A Guide to the Microform Collections: D
D. W. Griffith papers, 1897-1954.
Frederick, Md. : University Publications of America, 1982. -- 36
microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/356
A collection of over 50,000 pages of private and business
papers relating to his career from 1897, when he started as an actor,
through 1954, when a group of his intimates shared their memories
Among the materials included are screenplays, cast and shot
lists from filmed and proposed motion pictures, scripts written
by Griffith and others, financial reports, income tax returns,
documentation of the formation of United Artists, box office statements,
newspaper clippings, letters, transcripts of oral history interviews,
memoirs, and other items from friends, associates, and other contemporaries
GUIDE: 105-164, D.W. Griffith Papers.
1. Griffith, D.W. (David Wark), 1875-1948--Archives. 2. Motion
picture directors--United States--Archives. 3. Motion picture industry--United
States--History--Sources. 4. United Artists Corporation--History--Sources.
Daniel Murray pamphlet collection.
-- Washington, D.C : Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special
Collections Division. Available from Library of Congress, Photoduplication
Service, 1990? -- 10 microfilm reels : ill.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 90/3001
An assemblage of unrelated materials on African American
culture and black culture abroad. With pamphlets on all aspects
of black life, it consists of 352 individual titles published between
1821 and 1910 and collected by Daniel Alexander Payne Murray when
he served as Assistant Librarian at the Library of Congress. Most
pamphlets were published during the latter half of the 19th century
and encompass a variety of subjects and genres. They include sermons,
plays, poems, speeches, masonic and fraternal publications, slave
narratives, college catalogs, and other assorted and miscellaneous
publications. Among the authors represented are Frederick Douglass,
Booker T. Washington, Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Benjamin W. Arnett,
and Alexander Crummell. Master microform held by: DLC.
GUIDE: 282, [Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection]
1. Afro-Americans--Pamphlets. 2. Blacks--Pamphlets.
Davidson Co., Tenn., will book.
-- [Nashville, Tenn : Tennessee Microfilms, 199-?]. -- 13 microfilm
LC Call Number: Microfilm 93/77
A collection of Davidson County, Tennessee will books
from 1783 through 1886. The wills and inventories are handwritten,
and some are difficult to read. A name index appears at the beginning
of each volume.
Helen and Timothy Marsh's Davidson County, Tennessee Wills
& Inventories (Greenville, S.C., Southern Historical
Press, c1990. 2 v. F443.D2M37 1990) serves as a finding guide
for part of the collection. Volume I covers 1783 to 1816; volume
II, 1816 to 1830.
Each volume contains abstracts and an index to all the names
found in the abstracts.
Request the microfilm by volume number or year.
GUIDE: Not in LC (see above).
1. Davidson County (Tenn.)--Genealogy. 2. Wills-- Tennessee--Davidson
The Dead Sea scrolls on microfiche : a comprehensive
facsimile edition of the texts from the Judean Desert
/ edited by Emanuel Tov ; with the collaboration of Stephen J. Pfann.
-- Leiden : IdC ; New York : E.J. Brill, 1993. -- 134 microfiches
LC Call Number: Microfiche 94/2015
Reproduces photographic negatives of original texts and
fragments taken between 1950 and 1967 on behalf of the Palestine
Archaeological Museum. The collection also includes photographs
taken from 1967 to the present on behalf of the Israel Antiquities
Authority, photographs from the archives of the Shrine of the Book,
and recent photographs of texts and fragments from the Ancient Biblical
GUIDE: 352a-c, The Dead Sea Scrolls on
1. Dead Sea scrolls--Manuscripts. 2. Manuscripts, Aramaic--West
Bank--Qumran Site. 3. Manuscripts, hebrew--West Bank--Qumran Site.
4. Manuscripts, Greek (Papyri)--West Bank--Qumran Site.
Debatte en verrigtinge van die Verteenwoordigende
Kleurlingraad = Debates and proceedings of the Coloured Persons
Representative Council. (South Africa) --
Proteaville : Verteenwoordigende Kleuringraad van Suid-Afrika, 1974?
