Jump to Navigation

Kansas Historical Quarterly - Recent Additions - May 1941

Compiled by HELEN M. MCFARLAND,Librarian

(Vol. 10, No. 2), pages 175 to 202.
Transcribed by lhn;
digitized with permission of the Kansas Historical Society

Kansas Historical Quarterly, May 1941IN ORDER that members of the Kansas Historical Society and others interested in historical study may know the class of books we are receiving, a list is printed annually of the books accessioned in our specialized fields. These books come to us from three sources, purchase, gift and exchange, and fall into the following classes: Books by Kansans and about Kansas; books on the West, including explorations, overland journeys and personal narratives; genealogy, local history and out-of-state directories; and books on the Indians of North America, United States history, biography and allied subjects which are classified as general.

We receive regularly the publications of many historical societies by exchange, and subscribe to other historical and genealogical publications which are needed in reference work.

The following is a partial list of books which were added to the library from October l, 1939, to September 30, 1940. Government and state official publications and some books of a general nature are not included. The total number of books accessioned appeared in the report of the secretary in the February issue of the Quarterly.

KANSAS

ABILENE, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Seventieth Anniversary: Historical, 1869-1939. Comp. by C. C. Wyandt. [Abilene, Shadinger Printing Company, 1939.1
Air Mail Collector. Vol. 1, No. 1-Vol. 4, No. 11; November, 1928-September, 1932. Holton, The Gossip Printery, 1928-1932. 4 Vols.
ALLEN, PAUL, Kansas Mammals. Topeka, Kansas State Printing Plant, 1940. (Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia, Studies in Education, Nineteenth of the Series.)
ANDERSON, MRS. BERNICE (GOUDY), Indian Steep Man Tales. Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1940.
ARNOLD, OREN, and JOHN P. HALE, Hot Irons; Heraldry of the Range. New York, The Macmillan Company, 1940.
BEARDSLEE, MRS. ETTA (ALDRICH), Lebanon's Golden Jubilee: Fifty Years of Living in a Little Kansas Town, 1887-1937. [Lebanon, Lebanon Times] n. d.
BEAMY, JEROME, Americans All Over. New York, The John Day Company [c1940].
BETZ, BERT READ, comp., Souvenir of the Betz-Diehl Reunion; a Brief of the Organization, Constitution and By-laws With a List of Officers, Members and Other Information. N. p., 1940.

(175)

176 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

BLACKMAR, FRANK WILSON, Justifiable Individualism. New York, Thomas Y. Crowell Company [c1922].
BLAIR, ED, Random Rhymes. Spring Hill, New Era Publishing Company [c1939].
BROWNE, CHARLES HERBERT, A History of the 137th Infantry; an All-Kansas Regiment. Horton, The Headlight Printshop, 1940.
BURDICK, WILLIAM LIVESEY, The Bench and Bar of Other Lands. Brooklyn, N. Y., Metropolitan Law Book Company, Inc. [cl939].
CALLAWAY, ASA BERTON, With Packs and Rifles; a Story of the World War. Boston, Meador Publishing Company, 1939.
CHUBBIC, P. G., and H. R. CHUBBIC, comps. and pubs., A Directory of Mitchell County, Kansas. . . . Beloit, P. G. and H. R. Chubbic, 1907.
CLAY CENTER, FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Rededication, First dirt Episcopal Church, Sunday, December 18, 1938, Clay Center, Kansas. No impr.
CLUGSTON, WILLIAM GEORGE, Rascals in Democracy. New York, Richard R. Smith, 1940.
CODY, WILLIAM FREDERICK, True Tales of the Plains. New York, Cupples and Leon Company, 1908.
COLIN, GALEN C., Battling Buckaroos. New York, Phoenix Press [c1940].
COONS, MRS.
MATTIE MAILS, Pioneer Days in Kansas; Dedicated to Father and Mother John and Martha Mails. Manhattan, 1939.
CUMMINGS, W. H., School Days at Rose, 1871-1938. No impr. Mimeographed.
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, KANSAS, Proceedings of the Forty-Second Annual State Conference, Topeka, Kansas, March 18, 19, 20, 1940. No impr.
DILLON, JOHN A., Doc: Facts, Fables and Foibles. Boston, Richard G. Badger [1926].
DONALD, JAY, Outlaws of the Border; A Complete and Authentic History of the Lives of Frank and Jesse James, the Younger Brothers, and Their Robber Companions, Including Quantrell and His Noted Guerillas. Chicago, Coburn & Newman Publishing Company, 1882.
EDSON, CHARLES LEROY, Dulcinea's Diary. Charleston, S. C., Southern Printing and Publishing Company, 1924.
--, Lips of Almond Bloom; a Romance of Yankee Love. . . . Charleston, S. C., Southern Printing and Publishing Company, 1924.
--, Prairie Fire, an Epic Poem in Flashes of Rhyme. . . . Charleston, S. C., Southern Printing and Publishing Company, 1924.
--, Rhymes & Circuses. Charleston, S. C., Southern Printing and Publishing Company, 1924.
--, Whale Meat; a Shocking Portrayal of Our Tribal Belief in Free Food From the North Pole. Charleston, S. C., Southern Printing and Publishing Company, 1924.
EDWARDS, A. D., Influence of Drought and Depression on a Rural Community; a Case Study in Haskell County, Kansas. Washington, D. C., 1939. (U. S. Department of Agriculture, Farm Security Administration and the Bureau of Agricultural Economics . . . Social Research Report, No. VII)

RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 177

EDWARDS, JOHN BEACH, Early Days in Abilene. Printed in the Abilene Chronicle, 1896; Reprinted in the Abilene Daily Chronicle, 1938, With Added Material From the Papers of J. B. Edwards. [Abilene, 1940.]
EMERSON, CLARENCE O., Homely Poems. [Topeka, The Hall Lithographing Company, 1940.]
FEDERAL WRITERS' PROJECT, KANSAS, Kansas; a Guide to the Sunflower State. Compiled and Written by the Federal Writers' Project of the Works Projects Administration for the State of Kansas. New York, The Viking Press, 1939.
[FENN, ALVA LEON, comp.], "Napoleon and the Red Leg." [Hutchinson] c1939. .
FIELD, WILLIAM D., Studies in Kansas Insects; a Treatise Descriptive of the More Common Species. Contents: A Manual of the Butterflies and Skippers of Kansas.
Topeka, KansaS State Printing Plant, 1939. (University of Kansas, Department of Entomology, Bulletin, No. 12.)
FITZGERALD, MARY PAUL, SISTER, Beacon on the Plains. Leavenworth, The Saint Mary College, 1939.
FOLMER, HENRI, The Mallet Expedition of 1739 Through Nebraska, Kansas and Colorado to Santa Fe. (Reprinted From The Colorado Magazine, Vol. 16, No. 5, Sept., 1939.)
FREDERICK, JAMES VINCENT, Ben Holladay the Stagecoach King; a Chapter in the Development of Transcontinental Transportation. Glendale, The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1940.
FREEMASONS, ANCIENT FREE AND ACCEPTED, HORTON LODGE NO. 326, A 50-year History of Horton Lodge No. 326 A. F. & A. M. Horton, Kansas, 1890-1940. Compiled for the Golden Anniversary, February 19, 1940. [Horton, The Headlight Printshop, 1940.]
GAEDDERT, GUSTAVE RAYMOND, The Birth of Kansas. Topeka, Kansas State Printing Plant, 1940. (University of Kansas Publications; Social Science Studies, 1940, No. 1.)
GATES, FRANK CALEB, Annotated List of the Plants of Kansas: Ferns and Flower Plants, With Maps Showing Distribution of Species. Topeka, Kansas State Printing Plant, 1940. (KansaS State College, Department of Botany, Contribution, No. 391.)
GLEDHILL, ALFRED ERNEST, Among We Sens (Being Lancashire, England, Dialect, Meaning, "Among Ourselves"). Lamar, Colo., The Lamar Register Press, 1939.
GOENNER, W. G., comp., The History of Zenda. No impr.
GORDON, JONATHAN WESLEY, An Argument Designed to Show the Origin of the Troubles in Kansas, and the Remedy Therefor; Delivered in Masonic Hall, Indianapolis, September 29th, 1856. Indianapolis, Indiana State Journal Steam Press Print, 1856.
GRIFFIN, CHARLES ELDRIDGE, Four Years in Europe With Buffalo Bill, a Descriptive Narrative of the Big American Show's Successful Tour . . Albia, Iowa, Stage Publishing Company, 1908.
HAMMOND, GEORGE PETER, Coronado's Seven Cities. Albuquerque, United States Coronado Exposition Commission, 1940.
-HAMMOND, GEORGE PETER, and EDGAR F. GOAD, The Adventure of Don Francisco Vasquez de Coronado. [Albuquerque, The University of New Mexico Press, c1938.]

178 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

HARBORD, JAMES GUTHRIE, Address at Stratford Hall, May 7, 1939. No impr. Address at the Graduation Exercises, U. S. Military Academy, June 10, 1932. No impr.
--, Address Delivered at the Dedication of the Monument at Hill 204, Near Chateau-Thierry, France, Erected in Memory of the American Soldiers Who Died in the Aisne-Marne Salient During the World War, October 7, 1937. No impr.
--, Again We Dream While Clouds Gather; Address Delivered in the Civic Forum Series at the Town Hall, New York City, January 3w 1935. No impr.
--, A Chief of Staff in the Theater of Operations; an Address . . at the Army War College, Washington, D. C., April 6, 1939. No impr. .
--, The Colonial Spirit in a Changing World; an Address to the New York Society of the Order of the Founders and Patriots of America . . New York City, January 15, 1937. No impr.
--, The Decentralization of Relief . . . an Address Delivered at the University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee, April 17, 1940. No impr. Electrical Knowledge and Its Future Relationship to Mass Communication; Address Before the Open Forum of the Institute of Public Affairs of the University of Virginia, July 16, 1936. No impr.
--, Extra-Constitutional Government; an Address Before the Springfield Chamber of Commerce, Springfield, Mass., April 8, 1929. No impr. History in the Making and the Writing; an Address Before the Members of the Catholic Writers Guild of America, at De La Salle Institute New York, January 28, 1938 . . . No impr.
--, Isolation as a Substitute for Preparedness; an Address Before the Henrietta Wells Livermore School of Politics . . New York, N. Y., February 15, 1937. No impr.
--, Memories of Three Great Generals of France, Foch, Joffre, Petain; Address . . . to the Alumni Association of Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Illinois, June 5, 1933. No impr.
--, National Defense; a Radio Address to the Veterans of the Second Division Association, A. E. F. . . . St. Louis, Missouri, July 20w 1940. No impr.
--, Personalities and Personal Relationships in the American Expeditionary Forces; Address at the Army War College, Washington, D. C., April 29, 1933. Washington, D. C., United States Government Printing Office, 1933.
--, Practical Democracy in New York City; an Address Delivered Over Radio Station WEAF . . . September Eighth, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty. No impr.
--. The Promise of Radio; an Address . . World Radio Conference, Sydney, N. S. W., April 5, 1938. No impr. .
--, Radio and the Americas; an Address Delivered Before the Eighth American Scientific Congress, Washington, D. C., May 15, 1940. No impr. Radio as a Phase of Industrial Preparedness; an Address Before the Army Ordnance Association . . . Washington, D. C., May 12, 1937. No impr.
--, Radio as a Social Force; an Address Given Before . . . the, New York Junior League Club, December 1, 1936 . . . No impr.

RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 179

--, Radio in Education; an Address Delivered on April 17, 1936, at the University of Chattanooga . . . No impr.
--, Radio in the World War and the Organization of an American-Owned TransoCeanic Radio Service; an Address Before . . . the Harvard Business School, April 23, 1928. No impr.
--, The Relative Position of the Individual Under Democratic and Totalitarian States; an Address Delivered at . . . the Institute of Public Affairs of the University of Virginia, July 11, 1939. No impr.
--, The Services of Supply From July, 1918, to May, 1919; Lecture at the Army War College . . . Washington, United States Government printing Office, 1930.
--, Some Observations Around the Pacific; a Series of Three Addresses, Broadcast Over a National Broadcasting Company Network on August 30, September 6 and 13, 1938. No impr.
--.The World War; Address Delivered at the Army War College on Certain Historical Phases of the World War . . . Washington, United States Government Printing Office, 1932.
--, World Wireless; the Engineer's Place in Radio Communication; an Address . . . Before Princeton University on November 12, 1925
--, The Guild of Brackett Lectures [Princeton University], 1936.
--, The Years Between; an Address . . . Before the Union League Club of Chicago, on November 10, 1938 . . . No impr.
HARRIS, JOHN PETER, Busman's Holiday. [Hutchinson, 1939.]
HAMSON, MARY BENNETT, Shining Windows. Los Angeles, Harrison and Hathaway [cl925].
HISTORICAL RECORDS SURVEY, KANSAS, American Imprints Inventory, No. 10; Check List. of Kansas Imprints, 1854-1876. Topeka, The WPA Historical Records Survey Project, 1939. Mimeographed.
-, Inventory of Federal Archives in the States . . . Series II; The Federal Courts, No. 15, Kansas. Topeka, The Historical Records Survey, 1938. Mimeographed.
-, Inventory of Federal Archives in the States . . . Series III; The Department of the Treasury, No. 15, Kansas. Topeka, The Historical Records Survey, 1938. Mimeographed.
Inventory of Federal Archives in the States . . . Series V; The Department of Justice, No. 15, Kansas. Topeka, The Historical Records Survey, 1939. Mimeographed.
Inventory of Federal Archives in the States Department of the Navy, No. 15, Kansas. Topeka, The Historical Records Survey, 1939. Mimeographed.
Inventory of Federal Archives in the States . . . Series VIII; The Department of the Interior, No. 15, Kansas. Topeka, The Kansas HiStorical Records Survey Project, 1940. Mimeographed.
Inventory of Federal Archives in the States . . . Series IX; The - Department of Agriculture, No. 15, Kansas. Topeka, The Historical Records Survey, 1939. Mimeographed.
Inventory of Federal Archives in the States . . . Series X ; The Department of Commerce, No. 15, Kansas. Topeka, The Kansas Historical Records Survey Project, 1940. Mimeographed.
Series VII; The

180 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

Inventory of the County Archives of Kansas . . No. 11, Cherokee County (Columbus). Topeka, The Kansas Historical .Records Survey Project, 1940. Mimeographed.
Inventory of the County Archives of Kansas . . No. 30, Franklin County (Ottawa). Topeka, The Historical Records Survey, 1939. Mimeographed.
Inventory of the County Archives of Kansas . . No. 33, Graham County (Hill City). Topeka, The Historical Records Survey, April, 1938. Typed.
Inventory of the County Archives of Kansas . . No. 33, Graham County (Hill City). Topeka, The Historical Records Survey, December, 1938. Mimeographed.
Inventory of the County Archives of Kansas . . No. 35, Gray County (Cimarron). Topeka, The Historical Records Survey, 1939. Mimeographed.
Inventory of the County Archives of Kansas . . No. 37, Green, wood County (Eureka). Topeka, The Historical Records Survey, 4938. Mimeographed.
Inventory of the County Archives of Kansas . . No. 46, Johnson County (Olathe). Topeka, The Historical Records Survey, 1937. Mimeographed.
Inventory of the County Archives of Kansas . . No. 63, Montgomery County (Independence). Topeka, The Historical Records Survey, January, 1938. Typed.
Inventory of the County Archives of Kansas . . No. 63, Montgomery County (Independence). Topeka, The Historical Records Survey, September, 1938. Mimeographed.
Inventory of the County Archives of Kansas . . No. 88, Seward County (Liberal). Topeka, The Historical Records Survey, 1938. Mimeographed.
History of the Scott County Free Public Library, the First County Free Public Library in the State of Kansas, Created by Statute. December 1, 1939. Mimeographed.
HOWE, EDGAR WATSON, The Blessing of Business. Topeka, Crane and Company, 1918.
HUMBOLDT, ST. PETER'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN Anniversary . . . June 12, 1938. No imp,.
HUNT, FRAZIER, The Long Trail From Texas; the Story of Ad Spaugh, Cattleman. New York, Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc., 1940.
JOHNSON, MRS. OSA (LEIGHTY), I Married Adventure; the Lives and Adventures of Martin and Osa Johnson. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company N1940].
KANSAS INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION, Superior Kansas; an Analysis. Topeka [1940]. Mimeographed.
KANSAS LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, RESEARCH DEPARTMENT, Assessment of Real Estate in Kansas . . . [Topeka, 1940.] (Publication, No. 99, July, 1940.) Mimeographed. Personal Property Taxation in Kansas; Part 2, The Collection Problem. (Publication, No. 401, July, 1940.) Mimeographed.

RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 181

- Personal Personal Property Taxation in Kansas; Part 3, Motor Vehicles. (Publication, No. 102, July, 1940.) Mimeographed.
The Problem of Special (Fee) Funds in Kansas . . . Preliminary Report. (Publication, No. 98, March, 1940.) Mimeographed.
Regulation of State Travel Expenses . . . (Publication, No. 97, March, 1940.) Mimeographed.
-, A Survey of State Market- Agencies; Legislation and Experience of Other States As a Basis For Consideration of a Possible Division of Markets in the Kansas State Board of Agriculture; Prepared for Committee on Agriculture and Livestock. (Publication, No. 96, March, 1940.) Mimeographed.
Kansas Magazine, 1940. Manhattan, Kansas State College Press, c1940.
Kansas Magazine Supplement, 1939. [Manhattan, KanSas State College Press] c1939. KANSAS STATE PLANNING BOARD, Farm Real Estate Values in Kansas From 1933-1937, Inclusive. Topeka, 1940. Mimeographed.
Miscellaneous Political Subdivisions in Kansas, 1925-1937, Inclusive. Topeka, December, 1939. Mimeographed.
-, Property Taxation in McPherson County, Kansas, 1925-1936. Topeka, Kansas State Planning Board, 1935.
KANSAS WRITERS' PROJECT, WPA, A Guide to Leavenworth, Kansas. Leavenworth, The Leavenworth Chronicle, 1940.
KUHLMAN, CHARLES, Gen. George A. Custer; a Lost Trail and the Gall Saga . Billings, Mont., The Author, 1940.
Tattle Kansas Magazine, 1940. [Manhattan] The Kansas Magazine, 1940.
MCCAUSLAND, ELIZABETH, Changing New York. Photographs by Berenice Abbott, Text by Elizabeth McCausland. New York, E. P. Dutton and Company, Inc., 1939.
MCCOY, JOSEPH GEATING, Historic Sketches of the Cattle Trade of the West and Southwest. Edited by Ralph P. Bieber. Glendale, Calif., The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1940.
McDONOGH, MARIAN MCINTYRE, Caravans to Santa Fe. Philadelphia, The Penn Publishing Company [c1940].
MCLINTOCK, MINDA A., Daddy Damm's Kin-Folks . . . St. Louis, Mo. [1915].
[MANLEY, CHARLES H., JR.], My Dear Bena [Being the Letters of a Sick Grandfather,
C. H. Manley, Jr., of Junction City, Kansas, to His Granddaughter, Robina Helen Cortelyou . . . 1938.] N. p. [1938].
MASON, WALT, Business Prose-Poems. Chicago, George Matthew Adams [1911].
MEACHAM, Lucy HELEN, and BLISS ISELY, Kansas, Our Own State. Wichita, The McCormick-Mathers Publishing Company, c1939.
MECHEM, KIRKE, John Brown; a Play in Three Acts. Manhattan, The Kansas Magazine [c1939].
MENNINGER, MRS. FLORA VESTAL (KNISELY), Days of My Life; Memories of a Kansas Mother and Teacher. New York, Richard R. Smith, 1939. MENNINGER, WILLIAM CLAIRE, Handbook for Skippers. New York, Boy Scouts of.America [1939].
MILLER, MRS. FLORENCE WOODBURY, Thoughts in Verse. N. p., 1923.

182 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

Muster Roll and Equipment of the Expedition of Francisco Vazquez De Coronado, Now Translated Into English for the First Time. . . . An, Arbor, The William L. Clements Library, 1939.
NEFF, FRANK AMANDUS, Steps in Economic Progress. Wichita, McGuin Publishing Company, 1939.
NELSON, HARVEY F., An Economic History of Chanute, Kansas, Submitted to the Department of History and the Faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Kansas in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts. August, 1939. Typed.
NEWMAN, JESSIE MONTGOMERY, Law on the Forced Loan of July 20, 1922, as Translated From the German. N. p. N1926].
OGDEN, GEORGE WASHINGTON, There Were No Heroes; a Personal Record of a Man's Beginning. New York, Dodd, Mead & Company, 1940.
OGLE, GEORGE A., AND COMPANY, pub., Standard Atlas of Dickinson County, Kansas. . . . Chicago, Geo. A. Ogle and Company, 4901.
OLDROYD, MRS. ALICE WILSON, It Was His Birthday. Decoration by Marjorie Howe Dixon. Chicago, The Bookfellows, 1924.
PAYTON, WILLIAM The Last Man Over the Trail. [Kinsley, c1939.]
Polk's Kansas City (Wyandotte County, Kansas) City Directory, 1938. Kansas City, Mo., R. L. Polk and Company, c1938.
Polk's Topeka (Shawnee County, Kans.) City Directory, 1940, Including Shawnee County Taxpayers . . . KansaS City, Mo., R. L. Polk and Company, c1940.
Polk's Wichita (Kansas) City Directory, 1939. Kansas City, Mo., R. L. Polk and Company, c1939.
POTTER, JACK MYERS, Cattle Trails of the Old West. Edited and Compiled by Laura R. Krehbiel. Clayton, N. M., Laura R. Krehbiel [1939].
QUAYLE, WILLIAM ALFRED, A Hero and Some Other Folk. 7th ed. Cincinnati, 0., Jennings and Graham [c1900].
RANDOLPH, VANCE, ed., An Ozark Anthology. Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1940.
RICHARDS, RALPH, Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow. Fort Scott, Joseph R. Richards, Jr., and R. J. Richards, c1940.]
ROLLER, CHARLES C., Comerio; a Study of a Puerto Rican Town. Lawrence, University of Kansas, 1940. (University of Kansas Publications; Social Science Studies, 1940, No. 2.)
RUNYON, DAMON, The Best of Damon Runyon. E. C. Bentley Selected These Stories; Nicolas Bentley drew the Pictures. [c1940.]
--, My Old Man. New York, Stackpole Sons [c1938, c1939].
--, My Wife Ethel. Philadelphia, David McKay Company [1939, 1940].
SANBORN MAP COMPANY, Insurance Maps of Topeka, Kansas. New York, The Sanborn Map Company, c1913.
SHAFFER, MRS. SALLIE, Kansas; the State and Its Government. Boston, Allyn & Bacon [1939].
SHANNON, FRED ALBERT, Critiques of Research in the Social Sciences: III. An Appraisal of Walter Prescott Webb's The Great Plains; a Study in Institutions and Environment. New York, Social Science Research Council [1940].

RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 183

SHELDON, CHARLES MONROE, All the World. New York, George H. Doran Company [c1918, c1919].
--, The Heart of the World; a Story of Christian Socialism. New York, Fleming H. Revell Company [c1905].
--, Modern Pagans. New York, The Methodist Book Concern [c1917]
--, Who Killed Joe's Baby? 3d ed. Chicago, Advance Publishing Company, 1901.
SMITHLEY, MRS. FRANCES, A Book of Poems. [Greenleaf, Sentinel Print] 1925. SPEER,
ROLLO CLAYTON, A Speer Pioneer Comes to Kansas; Sketching the Life of Austin G. Speer, Veteran Mexican War, Veteran Civil War, Co. G, 60th Regt. Ind. Inf. Vols., Diary of Trip to Kansas . . . Citizen of Woodson. Co., Kansas . . . Typed.
SQUIRE, LORENE, Wildfowling With a Camera. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company [c1938].
STONE, ROBERT, Remarks at the Unveiling of the Munn Memorial [Dec. 5, 1939]. No impr.
STRICKLAND, FRANK P., JR., The Transactions of Kaw Lodge No. 272, A. F. & A. M. of Kansas City, Kansas. N. p. [1927].
SUTTON, GEORGE SYLVESTER, The Seventy Years, the First Presbyterian Church, Hiawatha, Kansas, April 10, 1870-April 10, 1940. [Hiawatha, Hiawatha World Print, 1940.]
SVOBODA, LAWRENCE, An Empire of Dust. Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1940.
SWEET, WILLIAM WARREN, Religion on the American Frontier, 1883-1850. Vol. 3, The Congregationalists. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press [e1939].
THOMPSON, MRS. HARRIET (STERLING), and MRS. ALBERT THOMPSON, Long, Long Ago. Foundation of the Work of Woman's Foreign Missionary Society in the Southwest Kansas Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. [Hutchinson, The Wholesaler Printing Company] 1939.
TINCOM, HARRY MARLIN, John White Geary, Soldier-Statesman, 1819-1875. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1940.
TOPEKA BAR ASSOCIATION, Memorial for Thomas Francis Doran, Adopted by the Topeka Bar Association at Its Annual Meeting, February 10, 1940. No impr.
U. S. NATIONAL YOUTH ADMINISTRATION, KANSAS, Milling in Kansas; Industrial Study, No. 1. January 1, 1940. Mimeographed.
VAN NICE, CHARLES RAY, Tact and the Teacher. Lawrence, Plainview Publications [c1929].
Teacher Teamwork With a Problem Public. Topeka, School Activities Publishing Company, 1940.
WALSH, JAMES MARTYN, and ANNA KATHLEEN WALSH, Plain English Handbook, New Edition; A Complete Guide to Correctness. Wichita, The McCormick-Mathers Company [c1939].
WARE, E. R., and LLOYD F. SMITH, Woodlands of Kansas. Topeka, KanSas State Printing Plant, 1939. (Kansas State College of Agriculture and Applied Science, Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin 285.)
WARE, EUGENE FITCH, The Rhymes of Ironquill. [15th ed.] New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1939.

184 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

WASHBURN COLLEGE, TOPEKA, Catalogue of the Permanent Collection of Paintings, Prints, Drawings, and Sculptures and the Free Public Library Loan Collection of Casts in Mulvane Art Museum and Other Buildings, Washburn College. Comp. by Wallace S. Baldinger. Topeka, 1940.
WATERS, LAWRENCE LESLIE, Use Taxes and Their Legal and Economic Background. Lawrence, University of Kansas, School of Business, 1940. (Kansas Studies in Business, No. 19.)
WELLMAN, PAUL ISELIN, The Trampling Herd, the Story of the Cattle Range in America. New York, Carrick and Evans, Inc. N1939].
WHITE, WILLIAM ALLEN, The Changing West; an Economic Theory About Our Golden Age. New York, the Macmillan Company, 1939.
WILLARD, JULIUS TERRASS, History of the Kansas State College of Agriculture and Applied Science. Manhattan, Kansas State College Press, 1940.
THE WITAN, UNIVERSITY of KANSAS, Lady Lore; a Swingtime Handbook of Etiquette for Girls . . . Lawrence [The World Company], 1939.
WOODWARD, CHESTER, Lanterns Alight; Journeys to Far Places. Chicago, Normandie House, 1940.

THE WEST

BARROWS, JOHN R., Ubet. Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1936.
BECHDOLT, FREDERICK RITCHIE, Giants of the Old West. New York, The Century Company [c1930].
BLEDSOE, ANTHONY JENNINGS, Indian Wars of the Northwest; A California Sketch. San Francisco, Bacon and Company, 1885.
BRILL, CHARLES J., Conquest of the Southern Plains: Uncensored Narrative of the Battle of the Washita and Custer's Southern Campaign. Oklahoma City, Golden Saga Publishers, c1938.
BROWN, JAMES STEPHENS, Life of a Pioneer; Being the Autobiography of James S. Brown. Salt Lake City, George Q. Cannon & Sons Company, 1900.
BUDD, RALPH, Railway Routes Across the Rocky Mountains; Excerpt Transactions of the Newcomen Society, Vol. 18, 1937-1938.
CAIRD, JAMES, Prairie Farming in America, With Notes by the Way on Canada and the United States. London, Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans & Roberts, 1859.
CLARK, THOMAS DIONYSIUS, The Rampaging Frontier; Manners and Humors of Pioneer Days in the South and the Middle West. Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Company [1939].
CURTISS, DANIEL S., Western Portraiture, and Emigrant's Guide: a Description of Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa; With Remarks on Minnesota, and Other Territories. New York, J. H. Colton, 1852.
DAVIS, CLYDE BRION, The Arkansas. New York, Farrar & Rinehart, Inc. [c1940].
FERGUSSON, ERNA, Our Southwest. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1940.
FERRIS, WARREN ANGUS, Life in the Rocky Mountains; a Diary of Wanderings on the Sources of the Rivers Missouri, Columbia, and Colorado From February, 1830, to November, 1885. Edited . . . by Paul C. Phillips. Denver, The Old West Publishing Company, 1940.
FISHER, JOHN STIRLING, A Builder of the West; the Life of General William Jackson Palmer. Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1939.

RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 185

FOUGERA, MRS. KATHERINE (GIBSON), With Custer's Cavalry, From the Memoirs of the Late Katherine Gibson, Widow of Captain Francis M. Gibson of the Seventh Cavalry, U. S. A. (Retired). Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1940.
GODDYKOONTZ, COLIN BRUMMITT, Home Missions on the American Frontier. Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1939.
JACKSON, WILLIAM HENRY, Time Exposure; the Autobiography of William Henry Jackson. New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons [c1940].
KELLY, CHARLES, and MAURICE L. HOWE, Miles Goodyear, First Citizen of Utah, Trapper, Trader and California Pioneer. Salt Lake City, Western Printing Company, 1937.
McGLASHAN, CHARLES FAYETTE, History of the Donner Party; a Tragedy of the Sierra, With Foreword, Notes and a Bibliography by George H. Hinkle and Bliss McGlashan Hinkle. Stanford University, Calif., Stanford University Press [c1940].
'MCKENNEY, THOMAS LORRAINE, Sketches of a Tour to the Lakes, of the Character and Customs of the Chippeway Indians, and of Incidents Connected With the Treaty of Fond Du Lac . . . Baltimore, Fielding Lucas, Junior, 1827.
MCREYNOLDS, ROBERT, Thirty Years on the Frontier. Colorado Springs, Colo., El Paso Publishing Company, 1906.
OTERO, MIGUEL ANTONIO, My Life on the Frontier, 1882-1897; Death Knell of a Territory and Birth of a State, Vol. 2. Albuquerque, The University of New Mexico Press, 1939.
RAINE, WILLIAM MACLEOD, Guns of the Frontier; the Story of How Law Came to the West. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1940.
RANKIN, M. WILSON, Reminiscences of Frontier Days; Including an Authentic Account of the Thornburg and Meeker Massacre. Denver, Smith-Brooks [c1938].
RICHARDSON, MARVIN M., The Whitman Mission, the Third Station on the Old Oregon Trail. Walla Walla, Wash., Whitman Publishing Company [c1940].
RISTER, CARL COKE, Border Captives; the Traffic in Prisoners by Southern Plains Indians, 1835-1875. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1940.
TIXIER, VICTOR, Travels on the Osage Prairies. Edited by John Francis McDermott, translated from the French by Albert J. Salvan. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1940.
TUCKER, MARY, Books of the Southwest, a General Bibliography. New York City, J. J. Augustin [1937].
VIVIAN, ARTHUR PENDARVES, Wanderings in the Western Land. 2d ed. London, Sampson, Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington, 1880.
WOESTEMEYER, INA FAYE, ed., The Westward Movement; a Book of Readings on Our Changing Frontiers. New York, D. Appleton-Century Company [c1939].
WOODWARD, MARY DODGE, The Checkered Years [Excerpts From the Diary of Mary Dodge Woodward Written While Living on a Bonanza Farm in Dakota Territory During the Years 1884 to 1889]. Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1937.

