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THIS DIRECTORY of 16mm film libraries has beencompiled for the use of teaChers, school administrators,librarians, community leaders, and others who use orwish to use educational knd informational motion pic-tures in their programs. It is a revisien and an expansionof the Office of Education publication, A birectory of3,300 16mm Film Libraries, which was prepared andissued 2 years ago.This directory is an encyclopedic compilation and in-cludes, as explained on pages vi-x, all companies, institu-.tions, and organizations which (a) lend or rent 16mmfilms within the United States and *(b) assented to t4eirbeing listed in the directory. The Office of Educationdoes not--,indeed, it cannotendorse all of these filmlibraries an'd the many thousands of 16mm films which.are available from such sources. Rather, it recommendsthat schools fuld colleges and other film users follow thesuggestiong made on the inside f/ont cover of the direc-tory and make their own,choices a film libraries in terms,of their own needs.

It is ovr hope and belief that this annotated directory'of fil% libraries, arranged by States and cities, will behelpfui to an groups interested in obtaining and using16mm films in their informational and educational pro-grams.

J. DAN HULL,Director, Instruction,

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Preparatton of the Directory-Background

Ten years ago, the Office of Education compiled and issued itsfirst directory of 16mm film librariesloan and renIal sources ofinformational and educational motion pictures. The usefulnessof this 1948 directorycautiously titled A Partial List of 16mm,Film Librarieswas so immediately apparent that a second-edi-tion 'was issued a year later, entitled more definitely as A Direc-tory of 897 16mm Film Libraries. During the years since 1949,three morkeditions have been issued and with this sixth edition,the number of film libraries has reached 3,660.

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In the compilation of this directory, a 16mm film library hasbeen defined as any ''company, institution, or organization whichlendseor rents 16mm films within the United State." This is thebasic criterion that was used in compiling the directory so thatit is a State:by-Stath and city-by-city list of sources from which ,16mm films can be borrowfd or rented.In accordance with the foregoing definition, the directory in-cludes libraries which handle entertainment films and those whichhandle instructional filnis; it includes libraries which have onlyobe film and libraries which have thousands of films. It includescommercial dealeri, colleges and universities, eity and ,State schoolsystems, public ii ries, industrial companies and trade &Liao-ciations, labot uhions, civic groups, religious institutions, and

" Government agenciesany company, institution, or organizationwhich lends or- rents 16mm. films within ,th9 United States. ,

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The second criterion used in compiling the directory is thatonly thoie 16mm film libraries which assepted to their beinglisted in the diregtqry have been included. We recognize, ofcourse, that the application of this criterion ha's eliminated some16mm film libraries from the directory. Despite our efforts, de-scribed below, it is undoubtedOr true that we failed to query somelibraries. Then, too,' some libiaries failed to ansvier our queryeven though we sent several requepts. ' And in certain instances,yi

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libraries answgred our query but asked that they not be listedin the directory.

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A query, in the form of a letter-questionnaire, was sent inJanuary 1958 to all known film libraries and to all companies*institution!;, and organizations which we had reasons to believemight be, lending or renting 16mm films. Specifically, querieswere sent to the 3,300 libraries included in the 1956 Office ofEducation -directory of 16mm film libraries; to the members ofthe Educational Film Library Association and the NationalAudio-Visual Association; to those public libraries which, uccord-ing to the Americazi Library Association, are circulating 16mmfilms; tO State, county, 'and city school systems which, accordingto information furnilhed by State directors of iudiovisual edu-cation, maintain film libraries foil* the use of their schools; to themotion-picture libraries listed in the clasified sections of the tele-phone directories of the largek cities in the United States; and,to all other possible 16mm film libraries identified in availablelists an4 directories, suggested by friends mid advisers, or knpwnby the authors.in (March 1958, a followup questionnaire was sent to nonre-,spondents who, it was believed, did maintain film libraries. Thedirectory was closed on May 1, 1958.

41/0All, in all, the Office of Education queried 4,920 known or pos-sible 16mm film libraries, of which 3,660 stated that they were,in fact, 16mm film libraries and assented to their inclusion in thedirectory. The following data show, statistically, the results ofthe Office of Educition survey:Tot& number of queries made 4,920Total number of nottrespondents 664

Total number of respondents , 4,266Respondents: "Not a film library" or "Do not include in directorf' 59611111111111111MINNINIMIDTotal number of 16mm 1m libraries 3,660

Descriptions of Librar.iets 4From information supplied by the respondents assenting toinclusion in the directory, a brief description has been preparedof the-resources and services iof each librarp These descriptiopshave been made as brief as possible ircause of space limitationsand, it the same time, as definitive as possible in order that thefilm users may have sufficient information to know to whichlibraries they should go for particular kinds of films.

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The annotation of each library contains three items of basicinformation: (1) The number of films (title's) in the library;(2) the nature of thesesfilms; and (3) special restrictions, if any,on the distribution and use of these films.

For the most part, the films distributed by a library have beendescribed in the general terms used in our questionnaire, namely,

4 "entertainment," "educational," "religious," and "sponsored"---inaccordance with the reply of the library. "Sponsored," as usedin these questionnaire replies, refers to-public service films dis-tributed "free" by industry. In those instances where we knewthat all of the films in a particular library dealt with the samesubjectsuch as forestry or health or religionthe descriptionis more specific.

Generally speaking, only two kinds of restrictions imposed bylibraries on the distribution and use of their films have beennoted in this directory : (1) Geographical limitations to particularregions, States, or cities; (2) restrictions concerning the usersof a library's films, such restrictions in most instances being re-quired by law. (Most public school systems have such a restric-tion and their films, purchased with tax funds, may be used onlyby their schools.)

A word about othes restrictions on the distribution and useof 16mm films : Manrfilm fibraries have special restrictions onthe distribution and use of particular filmsbecause of tradeagreements, contractual arrangements, or policy considerations.Other film libraries may have restrictions on the bulk of theirfilms but exempt certain films from such restrictions. Such spe-cialized information has not been given in the annotations--because of its complexity and the necessity of keeping the anno-tations as brief as possible to conform to space limitations. Forthe same reasons, informatioh about rental rates has not beenincluded in the annotations. Film users can and should determinethe specialized restrictions of those libraries which they patronize.

-Then, too, certain generalized restrictions imposed by mostfilm libraries have not been given in the annotationsagain be-cause of space limitations. Most libraries, for example, limit thedistribution of their films to the continental United States. Mostlibraries limit their films to noncommercial, nontheatrical, edu-cational use, and permit such films to be 'televised only undercertain conditions. Most film libraries require that the borroweror renter assume responsibility for a film and agree to pay forany daniage which may occur in Its projection. Because of theiralmost universal applicability, such restrictions have not beennoted for individual film libraries in this directory. Again, film

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users should ascertain the general restrictions of those librarieswhich they patronize.

With this backiround, users of ihis directory can assume that,in the absence of information to the contrary, pie libraries in-cluded in this direcfory lend or rent 16mm films to all kinds ofgroups within the United States for nontheatrical, noncommercial,educational use.

Acknowledgments'A Many people assisted in the compilation of this directory andto all of them we express our appreciation, particularly to thefollowing individuals who helped develop the questionnaire, fur-nished mailing lists, and assisted in various ways in the prepara-tion of this directory.

ANNA L. ling, Executive Secretary, Department of Audio-Visual In-struction, National Education Association

MiS. MURIEL C. JAVELIN, American Library AssociationEMILY S. JONES, Administrative Director, Educational Film Library

Association, Inc.

WILLIAM H. KING, President, Association of Chief State School Audio-. Visual Officers

PAUL C. REID, Editor, Educational Screen & Audio-Visual GuideDON WHIT!, Executive Vice-Presideit, National Audio-Visual Associa-

tion, Inc.

We also appreciate, in particular, the assistance of the follow-ing individuals who, as representatives of State departments ofeducation, furnished us information about the school film librarieswithin their States:

FRANCIS E. ALMSTZAD, Special Consultant in Educational Television,New York State Education Department

MARTHA Juia MAcKsztAit, School Libraries Consultant, Alabama StateDepartment of Education

HARRIET I. CARTZR, Head, Extension Division, Indiana State LibraryEARL W. CROSS, Coordinator, Division of Audio-Visual Education, Okla-

Ulna State Departikent oi Education

W. H. Dun, Supervisor, Bueeau of Teaching Materials, Virginia StateBoard of Edueatioit

D. E. ELIIM, Director, Division of Instructional Services, KentuckyDepartment of Education

JOHN L PRA, Supervisor of Instructional Materials, Office of the Wash.-ington State Superintfndent of Public Instruction

Mis. liniN C. Gawk Field Assistant for Audio-Visual Education inOahu, Hawaii Department of Public Instruction

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GLADYS T. HOPKINS, Supervisor of Curriculum, Maryland Department ofEducation

iticHARD K. KLEIN, Director of Secondary Education, North Dakota StateDepartment of Public Instruction

ARNOLD E. Luact Audio-Visual Consultant, Minnesota Department ofEducation

CLYDE K. MILLER, Director, Division of Audio-Visual Education, OhioState Department of EducationFOREST J. MooRE, Regional Consultant and Chairman, Audio-Visual Com-

mittee, Iowa State Depattment of Public InstructionJOSEPH F. MURPHY, Consultant, Audio-Visual Education, ConnecticutState Department of Education

AUDREY NEWMAN, Consultant, Instructional Materials, Florida StiltsDepartment of Education

FRANCIS W. NOtL, Chief, Bureau of Audio-Visual Education, CaliforniaState Department of Education

AUSTIN L. OLNEY, Director, Audio-Visual Education, New HampshireState Department of Education

LE ROY ORTGIESEN, Assistant Commissioner, Division of Administration,Nebraska State Department of Education

MRS. BEATRICE S. SIMMONS, Director, Audio-Visual Education, IllinoisState Department of Public InstructionKELSEY B. SWEATT, Supertrisor, Office of Audio-Visual Services, Massa-

chusetts Department of EducationF. R. WANEK, Secondary School Supervisor, South Dakota State Depart-ment of Public Instruction

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ANNISTON

Anniston Public SchoolsApproximately 90 filmsinstruc-tional.

Alabama

AUBURN

Alabama Polytechnic InstituteAgricultural Extension ServiceApproximately 800 filmsinfor-tnational on agricultural subjects,some sponsored films; distrilutionrestricted to Alabama.

BESSEMER

Bessemer Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Aids Dept:High School LibraryApproximately 200 filmsprima-rily classroom, several entertain-ment shorts; distribution restrittedto Bessemer Public Schools andcivic groups.

BIRMINGHAM

American Cancer SocietyAlabama Division508 United Security Life Bldg. (8)Approximately 16 filme----primarilyon cancer and cancer prevention;distribution restricted to Alabama.

Alabama Tuberculosis Assn.P. 0. Box 8226, S. Highland Sta.Approximately 15 filmson tuber-culosis and related subjects; distri-Indies restricted to Alabama.

Audio-Visual Film Service2114 Eighth Ave., N. (1)Approximately 600 filmsenter.tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Baptist Book Store2011 Third Ave., N. (3)Approximately sop filmsprima-rily religious; distribution re-stricted to Alabama.

Birminghtm Public SchoolsDepartment of Visual Instruction2301 Avenue J (8)Approximately 1,200marily classroom, a few sponsoredfilms; distribution restricted toBirmingham Public Schools.

Jefferson County Schools .

Department of Audio-Visual In-structionApproximately 500 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Jefferson County.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews927 Comer Bldg. (3)Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding ; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Southern Bell Telephone and Tele-, graph Co.

Phoenix Bldg.P. 0. Box 2662 (2)Approximately 75 filmsinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephme corn.palter offices.

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Tandy Leather Co.1400 Second Ave., N.Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

U. S. Departmeni Of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division1027 Comer Bldg.2026 Second Ave., N. (3)Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted .to Alabama.

United World Free Film, Service1106 8. Twelfth St.

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Buford Word, M.D.2205 Highland Ave.One film demonstrating a Cesareansection operation; distribution tomedical 'groups only.

FAIRFIELD

United ,States Steel Co.Tennessee Coal and Iron DivisionBirmingham Film DistributionCenter -

General OfficesApproximately 25 films primarilyon the manufacture and uses ofsteel.

GADSDEN

Gadsden Public SchoolsAPproximately 185 films---instruc-tional; distribution restricted toGadsden Public Schools.

Select Motion PicturesRoute *1Gilbert Ferry Rd.Approximately 750 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

HUNTSVILLE

Public Health DepartmentApproximately 100 filmson healthsubjects; distribution restricted toAlabama.

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MOBILE

Baptist Book Store902 Government St.Approximately 60 filmsprimarilyreligious; distribution restricted tosouthern Alabama,

Mobile DioceseParochial SchoolsP. 0. Box 129 (1)A pproximately 50 filmseduca-tional for school and college use.

Mobile Public SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterBarton Bldg.Approximately 800 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toschools in Mobile County.

U. S. Army EngineersMobile District2301 Grant St. (7)Two filmson the IntracoastalWaterway.

MONROEVILLE

Monrod County Board of EducationApproximately 150 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toMonroe County Schools.

MONTGOMERY

Alabama gducation Assn.Approximately 15 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted tomembers of the Alabama Educa-tion Association and to parent-teacher groups.

Alabama High School AthleticAssn.404 State Office Bldg.Approximately 115 films onsports; distribution restricted tomember high schools of Alabama.

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Alabama State Department. ofPublic HealthDivision of Public Health EdutionThe Film Library (4)Approximately 050 filmson healthand communicable diseases, mentalhygiene, and a. few entertainmentshorts; distribution to AlabamaCounty health departments, mentalkealth societies, and other groups.

Commission on Alcoholism8 N. Union St.Approximately 15 filmseduca-tional on the treatment of alco-holics through group theraiiy; die.tribution restricted to Alabama.'John R. Moffitt Co., Inc.108 N. McDonough St. (4)Approximately SOO films. Ima-rily religious, some entertainment,a few sponsored.

Montgomery County Board ofEducationApproximately 180 filmseduca-tional and informational; distrait-tion restricted to schools withinthe city and county of Montgomery.

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PhotA-Sound Co.Audio and Visual Equipment168 Church St.Approximately 10qtrfilmsenter-tainment, educational, religiouR,

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THEaDORE

Bellingrath GardensOne filmon. the Bellingrath Gar-dens.

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UNIVERSITY

Universiti of AlabamaExtension DivisibnAudio-Visual AidsP. O Box 1991Approximately 1,500 filmseduca-tional, a few sponsored.

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Kohli Motion Picture Service, Inc.Box 2079Approximately 1,500 filmeenter-tainstent, educational, and reli-gious.

Pictures, Inc.427 G St.Approximately 00 Pissmentera,talitmost shorts mid features, reli-pious, and sponsored.

U. S. Army EngineersAlaska District'

Two filmson military activitiesof the Corps of Engineers.

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Univeisity a Alaska ,

Information OfficeAgricultural Extension ServiceBox BApproximately VI fihno--primarilyon agriculture and home foonomiadistribution restricted mainly tofarmers, homonakors, and 4-11groups in Alaska. .

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Alaska Department of HealthDivision of Health Education -

Aliska Office Bldg.'Approximately £50 films--educa-tional on health subjects; distribu-tion restricted to Alaska.American Cancer SocietyAlaska Division, Inc.Valentine Bldg.Approximately 30 filmsprimarilyon cancer and cancer prevention;distribution restricted to Alaska.U. S. Coast GuardSeventeenth Coast Guard DistrictP. 0. Box 2631Approximately 15 filmson theCoast Guard and its activities;distribution restricted to Seven-teenth Coast Guard District.

BISBEE

U. S. Fish and Wildlife ServiceP. 6. Box 2021Approx.imately 40 Aims-;--on com-mercial fisheries and wildlife con-servation; distribution restrictedto Alaska.

U. S. Forest ServiceApproximately 65 filmson theNational forests, forest manage-ment, and forest fire prevention;distribution restricted to Alaska..

PALMER

U. S Soil Conservation ServiceTerritorial OfficeP. O. Box FApproximately £5 filmson soiland water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to Alaska.

Arizona

Cochise County Cooperative FilmLibraryCounty School Superintendent'sOfficeBox 1159Approximately 700 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted topublic schools in Cochise County.

FLAGSTAFF

Aritona State CollegeApproximately '900 filmseduca-tional and *formational.

PHOENIX

American Cancer SocietyArizona Division548 EJ McDowell Rd.Approximately 65 filmsprimarilyon cancer and cancer prevention;distribution restricted to Arizona.Arizona State Department ofHealthApproximately SOO fihnson healthsubjects; distribution restricted toA -

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Arizona Tuberculosis & HealthAssn., Inc.P. 0. Box 5155Approximately tO filmson tuber-culosis a related eubjects; dis-tribution to Arizona.

Baptist Book Store390 N. First Ave.P. 0. Box 2794Approximitely 200 filmsprima-rily religious; distribution re-stricted to Arizona.

The Mountain States ! Telephoneand Telegraph Co.16 W. McDowell Rd.Approximately 75 filmsinforma-tional alyi public relations; requestfilms through local telephone corn-pany offices.

Movie Center119 W. McDowell StApproximately 900 )11. termtainment, educational, and ram

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National Conference of Christiansand Jews302 Central & Washington Bldg.Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis606 Mayer-Heard Bldg.112 N. Central Ave.Eight formational andeducational about polio.

Salt River ProjectPublic Relations Dept.P. 0. Box 1980One filmon the development ofthe Salt River Valley and the SaltRiver Project.

Tandy Leather Co.1008 N. CentralFour films on leathercraft andcarving.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division217 Ellis Bldg.187 N. Second Ave.Seventeen fil tout the UnitedStates find Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to Arizona.

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState OfficeP. 0. Box 929Approximately 15 filmson soiland water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to Arizona.

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United, World Free Film Service119 W. McDowellApproximately £0 filmseduca-tional and informational, all spoltsored.

SCOTTSDALE

State Director of Civil Defense128 W. Indian School Rd.Approximately SO filmson civilde fense ; distribution restricted toArizona.

TEMPE

Arizona State CollegeAudio-Visual CenterApproximately S,SOO filmsprima-rily classroom, some sponsoredfilms; distribution restricted toArizona.

TUCSON

National Conference of Christiansand Jews2501 Cochise VistaApproximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

University of ArizonaVisual Aids BureauApproximately 2,100 filmseduce-tional, some sponsored films.

Arkansas

Southwest Arkansas CooperativeFilm LibraryHenderson State Teachers CollegeApproximately 85 filtional; distribution restricted tomember high schools and collegesof the cooperative film library.

BLYTHEVILLE

Mississippi County SchoolsFilm LibraryMississippi County CourthouseApproximately 115 filmsprima-rily classroom; distribution re-stricted to Mississippi Countypublic schools.

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Camden Public SchoolsApproximately 100 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toschools of Ouachita County.

COLLEGE HEIGHTS

Arkansas A and M CollegeA pproximately 95 filmseduca-tional ; distribution restricted tocollege use.

CONWAY

Arkansas State Teachers CollegeApproximately 1,000 famaenter-tainmext, educational, religious,and sponsored.

State Director of Civil Defense2215 CollegeApproximately 15 civildefense; distribution restricted toArkansas.

FAYETTEVILLE

Fayetteville Public SchoolsApproximat4y 25 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toackool district.

FORT SMITH

American Cancer SocietyArkansas Division, Inc.602 S. 23d St.Thirty-five filmsprimarily on cattA.oer and cancer prevention; distri-bution restricted to Arkansas.

Fort Smith Public Schools400 N. Fifteenth St.Approximately 110 filmsall class-room; distribution restricted toFort Smith Public Schools.

Tandy Leather Co.519 Towson Ave.Four flims on teat It andearring.

JONESBORO

Arkansas State CollegeAudio-Visual CenterApproximately 560 id true-tional for school and college use.