-- 153 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche (o) 86/200
The CPRC consisted of 40 elected representatives and
20 members nominated by the government. The Council, which met from
1969 to 1980, was intended to have some power to administer the
policies of the Department of Coloured Affairs; its jurisdiction
extended only to the Coloured "Group Areas." The records of these
often heated debates run from November 20, 1969, through September
21, 1979. The language of the debates moves freely back and forth
between English and Afrikaans. The quality of the microfiches varies
Note: This item is also available in the stacks under call number
LCCN: 78-642302 (bound issues)
GUIDE: Not in LC.
1. Colored people (South Africa)--Periodicals. 2. Coloured Persons
Representative Council. 3. South Africa--Politics and government.
Declassified documents reference system.
-- Washington, D.C. : Carrollton Press, 1975- . -- [ ] microfiches;
11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 5156
More than 20,000 documents declassified since World War
II. Documents declassified under the Freedom of Information Act
and mandatory review procedures are included in this collection.
Documents automatically declassified after a given time period or
already widely disseminated as well as documents released to individuals
from their personal files are generally excluded. The documents
came from all federal agencies, but especially the CIA, FBI, the
Office of the President, and the State and Defense Departments.
The collection includes telegrams and correspondence, technical
studies, " National Intelligence Estimates," field reports, policy
statements, and minutes of cabinet meetings.
Microfiches are retrieved by the year of the index, and abstract
page and letter (e.g., 1978, 146B); numbering of abstracts changed
in 1984. Microfiches for 1984 forward should be ordered by year
and abstract number.
GUIDE: Z1223.Z9 D4, The Declassified Documents
Quarterly Catalog. A subject index with abstracts of documents,
cumulates annually. A retrospective index, Z1223.Z7 D36, The
Declassified Documents Retrospective Collection, covers documents
declassified from 1946-1975.
1. Government publications--United States--Periodicals.
Democratic Party national conventions proceedings.
-- Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service,
[1958?]- . -- [ ] microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 6408
Proceedings for 1832-1956 of the Democratic National
Conventions, providing gavel to gavel coverage, including speeches,
debates, votes, and party platforms. Also included are lists of
names and addresses of convention delegates and alternates. Records
of the earliest proceedings are based in part on contemporary newspaper
accounts. Request by party and year.
GUIDE: Not in LC. Related reference works: (1)
JK2255.C66 1979, National Party Conventions, 1831-1976;
(2) JK2261.C48 1977, A Guide to Political Platforms.
1. Democratic National Conventions.
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (1963-1969)
: official history and documents / Robert
Lester, editor. -- Frederick, Md. : University Publications of America,
1984. -- 17 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 85/4555
Consists of two parts: the first is a copy of a typescript
official history of the Department and its constituent offices,
including organizational charts and legislative histories of important
laws related to the Department's work. The second consists of many
previously published documents, as well as legislative histories,
memos, internal reports, conference proceedings, and legislative
reports. The documents concern such issues as smoking and health,
the activities of the Food and Drug Administration, Social Security,
and the health and medical care issues addressed by the National
Institutes of Health and related agencies.
The collection documents a period of expansion for the Department
under the Johnson administration, which encompassed the enactment
of dozens of important pieces of civil rights and social welfare
legislation, including the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Economic
Opportunity Acts, the Consumer Protection Acts, and many laws
on social security, health, and health care.
GUIDE: 105-42, The Presidential Document
Series. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1963-1969:
Official History and Documents. A reel guide to contents
lists the documents by title; there is no subject index.
1. United States. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare--Archives.
2. United States--Politics and government, 1963-1969.
Deutsches biographisches Archiv
/ Bernhard Fabian, editor. -- Munchen ; New York : K. G. Saur, 1982.
-- 1437 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 86/900
A cumulation based on 254 of the most important biographical
sources for the Germanic nations, through the end of the 19th century.
See also its supplement for the first half of the 20th century,
Microfiche 90/8113 (90-956538).
GUIDE: See accompanying pamphlet. See also microfiche
numbers I-XVI, "Quellenverzeichnis," for description of sources
used in compiling.
Deutsches biographisches Archiv. Neue Folge bis
zur Mitte des 20. Jahrhunderts : eine Kumulation aus 284 der wichtigsten
biographischen Nachschlagewerke fur den deutschprachigen Bereich.
/ herausgegeben von Willi Gorzny. -- [Mnchen ; New York] : K.G.
Saur, [1990?]-. -- [NF I-XIII, NF G1-G14, NF 1-674, NF 761-1457]
microfiches : negative.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 90/8113
Articles from 284 biographical sources and professional
directories for German-speaking Europe covering the first half of
the 20th century. This collection supplements Microfiche 86/900.
