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no. 8, 1923

29625

See Delaware.

Rand McNally standard map of

Wisconsin. Scale 16 mi. to an inch. Western states. Judge's western states Size 25 by 183 inches. © May 19, map. Scale 30 mi. to an inch.

1923; 2 c. May 26; F 39185; RandSize 62 by 41 inches. © June 20, McNally & co., Chicago. 29616 1923; 2 c. June 25; F 39350; W. Elliott Judge, San Francisco. 29606

29606 World. Bacon's standard map of world.

Size 34 by 44 inches. © Aug. 27, Westfield, Mass. . 1923–1924. Scale

1923; 2 c. Sept. 1; F 39585; Weber800 ft. to an inch. Size 13 by 163

Costello co., Chicago Heights, Ill. inches. © June 29, 1923; 2 c. July

29617 2; F 39365; Price & Lee co., New Haven, Conn.

29607 Bacon's standard map of world in

hemispheres. Size 34 by 44 inches. Westwood, Lassen Co., Calif. [Insur

© Aug. 21, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 1; F ance maps] June, 1923. Scale 50 ft.

39583; Weber-Costello co., Chicago to an inch. 10 sheets, size 25 by 21

Heights, Ill.

29618 inches. © Sept. 28, 1923; 2 c. Oct. 4; F 42649; Sanborn map co., Pelham, Goode's school atlas, physical, poN. Y.

29608 litical, and economic, for American White Plains, N. Y. (Insurance maps

schools and colleges. xii, 96, 41 p.

col. maps. 4to. © Oct. 4, 1923; 2 c. July, 1923. Scale 50 ft. to an inch.

Oct. 12; aff. Oct. 8; A 760325; Rand, 2 sheets, size 25 by 21 inches. ©

McNally & co., Chicago. 29619 Sept. 12, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 19; F 42635*; Sanborn map co., Pelham, N. Y.

Map S9a. World, political and 29609 commercial. Scale 400 mi. to an inch.

Size 40 by 61 inches. © Apr. 2, 1923; Whittier, Calif. Midget map of Whit- 2 C. Apr. 27; F 39338; Denoyertier and vicinity, California. Scale ;

Geppert co., Chicago.

29620 mi. to an inch. Size 8 by 10 inches. © June_23, 1923; 2 c. July 12; F Map S9b. World, commercial. 39420; Franklin P. Borgnis, Los

Scale 400 mi. to an inch. Size 40 by Angeles.

29610 61 inches. © Apr. 22, 1923; 2 c.

Apr. 27; F 39340; Denoyer-Geppert Willimantic, Conn. , Map of Willico., Chicago.

29621 mantic, Conn. 1923. Size 157 by 202 inches. © Sept. 13, 1923; 2 c.

Rand McNally & co.'s outline map Sept. 15; F 39612; Price & Lee co.,

of the hemispheres. Size 121 by 19 New Haven, Conn.

29611

inches. © May 18, 1923; 2 c. June 18;

F 39380; Rand-McNally & co., ChiWillits, Calif. Automobile roads from cago.

29622 Willits and Fort Bragg to Eureka.

Standard map drills. 1-10. TeachScale 11 mi. to an inch. Size 113 by

er's key: 20 cards, maps, 9 by 61 in., 6 inches. © July 31, 1923; 2 c. Aug. 7; F 39485; California State auto

in envelope, 9f by 77 in. Contents:

1. North America.-2. United States.mobile assn., San Francisco. 29612

3. Eastern United States.-4. Central Wisconsin. Gray's trunk line map of

United States. - 5. Western United

Wisconsin. Size 23 by 17 inches.

States.-6. South America.—7. Eu

© June 2, 1923; 2 c. June 15;

rope.

.-8. Asia.-9. Africa.–10. OceaF 39300; Clarence J. Gray, Detroit,

nia. © Nov. 14, 1922; 2 c. Apr. 28, Mich.

29613

1923; aff. Apr. 23; A 703972; Plymnouth press, Chicago.

29623 New commercial and census map, Webster-Knowlton-Hazen European Wisconsin. Scale 8 mi. to an inch.

history maps.

no. A. H. 1. Ancient Size 41 by 32 inches. © Aug. 20,

world, trade routes and commercial 1923; 2 c. Aug. 27; F 39573; National

products. Scale 102 mi. to an inch.

. map co., Indianapolis.

29614

Size 34 by 47 inches. © Sept. 4, North American company, map

1923; 2 c. Sept. 20; F 39621; A. J. showing systems controlled by Wis

Nystrom & co., Chicago. 29624 consin subsidiary companies. Scale

A. H. 2. Geographical know12 mi. to an inch. Size 8 by 12 ledge in antiquity; four maps. Size inches. © July 5, 1923; 2 c. July 14; 331 by 461 inches. © July 27, 1923; F 39428; Poor's pub. co., New York. 2 c. Sept. 20; F 39622; A. J. Nys29615 trom & co., Chicago.

