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Radical periodicals of Great Britain, 1794-1950. -- Westport, Conn. : Greenwood, 1976. -- 1128 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 5063

The Library has only eighteen of thirty-seven titles from the first section of this collection, published between 1794 and 1845 in London, Leeds, Manchester, the Isle of Man, and Glasgow. These short-lived journals, produced by Jacobins, Republicans, Owenites, and Chartists, provide accounts of protests and marches, reproduce speeches and manifestos, and describe living and working conditions in Britain during the Industrial Revolution. Request by title and date of journal.

LCCN: 83-152881

GUIDE: 7, [Radical Periodicals Collections]. A title checklist.

1. Radicalism--Great Britain--Periodicals. 2. Jacobins--Periodicals. 3. Great Britain--Politics and government--1789-1820--Periodicals.

Radio Free Europe-Radio Liberty : publications on microfiche / editor, William F. Robinson. -- Zug, Switzerland : Inter Documentation Company, 1982-<1988>. --<3833> microfiches.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 90/7001

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Inc. is an independent radio service that has broadcast programs primarily to Eastern Europe and territories of the former Soviet Union since 1950. Its research center has published ongoing news reports and analysis, as well as background information on economic, cultural, and political developments in the region since 1957. Major categories of publications in this collection include: biweekly, monthly, or irregular situation reports; background reports; media surveys, providing translations of important foreign press articles; and special publications. The reports included were produced from 1957 to 1988. More recent reports received by the Library of Congress, beginning with portions of 1988, may be requested using separate microfiche numbers as noted in the guide. NOTE: Thus far (1/95) the Library's holdings of updates extend only through 1989 and do not update the entire collection.

LCCN: 90-956041

GUIDE: 231, Radio Free Europe-Radio Liberty: Publications on Microfiche. Lists series titles, subseries titles (often referring to the country or region in question), and range of dates covered by reports.

1. Radio Free Europe. 2. Radio Liberty (Munich, Germany)

Recessions, depressions, and economic panics in American history : collection of sources. -- Arlington, Va. : University Publications of America, 1975. -- 7 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/249

A collection of reports, pamphlets, speeches, congressional documents, conference proceedings, articles, etc., from the early 1800s through the 1970s, dealing with economic disturbances in American history, and including such topics as unemployment, the bullion controversies, interest rates, free trade, the Bank of the United States, inflation, and government spending.

LCCN: 88-890249

GUIDE: 105-135, A Guide to Recessions, Depressions, and Economic Panics in American History: Collection of Sources.

1. Business cycles--United States--History--Sources.

Records of the Cuban consulate, Key West, Florida, 1886-1961. -- Austin, Tex. : Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, 1983. -- 63 microfilm reels.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 97/2

Contains microfilm copies of records of the Cuban Consulate, in Key West, Florida, which includes 120 boxes of documents, 24 bound registers, and 85 printed titles. The records represent an important collection of materials that contribute to an increased understanding of the history of Key West's Cuban-American population, the commercial history of south Florida and Cuba, Cuban diplomatic history, and United States-Cuban relations in general. The materials are organized into six sections: Section 1, Despachos de Buques y Aviones; Section 2: Correspondencia; Section 3, Diligencias Consulares; Section 4, Archivo Consular; Section 5, Prácticas Consulares; and Section 6, Miscelánea.

LCCN: 97117901

Guide: 442, Inventory of the Records of the Cuban Consulate, Key West, Florida, 1886-1961, on Microfilm.

1. Diplomatic and consular service, Cuban--Florida--Key West--History--Sources. 2. Cuba--Relations--Florida--Sources.

Records of the Federal Trade Commission. -- Frederick, Md. : University Publications of America, 1985. -- 98 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. Contents: Part 1: Minutes of the meetings of the Commission; Series A, 1915-1932; Series B, 1933-1940; Series C, 1941-1949. Part 2: Series A, The petroleum industry.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/172

Created by the Federal Trade Commission Act of 1914, the FTC was given wide-ranging authority to combat unfair methods of competition in business. This collection was filmed from the holdings of the Federal Record Center and includes agency working documents and detailed records of the FTC investigation of the petroleum industry.

LCCN: 88-893854

GUIDE: 105-168a-d, A Guide to the Microfilm Edition of Records of the Federal Trade Commission. [Guides for parts c and d not located, 3/95].

1. United States. Federal Trade Commission--Archives. 2. Trade Regulation--United States--History--Sources.

Records of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. -- Frederick, Md. : University Publications of America, 1982. -- 120 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. Contents: Part 1, 1942-45: strategic issues; meetings; the European theater; the Pacific theater; the Soviet Union. Part 2, 1946-53: Europe and NATO; the United States; the Soviet Union; the Middle East; the Far East; strategic issues; meetings.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 85/4551

A vast collection of documents that includes operational reports, research and development estimates, contingency combat plans, and policy studies compiled for the President. These studies often became the basis for formulating military and foreign policies of the U.S. Part I of this collection focuses on World War II with numerous studies on combat strengths, strategic deployment, military planning, and official reports from Supreme Allied Headquarters. Part II, 1946-1953, covers the Korean War and Cold War with reports on virtually all areas of the world and on such topics as NATO, psychological warfare, and the arms race.