The collection is divided into three parts, each of which is numbered
separately. Fiche numbers NF I-XIII labeled Quellenverzeichnisse,
show title pages and other pertinent pages from each of the 284
sources. Many of these include their own bibliographies, making
these 13 fiches a major bibliographic source for German language
biography. Fiche numbers NF G1-14, labeled Grossformate, show folio
pages that were too large to reduce to standard microform size without
significant loss of detail. Most of these are photographs or drawings
of the individuals named in the biographies. Fiches NF 1-1457 contain
the articles from the sources arranged alphabetically by surname.
A researcher wanting to see the sources, the folio page, and the
articles on someone named Heinrich Mann, for example, will write
"Microfiche 90/8113, NF I-XIII, NF G 1-14, NF Mann, Heinrich."
GUIDE: Not in LC.
Dictionary catalog of the Library of the Freer
Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution.
-- Boston : G.K. Hall Micropublications, c1991. -- 252 microfiches
Contents: Asian language catalog (61 fiches); Western language catalog
(125 fiches); Library of Congress Classification catalog (45 fiches);
KOKKA index (21 fiches).
LC Call Number: Microfiche 93/30
A catalog reflecting the Freer library's holdings of
more than 50,000 volumes on Asian art as of October 1990. Half of
the book collection is in Chinese, Japanese, or Korean, and the
library also has numerous manuscripts, photographs, and a collection
of 55,000 slides.
GUIDE: 314, Dictionary Catalog of the Library
of the Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution. Provides
an introduction and a list of fiche headers arranged by sections:
(1) Asian language catalog, (2) Western language catalog, (3) Library
of Congress classification catalog.
1. Art, Asian. 2. Civilization, Oriental. 3. Painting, American--19th
century. 4. Painting, American--20th century.
Dime novels : escape fiction of the nineteenth
century. -- Ann Arbor, Mich. : University
Microfilms International, 1980. --  microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 51570
A collection of over 3,000 dime novels--pocket-sized
paperbound popular fiction books--published by Beadle and Adams
during the late 19th century. Some reprints are also included. Many
are Westerns, but they also include stories of pirates, adventure,
history, romance, war, exploration, and crime, as well as some non-fiction.
The collection is primarily selected from the bibliography, The
House of Beadle and Adams, by Albert Johannsen, Z1231.F4J68.
The Library of Congress has purchased only 6 of the 7 parts
of this collection. What has not been purchased is, for the most
part, available in the collection of dime novels filmed at the
Library of Congress from its own original collection now in the
Rare Book Division. See related entry, Dime novels from
the rare book collections of the Library of Congress, Microfilm
GUIDE: PS374.D5 D5 v. 1-7, Dime Novels
(Index by author, title, series, and reel).
1. Dime novels. 2. American fiction--19th century.
Dime novels from the rare book collections of the
Library of Congress. -- Washington, D.C.
: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1976- . -- 
microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 38930-39072
Several hundred selected titles of popular paperback
fiction from 30 different series published by Beadle and Adams and
other dime novel publishers in the late 19th and early 20th centuries,
filmed from the collection in the Library's Rare Book and Special
Collections Division. The collection is complemented by a commercially
published collection, Dime Novels, also in the Microform
Reading Room. Published in series, the titles run the gamut from
tales of American Indians and pioneers to detective adventures,
society romances, and rags-to-riches stories, as well as serially
published songbooks, jokebooks, handbooks (including baseball yearbooks),
and miscellaneous reprints.
GUIDE: 14, [Dime Novel Collection].
Lists novels filmed by series title, with numerical checklists for
each series. For access by title, use The House of Beadle
and Adams, Z1231.F4J68. The title index in vol. 2 refers
to a numerical list of titles by series. Many titles are briefly
annotated. Refer back to Guide No. 14 to see if
title was filmed. Request film by series microfilm number and volume
or issue number.
Related reference works: Dime Novels: Escape Fiction of
the Nineteenth Century, v.1-6, PS374.D5 D5; and Dime
Novel Roundup: Annotated Index, PS374.D5 D48 Sup.
1. Dime novels. 2. American fiction--19th century.
Diplomatic correspondence of British ministers
to the Russian court at St. Petersburg, 1704-1776.
