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The Project Gutenberg eBook of U.S. Copyright Renewals, 1957 July - DecemberThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it,give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online atwww.gutenberg.netTitle: U.S. Copyright Renewals, 1957 July - DecemberAuthor: U.S. Copyright OfficeRelease Date: March 30, 2004 [EBook #11816] [Date last updated: January 20, 2005]Language: English*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK COPYRIGHT RENEWALS ***Produced by Michael Dyck, Charles Franks, William Fishburne, and the Online Distributed Proofreading team, usingpage images supplied by the Universal Library Project at Carnegie Mellon University.RENEWAL REGISTRATIONSA list of books, pamphlets, serials, and contributions to periodicals for which renewal registrations were made during theperiod covered by this issue. Arrangement is alphabetical under the name of the author or issuing body or, in the case ofserials and certain other works, by title. Information relating to both the original and the renewal registration is included ineach entry. References from the names of renewal claimants, joint authors, editors, etc. and from variant forms of namesare interfiled.ABBOTT, JANE. Beggarman. © 6Mar30; A23801. Jane Abbott (A); 6Sep57; R198667. Merridy road. Illustrated by Josephine Reiniger. © 11Oct30 ...

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The Project Gutenberg eBook of U.S. Copyright Renewals, 1957 July - December This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net Title: U.S. Copyright Renewals, 1957 July - December Author: U.S. Copyright Office Release Date: March 30, 2004 [EBook #11816] [Date last updated: January 20, 2005] Language: English *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK COPYRIGHT RENEWALS *** Produced by Michael Dyck, Charles Franks, William Fishburne, and the Online Distributed Proofreading team, using page images supplied by the Universal Library Project at Carnegie Mellon University. RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS A list of books, pamphlets, serials, and contributions to periodicals for which renewal registrations were made during the period covered by this issue. Arrangement is alphabetical under the name of the author or issuing body or, in the case of serials and certain other works, by title. Information relating to both the original and the renewal registration is included in each entry. References from the names of renewal claimants, joint authors, editors, etc. and from variant forms of names are interfiled. ABBOTT, JANE. Beggarman. © 6Mar30; A23801. Jane Abbott (A); 6Sep57; R198667. Merridy road. Illustrated by Josephine Reiniger. © 11Oct30; A30717. Jane Abbott (A); 18Oct57; R201251. ABBOTT NEW YORK DIGEST. Cumulative quarterly pamphlet. Consolidated ed., Oct. 1929. © 15Oct29; A15779. Lawyers Co-operative Pub. Co. & West Pub. Co. (PCW); 11Oct57; R200895. ABRAHAM, PIERRE. Figures: recherches sur la creation intellectuelle. (Les Documents bleus, le nomme, no.12) © 31Dec29; AF8664. Pierre Abraham (A); 9Sep57; R198792. ACHRON, JOSEPH, tr. Practical manual of harmony. SEE Rimsky-Korsakov, N. ACHRON, MRS. JOSEPH. SEE Achron, Marie. ACHRON, MARIE. Practical manual of harmony. SEE Rimsky-Korsakov, N. ACKLEY, A. H. In the time of spring. w & m A. H. Ackley. (In The Song hour) © 10Jul30; AA47407. A. H. Ackley (A); 13Sep57; R199220. Lovely star, w & m A. H. Ackley. (In The Song hour) © 10Jul30; AA47407. A. H. Ackley (A); 13Sep57; R199218. Rain. w & m. (In The Song hour) © 10Jul30; AA47407. A. H. Ackley (A); 13Sep57; R199214. Song to the boatman. w & m A. H. Ackley. (In The Song hour) © 10Jul30; AA47407. A. H. Ackley (A); 13Sep57; R199212. Tumble