LCCN: 85-892999

GUIDE: 105-31a-m, A Guide to Records of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. There are thirteen individual guides to this collection; each guide has a detailed reel and frame index including document titles and dates. The subject indexes are short, listing only major subjects covered.

1. United States. Joint Chiefs of Staff--Archives. 2. United States--Military policy--History--Sources.

Records of the states of the United States of America : a microfilm compilation / prepared by the Library of Congress in association with the University of North Carolina ; collected and edited under the direction of William Sumner Jenkins. -- Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1949. -- 1871 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 1550 and 1551

Consists of nearly 1,871 reels of microfilm of primary source materials from American states, colonies and territories from colonial times (the earliest records obtainable) to terminal dates that vary depending on the geographic unit and the availability of the material. There are six main classes of material: legislative records, statutory laws, constitutional records, administrative records, executive records, and court records. The supplement also includes local records (county and city), records of American Indian nations, a few runs of newspapers, broadsides, some colonial census reports, and miscellaneous materials. The legislative records form the largest category and they include journals, debates, reports, hearings, proceedings, papers, codes and compilations of laws, and a miscellany of materials. Reels should be requested by state, letter designation, and reel number (e.g., South Carolina, A1a, reel 4).

LCCN: 84-134641

GUIDE: Z1223.5.A1 U47, A Guide to the Microfilm Collection of Early State Records, and its Supplement, Z1223.5.A1 U47.

1. United States--Politics and government--To 1775--Sources. 2. United States--Politics and government--1775-1783--Sources. 3. United States--Politics and government--1783-1789--Sources. 4. United States--Politics and government--1789-1809--Sources. 5. United States--Politics and government--19th century--Sources.

Records of the Subversive Activities Control Board, 1950-1972 / introduction by Ellen Schrecker. -- Frederick, MD : University Publications of America, c1988. -- 102 microfilm reels.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 90/8018

Documents reproduced from the holdings of the National Archives and Records Service. The collection is divided into Part I: Communist Party USA and Part II: Communist-Action and Communist-Front Organizations. The editor selected for inclusion those series of SACB's documents that contain historical information on the CPUSA and the Action and Front Organizations. Included are digests and indices of witnesses' testimony and exhibits, case indices, biographies of witnesses, SACB reports and orders, and transcripts of hearings. The filmed records do not cover the board's administrative files, which are available at the Archives. This collection is a major and rich source of information about the entire Communist movement in the United States and also about the activities of the FBI during this period.

LCCN: 88-33787

GUIDE: 105-231, A Guide to the Microfilm Edition of Research Collections in American Radicalism. Records of the Subversive Activities Control Board, 1950-1972. Lists the contents of each reel and has a cumulative respondent index and a cumulative witness index.

1. Communist Party of the United States of America--History--Sources. 2. Communism--United States--History-- Sources. 3. Radicalism--United States--History--Sources. 4. United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation. 5. United States. Subversive Activities Control Board--Archives.

Records of the Women's Bureau of the Department of Labor, 1918-1965 / Judith Sealander, advisory editor ; edited by Dale Grinder. -- Frederick, Md. : University Publications of America, 1987-. -- <23> microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

Contents: Part 1, Reports of the director, annual summaries, major conferences, speeches, and articles.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/179

The Women's Bureau was mandated to investigate the conditions of women workers from 1918 to 1965. The records, from the collections of the National Archives, show the connections between women's organizations, reform organizations, and the federal government. The Monthly Reports of the Director (1918-1948) summarize the bureau's activities of the preceding month, especially in the areas of lobbying and legislative consulting. The conference reports (1918-1965) cover 65 conferences sponsored by the bureau on topics that include: women and labor unions, family life, day care, women and the war industry, and the ERA in the 1920s.

LCCN: 87-6239

GUIDE: 105-165, Records of the Women's Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor, 1918-1965. Part 1--Reports of the Director Annual Summaries, Major Conferences, Speeches and Articles. Contains a subject index.

1. United States. Department of Labor. Women's Bureau--Archives. 2. Women--United States--Employment-- History--Sources.

Records of the Worshipful Company of Stationers, 1554-1920 / editor, Robin Myers. Cambridge, UK ; Teaneck, NJ, USA : Chadwyck-Healey, 1985. 115 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 95/4333

This collection provides microfilm access to all the existing records from the archive of the Worshipful Company of Stationers, the guild for the printing and publishing industry in England, from 1554, three years before the royal charter of incorporation and the first grant of arms was made, to 1920.

LCCN: 94628511

GUIDE: Z329.M94 1990, The Stationers' Company Archive, 1554-1984: An Account of the Records. The guide provides a general index and listing of reel contents.

1. Stationers' Company (London, England)--Archives. 2. Publishers and publishing--England--London--History--Sources. 3. Printing--England--London--History--Sources.

Red Bank Public Library historical photographs collection. -- Bethlehem, PA : Microfilmed for the Red Bank Public Library by Reservation Resources, [1994]. -- 1 microfilm reel ; all ill. ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 95/4347

This microfilm consists of 654 photographic images, mostly portraits and groups of people, which depict a wide variety of subjects in and about Red Bank, New Jersey between the years 1870 and 1970. Some of the accompanying captions provide biographical information about people in the pictures. The collection is cataloged on OCLC and can be requested through interlibrary loan. Reproductions of photographs can also be made by contacting the Red Bank Public Library.