29625

29626

pt. 1, n. s., v. 20

World-Continued.

2 2 c. July 2; F 39388; Rand, McNally A. H. 3. Centers of early & co., Chicago.

29628 civilization, Egyptian, old Babylonian and Aegean. Scale 70 mi. to an inch. Wrightstown, Burlington Co., N. J. Size 34 by 47 inches. © Sept. 4, 1923; Insurance maps] July, 1923. Scale 2 c. Sept. 20; F 39623; A. J. Nystrom 50 ft. to an inch. 2 sheets, size 25 by & co., Chicago.

29626 21 inches. © Sept. 8, 1923; 2 c. Sept.

13; F 42618; Sanborn map co., PelA. H. 4. Oriental emham, N. Y.

29629 pires; four maps. Scale 150 mi. to an inch. Size 34 by 47 inches. © Sept. 4, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 20; F 39624; A. J. Wyoming. Midget map of the best roads Nystrom & co., Chicago. 29627

of Wyoming. Scale 38 mi. to an inch.

Size 8 by 101 inches. © Apr. 3, 1923; World on Mercator's projection. 2 c. Aug. 11; F 39499; Clason map co., Size 19 by 26 inches. © June 26, 1923; I enver.

29630

Number of entries of Maps included in the catalogue since Jan. 1, 1923---

1792

CLASSES LAND M. MOTION PICTURES.

Age (The) of desire; adapted from the Beasts of paradise; no. 1, The mystery

story by Dixie Willson, directed by ship, story by Val Cleveland, directed Frank Borzage. 6 reels. © Sept. 20, by William Craft. 2 reels. © Sept. 1923; 2 c. and description Sept. 20; 17, 1923; 2 c. and description Sept. L 19416; Arthur H. Jacobs, % Asso- 21; L 19427; Universal pictures corp., ciated 1st natl. pictures, inc., New New York,

29640 York.

29631

Below the Rio Grande; from the story, Alias the Night Wind; story by Varick

The fighting pedagogue, by H. A. Vanardy, scenario by Robert N. Lee,

Halbert, jr., adapted and directed by directed by Joseph Franz. 5 reels.

Neal Hart. Clippings from reel. © © Aug. 19, 1923; 2 c. and description

title, description and 356 prints recd. Aug. 22; L 19335; William Fox, New

Aug. 24, 1923; L 19344; Wm. Steiner York.

29632
productions, inc., New York.

29641 Almost married; produced by Eddie

Bill Brennan's claim. 2 reels. © Sept. Lyons. 2 reels. © Sept. 4, 1923; 2 c.

1, 1923; 2 c. and description Sept. 5; and description Sept. 4; L 19374;

L 19375; Universal pictures corp., Arrow film corp., New York. 29633

New York.

29642 Americano (The); story by John Emerson and Anita Loos, directed by John

Blown from the cliff. See Steel (The) Emerson. 5 reels. © Aug. 21, 1923;

trail. 2 c. and description Aug. 21; L 19328; Tri-stone pictures, inc., New York. Boiling (The) springs. See In the

29634 days of Daniel Boone. April showers; written and adapted by

Boone's triumph. See In the days of Hope Loring and Louis D. Lighton,

Daniel Boone. directed by Tom Forman. 6 reels. © Breaking into society; written and Sept. 4, 1923; 2 c. and description

directed by Hunt Stromberg. 5 Sept. 4; L 19377; Preferred pictures,

reels. © Aug. 30, 1923; 2 c. and

29635 inc., New York.

description Aug. 30; L 19362; Hunt Are waitresses safe; directed by Victor Stromberg productions, %

R-C Heerman. 2 reels. © Sept. 11, 1923; pictures, corp., New York. 29643 2 c. and description Sept. 18; L 19405; Famous players-Lasky corp.,

Broken (The) wing; adapted from the York.

29636 play by Paul Dickey and Charles W.

Goddard, screen version by and diAshes of vengeance; by H. B. Somer

rected by Tom Forman. 6 reels. © ville, adapted and directed by Frank

Sept. 10, 1923; 2c. and description Lloyd. 10 reels. © Aug. 30, 1923; Sept. 10; L 19385; Preferred pictures, 2 c. and description Aug. 30; L 19346;

inc., New York.

