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The bonfire (A fogueira) Translated

from the Portuguese by Dudley

Poore. ? 10Aug44; A182212.

Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc.

(PWH); 12Nov71; R518248.

CARNES, BETTY.

For works claimed by Betty Carnes

SEE SMITH, DOUGLAS M.

CARNES, CECIL.

For works by Cecil Carnes SEE

SMITH, DOUGLAS M.

CAROUSSO, GEORGES.

Day of glory. (In Saturday evening post, Jan. 15, 1944) ? 12Jan44; B613929. Georges Carousso (A); 26Jul71; R509698.

Hi, cousin. (In Collier's, July 22, 1944) ? 14Jul44; B638033. Georges Carousso (A); 26Jul71; R509700.

It's a long way down. (In Saturday

evening post, May 6, 1944)

? 3May44; B628616. Georges

Carousso (A); 26Jul71; R509699.

No mortals on earth. (In Saturday

evening post, Oct. 14, 1944)

? 11Oct44; B647765. Georges

Carousso (A); 1Nov71; R515751.

Nothing must change. (In Saturday

evening post, July 29, 1944)

? 26Jul44; B638906. Georges

Carousso (A); 26Jul71; R509701.

One against the Japs. (In Saturday

evening post, Dec. 4, 1943)

? 1Dec43; B609331. Georges

Carousso (A); 26Jul71; R509697.

CARPENTER, HARRY G.

Investment timing by formula plans; today's approach to investment programs. ? 8Sep43; A175271. Harry Carpenter, Jr. (C); 2Sep71; R511912.

CARPENTER, HARRY G., JR.

Investment timing by formula plans.

SEE CARPENTER, HARRY G.

CARR, JOHN DICKSON.

He wouldn't kill Patience, by Carter,

Dickson, pseud. ? 9Feb44;

A178752. John Dickson Carr (A);

7Sep71; R513120.

CARRE, HENRI.

La jeunesse et la marche au pouvoir

de Richelieu (1585-1624) ? 30Jun44;

AF50455. Colette Denizot, nee

C. Lucy (E); 31Aug71; R511016.

CARRIGHAR, SALLY.

The buck on the rock. (In The

Saturday evening post, July 29,

1944) ? 26Jul44; B638906. Sally

Carrighar (A); 7Sep71; R512027.

One day on Beetle Rock. Illus. by

Henry B. Kane. ? 13Nov44; A184638.

Sally Carrighar (A) & Alfred

A. Knopf, Inc. (PWH of H. B. Kane);

3Dec71; R517812.

CARRION, ALEJANDRO. SEE FIVE YOUNG AMERICAN POETS.

CARROLL, JOHN E.

Indiana banking and related laws.

SEE INDIANA. LAWS, STATUTES, ETC.

CARROLL, LEWIS, pseud. SEE DODGSON,

CHARLES LUTWIDGE.

CARROLL, PHIL, JR.

Timestudy fundamentals for foremen.

With a foreword by Glenn Gardiner.

? 3Jan44; A178050. Phil Carroll,

Jr. (A); 1Sep71; R512291.

CARTER, HELENE.

First the flower then the fruit.

SEE LUCAS, JANNETTE MAY.

CARTMELL, EMILY W.

S.R.O. SEE CERF, BENNETT.

CARTMELL, VAN H.

S.R.O. SEE CERF, BENNETT.

CASSIDY, ROSALIND.

Group experience.

SEE BAXTER, BERNICE.

CASTANEDA, C. E.

A history of Latin America for schools. SEE INMAN, SAMUEL GUY.

CASTANEDA, MRS. CARLOS E.

A history of Latin America for schools. SEE INMAN, SAMUEL GUY.

CASTILLO, CARLOS.

Antologia de la literature Mexicana. Introduccion, selecciones y critica de Carlos Castillo. Un apendice bibliografico de Luis Leal. ? 11Apr44; A180370. Marian G. Castillo (W); 22Jul71; R509657.

CASTILLO, MARIAN G.

Antologia de la literatura Mexicana.

SEE CASTILLO, CARLOS.

CASTLE, MARGERY SHARP. SEE SHARP, MARGERY.

CATE, LEAH HUNTLEY.

The bells of Leyden sing.

SEE COBLENTZ, CATHERINE GATE.

CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA.

Teaching fourth-grade reading: methods

and procedures for This is our land.

SEE THOMAS AQUINAS, SISTER.

