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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 42.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 42.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1910.

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reel 42 [1910, Merry-Stop!]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 42 reel 42 [1910, Merry-Stop!]Performing Arts Research Collections - Music

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1 reel of microfilm; 35 mm.
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  • Primarily sheet music for voice with piano accompaniment.
  • Target title.
  • Original scores in New York Public Library Music Division.
  • Microfilmed by Archival Micrographics, Midland Park, N.J., 1986.
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  • Microfilm.
Contents
  • Merry wedding bells : from the musical "He came from Milwaukee" / lyric by Edward Madden, music by Ben M. Jerome & Louis A. Hirsch [2 copies] -- Mind yo' own business, 'tend to yo'n business and let other folk's business alone / words and music by Shepard N. Edmonds -- Minnesota : from the play "The old town" / words by Thomas T. Railey, music by Alfred G. Robyn -- Miss Helen of Troy : from the musical "Jumping Jupiter" / lyric and music by Richard Carle -- Miss Manhattan / words and music by Edward B. Adams -- Mr. Johnson good night / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Herbert Ingraham -- Mister Moon-Man turn off the light : from the musical "Little Miss Fix-It" / by Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth [3 copies] -- Mister Pat O'Hare / words and music by Benjamin Hapgood Burt -- Mister Pat O'Hare : from the musical "The girl in the taxi" / words and music by Benjamin Hapgood Burt -- Mistletoe / lyric by Ed Rose, music by Fred W. Hager -- Modern education : from the musical "College life" / words and music by Ned Highland -- Modest Mazie (Oh! Oh! Oh!) : from the musical "The deacon and the lady" / lyric by Geo. Totten Smith, music by Alfred E. Aarons -- Molasses candy / words by Eddie Leonard, music by J.J. Hill -- Montana / lyrics by Chas. C. Cohan, music by Joseph E. Howard [2 copies] -- Moon dear / words and music by Harold De Grosse -- Moonlight / words by James O'Dea, music by Neil Moret -- Moonlight / lyric by Crane Wilbur, music by Paul Rubens -- Moonlight glide / words by Junie McCree, music by Albert Von Tilzer [2 copies] -- Moonlight Molly O : from the musical "Dick Whittington" / words by Edward Madden, music by Dorothy Jardon -- The moonlight, the rose and you / words by Chas. E. Baer, music by Johann C. Schmid [4 copies] -- The morning after the night before / words by Ed. Moran, music by J. Fred Helf [2 copies] -- Mother! / words by Chas. Cooper, music by Al Fredericks -- Mother, dearest sweetheart / words & music by William T. Vayo -- Mother is the best sweetheart of all / words by Lettie Gould, music by Jerome Heller -- Mother Machree / lyric by Rida Johnson Young, music by Chauncey Olcott and Ernest R. Ball [2 copies] -- Mother Machree : from the motion picture "Mother Machree" / lyric by Rida Johnson Young, music by Chauncey Olcott and Ernest R. Ball -- Mother's child : from the musical "Two men and a girl" / lyric by Jos. McCarthy, music by Al Piantadosi -- Motor king / words by Jack Drislane, music by Henry Frantzen -- Mountain maiden : from the musical "The echo" / lyric by William Le Baron, music by Deems Taylor [2 copies] -- Mr. Bluebeard : from the musical "The deserters" / words and music by Anna Alice Chapin -- Mr. Sweeney (a brainy man) : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1910" / words by Will A. Heelan, music by Seymour Furth -- Mr. Tannhauser : from the musical "The deacon and the lady" / lyric by Geo. Totten Smith, music by Alfred E. Aarons -- Multnomah / words & music by Ernest Traxler -- My American beauty Rose / by Harry H. Zickel -- My brown eyed Lou / words and music by Bill Johnson -- My