-- Bishops Stortford, England : Chadwyck-Healey, 1973. -- 100 microfiches
; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 5045
Dispatches of British ministers, filmed from the 148-volume
Sbornik collection of the Imperial Russian Historical Society. The
collection provides partial background documentation of Russian-British
trade relations and the emergence of Russia as a world power.
GUIDE: DA47.65 .D56, Index to the Diplomatic
Correspondence of British Ministers to the Russian Court, 1704-1776.
In English and Russian. Lists the year, date, and volume of the
documents, along with the names of the writer and the addressee.
There is no description of contents or subject access. Consists
of microfiche of v. 12, 19, 39, 50, 61, 66, 76, 80, 85, 91, 99,
102-103, 110, and 148 of the Sbornik of the Russkoe istoricheskoe
1. Russia--Foreign relations--1689-1801--Great Britain--Sources.
2. Great Britain--Foreign relations--18th century--Russia--Sources.
Dissertation catalog of the University Library
at Tubingen = Dessertationen- Katalog der Universitatsbibliothek
Tubingen. -- Munchen : K. G. Saur, 1983.
-- 370 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 86/1064
Consists of 700,000 filmed catalog cards from the Tubingen
University Library. The cards are arranged alphabetically by author.
Each card contains the following information: title, length, and
date of the dissertation or research work; the degree conferred
(if any), and the university at which the dissertation or paper
The dissertation collection of Tubingen University is one of
the largest in Germany and includes works written as early as
the 16th and 17th centuries. In addition to doctoral dissertations,
the collection consists of master's dissertations, Habilitations-schriften,
and scientific works. The collection represents not only most
of the dissertations written at Tubingen University, but also
dissertations from universities in other countries, principally
France and Scandinavia.
GUIDE: Not in LC.
1. Universitat Tubingen. Universitatsbibliothek--Catalogs. 2.
Doctoral dissertation series.
-- no. 1- . -- Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms, 1938- .
-- [ ] microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 0306
LC Call Number: Microfiche 1006
Available on microfiche in LC beginning in 1978. Dissertations
from most U.S. universities, from the late 1940s to the present,
based on listings in Dissertation Abstracts International (DAI),
and some dissertations from DAI : European Abstracts. Also available
in the Microform Reading Room are selected dissertations not included
in DAI. Dissertations from Canada, Harvard University, and M.I.T.
are generally not available as part of this collection. (Most University
of Chicago dissertations, while not filmed as part of this collection,
have been received and cataloged individually by the MicRR.) Access
to the dissertations is by University Microfilms International (UMI)
LCCN: (No Library of Congress Online Catalog entry)
GUIDE: Z5053.X472, Comprehensive Dissertation
Index (indexes authors and keywords from the dissertation
titles); and Z5053 D57, Dissertation Abstracts International.
CD-ROM access for dissertation abstracts from 1861 forward is also
available from the terminals in the Main Reading Room.
1. Dissertations, Academic--United States.
Documentary case studies in international trade
/ edited by Dan Stafford. -- Frederick, MD : University Publications
of America, [c1987- ]. --  microfiches : negative.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 89/271
Although the title reads "Case Studies," in fact this
collection is comprised of only one study, that dealing with the
four Japan-U.S. semiconductor cases settled under the terms of a
historic trade agreement between the United States and Japan in
1986. The collection is an important primary source for study of
the development of the hightech semiconductor industry and related
trade issues between the United States and Japan, including the
use of governmental negotiation to resolve high-tech disputes. Included
are thousands of pages of material, consisting of all of the briefs,
petitions, questionnaires. memoranda, reports, complaints, and other
supporting documents relating to the cases.
GUIDE: 105-209, Documentary Case Studies
in International Trade. Study 1--the Japan-U.S. Semiconductor Cases.
1. United States--Foreign economic relations--Japan. 2. Japan--Foreign
economic relations--United States. 3. Semiconductor industry--Japan.
4. Semiconductor industry--United States. 5. United States--Commercial
treaties. 6. Japan--Commercial treaties. 7. United States-Japan
Semiconductor Trade Agreement of 1986.
Documentary relations of the Southwest.
-- Tucson, Arizona : University of Arizona, 1974. -- 81 microfiches
; 11 x 15 cm.