186 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

GENEALOGY AND LOCAL HISTORY

ALLEN, WILLIAM CICERO, The Annals of Haywood County, North Carolina, Historical, Sociological, Biographical, and Genealogical. N. p., 1935. History of Halifax County [North Carolina]. Boston, The Cornhill Company [c1918].
AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY, Proceedings at the Annual Meeting Held in Worcester, October 19, 1938. Worcester, Mass., The Society, 1939. Proceedings at the Semi-Annual Meeting Held in Boston, April 19, 1939. Worcester, Mass., The Society, 1940.
AMERICAN CLAN GREGOR SOCIETY, Year Book Containing the Proceedings of the Twenty-ninth Annual Gathering. Richmond [Cressons, May and Company, c1939].
ANDERSON, JOSEPH, ed., The Town and City of Waterbury, Connecticut, From the Aboriginal Period to the Year Eighteen Hundred and Ninety-five. New Haven, The Price and Lee Company, 1896. 3 Vols.
ANDERSON, SARAH TRAVERS LEWIS (SCOTT), Lewises, Meriwethers and Their Kin. Richmond, Va., The Dietz Press, 1938.
ANDERSON, WILLIAM POPE, Anderson Family Records. [Cincinnati, W. F. Schaefer and Company] 1936.
The Early Descendants of Wm. Overton and Elizabeth Waters of Virginia, and Allied Families. [Cincinnati, 0., 1938.]
BALDWIN, THOMAS WILLIAMS, Patten Genealogy; William Patten of Cambridge, 1635, and His Descendants. Boston, Thomas W. Baldwin, 1908.
BARLOW, GEORGE, comp. and ed., Family Genealogy Comprising the Ancestry and Descendants of Jonathan Barlow and Plain Rogers of Delaware County, N. Y. [Brooklyn, N. Y., 1891.]
BENT, CHARLES, ed., History of Whiteside County, Illinois, From Its First Settlement to the Present Time; With Numerous Biographical and Family Sketches. . . . Morrison, Ill. [Clinton, Ia., L. P. Allen], 1877.
BIGELOW, WALTER J., History of Stowe, Vermont (From 1763 to 1934). [Hartford] 1934.
BOSTONIAN SOCIETY, Proceedings of the Bostonian Society and Report of the Annual Meeting, January 16, 1940. Boston, The Society, 1940.
BOTSFORD, ELI HERBERT, ed., Botsford Family Genealogy; the Line of Joseph, 1. 1. 12. Youngest Son of Elnathan, 1. 1. Grandson of Henry, 1. Ten Generations, 1689-1939. [Williamstown, Mass., The McClelland Press, n. d.] (Vol. 2, of Adventures in Ancestors . .)
BOUCHER, JOHN N., Old and New Westmoreland. New York, The American Historical Society, Inc., 1918. 4 Vols.
BRAINTREE, MASS., TERCENTENARY COMMITTEE, A Brief History of the Town of Braintree, Prepared for the Observance of the Tercentenary Celebration of Its Founding, 1640-1940. [Boston, Press of Thomas Todd Company, c1940.]
BRENT, CHESTER HORTON, The Descendants of Hugh Brent, Immigrant to Isle of Wight County, Virginia, 1642 . . . [Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle Publishing Company, Inc., 1936.]
BROWN, ALEXANDER, The Cabells and Their Kin; a Memorial Volume of History, Biography and Genealogy. Richmond, Garrett and Massie, Inc., 4939.

RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 187

BROWN, WILLIAM R., and MITCHELL Y. JACKSON, Minnesota Farmers' Diaries, William R. Brown, 1815-46; Mitchell Y. Jackson, 1852-63. Saint Paul, The Minnesota Historical Society, 1939.
BUCKS COUNTY HISTORICAL. SOCIETY, Papers Read Before the Society and Other Historical Papers. Vol. 8. Doylestown, Pa., The Bucks County Historical Society, 1940.
BURKE, SIR JOHN BERNARD, Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the. Landed Gentry, Including American Families With British Ancestry London, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., 1939.
BURREL, ABRAM BOGART, Reminiscences of George LaBar, the Centenarian of Monroe County, Pa. . . . Philadelphia, Claxton, Remsen and Haffelfinger, 1870.
CARVER, CLIFFORD NICKELS, comp., The Carver Family of New England; Robert Carver of Marshfield and His Descendants. Privately Printed. [Rutland, The Tuttle Publishing Company, Inc.] 1935.
CHAPMAN, JACOB, and JAMES H. FITTS, Lane Genealogies, Vol. 1. William Lane of Boston, Mass., 1648, Including the Records of Edmund J. Lane and James P. Lane. Exeter, N. H., The News-Letter Press, 1891.
CLEMENT, JOHN, Sketches of the First Emigrant Settlers in Newton Township, Old Gloucester County, West New Jersey. Camden, N. J., Sinnickson Chew, 1877.
COCHRANE, HARRY HAYMAN, History of Monmouth and Wales. East Winthrop [Me.], Banner Company, 1894. 2 Vols.
COCKE, WILLIAM RONALD, comp., Hanover County Chancery Wills and Notes; a Compendium of Genealogical, Biographical and Historical Material as Contained in Cases of the Chancery Suits of Hanover County, Virginia. Columbia, Va., Cocke, III, 1940.
COLE, CYRENUS, Iowa Through the Years. Iowa City, The State Historical Society Of Iowa, 1940.
COPE, GILBERT, Genealogy of the Dutton Family of Pennsylvania Chester, Pa., 1871.
COPELAND, WARREN TURNER, The Copeland Family, a Copeland Genealogy. Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle Publishing Company, Inc., 1937.
CUDWORTH, ADDISON EDWARD, The History With Genealogical Sketches of Londonderry. Montpelier, The Vermont Historical Society, 1936. CUMMINS, GEORGE WYCKOFF, History of Warren County, New Jersey. New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1911.
CURRIER, HARVEY LEAR, Genealogy of Richard Currier of Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts, (1616-1686-7) and Many of His Descendants Issued Under the Auspices of the Orleans County Historical Society. Newport, Vt., 1910.
DANIELS, WYLIE JOHNSTON, The Village at the End of the Road, a Chapter in Early Indiana Railroad History. Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Society, 1938.
DAUGHTERS OF FOUNDERS AND PATRIOTS OF AMERICA, Lineage Book of the National Society . . . Vol. 6, 1916, rev. 1939. [West Somerville, Mass., Somerville Printing Company, c1939.]

188 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, Index of the Rolls of Honor (Ancestors' Index) in the Lineage Books of the National Society . . . Vols. 121-160. Washington, D. C., Press of Judd and Detweiler, Inc., 1940.
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, MARTHA WASHINGTON CHAPTER, New Kent County, Virginia. U. S. Census for 1810 and U. S. Census for 1850 and Abstracts of the Application Papers of Revolutionary War Pensioners. Vol. 1. [Washington, D. C.], 1938.
DAVIDSON, HAROLD ANSLEY, "Our Ansley Family" . [Jenkintown, Pa, c1933.]
DAVIDSON, VICTOR, History of Wilkinson County [Georgia]. Macon, Ga., The J. W. Burke Company [c1930].
DAVIESS, MRS. MARIA T., History of Mercer and Boyle Counties. Vol. 1. Harrodsburg, Ky., The Harrodsburg Herald, 1924.
DAVIS, HARRY ALEXANDER, The Billingsley Family (Billingsly-Billingslea) in America. [Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle Publishing Company, Inc.] 1936.
DAVIS, WILLIAM
WATTS HART, The History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, From the Discovery of the Delaware to the Present Time. Doylestown, Pa., Democrat Book and Job Office Print, 1876.
DEVELIN, JOSEPH CHUBB, The O'Develins of Tyrone, the Story of an Irish Sept Now Represented by the Families of Devlin, Develin, Develyn, Develon and Devellen. Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle Publishing Company, Inc. [cl938].
DILLENBECK, ANDREW LUTHER, and KARL M. DALLENBACH, eds., The Dallenbachs in America, 1710-1935. St. Johnsville, N. Y., The Enterprise and News, 1935.
DONAGHEY, GEORGE W., Building a State Capitol. Little Rock, Ark., Parke-Harper Company, 1937.
DUNN, MRS. EMMA ELISABETH (TEALL), Teall Genealogical Records in England and America. Los Angeles, Calif., Gem Publishing Company, 1926.
ELDRIDGE, WILLIAM HENRY, Henry Genealogy: The Descendants of Samuel Henry of Hadley and Amherst, Mass., 1734-1790, and Lurana (Cady) Henry, His Wife . . . Boston, T. R. Marvin & Son, 1915.
ELLIS, F., History of Northampton County, Pennsylvania . . Philadelphia, Peter Fritts, 1877.
FIELD, RUTH MARIE, [Hubbell Genealogy]. Typed. Short Genealogies of the Field-Bixby-Chandler-Pierce and a Few Allied Families As Collected From Research of Three Years, Including Bible Records, Old Letters, Correspondence and Published Books on the Names and Towns. Typed. 1940.
FITTS, JAMES HILL, comp., Lane Genealogies, Vol. 2; William Lane, Dorchester, Mass., 1635. Exeter, N. H., The News-Letter Press, 1897. Lane Genealogies, Vol. 3; English Family . . . Exeter, N. H., The News-Letter Press, 1902.
FLINT, CLARENCE ELLIS, The Flint Family, Robert Flint, (the Pioneer) and His Descendants. Reprinted from The Enterprise and News. St. Johnsville, N. Y., 1931-1932.
FOLMSBEE, STANLEY JOHN, Sectionalism and Internal Improvements in Tennessee, 1796-1845. Philadelphia, 1939.
FRANKLIN, CONN., CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Records . . 1718-1860, and a Record of Deaths in Norwich Eighth Society, 1763, 1778, 1782, 1784-1802.

189 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

GENEALOGY AND LOCAL HISTORY

BROWN, WILLIAM R., and MITCHELL Y. JACKSON, Minnesota Farmers' Diaries, William R. Brown, 1815-46; Mitchell Y. Jackson, 1852-63. Saint Paul, The Minnesota Historical Society, 1939.
BUCKS COUNTY HISTORICAL. SOCIETY, Papers Read Before the Society and Other Historical Papers. Vol. 8. Doylestown, Pa., The Bucks County Historical Society, 1940.
BURKE, SIR JOHN BERNARD, Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the. Landed Gentry, Including American Families With British Ancestry London, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., 1939.
BURREL, ABRAM BOGART, Reminiscences of George LaBar, the Centenarian of Monroe County, Pa. . . . Philadelphia, Claxton, Remsen and Haffelfinger, 1870.
CARVER, CLIFFORD NICKELS, comp., The Carver Family of New England; Robert Carver of Marshfield and His Descendants. Privately Printed. [Rutland, The Tuttle Publishing Company, Inc.] 1935.
CHAPMAN, JACOB, and JAMES H. FITTS, Lane Genealogies, Vol. 1. William Lane of Boston, Mass., 1648, Including the Records of Edmund J. Lane and James P. Lane. Exeter, N. H., The News-Letter Press, 1891.
CLEMENT, JOHN, Sketches of the First Emigrant Settlers in Newton Township, Old Gloucester County, West New Jersey. Camden, N. J., Sinnickson Chew, 1877.
COCHRANE, HARRY HAYMAN, History of Monmouth and Wales. East Winthrop [Me.], Banner Company, 1894. 2 Vols.
COCKE, WILLIAM RONALD, comp., Hanover County Chancery Wills and Notes; a Compendium of Genealogical, Biographical and Historical Material as Contained in Cases of the Chancery Suits of Hanover County, Virginia. Columbia, Va., Cocke, III, 1940.
COLE, CYRENUS, Iowa Through the Years. Iowa City, The State Historical Society Of Iowa, 1940.
COPE, GILBERT, Genealogy of the Dutton Family of Pennsylvania Chester, Pa., 1871.
COPELAND, WARREN TURNER, The Copeland Family, a Copeland Genealogy. Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle Publishing Company, Inc., 1937.
CUDWORTH, ADDISON EDWARD, The History With Genealogical Sketches of Londonderry. Montpelier, The Vermont Historical Society, 1936. CUMMINS, GEORGE WYCKOFF, History of Warren County, New Jersey. New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1911.
CURRIER, HARVEY LEAR, Genealogy of Richard Currier of Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts, (1616-1686-7) and Many of His Descendants Issued Under the Auspices of the Orleans County Historical Society. Newport, Vt., 1910.
DANIELS, WYLIE JOHNSTON, The Village at the End of the Road, a Chapter in Early Indiana Railroad History. Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Society, 1938.
DAUGHTERS OF FOUNDERS AND PATRIOTS OF AMERICA, Lineage Book of the National Society . . . Vol. 6, 1916, rev. 1939. [West Somerville, Mass., Somerville Printing Company, c1939.]

