APPENDIX II BIBLIOGRAPHICAL AIDS TO RESEARCH

I GENERAL GUIDES TO BOOKS

Isadore G. Mudge. Guide to Reference Books. Chicago, American Library Association, 1929. A standard work, extremely helpful.

Library of Congress. Card catalogue of printed books, magazines, and pamphlets. A fairly complete file is kept in the Columbia University Library; another in the New York Public Library, and in many other college and city libraries. Authors, and titles for periodicals and anonymous works.

British Museum. Department of printed books. Catalogue of Printed Books. London, Clowes, 1881-1900. 393 pts. in 95 v. Supplement. London, Clowes, 1900-1905. 13 v. Chiefly authors, but some subjects.

British Museum. Department of printed books. Subject Index of the modern works added to the library, 1881-1925. London, 1902-27. 8 v. An excellent index to subjects.

Paris. Bibliothèque nationale. Catalogue générale des livres imprimés. Auteurs. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1900-1929. v. 1-97, A-Liek.

United States Catalogue; Books in Print January 1, 1928. 4th ed. New York, Wilson, 1928, 1929-32. Continued by the Cumulative book index (monthly) and the Publisher's weekly. None of these is absolutely complete.

English Catalogue of Books published 1801-1925. London, Low, 1864-1901; Publishers' circular, 1906-26. 12 v. Lists books issued in the United Kingdom, 1801-1925. Continued by annual volumes.

William Swan Sonnenschein. The Best Books; a reader's guide to the choice of the best available books. 3d ed. pts. 1-4. London, Routledge, 1910-26. Classified by subject.


II GENERAL GUIDES TO PERIODICALS

Poole's Index to Periodical Literature, 1802-1907. Boston, Houghton, 1891-1908. 6 v. A subject index of about 12,500 volumes of 470 American and English periodicals.

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