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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 176.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 176.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1937-1938.

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reel 176 [1937 'Till-1938 Cute]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 176 reel 176 [1937 'Till-1938 Cute]Performing Arts Research Collections - Music

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1 reel of microfilm; 35 mm.
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Note
  • Primarily sheet music for voice with piano accompaniment; some are lead sheets (indicated in the contents note).
  • Target title.
  • Original scores in New York Public Library Music Division.
  • Microfilmed by Archival Micrographics, Midland Park, N.J., 1986.
Reproduction (note)
  • Microfilm.
Contents
  • 1937, Till-Wh: Till the clock strikes three / by Billy Hill [3 copies] -- To a sweet pretty thing / lyric by Joe Young, music by Fred E. Ahlert -- To know you care : from the motion picture "Meet the boy friend" / by Harry Tobias, Roy Ingraham -- To my mother / words and music by Robert MacGimsey -- To you mio Rio de Janeiro / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Jay Gorney -- A toast to the flag / words by John Jay Daly, music by William Ortmann -- Today I am a man! / by Abner Silver, Al Sherman -- Tomorrow / words and music by Gordon Jenkins -- To-morrow is another day : from the motion picture "A day at the races" / lyric by Gus Kahn, melody by Bronislaw Kaper and Walter Jurmann -- To late for tears / words and music by Eugene G. Lally -- Too marvelous for words : from the motion picture "Ready, willing and able" / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Richard A. Whiting [2 copies] -- Too marvelous for words : from the motion picture "Dark passage" / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Toodle-oo / by Carmen Lombardo and John Jacob Loeb [4 copies] -- Touched in the head (Smitten in the heart) / lyric by Arthur Swanstrom, music by Michael H. Cleary -- Trailing / by Alta Vera Arnold -- Tropical moonlight / by Ceelle Burke -- Trouble in mind / words and music by Richard M. Jones [2 copies] -- The trouble with me is you : from the motion picture "With love and kisses" / by Pinky Tomlin, Harry Tobias, Coy Poe -- True confession : from the motion picture "True confession" / words and music by Sam Coslow and Frederick Hollander -- Truthfully / lyric by Al J. Neiburg, music by Jerry Livingston -- Tune in on my heart / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Jay Gorney -- Turkish delight / words by Max Kester, music by Ray Noble -- Turn off the moon : from the motion picture "Turn off the moon" / words and music by Sam Coslow -- Turn on that red hot heat (Burn your blues away) : from the motion picture "Vogues of 1938" / lyric by Paul Webster, music by Louis Alter [2 copies] -- Turn your face to the sunshine / by Jack Waverly, Richard Pearson and Paul Scholz -- Turning the town upside down : from the motion picture "You're in the army now" / words and music by Maurice Sigler, Al Goodhart and Al Hoffman -- Twelve o'clock at night (and all is well) / lyric by Roy Newell, music by Shandor -- Two chairs and a table / words by Mitchell Parish, music by Frank Perkins -- Two rocking chairs (By the fireside) / by Vaughn De Leath -- Una noche serena y obscura (In the silence of the night) / English lyric by Olga Paul, music by A. Alvarez -- The undying song : from the motion picture "Help wanted" / words and music by Wayavie Stephen Lleni -- Up in the Ozark Mountains / words by Fred Fisher, music by Charles Harold -- Vagabond fiddler / words by Stanley J. Damerell, music by Sheerman Myers -- Vida mia / letra de Alfredo Palacios, música de Aaron Gonzales, Jr. -- Vienna dreams (Wien, du Stadt meiner Träume) / lyric by Irving Caesar, music by Rudolf Sieczynski [2 copies] -- Virginia : from the musical "Virginia" / words by Albert Stillman, music by Arthur Schwartz -- Voom voom : from the motion picture "This way please" / words & music by Sam Coslow -- Wake me up a star : from the musical "Sea legs" / lyric by Arthur Swanstrom, music by Michael H. Cleary -- Wake up and live : from the motion picture "Wake up and live" / words and music by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel [2 copies] -- The waltz lives on : from the motion picture "The big broadcast of 1938" / words and music by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger -- The waltz of the gipsies / words and music by Jimmy Kennedy and Michael Carr -- Wanted / words and music by Peter Tinturin and Jack Lawrence [2 copies] -- Was it rain : from