cavalier (Dreaming idly dreaming) / words by Felix F. Feist, music by Jos. S. Nathan [2 copies] -- My country has first call / words by Jos. H. McKeon, music by W. Lindsay Gordon -- My cow boy girl / words and music by Peter W. Frett -- My dear old southern home / words by Marion L. West, music by Ed. Dangel -- My Dixie dream / words & music by Earle Taylor -- My dream, dream man : from the musical "Judy forgot" / words by Avery Hopwood, music by Silvio Hein -- My evening star / words by Ren Shields, music by P.D. De Coster -- My friend Jim-a-da-Jeff / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Kerry Mills -- My girl of the golden days / words by Earle C. Jones, music by May Aufderheide -- My guiding star (When in joy or in gladness) / lyric by Jas. B. Brewer, music by Edward B. Claypoole -- My heart has learned to love you, now do not say good-bye / words by Dave Reed, music by Ernest R. Ball [7 copies] -- My heart is thine! ('O sole mio!) : from the play "Over night" / English words by Frank Sheridan, Italian words by G. Capurro, music by E. di Capua [2 copies] -- My lady Angora : from the musical "Betty in Dreamland" / lyric by James O'Dea, music by Anna Caldwell -- My land : from the musical "Macushla" / words by Bartley C. Costello, music by Chauncey Olcott & Ernest R. Ball -- My land : from the play "Barry of Ballymore" / words by Bartley C. Costello, music by Chauncey Olcott & Ernest R. Ball -- My little Havana made : from the musical "The wife hunters" / lyric by Bert Ellis, music by Anatol Friedland [and] Malvin Franklin -- My little Havana made : from the musical "Three million dollars" / lyric by David Kempner, music by Anatol Friedland -- My little moon-boat / words by Charles Noel Douglas, music by I. Borovsky -- My little sugar plum / words & music by Paul E. Glase -- My lotus flower : from the musical "Judy forgot" / words by Avery Hopwood, music by Silvio Hein -- My L-O-U-I-S-E (You were my sister and brother) (My Louise) / words by Monroe H. Rosenfeld, music by Harry I. Davis -- My love is greater than the world / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by J. Fred Helf -- My lovely Rose / words and music by Blanche Burdetta Rinard -- My Mamie Rose / words by E. Ray Goetz, music by Melville J. Gideon -- My morning Rose / words by Arthur Longbrake, music by Ed Edwards -- My old plantation home / words and music by H.A. Fischler -- My operatic Samson : from the musical "Up and down Broadway" / word by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- My own sweetheart / words by G.A. Scofield, music by Goe. Edw. Smith -- My pretty black-eyed Susan (The flower of Maryland) / words and music by George Evans -- My pretty little brown eyed girl / words and music by Byron S. Gay, arr. by Geo. A. Isbell -- My queen is an Irish Colleen : from the play "The wearing of the green" / words and music by Fiske O'Hara -- My queen of dreams / gby Al H. Wilson and Chas. Noel Douglas -- My Ramapoo / by Frederic W. Hager -- My Rose / words by S. Anworth Rutherford, music by Irving M. Wilson -- My Rose from the garden of love / words by Jesse G.M. Glick, music by Irving M. Wilson -- My scarecrow Maidie : from the musical "Lower berth thirteen" / lyric by [Arthur] Gillespie & [Collin] Davis, music by Jos. E. Howard -- My soldier boy : from the musical "Judy forgot" / words by Avery Hopwood, music by Silvio Hein -- My Sunday girl / lyric by Earle C. Jones, music by N.S. Carter -- My sweet Cordelia / words and music by Shepard N. Edmonds -- My toast to you : from the musical "When sweet sixteen" / words by George V. Hobart, music by Victor Herbert -- My toreador : from the musical "Judy forgot" / words by Avery Hopwood, music by Silvio Hein -- My western Rose / words by F.W. Vandersloot, music by Harry J. Lincoln -- My, what a funny little world this is / words & music by Lewis & Bennett -- My Yankee Doodle girl : from the musical "The slim princess" / words by Henry Blossom, music by Leslie Stuart [2 copies].