These are our freedoms.

SEE CHARLOTTE, SISTER.

For other works claimed by the

Catholic University of America

SEE MARGUERITE, SISTER.

CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA PRESS.

Teaching fourth-grade reading: methods

and procedures for This is our land.

SEE THOMAS AQUINAS, SISTER.

These are our freedoms.

SEE CHARLOTTE, SISTER.

For other works by Catholic University

of America Press SEE MARGUERITE,

SISTER.

CAVE, HUGH B.

Long were the nights: the saga of PT squadron "X" in the Solomons. With cooperation of Alan R. Montgomery, Robert L. Searles & Leonard A. Nikoloric. ? 19Oct43; A176368. Hugh B. Cave (A); 7Oct71; R514372.

CAVERT, WALTER DUDLEY.

Remember now; daily devotional readings for young people. ? 19Feb44; A179347. Walter D. Cavert (A); 8Jul71; R508845.

CERF, BENNETT.

S.R.O.; the most successful plays in

the history of the American stage.

Compiled by Bennett Cerf & Van H.

Cartmell. Introd. by John Chapman.

Foreword by Bennett Cerf & Van H.

Cartmell. ? 1Dec44; A184799.

Emily W. Cartmell (W); 17Dec71;

R518986.

Try and stop me. Illustrated by Carl

Rose. ? 3Nov44; A184461.

Mrs. Bennett Cerf (W), Christopher

Cerf & Jonathan Cerf (C); 8Nov71;

R516263.

CERF, MRS. BENNETT.

Try and stop me. SEE CERF, BENNETT.

CERF, CHRISTOPHER.

Try and stop me. SEE CERF, BENNETT.

CERF, JONATHAN.

Try and stop me. SEE CERF, BENNETT.

CHALMERS, AUDREY.

I had a penny. Illustrated by the

author. ? 15Sep44; A182897.

Faith C. Daiak (C); 8Oct71;

R514864.

CHALMERS, MRS. H. B. SEE CHALMERS, AUDREY.

CHALMERS, MARGARET PIPER.

Pollyanna's protegee. Colored frontispiece by Harold Cue. (The Eleventh glad book) ? 12Sep44; A182943. L. C. Page & Co., a division of Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc. (PWH); 1Nov71; R516675.

CHAMBERLAIN, HENRIQUETA.

An invitation to Portuguese. SEE

MADRIGAL, MARGARITA.

CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN L., JR.

Vom kennen zum koennen, by John L.

Chamberlain, Jr. & Fritz Tiller.

? 31Jan44; A178890. John L.

Chamberlain, Jr. & Fritz Tiller (A);

13Aug71; R510976.

CHAMBERLIN, WILLIAM HENRY.

The Russian enigma; an interpretation.

? 25Oct43; A176485. William

Henry Chamberlin (A); 28Jul71;

R509845.

The Ukraine: a submerged nation.

? 5Dec44; A184673. Elizabeth

Epstein (C); 3Jan72; R520063.

CHAMBERS (W. & R.) LTD.

Chambers' technical dictionary. SEE

TWENEY, C. F.

CHAMBLISS, WILLIAM C.

Boomerang. ? 20Jul44; A181948.

William C. Chambliss (A); 10Sep71;

R511491.

CHAMOUX, YOLANDE. SEE BRISSON, YOLANDE CHAMOUX.

CHAMPAGNE, MARIAN G.

The cauliflower heart. ? 23Feb44; A173929. Marian G. Champagne (A); 8Dec71; R518420.

CHANDLER, ANNA CURTIS.

Dragons on guard. ? on text; 23Mar44; A179668. Harry Beardslee Brainerd (Wr); 20Dec71; R519057.

CHANDLER, CAROLINE A.

Susie Stuart, home front doctor. ? 12Nov43; A176986. Caroline Chandler (A); 7Oct71; R514381.

CHANDLER, RAYMOND.

Simple art of murder. (In Atlantic monthly, Dec. 1944) ? 28Nov44; B654469. Helga Greene (E); 17Dec71; R519361.

CHANEY, MARGARET S.

Nutrition; table, nutritive value of foods, by Margaret S. Chaney & Margaret Ahlborn. 3d ed. ? 24Sep43; A176286. Margaret S. Chaney (A); 23Aug71; R511371.

CHANG, H. H.

Chiang Kai-shek: Asia's man of

destiny. ? 14Jul44; A181737.

