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THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA THE COLLECTION OF NORTH CAROLINIANA C027.5 N87 1928/30- 19UO/U2 UNIVERSITY OF N.C. AT CHAPEL HILL 00034021674 This BOOK may be kept out ONE MONTH unless a recall notice is sent to you. A book may be renewed only once; it must be brought to the library for renewal. Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2010 with funding from Ensuring Democracy through Digital Access (NC-LSTA) http://www.archive.org/details/biennialreport193436nort BIENNIAL REPORT OF THE STATE LIBRARIAN OF NORTH CAROLINA From July 1, 1934 to June 30, 1936 NORTH CAROLINA STATE LIBRARY STAFF Librarian Carrie L. Broughton Chief Assistant Pauline Hill Junior Assistant Margaret B. Price BIENNIAL REPORT OF THE STATE LIBRARIAN To the Hon. Clyde Hoey, Governor, Hon. Thaddeus Eure, Secretary of State, and Mr. Glyde A. Erwin,. Superintendent of Public Instruction. Gentlemen:—I take pleasure in submitting to your honorable body, for due consideration the biennial report of the State Librarian of the State Library of North Carolina, for a period covering twenty-four months from July 1st, 1934, to June 30, 1936. ADDITIONS, 1934-1936 Volumes By purchase ._ — — - — 403 By gift - - ----- 980 U. S. Government 134 Bound newspapers - 375 Bound magazines 450 Number of volumes in general library 69,082 Number of volumes in government. 8,216 Number of bound newspapers... 6,008 Number of bound magazines 6,277 SUMMARY OF DAILY STATISTICS, JULY 1st, 1934 TO JUNE 30, 1936 Visitors to library (White) __ 27,509 Visitors to library (Colored) _ _ 2,059 Number of books used- - - - 30,918 Number of bound newspapers used 3,038 FINANCIAL STATEMENT, JULY 1, 1934 TO JUNE 30, 1936 Personal Service $ 8,518.00 Supplies and Materials — 68.71 Postage, Express — _ 125.33 Printing and Binding 2,206.21 Repairs and Alterations 8.50 Books, Newspapers, Magazines 2,710.90 Library Equipment 319.39 Travel - 40.00 $13,997.04 Respectfully submitted, CARRIE L. BROUGHTON, State Librarian. 4 Biennial Report of the APPENDIX A NEWSPAPERS (Abbreviations: d., daily; w., weekly; sw., semi-weekly; m., monthly; bm., bi-monthly; tri-w., tri-weekly.) Aberdeen and Vass Sandhill Citizen, w. Ahoskie Hertford County Herald, w. Albemarle —Stanley, News Herald, w. Asheboro -Cou rier, tri-w. Asheville _.. Asheville Citizen, d. Asheville — ._ Asheville Times, d. Beaufort 3eaufort News, w. Boone _ <Vatauga Democrat, w. Carthage _. __ _ Moore County News, w. Chapel Hill __ Chapel Hill Weekly, w. Chapel Hill _.. News Letter, w. Charlotte ..Charlotte News, d. Charlotte Charlotte Labor Journal, w. Charlotte _ ...Charlotte Observer, d. Charlotte Presbyterian Standard, w. Charlotte Mecklenburg Times, w. Clinton _ ..Sampson Independent, w. Concord Concord Daily Tribune, d. Concord The Herald Observer, w. Conover Our Church Record, tri-m. Danbury .Danbury Reporter, w. Durham .... _ Durham Morning Herald, d. Elizabeth City Daily Advance, d. Elizabeth City Independent, d. Fayetteville Fayetteville Observer, d. Forest City Forest City Courier, w. Greensboro _. _.Greensboro Daily News, d. Greensboro ...Greensboro Daily Record, d. Greensboro _ N. C. Christian Advocate, w. Greensboro _~ Greensboro Patriot, w. Greenville ..Greenville Daily Reflector, d. Hendersonville The Times-News, d. Hickory Hickory Daily Record, d. Jackson ^ackson News, w. Laurinburg Laurinburg Exchange, w. Lenoir _ __ Lenoir News-Topic, sw. Lexington Dispatch, sw. Lincolnton Lincoln County News, sw. Louisburg Franklin Times, sw. Lumberton Robesonian, sw. Marshall ....News Record, w. Mocksville Mocksville Enterprise, w. Mocksville ...Davie Record, w. State Library Monroe .....Monroe Journal, sw. Moravian Falls ...The Yellow Jacket, m. Morganton .Deaf Carolinian, w. Morganton .News Herald, sw. Mooresville The Mooresville Enterprise, w. Nashville Graphic, w. Newbern _ The Sun-Journal, d. Newton Catawba News Enterprise, sw. Norlina Norlina Headlight, w. North Wilkesboro Wilkes Journal, w. Oxford Oxford Public Ledger, tri-w. Oxford Orphan's Friend, w. Pittsboro Chatham Record, w. Raleigh -.. Biblical Recorder, w. Raleigh Courier-Journal, w. Raleigh News and Observer, d. Raleigh North Carolina Odd Fellow, m. Raleigh Progressive Farmer, m. Raleigh Raleigh Times, d. Raleigh Union Herald, w. Reidsville .Reidsville Review, d. Rockingham The Rockingham Post-Dispatch, w. Rocky Mount Rocky Mount Herald, w. Rutherfordton —Rutherford ton County News, w. Sanatorium Sanatorium Sun, m. Sanford .Sanford Herald, sw. Shelby —Cleveland Star, d. Siler City Chatham News, w. Smithfield Smithfield Herald, sw. St. Paul _ St. Paul Review, w. Statesville Landmark, sw. Sylva _ -Jackson County Journal, w. Tarboro _ Daily Southerner, d. Tarboro _ Weekly Southerner, w. Thomasville ...Charity and Children, w. Wadesboro Messenger and Intelligencer, vv Warrenton .Warren Record, w. Wilson The Carolina Christian Williamston Enterprise, sw. Windsor ..Bertie Ledger Advance, w. Wilmington Wilmington Morning Star, d. Winston-Salem Winston-Salem Journal, d. Winston-Salem Twin-City Sentinel, d. New York, N. Y. _ New York Times, d. Washington, D. C .....United States News, w. Biennial Report of the APPENDIX B MAGAZINES Agricultural Review A. L. A. Bulletin American Highways American Historical Review American Home American Issue American Legion American Magazine American Mercury Americaua Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science Arts and Decorations Asia Atlantic Monthly Banker and Financier Bookman Book Review Digest Books Business Week California News Notes Carolina Co-operator Carolina Journal of Pharmacy Carolina Magazine—University of North Carolina Caswell News Christian Herald Congressional Digest Contemporary Review County Court Note-Book Cumulative Book Index Current History Daughters of the American Revolu-tion Magazine Dirie Underwriter Duke Alumni Register Duke University Library Bulletin Education Extension Farm News Foreign Service Forum and Century Genealogy Magazine Good Housekeeping Graphic Harper Health Bulletin High School Journal House and Garden House Beautiful Indiana Magazine of History James Sprunt Historical Publication Johns Hopkins University Studies Journal Illinois Historical Society Journal of Southern History Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scien-tific Society Journal of the National Education Association Kiwanis Magazine Library Journal Literary Digest Living Age (The) Log Manufactures Record Maryland Historical Magazine Michigan History Magazine Mississippi Valley Historical Review Nation National Advocate National Genealogical Society Quar-terly National Geographic Magazine National Republic New England Hist, and Genealogical Register New Outlook New Republic N. Y. Genealogical and Biographical Record News Letter Nineteenth Century Norfolk and Western Magazine North American Review N. C. Clubwomen N. C. Education N. C. Historical Review N. C. Parent-Teacher Bulletin N. C. Poetry Review State Library N. C. State Alumni News Pennsylvania Magazine Pictorial Review Pinehurst Outlook Popular Government Popular Science Progressive Farmer Research Bulletin of N. E. A. Readers Guide to Periodical Litera-ture Red Cross Courier Review of Reviews and World's Work St. Louis Public Library Saturday Review of Literature School Life School and Society Scientific Monthly Scribners Sewanee Review Social Forces South Atlantic Bulletin South Atlantic Quarterly South Carolina Historical Genealog-ical Southern Economic Journal Southern Magazine Southern Medicine Southern Textile Bulletin Southern Tobacco Journal Specialty Salesman Starry Cross State Studies in Philology Survey Tarheel Banker Tennessee Historical Magazine Theosophical Quarterly Time Tyler's Quarterly Magazine University Extension Bulletin U. N. C. Alumni Review U. N. C. Library Extension Pub. U. N. C. Record Uplift Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine Virginia Magazine Virginia Quarterly Review Wachovia William and Mary Quarterly Wilson Bulletin Wisconsin Library Bulletin Yale Review and Surgery 8 Biennial Report of the APPENDIX C BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NORTH CAROLINA 1931-1935 Adams, J. M. Biblical Background. 1934. Battle, H. B. and Others. The Battle Book, a genealogy of the Battle Family in America. 1930. Beale, H. K. Critical Years; a study of Andrew Jackson. 1930. Betters, P. V. State Centralization in North Carolina. 1932. Bogammon, E. F., comp. Wisdom of the ages; The World's greatest Thought by the World's greatest Thinkers. 