  • Name the happy day / words and music by Roy L. Burtch -- The navy of the sea / Bert Fitzgibbon -- Neath the southern moon : from the musical "Naughty Marietta" / lyric by Rida Johnson Young, music by Victor Herbert [3 copies] -- Neath the weeping willow tree / words by Earle C. Jones, music by Neil Moret -- Nevermore : from the musical "Alma, where do you live?" / lyric by Geo. V. Hobart, music by Jean Briquet -- New York / words and music by Henry Sherin -- The news boys' last request or poor little Jim / words & music by E. A. Oakley -- Night brings the stars and you / lyric by Arthur J. Lamb, music by S. R. Henry -- Nightingale / words by Jack Drislane, music by Geo. W. Meyer [3 copies] -- Nix on the glow-worm Lena! / lyric by Ballard MacDonald, music by Harry Carroll -- No one cares for me / words and music by Tell Taylor -- No one knows by Noah / words by Arthur Beckwith, music by W. T. Purdy -- Not to-night Josephine / words by Will A. Heelan, music by Seymour Furth -- Now she's anybody's girlie / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne.
  • Oh come, fair maid, and dance with me / lyric and music by Fleta Jan Brown -- Oh, how that German could love : from the musical "The girl and the wizard" / words by Irving Berln, music by Ted Snyder -- Oh Kaiser, my Kaiser : from the musical "The girl and the Kaiser" / words by Bernard Buchbinder, American version by Leonard Liebling, music by Georg Jarno -- Oh! Marie / words by E. Ray Goetz, music by E. Di Capua [2 copies] -- Oh my! wouldn't it jar you / words by Avery Hopwood, music by Silvio Hein -- Oh, that beautiful rag : from the revue "Up and down Broadway" / words by Iving Berlin, music by Ted Snyder [3 copies] -- Oh that funny rag / words by Bobby Heath, music by Gus Benkhart -- Oh! that moonlight glide / words by Junie McCree, music by Albert Von Tilzer [3 copies] -- O, time, time! : from the musical "The Quaker girl" / words by Percy Greenbank, music by Lionel Monckton -- Oh, Tiny, play that "traumerei" / words by J. Henry Little, music by J. E. Andino -- Oh what a beautiful morning : from the musical "The happiest night of his life" / lyric by Junie McCree, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Oh! what a chance to take : from the musical "The slim princess" / words by Henry Blossom, music by Leslie Stuart -- Oh you bear cat rag / words by Wm. Tracey, music by Lewis F. Muir and Fred Watson -- Oh you Chicago, oh you New York : from the musical "The happiest night of his life" / lyric by Junie McCree, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Oh! you chicken! / words by E. Ray Goetz, music by Fred Fischer -- Oh you devil rag / words by E. Ray Goetz, music by Ford T. Dabney -- Oh, you dream / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Oh you mister moon / words by A. Dubin, music by Jos. A. Burke -- Oh, you rah! rah! boy / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Theodore Morse -- Oh you spearmint kiddo with the wrigley eyes / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Oh, you sumertime Romeo! / words by Glen MacDonough, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- Oh! you tease / words and music by Merritt W. Lund [3 copies] -- Ooh! (maybe it's a robber) : from the musical "The girl of my dreams" / lyric by Otto Hauerbach, music by Karl Hoschna [2 copies] -- Ohio / words by Eddie Leonard & A. Seymour Brown, music by Nat D. Ayer -- The Oklahoma twirl / words by William Tracey, music by Lewis F. Muir & James McGavisk -- Old doctor Brown / words by Earle C. Jones, music by Herbert Ingraham -- Old glory will be out college flag / words by Earle Jones, music by Geo. Meyer -- On a Hottentot honeymoon : from the musical "The deacon and the lady" / lyric by Geo. Totten Smith, music by Alfred E. Aarons -- On Mobile Bay / words by Earle C. Jones, music by Chas. N. Daniels [3 copies] -- Once a pal, always a pal / by James Brockman -- Only a man : from the musical "Jumping Jupiter" / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Grace LeBoy -- Only you / words by Harry J. Lincoln, music by Reba Vandersloot -- Open your eyes / words and music by Percy Wenrich -- Opening chorus, the American Monte Carlo : from the musical "In Hayti" / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- The osculation bombashay : from the musical "The sweetest girl in Paris" / lyric by Addison Burkhardt, music by Malvin M. Franklin -- The other fellow / lyric by Otto Hauerbach, music by Karl Hoschna -- Out in an ocean of love / lyric by Vincent Bryan, music by Paul Rubens -- The other ones were better than the first : from the musical "Three million dollors" / lyric by Edgar A. Woolf, music by Frederic Solomon -- Out in Mexico / words & music by Helen S. Marqua -- Out in you canoe / words by Frank R. Abbott, music by Edwin E. G. Goffe -- Outside of that you're all right / words by Wm. Tracey, music by James McGavisk -- Over the garden wall : from "The wall between" / words by Maurice Brett, music by Walter Pulitzer.
