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Facts on film. -- Nashville, Tenn. : Assembled by Southern Education Reporting Service, [ 196-?]- . -- [171] microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 03721

A collection of newspaper clippings, magazine articles, and other miscellaneous information on the subject of civil rights and race relations assembled by the Southern Education Reporting Service from 1954 to 1965. The service was founded by Southern newspaper editors and educators to provide accurate, unbiased information on developments in education following the U.S. Supreme Court opinion of 1954 which declared compulsory segregation in public schools unconstitutional. Later its aims also included similar information for other ethnic and minority groups. The material is arranged chronologically by categories and includes editorials, articles, transcripts of U.S. Supreme Court hearings, reports, editorial cartoons, speeches, pamphlets, letters to the editor, bibliographies, etc.

LCCN: 84-209240

GUIDE: 40, Index to Facts on Film. Indexes material by subject and state.
Request by microfilm code number (e.g., F4 478) and year of index in which the item is listed.

1. Civil rights--United States. 2. United States--Race relations--Miscellanea.


Fairbanks state office lease. -- Juneau, Alaska : Alaska Senate Rules Committee, 1985. -- 36 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 93/456

Transcripts, exhibits and indexes presented during the Alaska Senate Impeachment Inquiry, July 22-27, 1985, which investigated the awarding of a lease for state office space in Fairbanks.

NOTE: See also entries for grand jury exhibits (Microfiche 93/457, LCCN 85-623285) and report of the grand jury (Microfiche 93/458, 86/620702).

LCCN: 85-623284

GUIDE: Not in LC.

1. Impeachments--Alaska.


Fairbanks state office lease : grand jury exhibits, April 24-July 2, 1985. -- [Juneau, Alaska : s.n, 1985]. -- 3 microfiches : negative.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 93/457

Evidence presented to the Alaska Senate impeachment inquiry.
NOTE: See also fiche 93/456, LCCN 85-623285 and report of the grand jury fiche 93/458, LCCN 86/620702.

LCCN: 85-623285

GUIDE: Not in LC.

1. Impeachments--Alaska.


Faith and Order Commission. Official, numbered publications; Library of church unity periodicals; Library of American church records; and State of the churches.

LCCN: 85-891180

GUIDE: 96, [Ecumenism Research Agency Collections]. Compiled by MicRR staff from indexes on microfilm reels.

1. Ecumenical movement--Europe. 2. Ecumenical movement--Great Britain.


Family History Library.. [Salt Lake City, Utah] : Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, c1994. 2472 microfiches : negative.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 96/88 and Microfiche 90/7077 (1990 edition)

This is the catalog of the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, the largest genealogical library in the world. The LC's Local History and Genealogy Reading Room has a current version in CD-ROM. An up-to-date version of the catalog can also be searched online via the Internet using standard search techniques. For more information consult a reference librarian in the LC's LH&G RR.

LCCN: 96-627993 and 90-956116 (1990 edition)

GUIDE: Not in LC.

Available via the Internet: Family History Library Catalog (http://www.familysearch.org/Search/searchcatalog.asp).

1.United States--Genealogy--Bibliography--Catalogs. 2. Registers of births, etc.--United States--Bibliography--Catalogs. 3. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 4. Family History Library--Catalogs.


The F.B.I. files on the assassination of President Kennedy. -- Sanford, N.C. : Microfilming Corp. of America, 1979? ; Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms distributors, 1993. -- 31 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 93/955

LCCN: 93-63044

GUIDE: Not in LC.

1. Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963--Assassination--Sources. 2. Oswald, Lee Harvey. 3. Ruby, Jack. 4. United States. Warren Commission.


The F.B.I. files on the American Indian Movement and Wounded Knee / Rolland Dewing, editor. -- Frederick, Md. : University Publications of America, 1986. -- 26 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/359

Memoranda from agents, office reports, letters, protest literature, and some periodical clippings, dealing not only with AIM (the American Indian Movement) but also with numerous protests, demonstrations, and government property occupations by Indians throughout the country. Most of the material is dated 1973, and nearly half of it represents coverage of the Wounded Knee incident of that year.

