A Guide to the Microform Collections: W
War Cabinet minutes, 1939-45
/ Public Record Office. -- [London] : HMSO Books, c1989. -- 195
microfiches : negative.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 90/8110
Reproductions of the official papers recording the War
Cabinet deliberations and decisions from the original papers preserved
in the PRO in Kew, England. The collection includes the complete
record of the Conclusions of the War Cabinet together with the Confidential
Annexes from the first meeting of Neville Chamberlain's War Cabinet
on September 3, 1939 through the seventeenth meeting of Winston
Churchill's Caretaker Cabinet on July 24, 1945. This collection
provides a vital source for research on Britain's role in World
GUIDE: 192, War Cabinet Minutes. The Microfiche
Edition. Provides a key in three sections to document references
by date. (1) By month to Conclusions; (2) by time period to War
Cabinet Index locations; and (3) by period for locations of Confidential
1. Great Britain. Cabinet Office--Archives. 2. Great Britain.
War Cabinet--Archives. 3. World War, 1939-1945--Great Britain--Sources.
See: Earl Warren oral history collection.
Warren Commission report & hearings.
-- Glen Rock, N.J. : Microfilming Corp. of America ; Ann Arbor,
Mich. : University Microfilms International distributors, 1992.
-- 7 microfilm reels : ill. ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 93/78
Contains the Report of the President's Commission
on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy (1 v.)
and Investigation of the Assassination of President John F.
Kennedy, Hearings before the President's Commission on the Assassination
of President Kennedy (26 v.)
GUIDE: Not in LC.
1. Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963-- Assassination.
2. Oswald, Lee Harvey.
Wartime translations of seized Japanese
documents : Allied Translator and Interpreter Section reports, 1942-1946.
-- California, Md. : CIS, c1988. -- 2212 microfiches : negative.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 89/281
The Allied Translator and Interpreter Section's (ATIS)
mission was to translate and analyze seized Japanese military documents
and interrogate Japanese prisoners. This collection consists of
7,200+ documents gathered between 1942 and 1946 and includes translations
of personal diaries; letters; unit field diaries; military orders
and documents; maps and charts; propaganda and psychological warfare
materials; interrogations; and technical manuals and guides. Major
subjects covered are Japanese military strategy and tactics; specific
intelligence on Japanese troop movements, equipment and order of
battle; indigenous political movements and political geography of
the Southwest Pacific; technical data on Japanese military equipment;
and, information obtained from Japanese prisoners of war during
GUIDE: Z6207.W8 W36 1988, Wartime Translations
of Seized Japanese Documents. Allied Translator and Interpreter
Section Reports, 1942-1946. Comprehensive Guide to ATIS Translations,
Interrogation Reports and Original Publications 1942-1946. Bibliography
and Indexes. Part one is a bibliography of documents, with
each entry consisting of an accession number, title, date of translation,
date of publication, collation, annotations and subject descriptors.
Part two includes an index by subjects and names, and an index by
1. World War, 1939-1945--Japan--Sources.
Watergate in court : the official
transcripts of the court proceedings of the four major Watergate
trials, including indictments & exhibits.
-- Arlington, Va : University Publications of America, [c1975].
-- 13 microfilm reels.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/242 a-d.
Transcripts from the trials of the participants in the
break-in at Washington, D.C. Democratic National Committee offices,
as well as the trials of those in the Nixon administration accused
of covering it up and obstructing justice in the attempt to unravel
the threads of involvement.
Microfilm 88-242a (2 reels) covers United States v. George
Gordon Liddy, Everette Howard Hunt, James W. McCord, Bernard L.
Barker, Eugenio R. Martinez, Frank A. Sturgis, Virgilio R. Gonzalez.
Microfilm 88-242b (2 reels) covers United States v. John
D. Erlichman, Charles W. Colson, G. Gordon Liddy, Bernard L. Barker,
Felipe DeDiego, Eugenio R. Martinez.
