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CONTENTS OF VOLUME XI.

ACCESSIONS. See NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY-ACCESSIONS.
AMERICAN NAVAL AFFAIRS, 1798–1802, LETTERS RELATING TO.
BALLADS, LIST of Works reLATING TO.
BRITISH BOARD OF TRADE AND PLANTATIONS, REPORT OF

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BER, 1703.

DIRECTOR'S REPORT FOR 1906-07.

DOCUMENTS PRINTED FROM MANUSCRIPTS IN THE LIBRARY:
American Naval Affairs, 1798-1802. .

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British Board of Trade, Report of December, 1703. DONORS. See NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY-Donors. DRAMA, LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO JEWISH. ENGINEERING, LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO HYDRAULIC. 512-552, 565-626 FOLK SONGS, FOLK MUSIC, BALLADS, ETC., List of WorkS RELATING TO. 187-226 GREAT BRITAIN. REPORT OF BOARD OF TRADE AND PLANTATIONS, DE

CEMBER, 1703. .

HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING, LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO.
JEWISH DRAMA, LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO.

Law, LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO MUHAMMADAN.
MAITLAND, ALEXANDER, RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY THE BOARd of Trus-

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TEES ON THE DEATH OF.
MANUSCRIPTS. See DOCUMENTS PRINTED FROM MANUSCRIPTS IN THE

LIBRARY.
MUHAMMADAN Law, List of WORKS RELATING TO.
MUSIC. See FOLK SONGS.

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187-226

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512-552, 565-626

NAUTICAL AND NAVAL ART AND SCIENCE, NAVIGATION, ETC., LIST of

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WORKS RELATING TO. 239-287, 299-345, 359-398, 420-436 NAVAL AFFAIRS, LETTERS RELATING TO AMERICAN, 1798–1802. NAVIGATION. See NAUTICAL AND NAVAL ART, ETC. NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY:

Accessions, List of Principal. 52-55, 84-91, 126-135, 169-179, 227-231, 288-291, 346-351, 399-403, 437-455, 498-503, 553-555, 627-631 Donors, List of Principal. 56, 92, 136, 180, 232, 292, 352, 404, 456, 504,

556, 632 Report (Director's) for 1906-07. 463-468 Report (Monthly). 3-7, 59-63, 95-98, 139-142, 183-186, 235-238, 295298, 355-358, 407-410, 459-462, 507-511, 559-564 REPORT. See NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY-REPORT. SCHUYLER, PHILIP, RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

ON THE DEATH OF. SONGS. See FOLK SONGS.

VIRGINIA, LIst of Works rELATING TO.

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REPORT FOR DECEMBER, AND SUMMARY FOR JULY-DECEMBER
LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO MUHAMMEDAN LAW

GENERAL LIBRY;
UNIV. OF MICH
JAN 22 1907

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LIST OF JEWISH DRAMA .

PRINCIPAL ACCESSIONS IN DECEMBER
PRINCIPAL DONORS IN DECEMBER.

NEW YORK

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WILLIAM W. APPLETON.
JOHN BIGELOW.

JOHN L. CADWALADER.
ANDREW CARNEGIE,
CLEVELAND H. Dodge.
JOHN MURPHY FARLEY.
SAMUEL GREENBAUM.

H. VAN RENSSELAER KENNEDY.

JOHN S. KENNEDY.

EDWARD KING.

LEWIS CASS LEDYARD.

GEORGE BRINTON MCCLELLAN, Mayor of the City of New York, ex officio.
HERMAN A. METZ, Comptroller of the City of New York, ex officio.
PATRICK F. McGowan, President of the Board of Aldermen, ex officio.

OFFICERS

President, Hon. JOHN BIGELOW, LL.D.

First Vice-President, Rt. Rev. HENRY C. POTTER, D.D., LL.D.
Second Vice-President, JOHN S. KENNEDY, Esq.

Secretary, CHARLES HOWLAND RUSSELL, Esq., 425 Lafayette Street.
Treasurer, EDWARD KING, Esq., Union Trust Company, 80 Broadway.
Director, Dr. JOHN S. BILLINGS, 425 Lafayette Street.

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ALEXANDER MAITLAND.
J. PIERPONT MORGAN.
MORGAN J. O'BRIEN.
STEPHEN H. OLIN.
ALEXANDER E. ORR.
HENRY C. POTTER.