Some sections of reports are blacked out, and some papers are deleted entirely by an invocation of cited exemptions under the Freedom of Information Act.

LCCN: 87-18960

GUIDE: 105-150, A Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the FBI Files on the American Indian Movement at Wounded Knee.

1. American Indian Movement--Sources. 2. Wounded Knee (S.D.)--History--Indian occupation, 1973--Sources. 3. Indians of North America--Government relations--1934- --Sources. 4. Indians of North America--Civil rights. 5. United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation--Archives.


Federal Bureau of Investigation confidential files. Communist activity in the entertainment industry : FBI surveillance files on Hollywood, 1942-1958 / edited by Daniel J. Leab. -- Bethesda, MD : University Publications of America, c1991. -- 14 microfilm reels.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 93/344

Correspondence, FBI reports, biographical sketches, news clippings, wiretaps, reports on the proceedings of the House Committee on Un-American Activities, and various enclosures detailing J. Edgar Hoover's and the FBI's interest in alleged communist activity in the entertainment industry.
LCCN: 92-37444

GUIDE: 308, A Guide to the Microfilm Edition of Federal Bureau of Investigation Confidential Files. Communist Activity in the Entertainment Industry. FBI Surveillance Files on Hollywood, 1942-1958. Has a detailed subject index and also lists major topics such as the Communist influence in labor unions, "Hollywood 10" activities, blacklisting issues, and specific films and actors or actresses are listed with the reel index.

1. Motion picture industry--Political aspects--United States--History--Sources. 2. Communism--United States--1917- --Sources. 3. Blacklisting of entertainers--United States--History--Sources. 4. United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation--Archives.


Federal Bureau of Investigation confidential files. McCarthy era blacklisting of school teachers, college professors, and other public employees : the FBI responsibilities program file and the dissemination of information policy file / edited by Kenneth O'Reilly. -- Frederick, MD : University Publications of America, c1989. -- 8 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 95/4338

Policy documents, action documents, newspaper clippings, summaries, and memoranda compiled by the FBI from 1951 to 1955 to coordinate federal and state efforts to make information regarding infiltration of Communists or suspected subversives available to appropriate authorities--employers, associations, or the media. Derogatory personal and political information, mainly about teachers and public workers, was thus disseminated on 810 individuals from a list of more than 14,000 considered potentially subversive.

LCCN: 92-22592

GUIDE: 398, A Guide to the Microfilm Edition of Federal Bureau of Investigation Confidential Files. McCarthy Era Blacklisting.... A reel contents guide with an introduction on the history of the FBI program.

1. Political persecution--United States--History--20th century--Sources. 2. Teachers--United States--Crimes against--History--20th century--Sources.


Federal surveillance of Afro-Americans, 1917-1925 : The first world war, the Red Scare, and the Garvey movement / Theodore Kornweibel, editor. -- Frederick, Md. : University Publications of America, 1985. -- 25 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 86/100

Federal records that detail efforts of the Justice Department, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and its earlier organization, to target black Americans for harassment and persecution because of alleged or supposed Communistic or radical activities after World War I. Persons were suspect if they belonged to radical labor unions, the Universal Negro Improvement Association, or other radical organizations.

LCCN: 86-890936

GUIDE: 105-107, Federal Surveillance of Afro-Americans, 1917-1925. The First World War, the Red Scare, and the Garvey Movement.

1. United States. Department of Justice--Archives. 2. United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation--Archives. 3. Universal Negro Improvement Association--History--Sources. 4. Afro-Americans--Societies, etc.-- History--Sources. 5. Afro-Americans--Civil rights--History--Sources.


Files of the National Socialist Party Chancellery (Germany). See: Akten der Partei-Kanzlei der NSDAP : Rekonstruktion eines Verlorengegangenen Bestandes.


Firing line. -- No. 1-240. -- Saint Paul, Minn. : 3M Co., International Microfilm Press, 1971-1972. -- 241 microfiches : negative ; 11 x 15 cm.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 5058

A collection of transcripts of William F. Buckley's televised talk show. Guests include Michael Foot, Saul Alinsky, Betty Friedan, Zbigniew Brzezinski, and Rebecca West. Request by date or program number.