H. H. Chang (A); 23Jul71; R509534.

CHAPMAN, MRS. FRANK. SEE CHAPMAN, GLADYS SWARTHOUT.

CHAPMAN, GLADYS SWARTHOUT.

Come soon, tomorrow, by Gladys

Swarthout. ? 7Dec43; A177397.

Gladys Swarthout Chapman (Mrs. Frank)

(A); 7Oct71; R514384.

CHAPMAN, JOHN.

S.R.O. SEE CERF, BENNETT.

CHAPMAN, MARGARET STORM JAMESON.

Cloudless May, by Storm Jameson.

? 29Feb44; A178983. Margaret

Storm Jameson Chapman (A); 9Jun71;

R507077.

CHAPPELL, CLOVIS G.

Living zestfully. ? 11Apr44; A180800.

Clovis G. Chappell (A); 8Jul71;

R508848.

CHAPPELL, WARREN.

Hansel and Gretel.

SEE GRIMM, WILHELM KARL.

The tragedies of Shakespeare.

SEE SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM.

CHARLOTTE, SISTER.

These are our freedoms, by Sister M. Charlotte & Mary Synon. (Faith and freedom readers, 7) Appl. author: Catholic University of America Press, employer for hire. ? 4Oct44; A184425. Catholic University of America (PWH); 6Dec71; R519416.

CHARTERS, JESSIE A.

For works claimed by Jessie A. Charters

SEE CUTRIGHT, PRUDENCE.

CHARTERS, W. W.

For works by W. W. Charters

SEE CUTRIGHT, PRUDENCE.

CHARTERS, W. W., JR.

For works claimed by W. W. Charters,

Jr. SEE CUTRIGHT, PRUDENCE.

CHARUSKIN, E.

Baby bears: a true story. Translated from the Russian by Marguerita Rudolph. With illus. by George Korff. NM: revisions in translation. ? 9May44; A180551. Marguerita Rudolph (A); 6Jul71; R508747.

CHASE, JOHN C.

Solo dramas.

SEE HICKEY, MARY LOUISE.

CHASE MANHATTAN BANK, NATIONAL ASSN., NEW YORK.

For works claimed by Chase Manhattan

Bank, National Assn., New York

SEE WOOLRICH, CORNELL.

CHASE, MARY ELLEN.

The Bible and the common reader. ? 21Nov44; A184402. Mary Ellen Chase (A); 17Dec71; R519091.

CHASE, RHODA.

For the children's hour.

SEE BAILEY, CAROLYN SHERWIN.

CHASE, RICHARD.

The jack tales. Told by R. M. & his kindred & by other descendants of Council Harmon. Set down from these sources & edited by Richard Chase. With an appendix compiled by Herbert Halpert. Illustrated by Berkeley Williams, Jr. ? 12Aug43; A174864. Richard Chase (A); 30Jun71; R508476.

CHASE, STUART.

How to keep ghosts out of town. (In

The Reader's digest, Jan. 1945)

? 22Dec44; B657827. Stuart

Chase (A); 30Dec71; R520017.

What the TVA means. (In Reader's

digest, Oct. 1944) ? 27Sep44;

B650421. Stuart Chase (A);

7Oct71; R516481.

CHASE, VIRGINIA. SEE PERKINS, VIRGINIA CHASE.

CHASIS, HERBERT.

Hypertension and hypertensive disease.

SEE GOLDRING, WILLIAM.

CHAUVENET, DOROTHY.

Nocturne.

SEE BYNNER, WITTER.

CHEAVENS, MARTHA.

So long, little kid. (In McCall's magazine, Apr. 1944) ? 31Mar44; B625261. Martha Cheavens (A); 2Sep71; R512574.

CHENNAULT, C. L.

God is my co-pilot.

SEE SCOTT, ROBERT LEE, JR.

CHERNISS, HAROLD.

Aristotle's criticism of Plato and the

Academy. Vol.1. ? 25Aug44;

A182807. Harold Cherniss (A);

8Oct71; R514913.

CHEVALIER, HAAKON.

The death of a nobody.

SEE ROMAINS, JULES.

CHEVALIER, HAAKON M.

Hidden faces.

SEE DALI, SALVADOR.

CHIDLEY, HOWARD J.

God and these times. ? 11Feb44; A178892. Howard J. Chidley (A); 19Jul71; R509450.

CHILDS, MARQUIS W.

The cabin. ? 24May44; A180936.