LITTLE ROCK

All State Supply, Inc.1212 E. Sixth St.Approximately 60 fcimsallgious.

Arkansas Agricultural ExtensionServiceP.O. Box 891Approximately 140 filmsinforma-tional on agricultural and hamseconomics subjects; distributionrestricted to Arkansas Countyextension agents.

Arkansas Athletic and ContestAssn.1600 W. Fourth St.Approximately 75 filmson sports;distribution restricted to member

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Arkansas State Board of HealthDivision of Public Health Educa-tionApproximately 600 jilmsedues-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Arkansas.

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Arkansas State Department ofEducationAudio-Visual ServiceApproximately 1,500 fihns---ail in-structional; distribution restrictedto Arkansas public schools andState colleges.

Arkansas Tuberculosis Assn.401 Waldon Bldg.Thirteen fill, ;ducat dis-tribution restricted to Arkansas.

Baptist Boa Store$03 W. Capitol Ave.Approximatoly SOO itins--priona..lily ragisits; distribution Vossstriated to Arkansas.

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National Foundation for InfantileParalysis501 WoodlaneEight fame----inf tional andeducational about polio.

Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.900 W. Capitol Ave.Approximately 74 ftlmsinforma-tiotal and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

Tandy Leather Co.111 W. Ninth St.Four rams on leathercraft andcarving.

U. S. Army EngineersLittle Rock DistrictP. 0. Box 867Seven iiimson surveying, con-struction of dams, and activitiesof the Corps of Engineers.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division204 Old Post Office Bldg.812 W. Second St.Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; dis-tribution restricted to Arkansas.

U. 8. Soil Conservation ServiceState Me823 Federal Bldg.Approximately 15 filmson soiland water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to Arkansas.

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Southern State CollegeApproximately 110 ftimseduca-tiona 1; distribution primarily toCollege faculty.

NORTH UTTLE ROCK

North Little Rock Public Schools28th & Poplar Sts.Approximately 800 filmsclass-room, a few sponsored; distribu-tion restriated to North LittleRock Public Schools and commun-ity organizations.

PINE SLUFF

Pine Bluff Public SchoolsAdministration OfficeElementary SupervisorApproximately 90 fa lass-room; distribution restricted toPine Bluff elementary publicschools.

(SEARCY

The National Education ProgramMotion Picture Division815 E. Center StTwenty-three filmson Americanoiticenihip, economics, etc.

White County Film LibraryWhite County CourthouseApproximately 100 filmseduta-tional; distribution restricted toWhite County schools.

VAN BUREN

Crawford County Film LibraryCrawford County CourthouseApproximately 50 film*--eduoa-tional; distributipn restricted toCrawford County schools.

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AUBURN

Alameda City SchoolsAudio-Visual Dept.Approximately 160 filmseduca-Sunni, soine sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Alameda publicschools.

Alameda Unified School DistrictInstructional MaterialsCorner Eagle Ave. & Everett St.Approximately 160 filma--iitstrur-tional; distribution restricted toAlameda Unified School District.

ALHAMBRA

Alhambra City Schools601 N. GarfieldApproximately 510 fiintsquea.tional, some sponsored; distribu-Non restricted to AlAambraoublitschools.

Alhambra Public Library410 W. Main St.Approximately 11 films monthlyihrough the Southern CaliforniaLibrary Film Circuit plus IS filmsborrowed mon tMy from othereources---inf tional, primarilyfor adults; distribution restrictedto Alhambra and other jurisdic-tions sharing a reciprocal agree-ment with it.

ALTURAS

Modoc County SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 1,000 filmseduca-tional; shared 000peratively withLassen County schools.

ARCATA

Humboldt State CollegeAudio-Visual CenterApproximately 150 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted toflumlitoldt State College.

Placer County SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterApproximately 900 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted, except for spon-sored films, to public scAoOTs inPlacer, Nevada, Sierra, and AlpineCounties.

BAKERSFIELD

Bakersfield City School DistrictAudio-Visual Education Library1300 Baker St.Approximately B00- filmeeduca-.tional; distribution restricted toBakersfield public schools.

Kern County Free LibraryA pproxima telly 180 films availablethrough the Northern OaliforniaLibrary Film Circuitin forma-tional; distribution to individual,or to groups; not for classroom use.

Kern County Superintendent ofSchoolsInstructional Materials Library1315 Truxtun Ave.Approximately S$00 filmseduoa-tional; distribution restricted toKern County public schools.

BELLFLOWER

Bellflower Unified School DistrictAudio-Visual Education16703 S. Clark Ave.Approximately 150 famsinstruo-tional; distribution primarily toBellflower Unified School District.

BERKELEY

Associated Cooperatives822 Anthony St. (10)Two /timeinformational and coop-eratives; distribution restricted toCalifornia and Nevada.

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Berkeley Unified School DistrictDepartment of Audio-Visual Aids1720 Oregon St. (3)Approximately 400 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toBerkeley public schools.

California Interscholastic Federa-tion1521-A Shattuck Ave.Four filmson 'ports; distribu-tion restricted to member highschools of California.

California State Department ofPublic HealthBureau of Health Education2151 Berkeley Way (4)Approximately 400 filmsonhealth subjects for public and pro-eseional audiences; distribution

restricted to California.

Farm Credit Banks of Betke leyP. . Box 525 (1)Eleven filmson farm credit andcooperatives; distribution re-stricted to States in Farm Creditdistrict.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.2161 Shattuck Ave.Approximately 6,000 flintsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

U. 8. Soil Conservation ServiceState Office2020 Milvia St. (4)Approximately 115 filmson toiland water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to California.

University of California ExtensionDepartment of Visual EducationApproximately i,000 ftimseduca-tional; distribution restricted toeight Western States.

OVERLY HILLS

A. B. Abarbanel, M.D.435 N. Bedford Dr.sewn Onsen medical added*:distribution limit*d Lo 04theda pr

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Air France9369 'Wilshire Blvd.Four films----trave log

C. J. Baumgartner, M.D.409 N. Camden Dr.Ten ftimson surgery and sur-gical anatomy; distribution re-stricted to medical schools and so-cis ties .

Beverly Hills Unified SchoolsAudio-Visual Dept.255 8. Lasky Dr.A pproximately $00 ftlmseduca-tional, a few sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Beverly Hillspublic schools and civic organists-tions.

Alfred Goldman, M.D.Suite 419416 N. Bedford Dr.Four fiimeon medical subjects;distribution restricted t,o the medi-cal profession.

Samuel L. Perzik, M.D.300 8. Beverly Dr.three ftlmsntedical; distributionprimarily to medical groups.

Donald Reed Motion PictureService297 8. Robertson Blvd.Approximately 500 filmsentertainment shorts and features.

Sabena Belgian World Airlines9870B Wilshire Blvd.Approximately 25 Anaprimarilytravelogs.

BRIDGEPORT

Mono County SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 110 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toMono County.

SURIANK

Burbank Public Library426 E. Olive Ave.Twenty-four itione in permanent

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Burbank Unified School DistrictAudio-Visual Education245 E. Magnolia Blvd.A pprorima t4ly 100 filmsinstruo-tional; distribution restricted toBurbank Unified School District.

CAMPBELL

American Film Center797 Bucknam Ave.A pprorima t I ,000 filrns--en t er-ta ment, educational and relig-ious.

CHICO

Chico State CollInstructional Materials CenterApprorimately 100room, some sponsored; distributionrestricted to Butte and Glenn Coun-ties and memberi of Northern Cal-ifornia Audio-Visual Association.

COALINGA

Coalinga District LibraryTen to 15 lams monthly throughthe' NortAern California LibraryFilm Circuitinformations', mi.-marily for adults; distribution re-

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Evangelistic Audio-Visual Auocia-tion2342 E. 126th St.Approximately 1,000 iiime---eitter-taimmnt, rsligious, and sponsored.

COACORD

Diablo Valley CollegeGolf Links' Rd.A pproximately 4 0 filmsinatruc-tional; distribution restricted totax -supported agenries and offcampus college classes. ,

DEL PASO HEIGHTS

Want Union High School DistrictAudio-Visual Education Dept.1400 Grand Ave.Approrimately SOO Pmaeduos-tional; distribiition primarily ro-stries4 to school district

DOWNEY

AutoneticaA Division of North AcnericAnAviation, Inc.Motion Pictures, Dept 8689150 E. Imperial Hwy.Twelve fthn--on aircraft missiles.

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El Catnino CollegeAudio-Visual AidsApproximately SOO filmaail class-room; distribution restricted to

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EL CENTRO

Imperial County SchoolsAudio-Visual Education ServiceA pprOximately 870 fams---asioa-tional, some sponsored; distribw-tion restricted to Imperial Countypublic schools and civic groups.

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North, America Aviation, Inc.Public Relations Dept.Att: News Bureau1700 E. Imperial Hwy./ppm/int:Wit S5 Itisno-4notruo-

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Eureka City SchoolsAudio-Visual Education1916 J St.A pprorimatety 145 filmsall class-room; distribution restricted toEureka City and Humboldt Countyschools.

Humboldt County SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationA pprorima tely 1,000 filynseduca-tional, some arponsored; distribu-

.tion restricted to public schools ofHumboldt, Trinity, and Del NorteCounties.

FAIRFIELD

Solano County LibraryTen to fifteen films monthlythrough the Northern CaliforniaLibrary Film Circuitinforma-tional, primarily for adults; dis-tribution restricted to holders ofLibrary cards.

Solano County SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 1,4f5 filmsedam-tional, some sponsored; distribu.tion restricted to Solon.° County.

FRESNO

Baptist Book Store2316 Tulare St.Box 18/14 (21)Approximately 250 filmsprima-rily religious; distribution re-stricted to California

Fresno Camera ExchangeAudio-Visual Dept.2087 Merced St. (21)Approximately 480 ft/meenter-tainment, educational, and spon-sore&

Fresno County SchoolsAudio-Visual Dept.2814 Mariposa St.Approximately 1400 filmseduce-tional; distribution restricted to

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Fresno State CollegeAudio-Visual Dept.A pproximately 1,150 filvvut-e-144a-roam; distribution restricted toeducational institutions and sttr-tir4 agencies in California.

Hume Lake Conference, Inc..ip5 Van Ness! Ave."No filmon comp life for chil-dren_

Tandy Leather Co.2117 Inyo St.Four films Alb leathercraft and(tarring.

FULLERTON

Fullerton Public LibraryWillahire and Pomona Ave.A pproximately 85 films#duca-tional, entertainment, and spon-sored; also 14 films monthly

tik througy the Southern CaliforniaLibrari Film Circuit, primarilyfor adults; distribution restrictedto card /udders.

GARDEN GROVE

Cottage Films13061 S. Jefferson St.Approximately 800 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

GLENDALE

Harold C. Ambrose')1825 E. Colorado St.Approximately 1,000 fameenter-tainment, educational, and relig-ious.

Glendale Public Library819 E. Harvard St. (5)Approximately 50 films---informa-tional and documentary.

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Glendale Unified School DistrictDepartment of Audio-Visual Edu-cation411 E. Wilson Ave.Approximatel 1,100 filmseduca-tional, some ponsored; distribu-tion of educational figns restrictedto Glendale public schools; spon-sored films available to Glendalegroups.

Grace Films, Inc.1572 Grandview Ave. (1)Twelve films religious.

GOLETA

Santa Barbara County SchoolsEducational Service CenterAudio-Visual Dept.Approximately 875 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribti-.tion restricted to Santa BarbaraCounty public schools.

HANFORD

Kings County SchoolsAudio-Visual AidsP. 0. Box 92Approximately 850 filmseduca-tional; (diftribution restricted toKings County public schools.

HAYWARD

Alameda County SchoolsCurriculum Materials Center1304 WintonkAve.Als tely 14W filmsclass-r, distribution restricted toschool districts thpt have con-tracted with the Alameda CountySuperintendent of Schools foraudiovisual services.

HOLLYWOOD

Academy Films800 N. Seward et. (88)Approximately 85 ftims---educts-tional.

16mm Film Libraries

Atlantis Productions, Inc.7967 Sunset Blvd. (46)Six filmseducational.Bailey Films6509 De Longpre Ave. (28)Approximately 700 gamsenter.tainment and educational.

Cinesound Studios1037 N. La Brea Ave. (38)Twenty-five filmseducational.Coast Visual Education Co.5620 Hollywood Blvtl. (28)Approximately 800 filmseduca-.tional.

.4%, Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,Inc.Regional Office5625 Hollywood Blvd. (28)Approximately 800 filmseduca-tional, . primarily classroom; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal iegion.

Family Films, Inc.5823 Santa Monica Blvd. (38)Approximately 95 filmsall relig-ious.

Films, Ing.5625 Hollkwood Blvd.Approxintately 1,600 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and relig-ious.

Films of India109 S. Edinburgh Av1(48)Five fa $ bout

Handel Film Corp.6926 Melrose Ave. (38)Twenty-six filme---abor atomicenergy.

Herman Hack Productions2441 N. Beachwood Dr. (28)Three filmsinformational and re-.ligious.

Hansen's Church Films1463 N. Vine St. (28)Approximately 500 films---relig-Jests.

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Hollywood Film Enterprises, Inc.6060 Sunset Blvd. (28)Approximately 300 filmsenter-tainment shorts and features, edu-cational, and religious.

Musical Culture Society of Amer-.ica65344Io1lywood Blvd. (28)Approximately 25 filmsall musi-cal for entertainment and educa-tion.

HUNTINGTON PARK

Baptist Book Store6616 Rita Ave.Box 228Approximately 100 filmsprima-rill( religious; distribution re-stricted to California.

T. N. Rogers Productions5951 Stafford Ave.APproximately 15 filmson sports.

INDEPENDENCE

Inyo County SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 375 filmsfduca-tional, woks sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to lnyo County pub.lie schools.

KENTFIELD

Elias Katz, Ph.D.808 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.Approximately 10 filmseduca-tional on art subjects.

LAGUNA BEACH

- Fredric Christian146 Cliff Dr.Two fameentertainment and edu.-cations!.

LA MESA

La MesaSpring Valley CitySchool DistrictEducation Center4750 Date Ave.

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LONG BEACH

Cowelco1634 W. Fourteenth St.One filmon automatic steeringfor power and sail boats.

Long Beach Public LibraryFilm Service (2)Approximately 345 famsinformaztional, religious, and sponsored;distribution restricted to holders ofpublic library cards and for groupuse only.

Long Beach Unified SchooltristAudio-Visual Service201 E. Eighth St. (13)Approximately 1,500 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Long Beach pub-lic schools.

Merkle Film Library1734 Pacific Ave. (18)Approximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment and religious.

U. S. Coast GuardEleventh Coast Guard District706 Times Bldg. (2)Approximately 15 filmson theCoast Guard and its activities;distribution restricted to EleventhCoast Guard DistrictN

LOS ALTOS

Track & Field NewsBox 296Five fit Aunt;

LOS ANGELES

Air France510 W. Sixth St.Four filmstraveiogs.

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American Airlines, Inc.523 W. Sixth St. (14)Nine filmstravel documentaries.

American Leprosy Missions, Inc.326 W. Third St. (13)Eight filmsinformational and re-ligious.

American President Lines514 W. Sixth St.Four filmstravelogs describingthe passenger and freighter ser-vices of American President Lilies;distribution restricted to geograph-ical area.

Anti-Defamation League of B'naiB'rith Jr'Pacific Southwest Regional Office590 N. Vermont Ave. (4)Approximately 25 films . rum-tional and religious, primarily onintercultural understanding ; dis-tribution restricted to geograpki-cal region.

Aztec& Films, Inc41743 8. Vermont Ave. (6)Approximately 250 filmsenter-tainment and religious featureswith Spanish dialog.

Roger W. Barnes, M.D.Suite 2091700 Brooklyn Ave. (88)Four filmson surgical tech-niques; distribution restricted tomedical audiences.

gluier Belt, M.D.1898 Wilshire Blvd. (57)Two fil maliguant and be-nign hypertrophy; distribution re-stricted to medical profession.

R. Theodore Bergman, M.D.1216 Wilshire Blvd. (14)Four film*on anatomical dissec-tion; distribution restricted tomedical profession.

Bureau of Jewish EducationAudio-Visual Dept590 N. Vermont Ave. (4)

Approximately 105 filmseduca-tional and religious; distributionrestricted to 11 Western States.

Canadian Consulate General510 W. Sixth St.Approximately 100 filmson Can-ada; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picture Library510 W. Sixth St.Approximately 20 films--7;travelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Canadian Pacific Railway530 W. Sixth St. (14)Approximately 15 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographioal region.

Cokesbury Book Store5244 Santa Monica Blvd. (29)Approximately 1,500 films---pri.marily religious; but also seculareducational and entertainment sub-

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Community Chest of Los AngelesArea729 S. Figueroa St. (17)Five filmseducational.Consulate of Israel659 S. Highland Ave.Fifteen fil Israel.

Continental Trailways Bus SystemTraffic Dept.1501 S. CentralNine filmstravelogs on the UnitedStates and Mexico.Craig Corp.8410 S. La Cienega Blvd. (16)Approximately 850 films true-Y

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Craig Movie Supply CO.1058 El. Olive St. (15).Approximately 1,000 tilmo--4;ttor-tainment and educational; distribn-Hon restricted to West Coaststates.

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William M. DennisFilm Libraries2506% W. Seventh St. (57)Approximately 1,500 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

East Los Angeles Junior CollegeLibrary5357 E. Brooklyn Ave. (22)Approximate 85 films-I-instruc-tional; distribution restricted toEast Los Angeles Junior College.

Educational Filmi Enterprises,,Inc.1500 N. Wilcox Ave. (4')Approximately SO filmson his-torical subjects.

Film Associates of California10521 Santa Monica Blvd. (25)Twenty-five films educational;distribution restricted to schools,churches, libraries and museums.

Film Classic Exchange1977 8. Vermont Ave. (7)Approximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and relig-ious, including old-time movies.

Focus Films Co.1885 Westwood Blvd. (24) ,Four filmseducational on theFrench language.

Giannini Film LibraryInstitute of Aeronautical Sciences7660 Beverly Blvd. (86)Thirty-five filmseducational onaeronautical sciences.

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Inc.Motion Picture Dept.Fifteen films entertainmentshorts and educational, particularlyon the manufacture and uses ofrubber.

Leroy E. Hurte Productions4477 W. Adams Blvd. (16)Three fit- travelogs on Africa.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.4386 W. Sunset Blvd. (29)

Approximately 6,000 filmsenter-tainment, educationaj, religious,and sponsored.

George P. Landegger, M.D.1807 Wilshire Professional Bldg.8875 Wilshire Blvd. (5)Seven films--educational.

Lederle LaboratoriesDivision of American CyanamidCo.Film Library2300 S. Eastern Ave. (22)Approximately 40 famsfor medi-cal and agricultural groups; dis-tribution restricted to WesternStates.

Los Angeles City College (29)Approximately 1,000 films in-structional; distribution restrictedto Loi Angeles City College.

Los Angeles City SchoolsAudio-Visual Aids1205 W. Pico Blvd. (15)Approximately 8,000 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Los Angeles publicschools.

Los Anglies County SchoolsDivision of Audio-Visual Education808 N. Spring St. (12)Approximately 1,800 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Los Angeles Countypublic schools.

Los Angeles Harbor DepartmentPublic Relations DivisionCity Hall (12)One filmon the history and facili-ties of Los Angeles Harbor.

Los Angeles Public LibraryAudio-Visual ServiceApproximately 700 filmseduce-Nona' atisf sponsored; distributionrestricted to Los Angeles PublicLibrary card holders.

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Los Angeles State College855 N. Vermont Ave. (29)Approximately 700 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toLos Angeles State College.

Loyola University of Los Angeles'7101 W. 80th St. (45)Approximately 325 filmseduca-tional and religious.

