A Guide to the Microform Collections: P-Q
Paget, Gerald. See: Gerald
Palestine correspondence. -- Wilmington,
Delaware : Scholarly Resources, 1978-1979. -- 165 microfilm reels
; 35 mm.
Contents: Registers 1927-1934 (12 reels); Original correspondence
1927-1930 (49 reels); Original correspondence 1931-1934 (103 reels).
LC Call Number: Microfilm 82/342
Documents British involvement in the Middle East before
World War II, including development policies and projects; British
governance of the mandate; political, educational, and religious
organizations; immigration; domestic disturbances; archeological
excavations, etc. Filmed from holdings of Great Britain's Public
Record Office, C. O.. 733 volumes 130-254 (documents) and C.O. 793
GUIDE: 162a and 162b, British Colonial
Office Palestine Original Correspondence. 1927-1930. Guide to the
Scholarly Resources Microfilm Edition of the Public Record Office
Collection C.O. 733. The guides are correspondence dockets
for the two periods (1927-1930 and 1931-1934) covered.
1. Great Britain--Colonies--Africa--Administration--Sources. 2.
Great Britain--Colonial Office--Archives. 3. Palestine-- Politics
and government--1917-1948--Sources. 4. Palestine-- History--1917-1948--Sources.
Pamphlets / Kommunistische Partei
Deutschlands. -- Palo Alto, Calif. : Bay Microfilm, [1976?]. --
1 microfilm reel : ill.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 94/2111
Contains 24 polemical and theoretical tracts by prominent
members of the Communist Party of Germany (the "Spartakusbund")
published from 1918 through 1924. The pamphlets elucidate tenets
of the Spartacist creed and the Party's stance with regard to issues
of the day. Prominent authors include Karl Radek, Paul Levi, and
Rosa Luxemburg. Some pamphlets were published anonymously.
GUIDE: Not in LC. Contents of the reel (author
and/or title of pamphlets) are listed at the beginning of the film.
1. Communism. 2. Germany--Politics and government--1918-1933.
Pamphlets in American history. --
Glen Rock, N.J. : Microfilming Corp. of America, 1978- . [ ] microfiches
; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 1014
Over 15,000 pamphlets, from the Revolutionary War period
through the early 20th century, selected from the collections of
the State Historical Society of Wisconsin with supplementary material
from several other research libraries. A wealth of rare material
is gathered here under several general subject headings: Biography,
Indians, the Revolutionary War, Revolutionary War Biography, Women,
Civil Liberties, Labor, Tariffs and Free Trade, Cooperative Societies,
France, the Mexican War (1846-1848), Socialism, the War of 1812,
Catholicism and anti-Catholicism, and the Spanish-American War (1898).
See also the microfilm collection, The Civil War
GUIDE: Z1236.P27 1979, Pamphlets in American
History. A Bibliographic Guide to the Microform Collection.
(Groups I, II, III, and IV). Provides author, title, chronological
and subject access, as well as listings classed by general subject.
Also Z1236.P28 1978, Pamphlets in American
History. A Preliminary Short Title List. (Group I).
1. United States--History--Sources.
Pamphlets on socialism, communism, bolshevism, etc.
-- [S.l. : s.n.], 1849-1931. -- 164 v. in 7. -- Call number of original:
HX15.P3. -- Microfilm. [Washington, D.C.] : Library of Congress,
Photoduplication Service, 1968. 3 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 21396
One hundred sixty-four pamphlets, 1849-1930, in English,
French, and German, filmed from Library of Congress collections.
Most were printed in the U.S., and some in England, France, Belgium,
and Germany. The authors include Emma Goldman, Alexandra Kolontay,
Jack London, Eugene V. Debs, Friedrich Engels, and Robert Bridges,
as well as many organizations.
GUIDE: 16, Pamphlets on Socialism, Communism,
Bolshevism, etc. A reel guide to titles, and alphabetical
list of sources.
Analytic available in the L.C. shelflist under call number
1. Communism--History--Sources. 2. Socialism--History-- Sources.
Pamphlets on the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939.
-- Washington, D. C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service,
1968. -- 2 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 21255
A collection of separately published items in several
languages on the Spanish Civil War (1936-39). The items include
political pamphlets, letters, reports, addresses, and newspaper
articles and editorials. These represent the views and experience
of various political persuasions. The collection is based on material
assembled by the Library of Congress.
GUIDE: 16, Pamphlets on the Spanish Civil
War, 1936-1939. Divided into two sections: Reel numbers are
arranged sequentially as the pamphlets appear on the microfilm;
there is also an alphabetical list, arranged by author, title, or
1. Spain--History, Civil War, 1936-1939--Sources.
Pandette dei notai antich. -- Genoa
: Foto Ducale [producer], 1951. -- 108 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 1695
Municipal records of Genoa, historically important as
the center of a Mediterranean commercial empire in the Middle Ages.
The collection consists of hand-written records (some originals
are damaged and are difficult to read) in the Italian language of
the period, written by different notaries. The records range from
the year 1154 to about 1300. There is an explanatory introduction
at the beginning of reel one and a separate index reel which also
includes about 100 samples of "hands" of notaries to help in identifying
GUIDE: See reel one and separate index reel;
also see cards in MicRR card catalog under "Archivio di Stato. "
Author/Title cards have been created for each reel, listing contents.
1. Genoa (Italy)--History--To 1339--Sources.
Papers concerning Oklahoma State University and
vicinity / preserved by Berlin Basil Chapman. --
Gainesville : Microgaphics, 1988. -- 6 microfilm reels.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 89/2008
Bound volumes and files that chronicle the history of
Oklahoma State University and environs. Gathered over half a century,
the varied documents which record many events during the University's
founding years are comprised of administrative memoranda, correspondence,
telegrams, and documentation on campus events. Correspondence in
the collection reflects both the culture of the school and that
of the nation; official instructions written during World War II
on how to teach history and other subjects in a "military manner"
are included as are "letters of the Great Depression, 1930-1933."
Developments in surrounding counties are also chronicled; official
notes from a battlefield near Stillwater, Oklahoma are included
as are Payne County Land documents.
GUIDE: 209, [Papers Concerning Oklahoma
State University and Vicinity]. Includes general notes directing
the researcher to the appropriate microfilm reels.
