest g. Schweikert -- Rootee tootee / by George Howe and Bobby Burns -- Roulette / by Hal Borne, Alfred Ostrum and Tony Martin -- Roving eyes / words and music by Claire Phillips -- Shoo! the little fly away = (El mosquito) / lyric by Stanley Adams, music by Herb Steiner -- The show must go on / words by Benny Davis, music by Milton Ager -- A snow-white horse and a golden saddle / words and music by Dave Coleman, Christopher Webb -- So tall a tree / lyric and music by Helen (Teddy) Hall -- (Danger!) Soft shoulders / words and music by Roy Jordan and Sid Bass -- Someone left the Golden Gate open / words by Lyle Stuart and Percy Stallings, music by Dick Manning -- Teasin’ / words by Richard Adler, music by Philip Springer -- Tell her you love her / by Scott Wiseman -- The tender bartender / by Tade and Frances Dolen and Larry Vincent -- They put the lights out / by Jimmy Kennedy and Nat Simon -- Thirsty for your kisses / words by Lee Morris and Bill Ficks, music by Lee Morris -- 13th Street rag / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Wingy Manone -- Thunder in my heart / words and music by Ervin Drake, Jimmy Shirl -- Tweedle-Dee the clown / words by Jack Winters, music by J. Fred Coots -- The ukulele song / words and music by Terry Shand, Jason Matthews -- We’ll be sweethearts forever / by Jesse Greer and Alex M. Kramer -- Wedding cake / words and music by Barnee Breeskin and Mel Wettergreen -- When I come back to you / words and music by Blanche Ebert Seaver -- When the train came in / words and music by Rolande Young and Jack Pleis -- Where are you gonna be when the moon shines / words and music by Carmen Lombardo and John Jacob Loeb -- Why did you break my heart? / words and music by Eddy Hanson -- You are a wonderful sweetheart / words and music by Al Morgan and Gil Konz -- You’re my treasure / by Tony Starr, Jimmy Saunders -- You dreamer you / by Marty Symes, Jack Palmer -- You’ve been playing checkers / by Hugh Ashley and Ira Wright.
- Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 60
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 60.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1949-1950.
- Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1991. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-31921)
- Research Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 60