  • P.S. I love you : from the musical "Three million dollors" / lyric by David Kempner, music by Anatol Friedland -- Parisian rag / by Branen and Lange -- Pa's typewriter / lyric by Malcolm Williams, music by Benjamin Hapgood-Burt -- The pastoral duet : from the musical "Madame Troubadour" / words by Joseph W. Herbert, music by Feliz Ablini -- Partricia O'Brien / by Aubrey Staufer -- Peaches / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- Pearl eyes / story by Bobby Jones, tune by Bert F. Grant -- Peek-a-boo mister moon peek - boo / by Marvin Lee and Donald Bestot -- The Pensacola mooch : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1910" / by Ford T. Dabney and Will Marion Cook -- A perfect day / words and music by Carrie Jacobs-Bond -- Phoebe Jane / words by Richard Henry Buck, music by Theodore Morse [2 copies] -- Piano man / by Berlin and Snyder [6 copies] -- The picnic (ev'ry laddie loves a lassie" / written, composed and sung by Harry Lauder -- Pine apple rag / words by Joe Snyder, music by Scott Joplin -- The place that they call heaven / by Rev. John Pickrell Martin -- The place where the rainbow ends / by C. M. Denison -- Planning (pretty's the picture I'm planning) / poem by Will D. Cobb, melody by Gus Edwards -- Plant a watermelon on my grave and let the juice soak through / by Frank Dumont & R. P. Lilly [2 copies] -- Play that barber shop chord / words by Wm. Tracey and Ballard MacDonald, music by Lewis F. Muir [3 copies] -- Play that wedding march backwards : from the revue "Girlies" / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- Playing the game of love / words by Raymond A. Browne, music by Davidson-Godmilow -- Playthings, that's all / words by C. M. Denison, music by John W. Bratton -- Please come back to me / words by A. Seymour Brown, music by Nat D. Ayer -- A popular song : from the musical "The old town" / lyric by Thomas T. Railey, music by Alfred G. Robyn -- Porto Rico / lyric by Cecil Mack, music by Jas. T. Brymn -- Prairie flower / lyric by Fleta Jan Brown, music by Herbert Spencer -- President's song / lyric by John L. Shine, music by Heinrich Berte -- Pretty as a picture / by John F. Barth -- The pretty little girl inside : from the revue "Up and down Broadway" / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Pretty Molly / words by Bobby Heath, music by Chas. O'Donnell -- The Puritan vision / by Florence D. Charles -- Put your arms around me, honey (I never knew any girl like you) / words by Junie McCree, music by Albert Von Tilzer [5 copies].