town; w & m. (In The Song hour) © 10Jul30; AA47407. A. H. Ackley (A); 13Sep57; R199209. The whip-poor-will; w & m A. H. Ackley. (In The Song hour) © 10Jul30; AA47407. A. H. Ackley (A); 13Sep57; R199205. ACKLEY, B. D. The debaters. w Louella Leonard, pseud. of Elsie Duncan Yale, m B. D. Ackley. (In The Song hour) © 10Jul30; AA47407. B. D. Ackley (A); 13Sep57; R199227. Good-bye, rain. w Elsie Duncan Yale; m R. Ward Howe, pseud. of B. D. Ackley. (In The Song hour) © 10Jul30; AA47407. B. D. Ackley (C); 13Sep57; R199223. Hail and farewell. w Edith Sanford Tillotson; m R. Ward Howe, pseud. of B. D. Ackley. (In The Song hour) © 10Jul30; AA47407. B. D. Ackley (A); 13Sep57; R199219. Mr. Gloom. w Louella Leonard; m R. Ward Howe, pseud. of B. D. Ackley. (In The Song hour) © 10Jul30; AA47407. B. D. Ackley (A); 13Sep57; R199215. Till we meet again; w Edith Sanford Tillotson, m R. Ward Howe, pseud. of B. D. Ackley. (In The Song hour) © 10Jul30; AA47407. B. D. Ackley (A); 13Sep57; R199210. We are listening in; w Grace Gordon, m R. Ward Howe, pseud. of B. D. Ackley. (In The Song hour) © 10Jul30; AA47407. B. D. Ackely (A); 13Sep57; R199208. ACKLEY, BENTLEY D. Work and play; w Edith Sanford Tillotson, m R. Bruce Howe, pseud, of B. D. Ackley. (In The Song hour, no.23) © 10Jul30; AA47407. Bentley D. Ackley & Edith Sanford Tillotson (A); 13Sep57; R199203. ADAM, GEORGE. The tiger, Georges Clemenceau, 1841-1929. © 10Feb30, AI-13693; 1May30, A22598. H. Pearl Adam (W); 16Dec57; R204805. ADAM, H. PEARL. The tiger, Georges Clemenceau, 1841-1929. SEE Adam, George. ADAM, MADELEINE. SEE Vercel, Madeleine Adam. ADAMS, EUSTACE L. Burning beauty. SEE Bailey, Temple. On the wings of flame. (An Andy Lane story) © 15Aug29; A11689. Eustace L. Adams (A); 11Jul57; R195307. ADAMS, FAY. Teaching the bright pupil, by Pay Adams and Walker Brown. © 11Jun30; A24668. William Walker Brown (A); 10Jul57; R195239. ADAMS, FRANK R. Alibis for two. (In Redbook magazine, June 1930) © 9May30; B71184. Frank R. Adams (A); 5Aug57; R196812. The masquerader. Installment 1-2. (In Miss 1930, Jan.-Feb. 1930) © 26Nov29, B51104; 20Dec29, B53782. Frank R. Adams (A); 5Aug57; R196808-196809. The party at the palace. (In Redbook, July 1930) © 12Jun30; B76226. Frank R. Adams (A); 5Aug57; R196813. The straightline story. (In Redbook, May 1930) © 11Apr30; B67414. Frank R. Adams (A); 5Aug57; R196811. A woman around the house. (In Smart set-McClures, Apr. 1930) © 5Mar30; B62450. Frank R. Adams (A); 5Aug57; R196810. ADAMS, GRACE. How glands affect personality. (Little blue book, no.1477) © 30Nov29; A17253. Haldeman-Julius Co. (PWH); 18Nov57; R202447. How to think clearly. © 22Jul29; A10886. Haldeman-Julius Co. (PWH); 19Jul57; R195763. What you should know about your sensations. (Little blue book, no.1476) © 30Nov29; A17360. Haldeman-Julius Co. (PWH); 18Nov57; R202448. ADAMS, HARRIET S. Bob Chase with the lion hunters. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. The Bobbsey twins at Spruce Lake. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. Bomba, the jungle boy and the lost explorers. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. Bomba, the jungle boy on the underground river. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. Buck's winning hit. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. The bungalow mystery. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. The Cliff Island mystery. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. Don Sturdy in the land of giants. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. Flying to the rescue. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. Four little Blossoms indoors and out. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. Garry Grayson's winning touchdown. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. The great airport mystery. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. The hidden staircase. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. Honey Bunch: her first trip on the Great Lakes. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. Lanky Lawson and his trained zebra. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. Larry's fadeaway. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. Lost at the South Pole. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. Margy's mysterious visitor. SEE Stratemeyer. Edward. The mystery at Lilac Inn. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. The outdoor girls on a canoe trip. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. The pick-up nine. SEE Strateneyer, Edward. The radio boys to the rescue. SEE Strateraeyer, Edward. The secret of the old clock. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. Six little Bunkers at Lighthouse Nell's. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. Sunny Boy and his cave. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. Through the air to Alaska. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. Tom Swift and his big dirigible. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. The X Bar X boys lost in the Rockies. SEE Stratemeyer, Edward. ADAMS, HERBERT. The crime In the Dutch garden. © 12Aug30; A29299. Herbert Adams (A); 16Aug57; R197571. ADAMS, JAMES TRUSLOW. The Adams family. © 6Jun30; A23984. Mrs. James Truslow Adams (W); 6Nov57; R202241. ADAMS, MRS. JAMES TRUSLOW. The Adams family. SEE Adams, James Trualow. ADAMS, JULIA DAVIS. Mountains are free. Illustrated by Theodore Nadejen. © 26Aug30; A26941. Julia Davis Adams (Mrs. Charles P. Healy) (A); 5Dec57; R204176. ADAMS, PAULINE BATCHELDER, illus. The jingling A, B, C's. SEE Krum, Charlotte. ADAMS, RAYMOND. Walden. SEE Thoreau, Henry David. ADAMS, SAMUEL HOPKINS. The godlike Daniel. © 24Oct30; A29660. Samuel Hopkins Adams (A); 21Nov57; R203186. The men in her life, by Warner Fabian, pseud. © 14Oct30; A30117. Samuel Hopkins Adams (A); 21Nov57; R203187. ADDISON, JOSEPH. The Sir Roger de Coverley papers, from the Spectator. Edited by H. G. Paul. (Golden key series) © on pref., introd. & notes; 17Feb30; A19771. H. G. Paul (A); 26Aug57; R198025. ADVENTURES AND ACHIEVEMENTS. Henry Pitz, Illustrator. (The Children's hour, v.8) © on illus.; 14Dec29; A18337. Houghton Mifflin Co. (PWH); 22Nov57; R202961. AGASSIZ FUERTES, LOUIS. SEE Fuertes, Louis Agassiz. AIKENS, ELIZABETH MCCONATHY. The music hour. SEE McConathy, Osbourne. The music hour in the kindergarten and first grade. SEE McConathy, Osbourne. ALABAMA. Report of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Alabama. SEE Alabama. Supreme Court. ALABAMA. SUPREME COURT. Report of cases argued and determined In the Supreme Court of Alabama. Vol.220, October terms, 1928-1929, 1929-1930. By Noble H. Seay, reporter. © 14Jul30; A25986. State of Alabama (PWH); 7Oct57; R200720. ALABAMA AND SOUTHERN REPORTER DIGEST. Cumulative current pamphlet service, 1930, no.1-2. © 10Apr30, A22770; 12Jul30, A26671. West Pub. Co. (PWH); 3Jul57, R194921; 7Oct57, R200732. ALADJALOV, CONSTANTIN, illus. Pep; J. L. Wetcheek's American song book. SEE Feuchtwanger, Lion. ALCANTER DE BRAHM, JEANNE ICHARD. Le cadran magique, par Jean Rosmer, pseud. et Mme Valentine d'Entrevaux. © 16Apr30; AF8164. Jean Rosmer (Mme De Brahm) & Mme Valentine d'Entrevaux (A); 3Sep57; R198446. ALDIS, DOROTHY. Jane's father. With drawings by Margaret Freeman. © 6Sep29; A12433. Dorothy Aldis (A); 5Sep57; R198511. ALEXANDER, RUTH. The blue eyed sheik prefers blondes, by Kathryn Kimball, pseud. © 1Feb30; AA70667. Wetmore Declamation