LCCN: 95-953357

GUIDE: An index of people and subjects precedes the photographs.

1. Red Bank (N.J.)--History--Pictorial Works. 2. Red Bank (N.J.)--Social life and customs--Pictorial works. 3. Red Bank Public Library--Photograph collections.

Reformed Protestantism : sources of the 16th and 17th centuries on microfiche / Fritz Busser, editor. -- Zug,

LC Call Number: Microfiche 88/200

Sections 1 and 2 not received. Section 3: the Reformation in the Netherlands and Germany. NOTE: This collection has been missing since 6/89. Includes the most important publications of Dutch and German Reformed Protestant theologians of the 16th and 17th centuries. This collection is one in a series on Reformed Protestantism. Printed and unprinted materials are included and often both Latin and vernacular editions of works are filmed. Along with these original works, this collection includes serials and newspapers related to Reformed Protestantism spanning the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. The depth and range of this collection not only provides a good picture of the Reformed Protestant movement in Germany and the Netherlands in the 16th and 17th centuries but through newspaper and serial publications also gives an idea of the thoughts of those who came after.

LCCN: 88-890635

GUIDE: 139, Reformed Protestatism. Parts 1, 3, and a supplement currently available. Consists of a publisher's catalog with list of titles filmed.

1. Reformed Church--Germany--History--Sources. 2. Reformed Church--Netherlands--History--Sources.

Religion pamphlet collection, 1803-1933 -- Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program : Available from Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1998-1999. 52 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call No.: Microfilm 97/6081

A collection of pamphlets, tracts, catechisms, hand-outs, sermons, articles, dissertations, liturgies, hymns, and booklets, most of which were published in the 19th and early 20th centuries. These are primarily in English, with some in German and other languages. These items were originally part of a larger collection known as the YA Pamphlet Collection in the custody and service of the Library of Congress Rare Book and Special Collections Division.

LCCN: 97-214556

GUIDE: 508. Includes a reel index (Guide to Contents) and three indexes on the first reel which provide access to items by title, author, and YA pamphlet number. Accompanied by a supplementary reel (numbered reel 52) containing 21 pamphlets arranged in alphabetical order, by title, with an index.

1. Christian sects--History--19th century--Sources. 2. Christian sects--History--20th century--Sources. 3. Christianity--19th century--Sources. 4. Christianity--20th century--Sources.

The reminiscences of Henry Agard Wallace. -- Glen Rock, N.J. : Microfilming Corp. of America, 1977. -- 2 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. -- (Columbia University oral history collection)

LC Call Number: Microfilm 49523

Over 5,000 pages of transcribed telephone and personal interviews with Wallace, who reminisced on the years from 1888 to 1953. Wallace spoke extensively on many topics, including his childhood, his work in agriculture and in the New Deal administration under Roosevelt, his years as vice-president, his views on foreign relations, his work under Truman and his role in the Progressive Party. The interviews are arranged chronologically by period. NOTE: the Manuscript Reading Room has extensive holdings of Wallace's correspondence and memoranda. For a guide to their holdings, see The Wallace Papers: An Index to the Microfilm Editions of the Henry A. Wallace Papers in the University of Iowa Libraries, the Library of Congress, and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Z6616.W239 R63 MSS and also in general stacks.

LCCN: 76-12534

GUIDE: Z1361.C6 M53 1979, pt. 3, no. 40, Columbia University Oral History Collection. An index to the interviews for 1888-1951 appears on pp. 5,198-5,330; an index to the Appendix, covering 1952-1953, is on pp. 5,667-5,670. Also see the table of contents for general chronological arrangement of material.

1. Wallace, Henry Agard, 1888-1965--Diaries. 2. United States--Politics and government--1933-1945. 3. United States--Politics and government--1945-1953.

Report of the grand jury concerning the investigation conducted into the Fairbanks consolidated state office lease with the Fifth Avenue Center. -- [Juneau, Alaska : s.n, 1985]. -- 2 microfiches : negative, ill.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 93/458

For description, see title Fairbanks state office lease.

LCCN: 86-620702

Reports and summary proceedings of the International Monetary Fund, 1946-1974. -- Arlington, Va. : University Publications of America, 197-?-- 6 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/185

Contains information and data on major national and international financial and economic indicators such as GNP's, trade and monetary reserves, credit and exchange rates, and the IMF's own interventions and policies.

LCCN: 88-893914

GUIDE: Not in LC.

1. Economic indicators. 2. Monetary policy. 3. International Monetary Fund.

Reports and summary proceedings of the World Bank, 1946-1974. -- Arlington, Va. : University Publications of America, [197-?]. -- 4 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/184

Annual reports and summary proceedings of the meetings of the Board of Governors of the World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development) through 1974. Also included are related documents from the Bank's affiliates, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the International Development Association (IDA). These documents provide details on the economic and social condition of countries which have received loans from the World Bank as well as information on Bank sponsored research in agriculture, transportation, and communication systems, and the distribution of natural resources in its role as the source of technical and financial assistance to developing nations. In addition to a summary of the Bank's yearly activities and detailed financial statements, the annual reports include appendices containing such information as lists of the Governors, Executive Directors, Principal Officers of the Bank, and Staff Standing Committees. The proceedings include full or partial text of statements of the Governors relating to the Bank, IFC, and the IDA, as well as the text of the resolutions adopted by the Bank and its affiliates.