  • The Quaker girl / words by Adrian Ross, music by Lional Monckton -- Quaker talk / lyric by Otto Hauerbach, music by Karl Hoschna -- Queen of my dreams : from the musical "The slim princess" / words by Henry Blossom, music by Leslie Stuart [2 copies] -- Queen of the Nile / by R. G. Holley -- The ragtime barn dance : from the play "A matinee idol" / words by E. Ray Goetz, music by Silvio Hein -- A rag-time table d'hote : from the musical "The girl and the taxi" / by Carter De Haven -- Red clover / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Theodore Morse -- The Red Cross girl : from the musical "The jolly bachelors" / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by Raymond Hubbell -- Red Roses : from the musical "The man with three wives" / words by Paul M. Potter, music by Franz Lehar -- Rosemary for remembrance / words by Fred E. Weatherly, music by Lady Arthur Hill -- The rest of the week she's mine : from the musical "Jumping Jupiter" / words by Chas. H. Taylor, music by John W. Bratton -- Reuben and Rachel / words by Harry Birch, revised by Josef Frantz, music by William Gooch -- Ring me up in the morning : from the revue "Girlies" / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- Rosa Rigoletto / lyric by Edward Madden, music by Gus Edwards -- Rosalind : from the musical "When sweet sixteen" / words by George V. Hobart, music by Victor Herbert -- Roses / words and music by James A. MacElwee -- Roses mean you, to me / words by J.E. Dempsey, music by Richard L. Weaver -- Roses remind me of you / words by Earle C. Jones, music by Charlotte Blake [2 copies] -- Rosy cheeks / words by Dave Oppenheim, music by Joe Cooper -- Rubbe-necking moon / words and music by Chris Smith [2 copies] -- Rusty-can-o-rag / words by Thos. J. Gray, music by Al Piantadosi.
  • Sadie Brady (listens good to me) / by Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth -- Sail home : from the musical "Alma, where do you live?" / lyric by Geo. V. Hobart, music by Jean Briquet -- Sailing, sweetheart, you and I / by Ralph Whitehead -- Santa Fé / words by [Harry] Williams, music by [Egbert] Van Alstyne -- Saturday 1 P.M. / lyric and music by Benjamin Hapgood Burt -- Sauce for the gander is sauce for the goose : from the musical "The girl of my dreams" / lyric by Otto Hauerbach, music by Karl Hoschna -- Savannah : from the musical "The jolly bachelors" / words & music by Billy Taylor -- Save up your kisses for a rainy day : from the musical "Katie did..." / lyric by Wm. Cary Duncan, music by Karl Hoschna -- Say dearie won't you marry me / by J. Hayden Clarendon -- School bells / by Bobby Heath, Gus Benkhart and J.E. Dempsey -- The school where Lincoln went / words and music by Will Hardy -- The sea shell / words by Charles E. Baer, music by Charles P. Shisler -- Sentimental moon : from the musical "He came from Milwaukee" / lyric by Edward Madden, music by Ben M. Jerome & Louis A. Hirsch -- The sexton and the bell / ` / poem by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Alfred Solman -- Shame upon you Nancy / words and music by Benjamin Hapgood Burt [2 copies] -- Shandon belles : from the musical "The prince of Bohemia" / lyric by E. Ray Goetz, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- She shook him in Chicago : from the musical "Madame Sherry" / lyric by Otto Hauerbach, music by Karl Hoschna -- She took mother's advice / words by Stanley Murphy, music by Percy Wenrich -- She trimmed them oh! so neatly : from the musical "The bachelor belles" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Raymond Hubbell -- She's a patient of mine / words & music by Chris Smith [2 copies] -- She's the only girl that I could ever see : from the play "A matinee idol" / words by Seymour Brown, music by Silivio Hein -- Shine softly, Mister Moon : from the musical "College life" / words and music by Charles Lovenberg -- Sighing / lyric & music by Leroy Stover -- Silver Bell / words by Edward Madden, music by Percy Wenrich -- Since Bwano Tumbo came from Jumbo Land / words and music by Frfancis W. Rivarde -- Sing love's old sweet song again / words by Will Wood, music by J.H. Ellis [2 copies] -- Sing me the world is mine / words and music by Dorothy Russell -- Skid-dy-mer-rink-adink-aboomp (means I love you) : from the musical "The echo" / words by Felix F. Feist, music by Al. Piantadosi -- Sleepy head / words by Billy J. Vanderveer, music by Tom Sherman -- Sleepy moon / words and music by Albert Hockey and Thos. Kennedy -- Slip your glad rags on and come with me! / words by Harry B. Lester & Billy Clark, music by Harry Armstrong [2] copies] -- A smile and a kiss / words and music by Brian B. Vivian -- The smile she means for you : from the musical "Madame Sherry" / lyric by Otto Hauerbach, music by Karl Hoschna -- Smile, just simply smile / words and music by Neil O'Brien -- Smile, smile, smile! : from the musical "Marriage a la carte" / words by C.M.S. McClellan, music by Ivan Caryll -- Smiling eyes / words by J. Young, music by Minerva W. Fields -- Snowdrops and the spring : from the musical "Two little brides" (Schneeglöckchen) / words by Arthur Anderson, music by Gustave Kerker -- So away with sorrow : from the musical "Two little brides" / words by Arthur Anderson, music by Gustave Kerker -- So long, Mister Flanagan (Goo-goo-goo-goo-good bye) / words by W.E. Browning, music by Ed Edwards [2 copies] -- Soap-bubble days : from the musical "Jumping Jupiter" / words by Gus Kahn, music by Grace Le Boy -- The soldier girls off the Red Cross / words & music by J.G. McCormick -- Some of these days / words and music by Shelton Brooks [7 copies] -- Somebody else it's always somebody else / words by Jack Drislane, music by Geo. W. Meyer [9 copies] -- Somebody's doing what I used to do / words by Morris Rose, music by Billy L. Geller -- Somebody's lonesome / words and music by Thos. S. Allen [3 copies] -- Someday someone will whisper I love you / words and music by H.A. Fischler -- Someday we'll be happy / words by John F. Lyle, music by George E. Lyle -- Someday when your heart has found it's mate / words by Beth Slater Whitson, music by Evans Lloyd -- Some-one to call me kid (an imaginary love cure) / words and music by Johnnie Anderson -- Something doing kid! / words and music by Marion Monroe -- Sometime sweetheart you'll know / words and music by Minnie L. Steeves -- Song: Do you belong to anyone particular? : from the musical "The slim princess" / words by Henry Blossom, music by Leslie Stuart -- Song: I'm single for six weeks more : from the musical "The pink lady" / words by C.M.S. McClellan, music by Ivan Caryll -- A song of long ago / words by Earle Clinton, music by Lamonte C. Jones -- The song of the open sea / lyric by Chas. E. Baer, music by Johann C. Schmid -- A song of old Kilkenny / lyric by Chas. E. Baer, music by Johann C. Schmid -- The sons of every nation are Americans today : from the spectacle "The international cup" / lyric by Manuel Klein & R.H. Burnside, music by Manuel Klein -- Spooning in the moonlight / by John Barth -- Spaghetti : from the televsion show "Songs for sale" / words by Steve Uliano, music by Lee Tassi -- Spaghetti rag / words by Dick Rogers, music by George Lyons and Bob Yosco [2 copies] -- Spanish blood / lyric by John L. Shine, music by Heinrich Berté -- Springtime / by J.F. Garland -- Squaw Colleen / words by Joe McCarthy, music by Harry De Costa -- Stack-o-lee / rewritten by the Three White Kuhns -- Star of my dreams, shine on! / lyric by Arthur J. Lamb, music by John T. Hall -- Steamboat Bill / words by Ren Shields, music by Leighton Bros. [4 copies] -- Stein song / words by Lincoln Colcord, music by E.A. Fenstad, arranged by A.W. Sprague, new arrangement by Rudy Vallée [6 copies] -- Steve / words by William F. Kirk, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Stop, stop, stop (Come over and love me some more) / words and music by Irving Berlin [4 copies].
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 42
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 42.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1910.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 42
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