LCCN: 75-643531

GUIDE: 2, [Firing Line, 1966-1971]. Contains an alphabetical index of guests for programs 1-240; it also has a program list by date. The guide is also included, on microfiche, with the transcripts.

1. Interviewing in television.


The First World War, a documentary record. -- Calcot, Reading, Berkshire, England : Adam Matthew Publications, 1991-[1993]. -- [27] microfilm reels : ill.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 94/2112

Begins a continuing series that will make available to a wider audience the War Reserve Collection housed at Cambridge University. This vast collection was conceived by Francis Jenkinson in 1915 in order to preserve the cultural history of World War I, as found in personal reminiscences, trench publications, propaganda from both the Allied and German war efforts, as well as government and military records. Part 1 (7 reels) reproduces the card catalog index and manuscript listings for the entire collection. Part 2 (20 reels) covers a wide variety of newsletters, periodicals, broadsides, etc. produced by and for the troops in Europe and a few published war experiences. Future microfilm will encompass military operations 1915-1918; Russia, the Bolsheviks and the Eastern Front; peace and reconstruction; and the creation of the League of Nations.

LCCN: 92-953041

GUIDE: 328, The First World War: A Documentary Record. Series One: European War 1914-1919. Part 1: The Card Catalogue and Manuscript Listings. A Listing and Guide. Part 2: French Journals, Personal Narratives and Reminiscences Parts 1 and 2.

1. World War, 1914-1918--Sources. 2. World War, 1914-1918--Personal narratives. 3. World War, 1914-1918--Propaganda. 4. World War, 1914-1918--War work


Flugschriften des frühen 16. Jahrhunderts. Zug, Switzerland : Inter Documentation Co., 1978-1987. 1956 microfiches : ill.

LC Call Number: Microfiche (w) 97/360

A collection of approximately 5,000 sixteenth century pamphlets ("printed material used for agitation and/or propaganda") in German and Latin, printed between 1501 and 1530 within the Holy Roman Empire. The collection attempts to include all such pamphlets still in existence. Especially useful for students of the Reformation and the peasants' war. Continued by the microfiche collection entitled Flugschriften des späteren 16. Jahrhunderts.

LCCN: 97-216093

GUIDE: 454, Flugschriften des frühen 16. Jahrhunderts. Ten annual guides (1978-1987) indexing the microfiche issued that year by author, title, printer, place of printing, and date of printing. Hans-Joachim Köhler's Bibliographie der Flugschriften des 16. Jahrhunderts will, when completed, give detailed descriptions of the pamphlets covered in this microfiche set and its companion collection, along with a wide variety of indexes and an indication of library locations for copies of the pamphlets.

1. Reformation--Germany--Sources. 2. Germany--History--1517-1648--Pamphlets. 3. Germany--Civilization--16th century--Sources. 4. Europe--History--1492-1648--Sources. 5. Germany--History--1273-1517--Pamphlets.


Flugschriften des späteren 16. Jahrhunderts. Leiden, The Netherlands : Inter Documentation Co., 1990-[1998]. [1710 microfiches] : ill.

LC Call Number: Microfiche (w) 99/16 A collection, not yet complete as of this writing, of most of the pamphlets ("printed material used for agitation and/or propaganda") published in the German-speaking world between 1531 and 1600. The collection attempts to include all such pamphlets still in existence. Continues the microfiche collection entitled Flugschriften des frühen 16. Jahrhunderts. Subjects include the Reformation and other political, military, social, and religious conflicts of the period.

LCCN: 98-218619

GUIDE: 465, Flugschriften des späteren 16. Jahrhunderts. Annual guides (1990- ) indexing the microfiche issued that year by author, title, printer, place of printing, and date of printing. Hans-Joachim Köhler's Bibliographie der Flugschriften des 16. Jahrhunderts will, when completed, give detailed descriptions of the pamphlets covered in this microfiche set and its companion collection, along with a wide variety of indexes and an indication of library locations for copies of the pamphlets.

1. Reformation--Germany--Sources. 2. Germany--History--1517-1648--Pamphlets. 3. Germany--Civilization--16th century--Sources. 4. Europe--History--1492-1648--Sources.


