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U.S. Reports: United States v. Greathouse, 166 U.S. 601 (1897)

U.S. Reports: Dooley v. United States, 182 U.S. 222 (1901)

U.S. Reports: De Lima v. Bidwell, 182 U.S. 1 (1901)

U.S. Reports: Goetze v. United States, 182 U.S. 221 (1901)

U.S. Reports: Armstrong v. United States, 182 U.S. 243 (1901)

U.S. Reports: Engel v. O'Malley, 219 U.S. 128 (1911)

U.S. Reports: Faber v. United States, 221 U.S. 649 (1911)

U.S. Reports: Glucksman v. Henkel, 221 U.S. 508 (1911)

U.S. Reports: DeBary v. Louisiana, 227 U.S. 108 (1913)

U.S. Reports: Biddle v. Commissioner, 302 U.S. 573 (1938)

Code of Federal Regulations: Treatment Of Mail Matter Received From Foreign Countries Involving The Customs Revenue, 39 C.F.R. (1938)

Code of Federal Regulations: Licenses To File Applications For Patents In Foreign Countries, 37 C.F.R. (1941)

Code of Federal Regulations: Treatment Of Mail Matter Received From Foreign Countries Involving The Customs Revenue, 39 C.F.R. (1943)

Code of Federal Regulations: Licenses To File Applications For Patents In Foreign Countries, 37 C.F.R. (1943)

Code of Federal Regulations: Temporary Migration Of Workers From Foreign Countries Within The Western Hemisphere For Employment In The Continental United States, 29 C.F.R. (1944)

Code of Federal Regulations: Licenses To File Applications For Patents In Foreign Countries, 37 C.F.R. (1945)

Code of Federal Regulations: Treatment Of Mail Matter Received From Foreign Countries Involving The Customs Revenue, 39 C.F.R. (1945)

Code of Federal Regulations: Licenses To File Applications For Patents In Foreign Countries, 37 C.F.R. (1946)

Code of Federal Regulations: Treatment Of Mail Matter Received From Foreign Countries Involving The Customs Revenue, 39 C.F.R. (1946)

Code of Federal Regulations: Treatment Of Mail Matter Received From Foreign Countries Involving The Customs Revenue, 39 C.F.R. (1947)

Code of Federal Regulations: Erection Of War Memorials In Foreign Countries By American Citizens, States, Municipalities, Or Associations, 32 C.F.R. (1947)

Loan Desk, Biblioteca Americana de Nicaragua

English School, Helsinki

Returning Books to their Places

The Employee of the Lenzing Paper and Cellulose Seems to Wonder Whether He Will Like This New Book

Main Reading Room, Biblioteca Americana de Nicaragua, Managua, Nicaragua

Reading Room, Venice, Italy

Original caption: The Librarian Carefully Enters the Consignment Into Her Books

Katherine Dunham and Members of Her Group

Showing Children's Books to Boys in Bookmobile, Panama City

The Bookmobile Arrives at Lofer

American Exhibition with Main Poster and View on Fashion Display and Cinema

USIS Music Desk, London

U.S.I.S. Reproduction and Distribution Unit

Children and Teachers at Bookmobile, Rangoon

Children Outside Traveling Library

People Line Up to Visit Bookmobile, Mannheim, Germany

Window Displays of the New Amerika Haus Always Attract the Attention of the Passers-By

Marti-Lincoln Library of the Cuban-American Cultural Institute

Children's Painting Class in the Basement, Germany

American Library in Sweden

Distributing Leaflets about Bookmobile, Panama City

Library of the Haitian-American Institute, Port au Prince, Haiti

Library Building, Instituto Cultural Dominico-Americano

Children Check Out Books at the Benjamin Franklin Library

Herr Fichtl Carries the Apparatus to His Home

Staff of the Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin, Mexico

Work Room, U.S. Information Library, Helsinki

Children's Book Exhibit, Instituto Cultural Dominico, Americano Cuidad Trujillo, Dominican Republic

Children Receiving Gifts

Amerika Haus Opens at Graz, Austria

Herr Max Fichtl, a Sawmill Worker and Volunteer Film Operator, Steps Out to Bring Instruction and Entertainment to the Young People of His Native Stadl Paura

Teens Enjoying the Library

Periodical Room, IIA Valencia Library

In the Record Library of the Amerika Haus, Linz

Bookmobile Exhibition, Germany

General Book Collection and Current Periodicals at the U.S. Library at Helskinki, Finland

Exhibit of American Pocket Books, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Children From State High School, Rangoon

Circulation Desk, Benjamin Franklin Library, Mexico

Film Section Reception and Check-out Counter

Boy on Burro Reading Book from Benjamin Franklin Library, State of Jalisco, Mexico

Traveling USIE Library, San Jose, Costa Rica

Children in Reading Room, Koblenz, Germany

Professor Ed With Students, Lima, Peru

American Scientist Lectures to Library Patrons, Teotihuacan, Mexico

Concert by Hall Johnson Choir in Vienna

Mr. Walter Pretzmann, an Employee in the Central Management Bureau of Wolfsegg-Traunthaler Coal Mining Company in Linz, Signs for Three Trunks Full of Books Sent by the Vienna U.S. Information Center

View of the Library in in Bahia, Brazil

Children's Room at the U.S. Information Library, Helsinki

Ignaz Asslinger, a Worker of Saalfelden, is Choosing a Book at the Bookmobile.

People in Library

Display of American Pocket Books, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Truck Delivers Reading Materials to the U.S. Information Center, Munich, Germany

Children Receiving Gifts

Textbook Exhibit in Stockholm, Sweden

Bookmobile Visit to State High School, Rangoon

Bookmobile in German Towns

Loading Up the Extension Library

Volkswagen Bus Serves as Bookmobile, Stuttgart, Germany

Reading to Children, Germany

Bookmobile, Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin, U.S.I.C. Mexico, D.F.

Main Reading Room, Helsinki Information Library

Austrian Children Enjoy Movie Shorts

Eleanor Roosevelt Visits U.S. Information Center in Stockholm, Sweden

Young Visitors to the Children's Library of the Amerika Haus

U.S. History Class, Bogota, Colombia

Hall Johnson's Childrens Choir

U.S.I.S. Recording Playback Room, Finland

Bookmobile, Stuttgart, Germany

Beginner's English Class, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Story Hour in Spanish, Mexico

Speech Laboratory, Cuidad Trujillo, Dominican Republic

Loan Books to the Zone. Despite Heavy Weather the Coachman of the Plant Never Forgets to Take a Couple of Books Home for Reading

The Sound Movie Projector Packed in Cases, the Films in His Rucksack, Herr Fichtl Arrives at the Village School Where He Will Hold a Session

Periodical Room, U.S. Library, Paris

Mr. James Hulbert, U.S. Library, Paris

U.S. Library at Helskinki, Finland

Herr Fichtl Checks Apparatus at His Home

Biblioteca Franklin at Guadalajara, Mexico