1931. Boyd, James. The Long Hunt. 1930. Roll River. 1935. Briggs, T. H. Great Investment: Secondary Education in a Democracy. 1930. Brown, E. K. State Highway System of North Carolina. 1931. Burt, Mrs. Katherine. (N) Beggars All. 1933. (N) Rapture Beyond. 1935. Bynum, Curtis. Marriage Bonds of Tyron and Lincoln Counties. 1929. Calfee, J. E. What Next? Talks to Young People. 1932. Cheshire, J. B. Nonnulla: Memories, Stories, Traditions; more or less au-thentic. 1930. Cooke, D. H. The White Superintendent and the Negro Schools in North Carolina. 1930. Cox, D. Sam. Blackie Bear, King of The Creek. 1931. Crouse, A. L. Historical Sketches of Alexander County, N. C. Friendship, Lutheran, Hopewell, Reformed, and Charity Baptist Churches, and of the Bowman and Fry Families. 1905. Dargan, Mrs. O. T. Call Home the Heart. 1932. _ A Stone Came Rolling Along. 1935. Daughters of the American Revolution, N. C. Society. Roster of Soldiers from North Carolina in the American Revolution. 1932. Dixon, Mrs. Helen (C) Alexander. A. C. Dixon, a Romance of Preaching. 1931. Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. A Checklist of United States Newspapers (and Weeklies before 1900) in the General Library, com-piled by Mary Wescott and Allene Ramage. Eastern Carolina. Chamber of Commerce, Builders of Eastern Carolina. 1931. Forster, G. W. Farm Organization and Management. 1935. Fowler, Keith. All Skeletons in all the Closets. 1934. Fries, A. L , ed. Records of Moravians in North Carolina, vol. 4. 1931. Garber, P. N. That Fighting Spirit of Methodism. 1928. Godbey, A. H. The Lost Tribes, a myth. 1930. Gray, E. J. Meggy Macintosh. 1930. State Library i) Gilpatrick, D. H. Jeffersonian Democracy in North Carolina, 1789-1816. 1931. Green, F. M. Constitutional Development in the South Atlantic States, 1776- 1860. 1930. Green, Paul. Wide Fields. 1928. _. ____ Laughing Pioneer. 1932. Lonesome Road, six plays for Negro Theatre. 1926. In the Valley, and other Carolina Plays. 1928. Field of God and In Abraham's Bosom. 1927. The House of Connelly, and other plays, Potters Field, Tread the Green Grass. 1931. Roll Sweet Chariot; a symphonic play of the Negro People in four scenes. 1935. This Body The Earth. 1935. Griffin, Clarence. Descendants of Chisholn Griffin. 1931. Groome, B. F., comp. Mecklenburg in the Revolution, 1740-1783. 1931. Groves, E. R. Understanding Yourself, the Mental Hygiene of Personality. 1935. Groves, E. R. Introduction to Mental Hygiene. 1930. Henderson, Archibald. Contemporary Immortals. 1930. Washington's Southern Tours. 1932. Bernard Shaw, Playboy and Prophet. 1932. Hobbs, S. H., Jr. North Carolina, Economic and Social. 1930. Hoover, C. B. The Economic Life of Soviet Russia. 1931. Home, H. H. This New Education. 1931. ...The Democratic Philosophy of Education. 1932. Howell, A. J. Book of Wilmington. 1930. Johnson, G. G. Social History of the Sea Islands. 1930. Johnson, G. W. By Reason of Strength, [c. 1930]. Jordan, G. R. Courage That Propels. 1933. Intimate Interests of Youth. 1931. _ The Intolerance of Christianity, [c. 1931]. We Face Calvary and Life. [c. 1936]. Kleppel, Placid, Father. Bibliography of North Carolina Poetry. 1934. _. From the Hid Battlements. 1934. Knight, E. W. Reports on European Education. 1930. Knox, R. B. Grey Caps. 1932. London, H. M., comp. North Carolina Mannual. 1931. MacMillan, Mrs. R. L. My Favorite Recipes. McKinney, T. E., ed. Higher Education Among Negroes. 1932. Manly, Louise. Manly Family. 1930. Means, Gaston B. Strange Death of President Harding. 1930. Mills, Q. S. Editorial Sketches and Stories. 1930. Miller, A. G. As Once I Passed This Way; verses grave and gay. 1935. Miller, Mrs. H. T. (M). Sharon. 1931. Moony, James, and Olbrichts, F. M. The Swimmer Manuscript, Cherokee Sacred Formulas, and Medicinal Prescriptions. 1932. Smithsonian Bul-letin 99. Noble, M. C. S. History of the Public Schools of North Carolina. 1930. 10 Biennial Report of the Norton, C. C. Democratic Party in Anti-bellum North Carolina, 1835-1861. 1930. North Carolina Baptist State Convention. Growth of One Hundred Years of North Carolina Baptists, 1830-1930. 1930. Odum, H. W. American Epoch, [c. 1930]. Ormond, J. M. The Country Church in North Carolina. 1931. Page, H. F. Lyrics and Legends of the Cape Fear Country. 1932. Parker, Haywood. Recollections and Observations of the Reconstruction Era. 1930. Paschal, G. W. History of the Baptists of North Carolina, vol. 1, 1663-1805. 1930. Payne, A. B. Release, a book of verse. 1930. Penry, Mrs. A. A. Home Spun Gems. 1931. Poteat, E. M. Jesus and the Liberal Mind. Proctor, I. M. Prenatal Care. 1932. Rankin, S. M. The Rankin and Wharton Families and Their Genealogy. 1931. History of Buffalo Presbyterian Church and Her People. 1934. Rankin, W. S. The Small General Hospital. 1932. Richardson, F. H. & Hern, W. J. Pre-School Child and his Posture. 1930. Rhodes, Clarence, L. G. Periodicals of American Transendentalism. 1931. Rippey, J. F. Historical Evolution of Hispanic America. 1932. _. Joel R. Poinsett, Versatile American. 1935. Rivalry of the United States and Great Britain over Latin America, 1808-1830. 1929. Ripley, K. B. (Mrs. Clement R.) Sand In My Shoes. 1931. Robertson, A. T. Word Pictures in the New Testament. 1930. Robertson, Stuart. Introduction to Modern Journalism. 1930. Rockwell, Paul A. American Fighter in the Foreign Legion, 1914-1918. 1930. Rondthaler, Rt. Rev. Edward. Appendix to the Memorabilia of Fifty Years. 1930. Rowe, N. M. My Magic Storyland. [c. 1929]. Rhyne, J. J. Some Southern Cotton Mill Workers and Their Villages. 1930. Russell, Elbert. A Message of the Fourth Gospel, [c. 1932]. A Book of Chapel Talks, [c. 1935]. Russell, Phillips. John Paul Jones, a man of action. 1927. Red Tiger Adventures in Yucatan and Mexico. 1929. — William the Conqueror. 1933. Sanders, W. O. Concept of Life. [c. 1932]. Schwenning, G. T., ed. Management Problems with special Reference to the Textile. 1930. Seeman, William. Down Goose Creek. 1931. Shaw, G. C. John Chavis. 1931. Sherrill, G. R. Criminal Procedure in North Carolina as shown by Criminal Appeals since 1890. 1930. Sherrill, J. B. Historical Records of North Carolina Press Association, 1837- 1887. 1930. State Library 11 Shotwell, R. A. Papers ed. by J. G. De R. Hamilton (Publication of Nortb Carolina Historical Commission), vols. 1 and 2. 1930-1931. Sondley, F. A. My Ancestry. 1930. Stephenson, G. A. Life Story of a Trust Man. 1930. __.. What a Life Insurance Man Should Know about Trust Business. 1932. Stone, W. E. Walston Stone, A Bunyan, Boone, Crocket a Robinson Crusoe. 1931. Trenholme, Mrs. L. (I). Ratification of the Federal Constitution in North Carolina. 1932. Thomas, James A. Trailing Trade a Million Miles. 1931. United States Congress, 71st, 3rd Session. Senate Document No. 333, Lee S. Overman Memorial Address in Senate and House of Representa-tives of the U. S., in Memory of Lee S. Overman. 1930. United States Congress, 71st, 3rd Session. House Document No. 808, Memorial Services held in the House of Representatives of U. S., together with re-marks presented in eulogy of William C. Hammer. 1931. Vann, R. T. Things Not Seen. 1931. Vance, R. B. Human Geography of the South. 1932. Vorse, Mrs. M. M. H. Strike, [c. 1930]. Walker, Mrs. H. H. Busy North Carolina Women. 1931. Ware, C. C. Barton Warren Stone, Pathfinder of Christian Union. 1932. Way, William. The Clinchfield Railroad; The Story of a trade route across the Blue Ridge Mountains. 1931. Welles, B. W. The Natural Gardens of North Carolina. 1932. White, J. E. White Echoes; ed. by Annie Dove Denmark. 1932. Winston, Mrs. Watson. History of Perquimans County. 1931. Winston, R. W. High Stakes and Hair Trigger. 1930. Robert E. Lee, a biography. 1934. Winston, Sanford. Culture and Human Behavior, [c. 1933]. Wolfe, Thomas C. From Death to Morning. 1935. __ Of Time and The River. 1935. Wood, Mrs. E. H. Herndon, Hunt, and Allied Families. 1930. Woody, R. H., and Simkins, F. B. South Carolina during the Reconstruction. 