Meletron Corp.950 N. Highland Ave.Two filmson the manufacture ofpressure actuated switches; dis-tribution restricted to schools.,colleges, business and industry.

A. C. Mietus, M.D.1245 Gleddon Ave. (24)One filmmedical.

A. F. Milliron Co.1198 S. Li Brea Ave. (19)Some films, number not reportededucational, and sponsored.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.2400 W. Seventh St. (57)Approximately 600 famseduca-tional and informational, all spon-sored films; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Moody Institute of Science11428 Santa Monica Blvd. (25),Approximately 65 fil uca-tional and religious; distributionrestricted to geographical regionand prior location approval.

National Conference ot Christiansand Jews8836 Wilshire Blvd. (5)Approximatety 15 films on racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Occidental CollegeAudio-Visual Dept. (41)Approximately 110 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Occidental College.

16mm Film Libraries

The Pacific Telephone and Tele-graph Co.740 S. Olive St. (55)Approximately 75 filmsinforma.tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

Pacific Tube Co.Film Dept.5710 Smithway St. (22)One filminformational.

Research CenterSub-Committee on Noise in Indus-try111 N. Bonnie Brae St. (26)Two filmseducational.

Sabena Belgian World Airlines650 Grind Ave.A pproxitnateli 15 filmsprima-rily travelogs.

Santa Fe Film BureauRoom 100121 E. Sixth (14)Approximately 10 filmstravelogs,railroad industry, and SouthwestIndian films. k

16-mm Films & Equipment Co.4336 Sunset Blvd. (29)Approximately 750 filmsenter-tainment and educational.

Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturers Agency808 S. Broadway (14)Five fil sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restricted tosurrounding territory.

Smith & Hoist Film Libraries, Inc.2408 W. Seventh St,Approximately 1,750 filmsenter-tainment shorts and features, edu-cats- and religious.

Southern Pacific Co.Public Relations Dept.Pacific Electric Bldg. (14)Five filmabout railroads.

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A. G. Spalding & Bros., Inc.1187 S. Hope St.Three films on sports; distributionrestricted to geographical region.

Tandy Leather Co.2514 W. Seventh at.Four films on leathercraft andearring.

The Texas Co.929 S. Broadway (15)Approximately 20 filmsmostlyabout oil and the oil industry, afew agricultural subjects.

TomPkins Films960% Larrabee St. (46)Approximatfly 25 filmsprimarilyinstructional for classroom use.

United Air LinesSchool and College Service900 Wilshire Blvd. (14) -

Eight filmson aiiplanes and airtravel.

U. S. Army EngineersLos Angeles District17277 Foy Station (17)One Alm on floods an$ flood control..

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division330 Western Pacific Bldg.1031 8. Broadway (15)eventeen filmsabout the United

States and Savings Bonds; distribu-tion restricted to California.

United World Free Film Servi2408 W. Seventh St.Approximately 20 filNona' and informational,sored.

United World Films, Inc.6610 Melrose Ave. (46)Approximately 6,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

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University of Southern CaliforniaAudio-Visual ServicesUnivprsity Park (7)Approximately 325 filmsenter-

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The Upjohn Co.900 N. Chhuenga Blvd.Thirteen filmson medical andpharmaceutical subjects.

Western Gear Corp.Box 182, LynwoodTwo filmson speed boat races and,gear making.

Western Oil & Gas Assn.609 S. Grand Ave. (17)Eleven filmsabout oil and the oilindustry.

MARYSVILLE

Yuba County SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately $80 fams---prima-rily educational.

MERCED

Merced County SchoolsInstructional AidsApproximately 800 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted tti Merced and MariposaCounty schools.

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Mclienry-Stanislaus CountyLibrariesFourteqpth and Eye Sts.Approximately $5 films plus tento fifteen films monthly through theNorthern California Library FilmCircuit intormational, primarilyfor adults.

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Teaching Aids Exchange711 Sycamore Ave.Approximately 200 fameclawroam.

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Montebello Unified School toistrictAudio-Visual Aids123 S. Montebello Blvd.Approximately 400 fil - uca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to schools in MontebelloSchool District.

MONTEREY

Monterey Public LibraryNine films plus approximately 15films monthly through the North-ern California Library Film Cir-...

cuit--informational, primarily foradults; distribution restricted toorganised nonschool groups inMonterey.

Monterey Public SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 100 ftimoclass-room; distribution restricted toMonterey Public Schools.

World Wide Pictures2400 W. Seventh St. (67)Fifteen filmsreligious.Wyeth L.aboratories890 E. 62d St. (1)Approximately 15 filmeon medi-cal subjects.

MADERA

Madera County SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproxiinately US fil, -lica-tional, severe/ sponsored; distribu-Hon restricted to Madera County.

MARTINEZ

Contra Cooke County SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterRoom B002, Court HouseApproximately 1,25 famseduca.tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Contra CostaCounty publio schools.

MOUNTAIN VIEW

Ferry-Morse Seed Co.Three filmson flower and vege-table gardening.

NAPATo.

Napa county SchoolsInstructional Materials Center1436 Polk St.Approximately 600' ftli -dues-tional and sponsored.

NORTH SACRAMENTO

North Sacramento School DistrictAudio-Visual Education110 Dixieanne Ave.Approximately 250 Nmseduca-tional; distraution restricted toNorth Sacramento public schools.

OAKLAND

Alameda County Tuberculosis &Health Assn.121 E. Eleventh St.Approximately 25 filetsoducaptional on medical subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Alamo&County.

Baptist Book Store526 Fifteenth St. (12)Approximately 150 filarily religious; distribution re-stricted to California.

J. I. Case Co.1983 Peralta St, (7)Approximately 15 fill . Itional about a, tune; disttion restricted to agriestiterel4tograin geographical region.

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Ford Motor Co.Film Library4808 Telegraph Ave. (2)Approximately 50 famstravelogs,educational and industrial.

Kaiser Aluminum & ChemicalCorp.Film Services1924 Broadway .(12)Six famseducationai o alumi-'Wm and its uses.

Kaiser Steel Corp.1924 Broadway (12)Two films on the manufacture anduses of steel.

Oakland Public Library125 Fourteenth St. (12)Fifteen films monthly through theNorthern California Library FilmCircuit informational; dietribwHon limitd to Bay area, preferablyOakland.

Oakland Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Dept.1025 Second Ave. (6)Approximately 1,100 filinseduca-Honda and sponsored; distrait-tion restricted to Oakland Public$chool.

U. S. Atomic Energy CommissionAU: Assistant to the ManagerSan Francisco Operations Office518 Sevent,enth St. (12)Approximately 80 fit atomicnrgy and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Calif omit'.

ORANGE

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OROVILLE

Butte County SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 750 filmseduatt-tional; distribution restricted toBufte County Schools; industrydeposited films available to groups.

PACIFIC GROVE

Pacific Film Library104 Fountain Ave.Approximately 900 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

PALM SPRINGS

Bond Safety Projects642 Calle Santa RosaThree films---instructional.

PALO ALTO

Children's ProductionsP. 0. Box 1818Approximately 15 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and relig-ious.

PASADENA

American Bible SocietyAudio-Visual Dept.164 N. Euclid Ave. (1)Approximately 10 illmeaboitt theBible and the program of theAmerican Bible Society.

Arthur Barr Productions1265 Bream Ave. (7)Approximately 45 iiime.---ratter-tainment and eduaationai.

California Institut* of 7echnologyOne fit the building andoperation of the Hale Wow** atPalomar Observatory..

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Esto Publishing Co.Box 46 (16)Two filmoon art.

Johnston Pump Co.Sales Dept.Bin K (15)Three filmsinstructional and in-formational on deep well pumps forirrigation of farm land.

Pasadena City SchoolsAudio-Visual Service351 S. Hudson Ave.Approximately 2,400 fa Auto-tional, a few sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Pasadena publicchools.

Pasadena Public Library285 E. Walnut St. (1)Eighteen films monad plus 15films monthly through the South-ern California Library Film Cir-cuitint Honda, primarily foradults; distribution restricted toholders of Library cards.

PLACERVILLE

County Superintendent of SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 550 famsoduat.tional; distribution restricted toEl Dorado County schools.

POMONA

California State PolytechnicCollegeAudio-Visual AidsScience Bldg.Approximately 40 iiimseduca-tiona1; distribution restricted toState College.

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Tehama County SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 400 filmsprima-rily classroom; distribution re-striated to Tehama County publicschools.

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Shasta County Library CooperativeDistrictYuba St.A few seasonal films, mostly forchildren, plus ten to fifteenmonthly through the NorthernCalifornia Library Film Circuitinformational, primarily for adults.Shasta County SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationBox 189Approximately 585 famsedsoa.tional; distribution restricted toShasta County Schools.

REDLANDS

University of RedlandsApproximately 50 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted tocampus use.

REDONDO BEACH

Film LibraryRecord Identification BureauPolice Dept.Fifteen fiimsentertainment shortsand educational; distribution re-striated primarily to the County.Marine World FilmsFisher Productions1911 S. Catalina Ave.Nine ftlms--on skin diving andocean life.

Redondo Beach City School Dis-trict115 S. Francisca Ave.Approximately 190 filmsinstruetional; distribution restricted isRedondo Beach City School Mow!riot.

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San Mateo County SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 700 famseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribwtion restricted to San MateoCounty public schools.

RICHMOND

Ortho Film LibraryCalifornia Spray-Chemical Corp.Seven films on flowers.

Richmond Public LibraryFilm SenriceApproximately 115 Alms plustwelve to sixteen Aims monthlythrough the Northers Californiaiiibrary Film Circuitinformer-tionai, primarily for adults; dis-tribution restricted to Librarycard oWners in Richmond and ElCerrito.

RIVERSIDE

Riverside City SchoolsAudioNisual Education Dept.3954 Twelfth St.

tell, 1,000 /Lime us-structional; distribution restrictedto city school *Wm.Riverside ,Public Library8581 Seventh St.Approximately lit Aims monthlythrough the Southern CaliforniaLibrary Film Ciroultinformo-timed, primarily for adults; die-tribution restrieted to city andRiverside County.

Schools of Riverside CountyAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 1,100 filmai---educa-Hosea and spelt tv- ; distributionrestricted to Riverside Countypublic schools.

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SACRAMENTO

California Disaster OfficeP. 0. Box 110 (1)Approximately 40 NMS-011 civildefense and natural disasters; dis-tribution restricted to California.California State Department ofEducationBureau of Audio-Visual Education

.721 Capitol Ave. (14)Approximately 600 filmseduca.Nona:, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to the staff ofCalifrnia State Department ofEducation.

McCurry Foto Co.Eighth and Eye Sts. (14)Approximately 150 fi/msenter.tainment, educational, religious,and *pestered.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis8254k "J" St. (14)Eight 'lima informational andeducational about polio.Sacramento City Unified SchoolDistrictAudio-Visual Education Dept.P. 0. Box 2271 (1)Approximately 1,500 filmsprima-ray classroom, some entertainmentshorts and sponsored films; dis-tribution restricted to SacramentoCity Unified School District.Sacramento County SchoolsAudio-Visual Dept.Court House, Room 10Approximately 1,300 jilmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion 'restricted to SacramentoCounty Schools.

Sacramento DioceseParochial Schools1017 Eleventh St.Approximately SO iihns----raigious;distribution restricted. to SOO-milearea.

22 Directory ot 3,660 16oun Film LikeriesSacramento State CollegeAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 400 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toSacramento State College.

State of CaliforniaDepartment of Fish and GameHdqs.Nine filmson wildlife; distrait-tion restricted to California.

Tandy Leather Co.1313 Jay St.Four films on leathercraft andoarving.

U. S. Geological SurveyP. 0. Box 4197Eight filmson technical phasesof topographic mapping; distribu-tion restricted to Pacific CoastStates.

SALINAS

Monterey County Library26 Central Ave.Ten to fifteen films monthlythrough the Northern CaliforniaLibrary Film Circuitinforma-tional, primarily for adults; dis-tribution restricted to groups inthe County.

Monterey County SchoolsAudio-Visual Education155 W. Alisal St.Approximately 1,000 filmseduca-tional, ome sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Monterey County.

Salinas Public LibraryMain and San LuteSeventeen films monthly throughthe Northern California LibraryFilm Circuitinformational, primarily for adults; distributionrestricted to holders of Librarycards and for group use.

Salinas Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Education449 Central Ave.Approximately 150 fil-

tional, tome sponsored ;-sdistributionrestricted to Salinas schools.

SAN ANDREAS

Calaveras Co,Ripty SchoolsAudio-VisW EducationApproximately 585 fameodum.tional, a few religious and spon-sored; distribution restricted toCalaveras, Amador, and El DoradoCounties.

SAN BERNARDINO

Gill's Film Library1657 E St.A pproximate ly 475 filmsreligious,educational, and entertainment.San Bernardino City SchoolsAudio-Visual Education799 F St.Approximately 1,400 filmseduce-tional some sponsored; distribu.tion restricted to San BernardinoCity Schools,

San Bernardino County SchoolsAudid-Visual Education685 Sierra WayApproximately 8,800 films- echos-tional, some sponsored; distribwtion restricted to San BernardinoCounty Schools.

San Bernardino Public Library687 E St.Approximately 10 fume monthlythrough the Southern CaliforniaLibrary Film Cirostitinforma-tionai, primarily for adults; dis-tribution restricted to city.

SAN DIEGO

Floyd W. Cocking4757 Constance Dr. (15)Two filmson 'mechanical drawingand free hand art lettering.Knight's Library527 University Ave. (8)Approximately 850 films-4liter*tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

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Langley Corp.310 Euclid Ave. (14)One filmon the techniques offishing.

Port of San Diego1366 Harbor Dr. (1)Two famseducationa4 on thekarbor industry and recreationalfacilities of San Diego.

San Diego City SchoolsInstructional Aids4100 Normal St (8)Approximately 4,500 filmseduce-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to greater SanDiego area.

San Diego County SchoolsAudio-Visual Service209 Civic Center (1)Approximately 3,500 fameMum-tional, 8019t4 sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to educational in-stitutions of San Diego County.

San Diego Junior College1425 Russ Blvd. (2)A pproximate/y /75 fl.hits--4nstrue-tiona4 distribution primarily re-*billeted to Junior College.

San Diego Ststa CollegeAudio-Visual Dept.A pproximately 1,000 filmseduce-tional; distribution restricted toSan Diego State College.

Tandy Leather Ca936 Second Ave.Four films on teathercraft andcarving.

U. S. Department of the NavyCommandant, Eleventh . NavalDistrictAtt: Asst. for Public Information987 Harbor Dr. (80)Approximately 885 fl1me-115 pub-lic information and 880 trainingfilms; distribution of all Aimsrestricted to Eleventh Naval Die-trict; distribution of training Almsrestricted to educational instills-

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Air France323 Geary St. on Union Sq.Four filme--travelogs.

Allen's Photo Supply Co.238 Market St.Approximately 440 filmsenter-tainment shorts and home movies.

American Bible SocietyAudio-Visual Dept.224 McAllister St. (2)Approximately 10 filmsabout theBible and the program of theAmerican Bible Society.

American Cancer SocietyCalifornia Division464P O'Farrell St. (2)Fifteen 'timeon cancer and can-cer prevention; distribution re-*tries(' to California.

American President Lines, Inc.810 California St.Four films travelogs describingow passenger and freighter serv-ices of American President lAnes;distribution restricted to geo-graphical region.

American Red CrossOffice of Public InformationPacific Area Office1550 Sutter St. (1)Approximatily 15 fit forma..tional about Red Cross services;request films through local RodCross chapters.

Anti-Defamation League of IrnalIrrithCentral Pacific Regional Office40 First St. (5)Approximately 15 films educe-tional and religious, primarily on

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Association Films, Inc.799 Stevenson St.A ppro ximate ly 500 films enter-tainment features, educational, andindustry tponSoreAl; distributionrestricted to Western States.

Audio Film Center406 Clement St. (18)Approximately 750 filmson for-eign languages, music, art, anddocumentary.

Australian News and InformationBureau153 Kearny St..A pprorirna tely 100 filmsinforma-tional about Australia; distributionrestricted to twelve Western States.

W. E. Borley, M.D.490 Post St.One filminstructional.A. M. Byers Co.225 Bush St.Room 300 (4)Two jIJInson wrau ght iron andsnow melting.

California State Automobile Assn.160 Van Neu Ave.Approximately 50 films educa-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to tke West Coast.

California Tuberculosis & HealthAun.130 Hayes St. (2)Approximately £5 filmson tuber-mitosis and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to California.

Canadian Consulate General400 Montgomery St.Approximately 100 filmson Can-ada; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picture Library502 Shreve Bldg.210 Postlit.Approximately 20 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Canadian Pacific Railway185 Post St (8)Approximately 15 filmstravelogsOn Canada; distribution restrictedto gfographima region.

Craig Corp.149 New Montgomery St. (5)Approximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment and educational; distri-bution restricted to West CoastStates.

Gateway Productions, Inc.1859 Powell St. (11)A pprorirn a tell' feW filmsedum-tional, classroom, and adult.

General Mothrs CorpFilm Library405 Montgomery St.A pproxima tell/ 65tional, all sponsored ;

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German Tourist Information Office323 Geary St.. (2)Twenty-eight filmsontertt inv,educational, and sponsored; distri-bution restricted to Western States.

Golden Gate CollegeTwelve filmsclassroom; for useonly in the College.

David 0. Harrington, M.D.384 Post St. (8)One filmmedical; distribution re-stricted to medical profession.

The Methodist Publishing HouseAudio-Visual Dept.85 McAllister St. (2)Approximately 1,500 filmsprima-rily religious but also seculareducational and entertainment sub-jects; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.600 Stockton St. (20)Six ftims2eduzationa1 on koalasubjects.

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Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.444 Mission St. (5)Approximately 600 films--edura-tional and informational, all spon-sored films distribution restrictedto geographical region.

National Conference of Christiansand JewsSuite 9168, Central Tower (3)Approrirnately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding ; dis-tnbutson restricted to geographicalregion.

New Zealand Government TouristBureau163 Kearny St..Approximately 100 filmsenter-tainment and educational., partiru.larly about New Zealand,

Overseas Shipping Co.310 Sansome §t.. (4)Approximately 10 filmsprimarilytravelogs on Norway and Dfn-mark ; distribution restricted togeographical region,

Pacific Telephone and TelegraphCo.

140 New Montgomery St. (5)Approximately 75 filmsinforma.tional and public relations; requestfilm/ through local telephone com-pany offices.

Photo and Sound Co.116 Natoma St. (05)

Approximately 44 00 ftimsenter--tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Presbyterian Distribution Service234 McAllister St. (2)Several films, number not reported,au religious; distribution restrictedto churches.

Royal Consulate General ofSweden1960 Jackson St. (9)Approximately SO filmsentertain-ment and educational about Sloe-

den, distribution restricted to theConsulate General district.

Sabena Belgian World Airlines420 Post St.Approximately £5 filmsprimarilytravelogs.

San Francisco City CollegeAudio-Visual Dept.60 Phelan Ave. (12)

.Approximately SOO films ---educa-tional; distribution restricted toSan Francisco City College.

San Francisco State CollegeAudio-Visual LibraryApproximately 500 filmsedum-tional; distribution restricted toSan Francisco State College.

Santa Fe Film Bureau114 Sansome St.Approximately tO filmstravelogs,railroad industry, and SouthwestIndian films.

Shell Oil Co.Public Relations Dept.100 Bush SL (6)Approximately £5 filmseduca-tional, about the oil inilustry andrelated subjects.

Simonds Saw and Steel Co.228 First St. (6)Four ftims--instruetional on ma-chine tools.

Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturers Agency669 Mission St.. (6)Five filmson sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restrictedto surrounding territory.

Southern Pacific Co.Public Relations Dept..65 Market St. (5)Five filmsahout railroads.