GEORGE L. RIVES.

CHARLES HOWLAND RUSSELL.
GEORGE W. SMITH.
FREDERICK STURGES.

10th Street, 331 East. 13th Street, 251 West. 22d Street, 230 East. 23d Street, 209 West. 34th STREET, 215 East. 40th Street, 501 West. 42d Street, 226 West. 50th Street, 123 East. 51st Street, 463 West. 59th STREET, 113 East. 67th STREET, 328 East. 69th Street.

190 Amsterdam Avenue. (RIVERSIDE. 77th Street. 1465 Avenue A. (WEBSTER.)

79th Street, 222 East. Near 3d Avenue. (YORKVILLE.)

81st Street. 444 Amsterdam Avenue. (ST. AGNES. BLIND LIBRARY.)

100th Street, 206 West. 110th Street, 174 East. 123d Street, 32 West. 125th STREET, 224 East. 135th STREET, 103 West. 145th Street, 503 West. 156th Street.

(TOMPKINS SQUARE.)
Near 8th Avenue. (JACKSON SQUARE.)
Near 2d Avenue. (EPIPHANY.)

Near 7th Avenue. (MUHLENBERG. Department Headquarters.)

TOTTENVILLE.
PORT RICHMOND.

Fifth Avenue, 890. (LENOX.)

Between 2d and 3d Avenues.

Between 10th and 11th Avenues. (ST. RAPHAEL'S.)

Near 7th Avenue. (GEORGE BRUCE.)
Near Lexington Avenue. (Cathedral.)
Near 10th Avenue. (SACRED HEART.)
Near Lexington Avenue.

Near 1st Avenue.

96th STREET, 112 East. Between Lexington and Park Avenues.

Near Broadway. (BLOOMINGDALE.)
Near 3d Avenue. (AGUILAR.)
(HARLEM LIBRARY BRANCH.)
Near 3d Avenue.

Near Lenox Avenue.
(HAMILTON GRANGE.)

BRONX.

922 St. Nicholas Avenue. (WASHINGTON HEIGHTS.)

RICHMOND.

Amboy Road, near Prospect Avenue.
12 Bennett Street.

TRAVELLING LIBRARIES.)

140th Street, 569 East, cor. Alexander Avenue. (MOTT HAVEN.)
176th Street. 1866 Washington Avenue. (TREMONT.)
230th Street. 2933 Kingsbridge Avenue. (KINGSBRIDGE.)

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REPORT FOR DECEMBER, AND SUMMARY FOR JULY-DECEMBER.

The following table shows the operations of the Reference Department of the New York Public Library for December, 1906, with the corresponding figures for the last six months, as compared with the corresponding six months of 1905:

CORRESPONDING 6 MONTHS.

1905. 7,040 6,184

425 4,448 5,134

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No. maps
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No. pams.

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LAST
6 MONTHS

1906.
6,369
5,484

537 2,714 5,445 6,920 2,374 11,255

3 807

34 295

539 5,797

624 4,790 3,105 509

I 13,538 15,152 39,177 13,260 61,190 98,426 85,711 82,189 331,314

611 15,336

4,662

No. vols. received in exchange
No. vols. sent out
No. pams.
No. vols. sent to outside binders
No. vols. sent to Library binder
No. maps mounted by Library binder
No. books catalogued
No. pams. catalogued
No. cards written
No. slips written for copying machine
No. cards from copying machine
No. readers and visitors
No. readers.
No. readers, desk applicants
No. vols. consulted by desk applicants
Daily average of readers .
No. readers, periodical department
Daily average
No. periodicals consulted .

(No. taken from rack)
No. readers, Russian department

(No. works consulted)

924
97

2,940 2,545 7,930 2,218 II, 401 19,536 17,500 16,063 61,772

698 2,797

III 21,360 4,288 1,371 1,889

1,996
13,554

564
445

14

388 31,045 54,751 24,651

5,169 3,068 574

2 17,068 13,170 40,350 17,088 85,395 92,466 75,291 73,166 313,856

491 13,692

87 106,386 21,586 4,937

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During the calendar year ending December 31, 1906, the number of volumes actually received was 30,966 and of pamphlets 70,401, of which 13,381 volumes and 29,113 pamphlets were gifts, and 6,916 volumes and 36,404 pamphlets were received by exchange.

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