Marquis W. Childs (A); 16Dec71;

R518970.

CHISHOLM, THOMAS O.

Thou art here. (In Sunday school

times, June 3, 1944) ? 31May44;

B632514. Mrs. Thomas J. Blisard

(C); 4Nov71; R515385.

CHMURA, AUDREY.

Silver for General Washington.

SEE MEADOWCROFT, ENID LA MONTE.

CHOATE, FLORENCE.

The five gold sovereigns: a story of

Thomas Jefferson's time, by Florence

Choate & Elizabeth Curtis. Illustrated

by the authors. ? 27Aug43;

A175141. Margaret Curtis (NK of

E. Curtis); 24Aug71; R511449.

CHOLMONDELEY, MARY.

Hand on the latch. Edited by

A. Abbott, pseud. of Fulton Oursler.

(In Reader's digest, Oct. 1944)

? 27Sep44; B650421. April Oursler

Armstrong, Charles Fulton Oursler,

Jr., Will Oursler & Helen Oursler

Hill (C); 13Oct71; R515497.

CHRIST, JAY F.

Fundamental business law. ? 24Nov44;

A184611. American Technical Society

(PWH); 28Dec71; R520378.

CHRIST, MARTHA F.

A laboratory course in reading and writing. SEE HIMES, CATHERINE A.

A teacher's key for A laboratory course in reading and writing. SEE HIMES, CATHERINE A.

CHRISTIAN, HENRY A.

The principles and practice of medicine. SEE OSLER, SIR WILLIAM.

CHRISTIE, AGATHA.

Absent in the spring. Installment 1-2. By Mary Westmacott, pseud. (In Good housekeeping, July-Aug. 1944) ? 21Jun44, B634954; 21Jul44, B638418. Agatha Christie Mallowan (A); 10Dec71; R518459, 518472.

Absent in the spring, by Mary

Westmacott, pseud. First pub.

serially in Good housekeeping,

July-Aug. 1944. NM: additions.

? 7Sep44; A182717. Agatha Christie

Mallowan (A); 10Dec71; R518528.

The case of the

kidnapped Pekinese.

(In Ellery Queen's mystery magazine,

Sept. 1944) ? 21Jul44; B638689.

Agatha Christie Mallowan (A);

10Dec71; R518475.

Come and be hanged. Installment 1-3. (In Collier's, May 6, 13, 20, 1944) ? 28Apr44, B628477; 5May44, B628855; 12May44, B630512. Agatha Christie Mallowan (A); 2Sep71; R512582-512583, 512585.

Remembered death. Installment 1-8. (In Saturday evening post, July 15-Sept. 2, 1944) ? 12Jul44, B636667; 19Jul44, B638321; 26Jul44, B638906; 2Aug44, B639517; 9Aug44, B641303; 16Aug44, B641672; 23Aug44, B642145; 30Aug44, B642949. Agatha Christie Mallowan (A); 10Dec71; R518470-518471, 518478, 518480, 518486, 518488, 518490, 518494.

CHRISTMAS; an American annual of

Christmas literature and art. Vol.14.

Randolph E. Haugan, editor.

? 10Oct44; A183919. Augsburg Pub.

House (PWH); 6Dec71; R517913.

CHRISTOPHER, FREDERICK.

Minor surgery. 5th ed. ? 14Jan44;

A178235. Mrs. Frederick Christopher

(W); 18Oct71; R515125.

Notes on nursing by a nurse. SEE

CORRY, SARAH.

CHRISTOPHER, MRS. FREDERICK.

Minor surgery. SEE CHRISTOPHER,

FREDERICK.

CHRISTOPHORO.

De re metallica, hoc est, de origine;

varietate & natura corporum.

Libri 3. Translated for Ohio Ferro-Alloys

Corp. by Nellie E. Lutz.

NM: translation. ? 18Dec43;

A177671. Ohio Ferro-Alloys Corp.

(PWH); 12Oct71; R514974.

CHURCH, AUSTIN H.

Centrifugal pumps and blowers. ? 26Jun44; A181508. Austin H. Church (A); 8Dec71; R518033.

CHUTE, JOY.

Boy meets buoy. (In Boys' life,

Sept. 1944) ? 1Sep44; B645233.

Boy Scouts of America (PWH);

30Sep71; R514429.

CHUTE, MARY GRACE.

Sheriff Olson forgets his pistol.