Tandy Leather Co.1110 Mission St.Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

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Tri-Delt Productions, Inc.315 Sutter St. (8)Two filmseducational and infor-mational.

United Air LinesSchool and College Service400 Post St. (2)Eight filmson airplanes and airtravel.

V. S. Army EngineersSouth Pacific DivisionP. 0. Box 3339Rincon Annex (19)Fourteen filmson flood control,construction of dams, and activitiesof the Corps of Engineers.

U. S. Coast GuardTwelfth Coast Guard District903 U. S. Appraisers Bldg.630 Sansome St. (26)Approximately 15 filmson theCoast Guard and its activities;distribution restricted to TwelfthCoast Guard District.

U. S. Department of the ArmyCommanding General, Sixth ArmyAtt: Signal OfficerPresidio of San FranciscoApproximately 710 films-250 pub-lic information and 480 trainingfilms; distribution of all films re-stricted to Sixth Army area; dis-tribution of training films re-stricted to educational institutionsat times when not in use by theArmy.

U. S. Department of the NavyCommandant, Twelfth NavalDistrictAtt: Asst. for Public InformationFederal Office Bldg. (2)Approximately 885 films-225 pub-lic information and 680 trainingfilms; distribution of all films re-stricted' to Twelfth Naval District;Ilistribution of training films re-stricted to educational institutionsat times when not in use by theNavy.

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V. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division611 Pacific Bldg.821 Market St. (8)

-Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Sdvings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to California.

U. S. Forest Service630 Sansome St. (11)Approximately 65 filmson thenational forest, forest managementand forest fire prevention; distrilbution restricted to California.

U. S. Marine CorpsDirector, Twelfth Marine CorpsReserve & Recruitment DistrictBuilding 3, Room 504100 Harrison St. (6)Approximately 15 filmabout theMarine Corps; distribution re-stricted to geographical region.

United States Steel Corp.Columbia-Geneva Steel DivisionSan Francisco Film DistributionCenter120 Montgomery St. (6)Approximately f5 filmsprimarilyon the manufacture and uses ofsteel.

United World Free Film Service850 Battery St.Approximately 20 filmseduca-tional and informational, all spon-sored.

4,The Vpjohn Co.199 First St.Thirteen filmson medical andpharmaceutical subjects.

Westcoast Films350 Battery St. -

Approximateli..1,000 termshorts yid es, eds.

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Western, Cinema Guild881 Bug pt. (4)Approximately 400 filmsforeignlanguage; art, documentary.

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Western Pacific Railroad Co.526 Mission St. (5)Five films on freight and passen-ger railroad transportation.

Wine Advisory Board717 Market St. (3)Two filmseducational, on thewine industry.

Walter P. Work, M.D.384 Post St. (8)One famon techniques in widefield laryngectomy.

World Wide Pictures444 Mission St. (5)Fifteen filmsreligiose.

SAN JOSE

Munday and Collins803 N. Market St. (10)Approximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

National Safety CouncilSanta Clara County Chapter381 W. San Fernando (10)Approximately 40 famson traffic,home, and industrial safety; dis-tribution restricted to Santa ClaraCounty.

San Jose Chamber-of CommercePublic Lelations Dept.Civic Auditorium (18)Two films---inf tional.

San Jose Public LibraryFifteen to twenty films monthlythrough the Northern CaliforniaLibrary Film Circuit, plus twenty-five titles owned by, Library andten titles on long term depositinformational; distribution re-strictit to holders of Librarycards.

San Jose State CalmAudioNisual Service CenterApproximately 800 filme---oduca.Nasal, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to San Jose StateCollege.

Alin Jose Unified School DistrictDivision of Instructional Materials408 Almaden Ave. (14)Approximately 1,t10 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to San Jost; UnifiedSchott District.Santa Clara County Departmentof Public Health2220 Moorpark Ave. (28)Approximately 25 filmson publichealth subjects; distribution re--stricted to Santa Clara County.Santa Clara County SchoolsAudio-Visual Education2320 Moorpark Ave.Approximately 5,250 gmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distrait-tion restricted to Santa ClaraCounty.

SAN LEANDRO

San Leandro Unified SchoolDistrictInstructional Materials Center451 W. Joaquin Ave.Approximately 215 famsinstruc-tional; distribution 'restricted toSan Leandro Unified School Dis-trict.Wyeth Laboratories1144 W. Avenue 185Approximately 15 filmson medi-cal subjects.

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California State PolytechnicCollegeAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 600 films---duca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to the College and toSan Luis Obispo public schools.

Akan Luis Obispo Coimty &toolsIrttructional Materials Division2156 Sierra WayApproximately 800 filmsclass-room, some sponsored; distribu.tion restricted to San Luis ObispoCounty Schools.

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Palomar CollegeAudio-Visual AidsTwo filmsinstructional; distribu-tion primarily restricted to on-campus Ws.

SAN MATEO

College of San MateoApproximately 200 films it . true-tional; distribution restricted toCollege of San Mateo.

San Mateo City School District120 N. Ellsworth Ave.Ten filmsinstructional; distribu-tion restricted to K8 schools andgroup in San Mateo City.

SAN PABLO

West Contra Costa Junior College2801 Castro Rd.Approximately 50 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted tothe College.

SAN PEDRO

Riviera Productions29 Miraleste PlazaApproximately 50 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and relig-ious.

SAN RAFAEL

Guide Dogs for the Blind, Inc.Four frit -ducational on guidedogs for the blind.

Marin County Superintendent ofSchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApProximately 1,810 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribv,.tion restricted to Marin Countypublic schools.

SANTA ANA

Orange County SchoolsAudio-Visual Services1104A W. Eighth St.

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Approximately 1,500 filmseduoa-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Orange Countypublic schools.

SANTA BARBARA

Santa Barbara City SchoolsInstructional Materials1235 Chapal St.Approximatay 100 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionof educational films restricted toschools.

SANTA CLARA

Underwriters' Laboratories,1656 Scott LaneThree filmson safety; disties restricted to west ofMountains.

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Santa Cruz County SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 595 films---educs-tional; distribution restricted toSanta Cruz County public schools.

SANTA MONICA .

Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc.Twelve filmson aircraft.

Santa Monica Public LibraryFilm ServiceApproximately 150 filmsenter.tainment, educational, and span-gored; distribution restricted toSanta Monica out-of-school groups.

Santa Monica Unified SchoolDistrictAudio-Visual Education Dept.1723 Fourth St.Approximately 900 filmsalma .

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San Joaquin County SchoolsAudio-Visual Services838 E. Market St. (6)Approximately 1,100 filmseduca-tiona1; distribution restricted toSan Joaquin County Schools.

Stockton and San Joaquin CountyPublic LibraryFifteen to twenty films monthlythrough the Northern CaliforniaLibrary Film Circuit informa-tional, primarily for adults; dis-tribution restricted to San JoaquinCounty.

Federal Civil Defense Administra-tionRegion 7Naval Auxjliary Air StationApproximately tO filmson civildefense and related subjects.

onoma County SchoolsInstructional Materials Dept.Audio-Visual ServicesApproximately 1,010 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distriins-Hon restricted to Sonoma Co;inty.

SHERMAN OAKS

Don Taylor Productions4114 Dixie Canyon Ave.A pproximaUly SO films on sportsand travel.

SOUTH PASADENA

South Pasadena Public Library1115 El CentroApproximately 15 films monthlythrough the Southern CaliforniaLibrary Film Circuit plus somesponsored film. informational,primarily for adults; free dis-tribution restricted to city.

South Pasadena Unified SchoolDistrictAudio-Visual Education512 Garfield Ave.Approximately 50 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted toSouth Pasadena elementary publicschools. et

STOCKTON,

Tillman J. Meadows CO.20 E. Acacia St.Approximately SIO filmsenter-Wows., educational, religious,and sponsored; distribution re-striated to California.

SUISUN

Hunter Boat Corp.Two ftlm--entertainment.

SUSANVILLE

Lassen County SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 950 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Lassen and ModocCounties.

TORRANCE

Hi-Shear Rivet Tool Co.2600 W. 247th at.One film on aircraft riveting; dis-tribution primarily to business andindustry.

Torrance Unified School District-Educational Materials Bldg.2335 Plaza Del AmoApproximately 500 f1me-4811 class-room; distribution restricted toTorrance Un*ed School District,

TURLOCK

Gospel Films LibraryP. O. Box 847Approximately 50 film retie-ions; distribution restricted togeographical region.

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Mendocino County Superintendentof SchoolsCourt HouseApproximately 1,400 films in-structional and in f ormational ;distribution restricted to Mendo-cino and Lake Counties publicschools.

VENTURA

Ventura County Superintendent ofSchoolsAudio-Visual Education Dept.Court HouseApproximately 1,400 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Ventura County.

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Tulare County Superintendent ofSchools OfficeAudio-Visual Services Dept.Rgoni 1CourthouseApproximately 2,000 &dues-tional; distribution restricted toTulare County public schools.

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Trinity County SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately SO filmsclass-room, some sponsored; distribu-Non restricte4 to Trinity, Hum-boldt, and Del Norte Counties p'ub-tic schools.

WEST HOLLYWOOD

Courneya Productions1888 N. Crescent Hgts. (46)Approximately 40 filmsenter-tainment shorts and informational.

WHITTIER

Whittier Public Library206 N. Greenleaf AVe.Approximately 15 films monthly

through the Southern CaliforniaFilm Circuitinformational; dis-tribution restricted to holders ofLibrary cards indicating film ser-vice registry.

WILLOWS

Glen County SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 480 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Glenn County.

WILMINGTON

Los Angeles Harbor Junior College1111 Figueroa P1.Approximately 125 films, 75 in per-manent collection, 50 on weeklyloaneducational; distribution re-stricted to Wilmington.

WOODLAND

Yolo County SchoolsAudio-Visual Education702 Main St. 4Approximately 850 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu.tion restricted to Yolo CountySchools.

YREKA

Siskiyou County SchoolsAudio-Visual- Dqpt.Court HouseApproximately 925 filmaeduca-tional, some sponsored; diettion restricted to Siskiyou Count

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Sutter-Colusa Counties Audio-Visual CenterB--1. Old Court HouseApproximately 1,100 fit dues-atonal; distribution rest toSutter and Colusa County. schools.

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Approximately 55 filmsprima-rily on cancer and cancer preven-tion; distribution restricted toColl .616,

State Director of Civil Defense1511 University Ave.Approximately £0 itim.--on civildefense; distribution restricted toColorado.

Thorne, Films, Inc.1707 Hillside Rd.Five films--educational; distribu-tion restricted to schools and ool-leges.

University of ColoradoBureau of Audio-Visual Instruc-tion -

Approximately 4,060 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion primarily restricted to RockyMountain region.

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Rocky Mountain FilmsApproximately 1,400 filmsenter-tainment; distribution restricted toStates west , of the MississippiRiver.

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la Air FrancePatterson Bldg., Room 2241706 Welton St.Four famstravologs.

Akin and Bagshaw Film Library2027 E. Colfax Ave. (6)Approximately 8,500 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and armored.

American Bible SocietyAudio-Visual Dept.1445 Glenarm Pl. (2)Approximately 10 fil About theBible and the program of theAmerican Bible Society.

American Cancer SocietyColorado Division1003 E. Nineteenth * (6)

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American National Cattlemen'sAssn.801 E. Seventeenth Ave. (18)Three fil I beef cattle.

American Petroleum Institute500 Farmers Union Bldg. (3)Eleven filmsabout oil and the oilindustry.

Anti-Defamation League of B'naiFrithItouptain States Regional Office,220 Impirs Bldg. (2)Approximately if ftimseduca-

and religious, primarily ontural understanding; dis-

tigibution restricted to geographifai

Audio-Visual Center0,8 E. Ninth Ave. (8)Approximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, ducational, religious,and sponsors".

Colorado Advertising & PublicityDeptCapitol Bldg. (2)Fifteen filmsentertainment shortsand velogs on Colorado.

co rado Department of HighwaysH hway Office Bldg. ,

4201 E. Arkansas Ave. (22)One film on maintenance of moun-tain highways in winter.

Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp.lye% fil, the manufacture

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Colorado Mining Assn.204 State Office Bldg.One Alm on umlaut* prospectingand mining on the ColoradoMateo&

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Colorado State Department ofPublic HealthHealth Education SectionState Office Bldg. (2)Approximately 100 famseduca-tional on health subjects; distribu-tion restricted to Colorado.

Colorado Tuberculosis Aun.1633 Vine St. (2)Approximately 15 filmson htber-culosis and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Colorado.

Continental Trailways Bus SystemTraffic Dept.Seventeenth and BroadwayNine fimetraveloge on the UnitedStates. and Mexico.

Denver Public Schools.Department of Special Services414 Fourteenth St. (2)Approximately 4,000 fit ,duce-tional, some sponsored; distrait-tion restricted to Denver PublicSchools.

Federal Civil Defense Administra-tionRegion 6P. 0. Box 8878, University ParkStationApproximately SO filmson civildefense.

Ideal Pictures, In&714 Eighteenth St. (2)Approximately 8,000 filmsenter-tainment, religious, educational,and sponsored.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.28 E. Ninth Ave. (8)Approximately 600 fit',tional and informational, all spots-sored films; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Mountain States Telephone andTelegraph Co.931 Fourteenth St. (1)Approximately 75 ifime--informai.tional and public relations; request

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National Foundation for InfantileParalysis313 Midland Savings' Bldg.444 Seventeenth St. (2)Eight jilms informational andeducational about polio.National Jewish Hospital at Denver8800 E. Colfax Ave. (6)One filmeducational on tubercwlosis.

Religious Film Libraries1457 S. BroadwayApproximately 600 fihne---otter-tainment shorts, religious, andsponsored; distribution restrictedto geographical region.Sabena Belgikn World Airlines909 Seventeenth St.Room 607Approximately U fil!- Zmarilytravelogs.

Kenneth C. Sawyer, M.D.1839 High St.Fourteen filmsmedical for collegeand professional use.Sinclair Refining Co.Att: Farm SalesDenver Club Bldg., Room 1339Six fit- 4uoational on agricul-ture; distribution restricted togeographical region.Tandy Leather Co.1635 BroadwayFour films on leatkercraft andcarving.

The Texas Co. ,P. 0. Box 2100 (1)Approximately tO fil, 404about oil and the oil industry, sfew agricultural subjects.U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division426 Denham Bldg.635 Eighteenth St. (2)Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; &striabution restricted to C010Pade.

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U. 8. Geological SurveyFederal Center, Bldg. 25Eight fil technical phasesof topographic mapping; distribu-Hon restricted to Rocky MountainStates.

United World Free Film Service2027 E. Colfax Ave.Approximately SO mooducti.tional and informa ail spewsored.

University of DenverAudio-Visual Service (10)Approximately 15 filmson LatinAmerica.

The Upjohn Co.8730 E. 48th Ave. (16)Thirteen fil,, medical andpharmaceutical subjects.

Visual Aid Center1457 8. Broadway (10)Approximately 500 filtainment shorts and religious; die-tribution primarily to churches.

Vocational Rehabilitation Division210 State Office Bldg.Three filmseducational; distribu-tion restricted to Colorado.

World Wide Pictures28 E. Ninth Ave. (3)Fifteen iilme=religious.

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Colorado State UniversityVisual Aids ServiceApproximately 800 jilt, . agri-culture and Awns economics sub-hoots, also regional depository forForest Service films; distributionrestricted to Colorado and neigh-boring States.

Winter County LibraryFilm ServiceApproxipately 150 Nmsenter-Waviest, eduostioNait roligions,and rponsorod,

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Colorado School of MinesOffice of InformatanThree filmson mining education.

GRAND JUNCTION

Mesa County Villey SchoolsDistrict 51543 Rood Ave.Approximately 100 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted topublic schools in District 51.

U. S. Atomic Energy CommissionAtt: Aut. to Manager for PublicInformationGrand Junction Operations OfficeApproximately 80 filmson atomipenergy and related subjects; dittribution restricted to geographicalregion.

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Colorado State College ofEducationInstruational Materials CenterApproximately 1,800 filmseduce-tional, some sponsored.

PUEBLO

PuebloJunior CollegeCenter of Audio-Visual Materials900 W. Orman Ave.Approximately 1,100 /limaenter-tainment, educational, and epon-eared.

Tandy Leather Co.104 E. Fourth St.Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

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Kaplan Aircraft Cprp.Old Windsor Rd.Two films on helicopters; distribu-tion primarily restricted to busi-ness and industry.

BRIDGEPORT

The Bullard Co.-286 C Id Ave. (9)Four 1 ma on the manufacturemachine tools.

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Pix Film Service,34 E. Putnam Ave.Approximately 5,000 filmsest.r .tainmeni, educational, and reli-gious.

HARTFORD

Aetna Casualty and Surety Co.Public Education Dept.151 Farmington Ave. (15)Seventeen films *educational onof public safety.Air France18 Asylum St.Room 811Four films.travelogs.Connecticut Light a Power Co.Box 2010 (1)

pproximately 40 film edutional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Connecticut.Connecticut State Department ofEducationLibrary of Audio-Visual Materials802 State Office Bldg.Approximately SOO Nms-4duea-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Conttecticut,marily to public schools.Connecticut State Department ofHealthBureau of Public Health Education165 Capitol Ave.Approximately 850 filmsawn-tional on health and- disease; dirtribution restricted to Connecticut.Connecticut Tuberculosis Aun.,Inc.17 Woodland St. (5)Approximately so /ilmson tuber-culosis and relaied subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Connecticut.Harrison Harries110 High Bt.Approximatly 1,000rill, entertainment shorts, OORSOeducational, roligiosse, and "powsera.

Univenity of -BridgeportAudio-Visual CenterApproximately 80 films *duos-tional ; distribution primarily toschools and organisations of tkegreater Bridgeport area.

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American Cyanamid CO.Surgical Products Division1 Casper St.Approximately 350 Nms.on sur-gical procedures; distribution re-&hiked to professional groups.

Sperry Products, Inc.One film--on ultrasonic inspection.

The World OutdoorsP. 0. Box 549Five filmeon hunting,nature, and wildlife.

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The Greenwich LibraryApproximately 105 filmsdocu-mentary, art, informational, andsponsored plus SS films monthlyfrom other sources; distributionprimarily restricted to Greenwich.

Greenwich Public SchoolsDepartment of Audio-VisualEducationApproximately 800 filmsfor class-room *use only; distribution re-itricted to Greenwich schools.

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Hartford Public SchoolsApproximately 175 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted topublio schools of Hartford.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews983 Main St. (8)Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Rockwell Film and ProjectionService182 High St. (5)Approximately 1,100 filmsenter-tainment, educational and open-stored.

41glata Director of Civil Defense92 Farmington Ave. (15)Approximately 35 filmson etVirdefense; distribution restrictedtoConnecticut.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division403 Federal Bldg.135 High St. (1)Seventeen filmsabout the II litedStates and Savings Bonds; datri-bution rest;e\ted to Connecticut.

DDLETOWN

Russell LibraryFilm Dept.Approximately 150 films plus 75others obtained each *tenth; dis-tribution restricted to RussellLibrary users; no mail service.

Woodrow Wilson High SchoolAudio-Visual *ducationA ',natal; S5 filmstional; distribution restricted topublic school *members of localregional film pool.

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Milford Public LibrarySixteen films on art and music.

Milford Public SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 100 filmsclass-room ; distribution restricted toMilford and Stratford area publicschools.

NEW BRITAIN

Fafnir Bearing Co.One filminformational.New Britain Public Schools

,Audio-Visual Dept.Administration Bldg.Approximately 850 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted toNew Britain public and parochialschools.

Skinner Chuck Co.Sales Dept.95 Edgewood Ave.One film on the universal scrolland power chuitk.

Teachers College of ConnecticutApproximately 40 films----instrub-tional; distribution restricted tostaff and laboratory schools of theCollege.