Flugschriftensammlung Gustav Freytag. -- Munchen ; New York : K. G. Saur, 1980. -- 746 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 86/1042

Filmed from holdings of Stadt- und Universitatsbibliothek Frankfurt am Main.

Reproduces an extensive and systematic collection of 6,265 German pamphlets from the 15th through the 17th century arranged under twenty-four subject headings: I) superstition, prophecy, and advent calendars; II) atrocities, misfortunes, and wonders; III) swindlers, wanderers, robbers, and Jews; IV) popular medicine, sickness, doctors, and remedies; V) money and prices; VI) law, customs, and manners; VII) festivals and celebrations; VIII) kitchen and tavern; IX) craft, mechanical arts, and mining; X) schools, popular education, travel, and military expeditions; XI) newspapers and political news from Germany; XII) newspapers and political news from outside Germany; XIII) publications of the state and political parties; XIV) the Church before the Reformation, and the Jesuit brotherhood; XV) Luther; XVI) Huttites; XVII) reformers and opposition; XVIII) the people in beliefs, jokes, and wit; XIX) Humanists; XX) Erasmus; XXI) songs and verses; XXII) Hans Sachs; XXIII) the Thirty Years War (very extensive); and XXIV) pamphlets from later periods (1649 to 1817).

The pamphlets are mostly in German, with some in Latin and in Polish. NOTE: L.C. set incomplete: microfiches 483 and 656 wanting.

LCCN: 86-890737

GUIDE: Z2222.H7, Flugschriftensammlung Gustav Freytag, compiled by Paul Hohenemser. Also reproduced in the microfiche.

1. Germany--History--1517-1648--Pamphlets.


Foreign Broadcast Information Service daily reports. -- [Washington, D.C. : Foreign Broadcast Information Service], 1952- . -- [ ] v. 27 cm. -- Published in regional editions. Microfilm. [Arlington, Va.: FBIS, 1971?-1973]. -- 977 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. -- Microfiche. Arlington, Va. : FBIS, 1974- ] [ ] microfiches : negative; 11 x 15 cm.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 1010

LC Call Number: Microfilm 05125-05126; 05128-05131; 05144-05145

A collection of translations of the texts of news and commentary, in full or summary form, for all areas of the world, from 1941. The source of the texts is primarily foreign broadcasts and news agency transmissions, but sometimes periodicals or newspapers are translated for this series too. The coverage is not limited to major "newsworthy" events.

The reports are issued in series, by world area. The series have changed over the years; currently there are 8 daily report series (Asia & Pacific, Eastern Europe, Latin America, Middle East & Africa, People's Republic of China, Soviet Union, South Asia, and Western Europe), with a 9th (occasional) series, "Trends in Communist Media." Each report begins with a table of contents.

LCCN: (No Library of Congress Online Catalog entries)

GUIDE: 10, [U.S. Foreign Broadcast Information Service]. Lists microfilm numbers for series of Daily Reports from 1941 through March 1974. There is no index to reports for these years; film should be requested by date and series. From April 1974 forward, the reports were issued on microfiche. They are arranged by series and date, and filed in cabinets in the Microform Reading Room. Also, from April 1974 on, the tables of contents for each month were republished (but not cumulated) on a single microfiche. These tables of contents fiches are separately filed, in front of the reports themselves.

From the late 1970s to date, printed subject indexes have been published for each of the series. These are available in the Microform Reading Room.

The receipt of microfiche of the Daily Reports may lag several months. For the most current reports, readers should go to the Newspaper Reading Room, where the Daily Reports are kept in paper until microfiche is received.
-----Africa (Sub-Sahara). fiche (o) 90/6748. sf90-2226
-----China. fiche (o) 90/6753. sf90-92051
-----East Asia. fiche (o) 90/6747. sf90-92056


1. Radio broadcasting--Europe--Translations. 2. Radio broadcasting--Asia--Translations. 3. Radio broadcasting--Latin America--Translations. 4. Radio broadcasting--Soviet Union--Translations. 5. Radio broadcasting--Middle East--Translations.