Microfilm 88-242c (8 reels) covers United States v. John
N. Mitchell, Harry R. Haldeman, John D. Erlichman, Robert C. Marden,
Kenneth W. Parkinson.
Microfilm 88-242d (1 reel) covers United States v. John
GUIDE: 105-124, A Guide to Watergate in
Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society
Archives. See: Methodist Missionary Society.
Western Americana, 1550-1900 : frontier
history of the trans-Mississippi west. --New
Haven, Conn. : Research Publications, . -- 617 microfilm reels
; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 51566
A collection of printed sources (many rare) for the history
of the discovery, exploration, settlement, and development of the
West from the first 16th-century explorations to the end of the
frontier in the early 20th century. The geographic scope of the
collection is from the Spanish borderlands on the south to the Arctic
Ocean on the north, and from the Mississippi Valley and Hudson's
Bay on the east to the Pacific Ocean and Bering Straits on the west.
Included are scores of personal narratives, travel accounts, memoirs
and reminiscences, along with federal and state documents, guidebooks,
state and regional historic, directories, broadsides, pamphlets,
and other ephemera, as well as traditional primary and secondary
histories. Most of the material is in English but there are also
works in Spanish, French, Italian, German and Russian.
GUIDE: Z1251.W5 W48 v. 1-2, Western Americana:
Guide and Index to the Microfilm Edition.
1. West (U.S.)--History--Sources.
Western Books on Asia: Japan.
-- Woodbridge, CT : Research Publications International, [1994 -
]. ca. 3000 microfiches : ill.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 96/78
Microfilm editions of books in Western languages from
the holdings of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University
of London, written between the seventeenth century and World War
II. The collection includes works by Western authors and Japanese
works translated into Western languages. The Library of Congress
has three of a projected eight units of this series.
GUIDE: 433, Western Books on Asia: Japan
: Guide to the Microfiche Collection (one volume for each
unit). Each guide volume has subject and main-entry (usually author)
indexes, and a listing by fiche number.
1. Japan--Civilization--Western influences. 2. Japan--Intellectual
life--Western influences. 3. Japan -- History.
Western Reserve Historical Society
Shaker collection. -- Sanford, N.C. : Microfilming
Corp. of America, . -- 973 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 5129
A collection of manuscript and printed materials covering
all aspects of American Shaker individual and communal life from
the 1780s to the 1920s. The printed materials section of the Shaker
collection consists of some 825 monographs, 2 periodicals, and 420
broadsides. The manuscript section of the collection is available
in the Manuscript Reading Room only.
GUIDE: Z7845.S5 W47 1977, The Shaker Collection
of the Western Reserve Historical Society. A reel list of
the manuscripts and a short title list of the printed material,
with cross references by numbers given in Mary Richmond's Shaker
Literature. A Bibliography, Z7845.S5 R52.
1. Shakers--Archives. 2. Shakers--United States--Sources.
What women wrote : scenarios, 1912-1929
/ edited by Ann Martin and Virginia M. Clark. -- Frederick, MD :
University Publications of America, c1987. -- 2 microfilm reels.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 89/2007
A collection of scenarios from 1912 through 1929 written
solely by women and compiled from the holdings of the Copyright
Office of the Library of Congress. It represents an era when women
were particularly active in film-writing. In many cases, copies
of the films no longer exist, so the scenarios are the primary sources
for the study of these early films. The collection broadly represents
famous to lesser-known writers, genres, and written formats. Because
of the nature of the materials submitted for copyright deposit,
some of the microfilm copies are not clear.
GUIDE: 105-250, A Guide to the Microfilm
Edition of Cinema History Microfilms Series. What Women Wrote: Scenarios,
1912-29. Indexes scenarios arranged in chronological order
by copyright registration rather than by film release date. Also
included are a scenarist index with biographical information where
available, copyright and release dates, cast and production credits,
and number of film frames.
1. Motion picture plays--Women authors. 2. American drama--Women
authors. 3. American drama--20th century.