(In The Saturday evening post,

Dec. 11, 1943) ? 8Dec43; B609998.

Mary Grace Chute (A); 16Nov71;

R516947.

CIBA-GEIGY CORP.

Major pathology of the esophagus. SEE

RODER, PAUL W.

Major pathology of the nose and

accessory sinuses. SEE RODER,

PAUL W.

CIRLIN, EDGARD.

Tales from the Vienna woods. SEE

EWEN, DAVID.

CLAPP, FREDERICK MORTIMER.

Against a background on fire, 1938-1943. ? 23Nov43; A177079. William Turner Levy (E); 22Nov71; R517114.

CLARE, N. HOLMES.

The unready heart. SEE SHERMAN,

RICHARD.

CLARK, CAROLINE HATTON.

Arithmetic for young America;

teacher's manual for grade three-four,

by Caroline Hatton Clark,

Ruth I. Baldwin & John R. Clark.

? 26Oct44; AA467609-467610. John R.

Clark & Caroline Hatton Clark (A);

28Oct71; R515503-515504.

Arithmetic for young America;

teacher's manual for grade five-six,

by Caroline Hatton Clark, Monica

Hoye & John R. Clark. ? 26Oct44;

AA467611-467612. John R. Clark &

Caroline Hatton Clark (A); 28Oct71;

R515505-515506.

Arithmetic for young America. SEE

CLARK, JOHN R.

CLARK, DALE, pseud. SEE KAYSER, RONAL.

CLARK, J. LANDON.

Science on the march. SEE CLARK,

JOHN A.

Workbook for Science on the march,

book 3. SEE LOVE, CURTIS.

CLARK, JOHN A.

Science on the march. Book 3. By John A. Clark, Frederick L. Fitzpatrick & Edith Lillian Smith. ? on p. 528-561; 10Apr44; A180023. J. Landon Clark (C); 26Nov71; R517371.

Workbook for Science on the march, book 3. SEE LOVE, CURTIS.

CLARK, JOHN D.

For works by John D. Clark SEE

PRATT, FLETCHER.

CLARK, JOHN R.

Arithmetic for young America; grade

four, by John R. Clark, Ruth I.

Baldwin & Caroline Hatton Clark,

with the cooperation of Monica M.

Hoye. Illustrated by Ottilie Foy.

? 23May44; A181281. John R. Clark &

Caroline Hatton Clark (A); 14Jun71;

R507314.

Arithmetic for young America. Grade 6.

By John R. Clark, Monica M. Hoye

& Caroline Hatton Clark. With the

cooperation of Ruth I. Baldwin.

Illustrated by Eleanor O. Eadie

& Janet Smalley. ? 10Aug44; A182239.

John R. Clark & Caroline Hatton

Clark (A); 16Aug71; R511198.

Arithmetic for young America. SEE

CLARK, CAROLINE HATTON.

Fundamental mathematics. SEE

SCHORLING, RALEIGH.

CLARK, MAE KNIGHT.

For works by Mae Knight Clark SEE

CUTRIGHT, PRUDENCE.

CLARK, ROBERT E.

God's dreams, poems. SEE CLARK,

THOMAS CURTIS.

CLARK, THOMAS CURTIS.

God's dreams, poems. ? 12Jan44; A178196. Robert E. Clark (C); 30Nov71; R517349.

CLARK, THOMAS D.

Pills, petticoats, and plows; the southern country store. ? 3Apr44; A179800. Thomas D. Clark (A); 12Jul71; R508912.

CLARKE, GEORGE HERBERT.

The new treasury of war poetry; poems of the Second World War. Edited, with an introd. & notes, by George Herbert Clarke. ? 9Nov43; A176927. John W. Bannister (E); 12Oct71; R514772.

CLARKE, HARRY E.

With love and kisses. ? 13Sep43;

AA438432. Consolidated Book

Publishers, Inc. (PWH); 3Sep71;

R512082.

CLARKE, ISABEL C.

Where the apple reddens. ? 23Aug44; A182397. Isabel C. Clarke (A); 27Dec71; R519478.

CLARKE, MARY PATTERSON.

Parliamentary privilege in the American colonies. (Yale historical publications, miscellany, 44) ? 24Aug43; A175058. Mary Patterson Clarke (A); 20Aug71; R511294.

CLARKE, ROBERT EMMETT.

Charley horse. Illustrated by the author. Connoisseur ed. ? 25Sep44; AA465555. Robert Emmett Clarke (A); 12Oct71; R514977.