LCCN: 88-893913

GUIDE: Not in LC.

1. Developing countries--economic conditions. 2. International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. 3. World Bank. 4. International Development Association. 5. International Finance Corporation. 6. Economic assistance--Developing countries.

Reports of explorations printed in the documents of the United States government. -- New Haven, Conn. : Research Publications, 1971. -- 72 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 85/409

Based on the 1899 bibliography of the same title by Adelaide R. Hasse (Z1236.H354), this collection consists of 554 reports conducted by a variety of U.S. agencies up to 1899, concerning the flora, fauna, weather, geography, and anthropology of the vast regions acquired by the U.S. in the 19th century. The collection is complemented by maps in the collection of the Library of Congress' Geography and Map Division.

LCCN: 86-890023

GUIDE: 61, Index to the Microfilm Edition Reports of Explorations Printed in the Documents of the United States Government. Hasse's bibliography has been reprinted, and annotated with reel and item numbers referring to the reports on microfilm.

1. Scientific expeditions--United States. 2. Geological surveys--United States. 3. United States--Exploring expeditions.

Reports of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, confidential files, re, Palestine, 1944-1946. -- Wilmington, Del : Scholarly Resources, c1987. -- 12 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/193

Records of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry (AACI), formed in 1945, to study problems of Jewish Holocaust survivors and issues surrounding their resettlement in Palestine. Documents and Committee recommendations center on the effect of Jewish immigration and resettlement on the political, economic, and social conditions in Palestine, and the likelihood of alleviating survivors' difficulties by repatriation or resettlement in Palestine and other non-European countries.

LCCN: 87-12995

GUIDE: 140, Guide to the Scholarly Resources Microfilm Edition of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, 1944-1946.

1. Holocaust survivors. 2. Jewish-Arab relations--1917-1949. 3. Palestine--Politics and government--1917-1948. 4. Palestine-- Emigration and immigration. 5. United States. Department of State--Archives.

Reports of the Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes. -- Arlington, VA : University Publications of America, [c1975]. -- 3 microfilm reels.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/240

Brings together the annual reports from 1894 to 1920 and special documents relating to the division of tribal lands among individuals of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole tribes. The commission, popularly known as the Dawes Commission, generated numerous documents, including legal decisions, samples of census rolls, genealogical charts, allotment maps, and slave ownership ledgers, along with correspondence from tribal officials and Indian freedmen's groups, congressional investigative hearings, and descriptions of reservation conditions. The reports, especially the first, also provide descriptions of the tumultuous state of affairs within what was Indian Territory.

LCCN: 88-890240

GUIDE: 105-21, A Guide to...Reports of the Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes.

1. Five Civilized Tribes--Land tenure. 2. Five Civilized Tribes--Government relations.

Reports of the General Board, United States Forces, European Theater : an analysis of U.S. military activities in Europe, 1944-45. -- Wilmington, Del : Scholarly Resources, 1985. -- 7 microfilm reels.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 90/8026

The General Board of the U.S. Forces was created in June 1945 by Gen. Dwight Eisenhower and charged with preparing a factual analysis of the strategy, tactics, and administration employed by U.S. forces in the European Theater. Eisenhower's intent was to capture the larger lessons of the campaign while the documenting records were intact and memories were fresh. This collection includes 131 reports with more than 8,000 pages, dealing with all staff sections and services. These reports provide an evaluation of how virtually every aspect of the U.S. military functioned during the war. This collection is useful for understanding how experiences in World War II influenced the postwar development of the U.S. Military. Includes a numerical and staff section index and subject index.

LCCN: 90-956364

GUIDE: 185, Guide to Reports of the General Board, United States Forces, European Theater. An Analysis of the U.S. Military Activities in Europe, 1944-45.

1. World War, 1939-1945--campaigns--Western.

Reproductions of manuscripts and rare printed books. -- Modern Language Association, [192-?1950?] ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service [distributor]. -- < > microfilm reels ; 35 mm. + < > albums (photoprints; size varies).

LC Call Number: Microfilm 01000

Selected manuscripts and early printed books (9th-19th centuries) from archives and libraries in Europe and America. There are prose literary works, poetry, dramas, comedias, personal letters, music, sermons, fables, philosophical treatises, etc. Among the many authors represented are Lope de Vega, Shakespeare, Tasso, Mary Shelley, Marco Polo, Boccaccio, Ovid, Voltaire, Quevedo, Wycliffe, Chaucer, Rabelais, Juliana of Norwich, Plato, Boethius, and Rojar Zorrelas. Materials are in Latin, Spanish, English, Italian, French, German, and other languages. Some of the reproductions are in microfilm only, others are rotographs (photographic prints, usually negative, mounted on pages in bound volumes), and some are available in both formats.

LCCN: 84-221080

GUIDE: Published in PB6.M6, v. 65, Publications of the Modern Language Association v. 65, April 1950, p. 289-338.