Foreign gazetteers of the U.S. Board on Geographic Names. -- [California, MD : Congressional Information Service, c1987]-[1990]. -- [ca. 1400] microfiches : negative.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 94/2013

Contains more than 200 place name books for countries throughout the world, published from 1953 to 1989. Each entry gives a name, type of place or feature, latitude and longitude, country, and state or province, UTM grid coordinates, and Joint Operations Graphic map sheet numbers.

LCCN: 88-136463

GUIDE: 327, Foreign Gazetteers of the U.S. Board on Geographic Names. Guide to the Microfiche Collection.

1. Gazetteers.


Foreign Office Files For Japan and the Far East. Series One, Embassy and Consular Archives-- Japan (Public Record Office Class FO 262).-- Calcot, Reading, Berkshire, England : Adam Matthew Publications, 1991-[1996- ].-- [1-100, 107-188] microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 94/2126

These complete files of the British Embassy and Consular Archives in Japan are a valuable source for historians of Japan and the Far East since the beginning of the 20th century, as well as scholars of the Anglo-Japanese unique relationship. The collection provides information on many significant topics, such as the Pan Asiatic League, China, Siberia, and other questions involving the Far East. This collection is supplemented by Foreign Office Files For Japan and the Far East. Series Two, British Foreign Office Files For Post War Japan (Public Record Office Class FO 371), Microfilm 98/5, and Foreign Office Files For Japan and the Far East. Series Three, Embassy and Consular Archives--Japan (Post-1945) Public Record Office Class FO 262) : Detailed Correspondence For 1945-1957, Microfilm 97/1

Guide: 350a and 350b This provides a guide to parts one and two of the collection. The guide provides a reel index, additional background information major events, and a listing of British and Japanese ambassadors, ministers, and other officials for the years 1901-1960. Guide 350b provides a reel guide for parts 4-6. No guide for part 3 is currently available.

1. Japan--History--20th century--Sources. 2. Japan--Foreign relations--Great Britain--Sources. 3. Great Britain--Foreign relations--Japan--Sources. 4. Great Britain. Foreign Office--Archives.


Foreign Office Files for Japan and the Far East. Series Two, British Foreign Office Files for Post-War Japan (Public Record Office Class Fo 371) --Marlborough, Wiltshire, England : Adam Matthew Publications, 1998. -- 118 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 98/5

Using files recently opened by the British Government for research, this collection provides detailed information about the period of Japanese development as a major economic power from 1952, the end of Allied occupation, to the early 1960s. The collection supplements the collections Foreign Office Files For Japan and the Far East. Series One, Embassy and Consular Archives-- Japan (Public Record Office Class FO 262, Microfilm 94/2126, and Foreign Office Files for Japan and the Far East. Series Three, Embassy and Consular Archives--Japan (Post 1945) (Public Record Office Class FO 262) : Detailed Correspondence for 1945-1957, Microfilm 97/1.

LCCN: 98-164814

GUIDE: Not in LC.

1. Japan--History--20th century--Sources. 2. Japan--Foreign relations--Great Britain--Sources. 3. Great Britain--Foreign relations--Japan-- Sources. 4. Great Britain. Foreign Office--Archives. 5. Japan--Politics and government--1945- --Sources.


Foreign Office Files for Japan and the Far East. Series Three, Embassy and Consular Archives--Japan (Post 1945) (Public Record Office Class FO 262) : Detailed Correspondence for 1945-1957.--Marlborough, Wiltshire, England : Adam Matthew Publications, 1996. -- 7 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 97/1

This collection is a valuable resource for historians of modern Japan. The assessment of the British Ambassador and other embassy staff and the British perspective on topics such as General Douglas MacArthur, the Japanese Constitution, Japanese war criminals, and the Japanese economy are available through these files. This collection supplements: Foreign Office Files For Japan and the Far East. Series One, Embassy and Consular Archives--Japan (Public Record Office Class FO 262)., Microfilm 94/2126, and Foreign Office Files for Japan and the Far East. Series Two, British Foreign Office Files for Post-War Japan (Public Record Office Class Fo 371), Microfilm 98/5.