1. Oklahoma State University. 2. Oklahoma State University--History.
3. Universities and Colleges--Oklahoma. 4. Oklahoma State University--Administration
Papers of the Federal Reserve System
/ Paul Kesaris, editor. -- Frederick, Md. : University Publications
of America, 1983. -- 51 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
Contents: Part 1, Legislation, major speeches and essays
and special reports, 1913-1960; Part 2, Minutes of meetings of the
Federal Open Market Committee, 1923-1975.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/127
Filmed from holdings of the National Archives and the
Library of Congress.
Part one provides detailed documentation of the rise to power
of the country's key financial institution during two major wars
and the financial crisis of the 1920's and 1930's. The documents
include many speeches given by members of the Board of Governors,
as well as memos, letters, studies, and legislative documents.
Part two reproduces the minutes of the meetings of the Federal
Open Market Committee, which administers the nation's supply of
money via the purchase and sale of government securities. The
meeting minutes concern domestic and international economic developments
and policy decisions made by the FMOC.
GUIDE: 105-136a and 105-136b, Papers of
the Federal Reserve System, Part I--Legislation, Major Speeches
and Essays, and Special Reports 1913-1960, and Papers of the Federal
Reserve System, Part II--Minutes of Meetings of the Federal Open
Market Committee, 1923-1975. The guide to Part one provides
detailed date and title information for each document filmed. The
guide to Part two lists meeting dates only and in some cases the
general topics under discussion. Neither guide contains a subject
1. Board of Governors Federal Reserve System (U.S.)--Archives.
Papers of the Select Commission on Immigration and
Refugee Policy / Randolph Boehm, editor. -- Frederick,
Md. : University Publications of America, 1983. -- 24 microfilm
reels ; 35 mm.
Contents: Part 1: Staff report with appendices, legal
materials, meetings, consultations, and selected files (11 reels);
Part 2: Records of regional hearings (13 reels).
LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/252
Consists of staff reports on U.S. immigration history,
international migration, refugees, legal immigration to the U.S.,
temporary workers, and the administration of immigration law. In
addition to these staff reports, there are many background, briefing,
and working papers, meeting agendas, and reports on consultative
meetings held with policy makers and interested parties. There is
some official correspondence by the Commission, and there are extensive
transcripts and other related documents stemming from nine regional
public hearings held between October 1979 and March 1980 on immigration
Here are lengthy reports on the history of American language
policies, immigrant health conditions and their history, refugee
resettlement programs and techniques, refugee policy, the household
and economic structure of migrant families, political and social
integration of various immigrant groups, etc.
GUIDE: 105-117, Papers of the Select Commission
on Immigration and Refugee Policy. Part I--Staff Report with Appendices,
Legal Materials, Meetings, Consultations, and Selected Subject Files.
Part II--Records of Regional Hearings. Consists of a reel
guide to contents; there is no name or subject index to these files.
1. United States. Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee
Policy--Archives. 2. Emigration and immigration law--United States--Sources.
3.Refugees--Government policy--United States--Sources.
Papers of the U.S. Commission on Wartime Relocation
and Internment of Civilians / Randolph Boehm, editor.
-- Frederick, Md. : University Publications of America, 1983. --
35 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
Contents: Part 1, Numerical file archive.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/244
In 1980 Congress established the Commission on Wartime
Relocation and Internment of Civilians (CWRIC) to review President
Roosevelt's 1942 Executive Order 9066, which sent more than 120,000
Japanese Americans to relocation centers during World War II. The
commission was to assess the impact of the order on those relocated
and interned. CWIRC compiled the Numerical File Archive of documentary
materials from federal, state, and private agencies (or other sources)
and from the papers of all officials involved. The material in this
collection has been filmed from Record Group 220 of the Fiscal,
Judicial, and Social Division of the National Archives and Records
Center. Personal Justice Denied, the Commission's final
report, is keyed to the Numerical File Archive, whose order is preserved
in this collection.
GUIDE: 105-115, Papers of U.S. Commission on
Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians, Part 1 Numerical
File Archive. Includes background information on the Commission,
a note on sources, a list of abbreviations and acronyms used in
the documents, and principal persons connected with the relocation.
The reel index includes informative titles or descriptions of each
document on the reels, the frame number on which it begins, the
number of pages in the documents, and the original Numerical File
number (in brackets). This number corresponds with the CWIRC number
used in the Notes section of Personal Justice Denied. A broad subject
index is provided.
1. United States. Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment
of Civilians--Archives. 2. Japanese Americans-- Evacuation and relocation,
1942-1945--Sources. 3. Japanese Americans--Civil rights--Sources.
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson : control cards used
in the editorial office at Princeton University.
-- Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1956. -- 52 microfilm
reels ; 16 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 5263
Over 50 reels, comprising a partial union catalog of
Thomas Jefferson manuscripts. The collection consists of photographs
of catalog cards from Princeton University listing 60,000 manuscripts
addressed to or by Jefferson. It contains only cards, and no reproductions
of manuscripts are included. The collection is divided into three
indexes. The first lists names of persons other than Jefferson to
whom or by whom papers were sent. Under each name, the papers appear
in chronological order. The second lists all the papers in chronological
order. The third groups the papers by geographical location, giving
names and addresses of persons and institutions who hold the manuscripts.
GUIDE: 42, [The Papers of Thomas Jefferson].
Describes the sources and arrangement of catalog cards on film.
1. Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826--Manuscripts--Catalogs.
Papers presented at the annual meeting of the African
Studies Association. -- [Chicago] : African Studies
Association. -- [ ] v. : ill. ; 27 cm. -- Title varies slightly.
-- Microfilm. Chicago, Ill. : University of Chicago, Joseph Regenstein
Library, Department of Photoduplication, 1972-. -- [ ] microfilm
reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 03782
The years covered are 1960 and 1965-1982. Access is provided
by an alphabetical listing of authors' names for each year.
GUIDE: 43, [Publications of the African
Studies Association]. Lists individual papers given at each
meeting from 1960 to 1972. The index cards inside the front cover
list annual meetings by year and location and give the corresponding
microfilm reel numbers. The guide does not list papers or authors
1. Africa--Study and teaching.
Papers relating to World War I in the archives of
Baron Sidney Sonnino. -- Ann Arbor, Mich. : University
Microfilms, 1968. -- 54 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 84/198
Consists of telegrams and personal files (papers, memoranda,
maps, etc.) of Baron Sidney Sonnino, Italy's foreign minister during
World War I.