1. Manuscripts, European--Facsimiles. 2. Rare books--Europe--Facsimiles. 3. Incunabula--Europe--Facsimiles.

Republic of Turkey. -- [Bethesda, Md.] : University Publications of America, [1988?]. -- 1354 microfiches : negative, ill.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 93/128

A selection of publications issued by or for agencies of the United States Government from 1919-1986. Included are Congressional Hearings, excerpts from the Congressional Record, General Accounting Office reports, articles from Government serials, Joint Publications Research Service translations, National Technical Information Service documents, and Rand reports. Although most of this material is available elsewhere in the Library and researchers will undoubtedly want to use other, non-governmental sources, this collection is an invaluable resource for the study of U.S.-Turkish relations.

LCCN: 93-629256

GUIDE: Z6465.U5 W56 1988, Diplomatic Records. A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications. An annotated bibliography produced by the Library's African and Middle Eastern Division in 1988.

1. United States--Relations--Turkey--Sources. 2. Turkey--Relations--United States--Sources. 3. Turkey--Foreign public opinion, American--History--Sources. 4. Turkey-- History--20th century--Sources.

Republican Party national conventions proceedings. -- Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1958- . -- < > microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 6409

Proceedings for 1856-1960 of the Republican National Conventions, providing gavel to gavel coverage of the conventions, 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.

LCCN: 84-133564

GUIDE: Not in LC. Related reference works: (1) National Party Conventions, 1831-1976, JK2255.C66 1979; (2) A Guide to Political Platforms, JK2261.C48 1977.

1. Republican National Convention.

Research abstracts. -- Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1973? -- <> microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm (o) 86/120

This is a collection of "highly specialized pre- and post-doctoral research monographs and reports" that are of interest to small and specialized audiences, and which, because of their limited appeal, might otherwise not be published. Although the collection began in 1973, Library of Congress holdings are incomplete especially prior to 1982 (during that period the Library received only those monographs that were deposited in the Copyright Office). From 1982 on, the Library has most of the collection represented in the collection guides.

(No Library of Congress Online Catalog entry)

GUIDE: AS36.X4415, Research Abstracts. A quarterly publication and a continuation of Monograph Abstracts. Every issue of Research Abstracts has a table of contents, cumulative author and subject indexes, and a list of abstracts. The items should be requested by LD number, listed at the end of each abstract. However, for most of the early research papers acquired by the Library prior to LD 504, patrons should search the Microform Reading Room card catalog or computer by author or title to find whether it is owned by the Library.

1. Research.

Reunion documents. -- Talence, France : Centre Nationale de Documentation des Departements d'Outremer, Centre d'Etudes de Geographie tropicale du C.N.R.S., Domaine Universitaire de Bordeaux, [197-]- . -- < > microfiches : negative ; 11 x 15 cm.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 5141

A collection of documents published under the auspices of CENADDOM relating to Reunion. The collection includes reports, statistics, papers, official publications, proposals, studies, etc. Authors of these documents include individuals, Reunion government agencies, and other corporate bodies. The collection covers a variety of fields, including employment, economic plans, budgets, social problems, and literacy, during the 1960s and 1970s.

(No Library of Congress Online Catalog entry)

GUIDE: See various issues of Bulletin d'Information.

1. Reunion.

Revolutionary War orderly books at the Massachusetts Historical Society. -- Boston, Mass : Massachusetts Historical Society, c1991. -- 6 microfilm reels

LC Call Number: Microfilm 92/3

Orderly books, or order books, from manuscript holdings of the Massachusetts Historical Society not previously microfilmed. They include books for regiments in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Rhode Island; some Continental Army artillery and miscellaneous artillery regiments; some British Army regiments and Marine units. There is no uniformity of content. They cover a variety of general orders pertaining to duty assignments such as building housing for troops; watch schedules; deployment or provisioning troops; preparations for battle; issuing permits; buying stores, and cleaning barracks; precautions against enemy attack; and instructions for sentinels and guards. Some books have rosters; receipts for clothing and pay; lists of deaths and deserters, casualties, commendations, furloughs, and discharges.

LCCN: 92-955959

GUIDE: 289, Revolutionary War Orderly Books at the Massachusetts Historical Society: Guide to the Microfiche Edition. Accompanied by printed reel guide sponsored by the Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati. Guide also reproduced on first reel. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

1. United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783--Sources. 2. United States--Armed Forces--Order-books.

Rhodesia and Nyasaland, political ephemera, 1956-1963. -- [Boston : Center for African Studies, 1964?]. -- 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 23945

A collection of documents including notes, letters, reports, addresses, and press releases, relating to political and economic developments in Zambia and Malawi between 1956 and 1963. This was a period of transition from colonial status to independence during which the two countries made up the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland.

LCCN: 84-140567

GUIDE: Not in LC. See table of contents at beginning of reel.