NEW. HAVEN

American Cancer SocietyConnecticut Division, Inc.1044 Chapel St.Approximately 20 filmson cancerand oancer control; distributionrestricted lo Connecticsit.

Anti-Defamation League of ErnaiWrithConnecticut Regional Office956 Chapel St.Approximately 25 films Mum-itional and ottligious, primarily onintercultural understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

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Connecticut Film Service50 Greene St.Approximately 1 f5 filmsenter-tainmenti educational, and reli-gious.

Films for Education1066 Chapel St.

hree fumsinstruc tional.

H-B Motion Picture Service174 George St. (10)Approximately 190 filmsenter-tainment and educational.

New Haven Public SchoolsDepartment of Audio-VisualEducation68 Gregory StApproximately St5 films class-room, some eponsored; distributionrestricted to New Haven,

Southern New England TelephoneCo.227 Church St. (6)Approximately 75 flima,informa-tional and public relations; requestfaMS through local telephone com-pany offices. (Yale University Press FilmService, Inc.143 Elm St. (7)Fifteen ftimson United Stateshistory.

NEW LONDON

New London Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Dept.Approximately 85 lamaentertain-ment shorts and educational; nomail service.

Norwalk Public LibraryFirst DistrictEighteen films monthly through alibrary jlim time 'moat.% ;distribution reptrioted to FairfieldCounty.

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Norwalk Public SchoolsDepartment of Audio-VisualEducationTracey School, Camp St.Approximately 350 itimsedura.-tional, some eponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Norwalk PublicSchools.

STAMFORD

Stamford Public LibraryThe Ferguson LibraryApproximately 615 y1 Alum-tional and enteitainment, includingsponsored films; free distributionrestricted to Stamford.

STORRS

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState OfficeUniverisity of ConnecticutApproximately IS filmaon soiland water conservation; distribu.tion restricted to Connecticut andRhode !slant&

University of ConnecticutAudio-Visual CenterApproximately 1,800 filmseduce.tional, some sponsored; distriku-tion restricted to New England.

AStRATFORD

Sikorsky Aircraft DivisionUnited Aircraft Corp. (1)Five filmsinformational aboutaircraft.

Stratford Public SchoolsApproximately 150 flime---instruc-tional; distribution restricted toStratford Public Schools and,through an exchange agreement,Milford Public Schools.

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Westptt Public LibraryEighteen films monthly throughthe Connecticut, and CanadianFilm Library Circuits; distributionrestricted to holders of Library

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Robert E. Morris 05.Box 41 (7)Two fil .qucationia on the con-struction and uses of Nicholsmilling machines.

Pratt & Whitney Co.Advertising DeptCharter Oak Blvd. (1)Two fil, .ruoational.

West Hartford Public LibraryApproximately 16 films montklythrough die Connecticut LibrariesFilm Circuitinformational; dis-tribution to West Hart-ford and t Idrs of Librarycords.

West Hartford Public SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 760 filmseduces-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion primarily restricted to WestHartford Public Schools and coin.vnunity groups.

WESTPORT

Weston Woods StudidiFourteen filmsvisualisations ofchildren's books.

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State of DelawareDepartment of Civil DefenseApproximately SO fit,, civildefense; distribution restricted toDelaware.

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Westport Public SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately ass filmsenter-tainment, educational, and spon-sored; distribution restricted toWestport and Fairfield PublicSchools.

WETHERSFIELD

Connecticut Interscholastic Ath-letk Conference, Inc.282 Main St. (9)Eleven filmson sports; /distribu-tion restricted to member highschools of Connecticut.

Taylor Films & Equipment Co.169 Main St (7)

pproximately 500 filmsenter-tainment and informational; dis-tribution restricted to States eastof Mississippi River.

WINDSOR

Gospel Films Library40 Loomis Ave.Approximately 50 filmsail ugh-rictus; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Mowerdistribution restricted to me/0erhigh schools in Delaware.

Delaware Stite Board of HealthPublic Health EducationApOroximately 135 Mynaedam-tiottat; distribution restricted toDelaware.DOVER

Delaware Association of SecondarySchool AdministratorsState Director of Health andPhysical EducationApproximately 15 fit- sports;

State Department of EducationFilm LibraryApproximately 190 films class-room and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Delaware.

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U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState Office

P. 0. Box 418Approximately 15 filmson soiland water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to Delaware.

Universit§ of DelawareDepartment of Rural Communica-tio4sA pproxia te y 65 ftlmi--on agri-culture and- home sconoma'es.

WILMINGTON

American Cancer SocietyDelaware Division, Inc.1324 Market St. (1)Approximately 10 filmsprimarilyon cancer and oanter prevention;distribution restricted to Delaware.

Dr. Norman L. Cutler1300 N. Harrison St.Three itims--educationat.

Delaware Anti-TuberculosisSociety, Inc.1308 Delaware Ave.Approximately 10 filmson tubes:-culosis and relata subjects; dis-tribution restricted -to Delawae.

E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.Advertiaini Dept.Motion Picture DistributionEducational films, number notgiven, about du Pont products.

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AFL-CIOFilm Division815 Sixteenth St., NW.Approximately 300 famson socialand conomic issues, tionalaffairs, labor and labor unions,and politioal education.

Air France1518 K St., NW. (5)Four filmis--travelogs.

Hercules Powder Co.Advertising Services (99)T welt' ms-4tducational, spun-sored.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews1101 Washington St.. (1)Approximately 15 film.- racialand religious understanding ; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

National Vulcanized Fibre Co.Two filmsinformational foradults.

Photo Shops, Inc.1007 Tatnall St.A pprorimately 500 famtenter-tainment shorts and features; dis-tribution restricted to easternUnited States.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division200 W. Tenth St. (1)Seventeen fiimsagoui the UnitedStates and Savings Amide; distri-bution estricted to Delaware.

Wilmington Public SchoolsDepartment of Audio-VisualEducationA pprorirnately 1,000 ftInts---eduoa-tiona distribution restricted topublic schools and related organi-zations in Wilmington.

Columbia

Allied Youth, Inc.1709 M St., NW. (6)One ftlmon the work of OWorganization.

American Cancer Society?) Inc.District of Columbia Division1415 Eye St., NW. (5)Approximately 15 filmsprimarilyon cancer and cancer education;distribution restricted to Districtof Columbia.

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Paul I.e. Brand & Son2163 K SL, NW. (7)

hear and Approximately 1 ,500 filmson ter-tatn ment, educational, and re1i-

American Hearing Society1800 H SL, NW. (6)One filmon /tow wespeak.

American Institute of ArchitectsLibrary1785 New York Ave., NW. (6)Three filM*---091 architecture.

American Institute of Cooperation744 Jackson Pl., NW. (6)One mon farmer cooperatives.

American Podiatry AaociaUon3301 Sixteenth St.,,Three famson chiropody and

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American Potash Institute1102 Sixtvnth St., NW. (6)E i s t Altnaon tke production andUSe- of fertilizers.

American Trucking Assogiations,Inc.1424 Sixteenth St., NW. (6)A pproximate1y 25 filmspublic re-lations and safety films about thetrucking industry.

The American Waterviays Opera-tors, Inc.Suite 5021025 Connecticut Ave., NW. (6)One filmon the centagrotLion,control and utilization of waterresources.

Anti-Defamation League of B'nalB'rithD.C. Maryland Regional Office1640 Rhode Island Ave., NW. (6)Approximately if films educa-tional and relig folds, primarily onintercultural understanding; dis-tribution reitricted to geographioreregion.

B'nai B'fith Youth Organization1129 Vermont Ave., /NW. (5)Portytfiims----inforptational and re-ligious; distribution primarily toB'nai Writh youth groups.

A. M. Byers Co.935 Munsey Bldg. (4)T sty) ftima---on wrought iron andenow melting.

Canadian ErnbarksyInformation Office1746 MassachusettsA pproximat.dy 100atia distributionD. C. aria.

Ave., NW. (6)filmson Can-restrieted to

Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picture Library922 Fifteenth St., NW.Fourteen filmstravelogs on Can-ada,. disthbution restricted togeographical region.

Canadian Ilacific Railway1504 K St., NW. (5)A pproximately015 filmetravebvson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Chamber of Commerce of theIL S. A.Au -Visual Services Dept.

5 H St., NW. (6)Nine fil nformational aboutthe U. S. 'iconomy.

Chesapeake att Potomac TelephoneCo.725 Thirteenth St., NW. (5)Approximately 75 films---inform-tionai and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany oft4ss.

Church Book phopAudio-Visual /Dept.725 Twelfth St, NW. (5)Approximately 800 filligious subjects; distributionstricted to Distritt of Columbia.

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Council of Churches NationalCapital AreaAudio-Visual Services1751 N St., NW. (6)Nine filmson church subjects.

Defenders of Furbelirers2140 P.St., NW. (i)Six filmson wildlife conservation.

District of Columbia Departmentof Public HealthHealth Education Section300 Indiana Ave., NW. (1)Several films on various aspectsof health and 75 films on mentalhealth; distribution restricted toD. C. area.

District of Columbia Office of CivilDefense4820 Howard St NW. (16)Approximately 30 filmson civildefense; distribution restricted toD. C. area.

District of Columbia PublicLibrary (1)Approximately 470 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to groups in the Districtof Columbia.

District of Columbia RecreationDept.3149 Sixteenth St., NW. (10)Two filmson community recrea--tion and leadership; distributionrestricted to D. C. area.

District of Columbia TuberculosisAssn.1601 Eighteenth St., NW.Six filmson tuberculosis and re-lated subjects; distribution re-stricted to the District ofColumbia.

Educational Council of the GraphicArts Industry6728 Connecticut Ave., NW. (15)Ten filmseducational on thegraphic arts industry.

Embassy of EgyptPress Office2310 Decatur P1., NW. (8)Seven filmson Egypt.

Embassy of Israel1621 22nd St., NW.Fifteen filmsabout Israel.'Farm Film Foundation1731 Eye St., NW. (6)Approximately 100 filmsprima-rily on agricultural subjects.

"The" Film Center915 Twelfth St., NW. (5)Approximately 5,000 filmsprima-ray entertainment features andshorts, and religious.

Goodwill Industries of America,Inc.1229 Twentieth St., NW. (6)Two filmson the services ofGoodwill Industries; also approxi-mately 10 TV shorts.

Greyhound Bus Terminal1110 New York Ave., NW. (5)Three filmson historic and scenichighlights of the United States.

Institute of Scrap Iron & Steel,Inc.1729 H St., NW.Two filmson scrap iron.

Jewish Community Council ofGreater Washington1420 New York Ave., NW. (5)Thirteen films-s-on Biblical sub-jects, and inter-group relations;distribution restricted to D. C.area.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.927 Nineteenth St., NW. (6)Approximately 600 filmseduca-tional and informational, all spon-sored films; distribution restrictedto geographical regia.National Association of IceIndustries810 Eighteenth St., NW.. (6)

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National Association of PlumbingContractors1016 Twentieth St., NW. (6)Eighty-five films on plumbing,heating, and air conditioning.-

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National Coal Assn.802 Southern Bldg.Fifteenth and H Sts., NW. (5)Three films on coal and the coalindustry.

National Committee for Careersin Medical Technology1785 Massachusetts Ave., NW.Two filmson ,medical technology.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews302 Southern Bldg. (5)Approximately 15 famson racialand religious understanding ; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

National Education Assn.1201 Sixteenth St., NW. (6)Nineteen filmseducational; dis-

rt: tribution restricted to District ofColumbia.

National Highway Users Confer-ence, Inc.National Press Bldg. (4)Two filmson AMerican highwaysand safety.

National Paint, Varnish, and Lac-quer Ann., Inc.1500 Rhode Island Ave., NW. (5)Three filmson painting.

National Plant Food InstituteFilm Services

. 1700 K St., NW. (6)Seven films on agriculture.

New Zealand Embassy19 Observatory Circle, NW. (8)Approximatily 85 filmstravelogsabout New Zealand.

Pan American UnionVisual Arts SectionSeventeenth and K Sta., NW. (6)Approximately 60 faMson Latin%American countries.

Potomac Cooperative Federation1129 Vermont Ave., NW. (5)Two filmson cooperatives andtheir operations; distribution re-stricted to D. C., Maryland and

Prevention of Blindness Society839 Seventeenth St., NW. (6)Three filmson children's eyes,glaucoma, and eye accidents; dis-tribution restricted to Washingtonmetropolitan area.

Sebena Belgian World Airlines1001 Connecticut Ave., NW. (6)Twenty-five filmsprimarily tray-slogs. S.

A. G. Spalding & Bros., Inc.2150 Wisconsin Ave., NW.f.Three films on sports; distributionrestricted to geographical region.

Structural Clay Products Institute1520 Eighteenth St., NW. (6)One film on clay and clayproducts.

Tandy Leather Co.1741 Connecticut Ave., NW.Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

U. S. Armed Forces Institute ofPathologyWalter Reed Army Medical Center6825 Sixteenth St., NW. (25)Approximately 465 ftimson healthand medioal subjects; distributionrestricted to the medical professionand allied Icientifia groups.

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UPS. Department Of the ArmyOffice of the Chief of EngineersTechnical Liaison DivisionPictorial BranchFour filmson the construction of

Adams.

U. S. Atomic Energy CommissionAtt: Public Information Service(Pictorial)Approximately 80 fil atomicenergy and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregiolt.

U. S. Coast GuardCoast Guard HeadquartersChief, Public Information Division(25)Approximately 15 films on theCoast Guard and its activities.U. S. Department of AgricultureForest Service (25)Approximately 65 filmson the na-tional forests, forest management,and forest fire prevention.

U. S. Department of AgricultureMotion Picture Service (25)Approximately £50 famson agri-culture and related subjects.U. S. Department of the ArmyCommanding, General, MilitaryDistrict of WashingtonAti.: Signal Officer (25)Approximately 710 films-250 pub-lic informatio* and 460 trainingfilms; distribtition of all films re-stricted to District of Columbia andneighboring area; distribution oftraining fit* restricted to educa-tional institutions at times whennot in use by the Army.

U. S. Department of CommerceBureau of Public Roads (25)Three filmson the testing andconstruction of highways; distribu-tion to professional and technicalgroup&

U. S. Department of CommerceCoast and Geodetic SurveyDivision of Technical Services (25)

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U. S. Department of CommerceNational Bureau of Standards (26)Eleven filmson technical dentalsubjects; distribution restricted toprofessional dental groups.

U. S. Department of CommerceWeather Bureau (25)Seven films on weather andweather forecasting ; distributionrestriqted to District of Columbia.

U. S. Department of the InteriorBureau of Reclamation (25)Seven filmson conservation andreclamation in the western UnitedStates.

U. S. Department of the InteriorGeological SurveyMap Information Office (25)Eight filmson technical phases oftopographic 'mapping; distributionto engineering colleges and otherprofessional audiences.

U. S. Department of the NavyCommandant, Potomac River NavalCommandAtt: Aut. for Public Information

U. S. Naval Gun Factory, Bldg.200 (25)Approximately 885 filmst25 pub-lic information and 160 trainingfilms; distribution of all films re-stricted to District of Columbiaand neighboring area; distributionof training films restricted to edu-cational institutions at times whennot in use by the Navy.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division502 Winder Bldg.604 Seventeenth St., NW. (25)Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; dis-tribution restricted to the Districtof Columbia.

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U. S. National Advisory Committeefor keronauticsDivision of Research Information1512 H S., NW. (25)Approxinately 40 filmson aero.nautical cmcl related technical rub-jects.

U. S. National Archives (25)One filmabout the National Ar-chives.

U. S. National Gallery of Art (25)One filmon the National Galleryof Art.

U. S. Veterans AdministrationVA Central Film Library (25)Approximately 500 filmsmostlyon medical subjects, some publicinformation and training film--150 films produced by VA, 350 ac-quired from other sources; dis-

BARTOW

Polk-County Film LibraryBox 891County School ,Board Bldg.Approximately 335 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted toPolk County public schools.

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The Upjohn Co.6180 N. Capitol St., NW.Thirteen filmson medical andpharmaceutical subjects.

Washington Heart Assn.1000 Connecticut Ave., NW. (6)Several films, number not reported,on heart disease in children andadults.

White Fathers Film DistributionCenter1624 21st St., NW. (9)Sixteen filmseducational, relig-ious and sponsored.

World Wide Pictures927 Nineteenth St., NW. (6)F ifteen filmsreligious.

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John L Douglas & AssociatesRagsdale Bldg.Five films informational aboutFlorida.

Manatee County SchoolsApproximately 90 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toManatee County Schools.

CLERMONT

Feature Story Film ProductionsP. 0. Box 405Ten fthns entertainment shortaand *ducat

CORAL GABLES

University of MiamiAlumni AssociationP. 0. Box 8058University Branch Post Office (46)One filminformational on inter-est in higher education.

CRESTVIEW

Okaloosa County Materials CenterOkaloosa Board of Public Instruc.tionApproximately 80 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toschools.

DAYTONA BEACH

Daytona Beach Public SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterApproximately 10 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toVolusia County public *shook.

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Volusia County Public SchoolsEducational Services CenterBox 780Approximately 250 filmsclass-room and religious ; distribution re-stricted to public schools of VolusiaCounty.

FORT LAUDERDALE

Board of Public InstructionMaterials Center1400 SW. Fourth St.Approximately 460 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toBroward County schools and groupsconnected with the schools.

Gordon S. CookBox 2306Approximately 50 filmsenter.tainment, educational, 'and relig-ious; distribution restricted to,Florida.

Florida Audio-Visual, Inc.1235 E. Las Olas- Ave.

pproximately 500 filmsenter-tainment, educational and relig-ious; distribution restricted onFox, Warner,.M.G.M., and Disneyfeatures.

Fort Lauderdale Chamber ofCommerce807 E. Las Olas Blvd.Two films on sailftshing andwater sports.

Gil Sayward Associate;Film Library25 W.. Broward Blvd.Two filmson fishing and water*ports.

Lees Malcolm Schadel, Jr., M.D.1400 S. Andrews Ave.One fibn--meclieal; distribution tophysicians oily.

FORT MYERS4

Lee County Public SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterApproximately 250 filmsclass.room; distribution restricted to LeeCounty Public Schools.

GAINESVILLE

Alachua County Public SchoolsApproximately 245 filmseduca-tional.

Florida High School Athletic Aun.Box 702 ,Approximately 15 filmson sports;distribution restricted to memberhigh schools in Florida.

University of FloridaGeneral Extension DivisionDepartment of Visual InstructionApproximately 1,450 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and spon-sored; distribution restricted toFlorida.

JACKSONVILLE

Baptist Book Store218 W. Church (2)Approximately 250 films prima-rily religious; distribution re-stricted to Jacksonville area.

Duval County Board Film Library605 Ocean St.Approximately $10 fil .rcluoa-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Duval County publiaschools.

'Florida State Board of HealthDivisjon of Health InformationP. 0. Box 210 (1)Approximately S20 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toFlorida.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis1708 Prudent! ldg.Eight films in Hama muieducational about po

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Approximately 850 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Southern Bell Telephone and Tele-graph Co.Lynch Bldg.P. 0. Box 890Approximately 75 films----informa-tional and public relations; re-quest films through local telephonecompany offices.

State Director of Civil Defense2585 Riverside Ave.Approximately 20 tamson civildefense; distribution restricted toFlorida.

Tandy Leather Co.609 Laura St.Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

MIAMI

Air FranceColumbus Hotel Bldg.82 Biscayne Blvd.Four filmstravelogs.Anti-Defamtation League of B'naiB'rith

Florida Regional Office830 Seybold Bldg. (82)Approximately 25 filmseduca-Ulna' and religious, primarily onintercultural understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion..

Baptist Store1275 W. Flag ler St. (86)Approximately 80 filmsprima-rily religious; distribution re-stricted to Afiatiti area.