Bureau (PWH); 20Dec57; R204448. Brother makes a cake, by Kathryn Kimball, pseud. © 1Feb30; AA66889. Wetmore Declamation Bureau (PWH); 20Dec57; R204467. The lilac lady, by Kathryn Kimball, pseud. © 1Sep30; AA66884. Wetmore Declamation Bureau (PWH); 20Dec57; R204450. ALEXANDER THE GREAT. SEE A Middle Low German Alexander legend. ALINGTON, ADRIAN. Slowbags and Arethusa. © 23Jan30; A18393. Adrian Alington (A); 16Dec57; R204802. ALLARD, JULIA. SEE Daudet, Julia Allard. ALLEE, MAJORIE HILL. Susanna and Tristram; with illus. by Hattie Longstreet Price. © 20Sep29; A13526. Barbara Allee Angell & Mary Allee Barth (C); 23Jul57; R196280. ALLEN, WARREN D., ed. SEE Stanford songs. ALTEMUS, HOWARD E., ed. The fairyland story book. Illus. from original drawings by Bess Goe Willis, Margaret Campbell Hoopes and J. L. Gallagher. © 12Sep30; AA50610. Platt & Munk Co., Inc. (PWH); 17Sep57; R199080. ALVERDES, PAUL. The whistlers' room. Basil Creighton, translator. © 22Jan30; A19186. Crown Publishers, Inc. (PWH); 6Dec57; R203321. AMANN, PAUL, tr. Nacht und Tag. SEE Maurice, Martin. AMERICAN ASSN. OF STATE HIGHWAY OFFICIALS. United States numbered highways, by W. C. Markham. © 19Aug29; AA23426. American Assn. of State Highway Officials (PCW); 24Jul57; R196400. AMERICAN LAW BOOK CO. SEE Corpus juris. AMINOFF, LEONIE. Storm. (The Torchlight series of Napoleonic romances) © 12Feb30; A21158. Sylvia Marguerite Adelaide McDougall (NK); 29Nov57; R203684. AMMERS-KULLER, JO VAN. Tantalus. Translated from the Dutch by G. J. Renier and Irene Clephane. © 17Jan30; A19488. E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc. (PWH); 7Oct57; R200879. ANDERSON, ELEANOR COPENHAVER. Factory town. SEE Anderson, Sherwood. It's a woman's age. SEE Anderson, Sherwood. Machine song: automobile. SEE Anderson, Sherwood. They come bearing gifts. SEE Anderson, Sherwood. ANDERSON, FREDERIC A., illus. The last cruise of the Panther. SEE Jenkins, Macgregor. ANDERSON, MAXWELL. Gypsy. (In The best plays of 1928-1929 and The year book of the drama in America) © 15Nov29; A15948. Maxwell Anderson (A); 6Sep57; R198590. ANDERSON, SHERWOOD. Factory town. (In New Republic, Mar. 26, 1930) © 20Mar30; B64659. Eleanor Copenhaver Anderson (W); 27May57; R193110. It's a woman's age. (In Scribner's magazine, Dec. 1930) © 20Nov30; B94890. Eleanor Copenhaver Anderson (W); 22Nov57; R202856. Machine song: automobile. (In Household magazine, Oct. 1930) © 5Sep30; B92340. Eleanor Copenhaver Anderson (W); 27Sep57; R199553. They come bearing gifts. (In American mercury, Oct. 1930) © 25Sep30; B91587. Eleanor Copenhaver Anderson (W); 27Sep57; R199552. ANDERSON (W. H.) CO. A treatise on the laws of estate and inheritance taxation, Ohio and Federal. SEE Cassidy, John R. ANDERTON, SEVEN. Girl from Evil Lane. (In Redbook magazine, Oct. 1929) © 12Sep29; B42346. Seven Anderton (A); 11Sep57; R198655. ANDRADE, E. N. DA C. An hour of physics. (The One hour series) © 13Feb30; A21564. E. N. da C. Andrade (A); 18Oct57; R201250. ANDREWS, CICILY FAIRFIELD. A last London letter, by Rebecca West, pseud. (In The Bookman, Aug. 1930) © 28Aug30; B85478. Rebecca West (A); 4Oct57; R200308. A letter from abroad. Pt.1-9. By Rebecca West, pseud. (In The Bookman, Sept. 1929-Mar. 1930, Apr.-May, June 1930) © 1Sep29, B48691; 1Oct29, B48692; 1Nov29, B48693; 4Dec29, B52351; 2Jan30, B56909; 7Feb30, B61517; 30Mar30, B68203; 21Apr30, B69723; 24Jun30, B79677. * (*); 5Jul57; R195263-195271. A London letter. Pt.4, by Rebecca West, pseud. (In The Bookman. Aug. 1929) © 30Jul29; B38224. Rebecca West (Cicily Fairfield Andrews) (A); 5Jul57; R195258. ANDREWS, WILLIAM PAGE, tr. Faust, pt.1. SEE Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. ANGELL, BARBARA ALLEE. Susanna and Tristram. SEE Allee,