1. Zambia--Politics and government--To 1964. 2. Malawi--Politics and government.

RIBA nomination papers, 1834-1900, in the British Architectural Library. [Haslemere, Eng.] : Emmett Publishing, c1992. 119 microfiches. -- [Boston : Center for African Studies, 1964?]. -- 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 95/4271

Nomination papers are the forms submitted by architects who have been elected to membership in the Royal Institute of British Architects. These papers contain information on the education and early career of the architects. For the time period covered by this collection there is information on over 2500 architects. Of this number about two-thirds were elected to the Associateship and one-third to the Fellowship. Also, some eminent foreign architects were elected as honorary members. There are two gaps in the collection: Associates elected between November 1842 and December 1856 and Fellows elected between April 1857 and December 1865.

LCCN: 95142488

GUIDE: 417. The volumes containing the nomination papers were arranged chronologically by election date and were filmed in numerical order. The guide provides an alphabetical list of members. Each entry supplies the volume and page number of the nomination paper as well as the fiche and frame number.

1. Royal Institute of British Architects--Archives. 2. Architects--Great Britain--Biography. 3. Architecture--Great Britain--History--19th century--Sources.

Richard M. Nixon oral history collection : sections I-IX. -- Glen Rock, N.J. : Microfilming Corp. of America, 1978. -- 2 microfilm reels : ill., ports. ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 49527

One hundred eighty-three interviews with Nixon family members and friends between 1969 and 1972. Some photographs are included. Each interview is separately indexed. The interviews provide details about: Nixon's parents; his school years, especially in Whittier; his early political activity; and his feelings about Quakerism and his wife, Pat Ryan Nixon.

Request by reel number.

LCCN: 82-215541

GUIDE: AI3.O7 no. 2, The New York Times Oral History Program, Oral History Guide No. 2, pp. 91-94. Lists general subjects (not memoirist).

1. Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-. 2. Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913- -- Friends and associates--Interviews. 3. Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhouse), 1913- --Family--Interviews.

The Richmond index to the genera and species of birds. -- [Washington, DC] [Boston, Mass.] : National Museum of Natural History, Division of Birds, Smithsonian Institution; G.K. Hall Micropublications, c1992. -- 108 microfiches : negative. Contents: Genus catalog (fiches 1-20); Species catalog (fiches 21-107); Errata fiche (fiche [108]).

LC Call Number: Microfiche 93/10

A catalog of 70,000 entries begun by Charles Wallace Richmond in 1897 while he was Assistant Curator of Birds at what is now the Smithsonian's Museum of Natural History. Over a period of forty years Richmond compiled an alphabetical list of all published scientific names of the genera, species, and subspecies of birds, with bibliographical references to the sources in which the names were published.

LCCN: 93-630012

GUIDE: 298, The Richmond Index to the Genera and Species of Birds. Guide to the Microfiche. Gives a brief history of Richmond's compilation and provides separate genus and species catalogs.

1. Birds--Nomenclature.

Riefenstahl, Leni. See: Leni Riefenstahl's Triumph of the Will

The Right wing collection of the University of Iowa libraries. -- Glen Rock, N.J. : Microfilming Corp. of America, 1977. -- 177 microfilm reels : ill. ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 51562

Contains serials and ephemera covering the period 1918-1977 from right-wing collections at several universities. The ideological orientation of the serials is indicated in each entry by one or more of the following terms: Anglo-Israelite, anti-black, anti- communist, anti-fluoridation, anti-Semitic, Christian fundamentalist, conservative, and libertarian. A paragraph at the end of each entry describes the issuing body (e.g., Ku Klux Klan, National Socialist White People's Party) and its basic doctrines. Ephemera (correspondence, broadsides, leaflets, pamphlets, cartoons) are described less fully, but subject orientation is indicated. A subject index, geographical index, and chronological index allow searches by subject, by state (Canada is included but not indexed by province) and by year.

LCCN: 84-114404

GUIDE: Z7163.I7 1978, Right wing Collection of the University of Iowa Libraries 1918-1977: A Guide to the Microfilm Collection. Lists contents by title and by reel.

1. Radicalism--United States--Periodicals. Anti-communist movements--United States--Periodicals. 3. Antisemitism--United States--Periodicals. 4. Racism--United States--Periodicals.

Ronsard, Pierre de. See: Paul Laumonier collection...

Roster of California pioneers [genealogy list] / compiled by Native Daughters of the Golden West. -- Palo Alto, Calif : Bay Microfilm, 1985. -- 22 microfilm reels.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 86/233

Genealogical information about more than 32,000 individuals who entered California or who were born in California prior to and including 1869. Information for each pioneer may include such information as full name, place and date of birth, date of arrival, places of residence in California, occupation, children's names, date and place of death, and name of the person supplying the information. Request by volume number.

LCCN: 86-893523

GUIDE: 207, Index to Roster of California Pioneers (also F860.R743 I53 1985 LH&G). An alphabetical list of California pioneers with references to volume and page numbers where the genealogical information can be found.

1. California--Genealogy. 2. Registers of births, etc.--California.

Rothenburg Judenackten. -- Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1962. -- 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 7659

A collection of 485 manuscripts of the Jewish community of Rothenburg, Germany, dating from 1347-1599. Filmed from holdings of Rothenburg Municipal Library.

LCCN: 87-890171

GUIDE: Not in LC.