1932. GENEALOGICAL MATERIAL IN THE NORTH CAROLINA STATE LIBRARY CONTINUED FROM THE BIENNIAL REPORT FOR 1926-1928 14 Biennial Report of the INTRODUCTION The interest in personal and family history has grown so rapidly that we are endeavoring to specialize in this department in our library. We now have one of the best genealogical collections in the South and to it resort daily people from all over the country, diligently searching for family records and military data to enable them to secure admittance to one of the patriotic societies of our country. Besides the genealogical material in the State Library, the North Carolina Historical Commission, which is housed in the same building, has many original marriage bonds, deeds, wills, etc. The material in both departments is always available to the researchers. However, the staff of both are too limited to permit them to engage in pri-vate researches. We are always glad to refer our patrons to some competent genealogist who will gladly do the work for them. Our Biennial Report for 1926-1928 had a complete bibliography of all general genealogy, state, county and family histories, military rosters, news-paper clippings and magazine articles to be found in the State Library. In the following pages will be found all the additions to this material which have been made since 1928. State Library 15 I. GENERAL American Colonists in English Records, First and Second Series. 1933. Banks, C. E. The English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers who came to Plymouth on the "Mayflower" in 1620, the "Fortune" in 1621, and the "Anne" and the "Little James" in 1623. 1929. Baring. Gould S. Family Names and Their Story. 1910. Beals, F. L. Beal(e, i, s) the Ancient Name, enough of its history to account for its origin. Pam. Brock, R. A. Pocahontas, alias Matoaka, and her descendants through her marriage at Jamestown, Virginia, in April 1614, with John Rolfe, gentle-man. 1887. Burke, Sir Bernard. Genealogical and Heraldic history of the Peerage and Baronetage, the Privy Council and Knightage, 94th ed. 1936. — — -A Genealogical history of the dormant, abeyant, for-feited, and extinct Peerage of the British Empire. 1866. Bryon, E. A. Brianiana, a biographical pedigree. 1934. Pam. Elizas, B. A. Jewish marriage notices. 1917. Ewen, C. H. L'E. History of Surnames of the British Isles. 1931. Grant, F. L. Manual of heraldry. 1929. Hall, T. P. Genealogical Notes. 1886. Henry, R. B. Genealogies of the families of the presidents. 1935. Highland, S. G. Historical and genealogical Narrative. 1926. Pam. Jordan, D. S., and Kimball, S. L. Your Family Tree. 1929. Land Retours. Inquisitionum ad Cappellam Domni Regis Retornatarum, quae in publicis archivis scotiae adhuc servanturn, abbreviation, edited by Thomas Thomson, with facsimile. 1811. 3 v. Landis, J. T., comrj. Mayflower descendants and their marriages for two generations after the landing. Pam. Ramond, J. S., comp. Among Southern Baptists, 1936-37, vol. 1. [c. 1936]. Rigsby, L. W. Home and family. 1924. Stokes, J. L. Book of Stokes, 1201-1915. Pam. Thomas, W. S. Members of the Society of the Cincinnati, original, heredi-tary and honorary. 1929. Walford, Edward. County Families of the United Kingdom or Royal Manual of the titled and untitled aristocracy of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. 1883. Waylen, House of Cromwell, a genealogical history of the family and de-scendants of the Protector. 1897. Virkus, F. K. Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, vols. 3, 4, 5. 1928. ed. The Handbook of American Genealogy, vol. 2. 1934. ALABAMA Rosters Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama. 1911. 16 Biennial Report of the delaware Bracken, H. M. William Bracken of New Castle County, Delaware, and his Descendants. 1901. Pam. Johnson, Amandus. Swedish settlements on the Delaware, their history and relation to the Indians, Dutch and English, 1638-1664. 1911. Wilmington, Delaware. Holy Trinity Church, Record of Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, from 1697-1773. 1890. Wilmington, Delaware. Catalogue and errata of the Records of Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, by Historical Society of Delaware. 1919. FLORIDA County and Town Histories Davis, P. T. History of Jacksonville, Florida, and vicinity, 1513-1924. 1925. GEORGIA Campbell, J. H. Georgia Baptists, historical and biographical. 1874. Chappell, A. H. Miscellanies of Georgia, historical, biographical and de-scriptive. 1874. Dozier, Mrs. S. G., comp. Land lottery grants of Revolutionary soldiers and widows of Revolutionary soldiers. 1933. Daughters of American Revolution, Georgia. Historical collections of the Georgia Chapters, D. A. R. 1926. Houston, Martha, comp. Reprint of Official Register of Land Lottery of Georgia, 1827. 1928. Knight, L. L. Georgia's Bi-centennial memoirs and memories. 1933. National Society of the Colonial Dames of America. Some early epitaphs in Georgia, compiled by the Georgia Society of the Colonial Dames of America. 1924. Rigsby, L. W. Historic Georgia families. 1928. County and Town Histories Augusta. Jones, C. C. Memorial history. 1890. Athens and Clarke County. Rowe, H. J. History of Athens and Clarke County. 1923. n. d. Baldwin County. Cook, Mrs. Anna M. G. History of Baldwin County. 1925. Camden County. Vocelle, J. T. History of Camden County, Georgia. [c. 1914]. Cherokee County. Gilmer, G. R. Sketches of some of the first settlers of upper Georgia, of the Cherokee and the Author. 1926. Cobb County. Temple, S. B. F. The first hundred years, a short history of Cobb County in Georgia. 1935. Floyd County. Battey, G. M. History of Rome and Floyd County. 1922. Jackson County. Wilson, G. J. N. Early History of Jackson County, Georgia, [c. 1914]. Rome County. Battey, G. M. History of Rome and Floyd County. 1922. Savannah. Lee, F. D. and Agnew, J. L. Historical Record of the City of Savannah. 1869. Upson County. Nottingham, C. W., and Hannah, Evelyn. History of Upson County, Georgia. 1930. State Library 17 Washington County. Mitchell, Ella. History of Washington County. 1924. Wilkes County. Davidson, Mrs. G. G. Early Records of Georgia, Wilkes County, vol. 1. 1932. Wilkinson County. Davidson, Victor. History of Wilkinson, [c. 1930]. ILLINOIS Illinois State Historical Library. Illinois Census returns 1810, 1818, 1820. [c. 1935]. Roster Illinois Adjutant General's Office. Roll of Honor. 1929. INDIANA Porter, W. A. History of Union Presbyterian Church, Walnut Township, Montgomery County, Indiana, 1834-1934. 1935. County and Town Histories Morgan County. Major, Nash J. Pioneers of Morgan County. 1915. Roster Indiana Historical Commission. World War Records, Gold Star Honor Roll. 1921. KENTUCKY King, J. E., comp. Abstract of Early Kentucky wills and inventories. 1933. McAdams, Mrs. M. K. Kentucky pioneer and court records, Abstract of early wills, deeds, and marriages from Court records of old Bibles, Churches, Graveyards and Cemeteries. 1929. Shewmaker, W. O. Pisgah and her people, 1784-1934. County and Town Histories Big Sandy Valley. Ely, William. Big Sandy Valley, a history of the people and country from the earliest settlements to the present time. 1887. Franklin County. Johnson, L. F. History of Franklin County, Kentucky. 1912. Jessamine County. Young, B. H. History of Jessamine County. 1898. Johnson County. Hall, Mitchel. Johnson County, Kentucky; a history of the county and genealogy of its people up the year 1927. 1928. 2 vols. Mercer and Boyle Counties. Daviess, Mrs. M. (T). History of Mercer and Boyle Counties. 1924. Woodford County. Burns, A. W., comp. Record of marriages in Woodford County, Kentucky for the period of years 1788 to 1851, inclusive. 1931. Pam. MAINE Maine Genealogical Society. York deeds. 6 volumes. County and Town Histories Piscataquis County. Historical Society. Historical Collections. 1910. MARYLAND Bond, C. T. Court of Appeals of Maryland, a history. 1928. 18 Biennial Report of the Evans, H. R. Founders of the Colonial families of Ridgely, Dorsey and Greenberry of Maryland. 1935. Magruder, J. M., Jr., comp. Index of Maryland colonial wills, 1634-1777 at Land Office, Annapolis, Maryland, [c. 1933]. Parran, Mrs. Alice N. Register of Maryland's heraldic families, period from 1634, Mar. 25 to 1935, Mar. 25. [c. 1935]. Ridgely, H. W. Historic graves of Maryland and the District of Columbia with the inscriptions appearing on the tombstones in most of the coun-ties of the State and in Washington and Georgetown, edited under the auspices of the Maryland Society of the Colonial Dames of America. 1908. Torrence, Clayton. Old Somerset on the eastern shore of Maryland. 1935. County and Town Histories Anne Arundel County. Newman, H. W. Anne Arundel gentry, a genealogi-cal history of twenty-two pioneers of Anne Arundel County, Maryland, and their descendants. 1933. Cecil County. Daughters of the American Revolution, Captain Jeremiah Baker Chapter. Cecil County, Maryland, Marriage Licenses, 1777-1840. n. d. Hartford County. Preston, W. W. History of Hartford County from 1608- 1812. 1901. Somerset County. Marriage Licenses. 