LCCN: 84-191067 GUIDE: 92, Papers Relating
to World War I in the Archives of Baron Sidney Sonino. Italian
and English versions of the guide are available.
1. Sonnino, Sidney, 1847-1922--Manuscripts. 2. World War, 1914-1918--Italy--Sources.
3. Italy--Politics and government--1915-1922--Sources.
Parish register typescripts prepared by W. H. Challen
from parishes in London, Midlands & southern counties.
-- London : Guildhall Library, 1969. -- 21 microfilm reels ; 35
LC Call Number: Microfilm 23963
GUIDE: 50, [Index to the Challen Transcripts
and Lists of Other Parish Registers in Microfilm RR]. Provides
an index, which is accompanied by a list of additional parish registers
also in the Microform Reading Room. The index is also on Microfiche
1. Registers of births, etc.--England. 2. England--Genealogy.
The Parker Society for the publication of the works
of the fathers and early writers of the reformed English church
publications. -- Cambridge, Eng. : Printed at the
University Press, 1841-1855. -- 55 v : ill. -- Microfiche, Louisville
: Lost Cause Press, 1957, 683 microfiches.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 90/7002
Originally 55 printed volumes, this set encompasses the
works of the fathers and early writers of the reformed English church.
These works include liturgy and ritual, discussions on the controversy
over the English translation of the Bible, Tyndale's response to
Sir Thomas More, translations into English of early catechisms and
correspondence between English bishops and some of the Helvetian
reformers. Scholars looking for primary sources will find this collection
GUIDE: 237, [Parker Society for the Publication
of Works of the Fathers and Early Writers of the Reformed English
Church]. 1. Reformed Church--England--History--Sources.
Parliamentary papers (House of Commons
and Command). -- Microfilm. London : British Library, Reference
Division, Reprographic Section, [197-]-. -- [ ] microfilm reels
; 35 mm. Microfiche. -- House of Commons Parliamentary papers. --
Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey, 1980- . -- [ ] microfiches ; 11 x 15
LC Call Number: Microfilm (o) 83/401; Microfiche (o) 83/400
House of Commons (HC) Papers, Bills, and Command Papers,
1972 to date, with 1972/3-1974/5 on Microfilm (o) 83/401, and 1975/6
to date on Microfiche (o) 83/400.
These papers include all reports required to be printed by Great
Britain's House of Commons, including minutes of hearings on bills,
answers to requests for information, special inquiries, etc. Papers
presented to both houses are included in this series. Command
papers may be printed without orders from the House and are often
policy or background papers issued by various departments. Annual
reports and papers presented by the Foreign Office are also included,
as are treaties and reports of Royal Commissions. Bills are published
in all drafts and versions.
LCCN: (No Library of Congress Online Catalog entry)
GUIDE: Z2009.G822, Catalogue of Government
Publications (Her Majesty's Stationery Office). The catalogue
is issued monthly with annual accumulations. Parliamentary papers,
arranged by session and paper number, are in the first section,
and non-parliamentary papers are listed under agency names in the
second section. Indexes are by author, title, and subject.
Request by year or session, Bill, HC, or Cmnd number, or when
available, by volume and page number. The sessional indexes (on
microform) provide cross-references from one form of numbering to
1. Great Britain--Politics and government--1945-
Parti Republicain, Radical & Radical-Socialiste.
Compte-rendu stenographique. -- Filmed from holdings
of Archives of the Parti Republicain, Radical & Radical-Socialiste,
Paris. -- [ ] microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 20222
Documents the internal debates and struggles of the party
during a difficult period characterized by changing electoral strategies
and internal dissent and factionalization. Also referred to as the
Radical-Socialist or simply the Radical Party, this political party
founded in 1901 has maintained a centrist coalition, despite its
name. Opposed to General Charles de Gaulle, and to prevailing political
directions after World War II, the Radical Party rapidly lost influence
and seats in the French constituent assembly. Among the Radicals
who emerged in the 1960's as prominent national leaders were Pierre
Mendes-France and Edgar Faure.
LCCN: (No Library of Congress Online Catalog entry, 7/88)
GUIDE: 117, Parti Republicain, Radical
& Radical-Socialiste: Compte-rendu Stenographique des Congress
Nationaux. Consists of a list, by session and page number,
of the contents of the transcripts of plenary sessions (debates,
speeches, reports, and decisions) of the Party, along with some
1. Parti Republicain radical et radical-socialiste (France)--Archives.
2. France--Politics and Government--1945-1958- Sources.
Partido comunista de Chile, dossier 1.
-- Montreal, Canada : Información Documental de América
Latina (IDAL), 1977. -- 94 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 87/971
A systematic, comprehensive collection of documents relating
to the activities of the Communist Party of Chile from approximately
1950 through 1973. The collection includes official papers, but
it consists primarily of an almost complete run of Principios,
the official journal of the party's central committee. The materials
were supplied by the party. In Spanish
GUIDE: 121, Idal, Serie P, Partido Communista
de Chile: Dosier 1.
1. Communist parties--Chile. 2. Chile--Politics and government--1920-1970.
3. Chile--Politics and government--1970-1973.
Paul Laumonier collection of Ronsard microfilms.
-- Paris : Filmed at the Bibliotheque Nationale by Isidore Silver
for the Library of Congress, 1949. -- 31 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
+ pamphlet (, 6, 4 p.; 22 cm).
LC Call Number: Microfilm 1565
Original and early Ronsard manuscripts from the holdings
of the Bibliotheque Nationale and other institutions in France.
The original purpose of the filming was to make available the substance
of the commentaries in the early editions of Ronsard.
LCCN: (No Library of Congress Online Catalog entry)
GUIDE: Z8757.23 .S5, The Paul Laumonier
Collection of Ronsard Microfilms. Access is provided by a
chronological list and an alphabetical list found in the guide.
Each list gives a corresponding reel number for each item.