188 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, Index of the Rolls of Honor (Ancestors' Index) in the Lineage Books of the National Society . . . Vols. 121-160. Washington, D. C., Press of Judd and Detweiler, Inc., 1940.
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, MARTHA WASHINGTON CHAPTER, New Kent County, Virginia. U. S. Census for 1810 and U. S. Census for 1850 and Abstracts of the Application Papers of Revolutionary War Pensioners. Vol. 1. [Washington, D. C.], 1938.
DAVIDSON, HAROLD ANSLEY, "Our Ansley Family" . [Jenkintown, Pa, c1933.]
DAVIDSON, VICTOR, History of Wilkinson County [Georgia]. Macon, Ga., The J. W. Burke Company [c1930].
DAVIESS, MRS. MARIA T., History of Mercer and Boyle Counties. Vol. 1. Harrodsburg, Ky., The Harrodsburg Herald, 1924.
DAVIS, HARRY ALEXANDER, The Billingsley Family (Billingsly-Billingslea) in America. [Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle Publishing Company, Inc.] 1936.
DAVIS, WILLIAM
WATTS HART, The History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, From the Discovery of the Delaware to the Present Time. Doylestown, Pa., Democrat Book and Job Office Print, 1876.
DEVELIN, JOSEPH CHUBB, The O'Develins of Tyrone, the Story of an Irish Sept Now Represented by the Families of Devlin, Develin, Develyn, Develon and Devellen. Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle Publishing Company, Inc. [cl938].
DILLENBECK, ANDREW LUTHER, and KARL M. DALLENBACH, eds., The Dallenbachs in America, 1710-1935. St. Johnsville, N. Y., The Enterprise and News, 1935.
DONAGHEY, GEORGE W., Building a State Capitol. Little Rock, Ark., Parke-Harper Company, 1937.
DUNN, MRS. EMMA ELISABETH (TEALL), Teall Genealogical Records in England and America. Los Angeles, Calif., Gem Publishing Company, 1926.
ELDRIDGE, WILLIAM HENRY, Henry Genealogy: The Descendants of Samuel Henry of Hadley and Amherst, Mass., 1734-1790, and Lurana (Cady) Henry, His Wife . . . Boston, T. R. Marvin & Son, 1915.
ELLIS, F., History of Northampton County, Pennsylvania . . Philadelphia, Peter Fritts, 1877.
FIELD, RUTH MARIE, [Hubbell Genealogy]. Typed. Short Genealogies of the Field-Bixby-Chandler-Pierce and a Few Allied Families As Collected From Research of Three Years, Including Bible Records, Old Letters, Correspondence and Published Books on the Names and Towns. Typed. 1940.
FITTS, JAMES HILL, comp., Lane Genealogies, Vol. 2; William Lane, Dorchester, Mass., 1635. Exeter, N. H., The News-Letter Press, 1897. Lane Genealogies, Vol. 3; English Family . . . Exeter, N. H., The News-Letter Press, 1902.
FLINT, CLARENCE ELLIS, The Flint Family, Robert Flint, (the Pioneer) and His Descendants. Reprinted from The Enterprise and News. St. Johnsville, N. Y., 1931-1932.
FOLMSBEE, STANLEY JOHN, Sectionalism and Internal Improvements in Tennessee, 1796-1845. Philadelphia, 1939.
FRANKLIN, CONN., CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Records . . 1718-1860, and a Record of Deaths in Norwich Eighth Society, 1763, 1778, 1782, 1784-1802.
Hartford, Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State Of Connecticut and Society Of the Founders of Norwich, 1938.
GAY, FRANK B., comp., The Descendants of John Drake of Windsor, Connecticut. Rutland, Vt,., The Tuttle Company, 1933.
General History of Macon County, Missouri. Chicago, Henry Taylor and Company, 1910.
GENERAL History of Shelby County, Missouri. Chicago, Henry Taylor and Company, 1911.
GEORGIA, DEPT. Of ARCHIVES AND HISTORY, Georgia's Roster of the Revolution . . comp. by Lucian Lamar Knight. Atlanta, Index Printing Company, 1920.
GILROY, MARION, comp., Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia Published by Authority of the Board of Trustees of the Public Archives of Nova Scotia. Halifax, 1937. (Nova Scotia, Public Archives, Publication, No. 4.)
GIPSON, LAWRENCE HENRY, Lewis Evans; to Which is Added Evans' A Brief Account of Pennsylvania . . . Philadelphia, The HiStorical Society Of Pennsylvania, 1939.
GREATER KANSAS CITY FEDERAL BUSINESS ASSOCIATION, The Federal Government in Greater Kansas City; History of the Federal Government in Greater Kansas City and Directory of Federal Officials and Agencies, May 20, 1939. Pub. by the Greater KansaS City Federal Business Association. [Leavenworth, Kan., Federal Prison Industries, Inc., Press, 1939.]
GREGORY, MRS. CORA (GARBER), comp. and ed., Genealogy of the Ludwig Mohler Family in America, Covering a Period From April 4, 1696, to June 15, 1921. [Lincoln, Neb., The Editor, 1921.]
GRISWOLD, GLENN E., comp., The Griswold Family; England-America. [Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle Publishing Company, Inc., 1935.]
HATFIELD, ABRAHAM, comp., The Hatfields of Westchester; A Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas Hatfield . . . [New York] New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, 1935.
[HAVERHILL TERCENTENARY COMMITTEE], Official Pictorial Magazine of the Haverhill Tercentenary Celebration, 1640-1940. [Haverhill, The Record Press, 1940.]
HAZARD, THOMAS ROBINSON, Recollections of Olden Times; Rowland Robinson of Narragansett and His Unfortunate Daughter, With Genealogies of the Robinson, Hazard and Sweet Families of Rhode Island . . . Newport, R. I., John P. Sanborn, 1879.
HEINEMANN, CHARLES BRUNK, and GAIUS MARCUS BRUMBAUGH, "First Census" Of Kentucky, 1790 . . . Washington, D. C., G. M. Brumbaugh, c1940.
HEYWOOD, WILLIAM SWEETZER, History of Westminister, Massachusetts From the Date of the Original Grant of the Township to the Present Time, 1728-1863; With a Biographic-Genealogical Register of Its Principal Families. Lowell, Mass., S. W. Huse and Company, 1893.
HIBNER, ALms EVERARD, A Genealogy of the Descendants of Joseph Bartlett of Newton, Mass., for Seven Generations. Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle Company, 1934.
HINSHAW, WILLIAM WADE, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. 8. . . . Ann Arbor, Edwards Brothers, Inc., 1940.

190 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY OF OHIO, Annual Report for the Year Ending December, 1989. Cincinnati, The Ruter Press, 1939.
HISTORICAL RECORDS SURVEY, WPA, [Records of Churches, Counties, Towns, Manuscript Collections, Landgrants, etc., Of the Various States] 1937-1940. 348 Vols. 73 Pains.
History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio, With Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Some of the Prominent Men and Pioneers. [Cleveland, Ohio] Williams Brothers, 1880.
History of the Ohio Falls Cities and Their Counties, With Illustrations and Biographical Sketches. Cleveland, Ohio, L. A. Williams and Company, 1882. 2 Vols. (Kentucky and Indiana).
History of Will County, Illinois . . . Chicago, Wm. LeBaron, Jr., and Company, 1878.
History of Worcester County, Massachusetts, Embracing a Comprehensive History of the County . . . With a History and Description of Its Cities and Towns. Boston, C. F. Jewett and Company, 1879. 2 Vols.4
HONEYMAN, ABRAHAM VAN DOREN, ed., History of Union County, New Jersey, 1664-19,23. New York, Lewis HistOrical Publishing Company, Inc., 1923. 3 Vols.
HUGUENOT SOCIETY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Transactions, No. 44. Charleston, S. C., Published by Order Of the Society, 1939.
HUNSICKER, CLIFTON SWENK, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania; a History. New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, Inc., 1923. 3 Vols.
IRWIN, PENNSYLVANIA, The Diamond; Official Publication Commemorating Irwin's 75th Anniversary Celebration, 1864-1939. [Pittsburgh, Philadelphia Bindery, Inc., Pittsburgh Branch, 1939.]
JOHNSON, JACK T., Peter Anthony Dey. Iowa City, The State Historical Society Of Iowa, 1939. (Iowa Biographical Series.)
JONES, ELIAS, History of Dorchester County, Maryland. Baltimore, Williams and Wilkins Company Press, 1902.
KENYON, HOWARD NATHANIEL, American Kenyans . . . Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle Company, 1935.
KING, JUNIE ESTELLE STEWART, comp., Wills, Administrations and Marriages, Fauquier County, Virginia, 1759-1800. Beverly Hills, Calif., 1939.
KIRBY, RICHARD SHELTON, Inventors and Engineers of Old New Haven; a Series of Six Lectures Given in 1938 Under the Auspices of the School of Engineering, Yale University. New Haven, New Haven Colony Historical Society, 1939.
THE LIGON FAMILY AND KINSMEN ASSOCIATION, Proceedings, Vol. 2w September, 1939. New York, The Ligon Family and Kinsmen Association, 1939.
LOWELL, MRS. HARRIET (DAVIS), The Stroud Family History, Descendants of Captain Richard Stroud of New London, Connecticut. Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle Company, 1934.
MCCOY, WILLIAM H., Notes on the McCoy Family. Edited by Elizabeth Hayward. Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle Publishing Company, Inc., 1939.
MCDANIEL, MRS. ETHEL HITTLE, The Contribution of the Society of Friends to Education in Indiana. Indianapolis, Indiana HistOrical Society, 1939.
MCPHERSON, MRS. ELIZABETH WEIR, [A History of Gaston, Harvey, Reid,

RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 191

SIMONTON, and Tomlinson Families]. Washington, D. C., 1939. Mimeographed.
MacWETHY, Lou D., comp., The Book of Names Especially Relating to the Early Palatines and the First Settlers in the Mohawk Valley. St. Johnsville, N. Y., The Enterprise and News, 1933.
MARYLAND, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, Proceedings and Acts, 1758-1761. Baltimore, Maryland Historical Society, 1939. (Archives of Maryland, Vol. 56.)
MIDDLESEX COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, President's Address, Annual Reports, Secretary, Treasurer . . . [Middletown, Conn., Pelton and King, Inc., 1939.]
MONTGOMERY, M. W., History of Jay County, Indiana. Chicago, Church, Goodman and Cushing [Pref. 1864].
MUNROE, JAMES PHINNEY, A Sketch of the Munro Clan . . . Boston, George B. Ellis, 1900.
NEW HAMPSHIRE (PROVINCE), Probate Records, Vol. 7, 1760-1763. Published by the State Of New Hampshire, 1939. (State Papers Series, Vol. 37.)
NEW JERSEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey; Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, etc., Vol. 6, 1781-1785. Trenton, N. J., MacCrellish and Quigley Company, 1939. (Archives Of the State Of New Jersey, First Series, Vol. 35.)
NEW YORK, REFORMED DUTCH CHURCH, Marriages From 1639 to 1801 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, New York City. New York, 1940. (Collections Of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 9.)
NEW YORE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Annual Report and List of Members for the Year 1989. New York, 1940.
NEWELL, CLARA L., and Others, comps., A History of Wallingford, 1669-1935; Compiled for the Connecticut Tercentenary Celebration, 1635-1935 Wallingford, Conn., 1935.
NEWSOME, ALBERT RAY, The Presidential Election of 1824 in North Carolina. Chapel Hill, The University Of North Carolina Press, 1939.
NICHOLS, NATHAN ROUND, ed., Nichols Genealogy; Ancestry and Descendants of Thomas Nichols of East Greenwich, Rhode Island and Danby, Vermont. (Congress Park, Ill., 1923.]
Notable Southern Families: Hixson of Tennessee. Chattanooga, Tenn., The Lookout Publishing Company, n. d.
O'DALY, EDMUND EMMET, comp., History of the O'Dalys, the Story of the Ancient Irish Sept, the Race of Dalach of Corca Adaimh. New Haven, The Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor Company, 1937.
Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, Vol. 12, 1939. Canyon, Tex., Panhandle-Plains Historical Society, c1939.
PARKER, GEORGE FREDERICK, Iowa Pioneer Foundations. Iowa City, The State Historical Society of Iowa, 1940. 2 Vols.
PRAM, THEODORE CALVIN, ed., Illinois on the Eve of the Seven Years' War, 1747- 1755. Springfield, The Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library [c1940]. (Collections of the Illinois State Historical Library, Vol. 29. French Series, Vol, 3.)

192 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

Peru, Illinois, Centennial, May 25, 26, 1935; Commemorating One Hundred Years of Peru's Existence. [Peru, 1935.]
PHELPS, NOAH AMHERTS, History of Simsbury, Granby and Canton, From 1642 to 1845. Hartford, Case, Tiffany and Burnham, 1845.
PIERCE, FREDERICK CLIFTON, Foster Genealogy, Being the Record of the Posterity of Reginald Foster, an Early Inhabitant of Ipswich. . . . Chicago, W. B. Conkey Company, 1899.
PINTARD, JOHN, Letters From John Pintard to His Daughter, Eliza Noel Pintard Davidson, 1816-1833. New York, New York Historical Society, 1940. Vols. 1-2.
POORE, ALFRED, A Memoir and Genealogy of John Poore; Ten Generations; 1615-1880 . . . Salem, Mass., The Author, 1881.
Portrait and Biographical Record of the State of Colorado. Chicago, Chapman Publishing Company, 1899.
RANK, WILLIAM S., History of Chittenden County, Vermont. Syracuse, N. Y., D. Mason & Company, 1886.
REVILL, JANIE, comp., A Compilation of the Original Lists of Protestant Immigrants to South Carolina, 1763-1773. Columbia, S. C., The State Company, 1939.
RISLEY, EDWIN HILL, The Risley Family History, Including Records of Some of the Early English Risleys . . . New York, The Grafton Press, 1909. ROWLEY, MASS., Tercentenary Celebration . . . August 24, 25, 26 and 27, 1939. [Ipswich, Mass., Chronicle Publishing Company, 1939.]
SCHARF, JOHN THOMAS, History of Western Maryland; Being a History of Frederick, Montgomery, Carroll, Washington, Allegany, and Garrett Counties . . . Philadelphia, Louis H. Everts, 1882. 2 Vols.
SHEARER, CHARLES RAYMOND, comp., Genealogical Record of the Shearer and Wise Family Relationship. [Columbus Junction, Iowa, Brainard Hayes Shearer, 1939.]
SHINN, MRS. HATTIE (WILSON), comp., A Tribute to Our Ancestors; Biographical and Genealogical Family History [Wilson Family]. Fort Scott [Kan.], Monitor Press and Printing Company, 1898.
SIMMONDS, FRANK WILLIAM, comp., John & Susan Simmonds and Some of Their Descendants, With Related Ancestral Lines. Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle Publishing Company, Inc. [1940].
SKINKER, THOMAS KEITH, Samuel Skinker and His Descendants . . . N. p., The Author, 1923.
SMITH, MRS. MELLCENE (THURMAN), and JESSYMIN THURMAN LEWIS, comps., History and Lineage Book, National Society Daughters of the American Colonists in Missouri. St. Louis, Mo., The St. Louis Law Printing Company, 1936.
SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS, MARYLAND, Genealogies of the Members and Records of Services of Ancestors; Vol. 2. Baltimore, The Williams & Wilkins Company,1940.
SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI, Roster, 1958. 1938.
SPEER, RoLLo CLAYTON, The Speer (Speer) Family Migration From Scotland-Ireland to Holland, Thence in 1659 From Amsterdam to America on the Good Ship "Faith:' [Pocatello, Id., 1939.] Typed.

RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 193

Who is This Man Bullitt? A Study in the Lineage of William Christian Bullitt, U. S. Ambassador to France, 1940 . . . Pocatello, Id., 1940. Typed.
SPRAGUE, WARREN VINCENT, Sprague Families in America. Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle Company, 1913.
STAPLES CHARLES RICHARD, The History of Pioneer Lexington (Kentucky), '1779-1806. Lexington, Transylvania Press, 1939.
STEPHENS, DAN VOORHEES, ed., Peter Stephens and Some of His Descendants, 1690-1935. Fremont, Neb., Hammond and Stephens Company, 1936.
STOCKARD, SALLIE WALKER, The History of Guilford County, North Carolina. Knoxville, Tenn., Grant-Ogden Company, 1902.
SULLIVAN, JOHN, Letters and Papers of Major-General John Sullivan, Continental Army; Vol. 3. Concord, N. H., New Hampshire Historical Society, 1939. (Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society, Vol. 15.)
TAYLOR, MARY SNYDER, Annals of a Bucks County Family of Old Taylorsville, Pennsylvania. [Bogota, N. J., Dancey Printing Company, 1940.]
TEMPLE, JOSIAH HOWARD, History of Framingham, Massachusetts, Early Known as Danforth's Farms, 1640-1880; With a Genealogical Register. Framingham, Published by the Town of Framingham, 1887.
TEMPLE, MRS. SARAH ELIZABETH (KELLUM), Our Campbell Ancestors, 1742-1937. Traditions and History of the Family of Five Campbell Brothers and Sisters; John, James Douglas, Hester, Mary and Samuel . . . Burbank, Calif., Ivan Deach, Jr. [1939].
THOMPSON, CHARLES NEBEKER, Sons of the Wilderness, John and William Conner. Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Society, 1937.
TREADWAY, OSWELL GARLAND, Edward Treadway and His Descendants; News Letter Number 8. Chicago, Oswell Garland Treadway [1940].
U. S., BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, SECOND, 1800, Heads of Families at the Second Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1800; Vermont. Montpelier, Vermont Historical Society, 1938.
UTAH FEDERAL WRITERS' PROJECT, A Partial Bibliography of Source Material on Weber County and Ogden City, Utah. Ogden, The Ogden Historical Society, 1938. Mimeographed.
UTAH WRITERS' PROJECT, WPA., Origins of Utah Place Names. 3d ed. Salt Lake City, 1940. Mimeographed.
VINELAND HISTORICAL AND ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY, Annual Report for the Year Ending October 2nd, 1938; October 2nd, 1939. Vineland, N. J., n. p. 2 Vols.
WALLACE, GEORGE SELDEN, Cabell County Annals and Families. Richmond, Garrett and Massie, 1935.
WARD, HARRY PARKER, The Follett-Dewey Fassett-Safford Ancestry of Captain Martin Dewey Follett (1765-1831) and His Wife Persis Fassett (1767-1849) [Columbus, Ohio, Champlin Printing Company] 1896.
WARE, MRS. JOSEPHINE GROZIER (SANDFORD), Robert Sandford and His Wife Ann Adams Sandford, With Some of Their Descendants, 1615-1930 Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle Company [1930?]. .
WARNER, RUFUS S., Record of Deaths in the Town of Ludlow, Vermont, From 1790 to 1901, Inclusive. Ludlow, Vt., R. S. Warner, 1902.
WEST TEXAS HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION, Year Book, Vol. 11, November, 1935. Abilene, West Texas Historical Association, 1935.

194 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

WIGHT, DANFORTH PHIPPS, The Wight Family; Memoir of Thomas Wight, of Dedham, Mass., With Genealogical Notices of His Descendants, From 1637 to 1840. Boston, T. R. Marvin, 1848.
WINGFIELD, MARSHALL, Marriage Bonds of Franklin County, Virginia, 17861858 . . . Memphis, West Tennessee Historical Society [1939].
WOLFE, JOHN HAROLD, Jeffersonian Democracy in South Carolina. Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 1940.
WOOD, LELAND N., Wood Genealogy and Other Family Sketches; Genealogical Memoranda of a Branch of the Wood Family in England and America; Also Sketches of Related Families . . . Rutland, Vt., The Tuttle Publishing Company, Inc., 1937.
WOOD, SIMEON, A History of Hauppauge, Long Island, N. Y., Together With Genealogies . . . New York, Charles J. Werner, 1920.
WOODWARD, PERCY EMMONS, Some Descendants of Nathaniel Woodward, Mathematician. Newtonville, Mass., 1940.
WORCESTER HIsTORICAL SOCIETY, Publications, New Series, Vol. 2, No. 4, September, 1939. Worcester, The Worcester Historical Society [1939].
WORKERS OF THE WRITERS' PROGRAM, NEBRASKA, WPA., The Negroes of Nebraska. Lincoln, Woodruff Printing Company, 1940.
SOUTH DAKOTA, WPA., South Dakota Place-Names; Part 1, State, County and Town Names; Part 3, River and Creek Names. Vermillion, University of South Dakota, 1940. 2 Vols.
WRIGHT, WILLIAM HENRY, and GERTRUDE WRIGHT KETCHAM, History of the Wright Family Who Are Descendants of Samuel Wright (1722-1789) of Lenox, Mass., With Lineage Back to Thomas Wright (1610-1670) of WethersfIeld, Conn. . . . and Showing a Direct Line to John Wright, Lord of Kelvedon Hall, Essex, England. Denver, Williamson-Haffner Company [c1913].
WYOMING COMMEMORATIVE ASSOCIATION, Proceedings, 1939. No impr.