William E. Wiener oral history library
of the American Jewish Committee. --Sanford,
N.C. : Microfilming Corporation of America, 1982- . --  microfiches
; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 82/408
Interviews that preserve the memories of Jewish immigrants
to America in the 20th century. Each of the 24 interviews covers
the interviewee's life in Europe before the Holocaust, concentration
camp experiences, immigration to America, involvement in politics,
art, business, the sciences, and law.
GUIDE: AI3.O7 no. 3, New York Times Oral
History Program, Oral History Guide No. 3, p. 117. The interviews
are arranged alphabetically by interviewees' names. The memoirs
can be requested either by number or by name.
1. Jews--United States--Interviews. 2. Jews--Europe-- Interviews.
3. Jews--Migrations--Sources. 4. Immigrants--United States--Interviews.
Witchcraft in Europe and America.
-- Woodbridge, Conn. : Research Publications, [1982?]. -- 104 microfilm
reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 83/214
A collection of over 1,000 selected texts drawn from
the holdings of 6 major libraries, covering witchcraft from such
perspectives as theology, canon law, civil law, demonology, history,
literature, science, and medicine as well as narratives and eyewitness
accounts. The earliest texts date from the 15th century and the
latest from the early 20th century, but most of the material is
concerned with the "classical period," the 16th through the 18th
centuries. In addition to classic texts, the collection includes
anti-persecution writings, works by penologists (those who administered
torture), legal and church documents, exposes of persecutions, philosophical
writings, transcripts of trials and exorcisms, etc. The majority
of texts are in Latin, English, and German, but there are also many
in Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, Danish, and Dutch.
GUIDE: Z6878.W8 R47 1983, Witchcraft in
Europe and America. Guide to the Microfilm Collection.
1. Witchcraft--Europe--Sources. 2. Witchcraft--America-- Sources.
3. Witchcraft--United States--Sources.
Witchcraft in New England
/ prepared in cooperation with the Danvers Archival Center. -- Wooster,
OH Ann Arbor, Mich. : Bell & Howell University Microfilms International,
distributor, [1980?]. -- 3 microfilm reels.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 89/9006
Reprints in whole or part over sixty works on witchcraft
from the Danvers Archival Center of the Peabody Institute of Danvers,
Massachusetts. Entire books, relevant chapters of books, and periodical
articles, mostly from the 19th century, are included. The heaviest
concentration is on the Salem witchcraft hysteria, but there is
some material on incidents elsewhere in New England, and, to a much
lesser degree, on witchcraft in other British North American colonies.
Works include general histories of the United States, histories
of New England, histories of individual towns, and witchcraft narratives.
GUIDE: 272, Witchcraft in New England.
Indexes items by reel and item number, by author, and by place of
publication, but not by subject.
1. Witchcraft--New England.
Witness index to U.S. Congressional
hearings, 25th-89th Congress, 1839-1966.
--[Westport, Conn]. : Greenwood Press, . -- 724 microfiches
; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 1012
Covers 1839-1966 (25th-89th Congress), in three sequences:
1839-1942, 1942-1956, and 1957-1966. Listed are 600,000 entries
for names of witnesses at Congressional Committee hearings. Information
for each entry includes name of witness, title of hearing or committee
before which the witness appeared, date of hearing, and reference
to volume numbers and pages in the U.S. Senate Library collection.
From 1943 on, affiliation of witness is also given.
NOTE: For indexing of hearings prior to 1970, also see CIS's
U. S. Congressional Hearings Index; and after 1970,
see the CIS Index, KF49 .C62 (also in MRR, N&CPRR,
and the Law Library).
(No Library of Congress Online Catalog entry)
GUIDE: Not in LC. Description of contents is
on inside of lid of file box holding the microfiche. Related reference
works: Index of Congressional Committee Hearings . . . in
the United States Senate Library, and supplements (through
1935), Z1223.A 1935 and Cumulative Indexes of Congressional
Committee Hearings (1935-1966), KF40.H8.