1. Ronsard, Pierre de, 1524-1585--Manuscripts.
The Peabody Museum : a visual record of artifacts
/ the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography, Harvard University
; photography by Hillel Burger ; catalog by Barbara Isaac. -- Boston,
Mass : G.K. Hall, c1990. -- 8 microfiches : all col. ill.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 91/7018
Five of eight color fiche contain approximately 380 images
of North American Indian art, artifacts, and clothing, as well as
early European-American paintings and drawings of Indian subjects
selected from the museum's collections. Some items are attributed
to collections from the Lewis and Clark expedition. Broad geographic
areas are represented, including the Arctic and Subarctic. Among
the groups represented are Aleut, Eskimo, Haida, Tlingit, and others
of the Northwest; California people such as the Karok and Hupa;
Hopi, Navajo, and Zuni of the Southwest; Crow, Mandan, Sioux, Chippewa,
Huron, Choctaw, Cherokee, and Seminole; a few Northeastern tribes;
and prehistoric cultures of the Anasazi, Hopewell, Mississippian,
and Mimbres. Two of the three remaining fiche cover Mesoamerica
and South America.
GUIDE: 273, Peabody Museum: A Visual Record
of Artifacts. Describes the items.
1. Indians of North America--Antiquities--Pictorial works. 2.
Indians of North America--Implements--Pictorial works. 3. Indian
arts--North America--Pictorial works. 4. Indians of North America--Clothing--Pictorial
Peel, Robert. See: Papers
of Sir Robert Peel.
Periodicals by and about North American Indians,
1923-1981. -- [Bethesda, Md. : Congressional Information
Service, 1982?]. -- 82 microfilm reels : ill.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 94/2118
Contains 82 reels of publications produced by American
Indian groups. There is partial overlap with the title, Periodicals
by and about the North American Indian (Microfilm
90/8032. LCCN 90-956376). The collection includes publications of
organizations with Indian interest, and well as those by Indian
groups. In many cases the holdings are brief or erratic.
GUIDE: 341, Periodicals by and about North
American Indians 1923-1981: Guide to the Microfilm Collection.
A reel list and a title list with periodical titles and dates of
1. Indians of North America--Periodicals.
Periodicals by and about the North American Indian
: backfiles on microfilm. Package #2. -- Glen Rock,
N.J : Microfilming Corp. of America, 1974. -- 42 microfilm reels.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 90/8032
One of a two-part series (see also Periodicals
by and about North American Indians, 1923-1981. film 94/2118.
LCCN 93-630214). This part contains the Smithsonian Institution's
Bureau of American Ethnology bulletins from 1887 to 1971 (reels
1-27), and its annual reports from 1879 to 1931 (reels 28-42). Subjects
covered include Indian languages and texts, archaeological reports,
and cultural, ethnographic, and anthropological studies.
GUIDE: 260, Periodicals by and about the
North American Indian. Contains a reel list and a subject
1. Indians of North America--Periodicals.
Petrarca, Franceso. See: Selected
Philippine documentation project, University of
California at Berkeley : literature on the Muslim struggle in the
Philippines. -- Berkeley, CA : University of California,
1992. -- 1 microfilm reel : ill., map, ports. ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 94/2125
Reproduces the following periodicals: Mahardika,
the information bulletin of the Moro National Liberation Front (Dec.
1973-Mar. 1974; Nov. 1977-Apr. 1990); Maradika, official
publication of the Central Committee of the Moro Islamic Liberation
Front (June 1981-Sept. 1985); and Moro kurier, a publication
of the Moro People's Resource Center, Iligan City (Nov. 1985-Sept.
GUIDE: Not in LC.
1. Muslims--Philippines--Politics and government--Periodicals.
The Philippines : U.S. policy during the Marcos
years, 1965-1986 / project editors, Craig Nelson,
Elizabeth McQuerry. -- Alexandria, Va. : Chadwyck-Healey ; Washington,
D.C. : National Security Archive, 1990. -- 652 microfiches : maps.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 94/2018
This 3,500 document collection provides a documentary
record of U.S. policy toward the Philippines during the 20 year
rule of Ferdinand E. Marcos. The most important source of documents
included in this set is the Department of State, the agency primarily
responsible for overseeing U.S. policy towards the Philippines.
The majority of the collection is comprised of cables, airgrams,
internal memoranda, briefing papers, memoranda of conversation,
notes, reports, correspondence, intelligence reports and legal records.
Included among the set are also unique and previously inaccessible
documents provided to the public for the first time such as high
level analyses of Philippine affairs produced by the State Department's
Bureau of Intelligence and Research.
GUIDE: 334, The Philippines: U.S. Policy
during the Marcos Years, 1965-1986. Guide and Index. Volumes
I-III. (Vol. 1: Guide; Vols. 2-3: Index). Lists documents in chronological
order and provides the document numbers, bibliographic information,
and subject terms. In addition, the guide provides instructions
on how to use the collection, as well as a helpful introductory
essay, a chronology, glossaries, and a bibliography. The index volumes
are based on names, organizations and government agencies, subjects,
and document numbers.
1. United States--Foreign relations--Philippines--Sources. 2.
Philippines--Foreign relations--United States--Sources. 3. Philippines--Politics
and government--1973-1986. 4. Philippines--Politics and government--1946-1973.
Phonefiche. -- Wooster, Ohio : Bell
& Howell, [1976-?]. -- [ ] microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche (o) 85/110
Consists of yellow and white pages telephone directories
for most U.S. cities and places. Earlier years (1976-1982) are somewhat
less comprehensive than the later years of the collection.
GUIDE: HE8801.C65, Community Cross-reference
Guide to Phonefiche. Also see checklist of directories received
by L.C. in this collection, 1976-1983, which is shelved with the
Pitt, William. See: Papers
of William Pitt....
Plakatsammlung Institut für Zeitungsforschung
der Stadt Dortmund / [zusammengestellt von Barbara
Posthoff]. -- [München; New York] : Saur, [1990?]-. -- 
microfiches : col. ill.
Contents: T. [A] Deutsche Plakate; T. B. Deutsche Plakate;
T. C. Ausländische Plakate.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 91/8012
More than 4,700 political and propaganda posters, most
reproduced in color, from Germany (East and West), other European
countries, Great Britain, Chile, China, Cuba, Israel, the United
States, and the USSR. The dates span the late 19th century to the
1990s, with the majority from the first half of the 20th century.