the motion picture "The hit parade" / lyric by Walter Hirsch, music by Lou Handman [2 copies] -- Way out west : from the musical "Babes in arms" / lyrics by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- We can't go on this way / E.P. La Freniere, Erskine Butterfield, Percy Post and Walter Bishop [2 copies] -- Wee Willie Winkie / lyric by Lupin Fien, music by Lee Wainer -- We'll ride the tide together / words and music by Ted Straeter and Bill Livingston -- We're working our way thru college : from the motion picture "Varsity show" / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Richard A. Whiting -- What a beautiful beginning : from the motion picture "Sing and be happy" / words by Sidney Clare, music by Harry Akst -- What are the wild waves saying / by Harold Adamson, Johnny Noble, Bonnie Beach -- What good is love : from the musical "Pins and needles" / words and music by Harold J. Rome -- What is love? / words and music by Ed East, Lindsay McPhail and Loyal Curtis -- What makes you so sweet : from the motion picture "Life begins with love" / lyric by Bennee Russel, music by Ben Oakland -- What will I tell my heart? / words and music by Peter Tinturin and Jack Lawrence [11 copies] -- When I get low I get high / by Marion Sunshine -- When it's moonlight on Niagara / words and music by Boleslaw Zielinski -- When it's summertime in Yellowstone / words and music by Geo. R. Pyper -- When? (will you belong to me) / words by Charlie Tobias, music by Peter De Rose -- When love is young : from the motion picture "When love is young" / lyric by Harold Adamson, melody by Jimmy McHugh [2 copies] -- When New York was New York (New York was a wonderful town) / by Geo. M. Cohan -- When the organ played O' promise me / by Al Sherman, Abner Silver and Jack Meskill [4 copies] -- When the roses bloom again, cherie / words and music by Duncan Browning and Harmon Charles -- When the sun sets over the Rockies / by Johnny Hikiau Peterson and Bert Van Cleve -- When two love each other (just as you and I) / words and music by Vincent Rose, Harry Pease and Arthur Altman -- When you dream about Hawaii / lyric by Bert Kalmar and Sid Silvers, music by Harry Ruby [4 copies] -- When you gotta sing you gotta sing : from the motion picture "Gangway" / [by] Sam Lerner, Al Goodhart & Al Hoffman -- When your heart's on fire / words by Dixon Morgan, music by C.E. Davis -- Where is the sun? : from the 28th edition of the "Cotton Club parade" / by John Redmond and Lee David -- Where or when : from the motion picture "Babes in arms" / lyrics by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- Where or when : from the motion picture "Words and music" / lyrics by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- While dancing the minuet / words and music by Johnny Tucker & James Marchant -- While others are building castles in the air I'll build a cottage for two / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Fred Fisher -- While you're dancing the Espagñol / words and music by Bob Bilder, George Walbridge, Joe Rines -- A whippoorwill in a willow tree : from the revue "Riviera follies of 1937" / lyric by Joe Young, music by Fred E. Ahlert -- Whispers in the dark : from the motion picture "Artists and models" / words and music by Leon Robin and Frederick Hollander -- Whistle while you work : from the motion picture "Snow White and the seven dwarfs" / words by Larry Morey, music by Frank Churchill [2 copies] -- The whistling boy : from the motion picture "When you're in love" / words by Dorothy Fields, music by Jerome Kern -- Who know? : from the motion picture "Rosalie" / words and music by Cole Porter [2 copies] -- Who put that moon in the sky? / lyric by Bert Kalmar, music by Harry Ruby -- Who? Santa Claus! / words and music by Lindsay McPhail, Ed East and W. Clark Harrington -- Who threw the overalls in Mistress Murphy's chowder? / words and music by Geo. L. Geifer [2 copies] -- Who wants love? : from the motion picture "The bride wore red" / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Franz Waxman -- Whoa! Babe / words and music by Larry Clinton -- Who's gonna bury the last man dead? / words & music by Billy James & Charlie Seitter -- Why did you do it? : from the musical "Between the devil" / words by Howard Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz -- Why do Hawaiians sing "Aloha" / words by Jack Meskill and Will Raskin, music by Sam H. Stept -- Why does my brother toot a tuba / by Brad Browne and Jack Erickson -- Why should I care? : from the motion picture "Rosalie" / words and music by Cole Porter [2 copies] -- Why talk about love? : from the motion picture "Life begins in college" / lyric by Sidney D. Mitchell, music by Lew Pollack.
