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U.S. Copyright Renewals, 1967 July - December

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COPYRIGHT RENEWALS ***

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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 are interfiled.

AARON, MICHAEL.

The MacLachlan-Aaron piano course. SEE MacLachlan, T. Robin.

ABBOT, ANTHONY, pseud. SEE Oursler, Fulton.

ABBOTT, T. W.

Experimental general chemistry. SEE Neckers, James W.

ABBOTT NEW YORK DIGEST, CONSOLIDATED EDITION. Cumulative pamphlet. © West Pub. Co. & Lawyers Co-operative Pub. Co. (PWH)

May40. © 22May40; A141630. 7Jul67; R413182.

ABEITA, LOUISE. SEE Chiwiwi, Louise Abeita.

ABRAMS, CHARLES.

Revolution in land. © 4Oct39; A132544. Charles Abrams (A); 31Jul67; R414966.

ABRAMS, ERNEST R.

Power in transition. © 27May40; A140923. Ernest R. Abrams (A); 30Nov67; R423079.

ACKLEY, B. D.

Trust and sing. B. D. Ackley, music. G. W. Payn, pseud. of C. Austin Miles, words. (In Children's day helper, no.26) © 5Apr40; AA331272. Gertrude Ackley Dye (C of B. D. Ackley) & Rodeheaver Co. (PWH of C. A. Miles); 20Jul67; R414323.

ADAMIC, LOUIS.

They came from Pomerania. (In Saturday evening post, Dec. 9, 1939) © 6Dec39; B435834. Stane Adamic (NK); 29Aug67; R416656.

ADAMIC, STANE.

They came from Pomerania. SEE Adamic, Louis.

ADAMS, EDWIN.

The new American Government and its work. SEE Young, James T.

ADAMS, JAMES TRUSLOW.

Empire on the seven seas, the British Empire 1784-1939. © 22Apr40; A140367. Kathryn Seely Adams (W); 30Nov67; R423078.

<pb id='266.png' /> ADAMS, JAMES TRUSLOW. SEE Dictionary of American History.

ADAMS, JOSEPH QUINCY.

The passionate pilgrim. SEE Shakespeare, William.

ADAMS, KATHRYN SEELY.

Empire on the seven seas, the British Empire 1784-1959. SEE Adams, James Truslow.

ADAMS, ROBERT.

The new American Government and its work. SEE Young, James T.

ADDAMS, CHARLES.

And stop calling me Doc; medicine man. (In The New Yorker, Sept. 21, 1940) © 19Sep40; B470153. Charles Addams (A); 28Sep67; R418734.

But who wakes the bugler? SEE De Vries, Peter.

Can you step up here just a moment, Mr. Hodgins; I think I've found your bottleneck. (In The New Yorker, Oct. 5, 1940) © 3Oct40; B469988. Charles Addams (A); 22Dec67; R425032.

Congratulations, it's a baby. (In The New Yorker, Nov. 9, 1940) © 7Nov40; B475403. Charles Addams (A); 22Dec67; R425036.

Damnation, Forbes, stop looking at me like that. (In The New Yorker, Dec. 7, 1940) © 5Dec40; B481179. Charles Addams (A); 22Dec67; R425040.

For God's sake, Ferguson, stop saying I'm in the same boat myself. (In The New Yorker, Nov. 30, 1940) © 28Nov40; B475945. Charles Addams (A); 22Dec67; R425039.

Grand Central Station; clergyman standing in an attitude of prayer, the sun streaming down on him through the skylight windows. (In The New Yorker. Aug. 10, 1940) © 8Aug40; B464444. Charles Addams (A); 28Sep67; R418728.

He's out; dirigible hangar. (In The New Yorker, Sept. 7, 1940) © 5Sep40; B467241. Charles Addams (A); 28Sep67; R418732.

It's no good, Gus, always living in the past. (In The New Yorker, Oct. 26, 1940) © 24Oct40; B475140. Charles Addams (A); 22Dec67; R425035.

<pb id='267.png' /> The man who got his head inside a brandy snifter. (In The New Yorker, Oct. 12, 1940) © 10Oct40; B471385. Charles Addams (A); 22Dec67; R425033.

Now for a change of tempo. (In The New Yorker, Nov. 23, 1940) © 20Nov40; B475598. Charles Addams (A); 22Dec67; R425038.

Now, lets see; one sashweight, one butcher's cleaver, one galvanized-iron tub, fifty feet of half-inch rope, one gunny sack, one electric torch, one pickaxe, one shovel, 20 pounds of quicklime, a box of cigars, and a beach chair. (In The New Yorker, Nov. 16, 1940) © 14Nov40; B475597. Charles Addams (A); 22Dec67; R425037.

Now this one has the added advantage of being bulletproof. (In The New Yorker. Aug. 24, 1940) © 22Aug40; B466628. Charles Addams (A); 28Sep67; R418730.

Pony Express leaving from bus station. (In The New Yorker, Dec. 21, 1940) © 19Dec40; B481455. Charles Addams (A); 22Dec67; R425041.

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