DIRECTORIES

Abilene [Texas] City Directory, 1924. Dallas, John F. Worley Directory Company, c1924.
Alexandria (Virginia) City Directory, 1924. Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, Inc., c1924.
Ann Arbor City Directory, 1925. Detroit, Mich., R. L. Polk and Company, c1925.
Ashland [Wisconsin] City Directory, 1924. St. Paul, Minn., R. L. Polk and Company, c1924.
Beatrice (Gage County, Nebr.) City Directory, 1937, Including Gage County Taxpayers. Omaha, R. L. Polk and Company, c1937.
Beaumont (Jefferson County, Tex.) City Directory, 193839, Including Nederland and Port Neches. Houston, Tex., Morrison & Fourmy Directory Company, c1939.
Benton Harbor and St. Joseph Directory, 1925. Detroit, Mich., R. L. Polk and Company, c1925.
Boulder (Boulder County, Colo.) City Directory, 1938, Including Longmont. Salt Lake City, Utah, R. L. Polk and Company, c1938.
Bridgeport City Directory, Including Stratford, Fairfield and Southport, 1924. New Haven, Conn., The Price & Lee Company, c1924.

RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 195

Bristol, Va.-Tenn., City Directory, 1925. Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, Inc., c1925.
BROWNWOOD [Texas] City Directory, 1923. Dallas, John F. Worley Directory Company, c1923.
BUTTE City Directory for the Year Commencing April, 1914. Helena, Mont. R. L. Polk and Company, c1914.
CHARLESTON, South Carolina, City Directory, 1925-1926. Charleston, S. C., Southern Printing and Publishing Company [1926].
Charlottesville, Va., City Directory, Including a List of Albemarle County Farmers, 1924. Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, Inc., c1924.
Cincinnati Directory . . . 1927-28. Cincinnati, Ohio, The Williams Directory Company, c1927.
Colorado Springs, Colorado, City Directory, Including Manitou c& Pikes Peak Region,1909. Salt Lake City, Utah, R. L. Polk and Company, c1939.
Council Bluffs (Pottawattomie County, Iowa) City Directory, 1939. Omaha, Nebr., R. L. Polk and Company, 01939.
Dallas (Texas) City Directory, 1938. Dallas, Tex., John F. Worley Directory Company, c1938.
Denison (Grayson County, Texas) City Directory, 1938. Dallas, Tex., John F. Worley Directory Company, c1938.
Duluth Directory, 1925. Duluth, Minn., Duluth Directory Company, c1925.
Durham, N. C., City Directory, 1924. Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, Inc., c1924.
El Paso City Directory, 1939. El Paso, Tex., Hudspeth Directory Company, c1939.
Elkhart [Ind.] City Directory, 1924. Detroit, Mich., R. L. Polk and Company, c1924.
Elmira, Elmira Heights, and Horseheads (New York) Directory for the Year Beginning June, 1924. Schenectady, N. Y., H. A. Manning Company, c1924.
Fayetteville, N. C., City Directory, 1924. Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, Inc., c1924.
Florida State Gazetteer and Business Directory, 1925. Jacksonville, Fla., R. L. Polk and Company, c1925.
Ft. Madison, Ia., City Directory, 1925-26. Chicago, 111., Leshnick Directory Company, c1925.
Goldsboro, N. C., City Directory, 1925. Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, Inc., c1925.
Grand Junction (Mesa County, Colo.) City Directory, 1937, Including County. Salt Lake City, Utah, R. L. Polk and Company, c1937. Greensboro (N. C.) City
Directory, 1924. Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, Inc., c1924.
Hattiesburg [Miss.] City Directory, 1923. Company, c1923.
Houston (Texas) City Directory, 1939. Directory Company, c1939.
Huntington City and County Directory, 1924. Polk and Company, c1923.
ComMesa Com Memphis, Tenn., R. L. Polk and Tex., Morrison & Fourmy Detroit and Indianapolis, R. L.

196 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

Independence (Jackson County, Mo.) City Directory, 1938. Kansas City, Mo., Gate City Directory Company, c1938.
Iowa State Gazetteer and Business Directory (With Latest Map of the State), 1918-1919. Des Moines, R. L. Polk and Company, c1918.
Jersey City, Hoboken and Bayonne Directories, 1922-23. New York City, R. L. Polk and Company, c1922.
Kalispell and Whitefish Cities; and Flathead and Lincoln Counties [Mont.]
Directory, 1922-23. Helena, Mont., R. L. Polk and Company, e1922. Lewistown City and Fergus and Judith Basin Counties Directory, 1922-23. Helena, Mont., R. L. Polk and Company, c1922.
Lincoln (Lancaster County, Nebr.) City Directory, 1938, Including Burnham and West Lincoln. Omaha, Nebr., R. L. Polk and Company, c1938. Logansport City and Cass County Directory, 1924. Indianapolis, Ind., R. L. Polk and Company, c1924.
Lufkin [Tex.] City Directory, 1925. Dallas Company, c1925.
Lynchburg, Va., City Directory, 1924. pany, Inc., c1924.
Malden [Mass.] Directory, 1925 Company, c1925.
Mankato City and Blue Earth County [Minn.] Directory St. Paul, Minn., R. L. Polk and Company, c1924.
Memphis (Shelby County, Tenn.) City Directory, 1938. Polk and Company, c1938.
Menominee [Mich.] City Directory, Company, c1924.
Mineral Wells [Tex.] Directory, 1924. pany, c1924.
Minot City and Ward County Directory, Polk and Company, c1924.
Missoula City and Missoula County [Mont.] Mont., R. L. Polk and Company, c1922.
Mobile City Directory, 1924. Birmingham, Ala., R. L. Polk and Company, c1924.
Monrovia, Arcadia and Duarte [Calif.] Directory, 1925. Los Angeles, Calif., Los Angeles Directory Company, c1925.
Muskogee (Muskogee County, Okla.) City Directory, 1938, Including Muskogee County. KansaS City, Mo., R. L. Polk and Company, c1938.
Natchez [Miss.] City Directory, 1925. Detroit, Mich., R. L. Polk and Company, c1925.
Nevada State Gazetteer and Business Directory, 1907-1908. Salt Lake City, R. L. Polk and Company, 1907.
New Orleans (Orleans Parish, La.) City Directory, 1938. [New Orleans] R. L. Polk and Company, c1938.
Newport News, Kecoughtan, Hampton, Phoebus and Old Point, Va., City Directory, 1925. Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, Inc., c1925.
Norfolk and Portsmouth (Virginia) City Directory, Including South Norfolk, 1925. Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, Inc., c1925.
John F. Worley Directory Company, Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, Boston, Mass., Sampson & Murdock 1924-25.

RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 197

WORTH Adams (Massachusetts) Directory, 1924. Schenectady, N. Y., H. A. Manning
Company, n. d. Oklahoma City (Oklahoma County, Okla.) Directory, 1939. Kansas City, Mo., R. L. Polk and Company, c1939.
Omaha (Douglas County, Nebr.) City Directory, 1939, Including Carter Lake, East Omaha and Sarpy County. Omaha, R. L. Polk and Company, c1939.
Owosso City and Shiawassee County Directory, 1924. Detroit, Mich., R. L. Polk and Company, c1924.
Paris and Lamar County [Tex.] Directory, 1924. Dallas, John F. Worley " Directory Company, c1924.
Pawhuska City and Osage County Farmers Directory, 1925. Sioux City, Iowa, R. L. Polk and Company, c1925.
'Petersburg, Va., City Directory, 1924. Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, c1924.
Polk's Real Estate Register and Directory of the United States and Canada. 5th ed., 1911-1912. Detroit, R. L. Polk and Company, cl9ll.
Pueblo (Colorado) City Directory, 1939. Salt Lake City, Utah, R. L. Polk and Company, c1939.
Raleigh, N. C., City Directory, 1925. Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, Inc., c1925.
Roanoke, Salem and Vinton (Virginia) City Directory, 1925. Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, Inc., c1925.
Rocky Mount, N. C., City Directory, 1925. Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, Inc., c1925.
Saginaw Directory, 1925. Detroit, Mich., R. L. Polk and Company, c1925.
St. Joseph (Missouri) City Directory, 1938-'39, Including Buchanan County
Taxpayers. Kansas City, Mo., R. L. Polk and Company, e1938.
St. Louis (Missouri) City Directory, 1939. St. Louis, Mo., Polk-Gould Directory Company, c1939.
St. Paul (Ramsey County, Minn.) City Directory, 1938. St. Paul, Minn., R. L. Polk and Company, c1938.
Salt Lake City (Salt Lake County, Utah), 1938. Salt Lake City, Utah, R. L. Polk and Company, c1938.
San Angelo City Directory, 1925. Dallas, John F. Worley Directory Company, Inc., c1925.
San Francisco City Directory, 1938. Company, c1938.
Sault Sainte Marie City Directory, 1924-1925. Company, c1924.
Schenectady and Scotia Directory, 1924. Schenectady, Company, c1924.
Sherman (Grayson County, Tex.) City Directory, 1938. Worley Directory Company, c1938.
Shreveport (Caddo Parish, La.), 1938. Dallas, Tex., c1938.
Sioux Falls City Directory, 1924. c1924.
Springfield (Green County, Mo.) L. Polk and Company, c1938.
San Francisco, Calif., R. L. Polk and Detroit, Mich., R. L. Polk and N. Y., H. A. Manning Dallas, Tex., John F. L. Polk and Company, L. Polk and Company, Kansas City, Mo., R. R. Sioux City, Iowa, R. City Directory, 1938.

198 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

Staunton, Va., City Directory, Including List of Augusta County Tax Payers, 1924. Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, Inc., c1924.
Superior City Directory, 1925. Superior, Wis., R. L. Polk and Company, c1925.
Trinidad City and Las Animas County Directory, 1924-1925. Colorado Springs, Colo., R. L. Polk Directory Company, c1924.
Utica (Oneida County, New York) City Directory, 1924. Utica, N. Y., Utica Directory Publishing Company, c1924.
Vincennes [Ind.] Directory, 1924. Indianapolis, Ind., R. L. Polk and Company, c1924.
Waco (Texas) City Directory, 1938. Dallas, Tex., Morrison & Fourmy Directory Company, c1938.
Wheeling City Directory, 1924. Wheeling, W. Va., R. L. Polk and Company, c1924.
Wichita Falls (Wichita County, Tex.) City Directory, 1939. Dallas, Tex., John F. Worley Directory Company, c1939.
Wilmington, N. C., City Directory, 1924. Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, Inc., 1924.
Wilson, N. C., City Directory, 1925. Richmond, Va., Hill Directory Company, Inc., c1925.
Winona City and Winona County [Minn.] Directory, 1925. Winona, Minn., Winona Directory Company, c1925.
Yankton [South Dak.] City and County Directory, 1925, Including Cedar and Knox Counties, Nebr. Detroit, Mich., R. L. Polk and Company, c1925.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN ASSOCIATION, Papers Delivered Before the Members at Springfield, Illinois, on February 11, 12, 1939. Springfield, Abraham Lincoln Association, 1940.
ADAMS, JAMES TRUSLOW, ed., Dictionary of American History, Vols. 1-5. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1940.
ALEXANDER, HARTLEY BURR, Sioux Indian Painting. Part 1, Paintings of the Sioux and Other Tribes of the Great Plains; Part 2, The Art of Amos Bad Heart Buffalo. Nice, France, C. Szwedzicki [1938].
ALLEN, FREDERICK LEWIS, Since Yesterday; the Nineteen-Thirties in America, September 3, 1929-September 3, 1939. New York, Harper and Brothers [1939].
AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, Year Book, 1939. Philadelphia, The American Philosophical Society, 1940.
ARNOLD, R. ROSS, Indian Wars of Idaho. Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1932.
BAKELESS, JOHN, . . . Daniel Boone. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1939.
BARBEE, DAVID R., and MILLEDGE L. BONHAM, JR., eds., The Montgomery Address of Stephen A. Douglas. (Reprinted from the Journal of Southern History, Vol. 5, No. 4, Nov., 1939.)
BEVERIDGE, ALBERT JEREMIAH, and DAVID RANKIN BARBEE, An Excursion in Southern History Briefly Set Forth in the Correspondence Between Senator A. J. Beveridge and David Rankin Barbee . . . Richmond, Republished