1. Jews--Germany--Rothenburg--Sources. 2. Manuscripts, Medieval--Germany.

Royal Commonwealth Society photograph collection. Africa. Zug: Interdocumentation Co., 1985-1987., 193, 5, 10 microfiches: negative, all ill.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 96/84

An extensive collection of photographs, primarily from Africa, collected by the Royal Commonwealth Society, including landmarks such as the Sphinx, celebrities, landscapes, and native villages. This collection comprises many individual collections taken by separate photographers containing general photographs of all of Africa, or groupings by specific countries. A large collection of Central and East Asian photographs is also found here. Each specific collection is assigned a number: Y304A for the Christy Collection of Photographs, Y0342 for Sudan; the entire RCS collection is arranged by collection number rather than in alphabetical order by country. The quality of the photographs varies greatly as do the accompanying captions; some photographs have printed captions, others are handwritten, and many have no caption attached at all. Each collection begins with a brief typed description, but in many cases this description is illegible.

An extensive catalog (10 sheets of fiche) is found at the end of the entire collection. The catalog is arranged by collection number, and most of these are for specific countires. Each photograph has a plate number and in most cases a thorough description of the photograph is given. In some cases, biographical information about the photographer also appears. To use this collection, it is best to request all of it in order to browse and to flip back and forth between the catalog and individual collections.

LCCN: 96627990

GUIDE: Catalog on fiche at end of collection.

1. Africa--Pictorial works

Royal Institute of British Architects rare book collection. -- London : World Microfilms, c1975-c1977. -- <35> microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 49533

A major source in the field of architectural history, consisting of selections from the institute's library of rare books. The collection is organized into five sections: 1, English Pattern Books; 2, Cottage Architecture; 3, Country Houses and Palaces; 4, Ancient Civilization, consisting of eighteen titles published from the 17th-19th centuries; and 5, Architectural Treatises and Works in Perspective, consisting of 55 titles, from the 15th-19th centuries. Materials are in English, French, Italian, Latin, and German.

LCCN: 84-104740

GUIDE: 83, British Architectural Library: Microfilmed Collection of Rare Books. Use reel index in guide which lists contents of each reel.

1. Architecture--England. 2. Architecture--Europe.

Royal Society (Great Britain). Council minutes, 1660-1800. -- Frederick, Md. : University Publications of America, 1985. -- 3 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/352

Eleven volumes of council minutes that detail the operational and administrative, rather than the purely scientific side of the Society's long history. A comprehensive index of principal persons and events referred to in the minutes has been included at the beginning of reel 1.

LCCN: 88-890670

GUIDE: 105-144, From the Archives of the Royal Society. Journal Books of Scientific Meetings, 1660-1800. Council minutes 1660-1800. Miscellaneous Manuscripts.

1. Royal Society (Great Britain)--Archives.

Royal Society (Great Britain). Journal books of scientific meetings, 1660-1800. -- Frederick, Md. : University Publications of America, 1985. -- 18 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/351

Minutes of the ordinary meetings of the Royal Society. Included are abstracts of papers read before the Society, reports of scientific discoveries, notations concerning books and rarities that were brought to the attention of the membership, and presidential addresses delivered at the anniversary meetings. The collection occupies thirty-seven volumes, with individual volumes organized chronologically.

LCCN: 88-890669

GUIDE: 105-144, From the Archives of the Royal Society. Journal Books of Scientific Meetings, 1660-1800. Council Minutes 1660-1800. Miscellaneous Manuscripts.

1. Royal Society (Great Britain)--Archives.

Royal Society (Great Britain). Miscellaneous manuscripts. -- Frederick, Md. : University Publications of America, 1985. -- 10 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/353

A fourteen-volume collection of more than 1,800 letters and private papers written by Britain's foremost men of science, documenting their contributions to the history of scientific inquiry. An index to each volume has been included in the microfilm, outlining principal authors and correspondents, the origins and dates of correspondence and other documents, and brief remarks about the material.

LCCN: 88-890671

GUIDE: 105-144, From the Archives of the Royal Society. Journal Books of Scientific Meetings, 1660-1800. Council Minutes 1660-1800. Miscellaneous Manuscripts.

1. Royal Society (Great Britain)--Archives.

The Russell Sage Foundation : social research and social action in America, 1907-1947. -- Frederick, Md : CIS Academic Editions, c1988. -- 379 microfiches : negative.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 89/170

A collection consisting of: pamphlets and series published by the foundation; selected documents such as letters, memoranda, reports, clippings, personal papers, and office files; and a complete set of minutes from meetings of the Board of Trustees and the Executive Committee. Through the internal documents of a major foundation, the mixture of primary and secondary sources offers biographical material on the Sages, as well as material for the study of social history and the social theories of the period and their impact on American society.

LCCN: 89-894170

GUIDE: 105-213, The Russell Sage Foundation: Social Research and Social Action in America, 1907-1947. Guide to the Microfiche Collection. Includes a foreword, a history of the foundation, a bibliography, a name index, and a title index.

1. Russell Sage Foundation--Archives. 2. Social sciences--Research--United States. 3. Associations, institutions, etc.--United States.

Russian empire. -- Dublin: Irish Microforms, 1975. -- <229> microfiches; 11 x 15 cm. Contents: [Part I: ?]; Part II: Turkish affairs/ Crimean war; Part III: Polish affairs; Part IV: Affairs of Central Asia; Part V: Hague Peace Conference; Part VI: Miscellaneous papers; Part VII: Commercial reports.