LCCN: 97114160

GUIDE: 443, Foreign Office Files for Japan and the Far East. Series Three, Embassy and Consular Archives--Japan (Post 1945) (Public Record Office Class FO 262) : Detailed Correspondence for 1945-1957: A Listing and Guide to the Microform Collection.

1. Great Britain. Foreign Office--Archives. 2. Great Britain--Foreign relations--Japan--Sources. 3. Japan--Foreign relations--Great Britain--Sources. 4. Great Britain--Foreign relations--1945- 5. Japan--Foreign relations--1945-1989.


Former members of Congress oral history collection. -- Sanford, N.C. : Microfilming Corporation of America, 1981. -- 113 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 82/100

Transcripts of eighty-one interviews, covering a period from the early 1930s to the mid-1970s. Among the interviewees are William Fulbright, Martha Griffiths, Gilbert Gude, Patsy Mink, and others.

LCCN: 82-175274

GUIDE: AI3.O7 No. 3, New York Times Oral History Program, No. 3, pp. 49-50.

1. Legislators--United States--Interviews.


The Fowler collection of early architectural books. -- New Haven, Conn. : Research Publications, [1978?]. -- 86 microfilm reels : ill. ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 49805

Based on Johns Hopkins University's Fowler Architectural Collection and subsequent additions to it. The collection includes rare primary source materials and other books by important architects from the end of the 15th through the end of the 18th century. In addition to works by such Italian Renaissance architects as Alberti, Vignola, Palladio, and Serlio, the collection contains works by English, French, and German architects. Also included are volumes of plates and blockprints of contemporary designs of buildings temples, tombs, and gardens.

LCCN: 84-209234

GUIDE: Z5945.J6 1982, The Fowler Architectural Collection of the Johns Hopkins University Catalogue, Guide to the Microfilm Collection. Annotated with reel numbers for convenient access. It has an index which includes authors, compiling editors, illustrators, printers, and publishers of the books filmed.

1. Architecture--Italy. 2. Architecture--England. 3. Architecture--France. 4. Architecture--Germany.


Francis Longe collection. -- Norfolk, (England) : [1815]. -- 325 v. -- Call number of original : PR 1241.L6 Rare Bk. -- Microfilm. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1981. -- 56 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 84624

A collection of 325 volumes of theatrical works published in England between 1607 and 1812, assembled by the Longe family Norfolk, England. The collection incudes original plays, theatrical adaptations, and translations credited to over 600 playwrights, as well as satires, musical dramas, pastorals, burlesques, masques, dramatic poems, etc.
LCCN: 82-211642

GUIDE: An index, consisting of Library of Congress catalog cards for each one of the items in the collection, was filmed at the beginning of reel one. The cards are arranged alphabetically by main entry. The volumes within the collection, and the plays within individual volumes, have no significant arrangement probably having been arranged by the collector according to size or order of acquisition. A set of the card index is kept by the shelflist in the Microform Processing unit.

1. Theater--England. 2. Drama--17th century. 3. Drama--18th century.


Franklin D. Roosevelt and foreign affairs. Second series, January 1937-August 1939. / edited by Donald B. Schewe (Franklin D. Roosevelt Library) ; foreword by Robert Dallek. -- New York : Clearwater Pub, c1979-c1983. -- 14 v.
Contents: v. 4. January-March 1937 -- v. 5. April-June 1937 -- v. 6. July-September 1937 -- v. 7. October-December 1937 -- v. 8. January-February 1938 -- v. 9. March-April 1938 -- v. 10. May-July 1938 --v. 11. August-October 1938 -- v. 12. November-December 1938 -- v. 13. January-February 1939 -- v. 14. March-April 1939 -- v. 15. May-June 1939 -- v. 16. July-August 1939 -- v. 17. Index.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 93/127

Reproduces White House papers in the collections of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park, N.Y., including messages to and from foreign governments, official reports of U.S. missions abroad, relevant excerpts from presidential press conferences, and many private communications. This work continues Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs [First Series] (E742.5 .R6 1969), which covers January 1933 to January 1937, and which appeared only in print format. This second series was published in both microfiche and print (E742.5 .R6 1979).