29644 Joseph M. Schenck, % Associated first

natl. pictures, inc., New York. 29637 Call (The) of the wild; photoplay by Back to earth; written and directed by

Fred Jackman. Clippings from reel. Al Herman. 2 reels. © Aug. 1,

© title, description and 160 prints 1923; 2 c. and description Aug. 7;

recd. Aug. 11, 1923; L 19295; Pathe L 19283; Universal pictures corp.,

exchange, inc., New York. 29645 New York.

29638

Captain Applejack. See Strangers of Barnaby's grudge. See Leather (The)

the night. pushers.

Cat (The) that failed; by Paul Terry. Be yourself. 2 reels. © Sept. 21, 1923; Clippings from reel. © title, de

2 c. and description Sept. 21; L scription and 20 prints recd. Aug. 7, 19417; Arrow film corp., New York. 1923; M 2308; Pathe exchange, inc., 29639 New York.

29646

corp., New

29647

pt. I, 11. s., v. 20

Cat's (The) revenge; by Paul Terry. Cricket (The) on the hearth; adapted

Clippings from reel. © title, de- from the story of the same name by scription and 16 prints recd. Aug. 11, Charles Dickens, scenario by Caroline 1923; M 2311; Pathe exchange, inc., Frances Cooke, directed by Lorimer New York.

29647 Johnston. 7 reels. © Aug. 11, 1923;

2 c. and description Aug. 17; L 19311; Cat's (The) whiskers; by Paul Terry. Paul Gerson

Gerson pictures

pictures corp., San Clippings from reel. © title, descrip- Francisco.

29656 tion and 16 prints recd. Sept. 1, 1923; M 2317; Pathe exchange, inc., New York.

Crushed. See Steel 29648

See Steel (The) trail. Chapter (A) in her life; based on the Cuckoo. Reel. © Sept. 10, 1923; 2 c.

story, Jewel, by Clara Louise Burn- and description Sept. 14; L 19391; ham, adapted and directed by Lois Universal pictures corp., New York. Weber. 6 reels. © Aug. 9, 1923;

29657 2 c. and description Aug. 14; L 19309; Universal pictures corp., New York. Dancing love; directed by William

29649
Watson. Reel.

Reel. © Aug. 28, 1923; Chasm (The) of fate. See Santa Fe

2 c. and description Aug. 30; L 19356; (The) trail.

Universal pictures corp., New York.

29658 Cheat (The); from the story by Hector

Turnbull, adapted by Ouida Bergere, Daring (The) years; story by Daniel directed by George Fitzmaurice. 8 Carson Goodman, directed by Kenreels. © Aug. 15, 1923; 2 c. and de- neth Webb. 7 reels. © Aug. 14, scription Aug. 21; L 19324; Famous 1923; 2 c. and description Aug. 14; players-Lasky corp., New York. L 19306; Daniel Carson Goodman

29650 corp., % Equity pictures corp., New York.

29659 Chief Blackfish attacks. See In the days of Daniel Boone.

David Copperfield; photoplay

by Clean (The) up; story by H. H. Van

Laurids Skands. Clippings from Loan, scenario by Eugene B. Lewis reel. © title, description and 116 and Harvey Gates, directed by prints recd. Sept. 1, 1923; L 19369; William Parke. 5 reels. © Sept. 6,

Associated exhibitors, inc., New 1923; 2 c. and description Sept. 8;

York.

29660 L 19384; Universal pictures corp., New York.

29651 Daytime wives; story by Leonore Coffee

and John Goodrich, adaptation by Colonel Heeza Liar in the African

Wyndham Gittens and Helmer Bergjungles; directed by Vernon Stal

man. 7 reels. © Aug. 7, 1923; 2 c. lings. Reel. © Sept. 8, 1923; 2 c.

and description Aug. 7; L 19280; R-C and description Sept. 8; M 2320;

pictures corp., New York. 29661 Bray productions, inc., New York.

29652

Derby day; by Paul Terry. Clippings Colonel Heeza Liar's vacation; directed

from reel. © title, description and by Vernon Stallings. Reel. © Sept.

18 prints recd. Sept. 1, 1923; M 2318; 8, 1923; 2_c. and description Sept. 8;

Pathe exchange, inc., New York.