Contents: Part 1, Master bibliography; Part 2, Biofile master list
and relatives index; Part 3, Biodex SW and Geofile SW.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 89/9032 (number changed from
Computer-generated master bibliographies and indexes
of primary documents that deal with the greater Southwest from 1520
to 1820, generally corresponding in time and area with the Spanish
colonial era. Includes extensive lists of names of persons mentioned
in the documents, most of Hispanic origin.
Microfiche folder has accompanying descriptive information about
GUIDE: Z1251.S8 B37, Northern New Spain:
A Research Guide.
1. Southwest, New--History--To 1848--Archival resources--Bibliography.
2. Southwest, New--History--To 1848--Archival resources--Indexes.
3. Spain--Colonies-- America--Archival resources--Bibliography.
4. Spain-- Colonies--America--Archival resources--Indexes.
Documentos oficiales de la Organización
de los Estados Americanos. -- Washington,
D.C. : Organización de los Estados Americanos, 1959- -- [
] microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 1015
Includes the official records of the Organization of
American States' organs: the Inter-American Conference, the Meeting
of Consultation of Ministers of Foreign Affairs, the Council of
the OAS, the Social Council, the Council of Jurists, the Cultural
Council, the Pan American Union, the General Secretariat, Specialized
Conferences and Organizations, etc. Most of the documents are in
English and/or Spanish and are classified according to the OAS system.
Series Z consists of the indexes of the official documents and is
included on the microfiche.
GUIDE: F1402.A169 Subseries X, Y or Z, Documentos
Oficiales de la Organización de los Estados Unidos Americanos;
Lista General de Documentos.
1. Organization of American States--Archives.
Documents on British policy overseas
/ Rohan Butler and M. E. Pelly, editors. -- London : H.M.S.O., 1984-
. -- microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
Contents: Series I, v. 1, Conferences at Potsdam, July-August 1945;
v. 2, Conferences and conversations 1945 London, Washington, and
Moscow. Series II, v. 1, The Schuman Plan, the Council of Europe,
and Western European integration, May 1950-December 1952.
LC Call Number: Textfiche DA588.D63 1984
A detailed collection of documents from the World War
II conference at Potsdam, July 6, 1945 to August 2, 1945, filmed
from holdings of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. It contains
correspondence, memos, instructions on the execution of British
foreign policy, reports of business transacted and the proceedings
of the conference.
GUIDE: Not in LC. Access is provided by summaries
at the beginning of the book. The arrangement is chronological.
Some of the documents are supplemented by microcopies of further
related documents. The contents of the additional documents on microfiche
are briefly indicated in the summaries at the beginning of the book.
In the text, a microfiche supplement is indicated by square brackets.
1. World War, 1939-1945--Peace--Sources. 2. Great Britain--Foreign
Documents on contemporary China, 1949-1975 : a
research collection. -- Greenwich, Conn.
: Reproduced by Johnson Associates by NCR, 1976- . -- 525 microfiches
; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 5169
This collection consists of a wide variety of materials
covering the period 1949 to 1975. It includes translations from
Red Guard serials, formal laws, statutes, lists and general accounts
of Chinese Communist Party meetings, party circulars, directives
and resolutions, analytical reports, secondary studies of China
by foreign observers, general reference sources, and political and
economic reports published in U.S. publications such as JPRS, Survey
of the China Mainland Press, and Selections from China Mainland
Magazines. Volume I contains a bibliography of Red Guard translations
and a subject index. Volume II consists of bibliographical indexes
for Party and government enactments, research and analysis reports,
leadership information, and for provincial and municipal data. Volume
II also has a subject index.
GUIDE: Z3108.A5 D62, Documents on Contemporary
China, vols. 1 & 2. Access is provided by the individual
document number usually found to the left of each item's title or
author (e.g., R25800.01).
1. China--Politics and government--1949-1976.
Documents on disarmament, 1945-1982 : a collection
from the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
/ Paul Kesaris, editor. -- Frederick, Md. : University Publications
of America, 1985. -- 11 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 86/2581
Consists of annual volumes, compiled by the U.S. Disarmament
Agency, for the years 1960-1982, with one retrospective volume covering
the years 1945 to 1959. The documents contained in each volume are
arranged in chronological order, and each volume also contains the
following finding lists: topical lists of documents; lists of abbreviations
used (e.g., for weapons systems); lists of the organizations and
conferences involved in disarmament activities, including summaries
of their duties, members, officers, and meetings; chronological
lists of documents; lists of major persons (authors, officials,
organization members), their titles or positions, and some background
data on them. In addition, there is a subject index for each volume.