1. Witnesses--United States--Indexes. 2. United States. Congress.
Women advising women..
Marlborough, Wiltshire, England : Adam Matthew Publications, c1992-
. [40- ] microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 98/8
Part I. Early Women's Journals, c1700-1832.
This collection of 40 titles, from the Bodleian Library, contains
prescriptive literature, literary journals, tatlers, and fashion
and political journals. Among the titles are: Ladies Mercury
(1693), The Female Tatler (1709-10), The Female
Spectator (1744-46), The Wife (1756), The
Female Guardian (1787), The Female Mentor (1793),
The Parental Monitor (1796), The Scrinium
(1822), The Isis (1832).
Part II. Advice Books, Manuals, Almanacs and Journals, c1635-1837.
Contains over 300 items and focuses on prescriptive literature
and conduct books, including household and letter-writing manuals;
advice books on marriage, raising children, diet, health, and
law; guides on education and correct moral behavior; and 45 song-sheets/books
from 1800-42. Contains an almost complete run of The Ladies
Diary; or Woman's Almanac (1706-1840).
GUIDE: 462, Women Advising Women : A Listing
and Guide to the Microfilm Collection. For period 1837-1910,
see Women and Victorian Values, 1837-1910,
1. Women's periodicals, English. 2. Women--Great Britain--Social
conditions--Sources. 3. Women--Great Britain--History--Modern period,
Women and health collection.
-- Berkeley, Calif. : Women's History Research Center ; distributed
by Micrographic Systems of Connecticut, c1974. -- 14 microfilm reels
; 35 mm.
Contents: Part 1, Physical and mental health of women;
Part 2, Physical and mental illnesses of women; Part 3, Biology,
women and the life cycle; Part 4, Birth control/population control;
Part 5, Sex and sexuality; Part 6: Black and third world women--health;
Part 7, Special issues on health from mass periodicals.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/238
Consists of the clipping archive created by the Women's
History Research Center in Berkeley, California, between late 1969
and June 1974. The collection contains primarily newspaper, newsletter,
and journal articles, but it also contains letters, flyers, research
papers, posters, questionnaires, and photographs. The materials
are arranged chronologically by the broad subject areas outlined
in the guide. Some items lack dates and/or indication of sources;
some are incomplete or difficult to read. This collection is valuable
as a source of unpublished and ephemeral materials not found elsewhere
in the Library. It also provides subject access to articles in unindexed
newspapers and newsletters.
GUIDE: 127, Guide to the Microfilm Edition
of the Collection Women and Health. Contains a broad subject
index giving reel and image numbers, and a table of contents covering
the major topics on each reel.
1. Women--Health and hygiene--Miscellanea.
Women and law.
-- Berkeley : University of California Library Photographic Services
; distributed by Micrographic Systems of Connecticut, 1976. -- 40
microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
Contents: Part 1, Law/general; Part 1a, Law/general,
addenda. Part 2, Politics. Part 3, Employment. Part 4, Education.
Part 5, Rape, prison, prostitution. Part 6, Black and third world
women and law.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 88/237
Topics covered in this collection include law and legislation
affecting women in areas such as the ERA, divorce, credit, international
politics, labor history, housing, consumerism, legal services collectives,
violence, criminal justice, and women's liberation groups. For further
description of the source of these documents, see the description
of the collection, Women and health.
(Microfilm 88/238. LCCN 88-890102)
GUIDE: 126a-126f, Guide to the Microfilm
Edition of the Women's Law Library of the Women's History Research
1. Women--Legal status, laws, etc.--United States.
Women and the labour movement :
conference reports and journals of the Women's Labour League and
the Labour Party Women's Organisation 1906-1977.
-- Sussex, England : Harvester Microform, 1985. -- 247 microfiches
; 11 x 15 cm.