  • 1937, Wi-Z: The widow in lace : from the motion picture "New faces of 1937' / lyric by Walter Bullock, music by Harold Spina -- Will you marry me tomorrow, Maria? : from the motion picture "High, wide and handsome" / words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Jerome Kern [2 copies] -- With a smile and a song : from the motion picture "Snow White and the seven dwarfs" / words by Larry Morey, music by Frank Churchill -- With all the world to dream about (Why do I dream of you?) / by Ruth M. Buchanan -- With love and kisses : from the motion picture "With love and kisses" / by Connie Lee -- With my heart upon my lips / words and music by Alex Hyde and Buddy Feyne -- With plenty of money and you (Gold Diggers' lullaby) : from the motion picture "Gold Diggers of 1937" / lyric by Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren -- Without your love : from the motion picture "Pick a star" / lyrics by Johnny Lange, music by Fred Stryker -- Worried over you / by Ed G. Nelson, Fred Rose and Steve Nelson -- Would you like to buy a dream? / by [Sammy] Cahn [and Saul] Chaplin -- Wouldn't it break your heart? / words by Marty Symes, music by Mabel Wayne -- Ya' gotta have nuts! / by Robet Rhodes, Maurice Friedman -- Yellowstone / words and music by Gene Quaw -- You and I know : from the musical "Virginia" / words by Albert Stillman and Laurence Stallings, music by Arthur Schwartz [3 copies] -- (You are so) Heavenly / lyrics by Gay Milius Jr., music by Al & Lee Reiser & George Engles Jr. -- You are the reason for my love song / words by Sally Gibbs, music by Hilda Emery Davis -- You can't have everything : from the motion picture "You can't have everything" / words and music by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel [2 copies] -- You can't run away from love tonight : from the motion picture "The singing marine" / lyric by Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren [2 copies] -- You can't stop me from dreaming / words and music by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin [2 copies] -- You can't take it with you / words by Charlie Tobias, music by Abel Baer [2 copies] -- You have everything : from the musical "Between the devil" / words by Howard Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz -- You hit the nail on the head / by Marty Symes and Milton Ager -- (You know it all) Smarty : from the motion picture "Double or nothing" / words by Ralph Freed, music by Burton Lane -- You look lovely tonight / words by Harry Pease, music by Vincent Rose -- You showed me the way / words and music by Bud Green, Ella Fitzgerald, Teddy McCrae, Chick Webb -- You started something / words and music by Emery Deutsch and Jimmy Rogan [2 copies] -- You took the words right out of my heart : from the motion picture "The big broadcast of 1938" / words and music by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger -- You'll get a cold in your toes : from the revue "Riviera follies of 1937" / lyric by Joe Young, music by Fred E. Ahlert -- You'll get over it, she'll get over it (under the moon) / by Abner Silver, Al Sherman and Mitchell Parish -- You'll never go to heaven (if you break my heart) / lyric by Al Bryan, music by Joe Santly [4 copies] -- Your Broadway and my Broadway : from the motion picture "Broadway melody of 1938" / words by Arthur Freed, music by Nacio Herb Brown -- You're a hit! / words and music by Ina George -- You're a sweetheart : from the motion picture "You're a sweetheart" / lyric by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh [4 copies] -- You're gonna wake up some day / words by Marty Symes, music by Milton Ager -- You're here, you're there (you're everywhere) / words by Irving Kahal, music by John Jacob Loeb [2 copies] -- You're in my heart again : from the motion picture "Breezing home" / lyrics by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh -- You're laughing at me : from the motion picture "On the avenue" / words and music by Irving Berlin [3 copies] -- You're looking for romance, I'm looking for love / words by Al J. Neiburg, music by Jerry Levinson [2 copies] -- You're my desire / words by Will Hudson and Irving Mills, music by Will Hudson -- You're my dish : from the motion picture "Merry-go-round of 1938" / lyric by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh [2 copies] -- You're my strongest weakness / words & music by Coy Poe, Buddy Le Roux, Al Heath -- You're never too old to be loved / lyric by George Whiting, music by J.C. Johnson -- You're only young once : from the motion picture "You're only young once" / lyric by Bob Wright and Chet Forrest, music by Alex Hyde -- You're out of this world to me / by Ken Darby, Eddie De Lange & Dorothy Dick -- You're precious to me / by Pat Ballard, Bert Pellish and Nat Brusiloff -- You're setting me on fire : from the motion picture "Madame X" / lyric by Bob Wright and Chet Forrest, music by Walter Donaldson -- You're the moment of a lifetime (Flores negras) / music & Spanish lyrics by Sergio De Karlo, English lyrics by Ray Charles [3 copies] -- You're too sweet to be mean / lyric by Charlie Tobias, music by Murray Mencher -- You're unfair to organized love (and I'm going to picket your heart) / lyric by Joe Laurie Jr. and Fred Hillebrand, music by Fred Hillebrand -- Yours and mine : from the motion picture "Broadway melody of 1938" / words by Arthur Freed, music by Nacio Herb Brown [2 copies] -- Yours to command / by Allan Roberts, Lou Singer and Stanley Frydman -- You've got me under your thumb / words by Will Livernahs and Mildred Brooks, music by Jack Hudgens -- You've got something there : from the motion picture "Varsity show" / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Zim-zam-zee : from the musical "Naughty-naught 'oo" / words by Ted Fetter, music by Richard Lewine.
  • 1938, A-B: The address is still the same / by Bert Douglas, Charles McCarthy, Sammy Mysels [2 copies] -- Adelita / English lyric by Olga Paul, arranged by Ricardo Romero -- After all these years / words by Ted Fetter, music by Arthur Gershwin -- After looking at you / words and music by Al Hoffman, Al Goodhart and Manny Kurtz [5 copies] -- Ah, so pure : from the opera "Martha" / [music by] Fr. Von Flotow -- Ain't gonna swing no more / by Walter Bishop, Willie (the lion) Smith and Basil G. Adlam -- Ain't ya comin' back from California? / words by Fred Fisher, music by Charles Harold -- All alone! / words by Wm. Dillon, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- All America swings / words and music by Ray Bloch, Claude Reese, Claude Garreau -- All ashore / by Billy Hill [16 copies] -- All of a sudden! / words and music by Johnny Sacco, Andy Toce and Dave Ringle -- All that I ask / by Bob Stanley, Ruby Griffith, Roy Collins -- Alone in a fog / words by Sylvia Clark, music by Ruth Frank -- Amapola del camino (You're my pretty wayside flower) / English lyric by Olga Paul, arranged by Ricardo Romero -- America, O woundrous land / words & music by Charles G. Eichel -- Among those sailing / words and music by Nat Simon, Al Stillman, Roy Newell -- Angelita : from the revue "Paradise Revue of 1939" / words and music by Teddy Powell and Leonard Whitcup -- Angels with dirty faces : from the motion picture "Angels with dirty faces" / words by Fred Fisher, music by Maurice Spitalny -- Annabelle / lyric by Mitchell Parish, music by Wayne King and Burke Bivens -- Any old lane is Lovers' Lane (as long as I'm with you) / words and music by Howard Johnson and Joe Davis -- Any time at all / by Jimmy Van Heusen and Jimmy Dorsey -- April in my heart : from the motion picture "Say it in French" / words and music by Helen Meinardi and Hoagy Carmichael -- As long as we're together / words and music by Cliff Friend & Dave Franklin [2 copies] -- At a perfume counter on the Rue de la Paix : from the revue "Billy Rose's Casa Mañana" / lyric by Edgar Leslie, music by Joe Burke [2 copies] -- At long last love : from the musical "You never know" / words and music by Cole Porter [3 copies] -- At the swing cats ball / words and music by Luis Russell and William Campbell -- At your beck and call / by Buck Ram and Eddie De Lange [3 copies] -- A-tisket a-tasket / words and music by Ella Fitzgerald and Al Feldman [7 copies] -- Bambina / words and music by Serge Walter, Al Stillman, Larry Spier [2 copies] -- The band played on / words by John F. Palmer, music by Charles B. Ward -- The barn-yard rag / words by Billy Johnson, music by Chris Smith -- The bashful lover : from the musical "The two bouquets" / words by Eleanor and Herbert Farjeon, music by C. Moulton, arranged by Ernest Irving -- Be a good scout : from the motion picture "That certain age" / lyric by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh -- Be a little careful / words by Allan Zee and Frank Roehrenbeck, music by Allan Zee and Elektra Allison -- (Be it ever so thrilling) There's no place like your arms : from the musical "All around the town" / lyrics by Bickley Reichner, music by Clay Boland -- Beale Street serenade / words and music by Gene Van Ormer, Porter Grainer and W.C. Handy -- Beautiful Danube no wonder you're blue / lyric by Eli Dawson and Ian Donez, music by Emery Deutsch -- Beautiful spirit of Americanism / lyrics and music by Adolph Bernadotte Ringstrom -- Behind the cabin door / music and lyrics by Clarence Muse -- Behind those swinging doors (The doors swing in-the doors swing out) / words and music by Fleming Allan [2 copies] -- The belle of the Blue Ridge / by Billy Halley and Horatio Nicholls -- Bennie, the bumblebee feels bum / lyric by Lysle Tomerlin, music by O.M. Watson & Tony Ferragamo -- Beside a moonlit stream : from the motion picture "Booloo" / words and music by Sam Coslow and Frederick Hollander -- Between a kiss and a sigh / lyrics by John Burke, music by Arthur Johnston -- Bewildered / words by Leonard Whitcup, music by Teddy Powell [4 copies] -- The biggest 'aspidastra in the world / words and music by Jimmy Harper, Will E. Haines, Tommie Connor -- Bill Bailey, won't you please come home? / words and music by Hughie Cannon -- Black man's lullaby / words and music by Newt Oliphant -- Blame it on my last affair / by Henry Nemo and Irving Mills -- The Blarney dream / words and music by Jos. P. O'Neil -- Blue and disillusioned / words by Benny Davis, music by J. Fred Cootts -- Blue is the evening : from the motion picture "Rascals" / lyric by Sidney Clare, music by Harrry Akst -- Blue night (Where is my love) : from the revue "Paradise Revue of 1939" / words and music by Teddy Powell and Leonard Whitcup -- Blue nightfall : from the motion picture "St. Louis blues" / words by Frank Loesser, music by Burton Lane -- Blue shadows / by Anita Boyer -- Blue skies are 'round the corner / by Ross Parker and Hughie Charles -- Bluebird, I've got the blues! / by Jack Waverly, Paul Scholz and Andrew Donnelly -- Bon voyage / words by Philip Copell, music by Elayne Alston -- Boom / words by E. Ray Goetz, music and French lyric by Charles Trenet -- Boys Town / words and music by Will J. Harris -- Brazilian night (Amor) (Doce veneno) / English lyric by Marion Sunshine, music by Juan Carlos Cobian -- Broadway conga / English lyric by Walter Hirsch, music and Spanish lyric by Ernesto Lecuona -- Busy making love / words and music by Jack Clemens and Dottie Lee -- Button, button (Who's got the button) / words by Bickley Reichner, music by Clay Boland -- By a wishing well : from the motion picture "My lucky star" / words and music by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel -- By an old pagoda / words by Jimmy Kennedy, music by Hugh Williams.