For a complete portrait of U.S. foreign policy in these years the collection is best used in conjunction with The Public Papers and Addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt (E806.R749) and with Foreign Relations of the United States (JX233.A3).

LCCN: 89-955799

GUIDE: Not in LC. Volume 17, in both print and microfiche editions, is an index to the first and second series.

1. Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945--Archives. 2. United States--Foreign relations-- 1933-1945--Sources. 3. World War, 1939-1945--Diplomatic History--Sources.


Franz Brentano posthumous philosophical work originals. -- [S.l. : s.n., c1959]. -- 34 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 6532

This collection consists of the papers of the German philosopher Franz Brentano (1838-1917). It includes his writings on philosophy, theology, psychology, ethics, metaphysics, Aristotle, aesthetics, and some correspondence. Material is in German.

LCCN: 83-140317

GUIDE: 32, [Index of the Manuscripts of Franz Clemens Brentano] (in German), (also on reel 1) is an index of titles arranged by subject categories. Request items with letter and number designations and reel numbers from the index.

1. Philosophy, German--19th century. 2. Brentano, Franz Clemens, 1838-1917--Correspondence.


Fred Harvey Company ledgers.--{Phoenix, Ariz. : Heard Museum Library and Archives, c1995} (Albuquerque, N.M. : Southwest Micropublishing, 1994). --272 microfiches : negative.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 97/7

Reproduces ledgers no. 6-19 of the Fred Harvey Company Indian Department in Albuquerque, N.M. from 1900-1965 which describe inventories of blankets, curio stands, and the Indian collection.

LCCN: 97-116688

GUIDE: 438, The Fred Harvey Company Ledgers.

1. Indians of North America--Southwest, New--Collectibles. 2. Indians of North America--Southwest,, New--Antiquities.


French national elections, 1830-48. -- [S.l.: s.n., 1970?]. -- 10 microfilm reels : negative ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 29606

Official, unofficial, and other lists of French males 24 years of age and older who met the property qualifications for the franchise for national elections. About 200,000 names are listed, with some biographical data on each (some or all of the following: name, address, occupation, date of birth). The microfilm contains electorial lists of some kind for 85 of the 86 departments. (The Meuse is missing.) Some lists are more nearly complete than others.

LCCN: 83-218712

GUIDE: 24, [French National Elections--1830-1848]. Presents the list by departments and indicates on which reel each list may be found.

1. Voting registers--France.


French Revolution research collection. -- Oxford ; New York : Pergamon Press ; [Boston, Mass. : distributed by G.K. Hall], c1989-[c1990]. -- (19,161 microfiches in 12 sections) : ill.

Contents: section 1. Newspapers / editor, Hugh Gough -- section 2. Memoirs and autobiographies / editor, Colin Lucas -- section 3. Basic printed collections / editor, Colin Lucas -- section 4. Bibliographical and research tools -- section 5. The Pre-revolutionary debate / editor, Jeremy Popkin -- section 6. Political themes / editor, Alison Patrick ... [et al.] -- section 7. Resistances to the Revolution / editors, Colin Lucas [and] Roger Dupuy -- section 8. Religion / editor, Timothy Tackett -- section 9. The reorganization of society / editors, Isser Woloch ... [et al.] -- section 10. The economy / editors, Colin Lucas ... [et al.] -- section 11. War and colonies / editors, Jean-Paul Bertaud ... [et al.] -- section 12. Culture / editor, James Leith..
LC Call Number: Microfiche 91/2095
Microfiche reproductions of 18th and 19th century primary and secondary sources relating to the French Revolution, issued 1783-1897. Sources were chosen by academics and microfilmed in cooperation with the Bibliotheque Nationale. Formats include published and unpublished documents: books, periodicals and newspapers, pamphlets, and manuscripts.

Although the finished project will include 7,861 microfiche, arranged by subject in twelve numbered sections, the Library of Congress has currently (12/94) only five of the twelve: (1) Newspapers; (2) Memoirs and autobiographies; (3) Basic printed collections; (5) the Pre-Revolutionary Debate; and (8) Religion. Each section will be accompanied by a guide written by an academic in the field of French Revolutionary Studies. Guides include scope, selection guidelines, arrangement of each fiche, bibliographic descriptions, and indexes.