1929. Talbot County. Marriage Licenses, 1769-1810. Roster Maryland War Record Commission. Maryland in the World War, 1917-1919. Military and Naval service records—maps. 1933. MASSACHUSETTS Banks, C. E. The English ancestry and homes of the Pilgrim fathers. [c. 1929]. Foote, H. W. Annals of King's Chapel from the Puritan age of New England to the present day. 1882. 2v. Jones, E. A. The Loyalist of Massachusetts, the memorials, petitions and claims. 1930. Leach, F. P. Lawrence Leach of Salem, Massachusetts. 1924. Pope, C. H. The Plymouth scrap book; the oldest original documents extant in Plymouth archives printed verbatim, some reproduced. 1918. County and Town Histories Mattapoisitt County. Mattapoisitt and old Rochester, Massachusetts; being a history of these towns and also in part of Marion and a portion of Wareham. [c. 1907]. Worcester County. Hind, D. H. History of Worcester County, Massachu-setts, with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men. 1889. 2v. State Library 19 Rosters Dorgan, M. B. History of Lawrence, Massachusetts, with war records. 1924. Massachusetts. Adjutant-General. Massachusetts soldiers, sailors and ma-rines in the Civil War. 1935. 2v. Massachusetts. Commission on Massachusetts part in the World War. Re-port of Commission. 1931. 2v. MINNESOTA Roster Holbrook, F. F. Minnesota in the war with Germany. 1928. St. Paul and Ramsy Counties in the war 1917-1918. 1929. MISSOURI Hope, J. A. Old Apple Creek Church and its early membership. 1926. Pam. Ramsay, R. L., and others. Introduction to a survey of Missouri place names. 1934. Stokes, C. L. Genealogical material and local histories in the St. Louis public library. 1927. Pam. County and Town Histories Jackson County. Kansas City Chapter of the American Revolution. Vital historical records of Jackson County, Missouri, 1826-1876. 1933-'34. NEW JERSEY Jones, E. A. The loyalist of New Jersey, their memorials, petitions, claims, etc., from English records. 1927. Werner, C. J. Eric Mullica and his descendants; an account of the early generations of his family in the vicinity of Mullica Hill and Swedesboro, Gloucester County, New Jersey. 1930. NEW YORK Hanson, W. T. A history of Schenectady during the Revolution to which is appended a contribution to the individual records of the inhabitants of the Schenectady District during that period. 1916. Meigs, A. H. Description of the private and family cemeteries in the borough of Queens. 1932. Pelletreau, W. S. Early New York houses with historical and genealogical notes. 1900. O'Brien, M. J. In old New York; the Irish dead in Trinity and St. Paul's church yards. 1928. Sullivan, James. History of New York State, 1523-1927. [c. 1927]. 5v. Werner, C. J., comp. Genealogies of Long Island families. 1919. Contents — Dickenson, Mitchell, Wickham, Carman, Raynor, Rushmore, Satterly, Hawkins, Authur, Smith, Mills, Howard, Lush, Greene. County and Town Histories Westchester County. Dawson, H. B. Westchester County, New York, during the Revolution. 1886. 20 Biennial Report of the Rosters New York Infantry. 2nd Regiment, 1776-1783. Orderly books of the Fourth N. Y. Regiments 1778-1780, the Second New York Regiment, 1780-1783. 1932. NORTH DAKOTA Roster North Dakota. Adjutant General. Roster of men and women who served in the army or naval service, [c. 1931]. 4v. NORTH CAROLINA Butler, B. H. Old Bethesda at the head of Rockfish. [c. 1933]. Hay, G. S., comp. Chapter histories of the North Carolina Daughters of American Revolution. 1930. North Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution. Roster of soldiers from North Carolina in the American Revolution. 1932. Rankin, H. I., comp. History of First Presbyterian Church, Fayetteville. 1928. Wellborn, Mrs. J. S., comp. North Carolina tombstone records. 1935. 2v. Broughton, Carrie L., comp. Marriage and death notices, Raleigh Star, 1809-1830. Family Histories Atwater. Atwater, Francis. Proceedings of the first Atwater family re-union, North Carolina branch. 1919. Pam. Battle. Battle, H. B. Battle Book. 1930. Branson. Branson, Levi. Branson Family in Europe and America. Pam. Carter. Marbourg, Mrs. C. A. F. Carter Family in North Carolina. Clapp. Whitsett, W. T. History of the Brick Church and Clapp Family. 1925. Pam. Cooper. Cooper, M. R. Cooper Family. 1931. Daingerfield. McRae, Lawrence. Descendants of John Daingerfield and George Parker. 1928. Pam. Davis. Davis, T. F. Genealogical record of the Davis, Swam and Cabell Families of North Carolina and Virginia. 1934. Duke. Duke, James Buchanan Executors of estate. Determination of those entitled to participate in the distribution to be made under Item VI of the last will and testament, n. d. Grady. Grady, Benjamin. John Grady, 1710-1787 of Dobbs and Duplin with some of his descendants. 1930. Griffin. Griffin, Clarence. Descendants of Chisolm Griffin. 1931. Hamilton. Baskerville, P. H. Hamiltons of Burnside, North Carolina. 1916. Hamerick. Jones, S. C. Hamerick generations. 1920. Herndon. Wood, Mrs. E. H. W. and Nesbit, L. B. Herndon-Hunt and allied families. 1920. Hicks. Hicks, T. T. Sketches of William Hicks, Abner Hicks, Jasper Hicks, George Harris, James Crews, John Earl, and something of their de-scendants. 1906. Pam. State Library 21 Lewis. Lewis, P. L. James Lewis and Anne Elizabeth Stewart Lewis of North Carolina and Missouri. 1934. Pam. McArthur. Sikes, T. E. McArthur family record. 1911. MaCrae. MaCrea, Lawrence. Descendants of Duncan and Ann (Cameron) MacRae of Scotland and North Carolina, n. d. Pam. /4 Manly. Manly, Louis. Manly family. 1930. Mauney. Nixon, Alfred. Mauney family reunion, Aug. 19th, 1916. n. d. Pam. Merrill. Merrill, N. E. Captain Benjamin Merrill and the Merrill family of North Carolina, [c. 1935]. Outlaw. Outlaw, A. T. Outlaw genealogy. 1930. Rankin. Rankin, S. M. Rankin and Wharton families. 1932. Rockwell. Rockwell, P. A. Three centuries of the Rockwell family in America, 1630-1930. 1930. Seawell. Seawell, B. L. Genealogy with historical and personal comments of the known descendants of Col. Benjamin Seawell, Sr., and Lucy Hicks. 1935. Shelby. Moon, A. M. Sketches of Shelby, McDowell, Deaderick, Anderson families. 1933. Sherrill. Sherrill, A. C. William Sherrill and his descendants. 1935. Pam. Sondley. Sondley, F. A. My Ancestry. 1930. Walker. Griffin, Clarence. Revolutionary services of Col. John Walker and family. 1930. Pam. Winborne. Winborne, B. B. Winbornes of old. Pam. County and Town Histories Alexander. Crouse, A. L. Historical sketches of Alexander County, N. C, Friendship, Lutheran, Hopewell Reformed, and Charity Baptist Churches and of the Bowman and Fry families. 1935. Perquimans. Winslow, Mrs. Watson. History of Perquimans County as compiled from records found there and elsewhere. 1931. Tryon and Lincoln. Bynum, Curtis. Marriage bonds of Tryon and Lincoln Counties, North Carolina. 1929. OHIO County and Town Histories Seneca. Lang, William. History of Seneca County. 1880. Trumbull and Mahoming Counties, History of. 1882. PENNSYLVANIA Easton, Pa. First reform church and some of the first settlers of "the forks of the Delaware" and their descendants. 1902. Foust, H. E. First Fousts in Pennsylvania. 1930. Pam. County and Town Histories Alleghany. History of Alleghany County, Penn. 1889. Hanover. Plumb, H. B. History of Hanover township including Sugar Notch, Ashley, and Nanticike borough and also a history of Wyoming Valley in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. 1885. 22 Biennial Report of the Luzerne. Bradsly, H. C. History of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, with biographical selections. 1893. Northampton. Historical and genealogical Scotch-Irish of Northampton County, Pennsylvania. 1926. Waynesboro. Nead, B. M. Waynesboro, the history of the settlement in the county formerly called Cumberland, but later Franklin. 1900. Roster Martin, Edward. The twenty-eighth division Pennsylvania's guard in the World War. [c. 1924]. SCOTLAND Anderson, William. The Scottish nation; or the surnames, families, litera-ture honours and biographical history of the people of Scotland. 1863. 3v. Douglas, Sir Robert. The Peerage of Scotland: Containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom, from their origin to the present generation, collected from the public records, ancient chartularies, and the charters and other writings of the nobility works of our best historians, etc. 1813. 2v. Land Retours. Inquisitionum as Capellam Domini Regis Restornatarum, quae in publicis archivis Scotiae adhuc servantur, abbreviation, edited by Thomas Thomson, with facsimile. 1811. 