German coverage predominates and includes posters from the German
Empire, World War I, the 1918 November Revolution, the Weimar Republic,
the Third Reich, World War II, the Federal Republic, and the German
GUIDE: 294, 294a, Plakatsammlung des Instituts
für Zeitungsforschung der Stadt Dortmund: Kommentar- und Registerband
1. Posters, German--Pictorial works. 2. Posters, European--Pictorial
works. 3. Posters--19th century--Germany--Pictorial works. 4. Posters--20th
century--Germany--Pictorial works. 5. Posters--19th century--Pictorial
works. 6. Posters--20th century--Pictorial works.
Playbills from the Harvard Theatre collection.
-- Woodbridge, Conn. : Research Publications, 1982. -- 100 microfilm
reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 85/2400
Includes playbills from fifteen London theaters. The
collection emphasizes the 19th century although 18th century playbills
are offered for the more prestigious theaters such as the Covent
Garden, the Drury Lane, and the Royal Haymarket.
The playbills are arranged season by season, then day by day
for each theater.
GUIDE: PN2594.T5, Theatre Playbills from
the Harvard Theatre Collection: A Guide to the Microfilm Collection.
Consists of a reel guide to the collection.
1. Playbills--England--London. 2. Theater--England-- London--History--19th
Polish independent publications, 1976+.
-- Zug, Switzerland : Inter Documentation, 1976-. --  microfiches
; 11 x 15 cm.
Contents: Part 1, uncensored periodicals, 1976-1981;
Part 2, Solidarnosc periodicals, 1980-1981; Part 3, Martial law
and underground periodicals, 1981+.
LC Call Number: Microfiche (o) 86/12
A unique collection of more than 100 uncensored Polish
periodicals, 1976-1981; over 300 Solidarnosc periodicals, 1980-1981;
and over 50 underground titles, published from December 1981 on.
Filmed from holdings of Harvard University Solidarity Bibliographic
GUIDE: 163, [Polish Independent Publications.
1. Poland--Politics and government--1945-1980--Periodicals. 2.
Poland--Politics and government--1980-1989--Periodicals. 3. Underground
press publications--Poland. 4. NSZZ "Solidarnosc" (Labor organization)--Periodicals.
Political literature of Northern Ireland, 1973-74
and 1975. See: Northern Ireland political
Political Pamphlets from the Indian Subcontinent
-- Bethesda, MD : University Publications of America, 1990. 1033
microfiches : ill.
LC Call Number: 95/4593
Indian political pamphlets, published by political parties,
central and state governments, and a wide variety of private organizations,
reflect decades of contention over political ideas such as relations
between economic classes, religious groups, and the federal and
state governments. For several reasons these Indian political pamphlets
are invaluable source material. A large portion are written in English,
making them accessible to those unable to read Indian languages.
The pamphlets are frank in content and express the goals, feelings,
and often strategies and tactics of their authors and publishers.
The file is organized into a Reference Bibliography, an Author Index
and a Title Index.
GUIDE: 425, A Guide to the Microfiche Edition
of Political Pamphlets from the Indian Subcontinent.
1. India--Politics and government--20th century--Sources. 2. Political
Politics and administration of Tudor England. Parts
I-V / reproduced from the Lansdowne Collection in
the British Library in London ; editorial direction by Michael Hawkins.
-- Sussex, England : Harvester Press, c1976. -- 163 microfilm reels
; 35 mm. + guide (2 v. ; 23 cm.)
LC Call Number: Microfilm 60301
Approximately 400 volumes of manuscripts, pertaining
principally to the years 1540-1660. Figures whose papers are particularly
represented are Sir William Cecil, first Lord Burghley (122 volumes),
and Sir Julius Caesar, Judge of the Court of Admiralty under Elizabeth
(51 volumes). Other figures are the Reverend John Strype, church
historian Gervase Holles, antiquarians Bishop Kennett and James
West, and Dr. John Pell, Protector's agent for the protestant cantons
of Switzerland. The primary sources offered by this collection represent
most currents of thought for the period covered.
GUIDE: 44, Politics and Administration
of Tudor and Stuart England. Reproduced from the Lansdowne Collection
in the British Library in London. Parts 1-3, Parts 4-5. Indicates
on which reel of film the desired volume may be found. A printed
catalog to the entire Lansdowne Collection, A Catalogue of
the Lansdowne Manuscripts in the British Museum With Indexes of
Persons Places and Matters, Z6621.B85 L3 1974, describes
each document and indicates in which volume it appears.
1. Stuart, House of--Manuscripts. 2. Tudor, House of--Manuscripts.
3. Great Britain--Politics and government--16th century--Manuscripts.
4. Great Britain--Politics and government--17th century.
Pollution : major sources for research, 1800-1950.
-- Washington, D.C. : University Publications of America, 1980.
-- 36 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
Contents: Part 1, Environmental pollution; Part 2, Pollution
LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/247
A collection of approximately 500 primary sources in
the pollution studies field. Part one consists of 19th and 20th
century monographs, reports, legal cases, hearings, and records
of federal, state, and municipal agencies and commissions. Both
British and American works are included.
Part two consists of similar types of sources on vocational
diseases, and on the effects of various industrial pollutants
on health and mortality. There is a subject index which includes
breakdowns by geographic area, by specific pollutant, and by industry.
GUIDE: 105-116, A Guide to Pollution: Major
Sources for Research 1800-1950. Part I--Environmental Pollution.
Part II- Pollution and Health. Items may be requested by
part number and reel number.
1. Pollution--History--Sources. 2. Pollution--Law and legislation--Sources.
Polskie archiwum biograficzne = Polnisches biographisches
Archiv / [opracowali D. Hebig ... et al.]. -- Mnchen
: K.G. Saur, [1993?]-[1994?]. --  microfiches : negative, ports.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 94/2008; Microfiche 98/9 (Supplement)
Alphabetically arranged entries mainly from Polish sources,
with entries also from sources in German, French, English, Latin,
Russian, and Italian. Title from caption on frame 1 of fiche I.
Parallel title on box: Polish biographical archive. Zródla
= Quellen (fiches I-XX) -- Genealogia Piastów / Oswald Balzer,
1895 (fiches G1-G3) --Biographical entries (fiches [1-140, 183-375]).
LCCN: 93-630086; 97-199370
GUIDE: CT1230.P653 1998, Polski Indeks
Portuguese pamphlets, 1610-1921.
-- Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service,
1983. -- 75 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 82/5800
Includes items on Camoes, on the Marque de Pombal, on Brazil,
dynastic struggles, voyages of discovery, political tracts, criticism
of the monarchy and other officials, literary and intellectual polemics
including the "bom senso e bom gosto" debate, eulogies, sermons,
prose and poetry by Leite de Vasconcellos, historical essays by
Sousa Viterbo and Gabriel Pereira, as well as writings on agriculture,
science, music, and numerous "almanacs." The pamphlets, collected
for the most part by Antonio Augusto de Carvalho Monteiro, 1850-1920,
reflect contemporary interests and concerns that provide insight
into 19th century Portugal. The collection, filmed from holdings
of Library of Congress Rare Book and Special Collections Division,
is divided into twenty-five broad subject categories, filmed alphabetically.
The pamphlets have been numbered consecutively from 1 to 3602. LCCN:
GUIDE: DP517.P67 1610 suppl., The Portuguese
Pamphlets: Introduction and Comprehensive Guide to the Contents.
Contains a summary guide to subject categories and a summary guide
to reels. Reel one reproduces the guide in its entirety, and each
subsequent reel reproduces pertinent pages from the guide.
1. 17th century--Pamphlets. 2. Portugal--History--18th century--Pamphlets.
3. Portugal--History--19th century--Pamphlets. 4. Portugal--History--20th
Post WW II foreign policy planning : State Department
records of Harley A. Notter, 1939-1945. -- [Bethesda,
MD : Congressional Information Service, c1987]. -- 2825 microfiches
LC Call Number: Microfiche 89/8000
Records gathered by Dr. Harley A. Notter, Executive Secretary
of the Advisory Committee on Post-War Foreign Policy, documenting
the Department of State's intensive planning for the postwar period.
The original collection resides in Record Group 59 in the National
Archives. It contains virtually all of the extant records of the
State Department's wartime planning, as well as those several bodies
(notably the Policy Committee and the Committee on Post-War Programs)
where actual policies were developed and implemented. The Notter
File contains minutes of committee meetings (many of which are verbatim),
and in the documents submitted to many planning committees or produced
by them, it provides a focus on fundamentals that are significant
among the records of the Department of State from the war years.
GUIDE: CD3031 1987 vol. 1, Post World War
II Foreign Policy Planning: State Department Records of Harley A.
1. United States--Foreign relations--1933-1945--Sources. 2. United
Postwar Europe / Paul Kesaris, editor.
-- Washington, D.C. : University Publications of America, 1977.
-- 10 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 86/2091
O.S.S./Department of State papers that cover the years
1945 to 1949, including reports on all Western and Eastern European
GUIDE: 105-20, A Guide to OSS/State Department
Intelligence and Research Reports. V. Postwar Europe. A detailed
country, title, and subject guide.
1. Europe--History-1945- --Sources.
Postwar Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia
/ Paul Kesaris, editor. -- Washington, D.C. : University Publications
of America, 1977. -- 6 microfilm reels ; 35mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 86/2088
Contains reports of the Office of Strategic Services
and the State Department from 1945 to 1949. Most of the reports
focus on internal affairs of the various countries--political, social,
and economic trends.
GUIDE: 105-17, A Guide to OSS/State Department
Intelligence and Research Reports. II. Postwar Japan, Korea and
Southeast Asia. Contains an index to the major subjects covered
in the reports.
1. Japan--Economic conditions--1945- --Sources. 2. Japan--Politics
and government--1945- --Sources. 3. Japan--Social conditions--1945-
--Sources. 4. Korea--Economic conditions--1945- --Sources. 5. Korea--Politics
and government--1945-1948--Sources. 6. Korea--Social conditions--1945-
--Sources. 7. Asia, Southeastern--Economic conditions--1945- --Sources.
8. Asia, Southeastern--Politics and government--1945- --Sources.
9. Asia, Southeastern--Social conditions--1945- --Sources.
Prados manuscripts. -- [Washington,
D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1964?]. --
11 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 10526
A collection of documents, written by Emilio Prados between
1925 and 1962, that contains manuscripts of poems, fragments of
poems, working notes, and notes of personal reflections.
Papers were arranged for microfilming and inventoried by Carlos
Blanco Aguinaga under an agreement between Dr. Miguel Prados and
the Librarian of Congress.
GUIDE: Z8710.7. B55, Lista de los Papeles
de Emilio Prados en la Biblioteca del Congreso de los Estados Unidos
1. Prados, Emilio, 1899-1962--Archives. 2. Poets, Spanish--20th
Pre-1900 Canadiana : microfiche edition
/ by Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions. -- Ottawa,
Canada : CIHM ; Ann Arbor, Mich. : distributed by University Microfilms
International, 1979- . -- [ ] microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm. -- (CIHM;
no. 1- ).
LC Call Number: Microfiche 82/203
Nearly 50,000 monographs and pamphlets, rare as well
as classic works, published prior to 1900 and relating to Canada.
Produced by the Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproduction
(CIHM), it includes materials selected by a board of scholars from
more than 500 libraries and historical societies. Most of the titles
are in English or French and cover a very wide variety of subjects,
including history, geography, Native American studies, sociology,
psychology, anthropology, economics, religion, philosophy, music,
fine arts, education, law, literature, medicine, science, technology,
agriculture, and languages and literature. As of this writing, 5000
titles not included by UMI are being produced by CIHM.
GUIDE: 88, Pre-1900 Canadiana. Microfiche
Edition. Consists of title lists of units received, with
separate lists (at back) of titles arranged by broad subject. All
titles are cataloged according to AACR2 and are being entered in
the OCLC database.
INTERNET ACCESS TO THE CIHM COLLECTION:
Internet Access to bibliographic information, including the CIHM numbers, through AMICUS, the Online Catalog of the National Library of Canada: Through a Web interface, The National Library of Canada provides access to records in its online catalog, named AMICUS, for Pre-1900 microfiched material in the CIHM collection. Each catalog record for a CIHM title gives the CIHM collection number, which may be used to locate the book in the CIHM microform collection. AMICUS includes an Advanced Search function with Boolean search capability and the ability to limit searches by language, place of publication, date, and material type. It also provides browse capabilities by title and author. AMICUS can be accessed through the following web address:
Internet Access to Full-Text CIHM titles thorough Early Canadiana
Online Over 3,000 CIHM titles (at this writing) are available
online, in full text, at Early Canadiana Online (ECO), a digital
library of primary sources in Canadian history. Early Canadiana
Online, will add about 5,000 more volumes in the next five years.