LCCN: 91-953320

GUIDE: 281, (incomplete), The French Revolution Research Collection. Section 3: Basic Printed Collections. Section 8: Religion. La Religion. The guides have parallel text in English and French. As of this writing, the Library of Congress has two of the guides: Basic Printed Collections and Religion. A general index to the research collection is planned, but also has not yet been received by the Library.

1. France--History--Revolution, 1789-1799--Sources. 2. France--History--Revolution, 1789-1799--Pictorial works.


Frick Art Reference Library sales catalogue index / the Frick Art Reference Library. -- Boston, Mass : G.K. Hall Micropublications, c1992. -- 230 microfiches : negative.
Contents: Chronological (date of sale) (70 fiches) -- Auction houses (place of sale) (70 fiches) -- Collections (90 fiches).

LC Call Number: Microfiche 93/31

Includes references to more than 60,000 sales catalogs from 1628 to June 20, 1991. All of the major auction houses are comprehensively represented along with many smaller houses from Europe and the U.S. Two thousand of the references are to catalogs that exist only in the U.S. The index is divided into three sections: a chronological listing by date of sale; an alphabetical listing by auction house; and a listing by collection and, in some cases, artist.

LCCN: 93-630196

GUIDE: 315, A Guide to the Frick Art Reference Library Sales Catalog. Index.

1. Art auctions--Catalogs--Bibliography--Catalogs.


Friends House Library digest registers of births, marriages, and burials for England and Wales, 17th c.-1837. -- London : World Microfilms Publications, 1989. -- 32 microfilm reels : maps.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 94/2114

Handwritten vital records of the Society of Friends, or Quakers, dating from 1575 to 1857 from 26 regional districts, called Quarterly Meetings, in England and Wales. Besides the dates for births, marriages, deaths, and burials, the information identifies the places where the member was born, lived, attended monthly meetings, and was buried, as well as the age and occupation.

The records are arranged by the area of the Quarterly Meeting, and thereafter alphabetically by surnames of individuals--infants, mothers, fathers, husbands, wives, and deceased.

LCCN: 93-629508

GUIDE: 329, Quaker Digest Registers of Births, Marriages, and Burials for England and Wales, c. 1650-1837. 1. Quakers--England--Genealogy. 2. Quakers--Wales--Genealogy. 3. Church records and registers--England. 4. Church records and registers--Wales. 5. England--Genealogy. 6. Wales--Genealogy. 7. Society of Friends, London Yearly Meeting--Registers.


From the archives of Hildifons Took, formerly of Tuckborough : a collection of publications by fans and students of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien / from Sumner Gary Hunnewell. -- [Milwaulkee, Wis.] : Marquette University, Memorial Library, Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives, [1988?].

LC Call Number: Microfilm 94/2113

An international assemblage of selected issues of J.R.R. Tolkien fanzines and newsletters, issued independently or by organizations, with bibliographic notes and publishing history provided for each.

LCCN: 93-630352

GUIDE: Not in LC.


Frsten-Postkarten : Sammlung Frhsorge = Postcards of the Aristocracy : The Frhsorge Collection / [zusammengestellt von Christoph Behrens und Gotthardt Frhsorge]. -- Mnchen ; New York : K.G. Saur, [1989]. -- 86 microfiches : all ill. (some col.).

LC Call Number: Microfiche 93/37

A collection of approximately 5,000 European, Russian, and English postcards from 1890 to the 1980s. The dominant pictorial theme is royalty, with formal poses in royal dress or casual portrayals in both black and white and color. Also included are postcards with reproductions of stamps, music, coats of arms, and other nationalistic motifs.

LCCN: 93-630101

GUIDE: NC1878.R68 F87 1989, Fursten-postkarten: Sammlung Fruhsorge zusammen Gestellt von Christoph Behrens und Gotthardt Fruhsorge. Kommentar und Registerband zur Microfiche-Ausgabe. In German. Provides name and dynasty indexes.

1. Royal houses--portraits. 2. Postcards--Europe. 3. Postcards--private collections--Germany. 4. Frhsorge, Gotthardt--art collections.

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