3v. Paton, Henry, ed. Scottish Record Society. The register of marriages for the Parish of Edinburgh, 1595-1700. 1905. Paterson, James. History of the County of Ayr; with a genealogical account of the families of Ayrshire. 2v. Scotland. Supervisors of excise—List of persons concerned in the Rebellion transmitted to the Commissioner of Excise by the several supervisors in Scotland in obedience to general letter of the 7th May, 1746 and a sup-plementary list with evidences to prove the same. 1890. Seton, Sir Burce Gordon, and Jean Gordon Arnot. The prisoners of the '45, edited from the state papers, ed. 3. 1928. SOUTH CAROLINA Crawford, G. H., ed. Who's who in South Carolina; a dictionary of contem-poraries containing biographical notices of eminent men of South Caro-lina. 1921. Elizas, B. A. Old Jewish cemeteries at Charleston, S. C. 1903. Hirsh, A. H. Huguenots of Colonial South Carolina. 1928. Jones, F. D., and Mills, W. H. History of the Presbyterian Church in South Carolina since 1850. 1926. O'Neall, J. B. Biographical sketches of the bench and bar of South Carolina. 1859. 2v. Thomas, C. E. Historical sketch of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Ridge-way, S. C. 1934. Pam. Townsend, Leach. South Carolina Baptists, 1670-1805. 1935. Wallace, D. D. History of South Carolina. 1934. 4v. State Library 23 County and Town Histories Anderson. Vandiver, L. A. Traditions and history of Anderson County. 1927. Charleston. Charleston, S. C, St. Philips Parish. Register, 1753-1810. 1927. Camden. Kirkland, T. J., and Kenedy, R. M. Historic Camden. Pt. 2, nineteenth century. 1926. Pendleton. Simpson, H. W. History of old Pendleton with a genealogy of the leading families of the district, [c. 1913]. Parish Prince Frederick Winyaw. National Society of the Colonial Dames of America. The register book for the Parish Prince Frederick Winyaw. 1916. TENNESSEE Achlen, J. T., comp. Bible records and marriage bonds, [c. 1935]. Tombstone inscriptions and manuscripts, historical and biographical. 1933. County and Town Histories Fentriss. Hogue, A. R. History of Fentriss County, [c. 1920]. Giles. McCallum, James. Brief sketch of the settlement and early history of Giles County, Tenn. [c. 1928]. Hamilton. Armstrong, Zella. History of Hamilton County and Chattanooga, Tenn. [c. 1931]. Hickman. Spence, W. J. D. and D. L. History of Hickman County. 1900. Knox. History of Knox County with biographical appendix, n. d. Landerdale, Tipton, Haywood and Crocket Counties, History of. n. d. Sumner. Cisco, H. G. Historic Sumner County, Tenn., with genealogies of the Bledsoe, Cage, and Douglas families with genealogical notes of the Sumner family. 1909. Sweetwater Valley. Lenoir, W. B. History of the Sweetwater Valley. 1918. TEXAS County and Town Histories Denton. Bates, E. F. History and Reminiscences of Denton County. [c. 1918]. Henderson. Faulk, J. J. History of Henderson County, Texas, [c. 1929]. VERMONT Barden, M. C. Vermont, once no man's land; a genealogical summary of the families who have lived along the New York border in Vermont and their connection with those who lived over the line in New York. 1928. Rosters Goodrich, J. E., comp. and ed. Rolls of the soldiers in the Revolutionary War, 1775-1783. 1904. Vermont. Adjutant General. Vermont in the Spanish-American War. 1929. Vermont. Adjutant General. Roster of soldiers in the war of 1812-1814. 1933. 24 Biennial Report of the virginia Baskerville, P. H. Andrew Meads of Ireland and Virginia, n. d. Blisland (Blissland Parish Va.) Vestry Book, 1721-1726. 1935. Cabell, J. B. Majors and their marriages; with collateral accounts of the allied families of Astor, Ballard, Christian, Dancy, Hartwell, Hubard, Macon, Marable, Mason, Patterson, Piersy, Seawell, Stephens, Waddill and others. Cassell, C. W., and French, W. J., and Henkil, E. D. History of the Lutheran Church in Virginia and East Tennessee. 1930. Crozier, W. A. Early Virginia marriages, Part I, Virginia. Gaines, E. V. Cub Creek Church and congregation, 1738-1838. [c. 1931]. Douglas, William. The Douglas register, being a detailed record of births, marriages and deaths together with other interesting notes as kept by the Rev. William Douglas from 1750-1797. An index to Goochland wills; notes on the French-Hugenot refugees who lived in Manakintown. 1928. Hutchinson, J. A. Land titles in Virginia and West Virginia. 1887. Johnston, Frederick. Memorials of old Virginia clerks, arranged alphabet-ically by counties, with complete index of names, and dates of services from 1634 to the present time. 1888. Lingle, W. L. Union seminary cemetery at Hampden Sidney, n. d. Pam. Mcllhany, H. M. Some Virginia families. 1903. Petsworth Parish, Va. Vestry book, 1677-1793. 1933. Ponton, A. J. History of Windy Cove Presbyterian Church, Millsboro Springs, Virginia, 1749-1929. Pam. Schuricht, Herrman. History of the German element in Virginia. 1898. 2v. Stewart, R. A. Index to printed Virginia Genealogies including key and bibliography. 1930. Stratton, Major Parish, Va. Vestry book. 1931. Taylor, G. B. Virginia Baptist ministers. 1912. Tyler, L. G. Letters and times of the Tylers. 1884. 2v. Torrence, Clayton, comp. Virginia wills and administration 1632-1800; an index of wills recorded in local courts of Virginia, 1632-1800 and of ad-ministrations on estates shown by inventories of the estate of intestates recorded in will (and other) books of local courts, 1632-1800. 1930. Virginia State Library. Index to obituary notices in the Richmond En-quirer and the Richmond Whig. Pam. Swem, E. G. Virginia Historical Index, Vol. 1, A-K. 1934 .— Virginia Historical Index, Vol. 2, L-Z. 1935. County and Town Histories Alexandria. Powell, M. G. History of old Alexander, Virginia, 1749-1861. [c. 1928]. Accomach. Nottingham, Stratton. Land causes of Accomach, Va., 1728- 1836. 1930. Augusta. Hanson, J. H. Settlers by the Long Grey Trail; some pioneers to old Augusta County, Va., and their descendants of the family of Harrison and allied lines. 1935. State Library 25 Bedford. Ackerly, M. D., and Parker, L. E. J. "Our Kin," the genealogies of some of the early families who made history in the founding and development of Bedford County, Va. [c. 1930]. Frederick. Norris, J. E., ed. History of the lower Shenandoah Valley coun-ties of Frederick, Berkeley, Jefferson and Clarke, their early settlement and progress to the present time. 1890. Gloucester. Petsworth Parish, Virginia. Vestry book of Petsworth Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia, 1677-1793, transcribed, annotated and in-dexed by C. C. Chamberlayne. 1933. Grayson. Nichols, B. F. Pioneer settlers of Grayson County, Va. 1914. Highland. Morton, 0. F. Handbook of Highland County and a supplement to Pendleton and Highland history. Isle of Wight. Adams, Chapman, Blance. Marriages of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, 1628-1800. 1933. King. Chamberlayne, C. C. Stratton Major Parish, King and Queen County, Virginia, 1729-1783. Transcribed, annotated and indexed by C. C. Chamberlayne. 1931. Lancaster. Nottingham, Stratton. Revolutionary soldiers and sailors from Lancaster County, Virginia. Muster rolls and pay rolls of- the 92nd Regiment of Virginia Militia, Lancaster County, 1812. 1930. Lancaster. Nottingham, Stratton. Marriage license bonds of Lancaster County, Virginia from 1701-1848. 1927. Lexington. Boley, Henry. Lexington in Old Virginia, [c. 1936]. Lunenburg. Bell, L. C. Cumberland Parish, Lunenburg County, Virginia, 1746-1816. Vestry book, 1796-1816. [c. 1930]. Massanutten. Strickler, H. M. Massanutten, settled by the Pennsylvania pilgrim, 1726; the first white settlement in the Shenandoah Valley, [c. 1924]. Mathews. Kingston Parish, Va. Vestry book of Kingston Parish, Mathews County, Va. (until May 1, 1891, Gloucester County). 1929. Mecklenburg. Nottingham, Stratton. Marriage license bonds of Mecklen-burg County, Va., 1765-1810. [c. 1928]. Montgomery. Worrell, A. L., comp. A brief of wills and marriages in Montgomery and Fincastle counties, Virginia, 1773-1831. 1932. New Kent. St. Peters Parish, New Kent County, Va. Norfolk. Stewart, W. H. History of Norfolk County, Virginia, and repre-sentative citizens. 1902. Northampton. Nottingham, Stratton. Marriage license bonds of Northamp-ton County, Va., from 1706-1754. [c. 1929]. Northampton. Nottingham, Stratton. Revolutionary soldiers and sailors from Northampton County, Va., muster rolls and pay rolls of the twenty-seventh regiment of Virginia militia, Northampton County, 1812. Northumberland. Nottingham, Stratton. Marriage license bonds of North-umberland County, Virginia from 1783-1850. [c. 1929]. Pittsylvania. Clement, Mrs. M. C. History of Pittsylvania County, Va. 1929. Prince Edward. Burrell, C. E. History of Prince Edward County, Va., 1753 to the present. 