Contents: Section 1: conference proceedings of the Women's
Labour League, 1st through 12th and annual reports, 1906-1917 (fiches
1-10); Section 2: conference reports of the Labour Party Women's
Organisation, 1st through 53rd, 1919-1977 (fiches 11-71); Section
3: The League Leaflet, 1911-1913 (fiches 72-75); Section 4: The
Labour Woman, v. 1-61, 1913-1971 (fiches 76-247).
LC Call Number: Microfiche 88/204
The Women's Labour League was founded in 1906 as a broadly
based feminist group with representation from the Labour Party,
trade unions, and socialist and cooperative societies. It made investigations,
published a newsletter for many decades, and served as a pressure
group in such areas as women's work and its regulation and safety;
maternal and child care; education; housing; and institutional care
for the elderly and disabled. In 1918, the Women's Labour League
disappeared as a separate organization and became an integrated
part of the Labour Party, as the Labour Party's Women's Organisation.
It continued under this name until 1977, when separate proceedings
for the Women's Organisation were taken over by the Labour Party.
GUIDE: Not in LC. An introduction and table of
contents to the microfiches appears on fiche 1 and is repeated at
the beginning of section 3 (fiche 72).
1. Women's Labour League (Great Britain)--Periodicals. 2. Labour
Party (Great Britain)--Periodicals. 3. Women in trade-unions--Great
Britain--Periodicals. 4. Women and socialism--Great Britain--Periodicals.
Women and Victorian Values, 1837-1910
: advice books, manuals, and journals for women : parts 1-4, Sources
from the Boodleian Library Oxford. Marlborough,
Wiltshire, England : Adam Matthew Publications, c1996 . [40- ] microfilm
reels : ill. ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 98/10
Parts I and II contain 220 rare titles of Victorian and
Edwardian prescriptive literature and journals. Topics include cookery,
gardening, recreation, women's work, education, travel, religion,
and health. Sample titles include Family Budgets (1891-94),
A Wife's Home Duties (1859), The Sportswoman
(1908), and Women's Suffrage Record (1903-1906).
GUIDE: 460, Women and Victorian Values,
1837-1910 : Advice Books, Manuals, and Journals for Women : Parts
1-4, Sources from the Boodleian Library Oxford : A Listing and Guide
to the Microform Collection. For years 1625-1837, see Women
Advising Women, GUIDE: 462.
1. Women--Great Britain--History--19th century--Sources. 2. Women--Great
Britain--Social conditions--19th century--Sources. 3. Women--Great
Britain--Social life and customs--19th century -- Sources.
Women at work collection, from the
Imperial War Museum, Lambeth, London. --Brighton,
Sussex : Harvester Microforms, 1984- . --  microfilm reels ;
Contents: Part 1: The Army, Belgium, and Benevolent organizations;
Part 2: The British Red Cross, colonies, decorations and honours,
and education; Part 3: Employment; Part 4: Food files, France, India,
Italy, Roumania, Switzerland and local records files; Part 5: Munitions
I-VII files, prisoners I-IV, relief funds I-II, Russia files, Serbia
files, suffrage & politics I-III, U.S.A. files, volunteer corps,
welfare files, W.R.A.F. files, W.R.N.S. files.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 85/810
Consists of correspondence, memoranda, diaries, pamphlets,
press clippings, and some photographs relating to civilian relief
work and women's participation in the British war effort during
World War I. The collection includes sections on Armenian, Czech,
Polish, Syrian, Palestinian, Red Cross, and other relief funds;
on the development of a Women's Army Corps, and other aspects of
women's role in the war; on relief provided to tens of thousands
of Belgian refugees and soldiers; and on the activities and organizations
of a large array of benevolent organizations.
GUIDE: 157, Women at Work Collection, from
the Imperial Museum, Lambeth, London. Consists of a reel
guide to contents, which is also reproduced at the beginning of
each reel. Items should be requested by part number and by reel
number from the guide. A more detailed guide to the contents of
each file is filmed immediately preceding the file itself.
1. World War, 1914-1918--War Work--Great Britain--Sources. 2.
Voluntary aid detachments--History--Sources.