29662 M 2321; Bray productions, inc., New York.

29653

Desire; story by John B. Clymer and Cordelia the magnificent; story by

Henry R. Symonds, adapted from the Leroy Scott, directed by George story by John B. Clymer, directed by Archainbaud. 7 reels. © June 11,

Rowland V. Lee. 7 reels. © Sept. 1923; 2 ċ. and description Sept. 5;

17, 1923; 2 c. and description Sept. 19; L 19379; Samuel Zieler photoplay

L 19414; Louis Burston, New York. corp., New York. 29654

29663 Covered (The) schooner; directed by Destroying (The) angel; photoplay by Harry Edwards. 2 reels.

© Aug. Leah Baird. Clippings from reel. © 30, 1923; 2 c. and description Aug. title, description and 120 prints recd. 30; L 19349; Grand-Asher distrib- Aug. 11, 1923; L 19297; Associated uting corp., New York. 29655 exhibitors, inc., New York. 29664 no. 8, 1923

29682

Does it pay; story by Julius Steger, 1923; 2 c. and description Sept. 14;

scenario by Howard Irving Young, L 19396; Universal pictures corp., photoplay by Fox film corp., directed New York,

29674 by Charles Horan. 7 reels. © Sept. 1, 1923; 2 c. and description Sept. 19; Fighting blood; round 2, She supes to L 19410; William Fox, New York. conquer, story by H. C. Witwer,

29665 scenario by Beatrice Van, directed by

Henry Lehrman. 2 reels. © Aug. 5, Don't marry for money; from the story 1923; 2 c. Aug. 7; description Aug.

by Hope Loring and Louis D. Lighton, 13; L 19282; R-C pictures corp., directed by Clarence L. Brown. 6 New York.

29675 reels. © Aug. 30, 1923; 2 c. and description Aug 30; L 19363; B. P. | Fighting fists. 2 reels. © Aug. 14, Fineman, % Weber and North, New 1923; 2 c and description Aug. 15; York.

29666 L 19310; Universal pictures corp., New York.

29676 Don't play hookey; directed by Archie

Mayo. 2 reels. © Aug. 30, 1923; 2 c. Fighting (The) pedagogue. See Below
and description Aug. 30; L 19351; the Rio Grande.
Grand-Asher distributing corp., New
York.

29667

Fighting (The) strain; story by, adapted

by and directed by Neal Hart. ClipDropped from the clouds. 2 reels. ©

pings from reel. © title, description Sept. 17, 1923; 2 c. and description

and 245 prints recd. Aug. 6, 1923; L Sept. 21; L 19426; Universal pictures

19277; Wm. Steiner productions, inc., 29668 New York.

29677 corp., New York. Dulcy; directed by Sidney A. Franklin. Finger prints; photoplay by Hal E. 7 reels. © Aug. 21, 1923; 2 c. and

Roach. Clippings from reel. © title, description Aug. 21; L 19322; Joseph

description and 20 prints recd. Aug. M. Schenck, % Associated first natl.

11, 1923; L 19298; Pathe exchange,

29669 pictures, inc., New York.

inc., New York.

29678 Eagle's (The) feather; story by Kath

Flaming (The) forest. See In the days

of Daniel Boone. erine Newlin Burt, directed by Edward Sloman. 7 reels. © Sept. 5, Foolish parents; by Lesley Masen and 1923; 2 c. and description Sept. 17;

George Martin. Clippings from reel. L 19401; Metro pictures corp., New © title, description and 116 prints York.

29670

recd. Sept. 1, 1923; L 19368; AssociEleventh (The) hour; story by Lincoln

ated exhibitors, inc., New York.

29679 J. Carter, scenario by Louis Sherwin, photoplay by Fox film corp., directed

Fort (The) in the forest. See In the by Bernard J. Durning. 7 reels. ©

days of Daniel Boone. Aug. 1, 1923; 2 c. and description Sept. 19; L 19412; William Fox, New Friend husband; directed by Walter York.

29671 Wright. 2 reels. © Sept. 12, 1923;

2

2 c. and description Sept. 18; L 19406; Eternal (The) struggle; from G. B.

Famous players-Lasky corp., New Lancaster's novel, The Lawbringers,

York.

29680 adapted by J. G. Hawks, scenario by Monte M. Katterjohn, directed by Gauntlet (The) of death. See Santa Fe Reginald Barker. 8 reels. © Sept. 5, (The) trail. 1923; 2 c. and description Sept. 17; L 19403; Louis B. Mayer productions, Germ (The); by Charles Swinton New York.

29672 Warnock. Clippings from reel. ©

title and description recd. July 13, Face to face; story and scenario by 1923; 19 prints recd. July 27; M 2312;

George W. Pyper, directed by Robert Chas. Swinton Warnock, San Antonio, North Bradbury. 2 reels. © Aug. 21,

Tex.

29681 1923; 2 c. and description Aug. 23; L 19339; Universal pictures corp.,

Going up; photoplay by Raymond New York.

29673 Griffith. Clippings from reel. © title,

description and 129 prints recd. Sept. Fashion follies; written and directed by 1, 1923; L 19364; Associated exhibAl Herman. 2 reels. © Sept. 10, itors, inc., New York.

29682

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