Board of Public InstructionInstructional Materials Dept.275 NW. Second St. (86)Approximately 1,800 filmseduca-Hosea; distribution restricted toDade County public schools.

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City of Miami Publicity Dept.320 NE. Fifth St.Ten films entertainment shortsand informational.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.55 NE. Thirteenth St. (32)Approximately 6,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, feligious,and sponsored.

'Miami Public LibraryArt and Music Division1 Biscayne Blvd. (32)Approximately 150 filmsinforma-tional and instructional; distrilytion restricted to Miami.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews805-6 Calumet pldg. (32)Approximately 15 films on racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted 41 geographi-cal region.

Sabena BelgianIngraham Bldg.Second Ave. &Approximatelyrily travelogs.

Stevens Pictures, Inc.9536 NE. Second Ave. (88)Several thousand film,. prima-rily entertainment, some educa-tional.

World Airlines

First St., SE.15 flints 4

Tandy Leather Co.278 W. FlaglerFour films on leathercraft andcarving.

U. S. Coast GuardSeventh Coast Guard District150 SE. Third Ave. (32)Approximately 15 films on theCoast 'Guard and its activities; dis-tribution restricted to SeventhCoast Guard District.United World Films, Int.1811 NE. Bayshore Dr.Approximately 8,000 filmeenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored. %

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Guided Tour ProductionsBox 107Approximately £5 filmsprima-drily entertainment shorts and

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Marion County SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterP., 0. Box 597Approximately 125 famsinstruo-tional and informational; distribu-tithe restricted to public schools ofMarion County.

ORLANDO

Orange County Film LibraryApproximately 450 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toOrange County schools.

Wurtele Film ProductionsP. 0. Box 504Twelve filmson public relations.

PANAMA CITY

Bay County Materials Center721 Magnolia St.Approximately 180 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toBay County public schools.

PENSACOLA

Eseambia County SchoolsMaterials Center215 W. Garden St.Approximately 100 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted topublic schools and civic organist',tions of Escambia County.

ST. PETERSBURG

Pinellas County Public SchoolsMaterials Center8991 lath St., N.Approximately 900 fil tnta-Hanoi; distribution restricted topublic schools of Pinellas County.

Sunshine City Films225 Fourth St., S.P. 0. Box 1871Approximately 15 fame. sr-tainment shorts and informational;distribution restricted to Stateseast of Montana and Texas.

SARASOTA

Carey-Swain, Inc.1938 Laurel St.P. 0. Box 2384Approximately 10 fams-z-educa-tional -and informational.

Sarasota County Public SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterApproximately S30 fil -7. *nstruo-tional; distribution restricted topublic schools of Sarasota County.

STUART

Martin County SchoolsAudio-Visual Library711 E. Fourth St.Approximately 100 Ill -guts-tional; distribution restricted tosurrounding territory.

TALLAHASSEE

Florida Development CommissionCaldwell Bldg.Approximately 100 'filmson

Florida State UniversityAudio-Visual CenterApproximately S,000 filmseduca-tional and sponsored.

Florida Vocational RehabilitationDivisionDepartment of EducationTallahassee Administration Bldg.Three filmson vocational rehabili-tation; distribution primarily re-stricted to Flovida.

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American Cancer SocietyFlorida Division416 Tampa St.Twelve filmsprimarily on cancerand cancer prevention; distributionrestricted to Florida.

Baptist Book Store1000 Florida Ave. (2)Approximately 100 famsprima-.rily religious; distribution re-stricted to Florida.

gillsborough County Public SchoolsMaterials CenterApproximately 1,200 films-4duca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to public schools.

Photomart228 S. Franklin St. (2)Approximately 800 filmsenter-tainment.

Southern Photo & News608 E. LaFayette St. (2)Approximately 1,210 fil, ter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Tandy Leather Co.207 E. Tyler St.Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division414 Post Office Bldg. (2)Sepenteen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bends; distri-bution restricted to Florida.

TAVARES

Lake County Materials CenterLake County Boird of PublicInstructionApproximately 185 fil .duca-tional; distribution restricted toLake County public schools.

WEST PALM BEACH

Palm Beach County Film Librarycio Central Elementary SchoolGeorgia Ave. and HibiscusApproximately 450 filmsMum-,tional; distribution restricted toPalm Beach County.

WINTER PARK

Rollins CollegeFilm LibraryMills Memorial LibraryApproximately 55 films educa-tional and sponsored.

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University of GeorgiaCenter for Continuing EducationApproximately 1,500 IiimsAmter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

ATLANTA

Air FranceRhoda; Haverty Bldg.Rm. 1620(3)Four flimetravelogs.

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American Bible SocietyAudio-Visual Dept.85 Walton St. (8)Approximately 10 filmsabout theBible and the program of theAmerican Bible Solisty.

American Cancer Society, Inc.Georgia Division

6 2025 Peachtree Rd., Box 1A 1,, stately 55 films--on cancerand cancer prevention; distributionrestricted to Georgia.

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American Leprosy Minions, Inc.850 St. Charles Ave., NE.Eight films informational andreligious,

American Petroleum Institutet412 Henry Grady Bldg. (3)Eleven filmsabout oil and the toilindustry.

American Red CrossOffice of rublic InformationSoutheastern Area Office1965 Monroe Dr., NE. (9)Approximately 25 filmsinforma-tional about Red Cross services;request filmf through local RedCrois chapters.

Anti-Defamation League of B'naiB'rithSoutheastern Regional Office41 Exchange Pl., SE. (8)A pproximately 25 famseduca-tional and religious, primarily onintercultural understanding ; distri-bution restricted to geographicalregion.

Atlanta City Schools170 Tenth St., NE.Approximately 1,500 itimseduca-tional,: a few entertainment shorts;distribution restricted primarily toAtlanta public schools.

Atlanta Public LibraryAudio-Visual Fine Arts Dept. (8)Approximately 450 filmsenter-tainment, informationar, religious,and sponsored; distributio* re-stricted to Atlanta vicinity.

Baptist Book §tore283 Peachtree St., NE. (8)Approximately 350 filmsprima-rily religious; distribution re-stricted to Georgia.

A. M. Byers Co.704 Mortgage Guarantee Bldg. (8)Two famson wrought iron and

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Calhoun Co.121 Forrest Ave., NE. (8)Approximately 400 famsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored; distribution re-stricted to Georgia,

Canadian Pacific Railway807-809 C & S National BankBldg. (3)Approximately 15 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

The Cokesbury Book Store72 Broad St., NW. (3)Approximately 1,500rily religious but also secular edu-cational and entertainment sub-jects; -distribution restricted togeographical region.

Colonial Film and Equipment,Co.71 Walton St., NW.

Approximately 500 films--4nter-tainment, educational, and salestraining.

Consulate of Israel795 Peachtree St., NE.Fifteen fams---about Israel.

Delta Air LinesMunicipal AirportFilm Dept.Approximately 10 filmstravelogs.

Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,Inc.Regional OfficeP. O. Box 12202, Northside StationApproximately 860 filmsethos-tional; primarily classroom; distri-bution restricted 'to geographicalregion.

Films, Inc.277 Pharr Rd., NE.P. 0. Box 12202, Northside StationApproximatay 1,800 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and yeti-gious.

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Georgia Department of PublicHealthDivision of Public Health Educa-tion k

State Office Bldg. (3)Approximately s00 filmseduca-tional on health subjects; distribu-tion sstricted to Georgia.

Georgia Institute of TechnologyLibraryApproximately 55 filmsinstrue-tiona 1; distribution restricted tocampus USe.

Georgia State Department ofEducationAudio-Visual Education Service121 Memorial Dr., SW.Approximately 3,800 fihnsprima-rily educational, some entertain-ment shorts; distribution restrictedto Georgia public schools and

ir schoot-gelated organizations.

Georgia Tuberculosis Assn.100 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.(8)Approximately 10 films---on Ler-culosis; distribution restricted toGeorgia.

Gospel Films Libraryr. 0. Box 801Approximately 50 filmsall reli-gious; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Gulf Oil Corp.P. 0. _Box 6145, Station H (8)Twenty filmsprimarily travelogs.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.52 Aubvrii Ave., NE. (8)Approximately 8,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

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Modern i'alking Picture Service,Inc.714 Spring St., NW. (8)Approximately 600 films---,-educa-tional and informational, all epos-Awed films; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews1115 First National Bank Bldg.(3)Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding ; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

National Foundation for hifantileParalysis808-9 Mortgage -Guarantee Bldg.Carnegie Way, & Ellis Sts.Eight filmsin f °rotational andeducational about polio.

Sabena Belgian World Airlines101 Marietta St..Room 613Approximately 25 filmsprimarilytravelogs.

Sinclair Refining Co.Att: Farm SalesP. 0. Box 1710Six educational on agricul-ture; distribution restricted to

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Southern Bell Telephone and Tele-graph Co.Hurt Bldg. (1)Approximately 75 filmsinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

A. G. Spalding & Bros., Inc.1235 Tecbwood Dr., NW .

Three films on sports; distributionrestricted to geographical region.

State Director of Civil Defense959 E. Confederate Ave., SE. (2)Approximately 20 filmson civildefense; distribution restricted toGeorgia.

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Stevens Pictures, Inc.101 Walton St., NW. (3)Several thousand films prima-rily entertainment, some educa-

Tandy Leather Co.240 Spring St., NW.Four films on leatkercraft an44oarving.

The Texas Co.P. O. Box 1722 (1)Approximately 20 fiimamostlyabout oil and the oil industry,few agricultural subjects.

The Upjohn Co.25 Fifth St., NW. (2)Thirteen filmson medical andpharmaceutical subjects.

U. S. Army EngineersSouth Atlantic DivisionP. 0. Box 1889Fifteen filmson the IntracoastalWaterway, construction of dams,and activities of the Corps of En-gineers.

U. 8. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division202 Federal Reserve Annex114 Marietta St. (8)Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to Georgia.

U. 13. Forest Service50 Seventh St., NE. (5)Approximately 05 filmson the na-tional forests, forest management,and forest fire prevention; 'dis-tribution restricted to SouthernStates.

U. S. Marine CorpsDirector, Sixth Marine Corps Re-serve & Recruitment DistrictRoom 641, Peachtree, Seventh Bldg.50 Seventh St., NE.Approximately 15 filmsabout theMarine Corps; distrikition r.stricted to geographical region.

U. S. Public Health ServiceCommunicable Disease Center50 Seventh St., NE. (28)Approximately 500 filmeon publichealth and medical subjects;tribution restricted to groupswhich offer professional trainingin the fields of health, medicine,and allied sciences.

United World Films, Inc.287 Tetchwood pr., NW.Approximately 1,000 Pms--enter.tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

World Wide Pictures714 Spring St., NW. (8)

j teen filmsreligious.Wyeth LaboratoriesP. 0. Box 4935Approximately 15 filmsvs mai-cal sub jed.s .

AUGUSTA

Augusta Regional LibraryTwenty-three films owned plus ap-proximately 175 films through theGeorgia State Department ofEducation informational, prima-rily for adults; distribution re-stricted to Columbia and RichmondCounties.

Richmond County SchoolsApproximately SOO fil,- aas-'room; distribution restricted toRichmond County public sckools.

BRUNSWICK

Glynn County SchoolsFilm LibraryApproximataly 100 films plusothers weekly through the GeorgiaState Department of Education;distribution restricted to GlynnCounty Public.Schools.

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CANTON

Cherokee County SchoolsApproximately 185 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted toCherokee County schools and com-munity groups,

CARROLLTON

West Georgia Regional LibraryBox 62Approximately 175 films throughthe Georgia State Department ofEducationinformational; prima-rily .for adults; distribution re-stricted to Garroll, Douglas, Harks'.son, d Heard Counties.

CHAMBLEE

J. I. Case Co.4624 Peachtree Industrial Blvd.Approximately 15 films---infarms-tional about agriculture; distribu-tion restricted to agricultural usersin geographical region.

Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturers Agency4951 Peachtree Industrial Blvd.Five filmson sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restricted tosurrounding 'tory.

CLARKESVILLE

Northeast Georgia RegionalLibraryApproximately 115 fams.---4duca-tional and religious; distributionrestricted to Habersham, Rebus,and Stephens Counties.

COLLEGEBORO

Georgia State Department ofEducationCollegeboro Film LibraryGeorgia Teachers' CollegeLibrary Bldg.

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COLUMBUS

Muscogee-Chattahoochsx&-MarionRegional LibraryW. C. Bradley Memorial LibraryA pproximately SSOtional, primarily for school use ;distribution restricied to Chatta-hoochee, Marion, and MuscogeeCounties.

Muscogee County SchoolsA pproximately 300 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted toMuscogee County public schools.

Seban, Inc.404 Eleventh St.Approximately 500 filmsenter_tainment, eduartional, religious,and sponsored.

DECATUR

Decatur Independent SchoolSystemHigh School LibraryApproximately SO films class-room; distribution restricted toschool system.

DE KALI

De Kalb County SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterA pproximatelv 175 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted toDe Kalb County Schools and com-munity groups.

EASTMAN

Ocmulgee Regional LibraryFilm LibraryApproximately 50 true-tional and informational; distribu.tion restricted to Dodge, Tellair,and Elleckley Counties.

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Elbert County SchoolsFilm LibraryA pproxtely 40 filmainstruo-tional; distribution restricted toEtt!ert County Schools.

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Emory UniversityTeaching Aids Officepproximately 100 071.1prima-rily classroom; distribution gen-erally restricted to campus use.

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Fitzgerald hidependent SchoolSystem.Approximately 75 films--enter-taistment and educational; distri-bution restricted to local schoolsystem and° groups.

FORT McPHERSON

U. S. Department of the ArmyCommanding General, Third ArmyAtt: Signal OfficerApproximately 710 flints-250 pub-lic information and 460 trainingMr; distribution of al2 films re-stricted to Third Army area;distribution of training films re-stricted to edura4inta1 institutionsat times when )iot in by theArmy.

GRIFFIN

Flint River Regional Library210 S. Sixth St.Approximately 670 films throughthe Georgia State Department ofEducationin formational ; distri-bution restricted to Pike andSpaulding Counties.

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Georgia State Department ofEducation10620 Forsyth St.

Approximately 3,800 filmsprivita.rily educational, some entertain-pietist shorts; distribution restrictedto Georgia public schools andschool-sreiated organizations.

Middle Georgia Regional LibraryWashington Memorial LibraryApproximately 175 films throughthe Georgia State Department ofEducationin forma tiona1, prima-rily for adults; distribution re-stricted to Bibb, Jones, Tutiggs,and Wilkinson Counties.

REIDSVILLE

Tattnall County SchoolsFilm LibraryA mi tely f50 fittrtsedutut-tional and entertainment; distribu-tion restricted to Tattnall County.

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Floyd County SchoolsApproximately 100 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted toFloyd County Schools.

SAVANNAH

Baptist Book Store152 Barnard St.Approximately 60 filmsprima-rily religious; distribution re.stricted to Georgia.

Chatham County SchoolsA pproximately 190 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted toChatham County public schools.

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U. S. Army EngineersSavannah DistrictP. 0. Box 889One filmon the construction oClark Hill Dam.

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Federal Civil Defense Adminis-trationRegion 8P. 0. Box 108Approximately 20 filmsondefense.

Thomas County SchoolsFilth LibraryApproximately 215 famtinstruo-

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TIFTON

Georgia State Department of Edu-cationTifton Film LibraryAbraham Baldwin CollegeApproximately 4,000 films pri-marily educational, some entertain-ment shorts; Astribution restrictedto Georgia public schools andschool-related organizations.

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Hawaii Public SchoolsApproximately 145 films fritional; distribution restrieNd tosecondary *pots belonging to thefilm pool.

HONOLULU

Bureau of Sight Conservation andWork with the Blind1390 Miller St. (3)Seventeen filmseducational; dis-tribution restricted to Hawaii.

Department of HealthTerritory of HawaiiOffice of Health EducationApproximately 250 filmshealth and medical subjects.

Approximately SO films educa-tional, primArily for member com-panies; distribution restricted to

Hawaii Heart Assn.1018 Lunalilo St..Approximately 15 filmson heartsubjects; distribution restricted toHawaii and Pacific area.

Hawaiian Sugar Plantets' Assn.P. 0. Box 24t)0Approrimately 55 filmson sugar;distribution restricted to Hawaii.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.1370 S. Beretania St.Approximately 6,000 filmsenter-

On Cain men t, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Division of Vocational Rehabilita-tionP. 0. Box 2360 (4)Three filmsinformational; distri-bution restricted to Hawaii.

Hawaii Cancer Society1018 Lunalilo St.Fifteen filmson cancer and can-cer prevention.

Hawaii Employers Council Library1139 Kapiolani Blvd.

Library of HawaiiApproximately 800 filmsinforsitt-tibnal and educational; dittributionrestricted to Hawaii.

Oahu SchoolsTeaching Materials Center1227 Pensacola St, (14)Approximately 1,625 films

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Oahu Tuberculosis & Health Assn.1018 Lunalilo St.Approximately 30 fams-7-on tuber-culosis and health subjects.

Occupational Information & Guid-atm) ServiceP. 0. Box 2360 (4)

oxitnately 60 filmsoccupa-tion information and guidance;distribution restricted taTandy Leather Co.815 S. KingFour films on leathercraft ardcarving.

Territory of Hawaii\id3tiv1l Defense Agency

ldg. 29, FArt Ruger (16)Approximttely 20 filmson civildefense; distribution restricted toHawaii.

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American Cancer SocietyIdaho Division417 Continental Bank Bldg.Approximately 25 filmson cancerand cancer prevention; distributionrestricted to Idaho.

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Audio-Visual Consultants, Inc.805 N. Ninth St.Approximately 500 filmsenter-tainmwt, educational religious, ,

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Boise Junior College'Educational Film ibraryApproximately 906 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored.

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Approximately 125 filmson traf-fic safety; distribution restrictedto Hawaii.

U. S. Coast GuardFourteenth Coast Guard DistrictP. 0. Box 4010Approximately 15 filmson theCoast Guard. and its activities;distribution restricted to Four.teenth Coast Guard District.

University of HawaiiAgricultural Extension ServiceApproximately $OO filmson agri-cultural and home economics sub-jects; distribution restricted toHawaii.

Wadsworth Photo Materials, Ltd.1164 Waimanu St. (14)Approximately 150 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toHawaii.

Idaho High School InterscholasticActivities Assn.616 State St.Seven filmson sports; distribu-tion restricted to member highschools of Idaho.

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Idaho State Board of HealthApproximately 100 filmson healthpubjects.

The Mountain States Telephoneand Telegraph Co.609 Main St.Approximately 75 filmsinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis324 Eastman Bldg.105 N. Eighth St.Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

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State Director of Civil DefenseBox 1098Approximately 40 films-Lon civildefense; distribution restricted toIdaho.

Tandy Leather Co,417 N. Tenth St.Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds DivisionP. 0. Box 1930Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to Idaho.

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState OfficeP. 0. Box 2709Approximately 25 flintson soiland water conservation; distribti-tion restricted to Idaho.

University of IdahoAgricultural Extension DivisionFilm LibraryApproximately 150 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Idaho.

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Alton Community Unit SchoolDistrict *11Audio-Visual EducationApproximately 475 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toAlton Unit School District #11.

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Austin Western WorksDivision of Baldwin-Lima-Hamil-ton Corp.%601 N. nrnsworth Ave.Four films on material handlingand earth moving equipment.

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U. S. Atomic Energy CommissionAtt: Asst. to the Manager forInformationIdaho Operations OfficeP. 0. Box 1221Approximately 80 filmson atomicenergy and related tubjects; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal region. A

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University of IdahoAu4io-Visual CenterApproximately 510 filmsenter-tainmenthorts, educational, somesponsored; distribution primarilyrestricted to Pacific NorthwestStates.---

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Idaho State CollegeEducational Film LibraryApproximately 1,500 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to schools of Idaho.