Women, industry, and trades unionism
: the Gertrude Tuckwell collection, 1890-1920.
--Brighton, Sussex : Harvester Press, 1981. -- 17 microfilm reels
; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 84/406
Consists of more than 700 folders of reports, unpublished
personal papers, pamphlets, leaflets, and press clippings, concerning
women's political and economic status in Great Britain between 1890
and 1922, filmed from holdings of the Trades Union Congress Library.
The files were collected by Gertrude Tuckwell, honorary secretary
of the Women's Trade Union League during that time. Major areas
covered by the files include legislation relating to women workers
and to national insurance and health insurance; women's employment,
especially women's work during World War I; the political career
of Mary Macarthur (General Secretary of the WTUL); and women and
other political organizations (e.g., the East London Suffrage
Association; the British Socialist Party; and the Trades Union
Councils of England, Scotland, and Ireland).
A small post-1922 collection, including an unpublished autobiography
of Gertrude Tuckwell, appears on the last reel.
GUIDE: Not in LC. A thematic inventory of the
files appears on reel.
1. Women--Great Britain--History--Sources.
Women, suffrage, and politics :
the papers of Sylvia Pankhurst, 1882-1960 : from the Internationaal
Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis, Amsterdam.
-- Reading, Berkshire, England : Adam Matthew Publications, 1991.
-- 37 microfilm reels : ill. ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 93/2
Personal correspondence documenting the activities of
the British suffragette, leading international socialist, and artist.
Estelle Sylvia Pankhurst was at the forefront of the social struggles
in the first half of the 20th century. She became actively involved
with the Women's Social and Political Union and founded the East
London Federation of the Suffragettes.
This collection includes her participation in the suffragette
movement 1905-1913, and her later political activities, involving
anti-militarism, antifascism, and communism. There is much material
on the Russian Revolution of 1917, Soviet Russia, 1917-1924, and
the papers of the Worker's Dreadnought, 1917-1924.
Other items cover her relief activities during World War I;
her journeys to Scandinavia, the United States, and Soviet Russia;
Ethiopia, 1936-1952, and the Pan-African Movement, as well as
her literary writings and family papers, 1863-1898.
GUIDE: 349, Inventory of the E. Sylvia
Pankhurst Papers, 1863-1960.
1. Pankhurst, E. Sylvia (Estelle Sylvia), 1882-1960--Archives.
2. Women--Suffrage--Great Britain--History--20th century--Sources.
3. Women's rights--Great Britain History--20th century--Sources.
4. Women and socialism--History--20th century--Sources. 5. Women
in politics--History--20th century--Sources. 6. Ethiopia--History-
-1889-1974--Sources. 7. Soviet Union--History--20th century-- Sources.
8. Suffragists--Great Britain--Archives.
Women's International League for
Peace and Freedom papers, 1915-1978. -- Sanford,
N.C. : Microfilming Corp. of America, c1983. -- 114 microfilm reels
; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 83/127
Includes records from the league's Geneva headquarters,
executive committee correspondence, subject files, and printed material,
as well as records from 75 national sections. Most of the film is
from holdings at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
The League, founded in 1915 under the leadership of Jane Addams
and Dr. Aletta Jacobs, has been concerned with such subjects as
disarmament, refugees, drug traffic, women's issues, labor, national
minorities, and the Middle East conflicts.
GUIDE: JX1965.W4594 1983, The Women's International
League for Peace and Freedom Papers, 1915-1978. A Guide to the Microfilm
1. Women's International League for Peace and Freedom--Archives.
2. Women and peace--History--Sources.
Women's Labour League, 1906-1918.
-- Brighton, Sussex : Harvester Press, 1981. --38 microfiches ;
11 x 15 cm.
SERIES: Archives of the British Labour Party: Series
3, General correspondence and political records; part 4.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 84/324
Consists of the papers and records of the League from
its foundation until its full integration into the British Labour
Party. Most of the records are of meetings and expenditures, with
some correspondence and a minute-book.
