Guides to Genealogical Research:
Catalogs and Guides to Collections
A Selected List Revised by Anne Toohey
Research Guide No. 22
Babbel, June Andrew.
Lest We Forget: A Guide to Genealogical Research in the Nation's
Capital. Edited by Colleen Stone Neal. Annandale, Va.: Annandale
Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 1982.
104 p., ill.
Z5313.U5 B32 1982
Carlberg, Nancy Ellen.
Researching in Salt Lake City. Anaheim, Calif.: Carlberg
Press, 1987. 247 leaves, ill.
CS16 .C366 1987
Cavanaugh, Karen B.
A Genealogist's Guide to the Ft. Wayne, Indiana, Public Library.
Cover design by James Weaver. Ft. Wayne, Ind.: Cavanaugh, 1980.
Z5305 .U5 C38
Lists of resources of the Genealogy Dept. of the Ft. Wayne Public
Daughters of the American Revolution. Library.
Library Catalog. Compiled under the supervision of
Carolyn Leopold Michaels and Kathryn S. Scott. National Society,
Daughters of the American Revolution. Washington, D.C.: NSDAR, 1982-1992.
Z5313 .U5 D38 1982
Contents: v. 1, Family Histories and Genealogies; v. 2, State and
Local Histories and Records; v. 3, Centennial Supplement: Acquisitions,
Kaminkow, Marion J., comp. and editor.
A Complement to Genealogies in the Library of Congress: A
Bibliography. Baltimore: Magna Carta Book Co., 1981. x, 1118
This bibliography lists genealogies that are NOT listed in Genealogies
in the Library of Congress. These books are in 24 selected
libraries throughout the United States other than the Library of
Congress. A key, in the front of the volume, identifies a library
where the reader may find each genealogy.
The Library: A Guide to the LDS Family History Library.
Edited by Johni Cerny & Wendy Elliott. Salt Lake City: Ancestry
Pub., 1988. xi, 763 p.: ill.
Z733 .C55 L53 1988
Material in the Salt Lake City Library is described by state and
by foreign country.
Library of Congress.
Genealogies in the Library of Congress; A Bibliography.
Edited by Marion J. Kaminkow. Baltimore, Md.: Magna Carta Book Co.,
1972. 2 vols.
"This bibliography brings up to date similar printed works
published in 1910 and 1919 under the title American and English
genealogies in the Library of Congress. . . . The present compilation
. . . includes all the entries from the Family Name Index. . . in
the Local History and Genealogy Room of the Library of Congress."
_____. _____. Supplement, 1972-1976. Edited by Marion
J. Kaminkow. Baltimore: Magna Carta Book Co., 1977. -- viii, 285
_____. _____. Second supplement, 1976-1986. Edited
by Marion J. Kaminkow. Baltimore: Magna Carta Book Co., 1987. vii,
Z5319 .U53 Suppl. 2
Library of Congress.
United States Local Histories in the Library of Congress:
A Bibliography. Edited by Marion J. Kaminkow. Baltimore:
Magna Carta Book Co. 1975-1976. 5 vols.
Z1250 .U59 1975 E180
Compiled from a microfilm copy of the Library's shelflist for LC
classification Fl-975. Contents: v. 1, Atlantic States, Maine to
New York; v. 2, Atlantic States, New Jersey to Florida; v. 3, Middle
West, Alaska, Hawaii; v. 4, The West; v. 5, Supplement and Index.
Neagles, James C.
The Library of Congress: a guide to genealogical and historical
research. Assisted by Mark C. Neagles. Salt Lake City: Ancestry
Pub., 1990. xii, 381 p., ill.
Z1250 .N4 1990
New York Public Library. Local History and Genealogy Division.
Dictionary Catalog of the Local History and Genealogy Division.
Boston: G. K. Hall, 1974. 18 vols.
Z881 .N59 1974
"Contains entries for materials cataloged for the collection
through December 1971. Beginning in January 1972, all additions
to the collection of the Local History and Genealogy Division have
been included in the Dictionary Catalog of the Research Libraries."
United States Local History Catalog: A Modified Shelf List
Arranged Alphabetically by State, and Alphabetically by Locality
Within Each State. The New York Public Library, the Research
Libraries, Local History and Genealogy Division. 2 vols. Boston
G. K. Hall, 1974.
Z881 .N59 1974a
"Supplement to the Dictionary Catalog of the Local History
and Genealogy Division."
Contents: v. 1, Alabama-New Mexico; v. 2, New York-Wyoming.
United States. National Archives and Records Administration.
Guide to Genealogical Research in the National Archives.
Rev. ed. Washington, D.C.: National Archives Trust Fund Board, National
Archives and Records Administration, 1985. xiii, 304 p., ill. (some
Z5313 .U5 U54 1982
Includes bibliographies and index. Describes federal agency documents
such as census records; ship passenger arrival lists; naturalization
applications; military service, pension, and bounty land records;
federal land records; Confederate claims; federal court records;
photographs, maps and charts; records converted to microfilm; and
records stored in other locations, namely, branch archives. Only
a few colonial-era records are discussed. Useful for tracing ancestors
who came into contact with federal agencies.