After browsing or searching by title, author, subject, or keyword
and finding a text you wish to look at, you will see a scanned
image of the page of the volume. Early Canadiana Online may be
accessed at the following web address:
Presidential directives on national security from
Truman to Clinton. Alexandria, Va. : Chadwyck-Healey
; [Washington, D.C.] : National Security Archive, 1994. 441 microfiches.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 97/357
This collection consists of over 2,100 documents pertaining
to all aspects of U.S. national security policy. The studies and
directives have served to stimulate policy development, announce
presidential decisions, and guide policy implementation. Among the
documents included in the series are National Security Council policy
papers, National Security Action Memorandum, and study directives
and decision directives issued during the Nixon Administration.
The collection contains creator, recipient, and keyword indexes.
GUIDE: 453, Presidential Directives on
National Security from Truman to Clinton : Guide and Index.
1. National security--United States--History--20th century--Sources.
2. United States--Foreign relations--1945-1989--Sources. 3. United
States--Foreign relations--1989-1993--Sources. 4. United States--Military
Primary sources for the history of pharmacy in the
United States. -- Ann Arbor, Mich. : University
Microfilms International, 1986. -- 396 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 88/202
Contains 85 titles that cover "the entire spectrum of
pharmaceutical literature, including laws, lectures, textbooks,
drug and equipment catalogues, formula books and botanical and herbal
GUIDE: 130, also cataloged as Z6675.P5 M67 1986,
Primary Sources for History of Pharmacy in the United States:
A Guide to the Microfiche Collection.
1. Pharmacy--United States--History--Sources.
The print file. -- Alexandria, Va.
: Chadwyck-Healey, 1989-1990. -- 4461 microfiches : ill.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 93/8
A vast collection of clippings, announcements, small
exhibition catalogs, and other ephemera containing biographical
information on, and reproductions of, works by some 16,000 printmakers,
illustrators, and photographers. International in scope, the collection
covers graphic artists from the 15th to the 20th centuries. It is
arranged alphabetically by personal name.
GUIDE: Not in LC. An index of names has not yet
(12/94) been received.
1. Prints--New York (N.Y.).
The printed book catalogue of the Houghton Library,
Harvard University. -- [Cambridge, Mass : Harvard
University, 1987?]. -- 1797 microfiches : negative.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 89/144
A catalog of rare books in Houghton Library. It is a
dictionary catalog arranged by author, title, and subject in one
alphabetical sequence. Cards are arranged on the fiche in horizonal
rows rather than in vertical columns.
GUIDE: Not in LC.
1. Rare books--Catalogs. 2. Houghton Library--Catalogs.
Printed records of the Parliament of Ireland, 1613-1800.
-- Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. : Trans-Media, 1975. -- 46 microfilm reels
; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 85/430
Contains a complete, well-organized, and indexed record
of crucial years of the Irish parliament--years which saw Ireland
change "from a 'late medieval' state of the early 17th century to
'early modern' state at the beginning of the 19th (guide, p. 2)."
GUIDE: 109, [Printed Records of Parliament
of Ireland, 1613-1800]. A reel guide to the collection. See
also separate bibliographical guide, DA905.E53 1978.
1. Ireland. Parliament--Archives. 2. Ireland--Politics and government--17th
century--Sources. 3. Ireland--Politics and government--18th century--Sources.
Private war journal of Generaloberst Franz Halder.
-- Arlington, Va. : University Publications of America, 197-. --
2 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 86/2001
Franz Halder was chief of the general staff of the supreme
command of the German army, August 14, 1939 to September 24, 1942.
NOTE: Halder's diaries also exist in published form.
GUIDE: Not in LC. 1. World War, 1939-1945--Personal
narratives, German. 2. World War, 1939-1945--Germany. 3. Halder,
Problems of the American Negro.
-- New York : New York Public Library, 1945. -- 13 microfilm reels
; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 1135
A collection of over 40 unpublished manuscripts which
formed the basis of Gunnar Myrdal's famous study, originally published
in 1944, An American Dilemma. The Negro Problem and Modern
Sources include Ashley-Montagu, R. J. Burche, C. S. Johnson,
and others on subjects ranging from African culture to Black American
demography, the Black American press, church, the labor movement,
racial ideologies, race and class, etc.
LCCN: (No Library of Congress Online Catalog entry)
GUIDE: 63, [Carnegie-Myrdal Study. Problems
of the American Negro]. Alphabetic author list of manuscripts.
1. Afro-Americans--Manuscripts. 2. Myrdahl, Gunnar, 1898-American
Project South oral history collection.
-- Glen Rock, N.J. : Microfilming Corporation of America, 1975.
-- 68 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 2479
Project South was a Stanford University civil rights
project in which eight students spent ten weeks in the summer of
1965 interviewing movement leaders and workers in CORE, SCLC, the
Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, and other organizations. The
collection consists of microfilmed transcripts of the recorded interviews,
and it documents the transitional period between the first Freedom
Summer of 1964 and the Meredith March of 1966.
GUIDE: AI3.O7 no. 1, New York Times Oral
History Program, Oral HIstory Guide No. 1.
1. Civil rights workers--Southern States--Interviews.
Province in rebellion : a documentary history of
the founding of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1774-1775
/ L. Kinvin Wroth, et al., editors. -- Cambridge : Harvard University
Press, 1975. -- 31 negative microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 5049
Printed copies of Massachusetts documents pertaining to
events leading to the Revolution. A four-volume paper copy exists
under the call number E263.M4 P76. The guide discussed below is
best used with this paper copy.
GUIDE: E263.M4 P77, Province in Rebellion:
A Documentary History of the Founding of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,
1774-1775. Seven chapters of historical essays based on the
documents, followed by a table of contents and an index to the microfiche
texts. Unfortunately the references are to page numbers rather than
fiche numbers, and one must guess where among the 31 fiche a particular
1. Massachusetts--History--Revolution, 1775-1783--Causes-- Sources.
Prudentius. See: Manuscripts
Public records in Ireland: annual reports of the
Deputy Keeper of the public records in Ireland.