GUIDE: Not in LC.
1. Women's Labour League (Great Britain)--Archives. 2. Women in
Woods Highway Truck Library.
-- Glen Rock, N.J. : Microfilming Corp. of America, 1975-1977, c1975.
-- 1 microfilm reel : ports. ; 35 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm 49511
Twenty memoirs provide a first-hand retrospective account
of the birth and development of the American trucking industry from
the viewpoint of the early pioneers and innovators. Topics covered
include early gypsies, wildcatter, legal squabbles, legislative
debates, the role of organized labor, and the tug-of-war with the
railroads for a share of America's freight dollars. An overview
of the contents of the collection can be found in the memoir by
Harry Woods, the interviewer for the collection, and himself a pioneer
NOTE: Individual memoirists may be found in the computer catalog
under the series entry, Woods Highway Truck Library.
GUIDE: AI3.07 No. 1, New York Times Oral
History Program, Oral History Guide No. 1, p. 221-224.
1. Truck drivers--United States--Interviews. 2. Trucking industry--United
Working papers in economics.
-- [Ann Arbor, Mich.] : UMI, 1989-1991. -- 1405 microfiches.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 91/7005
Papers selected from the 1985-1991 output of more than
45 research centers such as the National Bureau of Economic Research,
a selection of eminent American universities, foreign academic and
research institutions, U.S. Government bureaus, and private organizations.
Working papers of economic theoreticians and analysts circulate
among their peers before publication in scholarly journals; such
publication may be delayed for as much as two years, and the final
revision may be shorn of expository material, graphs, tables, and
mathematical proofs due to space limitations by the publisher.
GUIDE: 263a-e, Working Papers in Economics.
A Guide to the Microfiche collection. Complete descriptions
are listed in fiche number order, followed by abbreviated alphabetical
indexes by author, title, and subject, and an alpha-numeric index
by the number of the paper in each institution's numbered series,
as commonly cited in bibliographies.
The World almanac and book of facts.
-- (1868- ). -- New York : Newspaper Enterprise Association, [1867?]-
. -- v. : ill., maps ; 19-22 cm. -- Microfiche. Cleveland, Ohio
: Bell & Howell, [196-]- . [ ] microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 5074
Call number of original: AY67.N5 W7.
Contains all issues from the first year of publication, 1868
through 1970. The miscellaneous information includes statistics
on demography, religion, education, politics, industry and other
subjects, as well as lists of organizations, people, events and
societies. Most issues contain illustrated articles on subjects
of current interest and advertising. Each issue contains a detailed
index, and issues through 1914 contain a separate index of important
articles in previous issues.
Request microfiche by year of almanac.
(No Library of Congress Online Catalog entry)
GUIDE: Not in LC.
1. Almanacs, American. 2. Statistics--Periodicals.
World Biographical Index of Military
Affairs. München ; New Providence :
Saur, 1997. 3 v. ; 30 cm.
LC Call Number: U51.I54 1997 MicRR
The World Biographical Index of Military Affairs is an alphabetically
arranged list of more than 107,944 biographical archives found
in this index and in the collections of the Microform Reading
Room: American Biographical Archive, Archives Biographiques
Françaises, Archivio Biographico
Italiano, Archivo Biográfico
de España, Portugal e Iberoamérica,
British Biographical Archive, and
Deutsches Biographisches Archiv.
The three volume guide provides an alphabetical index and archival
indexes for each of the publications listed above.
1. Military biography--Dictionaries. 2. Military biography--Archival
World Conference of the International
Women's Year 1975 : Conference Centre of the Mexican Ministry of
Foreign Affairs. Documents. -- New York :
UNIFO, 1975. -- 69 microfiches : negative ; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 5006
Documentation produced by the U.N. for, about, and during
the conference, held in 1975 in Mexico City. This collection includes
short studies on the status of women, international plans of action,
messages from heads of state, press releases, agenda items, and
Request by U.N. document number.
