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Brock, C. L.
Bull, Norris L.
Bullis, Howard P.
Burn, Farrar
Butterworth, Mrs. Emily Alexine
Calver, William C.
Chapman, E. Marston
Clapp, George H.
Clark, John W.
Clarke, Louis C. G.
Close, C. C.
Dailey, W. N. P.
Daul, George
Davis, Joseph Beale
Dellenbaugh, F. S.
Dodge, Henry N.
Du Bois, Arthur
Duffield & Company
Emerson, Mrs. Adaline
Emmons, G. T.
Fehrmann, W.
Friel, Arthur D.
Fryer, George G.
Galvin, Thomas
Glidden, Ralph
Godfrey, Garlos E.
Gould, Mrs. Marian K.
Gregg, Mrs. Hazzard
Gunn, J. Newton
Hall, Nelson Read
Hasseman, Elliot A.
Herrera, Fortunato L.
Hirsch, Alphonse
Hodson, Clarence
Holden, E. F.
Hunt, Mrs. Eugene
Joralemon, J. C.
Joralemon, Mrs. J. C.
Joseph, Mrs. J.
Joyce, Keith
Judd, Neil M.
Kales, S. M.
Kennard, E. A.
Keppler, Joseph
Krauthoff, Edwin A.
Laurent, Paul
Lazarus, Edgar
Lembke, Charles
Lewis, Miss Augusta
Liebes, H., & Company
Lloyd, J. William
Logan, Leonard
Macauley, Charles
Malone, James H.
Mason, Charles S.
Mendibles, Louis
Mercedes, Sister
Morehead, Warren K.
Muehleck, Frederick A.
Narver, David C.
Neafie, John
Nesler, Charles F.
O'Beirne, Miss Gertrude M.
Ortiz, Fernando
Peterson, C. A.
Ray, Jefferson D.
Rehse, George W.
Roberts, Mrs. M Cushing
Rose, Alonzo K.
Rosenkampff, Mrs. Frederick
Ross, Mrs. W. G.
Rowell, George Presbury
Sadler, E. J.
Sargent, Homer E.
Satterlee, Dr. F. L. R.
*Saville, Mrs. Mary M.
Schernikow, Ernest
Sherwood, Starr S.
Smith, Edward J.
Sparks, Richard D.
Speck, F. G.
Squires, H. B.
Standley, J. E.
Stowell, J. Vinton
Stuart, Glen
Stubbs, D. E.
Swift, J. Otis
Thees, Oscar D. 
*Deceased.

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Thompson, Miss Maud
Vail, R. W. G.
Vaughn, A. J.
von Rehm, Mrs. Gustav
Walker, Edwin Robert
Ward, Mrs, Edwin C.
Washington, Henry S.
Watts, Malcolm Steward McNeal, Jr.
Weed, Edward F.
Welsh, Herbert
West, David J.
Westervelt, Leonidas
Wheeler, George S.
Wheeler, Mrs. George S.
White, Miss A. E.
White, John Jay
White, Mrs John Jay
White, K. G.
Woglom, N. J.
Woglom, Miss Sadie
Wood, Frank

Summary
Specimens ..................... 5,418
Photographs....................    88
Publications...................    80
Drawings ......................    26
Cuts from motion picture film..    20
Phonograph records.............    12
Postal cards ..................    10
Magnifying glasses.............     6
Paintings .....................     5
Scrapbook......................     1
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     Total..................... 5,666

LIBRARY

The Museum Library is still housed in the building of the American Geographical Society, which continues to catalogue it.

Works in the Library at the present time:
     Books and pamphlets catalogued............. 1,642
     Periodicals, bound and unbound, catalogued. 1,228
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         Total.................................. 2,870

     Books and pamphlets to be catalogued ......   138
     Periodicals to be catalogued ..............   110
     Extracts, reprints, separates, etc. 
     (catalogued by author only)................   592
     Extracts, etc., to be catalogued...........   575
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               Grand total ..................... 4,285

Received from February 1, 1922 to march 31, 1923:

     Books and pamphlets........................   313
     Periodicals................................   362
     Reprints, etc .............................   613
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               Total............................ 1,288

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