CLASON, JEANETTE.

The amazing cross. SEE HOEKSEMA,

HERMAN.

CLAUDEL, PAUL.

Pages de prose. Recueillies et

presentees par Andre Blanchet.

? 26Apr44; AF50608. Mme. veuve

Paul Claudel, nee Reine Sainte-Marie

Perrin (W); 6May71; R505523.

CLAUDEL, MME PAUL. SEE CLAUDEL, REINE SAINTE-MARIE PERRIN.

CLAUDEL, REINE SAINTE-MARIE PERRIN.

Pages de prose. SEE CLAUDEL, PAUL.

CLAXTON, DOROTHY FISKE.

Mr. Bonnet's Christmas Eve. SEE

CLAXTON, OLIVER.

CLAXTON, OLIVER.

Mr. Bonnet's Christmas Eve. (In

Charm, Dec. 1944) ? 21Nov44;

B654334. Dorothy Fiske Claxton (W);

29Nov71; R517572.

CLAYPOOL, JAMES V.

God on a battlewagon, by James V.

Claypool, as told to Carl Wiegman.

Introd. by Thomas Leigh Gatch.

? 19Jun44; A181567. James V.

Claypool (A); 4Jan72; R520207.

CLEATON, IRENE.

The outsider. ? 9Feb44; A178604.

Irene Cleaton (A); 6Jul71; R509573.

CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART.

The art museum comes to the school.

SEE POWEL, LYDIA.

CLEVELAND, REGINALD M.

Types of planes. SEE AVIATION

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES.

CLIFFORD, HAROLD B.

Canada, my neighbor. ? 3Jan44; A178003. Harold B. Clifford (A); 3Jan72; R520115.

CLINE, VERA E.

The white feather. SEE ALLEN,

MERRITT PARMELEE.

CLOETE, MILDRED.

Watling Green. SEE PANTER-DOWNES,

MOLLIE.

CLOPET, LILIANE.

Clues to Christabel. SEE FREEMAN,

KATHLEEN.

CLOWES (WILLIAM) & SONS, LTD. SEE BRASSEY'S NAVAL ANNUAL, 1944.

CLYMER, ELEANOR.

Here comes Pete. ? 1Apr44; A179943.

Eleanor Clymer (A); 28Dec71;

R518116.

COATSWORTH, ELIZABETH. SEE BESTON, ELIZABETH COATSWORTH.

COBB, MRS. GALLATIN.

Sir Max Beerbohm. SEE GALLATIN,

ALBERT EUGENE.

COBB, STANLEY.

The psychology of women: a psychoanalytic interpretation. SEE DEUTSCH, HELENE.

COBLENTZ, CATHERINE CATE.

The bells of Leyden sing.

Illustrated by Hilda Van Stockum.

? 13Sep44; A182805. Leah Huntley

Cate (NK); 27Dec71; R519484.

COBURN, DUNCAN.

The sword is drawn. SEE NORTON,

ANDRE.

COBURN, WALT.

Back trail to trouble. (In Dime

western magazine, Sept. 1943)

? 4Aug43; B597209. Mrs. Walt Coburn

(W); 26Jul71; R509669.

Coffins for fence cutters. (In Star

western, Mar. 1944) ? 11Feb44;

B620206. Mrs. Walt Coburn (W);

23Dec71; R520145.

The cold trail. (In Street & Smith's

Western story, Sept. 4, 1943)

? 6Aug43; B595802. Mrs. Walt

Coburn (W); 26Jul71; R509668.

Cotton top gets tough. (In Star

western Jan. 1944) ? 10Dec43;

B612151. Mrs. Walt Coburn (W);

26Jul71; R509681.

Deadline drift fence. (In Street &

Smith's western story, Oct. 30,

1943) ? 1Oct43; B602285. Mrs. Walt

Coburn (W); 26Jul71; R509674.

Five keys to hell's home ranch. (In

Dime western magazine, Jan. 1944)

? 3Dec43; B611227. Mrs. Walt

Coburn (W); 26Jul71; R509680.

Ghost of the back trail. (In Street

& Smith's western story, Oct. 2,

1943) ? 3Sep43; B598851. Mrs. Walt

Coburn (W); 26Jul71; R509671.

Gun-courage. (In Star western,

Oct. 1943) ? 10Sep43; B602146.