NOTE: The collection does not include the final report of the
Conference (U. N.document number E/CONF.66/34).
(No Library of Congress Online Catalog entry)
GUIDE: HQ1106 1975 .W66 1975, International
Women's Year World Conference Documents Index ; see also,
Report of the World Conference of the International Women's
Year, Mexico City, 19 June-2 July 1974, JX1977.A2 E/CONF
.66/34; other copies, HQ1106 1975 .R46
1. International Women's Year, 1975--Archives.
World Conference to Review and Appraise
the Achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women : Equality,
Development & Peace. -- Sarasota, Florida
: UNIFO Publishers, 1986. -- 62 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 88/203
Comprises the vast majority of official documentation
made available to participants. It also includes other related papers,
selected press releases, DPI/DESI information papers, bulletins,
GUIDE: 132, [United Nations Decade for
Women. Nairobi, Kenya 15 to 26 July 1985. Index Microlibrary Edition].
World Council of Churches. Commission
on Faith and Order. Official, numbered publications
/ Alfred Thomas DeGroot, editor. -- Peoria, Ariz. : Ecumenism Research
Agency, 196- . --  microfilm reels ; 16 mm.
LC Call Number: Microfilm (o) 83/310
A collection of official documents of the World Council
of Churches Commission on Faith and Order, from 1910 to 1979. The
documents include meeting minutes, pamphlets, reports, and documents.
NOTE: Some items in French, Spanish, German, or Greek.
1. World Council of Churches. Commission on Faith and Order--Periodicals.
2. Christian union--Periodicals. 3. Ecumenical movement--Periodicals.
World Peace Foundation pamphlets.
-- Boston : World Peace Foundation, [1923-1930]. --[v. 6, no. 3-v.
12, no. 6] : maps. "Vol. I-Vol. VI, No. 2, issued under the title
'League of Nations'."
LC Call Number: Microfilm 83/339
Pamphlets compiled by various authors and institutions
and published by the foundation to educate people on the waste and
destructiveness of war and to promote international justice and
the brotherhood of man. Founded in Boston in 1910 by Edwin Ginn,
the foundation concerned itself with many of the events leading
up to and including World War I and its aftermath, as well as the
promotion and operation of the League of Nations. In October 1917,
when this collection begins, the foundation changed the title of
its pamphlet series to League of Nations. It discontinued
this title in 1923 with volume 6, no. 3, and returned to the World
Peace Foundation series title, and described itself as the
"American agent for the official publications of the League of Nations."
GUIDE: Not in LC.
1. League of Nations. 2. International cooperation.
World War II combat interviews.
-- [Bethesda, Md.] : University Publications of America, c1989.
-- 573 microfiches : negative.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 90/8097
A collection of 380 interviews, including maps, photographs,
narratives, field orders, operations reports, sketches, and similar
materials gathered by a small number of trained military historians
who followed the action in Europe. Starting with D-Day, they systematically
interviewed American combat participants from every rank throughout
the war until VE Day. The original group was assigned to units of
the First and Third armies, and as more historians became available,
coverage was gradually extended to the Seventh, Ninth, and Fifteenth
Organization is by unit, with 43 infantry divisions, 13 armored,
and 2 airborne divisions represented along with sections of 8
cavalry groups, 2 ranger battalions, 10 corps, and 3 armies.
GUIDE: 105-235, Armed Forces Oral Histories:
World War II Combat Interviews. Contains a series of detailed
indexes arranged by military units and by sites of military actions.
There is also a chronological guide and a bibliography with concise
abstracts of each of the combat interviews.
1. World War, 1939-1945--Personal narratives, American.
Worldnet : U.S.-world archive of
corporate interlocks / Joel H. Levine. --
Hanover, N.H : WORLDNET, c1980. -- 8 microfiches : negative.
LC Call Number: Microfiche 91/7013
Collection not located as of 5/99.
See: Scrap books.