1922. 26 Biennial Report of the Rockingham. Wayland, J. W. Virginia Valley records; genealogical and historical materials of Rockingham County, Virginia, and related re-gions. 1930. Rockingham. Strickler, H. M. Old tenth legion marriages in Rockingham County, Virginia, from 1778 to 1816, taken from marriage bonds, [c. 1928]. Shenandoah Valley. Norris, J. E, ed. History of the lower Shenandoah Valley counties of Frederick, Berkeley, Jefferson, and Clarke. 1890. Tazewell. Pendleton, W. C. History of Tazewell County and Southwest Virginia, 1748-1920. 1920. Surry. Bohaman, A. W. Old Surry. 1927. Smyth. Wilson, Goodridge. Smyth County history and traditions. 1932. Westmorland. Nottingham, Stratton. Marriage license bonds of West-morland County, Va., 1786-1850. 1928. Williamsburg. Osborne, J. A. Williamsburg in colonial times. 1935. Virginia Valley Records. Wayland, J. W., ed. Virginia Valley Records. 1930. York. Bell, L. E. Charles Parish, York County, Va., history and registers, births, 1648-1789, deaths 1665-1787. 1932. Wayland, J. W. German element in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. 1907. Worrell, Anne Lowry, comp. Over the Mountain Men; their early court records in Southwest, Va. n. d. Rosters Irby, Richard. Historical sketch of the Nottaway Grays afterwards Company G, 18th Virginia regiment, army of northern Virginia. 1878. Family Histories Baytop. Stubbs, W. C, and Mrs. W. C. A history of two Virginia families transplanted from County Kent, England; Thomas Baytop Tenterden, 1638; and John Catlett Sitingbourne, 1622. n. d. Bradford. White, Mrs. N. R. The Bradfords of Virginia in the Revolu-tionary War and their kind. 1932. Branch. Cabell, J. B. Branch of Abingdon, being a partial account of the ancestry of Christopher Branch of "Arrowhattocks" and "Kingsland" in Henrico County, and the founder of the Branch family in Virginia, [c. 1911]. Catlett. Stubbs, W. C, and Mrs. W. C. A history of two Virginia families transplanted from County Kent, England ; Thomas Baytop Tenterden, 1638; and John Catlett Sittingbourne, 1622. n. d. Maupin. Maupin, E. P. Birch; Ballard; Epperson; Maupin Families. Valentine. Valentine, E. P. Edward Pleasants Valentine papers; abstract of records in the local and general archives of Virginia relating to the families of: Allen, Bacon, Ballard, Batchelder, Blouet, Brassieur, (Brad-shear), Cary, Crenshaw, Dabney, Exum, Ferris, Fontaine, Gray, Hardy, Isham, (Henrico County) Jordan, Langston, Lyddall, Mann, Mosby, State Library 27 Palmer, Pasteur, Pleasants, Povall, Randolph, Satterwhite, Scott, Smith, (the family of Francis Smith of Hanover County), Valentine, Waddy, Watts, Winston, Womack, Woodson. Venable. Venable, E. M. Venables in Virginia. 1925. VERMONT Vermont. Secretary of State. Reports relating to the registry and returns of births, marriages and deaths. WEST VIRGINIA Conley, Phil, ed. West Virginia Encyclopedia contains: Brief history of the State, a historical and economic sketch of each county, biographies of most prominent people. Reddy, Anne W., comp. West Virginia Revolutionary Ancestors. 1930. County and Town Histories Grand and Pleasant, Preston Counties. King, E. T. Genealogy of some early families in Grant, and Pleasant Counties, Preston County, West Va. 1933. Harrison. Tetrick, W. G. Census returns of Harrison County (West Vir-ginia) for 1850; copied from the original Federal Census Records in the Census Bureau. 1930. Middle New River. Johnston, D. E. History of Middle New River settle-ments and contiguous territory. 1906. Ohio, Brooks, Marshall and Hancock Counties. Newton, J. H. History of Pan-Handle, being historical collections. 1879. Randolph. Bosworth, Dr. A. S. History of Randolph County, West Vir-ginia. 1916. FAMILY GENEALOGY Abernathy. McClure, M. B. The Abernathy, the Alexanders, the Forney, the Sims. 1934. Pam. Adams. Adams, J. T. Adams family. 1930. Adams. Bartlett, J. G., comp. Henry Adams of Somersetshire, England and Braintree, Mass., his English ancestry and some of his descendants. 1927. Alexander. Alexander, J. E. Record of descendants of John Alexander. 1878. Alexander. Alexander, W. S. Sketch of Alexander Alexander. 1898. Alexander. Clemens, W. M. Alexander family records. Pam. Armstrong. Armstrong, M. N. Five generations. 1930. Armstrong. Armstrong, Zella. Notable southern families. Vols. 2, 4, 5, 6. Atwater. Atwater history and genealogy. 1901. Axford. Armstrong, W. C. Axfords of Oxford, New Jersey. 1931. Pam. Baillies. Bullock, J. G. D. Genealogical and historical records of the Baillies of Inverness, Scotland and some of their descendants in the United States of America. 1923. 28 Biennial Report of the Baird. Catchings, Mrs. F. (B). Baird and Beard families. 1918. Barckley. Armstrong, W. C. Hugh Barckley and Elizabeth Kirkpatrick, Finleyville, Pennsylvania. 1931. Pam. Barney. Adams, W. F., comp. Everett Hosmer Barney, his family connec-tions, a record of his life work; George Murray Barney. Barret. Chappelear, G. W. Barret family. 1934. Battle. Battle, H. B. The Battle book; a genealogy of the Battle family in America. 1930. Baytop. Stubbs, W. C, and Mrs. W. C. A history of two Virginia families transplanted from County Kent, England; Thomas Baytop Tenterden, 1638; and John C. Sittingborne, 1662. n. d. Ball. Heck, E. L. W. Colonial William Ball of Virginia, the great grand-father of Washington. 1928. Bracken. Bracken, H. M. William Bracken of New Castle County, Dela-ware, and his descendants. 1901. Pam. Bradford. White, Mrs. N. R. Bradfords of Virginia in the Revolutionary War and their kin. 1932. Barton. Tyler, L. G. Barton and the lineage of Lincoln, n. d. Pam. Blackman. Holman, A. L. Blackman and allied families. 1928. Bond. Garrett, S. B. Bond genealogy; a history of the descendants of Joseph Bond, born 1704 in Wiltshire, England, died 1750 in North Carolina, [c. 1913]. Boyd. Boyd family Journal devoted mainly to southern Boyd and allied fam-ilies, Nos. 1-3, 1925-1928. Pam. Boydstun. Weaver, Mrs. G. N. H. The Boydstun family, [c. 1907]. Branch. Cabell, J. B. Branchiana; being a partial account of the Branch family in Virginia, [c. 1907]. Branch. Cabell, J. B. Branch of Abingdon, being a partial account of an-cestry of Christopher Branch of "Arrowhattocks" and "Kingland" in Henrico County, and the founder of the Branch family in Virginia, [c. 1911]. Brooks. Brooks, E. L. Genealogical record and history of the Georgia family in America. 1921. Broughton. Waite, H. E. Name and family of Broughton. 1883. Pam. Brown. Brown, J. E. Genealogy of the Brown family of Prince William County, Virginia, and the following group of families allied by mar-riage; Bland, Buckner, Byrne, Fairfax, Morgan, Tebbs, Watson, Zinn, and others. 1930. Browning. Browning, E. F. Genealogy of the Brownings of America from 1621 to 1908. Bayard. Bullock, J. G. B. History and genealogy of the families of Bayard Houston of Georgia and the descent of the Bolton family from the fami-ilies of Asheton, Byron and Hulton. 1919. Pam. Buckner. Crozier, W. A., ed. The Buckners of Virginia and the allied familes of Strother and Ashby. Contents—Buckner family, Lewis and Washington, Stith, Dickinson, Strother, Ashby, Thronton, and Clairborne families. Bunn. Ellis, J. A., ed. History of the Bunn family of America. 1928. Burbank. Sedgley, G. B. Genealogy of the Burbank family. 1928. State Library 29 Burleson. Brief history of the Burleson family. 1889. Pam. Burton. Harrison, F. B. Burton chronicles of Colonial Virginia. 1933. Burwell. Burwell, G. H. Record of the Burwell family, copied in part from the manuscript of the Rev. Robert Burwell. 1908. Caldwell. Caldwell, C. T. Branch of the Caldwell family tree. 1906. Pam. Caldwell. Caldwell, C. T. William Coaldwell, Caldwell or Coldwell of England, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Novia Scotia. 1910. Pam. Calhoun. Salley, A. S. Calhoun family, n. d. Pam. Campbell. Greene, Mrs. L. (G). Stoney Mead. 1920. Campbell. Clemens, W. M., ed. Campbell family magazine. Pam. Carpentier. Sellers, E. J. De Carpentier allied ancestry. 1928. Carter. Carter, D. W. Carter of Tennessee, including the Taylors. 1927. Pam. Carver. Danner, J. D. History of Christian Danner and Frederick Danner and their descendants. 1931. Pam. Castle. Brainerd Lawrence Castle. 1921. Pam. Catchings. Catchings, T. C, and Torry, Mrs. M. C. Catchings and Holliday families. 