Mrs. Walt Coburn (W); 26Jul71;

R509673.

Gun squatters rights. (In Dime western

magazine, Oct. 1943) ? 3Sep43;

B600878. Mrs. Walt Coburn (W);

26Jul71; R509672.

Gun welcome to grass hills. (In

Street & Smith's western story,

Mar. 1944) ? 11Feb44; B619147.

Mrs. Walt Coburn (W); 23Dec71;

R520143.

Hell's home ranch. (In Star western,

Sept. 1943) ? 11Aug43; B598097.

Mrs. Walt Coburn. (W); 26Jul71;

R509670.

Hot lead for the humpback syndicate.

(In Dime western magazine, Nov.

1943) ? 1Oct43; B604094. Mrs.

Walt Coburn (W); 26Jul71; R509675.

King of the range. (In Street &

Smith's western story, Feb. 5, 1944)

? 7Jan44; B613957. Mrs. Walt

Coburn (W); 23Dec71; R520140.

Outlaws make dim tracks. (In Street &

Smith's western story, Feb. 19, 1944)

? 21Jan44; B616063. Mrs. Walt

Coburn (W); 23Dec71; R520142.

Renegades of Rustlers Hole. (In

Street & Smith's Western story,

Nov. 27, 1943) ? 29Oct43; B605654.

Mrs. Walt Coburn (W); 26Jul71;

R509677.

Rodeo renegades. (In Star western,

Nov. 1943) ? 8Oct43; B604922.

Mrs. Walt Coburn (W); 26Jul71;

R509676.

Skeleton Valley showdown. (In Street

& Smith's western story. Dec. 25,

1943) ? 26Nov43; B608989. Mrs.

Walt Coburn (W); 26Jul71; R509679.

The son of horsethief Britt. (In

Star Western, Dec. 1943) ? 10Nov43;

B608979. Mrs. Walt Coburn (W);

23Aug71; R510746.

Tenderfoot Jones. (In Star western,

Feb. 1944) ? 7Jan44; B615752.

Mrs. Walt Coburn (W); 23Dec71;

R520141.

Tough hands wanted. (In Dime western

magazine, Dec. 1943) ? 3Nov43;

B608153. Mrs. Walt Coburn (W);

26Jul71; R509678.

The war smokes tell of blood. (In

Dime western magazine, Mar. 1944)

? 4Feb44; B619257. Mrs. Walt

Coburn (W); 23Dec71; R520144.

COBURN, MRS. WALT.

For works claimed by Mrs. Walt Coburn

SEE COBURN, WALT.

COE, MARTHA MANNON.

Murder on the program. SEE MANNON,

M. M., pseud.

COFFIN, CARLYN.

Dogwatch: a mystery. ? 15Jun44; A181258. Carlyn Coffin (A); 4Nov71; R516028.

COLE, ANN NICHOLAS.

You and your money. SEE TRILLING,

MABEL B.

COLEMAN, HARRY J.

Give us a little smile, baby. ? 6Jul43; A174105. Harry J. Coleman (A); 1Jul71; R508412.

COLEMAN, MRS. JOHN R.

A sweeter woman. SEE HAUCK, LOUISE

PLATT.

Traveler's end. SEE HAUCK.

LOUISE PLATT.

COLEMAN, R. V. SEE ALBUM OF AMERICAN HISTORY: COLONIAL PERIOD.

COLETTE.

Paris de ma fenetre, by Colette

(Colette Goudeket) ? 11Nov44;

AF51134. Maurice Goudeket (Wr);

6Dec71; R517764.

COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION BOARD.

Achievement tests. Test booklet.

Form SA. By committee of thirty-five.

? 15Apr44; AA453504.

Educational Testing Service (PWH);

30Jun71; R508426.

Comprehensive mathematics test.

Form SA. By committee of five.

? 15Apr44; AA453505. Educational

Testing Service (PWH); 30Jun71;

R508427.

English composition. April 1944.

By committee of five. ? 15Apr44;

AA453503. Educational Testing

Service (PWH); 30Jun71; R508425.

Scholastic aptitude test.

Form SA1-10. By committee of three.

? 15Apr44; AA453493-453502.

Educational Testing Service (PWH);

30Jun71; R508415-508424.

COLLINS, ASHTON B.

The master link. ? 8Jan44; AA446158.

Ashton B. Collins (A); 20Sep71;

R513021.

Reddy Kilowatt mat service. Sheet

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