GENERAL

RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 199

BOWEN, HOWARD, English Grants-in-aid; a Study in the Finance of Local Government. Iowa City, The University, 1939.
BRECKENRIDGE, JAMES MALCOLM, William Clark Breckenridge, Historical Research Writer and Bibliographer of Missouriana. St. Louis, The Author, 1932.
BRIMLOW, GEORGE FRANCIS, The Bannock Indian War of 1878. Caldwell, The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1938.
BROOKS, PHILIP COOLIDGE, Diplomacy and the Borderlands; the Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1939. (University of California Publications in History, Vol. 24.)
BURNS, EDWARD MCNALL, James Madison, Philosopher of the Constitution. New Brunswick, Rutgers University Press, 1938.
CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE, Year Book, 1940. Washington, D. C., The Endowment, 1940.
CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE, DIVISION OF INTERCOURSE AND EDUCATION, International Conciliation, Documents for the Year 1939. New York, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Division of Intercourse and Education, n. d.
CHILDS, ST. JULIEN RAVENEL, Malaria and Colonization in the, Carolina Low Country, 1526-1696. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins Press, 1940. (The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, Series 58, No. 1.)
CLARK, S. D., The Canadian Manufacturers' Association; a Study in Collective Bargaining and Political Pressure. Toronto, The University of Toronto Press, 1939. (University of Toronto Studies, History and Economics Series, Vol. 7.)
COLVERT, CLYDE C., The Public Junior College Curriculum, an Analysis. University, La., Louisiana State University Press, 1939. (Louisiana State University Studies, No. 38.)
Comacrib Directory of China, 1926. Combined Chinese-Foreign Commercial and Classified Directory of China and Hongkong, Including a Who's Who of Residents . . . Vol. 2. Shanghai, China, Commercial & Credit Information Bureau [1926].
CORRELL, ERNST, President Grant and the Mennonite Immigration From Russia. (Reprint From The Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 9, No. 3, July, 1935.)
CRUCHET, RENE, France et Louisiane; Medecine et Litterature; Montaigne et Montesquieu at Home. University, La., Louisiana State University Press, 1939. (Louisiana State University, Romance Language Series, No. 2.)
Cumulative Book Index; World List of Books in the English Language January, 1938-December, 1939. New York, The H. W. Wilson Company, 1940.
Custom House Guide and United States Customs Tariff. Edition 1925 New York, Custom House Guide [6925].
DALE, EDWARD EVERETT, and GASTON LITTON, Cherokee Cavaliers; Forty Years of Cherokee History as Told in the Correspondence of the Ridge-Watie-Boudinot Family. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1939.

200 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

DONNAN, ELIZABETH, Documents Illustrative of the History of the Slave Trade to America. Washington, D. C., Carnegie Institution of Washington, 19301935. 4 Vols.
EDWARDS, EVERETT E., A Guide for Courses in the History of American Agriculture. Washington, D. C., 1939. Mimeographed. (United States Department of Agriculture, Library, Bibliographical Contributions, No. 35.)
FREMONT, MRS. JESSIE (BENTON), Souvenirs of My Time. Boston, D. Lothrop and Company [c1887].
HANNA, A. J., A Bibliography of the Writings of Irving Bacheller. Winter Park, Fla., Rollins College [1939]. (Rollins College Bulletin, Vol. 35, No. 1, September, 1939.)
HARPER, GEORGE W., ed., Antique Collector's Guide and Reference Handbook. New York, George W. Harper, c1939.
HOEBEL, E. ADAMSON, The Political Organization and Law-Ways of the Comanche Indians. Menasha, Wis., American Anthropological Association, 1940. (Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association, No. 54.)
HOWITT, EMANUEL, Selections From Letters Written During a Tour Through the United States, in the Summer and Autumn of 1819; Illustrative of the Character of the Native Indians . . . Nottingham, J. Dunn [1820].
IMLAH, ALBERT HENRY, Lord Ellenborough; a Biography of Edward Law, Earl of Ellenborough, Governor-General of India. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1939. (Harvard Historical Studies, Vol. 43.)
IRWIN, LEONARD BERTRAM, Pacific Railways and Nationalism in the Canadian-American Northwest, 1845-1873 . . . Philadelphia, 1939. (Thesis, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1939.)
JOHNSON, RICHARD W., A Soldier's Reminiscences in Peace and War. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company, 1886.
JOYNER, FRED BUNYON, David Ames Wells, Champion of Free Trade. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, The Torch Press [cl939].
KIDDER, A. V., The Excavations at Pecos in 1925. Santa Fe, N. M., 1926. (Papers of the School of American Research, New Series Paper, No. 14.)
KIRBY, THOMAS A., Chaucer's Troilus; a Study in Courtly Love. University, La., Louisiana State University Press, 1940. (Louisiana State University Studies, No. 39.)
LA FARGE, OLIVER, As Long as the Grass Shall Grow. Photographs by Helen M. Post. New York, Alliance Book Corporation [c1940].
LATHROP, ELISE L., Early American Inns and Taverns. New York, Tudor Publishing Company, 1936.
MABRY, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, The Negro in North Carolina Politics Since Reconstruction. Durham, N. C., Duke University Press, 1940. (Trinity College Historical Society, Historical Papers, Series 23.)
MCMURTRIE, DOUGLAS CRAWFORD, Some Facts Concerning the Invention of Printing, the Five-hundredth Anniversary of Which Will Be Celebrated Internationally in 1940. Chicago, Chicago Club of Printing House Craftsmen, 1939.
MADARIAGA, SALVADOR DE, Christopher Columbus; Being the Life of the Very Magnificent Lord Don Cristobal Colon. New York, The Macmillan Company, 1940.
MANNING, WILLIAM RAY, ed., Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States; Inter-American Affairs, 1831-1860. Vol. XI. Spain. Documents 5033-5678.

RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 201

Vol. XII. Texas and Venezuela. Documents 5679-6174. Washington, D. C., Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1939. (Publications of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Division of International Law, Washington.)
MEXICAN CENTRAL RAILWAY COMPANY LIMITED, Annual Reports of the Board of Directors to the Stockholders for the Years Ending December 31, 18801900.
MICHIGAN, CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION, 1835, The Michigan Constitutional Conventions of 1835-36; Debates and Proceedings. Ann Arbor, The University of Michigan Press, 1940.
MOSK, SANFORD A., A Railroad to Utopia. (Reprinted from The Southwestern Social Science Quarterly, December, 1939.)
MOUNT VERNON LADIES' ASSOCIATION OF THE UNION, Annual Report, 1959. Mount Vernon [1939].
MULLER, SAMUEL, and others, Manual for the Arrangement and Description of Archives . . . New York, The H. W. Wilson Company, 1940.
National Cyclopaedia of American Biography, Being the History of the United States. Vol. 27. New York, James T. White and Company, 1939.
NEW YORK, Museum, Annual Report of the Trustees, 1939. New York, 1940.
PARSONS, ELISE WORTHINGTON (CLEWS), Pueblo Indian Religion, Chicago, The University of Chicago Press [c1939]. 2 Vols.
Patterson's American Educational Directory, Vol. 37. Chicago, American Educational Company, 1940.
PAXSON, FREDERIC LOGAN, American Democracy and the World War, Vol. 2; America at War, 1917-1918. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1939.
PRATT, HARRY EDWARD, Lincoln, 1840-1846; Being the Day-by-Day Activities of Abraham Lincoln, From January 1, 1840, to December 31, 1846. Springfield, Ill., The Abraham Lincoln Association [cl939].
ROBERTSON, COLIN, Colin Robertson's Correspondence Book, September, 1817, to September, 1822. Toronto, The Champlain Society, 1939.
ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION, [Annual Report] . . . a Review for 1939, by Raymond B. Fosdick. New York, 1940.
SCHULTE, PAUL CLARENCE, The Catholic Heritage of Saint Louis: A History of the Old Cathedral Parish, St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. [The Catholic Herald], 1934.
SCRAMUZZA, VINCENT MARY, The Emperor Claudius. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1940. (Harvard Historical Studies, Vol. 44.)
SHIPPED, LESTER BURRELL, Canadian-American Relations, 1849-1874. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1939.
SINGLETON, ESTHER, ed., Historic Landmarks of America as Seen and Described by Famous Writers. New York, Dodd, Mead and Company, 1909.
SOUTHERN REGIONAL CONFERENCE AND LOUISIANA STATE CONFERENCE ON FAMILY RELATIONS, Proceedings of the First . . . February 24-25, 1939. University, La., Louisiana State University, 1939.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY, Present Status of the Mexican Oil "Expropriations" 1940. New York, Standard Oil Company (N. J.), n. d.
STONG, PHILLIP DUFFIELD, Horses and Americans. New York, Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1939.

202 KANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

TEXAS FOLK-LORE SOCIETY, In the Shadow of History. Austin, Texas Folk-Lore Society, 1939. (Publications of the Texas Folk-Lore Society, No. 15.)
THOMASON, JOHN WILLIAM, JR., Jeb Stuart. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934.
VAN LOON, HENDRIK WILLAM, and GRACE CASTAGNETRA, The Songs America Sings. New York, Simon and Schuster [c1939].
VERNON, ARTHUR, The History and Romance of the Horse. Boston, Waverly House [1939].
WAGNER, GLENDOLIN DAMON, and WILLIAM A. ALLEN, Blankets and Moccasins, Plenty Coups and His People, the Crows. Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1936.
WALLACE, WILLARD MOSHER, Sir Edwin Sandys and the First Parliament of James I. Philadelphia, 4940. (Thesis, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1940.)
WEBB, WILLIAM S., and others, Ricketts Site Revisited; Site 3, Montgomery County, Kentucky. Lexington, University of Kentucky, 1940. (Publications of the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, Vol. 4, No. 6.)
WEBS, WILLIAM S., and WILLIAM G. HAAG, Cypress Creek Villages, Sites 11 and 1.2, McLean County, Kentucky. Lexington, University of Kentucky, 1940. (Publications of the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, Vol. 4, No. 2.)
WHITE, LESLIE A., Pioneers in American Anthropology; the Bandelier-Morgan Letters, 1873-1888. Albuquerque, The University of New Mexico Press, 1940. 2 Vols.
Who's Who in America. Vol. 21,1940-1941. Chicago, The A. N. Marquis Company, 1940.
WISSLER, CLARK, Indian Cavalcade; or, Life on the Old-time Indian Reservations. New York, Sheridan House [cl938].
--, Indians of the United States; Four Centuries of Their History and Culture. New York, Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc., 1940.
World Almanac and Book of Facts for 1940. New York, The New York World-Telegram, c1940.