1919. Catlett. Stubbs, W. C. and Mrs. W. C. History of two Virginia families. Stubbs and Catlett. n. d. Chase. Chase, J. C, and Chamberlain, G. W. Seven generations of the de-scendants of Aquila and Thomas Chase. 1928. Chisolm. Chisolm, W. G. Chisolm genealogy. 1914. Cocke. Cocke, W. R. Founding of a Virginia family. 1931. Pam. Cody. Cody, L. L. Cody-Rogers of Georgia. Pam. Collier. Collier, C. I. Collier genealogy. 1928. Pam. Coney. Holman, M. L. Ancestors and descendants of John Coney of Boston, England and Boston, Massachusetts. 1928. Cooper. Cooper history and genealogy, 1681-1831. [c. 1931]. Copeland. Copeland, C. F. Copeland genealogy. Pam. Crawford. Hibbett, A. J. Notes on Crawford family. Charlotte Observer, Dec. 6, 1931, p. 3, sec. 3. Crawford. Clemens, W. M. Crawford family records. Pam. Cunningham. Cunningham, John and others. History of the Cunningham family. 1930. Pam. Daggett. American Historical Association. Daggett and allied families, genealogies and biographical. 1930. Daniel. Gordan, A. C. Daniel family of Halifax, North Carolina. Tylers Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Vol. 13, Oct. 1931, p. 107-117. Daniels. Teetor, H. D. Early history of the Daniel and Daniels in Europe and America. Pam. Danner. Danner, J. D. History of Christian Carver and Frederick Danner and their descendants. 1931. Dashiell. Dashiell family records. 1928. 2 vols. Davis. Whitsett, W. H. Genealogy of Jefferson Davis. Pam. DeWitt. DeWitt family. Charlotte Observer, Dec. 6, 1931, p. 3, sec. 3. Dearing. Holman, M. L., and Marvin, G. R., ed. Abstracts of English. records. 1929. 30 Biennial Report of the Dixon. Dixon, W. M. Kith and Kin. Pam. Dixon. Dixon, B. F. Our book, our ancestors, ourselves and our children, 1932. Contents: Dixon, Nicholas, Kinade, Spillman and allied families. Draper. Sellers, E. J. Early history of the Draper family of Sussex County, Delaware. 1929. - Dudra. Duttera, W. B. Descendants of George Philip Duddra or Dudderer. 1929. Dungan. Dungan Ancestry, n. d. Early. Early, R. H. Family of Early. 1920. Eliot. Eliot, W. H., comp. Genealogy of the Eliot family. 1854. Epperson. Epperson, Mrs. Elizabeth Weaver. Epperson and allied families. 1931. Evans. Evans, J. D. History of Nathaniel Evans of Cat-Fish Creek and his descendants, n. d. Farrington. Brittain, J. T. The Farrington family of "Giants." Greens-boro Daily News, Dec. 4, 1932, p. 3, sec. B. Faust. Faust, H. E. First Fausts in Pennsylvania. 1930. Pam. Fishback. Fishback, R. D. Genealogy of the Fishback family. 1926. Pam. Foster. Ford, Mrs. Anna Foster. Foster, Ford, Sampson and allied fami-lies. 1930. Gibbs. Gibbs family bulletin, Vols. 3 and 5, 1923 and 1925. Gist. Wilson, Geo. Gist family of South Carolina and its Maryland ante-cendents. 1934. Glen. Bullock, J. G. B. A History of the Glen family of South Carolina and Georgia. 1923. Goodnight. Goodnight, S. H. Goodnight (Gulknecht) family in America. 1936. Pam. Gordan. Hodges, F. B. S. Gordans of Spotsylvania County, Virginia. 1934. Pam. Greeley. Greeley, G. H. Genealogy of the Greely family. 1905. Greene. The Greene family in England and America with pedigrees. 1901. Griffin. Griffin, Clarence. Descendants of Chisolm Griffin. 193-1. Gustine. Weaver, G. C. The Gustine compendium, [c. 1929]. Habersham. Bullock, J. G. B. History and genealogy of the Habersham and other southern families. 1901. Halsey. Halsey, S. A. The families of Stephen Ailing Halsey and Edwin Mills, their ancestors and connections, n. d. Halsey. Halsey, H. D. Book of Ghosts; the families of Stephen Ailing Halsey and Edwin Mills. 1927. Harman. Harman, J. W. Harman-Harmon, genealogy-biography. 1928. Harris. Jones, P. M., and Jones, M. P. Genealogy of the Harris allied families. 1929. Harrison. Keith, C. P. The ancestry of Benjamin Harrison, President of the United States of America, 1889-1893, in chart form showing also tha descendants of William Henry Harrison and notes on families related. 1893. Hatch. Pack, C. L. Thomas Hatch of Barns Table and some of his de-scendants. 1930. Hayden. Hayden family. 1931. 2v. Pam. State Library 31 Hemenway. Newton, M. H. The Massachusetts Hemenway family descend-ants of Ralph Hemenway of Roxborg, Massachusetts, 1634. 1912. Henckel. Henckel, E. C, ed. The Henckel family records; a periodical publication devoted to collecting and preserving the history of the Henckel family in Europe and America. 1635-1717. Pam. Herndon. Nesbitt, L. B. The Herndon-Hunt and allied families. 1930. Higgs. Higgs, W. M. History of the Higges or Higgs family. 1933. • Hook. Hook, J. W. James Hook and Virginia Eller. 1935. Contents: Eller, Varmey, Bechtel and McNeil families. Hopkins. Hopkins, W. L. Hopkins of Virginia and related families. Hord. Hord, A. H. The Hord family of Virginia. 1915. Horton. White, A. H. The Hortons in America. 1929. Hottel. Huddle, W. D. History of the descendants of John Hottel. 1930. Howard. Weaver, Mrs. G. C. Howard lineage. 1929. Huidekoper. Huidekoper, F. L. American ancestry of Frederick Louis Huidekoper and Reginald Shipper Huidekoper of Washington, D. C. 1931. Huidekopper. Huidekopper, F. L. Hudiekopper, American branch. 1928. Hume. Hume, E. E. A colonial Scottish Jacobite family; the establishment in Virginia of a branch of the Humes of Wedderburn. 1931. Hunt. Nesbitt, L. B. The Herndon-Hunt and allied families. 1930. Hunter. Culbertson, S. M. Hunter family of Virginia and connections. Hutchins. Crider, Mrs. G. W., and Crider, E. C. Four generations of the family of Strangeman Hutchins and his wife Elizabeth Cox as known, Jan. 10, 1935. 1935. Pam. Johnson. Johnson, R. W., Sr., and Morris, L. J. Johnson family. 1934. Kemmerer. Kemmerer family association. Two centuries of Kemmerer family history, 1730-1929. 1929. Kilgore. Addington, H. M. Charles Kilgore of Kings Mountain. 1935. Kilpatrick. Kilpatrick, M. D. (J). The Kilpatrick family ancestors and descendants of Marion Douglas Jones and Robert Jackson Kilpatrick with related families. 1930. Kip. Kip, F. E., and Hawley, M. L. History of the Kip family in America. 1928. Kirpatrick. Armstrong, W. C, comp. Capt. John Kirpatrick of New Jersey, 1739-1822, and his sisters Mrs. Joseph Linn and Mrs. Stephen Roy. [c. 1927]. Knox. Knox, Fitzhugh. Genealogy of Fitzhugh, Knox, Gordon, Selden, Hor-ner, Brown, Baylor (King), Carter, Edmonds, Digges, Page, Taylor and allied families, [c. 1932]. Laflin. Holman, A. L. Laflin genealogy. 1930. Lawrence. Lawrence, G. W. Lawrence. 1932. Pam. Lewis. Lewis, W. G. Lewis family. 1928. Pam. Liebmann. Liebmann, A. G. McAfee-Skiles memorial. 1929. Lillard. Lillard, J. E. S. Lillard. 1928. Lincoln. Tyler, L. G. Barton and the lineage of Lincoln, n. d. Pam. Lindsays. Crawford, A. W. C. Lives of the Lindsays. 1849. Lundy. Armstrong, W. C. Capt. John Kirpatrick of New Jersey, 1739-1822 and his sisters, Mrs. Joseph Lanier and Mrs. Stephen Ray. [c. 1927]. 32 Biennial Report of the Lyle. Lyle, O. K. Lyle family. 1912. McCall. McCall, E. T. McCall-Tidewell and allied families. 1931. McConnell. Addington, H. M., and Addington, M. E. McConnell marriage genealogy, ancestors, descendants, marriages of an illustrious family of Virginia. 1929. Pam. McKean. Buchanan, Roberdeau. Genealogy of the McKean family. McLean. Hardy, M. M. Brief history of the ancestry and posterity of Allen McLean. 1905. Pam. McLean. McLean, J. J. Brief history of the ancestry and posterity of Doctor Neil McLean. 1900. Pam. McLean. McLean, J. P. Renaissance of the Clan MacLean. 1913. McClellan. McClellan, Mrs. H. L. (M). McClellan Mynderse and allied families, genealogical and biographical. 1928. McClure. McClure, M. B. McClures, the Kennedy's, the Tennants, the Clays. 1914. Pam. McNair. McNair, J. B. McNair, McNear and McNeir genealogies supple-ment, 1928. 1929. McNary. McNary family tree and history, n. d. McPherson. McPherson, Nettie and Kate. McPherson and allied families, genealogical and biographical. 1929. Manly. Manly, Louise. The Manly family; an account of the descendants of Captain Basil Manly of the Revolution and related families. 1930. Mason. Mason, M. E. Genealogy and history; the family of Hugh Mason, William Mason and allied families, n. d. Mathews. Van Deventer, I. C. Mathews (Mathes) family. Pam. Miller. Whitaker, Mrs. C. R. Genealogy of the Miller family, 1637-1926. 1926. Pam. Molton. Molton, T. H. Molton family and kinsmen. 1922. Moon. Moon, J. W. The Moons and kindred families, [c. 1930]. Maupin. Maupin, Edgar Perry. Birch, Ballard, Epperson, Maupin. Morgan. Blatchley, Mrs. A. (S). Families of John Rittenhouse Morgan, John Orsemus Stanley and Daniel Woolsey Blatchley. 