Barber-Greene Co.400 N. Highland Ave.Approximately 15 filmson con-struction machinery.

BLOOMINGTON

Bloomington High SchoolDepartment of Audio-Visual Edu-cationApproximately 55 famaeduca--tional; distribution restricted toBloomington public schools.

Fried's Audio-% isual Center103 W. FronApproximately 550 filmsenter-tainment, religious, and sponsored.

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McLean County Film LibraryApproximately SOO filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toschools and civic groups in McLeanCounty.

BLUE ISLAND

Blue Island Public SchoolsApproximately 115 film.,tional; distribution restricted 'toBlue Island school district andlocal groups.

BROADVIEW

Allied Van Lines, Inc.25th Ave. & Roosevelt Rd.One filtn---on long distance movingof household goods.

CARBONDALE

. Baptist Book Store806 W. Main St.Box 640Approximately 150 filmsmarily religious; distributionstricted to Illinois.

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Southern Illinois UniversityAudio-Visual AidsApproximately 2,500 filmseduca-tional.

CHAMPAIGN

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState Office605 S. Neil St.Approximately 25 films on soiland water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to Illinois..

University of IllinoisVisual Aids ServiceApproximately 8,000 filmseduca-tional, entertainment shorts, re-ligious and sponsored.

CHARLESTON

Coles CQunty Film LibraryApproximately 185 films class-

room, some sponsored; disfributionrestricted to Coles Counti Com-munity Unit schools.

Eastern Illinois UniversityAudio-Visual CenterApproximately SOO films educa-tional.

CHICAGO

Admiral Corp,1191 Merchandise Mart (54)One film-:-informational.

Air France22 S. Michigan Ave. (3)Four filmstravelogs.

American Airlines, Inc.The Prudential Plaza (1)Nine filmstravel documentaries.

American and National Leagues ofProfessional Baseball Clubs64 E. Jackson Blvd. (4)Twenty-five filmsabout baseball.

American Bible SocietyAudio-Visual Dept.310 N. Michigan Ave. (1)Approximately 10 filmsabout theBible and the program of theAmerican Bible Society.

American Cancer SocietyIllinois Division, Inc.189 N. Clark St. (2)Twelve filmson cancer and cancerprevention; distribution restrictedto Illinois.

American Dental Assn.Film LibraryBureau of LibraryService222 E. Superior St.Approximately 170dental health and dentistry.

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American Film Registry1018 S. Wabash (5)Approximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

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American Leprosy Missions, Inc.127 N. Dearborn St. (2)Eight filmsinformational and re-ligious.

American Manufacturers MutualInsurance Co.20 N. Wacker Dr. (6)One film informational; %questfilm tlirough local agent.

American Meat Institute69 E. Van Buren St. (5)Two filmson the meet industry.

American Medical Assn.Motion Pictures and Medical Tele-vision535 N. Dearborn St. (10)Approximately 160 filmson medi-cal subjects; distribution restrictedto medical and other scientificgroups.

American Music Conference332 S. Michigan Ave.One filmon music.

American Osteopathic Assn.Order Dept.212 E. Ohio St.Approximately 15 filmseduca-tional and medical; distribution re-stricted to professional audiences.

American Petroleum Institute8 S. Michigan Ave.Eleven filmsabout oil and the oilindustry.

'American President Lines110 S. Dearborn St.Four films travelogs describingthe passenger and freighter ser-vices of American President Lines;distribution restricted to geograph-iced region.

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Anti-Defamation ,League of ErnaiB'rithMidwest Regibnal Office343 S. Dearborn St. (4)A pproximately 15 films-L-educa-tionai and religious, primarily onintercultural understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

Audio Film Center2138 E. 75th St. (49)Approximately 750 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and foreign films.

Automatic Transportation Co.101 W. 87th St. (20)T hree filmsin f ormational.

Dr. Oscar J. Becker30 N. Michigan Ave.One filminstructional on plasticsurgery.

A. M. Byers Co.625 Field Bldg. (3)Two filmson wrought iron andsnow melting.

Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picture Library103 W. Adams St.Approximately 20 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Canadian Pacific Railway39 S. La Salle St. (13)Approximately 15 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Canadian Travel Film Library111 N. Wabash Ave.Suite 1412, Garland Bldg. (2)Approximately 75 films on Cana-ian travel and wildlife; distribu-tion restricted to Western States.

Slater B. Carpenter741 N. Lotus Ave.. (44)Approximately 10 filmsenter-tainment, informational, and re-

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Certified Alfalfa Seed CouncilBox 8169 (80)One filminformational on agri-culture.

Chicago Association of Commerce& Industry1 N. La Salle St.Three fameinformational; dis-tribution primarily restricted toChicago region.

Chicago Board of TradePublic Relations Dept.141 W. Jackson Blvd.One filmon commodity market-ing.

The Chicago Public LibraryVisual Materials Center78 E. Washington St.Approximately 630 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tiois restricted to Chicago organ-ized groups.

Chicago Public SchoolsDivision of Visual Education2230 W. Cortland (47)Approximately 21000 filmsclass-room, some sponsored; distributionrestricted to Chicago PublicSchools.

Chicago Teachers CollegeAudio-Visual CenterApproximately 350 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toChicago Teachers College.

Chicago TribunePublic Service Office33 W. Madison St. (2)Six filmson publishing and theAll-Star football games.

College Film CenteT57 E. Jackson Blvd. (4)Approximately 1,500 films-Leduca-tional.

Color Camera Shop643 S. Western Ave.Approximately 60 filmsenter-tainment shorts and features; dis-tribution restricted to Chicago; nomail service.

Congregational Christian ChurchesDepartment of Visual Aids19 S. La Salle St. (3)A pproximately 40 filmseduca-tional and religious; distributionrestricted to churches in Midwestarea.

Consulate of Israel936 N. Michigan AveFif teen filmsabout

The Cooperative Lea343 S. Dearborn St.Approximately 25 fioperatives in the UniEurope. I

The Dartnell Corp.4660 Ravenswood Ave. (40)Eight filmson sales training.

Joseph B. DeLee Obstetric MotionPictures6909 S. Cregier Ave. (49)Sixteen filmsabout obstetrics.

De Vry Technical InstituteFilm Service Dept.4141 Belmont Ave. (41)Four filmseducational on elec-tronics.

Ethyl Corp.310 S. Michigan Ave. (4)Approximately 15 filmsinform-tional, primarily about gasolineand agriculture.

Film Center, Inc.20 E. Huron St. (11)Approximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and relig-ious; also foreign and art films.

Fine Hardwoods Assn.666 N. Lake Shore Dr.One itim.--on uses of hardwoodveneers and plywood; distribution

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FS Educational Sound Films5153 N. Clark St. (40)Approximately 350 filmsenter-tainment shorts, educational, andreligious; especially films aboutScandinavian countries.

German Tourist Information Office11 S. La Salle St. (3)Eight filmsentertainment, edu:cational, and sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to tit* Midwest andSouthern States.

Gtf If Oil Corp.206 N. Michigan Ave. (1)Twenty filmsprimarily travelogs.

Gypsum Aun.20 N. Wacker.Dr. (6)Three filmseducational.Hammond Organ Co.Advertising Dept.4200 W. Diversey Ave. (39)One famon the Hammond Organ.Jacques Holinger Memorial Fund700 N. Michigan Ave. (11)Ten filmson medical subjects;distribution restricted to medicalgroups.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.58 E. South Water St. (1)Approximately 6,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Illinois Agricultural Assn.43 E. Ohio St. (11)Approximately 400 filmsenter:tainment shorts, educational, andsponsored; distribution restrictedto Illinois Farm Home Bur-

cooperatives,*:'!eaus, vocationalagriculture teachers.Illinois Bell Telephone Co.208 W. Washington St. (6)Approximately 75 filmsinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

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Illinois Central Railroad Co.Library of Audio-Visual Aidt135 E. Eleventh Pl. (6)Approximately 275 filmson raiLroads and railroading, managementand employee training, public rela-tions, and safety.

Illinois Public Aid Commission160 N. La Salle St.Room 2000 (1)Ten filmson mental health andsocial welfare ; distribution re-stricted to Illinois.

Insulation Board Institute111 W. Washington St. (2)Four films educational dealingwith the insulation board industry

International Asso)iation of BluePrint & Allied Industries506 S. Watoash Ave. (5)One filmon blue print and photo-copy.

International Film Bureau, Inc.57 E. Jackson Blvd. (4)Approximately 2,500 filmseduca-tional and entertainment.

The Kendall Co.Bike Web Sales Division309 W. Jackson Blvd. (6)One filmon the prevention andcare of athletic injuries; distribu-tion to male audiences.

Mervin W. La Rue, Inc.159 E. Chicago Ave. (11)Eleven filmsmedical; distribu-tion restricted to medical anddental audiences.

Loyola Educational Film LibraryLoyola University6625 Sheridim Rd. (26)Approximately 200 filmseduca-'tional and religious; distributionrestricted primarily to Catholicschools in the Archdiocese of Chi-cago.

S. Allen °Mackler, M.D.104 S. Michigan Ave. (3)Two filmsinatructionoi.

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The Methodist Publishing HouseAudio-Visual Dept.740 Rush St. (11)Approximately 1,500 filmsprima-rily religious but also secular edu-cational and entertainment sub-jects; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Miehle Printing Press & Mfg. Co.Sales Dept.2011 Hastings St. (8)Three filmson printing.

The Milwaukee Road516 W. Jackson Blvd. (6)One film7-travelog.

Mirror Manufacturers' Assn.2217 Tribune Tower435 N. Michigan Ave.One film--educati4nal; distribu-tion restricted to schools, colleges,and clubs.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.216 E. Superior St. (11)Approximately 600 filmsedtional and informational, all asored films; distribution restricadto geographical region.

Monon Railroad608 S. Dearborn St. (5)Two filmson the Monon Railroad.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews203 N. Wabash Ave. (1)Approximately 15 films on racialand religious understanding; dis-stribution restricted to geograph-cal region.

National Safety- Council, Inc.425 N. Michigan Ave. (11)Approximately 150 films onsafety.

National School Supply & Equip-ment Aun.808 Goddard Bldg.27 E. Monroe St: (8)Two filmseducational on schoolproblem.

National Society for CrippledChildren and Adults, Inc.11 S. La Salle St. (8)Approximately SO films aboutcrippled children, adults and theirrehabilitation.

North n.rn UniversityMedical SchoolAudio-Visual Medical EducationDept.303 E. Chicago Ave. (11)Approximately 100 filmseduia-tional; distribution restricted toprofessional groups.

Official Sports Film Service7 S. Dearborn St. (3)Eight filmson sports.

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The Oliver Corp.Advertising Dept.400 W. Madison St. (6)Three filmsinstructional.

Pacific Garderf Mission646 S. State St. (5)Two filmson the work of theMission.

Presbyterian Distribution Service416 S. Franklin St. (7)Several films, number not reported,'all religious; distribution restrictedto churches.

Charles, B. Puestow, M.D.25 E. Washington St. (2)Five filmson medical subjects;distribution restricted to meflicalpersonnel.

Rail Steel Bar Assn.38 S. Dearborn St. (3)One the manufacture ofsteel.

Railway Piogress Institute38 S. Dearborn St.One, filminformational.

Religious Film Libraries220 W. Monroe St. (6)Approximately 450 films relig-ious; distribution restricted toMidwest States.

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Roosevelt UniversityLabor Education DivisionFilm Service430 S. Michigan Ave. (5)Approximately 110 films educa-tional.

Sabena Belgian World Airlines18 8. Michigan Ave.Approximately 25 fil *marilytravelogs.

Santa Fe Film Bureau316 Railway Exchange80,E. Jackson (4)Approximately £0 filme-44vivelo4s,railroad industry, and SouthwestIndian films.

Louis W. Schultz, M.D.25 E. Washington St. (2)Six filmson medical subjects;distribution to medical personnel.

Dr. Carlo S. Scuderi104 S. Michigan Ave. (8)One /dmmedical.

G. D. Searle & Co.Medical EditorP. 0. Box 5110 (80)Seven filmson medical subjects.

Se laded Films, Inc.Film Rental Dept., Rm. 2021018 EL. Wabish Ave. (5)Approximately 1,500 filmsenter.tainment and educational; distrait.-tion'restrieted to Midwest States.

Shell Oil Co.Film Library624 8. Michigan Ave. (5)Approximately 15 films educa-tional bout the oil industry indrelated subjects.

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Simonds Saw and Steel Co.8323 W. Addison St. (18)Four filmsinstructional on ma-chins tools.

Sinclair Refining Co.Att: Farm Sales165 N. Wacker Dr. (6)Six fi2ms-4ducationa2 on agricul-ture; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturers Agency1019 W. Jackson Blvd. (7)Five filmson sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restricted tosurrounding territory.

Southern Pacific Co.Public Relations Dept.810 S. Michigan Ave.Five filmsabout railroads.

A. G. Spalding & Bros., Inc.4850 N. Harlem Ave.Three films. on *ports; distributionrestricted.to geographical region.

Standard Oil Co. (Indiana)20 N. Water Dr. (6)Six filmson the oil industry andfarm machinery; distribution re-stricted to Northqrn Illinois.

State Director of Civil Defense57th and S. Shore Dr. (37)Approximately 85 films on civildefense; distribution restricted toIllinois

Stritch School of Medicine ofLoyola UniversityPhotography Dept.706 S. Wolcott Ave. (12)Eleven filmson medical subjects.

Swift and Co.Agricultural Research Dept.Union Stock Yards (9)Six filmsabout the matt in4iis.ktry: distribution primarily to agri-cultural audiences.

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Tandy Leather Co.182 N. WabashFour films on leatilercraft andcarving.

The Texas Co.332 S. Michigan Ave. (4)Approximately £0 films mostlyabout oil and the oil industry; afew agricultural subjects.

Dr. Philip Thorek26 E. Washington St. (2)Approximately 70 filmson medi-cal subjects; distribution to medicalpersonnel.

Trans-World Films, Inc.53 W. Jackson Blvd.Room 630, Monadnock Bldg. (4)Approximately 100 films doett-mentaries, shorts, foreign and U. S.features.

The Tuberculosis Institute ofChicago & Cook County1412 W. Washington Blvd. (7)Approximately 35 filmson tuber-mitosis and related subjects; dis-tritution restricted to Chicago andCook County.

Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc.207 E. Ohio St.Three filmson safety; distribtion restricted to the Middle West.

Unistrut Products Co.933 Washington Blvd. (7)One filmon the Unistrut metalframing system.

United Air LinesSchool and College Service36 S. Wabash Ave. (3)Eight filmson airplanes and airtravel.

U. S. Army EngineersChicago District476 Merchandise MartMerchandise Mart Plaza (64)One filmon the Illinois Water-way.

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U. S. Army EngineersNorth Central Division536 S. Clark St. (5)Fourteen filmson construction ofdams and activities of the Corps olEngineers.

S. Department of the ArmyCommanding Gvneral, Fifth ArmyAtt: Signal Officer1660 E. Hyde Park Blvd.Approximately 710 films--S50 pub-lic information and 460 trainingfilms; 4-distribution of all films re-stricted to Fifth Army area; dialtribution of 'training films re-stricted to educational institutionsat times when not in use by the

-Army.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division536 S. Clark St. (5)Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution reatricted to Illinois.

U. S. Marine CorpsDirector, Ninth Marine Corps Re-serve & Recruitment DistrictRoom 703, U. S. Court House225 S. Clark St. (4)Approximately 15 fil.. ..bout theMarine Corps; distribution re-stricted to geographical region.

United States Steel Corp.Public Relations Dept.Chicago Film Distribution Center208 S. La Salle St. (90)Approximately 25 filmsprima-rily on the manufacture and usesof steel.

United World Films, Inc.542 S. Dearborn St. (5)Approximately 8,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

United World Free Film Service2138 'Oth St.Approxitgately SO films--educa-tional .and informational, all spon-sored.

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University of ChicagoDepartment of EducationAudio-Visual Instructional Mate-rials CenterApproximately -WO filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to University ofChicago campus.

The\Upjohn Co.1001 E. 87th St. (19)Thirteen' films on medical andpharmaceutical subjects.

Vermiculite institute208 S. La Salle St. (4)Four films about vermiculite prod-ucts.

Walther LeagueLutheran Youth Bldg.875 N. Dearborn St. (10)Five filmsreligious; distributionrestricted to authorized churchgroups and affiliates.

Wairerly Motion Picture Service5707 S. Christiana Ave. (29)Apprprimately 150 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and relig-igUS.

World Wide Pictures216 E. Superior St. (11)Fifteen filmsreligious.Zonolite Co.Film Section105 S. La Salle St. (3)Two films about Zonolite prod-ucts.

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Cicero Public Schools, District 4*99Audio-Visual EducationApproximately 110 films educa-tional; distribution restricted toCicero elementary schools.

J, Sterling Morton High Schooland Junior CollegeApproximately 610 films--instruo-.tional; distribittion restricted toSchimi District #201.

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Danville Public Schoolsc/o Danville High SchoolApproximately 400 films class-room; distritrution restricted toDanville Public Schools.

DE KALB

Dt Kalb Agricultural Assn.Educational DivisionFive filmseducational.De Kalb Public SchoolsApproximatery 110 filmsinstruc-tional and informational; distribu-tion restricted to school district.Northern Illinois State CollegeAudio-Visual Service CenterApproximately 550 films educa-tional; distribution restricted tothe College and immediate com-munity.

DECATUR

Decatur Public SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately £90 films educa-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Decatur.Irwin Neisler and Co.One filmon medical teaching;distribution restricted to medicalpersonnel.

DES PLAINES

The Do ALL Co.Film Dept.254 N. Laurel Ave.Nine filmseducational and spon-gored.

EAST MOLINE

East Moline Public LibraryApproximately 150 films availableas a member of the Quad City-Scott Couney Libraries Film Co-operative informational, somesponsored, primarily for adults;distribution restricted to holdersofLibrary cards.

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Cahokia Comnonfields CommunityUnitRange & Jerome LaneApproximately /30 filmsinitrue-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to local chools.

East St. Louis Public SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 450 films class-room; distribution restricted toEast St. Louis Public Schools.

Midwest Rubber Reclaiming Co.P. 0. Box 744Three filmson rubber reclaimingprocessing.

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EFFINGHAM

Effingham County Film LibraryApproximately 100 filmainstruo-tional.

ELGIN

Elgin Public SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 120 ftintsinstnto-tional; distribution restricted toElgin area.

General Brotherhood BoardVisual Education Servic22 S. State St.Approximately 250 filmsall re-ligious.

EUREKA

Woodford County Film LibraryApproximately 00 Aimsall class-room; distribution restricted tomembers of Woodford County FilmLibrary.

EVANSTON

Community Consolidated SchoolDistrict No. 65Audio-Visual Education*proximately 160 films class-room; distribution restricted toDistrict No. 85 Public Schools.

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The Cradle2049 Ridge Ave.One filmon nursery techniques;distribution to medical and socialgroups:

John M. Dorsey, M.D.636 Church St.Two filmsmedical; distribution tomedical groups.

Evanston Public LibraryApproximately £75 films enter-tainment, informational, and spon-sored; distribution restricted tousers of Library cards; no mailservice.

Medical Audio-Visual Institute ofthe Association of AmericanMedical Colleges2530 Ridge Ave.Approrimately 130 filmsfor medi-cal eduoation.

Rust-OleumOne film informational, epon-cored.

Wyeth Laboratories8100 McCormick Blvd.A pproximately 15 filmson medi-cal subjects.

FREEPORT

Freeport Public SchoolsApproximately 250 films educa-tional; distribution restricted toStephenson County.