- -Dublin, Ireland: Irish Microforms, 19--. --96 microfiches; 11
x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 6002
A 13-volume, 6,000 page collection containing information
on the Courts, Customs Houses, original wills, Pipe Rolls, and parliamentary
records of Ireland from 1869-1931. The reports of the Deputy Keepers
of the Public Record Office (Numbers 1 -56) provide a continuous
account of administration and acquisitions of the Office. Of particular
interest to genealogists ar the details of several thousand wills
made over the last 300 years.
LCCN: (No Library of Congress Online Catalog record)
The reports are arranged chronologically in two microfiche binders,
the first covering reports for 1869-1893 and the second 1894-1931.
Unfortunately there is no index.
Guide: Not in LC.
1. Ireland - Genealogy. 2. Wills - Ireland.
Public statements by the Secretaries of Defense
/ Paul Kesaris, project editor. -- Frederick, Md. : University Publications
of America, 1982- . --  microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
Contents: Part 1, The Truman administration; Part 2,
The Eisenhower administration; Part 3, The Kennedy and Johnson administrations;
Part 4, The Nixon and Ford administrations; Part 5, The Carter administration.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 86/2084
Public speeches, press conferences, testimony before
Congress, background briefings, and supporting documents, in a year-by-year
compilation from 1947 through 1981. These statements and documents
reveal the growth of the Defense Department, budget debates, discussions
concerning foreign military assistance, debates over various weapon
systems, and numerous defense policy issues.
GUIDE: 105-64a through 105-64e, Public
Statements by the Secretaries of Defense. One for each Presidential
administration. Each guide is divided by year, by Secretary of Defense,
and then into broad categories of "Statements and Speeches," "Congressional
Testimony," and "Supplementary Material." There is no subject index.
1. United States. Department of Defense. Office of the Secretary--Archives.
2. United States. Department of Defense--History--Sources.
Publications of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
-- Boston : G.K. Hall, 1990, c1989. -- 2045 microfiches : ill.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 94/2017
Reproduces all of the museum's publications from 1870
to 1989, and all publications from the Museum of Primitive Art from
1957 to 1975. This collection includes more than 1,000 books, exhibit
catalogs, pamphlets and brochures.
The fiche are arranged chronologically.
GUIDE: 337, A Guide to Publications of
the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Microfiche, 1870 to the Present
Including Publications of the Museum of Primitive Art, 1957-1975.
Includes listings for each museum by date with corresponding publication
titles, as well as separate indexes by title.
1. Art. 2. Art, Primitive. 3. Art--New York (N.Y.). 4. Art, Primitive--New
York (N.Y.). 5. Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)--Catalogs.
6. Museum of Primitive Art (New York, N.Y.)--Catalogs.
Published American colonial records [microform].
-- New Haven, Conn : Research Publications, . -- 166 microfilm
reels : ill. ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 85/10009
Includes 68 of the more important published colonial
and state records.
GUIDE: Not in LC.
1. United States--History--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775--Sources.
Publishers' catalogs annual. --
Westport, Conn. : Meckler Pub., 1979- . -- [ ] microfiches ; 11
x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche (w) 84/302
Similar in some respects to Publishers Trade List
Annual, this collection provides considerably broader scope,
since it does not charge publishers for inclusion, and therefore
publishes both a greater number and more complete catalogs. Approximately
2,000 catalogs are included each year in this microform collection,
about four times the number in PTLA. Small and specialized publishers
are well represented in the collection.
LCCN: 83-643646 [partial record without call number]
GUIDE: Publishers' Catalogs Annual,
shelved with the microfiche sets in the Microform Reading Room.
Each year's guide consists of an alphabetic index and an index of
publishers by subject. The microfiches themselves are arranged alphabetically.
1. Catalogs, Publishers--Periodicals. 2. Books--Catalogs--Periodicals.
Publishers' trade list annual. --
New York : R.R. Bowker, 1874- . -- v. -- Microfiche. [Westport,
Conn.] : Meckler Publishing, . -- 3616 microfiches ; 11 x
LC Call Number: Microfiche 5355
The PTLA is an annual collection of publishers' catalogs
arranged alphabetically by publisher's name. The catalogs are not
compiled according to any uniform system, thus the amount of information
given about books varies greatly, ranging from fullinformation and
occasional notes in some lists to short title and price in others.
In general, dates of publication are omitted. Only books in print
at the time of the catalogs' issuance are listed. Up to 1963, the
PTLA was the primary source for identifying new titles. See also
Publishers Catalogs Annual.
GUIDE: Z1215.P97 Suppl., Publishers Trade
List Annual Index I903-1963. Holdings cover 1903-1963, and
a supplement: 1964-1980.
1. Catalogs, Publishers'--United States.
Puebla 79. -- Montreal, Canada : IDAL, Información Documental
de América Latina, 1980. -- 118 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
Contents: 1. La preparación: 1.1, Documentación
interna; 1.2, Documentación externa. 2. La visita del Papa:
2.1, La visita - noticias; 2.2, Los discursos del Papa; 2.3, Cartas
y telegramas al Papa; 2.4, La visita - comentarios. 3. La conferencia:
3.1, Documentación interna; 3.2, Documentación externa.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 87/856
A comprehensive, systematic collection of documents relating
to the third Conferencia General del Episcopado Latinoamericano,
in which Pope John Paul II was a participant. The documents broadly
represent the output of the wide array of individual and group participants,
and include official documents, working papers, proposals, speeches,
correspondence, periodical articles, press conferences, and ephemera
covering the planning as well as the actual conference and papal
GUIDE: 114, Puebla 79. Bibliograf´a:
Documentación soble CELAM III: Preparación y Realización.
1. Conferencia General del Episcopado Latinoamericano (3rd: 1979:
Puebla, Mexico)--Archives. 2. Catholic Church--Latin America. 3.
Sociology, Christian (Catholic).
Pulitzer prizes in journalism, 1917-1985.
-- New York : Columbia University, 1985 ; distributed by University
Microfilms International, Ann Arbor, Mich. -- 56 microfilm reels
; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 86/225
Includes award-winning journalism in all categories:
cartoons, essays, feature writing, investigative reporting, photographs,
GUIDE: 122, The Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism,
1917-85. Consists of multiple indexes: a reel index (arranged
chronologically); an annual index; an index by news organization;
by author; by prize category; and by subject.
1. Pulitzer prizes. 2. Journalism--United States--Awards.