1929. Morrison. Morrison, G. P. History of a branch of the Morrison family whose progenitor emigrated to America and located in Virginia in colonial days. 1928. Morrison. Morrison, L. A. History of the Morrison or Morison family with most of the traditions of the Morrisons. 1880. Moseley. Moseley, G. C. Genealogy of Moseley family, n. d. Pam. Mullica. Werner, C. J. Eric Mullica and his descendants. 1930. Noyes. Noyes, H. E., and Miss H. E. Genealogical record of some of the Noyes descendants of James Nicholas and Peter Noyes. 1904. 2v. Osborn. Osborn, Albert. Flower-Allen-Osborn. 1930. Pam. Park. Park, David, W. C. Genealogy of Park family given in address at reunion. 1928. Pam. Pearson. Darrow, Mrs. A. (P). Crispin Pearson of Buck County, Penn., 1748-1806. 1932. Perry. Perry, Lynn. A branch of the Perry family tree; ancestors and descendants of James Perry who came to Delaware about 1730. 1931. State Library 33 Perkins. Perkins, C. J., and Derby, Perley. Descendants of Edward Per-kins, New Haven, Conn. 1914. Perkins. Perkins, D. W. Perkins family in the United States in 1790. Perkins. Perkins, D. W. Perkins family in ye olden times. 1916. Pam. Phillips. Phillips, Harry. Phillips family history. 1935. Pulsifer. Pulsifer, W. E. Ancestry and descendants of Johnathan Pulsifer and his wife Nancy Tyerson Pulsifer of Poland and Sumner, Maine. 1928. Randolph. Randolph in Virginia, n. d. Pam. Rankin. Rankin, S. M. Rankin and Wharton families and their genealogy. n. d. Read. Rowe, Mrs. Shelley. The Reades and their relatives. 1930. Read. Prichard, A. M., comp. Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters. 1930. Reed. Whitaker, Mrs. C. R. Reed genealogy, 1500-1926. Pam. Rees. Lawrence, G. W. Rees family. 1932. Pam. Reynolds. Hicklin, J. B. Ancestors of Robert R. Reynolds were hardy pioneers. Greensboro Daily News, Dec. 4, 1923, p. 8, sec. A. Ricks. Rix, G. S. History and Genealogy of the Ricks family. 1903. Ridley. Evans, H. R. Founders of the colonial families of Ridgly, Dorsey, and Greenberry of Maryland. 1933. Rixey. Rixey, R. P. The Rixey genealogy with references to the Morehead, Hunton, Gibbs, Ball, Thomas, Jones, Lewis, Chancellor, Pendleton, Smith and other allied families. 1930. Roy. Roy, N. R. Roy family in Virginia and Kentucky. 1935. Rumph. Salley, A. S. Genealogy of the Rumpf family of South Carolina. 1903. Pam. Ruf, Haight, Eddy, Summer, Hatch and allied families, genealogical and biographical. 1932. Sondley. Sondley, F. A. My ancestry. Contents: Sondley, Crawford, Alex-ander, Davidson, Cunningham, Forest, Heath, Young, Sams, Somerville, Ware, Stuart. 1930. Southerland. Voorhees, I. S. Notes on the Southerland-Lathan and allied families. 1931. Serverance. Serverance, H. C. Serverance genealogy. 1927. Pam. Sewell. Webster, H. S. Sewell genealogy. Pam. Schwenkfelder. Brecht, S. K., ed. Genealogical record of the Schwenk-felder families. 1923. Shuey. Shuey, D. B. History of the Shuey family in America from 1732- 1876. 1876. Smedberg. Mclver, H. H. Genealogy of the Smedberg family. 1923. Pam. Stewart. Stewart Clan magazine, July 1933, June 1934. Pam. Taliaferro. Ivey, W. K. Ancestry and posterity of Dr. John T. and Mary Harden Taliaferro, p. 92-1204 in Rigsby, L. W. Home and family. Tenney. Crainard, Lawrence. Tenney. 1921. Pam. Terrell. Barnhill, C. J. T. Richmond, William and Timothy Terrell, colonial Virginians. 34 Biennial Report of the Throckmorton. Throckmorton, C. W. Genealogical and historical families in England and the United States with brief notes on some of the allied families. 1930. Tidewell. McCall, E. T. McCall-Tidewell and allied families. 1931. Tilton. Tilton, F. T. History of the Tilton family in America. Todd. Todd, Thomas. The Todds, The Wheelers et id genus omne. 1909. Todd. Witchraft, J. R. Virginia Todds. 1913. Pam. Treadway. Treadway, O. G. Edward Treadway and his descendants. 1934. Pam. Treadway. Treadway, O. G. Edward Treadway and his descendants, 1784- 1859. 1931. Van Hecks. Sellers, E. J. Van Hecke allied ancestry. 1933. Valentine. Valentine, E. P. Edward Pleasants Valentine papers; Abstract of records in the local and general archives of Virginia relating to the families of: Allen, Bacon, Ballard, Batchelder, Blouet, Brassieur, (Brad-shear), Cary, Crenshaw, Dabney, Exum, Ferris, Fontaine, Gray, Hardy, Isham, (Henrico County) Jordan, Langston, Lydall, Mann, Mosby, Pal-mer, Pasteur, Pleasants, Povall, Randolph, Satterwhite, Scott, Smith, (the family of Francis Smith of Hanover County), Valentine, Waddy, Watts, Winston, Womack, Woodson. Venable. Venable, E. M. Venables in Virginia. 1925. Wallace. Wallace, G. S. Wallace genealogical data pertaining to the de-scendants of Peter Wallace and Elizabeth Woods, his wife. 1927. Wallbridge. Wallbridge, W. C, comp. Descendants of Henry Wallbridge who married Anna Amos, Dec. 25th, 1688 at Preston, Conn. 1898. Walton. Walton, C. C. Notes on the family of Edward Walton. Pam. Washington. Matteson, D. M. Washington family, n. d. Pam. Washington. Tuffley, E. W. Origin of the Stars and Stripes, together with an accurate account of the Washington genealogy. Pam. Washington. Hoppin, C. A. Washington ancestry and records of the Mc- Clain, Johnson and forty other colonial families. 1932. Webb. Webb and allied families. 1930. Pam. Welch. Weaver, G. C. Welch and allied families, [c. 1932]. Welles. Welles, C. J. Welles and allied families, genealogical and biograph-ical. 1927. Werner. Werner, C. J. Genealogies of Long Island families. 1919. West. Stone, L. B. The West family register; important lines traced, 1826- 1928. 1928. Wharton. Rankin, S. M. Rankin and Wharton families and their genealogy, n. d. Whitaker. Whitaker, Mrs. C. R. Genealogy of the Whitaker family, 1431- 1926. 1926. Pam. Whitsitt. Whitsitt, W. R. Genealogy of Jefferson Davis. Pam. Wildrick. Armstrong, W. C. John Wildrick of New Jersey, 1707-1793. 1933. Pam. Williams. Williams, W. A. Early American families. 1916. Williams. Williams, S. F. Williams family of Groves and Lappan. 1889. Pam. State Library 35 Winston. Torrence, Clayton. Winston of Virginia and allied families. Con-tents: Winston, Overton, Waters, Bickerton, Todd, Gorsuch, Bernard, Higginson, Robinson, Obert, Beverly, Hone, Waring, Gouldman, North, Pendleton, Taylor, Maderson, Gregory, West, Groshaw, Clairborne, Fenn, Fox, Cole, Lear, Boscow, Wilson, Bassett, Gary, Burwell, Bacon, Smith, Southerland, Littlepage, Quarles, Burnley. Wright. Wright, G. W. Wright family. 1929. Pam. tiittliiitl 11 !''.' it (mil til
|Title||Biennial report of the state librarian for the two fiscal years ending...|
|Other Title||Biennial report of the North Carolina State Library|
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|Date||1934; 1935; 1936|
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THE LIBRARY OF THE
THE COLLECTION OF
UNIVERSITY OF N.C. AT CHAPEL HILL
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From July 1, 1934 to June 30, 1936
NORTH CAROLINA STATE LIBRARY STAFF
Librarian Carrie L. Broughton
Chief Assistant Pauline Hill
Junior Assistant Margaret B. Price
To the Hon. Clyde Hoey, Governor, Hon. Thaddeus Eure, Secretary of State,
and Mr. Glyde A. Erwin,. Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Gentlemen:—I take pleasure in submitting to your honorable body, for
due consideration the biennial report of the State Librarian of the State
Library of North Carolina, for a period covering twenty-four months from
July 1st, 1934, to June 30, 1936.
By purchase ._ — — - — 403
By gift - - ----- 980
U. S. Government 134
Bound newspapers - 375
Bound magazines 450
Number of volumes in general library 69,082
Number of volumes in government. 8,216
Number of bound newspapers... 6,008
Number of bound magazines 6,277
SUMMARY OF DAILY STATISTICS, JULY 1st, 1934 TO JUNE 30, 1936
Visitors to library (White) __ 27,509
Visitors to library (Colored) _ _ 2,059
Number of books used- - - - 30,918
Number of bound newspapers used 3,038
FINANCIAL STATEMENT, JULY 1, 1934 TO JUNE 30, 1936
Personal Service $ 8,518.00
Supplies and Materials — 68.71
Postage, Express —
Printing and Binding 2,206.21
Repairs and Alterations 8.50
Books, Newspapers, Magazines 2,710.90
Library Equipment 319.39
Travel - 40.00
CARRIE L. BROUGHTON,
4 Biennial Report of the
(Abbreviations: d., daily; w., weekly; sw., semi-weekly; m., monthly; bm., bi-monthly;
Aberdeen and Vass Sandhill Citizen, w.
Ahoskie Hertford County Herald, w.
Albemarle —Stanley, News Herald, w.
Asheboro -Cou rier, tri-w.
Asheville _.. Asheville Citizen, d.
Asheville — ._ Asheville Times, d.
Beaufort 3eaufort News, w.
Boone _ |