GUIDE: 105-85, A Guide to Documents on
Disarmament, 1945-82. A Collection from the United Sates Arms Control
and Disarmament Agency. The format described above is followed
by the printed reel guide, which also has a brief index of major
1. United States. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency--Archives.
Documents on the National Liberation Front of South
Vietnam. -- Cambridge, Mass. : M.I.T., 1967.
-- 8 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 20221
Consists of 849 documents of the National Liberation
Front and the Communist Party of South Vietnam covering a period
beginning in 1959, but concentrating on the years 1960-1964. The
content of the documents varies enormously, from propaganda leaflets
to political handbooks. Included are periodicals, correspondence,
fiction, speeches, keys to secret codes, party directives, organizational
documents, and much indoctrination and instructional material. Most
items are in Vietnamese, but many are translated into English. To
request specific documents, give the number of each document, taken
either from the written guide or from reel 1.
GUIDE: 72, [Vietnamese Communist Documents].
Contains 66 pages of English annotation describing the documents;
the first reel of film in the collection also reproduces this annotation.
1. Vietnam--Politics and government--1949-1945. 2. Communist parties--Vietnam.
Dossiers Indal. -- Quebec,
Canada : IDAL (Informacion Documental de America Latina), 1977.
-- 46 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
SERIES: Serie D, Dossiers 1-12.
Dossier 1: Movimientos revolucionarios. Dossier 2: Partido Comunista
del Uruguay. Dossier 3: Democracia Cristiana del Uruguay (DCU).
Dossier 4: El Frente amplio del Uruguay. Dossier 5: Movimiento de
Liberacion Nacional. Dossier 6: Las medidas prontas de Seguridad
en Uruguay. Dossier 7: Tortura, libertad de prensa, Tupamaros en
Uruguay. Dossier 8: La Iglesia latinoamericana freente al Socialismo.
Dossier 9: Partido Comunista de Chile. (?) Venezuela y el Pacto
Andino. Dossier 11 y 12: Chile, el dialogo o las armas.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 87/850
A systematic, comprehensive collection of wide-ranging
documents relating to current, individual Latin American groups,
movements, political parties, and political issues (identified above).
The documents include official papers, articles, proclamations,
correspondence, studies, and ephemera representing a variety of
points of view. In Spanish. Note: See also entries in Library of
Congress card and computer catalogs under "Informacion Documental
de America Latina" for paper copies of these and other reports.
GUIDE: 116, Informacion Documental de America
Latina. Serie D Dossiers INDAL. Dossiers 1-12. 1. Latin America--Politics
and government--1948- --Sources.
Drawings of Robert & James Adam in Sir John
Soane's Museum. -- Cambridge, England : Chadwyck-Healey,
1978. -- 11 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 86/30
Nine reels of the 56 albums into which the 10,000 drawings
were mounted; those in color duplicated on reels 10-11.
GUIDE: 110, Catalogue of the Drawings and
Designs of Robert and James Adam in Sir John Soane's Museum.
1. Adam, Robert, 1728-1792. 2. Adam, James, d. 1794.
Drugs : special studies, 1972-1986.
-- Frederick, MD : University Publicastions of America, c1987. --
14 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 89/2149
Selected studies on drugs and alcohol, done by government
agencies or on government contract in the period 1971-1986. The
approach is sociological and criminological rather than pharmacological.
The collection is arranged chronologically.
GUIDE: 395, A Guide to the Microfilm Edition
of Drugs: Special Studies, 1972-1986.
1. Drug abuse--United States. 2. Narcotics, Control of--United
States. 3. Alcoholism--United States.
DUNS business identification service.
-- [New York] : Dun & Bradstreet, [1974?]- . - - [ ] microfiches
; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche (w) 83/307 (BRS)
This is the most comprehensive directory of U.S. businesses
available; it lists nearly 6 million companies alphabetically by
company name, giving addresses, SIC code, and D&B account numbers
for each, and it is updated in May and November of each year. The
collection is located on reference in the Business and Economics
GUIDE: An introductory booklet is included with
1. Corporations--United States--Directories.
Dutch underground press.
See: De ondergrondse pers, 1940-1945.