LC Call Number: Microfiche (w) 84/2026

British Diplomatic "Blue Books" grouped into seven sections covering different aspects of British overseas policies with Russia, 1801-1899. Part I of this collection was not received by LC. The most extensive sections among the others are those concerning the Crimean War (104 fiches), and Commercial reports (84 fiches). The arrangement of the material is chronological within each section. NOTE: Second set of fiche may be under Microfiche (w) 81/3

LCCN: 84-164706

GUIDE: Not in LC

. 1. Great Britain--Foreign relations--Russia. 2. Crimean War, 1853-1856. 3. Russia--Foreign relations--Great Britain.

Russian futurism, 1910-1916. -- Cambridge : Chadwyck-Healey, 1977. -- 54 microfiches : ill. (some color) ; 11 x 15 cm.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 5120

Monochrome and color microfiche containing manifestos, collections of poetry, journals, and illustrations concerned with Russian art and literature for the years 1910-1916. The originals have never been gathered into a single public collection, so it was necessary to film private collections in England, France, and America. Some of the originals were made of highly perishable materials and will not tolerate handling by researchers. This film collection is the only source for these valuable primary materials. Microfiche may be requested alphabetically by title.

LCCN: 84-212208

GUIDE: 20, [Russian Futurism, 1910-1916; Poetry and Manifestoes] An annotated, printed guide which describes the contents of the collection.

1. Futurism (Literary movement)--Russia. 2. Russian poetry--20th century. 3. Art, Russian. 4. Russian literature--20th century.

Russian historical sources / Frederick Rodkey, editor. -- [New York] : Readex Microprint, [1954]. -- ca. 600 microopaques.

LC Call Number: opaque 90/8000

Materials vital to research in Russian history, especially of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The titles were compiled by professor Rodkey with the collaboration of more than 25 Russian scholars of leading colleges and universities in the United States. The collection contains primary source material as well as rare government documents.

LCCN: 90-956356

GUIDE: 184, [Russian Historical Sources].

1. Russia--History--Sources. 2. Soviet Union--History-- 1917-1936--Sources

Russian history and culture : scarce books on 19th and 20th century Russia from the Helsinki University Library. -- Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1978- < > . -- < > microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 5110

Two thousand scarce titles. The primary subject areas are the humanities and social sciences. Careful cross-checking has avoided duplication of titles held by libraries in the United States and Canada. Researchers may also find the Cyrillic Union Catalog and the National Register of Microform Masters useful in identifying additional materials. Access is by subject, author, and title.

LCCN: 82-214549

GUIDE: Z2509.U54 1978, Russian History and Culture Index. Request microfiche by the number(s) in bold type at the end of each entry you wish to see (e.g., RH08932, RH08680).

1. Russia--Civilization--1801-1917.

Russian Imperial Government publications : collection of publications of the Russian Imperial Government and of several non-governmental organizations of the Russian Empre, assembled from the collections of the Library of Congress... -- Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1983. -- 208 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 83/5231

A collection of 967 publications.

LCCN: 84-162925

GUIDE: Z6956.S65 L52 1986, Russian Imperial Government Serials on Microfilm in the Library of Congress. An introductory reel also provides background information and a microform version of the catalog/guide to the titles.

1. Government publications--Russia. 2. Periodicals in microform.

Russian revolutionary literature at Houghton Library of Harvard University. -- New Haven, Conn. : Research Publications, c1973. -- 47 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

Contents: Section 1, Books and pamphlets before 1917; Section 2, Broadsides issued before 1917; Section 3, Broadsides issued by monarchist groups; Section 4, Periodicals; Section 5, Tsarist publications; Section 6, Broadsides issued during and after 1917.

LC Call Number: Microfilm 51556

Covers the period 1825 to 1917 and includes seminal theoretical works as well as anonymous works and ephemera. All groups are represented. Most of the materials were published abroad or by underground presses inside Russia. The printed catalog for the collection includes one title index in Cyrillic letters, but all other Russian entries are in Romanized form only. Additional indexes are by name, Romanized titles, organizations, and series.

LCCN: 84-105965

GUIDE: Z2509.H3, Russian Revolutionary Literature Collection: A Descriptive Guide and Key to the Collection on Microfilm. Main entries in the printed catalog are arranged as they appear on the film, with the reel number at the top of the page. To request film, give the number for the collection, Microfilm 51556, and the number of the reel containing the material you wish to see (e.g., Microfilm 51556, reel 14).

1. Underground literature--Russia. 2. Russia--Politics and government--1801-1917. 3. Broadsides--Russia.

Russisches biographisches Archiv. -- München : K.G. Saur Verlag, [1997?]-; microfiches <1-539, I-XI > : negative, ill.35 mm.

LC Call Number: Microfiche 98/4

Consists of approximately 160,000 bibliographical entries for 75,000 individuals from the earliest times to the end of the dynasty of the Romanovs in 1917. Compiled from more than 150 source works published between 1827 and 1995. Mostly in Russian, with some English, French, and German.

LCCN: 97227368

GUIDE: Not in LC. Entries are arranged alphabetically. Request by name.

1. Russia--Biography--Dictionaries.

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