  • 1938, C: Cabin in the Carolines / words by Billy Hill, music by Ernie Burnett -- California for you / words and music by Gene Johnston and Hal C. Myers -- California, my western home / words and music by F.J. Hampton -- Came the dawn : from the musical "So proudly we hail!" / words by David Lannon, music by Benjamin Welles 2nd -- Carolina sweetheart / words & music by Al Frazzini -- Cathedral in the pines / by Charles and Nick Kenny [9 copies] -- Catwalk / lyrics by Billy Gussak, music by Vincent Maffay, Willis Kelly -- Change partners : from the motion picture "Carefree" / by Irving Berlin [3 copies] -- Chapel bells : from the motion picture "Mad about music" / lyric by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh [4 copies] -- Chatter-box / words by Irving Mills, music by Duke Ellington & Rex Stewart -- Cherokee (Indian love song) / words and music by Ray Noble [3 copies] -- The chestnut tree ('Neath the spreading chestnut true) / words and music by Jimmy Kennedy, Tommie Connor and Hamilton Kennedy -- Chiapanecas (While there's music there's romance) / English lyric by Albert Gamse, Spanish lyric by Emilio De Torre, music by M.V. De Campo -- Chuck-a-boom / words by Bob Wright and Chet Forrest, music by Chris Schonberg -- Cinderella, stay in my arms / by Jimmy Kennedy and Michael Carr [12 copies] -- Climbing up honeymoon stairs / words & music by Nellie Y. Albright -- Cocoanut Grove / words and music by Harry Owens -- Coffee and kisses : from the motion picture "Her jungle love" / words by Ralph Freed, music by Frederick Hollander -- College humor / lyric by Pat Ballard, music by Larry Clinton -- Colorado sunset / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Con Conrad -- Colorín colorao / letra y música de Rafael Hernández -- Come along my Mandy! / written and composed by Tom Mellor, Alf. J. Lawrence, Harry Gifford, American version by Nora Bayes, Jack Norworth -- Come out, come out wherever you are / lyrics by Irving Taylor, music by Vic Mizzy -- Come out from behind that "8" ball / words by Buddy Feyne and Mithcell Byron, music by Arthur Altman -- Confidentially : from the motion picture "Garden of the moon" / lyric by Al Dubin and Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren -- Congo conga (Asunción) / English lyric by Albert Gamse, music and Spanish lyric by Eliseo Grenet -- Consecreation (Take my life, and let it be) / words by Frances Ridley Havergal, music by Bernard Hamblen -- Could be / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Walter Donaldson -- Could you pass in love : from the motion picture "My lucky star" / words and music by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel -- The cowboy and the lady : from the motion picture "The cowboy and the lady" / words by Arthur Quenzer, music by Lionel Newman -- Cowboy from Brooklyn : from the motion picture "Cowboy from Brooklyn" / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren -- The cradle will rock : from the musical "The cradle will rock" / words and music by Marc Blitzstein -- The cricket song : from the motion picture "Swiss miss" / lyric by Arthur Quenzer, music by Phil Charig -- Cry, baby, cry / by Jimmy Eaton and Terry Shand [4 copies] -- The cry of the exile / words by Anne Reeve Aldrich, music by Ward-Stephens -- The cute little hat check girl / by Nat Simon, Al Stillman, Ray Bloch.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 176
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 176.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1937-1938.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 176
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