GALESBURG

Communtty Unit District No. 205Audio-Visual EducationApproximately 325 films class-room; distribution restricted toGalesburg Community School Dis-trict No. 105.

'GENEVA

Kane County Film LibraryApproximately 500 films class-room; distribution restricted toKane County schools.

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Woodland Community ConsolidatedSchoolR. R. #1, Box 126XApproximately 105 filmsinstruo-tional; distribution restricted tocooperative film library.

GREAT LAKES

U. S. Department of the NavyCommandant, Ninth Naval DistrictAtt: Asst. for Public InformationU. S. Naval Training CenterApproximately 885 films-115 pub-lit information and 660 trainingfilms; distribution of all films re.-stricted to Ninth Naval District;distribution of training films re-stricted to educational institutionsat times wken not in use by theNavy.

HARRISBURG

Harrisburg Public SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterApproximately 10 films educa-tional; distribution restricted toHarrisburg Public Schools.

HARVEY

Thornton Township High SchoolAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 150 films educa-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Thornton.a

HIGHLAND PARK

Highland Park Township HighSchoolAudio-Visual Dept.Approximately 125 fams---in4tnic-

JACKSONVILLE

Morgan County SchoolFilm LibraryApproximately $70 filmsroom; distribution restricted to

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JOLIET

American Institute of LaunderingDrawer 118/Two films on tite laundry industry.Joliet Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Dept.Approximately 175 films toctuoational; distribution restricted toJoliet Public Schools.

Jollz Township High School andJudd'. CollegeApproximatelyly 115 film*---instruo-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Joliet Townshipschools.

Will County Film LibraryApproximately 1615 famsinstruo-tional for classroom use.

KANKAKEE

The Armour LaborathriesP. 0. Box 511Five films medical, sponsored;distribution restricted to medicalgroups.

LA GRANGE

Association Films, Inc.661 Hillgrove tAve.Approximately 500 filmsenter-tainment features, educational,and industry sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Central $tates.La Grange Public SchoolsApproximately 125 films---instruo-tiona/; distribution restricted toSchool District #10$

LEMONT

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pproximately 80 filmson atomicenergy and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

LEWISTOWN

Fulton County Superintendent ofSchoolsFulton County Film LibraryApproximately 75 films--c lass-room ; distribution restricted toFulton County public qchoots,not including independent ruralschools.

MACOMB

McDonough County Film LibraryApproximately £70 films class-room; distribution restricted toMcDonough County public schools.

Western Illinois-UniversityAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 500 films -cla.ss-room; distribution restricted to theCollege campus and for studentteachers.

MARSHALL

Clark County Film LibraryApproximately 85 filmsinstruo-tional; distribution restricted toClark County schools.

MAYWOOD

Proviso Township High SchoolAudio-Visual tducationApproximately 550 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toTownship schools.

MOLINE

Moline Public LibraryApproximately 150 films availableas a member of the Quad City-Scott County Libraries Film Co-operative informational, somesponsored, primarily for adultgroups; distribution restricted toholders of Library cards.

Moline Public SchoolsA udio-Visual Dept.A pproxima te/y 825 films---instruo-tional; distribution restricted toMoline Public Schools and relatedorganizations.

MONMOUTH

Warren County Film LibraryApproximately £40 filmsprima-rily classroom; distnbution re-stricted to Wairen County publicschools.

MORRISON

Whiteside County Film LibraryApproxiMately 1f5 filmsrnstruo-tional; distribution restricted tocooperatiitg schools.

NORMAL

Illinois State Normal UniversityAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 650 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted tocertain areas in Illinois.

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Bartett Cravens Co.630 Du,ndee Rd.Owe film on the electronic driver-less tractor.

NORTH CHICAGO

Abbott Lal;oratoriesProfessional Servicepept.Twelve filmson teNtnical medicalsubjects; distribution restricted tothe medical profession.

OAK PARK

Oak Park-River Forest HighSchoolAudio-Visual Dept.East Ave. at OntarioApproximAtely E75 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toOak Park public schools.

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OREGON

Ogle County Film LibraryApproximately 100 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toOgle county elementary schools.

OTTAWA

La Salle County Film LibraryApproximately 75 fi/msp rima-rily classroom, several sponsored;distribution restricted to membersof County film library.

PARIS

Edgar County Film LibraryApproximately I 115 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toEdgar County schools.

PAXTON

Ford County Film LibraryA pproximately 150 filmseduca-tional and religious; distributionrestricted to schools.

PEORIA

. Bradley UniversityAudio-Visual CenterApproximately 60 filtr1.8--eduC41-tional; distribution restricted to

J. I. Case Co.840 Washington St. (2)Approximately 15 films informa-tional about agriculture; distribu-tion restricted to agricultural usersin geographical region.

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (8)Approximately 15 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and spon-sored; distribution through Cater-pillar Tractor Co. and it4 dealers.

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Illini Audio-Visual EducationService221 Main St.Approximately 700 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and relig-ious.

Keysthne Steel & Wire Co. =

Audio-Visual Dept.Fourteen filmseducational; dis-tribution restricted to schools,colleges, clubs, and associations.

Le Tourneau-Westinghouse Co.AdvertiSing Dept.Ten films--on sales promotion ofLe Tqurneau equipment.

New Life Films1223 W. WilcoxApproximately 100 filmsreligious.

Peoria Publk LibraryA pproxima f ely 600 filmseduca-tional, some relioious; distributionfree in Peoria, available within50-mile radius on membershipbasis.

Peoria Public SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 800 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion primardy restricted to PeoriaPublic Schools.

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The Venard Organization113 N. Madison Ave.Approximately ZOO filmsprima-rily agricultural.

PONTIAC

Livingston County Firm LibraryApproximately 250 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted tomembers of County film library.

QUINCY

Gardner-Denver Co.Film DivisionSix filmsinformational on blast-ing and drilling.

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Guadalupe FilmsQuincy CollegeApfiroximately 250 filmseduca-tional; distribution primarily tocooperating pafochial and countyschools of Ceptral Illinois.

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Quincy Public SchoolsAudio-Visual EducaiionApproximately 210 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted toQuincy public Schools.

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Public School District No. 41Audio-Visual EducationApproximately 500 filmsclass-room, some sponsored; distributionrestricted to public schools andcivic organizations in Rock Island.

*Rock Island \illubli,LibraryApproximatel 150 films availableas a member of the Quad City-Scott County Libraries Film Co-operative infoirmational, somesponsored, primarily for adultgroups; distrOution restricted toholders of LiOary cards.

ROCKFORD

Camera Craft114 W, State St.Approximately 350 Almsenter-tainment, informational and relig-ious.

Lundgren's Audio-Visual419 Seventh St. ts

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ROSELLE

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ST. CHARLES

Illinois Step Training School forBoysAudio-Visual LaboratoryApproximately '1500 filmsenter:.tainment shogts and instructional;distribution restricted to memberinstitutions within the IllinoisYouth Commission and the IllinoisDepartment of Public Welfare.

Poultry & Egli National BpardFilm Dept.19 S. Fifth St.Four filmson: poultry and eggs.

SKOKIE

College-Industry Corpmittee on Ma.terial Handling Education9116 Four Winds WayOne film on power industrialtruoks.

Gaines 'Sixteen *Films Co.5105 Mulford Si.Approximately 1,000 filmeenter-tainment, educational, and relig-

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Niles Township Film LibraryPublic Schools,Approximately .176 films---4nstruc-tional for classroom use; distribu-tiotkrestricted to Niles Townshippublic schools.

Orchard 4,chool8600 :Gross Point Rd.Ttgo filmseducational on retarded

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Bureau of Health Education505 State Office Bldg.Approiirnatety 1,000 films onhealth and medical trubjects; dis-triblition restricted to- Illinois.

Illinois Departmental InfornfationServiceFilm Library406 State CapitolApproximate41 60 films aboutIllinois available for natiowa dis-4tribution; others on civilian de-fense restricted to Illinois.

Illinois State LibraryFilm Service301 Centennial Bldg.Approximately 50 filmsinformational for children; distributionprimarily restricted to Illinois.

Illinois State Museum Ahnex233 W, Monroe St.Approximately 265 filmseduca-tional.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis,424 E. Lawrence Ave.Eight films informational andeducational about pblio.

O'Hair- Film Service1443 N. Third St.Approximately 4'00 filmst-enter-tainment, informational, religious,and sponsored.Springfield Public SchoolsApproximately 500 \filmsinstruc-tionalf distribution4* restricted to'Springfield Public Schools.

University ofDivision of Services for CripSedChildren1105 S. Sixth St.Two filmson services for crippledchildren.

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Streator Elementary SchoolsApproximately 65 filmsenter-tainment, instructional, and spon-sored; distribution restricted toschools in District No. 45.

SULLIVAN

Moultrie County Film LibraryApproximately 85 filmsinstruc-tiona7; distribution- restricted toMoultrie County.

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Christian County Film LibraryApproximately 265 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Christian County.

TUSCOLA

a Douglas County Film LibraryApproximately 50 filmseduca-tionat; distribution restricted toDouglas County.

URBANA

Fletcher Visual Education Service218 W. Main St.Approximately 160 filmsenter-tainment shorts, informational, andreligious; distribution restrictedto Illinois,

Illinois Natural. History189 Natural Resources Bldg.One fameinformational on water-fowl resparch.

Shick Film Service404 N. Goodwin Ave.ApprOxitrately 550 filmsenter-tainnitnt shorts, educational, andsponsored.

VANDALIAft

Vandatia Community UnitApproximately 75 filmsittstruc-tional for classroom use; distribu-tion rest;icted to Fayette County.

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Iroquois County Film LibraryApproximately 185 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to school members ofCounty film library.

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Waukegan Public SchoolsApproximately 320 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted tolocal schools and community:Waukegan Township SecondarySchoolsVocational and Visual EducationApplIoximately 320 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toWaukegan public schools.

WHEATON

Audio-Visual Institute of MI PageCounty Bldg.Approximately 625 filmseduca-tioual; distribution restricted tomembers of cooperative film li-brary.

C. 0. Baptista FilmsSunnyside Ave.Approximately 150 Xitsall re-tigious.

Scripture Press1825 College Ave. (5)Apprqximately 120 films relig-ious.

Wheaton CollegeAudio-Visual Instruction'Approtimately 125 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to the College andlocal area.

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.Gospel 'trumpet Co.Approximately 500 filmsenter-taintnent shorts, religious, andsome educational.

Wheaton ElementaiY SchoolsAudio-Visual Dept.Approximately 60 filmsall class-.

room; distribution restricted toWheaton Elementary Schools andcommunity organizations.

LMETTE

Encyclopaedia Britannica Films,Inc.Regional Office1144 Wilmette Ave.Approiimately 800 filmseduca-tional, primarily classroom; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Films, Inc.1144 Wilmette Ave.Approximately 1,600 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and relig-ious.

WINNETKA

New Trier Township High SchoolAudio-Visual Dept.Approximately 200 filmson ath-letics; distribution restricted toNew Trier Township..

WOODSTOCK'

McHenry' County Film LibraryApproximately 200 filmsinstruc-tional for classroom use; distribu-tion restsyted to Library membersin McHenry County.

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Living Word FilmsFive filmsreligious.

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BERNE

Berne Public LibraryEleven films in permanent collec-tion and six films monthly throughthe Indiana Library Film dircuit-Linformational, primarily for adults.

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Bloomington Metropolitan SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationRoom 208, High School Bldg.Approximately 30 filmseduca-tional; distribution 'restricted toBloomington city schools.

Indiana UniversityAudio-Visual CentgrApproximately 8,000 filmsoducav.tional and sponsored.

NET Film ServiceAudio-Visual CenterIndiana UniversityApproximately ,780 filmseduca-tional and historical.

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Bluffton City SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationPublic LibraryApproximately 130 filmsinstruc-tional for classroom use; distribu-tion restricted to Wells County.

Bluffton-Wells County PublicLibraryApproximately 130 films plus sixfilms monthly through the IndianaLibrary Film Circuit informa-tional, primarily for adults.

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COLUMBUS

Columbus-Bartholomew CountyLibraryApproximately 45 filmsenter-tainment, Tducational and relig-ious; .distribution restricted toBartholomew County.

CONNERSVILLE

Fayette County Public SchoolsApproximately 50 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted to

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CRAWFORDSVILLE

Crawfordsville Public LibraryTwelve films 'monthly through theIndiana Library Film Cireuiten-tertainment,. educational, and re-ligicus; distribution restricted totax area.

CROWN POINT

Lake County Public SchoolsApproximately 175 films-43clucational, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Lake CountyPublic School

CULVER

Culver Military AcademyFour films -- informational aboutCulver Military Academy.

DANVILLE

Hendricks County, SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationCourt HouseApproximately 165 filmseducational; distribution restricted toHendrieks county -public schools.

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Carroll County Public SchoolsApproximately 160 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toCarroll County.

EAST CHICAGO

East Chicago Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Instruction4819 MagounApproximately 250 filmsinstruc-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to East ChicagoPublic Schools.

Public LibraryApproximately 35 filmsenter-tainment shorts and informational;distribution restricted to EastChicago. P

ELKHART

Chriltian Rural Overseas IrogramNational Office117 W. Lexington Aye.Four filmseducational, religious,and sponsored.

C. G. Conn Ltd.Conh Band Instrument DivisionTwo famson band instrumentsand the organ.

'Elkhart gpinegie Putic LibraryApproxigis-tely 25 films plus 10monthly through Indiana, LibraryFilm Circuitinformational; dis-tribution restricted to Elkhart.Elkhart $chool, CityAudioNisial Education'228 W. Franklin St.Approximately 400- filmseiluca-tional; distribution restricted tocity schools and civic groups inElkhart.

EVANSVILLE

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Evansville Public Library (8)Approximately 150 filmsinstruo-.tional and informational, somesponsored; distribution primarilyrestricted to Evansville and Van-derburgh County.

& Butterfieldv305-7 Main St. (2)

Approximately 60 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and relig-ious.

VanArburgh County Schools4_ Audio-Visual Education

301 Court House Annex (8)Approximately 420 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and spon-sored; distribution restricted toCounty public schools and school-affiliated organizations.

PORT WAYNE

Allen County SchoolsCourt HouseApproximately 150 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toAllen County public schools.

Fort Wayne Community SchoolsAudio-Visual EdizcationPublic School Administration Bldg.Approximately 500 filmseduca-tion omeal sponsored; distrait-e;vstion restricted to Fort Wayne

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FRANKFORT

Clinton County SchoolsApproximately 170 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toClinton County public _schools.

C6mmunity pchools of Frankfort10 N. Coluinbia St.Approximately 95 filmseducd-tional; distribution restricted toFrankfort public schools.

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Gary Public LibraryFifth Ave. at Adams St.Approximately 460 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to holders of Librarycards; no mail, service.

Gary Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Education620 E. Tekh P1.Approximately 700 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toGary Public Schools and affiliatedgroups.

GOSHEN

Goshen CollegeTen films educational; distribu-tion primarily to Goshen College.

Goshen Public leibraryNine films or more monthlythrough the Indiana, Library Filmcircuit informational, prim.arifefor adults:

GREEN CASTLE

Putnam County SchoolsApproximately 150 filmsedues-tional; distribution restricted toPutnam County public schools.

GREENSBURG

Decatur County .Publit, SchoolsThirty, films educational; dis-tribution restricted to DecaturChatty schools.

HAG,ERSTOWN

# Perfect Circle Corp.School Assistance Dept.Two WittisT-4nstructional far automechanics classes.

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Hammond Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Center5936 Hohman Ave.Approximately SOO filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toHammond and surrounding corn-munities.

HUNTINGtON

Huntington County SchoplsAudio-Visual Educationk205 Court HouseApproximately 140 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toschool, college, and church groupsin Huntington County.

Huntington Laboratories, Inc.Two films informational foradults.

School City of HuntingtonAudi6-Visual Cenier'Approximately 150 films-41488-room, Ette sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Huntington pub-.-lie schools and communal/.

INDIANAPOLIS

'American Cancer *clayIndiana Diyision325 Board of Trade Bldg. *(4)Approximately 55 filmsoit cancerand cancer. prvention for layaudiences; twentyrsix fil.tne onvarious aspects of cancer for tied-ioal groups; distribution restrictedto Indiana.

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The American LegionPublieRelations Division (6)Approximately 140 films----eintor-ittainment and e4uaistiolusi; distribu-tion primarily to American Legionposts, auxiliary units, and schools.

Anti-Defamition League of B'usiB'rit4Indiana Regional Office108 E. Wuhingain St. (4)Approximately 'b U filma-gmedues.

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tionai and religious, primarily onintercultural _understanding dis-tribution restricted to geo-aphi-cal region.

Berean Gospel Distributors, Inc.715 E. Thirteenth St. (2)Two fantsreligious; distributionrestricted to schools, colleges, andchurches.

J. I. Case Co.1601 S. Madison Ave. (2)Approximately 15 filmsinforma-tional about agriculture; distribu-tion restricted to agricultural usersin geographical region.

M. A. Hutcheson222 E. Michigan St.Three filmseducational.Indiana Bell Telephone Co.240 N. Meridian St. (9)Approximately 75, filmsinforma-tional and public relations ; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

Indiana Farm Bureau Co-op Assn.47 S. Pennsylvania St. (9)Aproximately 110 filmsenter-tainment and educational; distri-bution restricted to Indiana.

Indiana Jewish Community Rela-tions.Council615 N. Alabama St. (4) ,

APProximately 40 .filmsbduca-tional and religious, prima?* onintercultural understanding ; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Indiana State Board bf HealthDivision of Health and PhysicalEthication

,1380 -W. Michigan, St. (7)oximately 550 films on

ealth and 'medical subjects; dis-ribution restricted to Indiana.

dispa. State Library (4)Approximately di films onbrary science; distribution re-strscted to Indi.ana.

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Indianapolis Public Library (4)Approximately 200 filmsinforma-tional; distribution restricted toIndianapolis.

Indianapolis Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Education1644 Roosevelt Ave.Approximately 1,350 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toIndiana\polis Public Schools.

Marion County Public Schools148 E. Market St.

,Approximately 480 filmseduca-'4 tional distribution restricted to

Marion County Public Schools.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.,102 E. Vermont St.(4)Approximately 800 filmseduca-tional and informational, all span-Bored films; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

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National Association of Mutual Inpsurance Cds.2105 N. Meridian St.One fame---on, Mutual Insurance.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis445 N. Pennsylvania Ave.Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

Ransburg-Electr?-Coating Corp.P. 0. Box 7822 t7)One film on electrostatic spraypainting.

ieHigious Film Libraries222 S. Downey Ave. (7)Approximately 300 filmsenter-tainment thorts, educational, and

Shoemaktr Motion Picture Co.843 N. Capitol /Approximately 4,000 filmsenter-tainmeitt, eduoational, religious,and Tared.

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Standard Oil Co. (Indiana)137 W. Eleventh St. (6)Six filmson the oilaindujottry andfarm machinery; distributior, re2stricted to Indiana.

State Director' of Civil Defense777 N. Meridian St.Approximately 20 filmson civildefense; distribution restrictied toIndiana. .`

State of IndianaSection on Alcoholism145 W. Washington St. (4)Approximately 15 filmseduca-tional on alcoholism; distributionrestrkted to Indiana.

.Tandy Leather Co.321 E. WashingtonFour films on leathercraft anticarving.,

The Texas Co.P. 0, Box 5268 (1) i \Approximatqy tO mostkabout oil and the oilkaindustry, afew agricultural eubjeTts..

U. SO Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division36 S. Pennsylvania St. (4) 6/Sevinteeit filmsaboui the UnitedStates and Savings Bondsj distri-bution restricted to Indiana.

KENDALLVILLE

Kendallville Public LibraryThirteen films monthly through theIndiana and Cariadiait LibraryFilm Circuits informational pri-marily for adulti.

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Itokomo-Centir Townshjp Consoli-dated School Corp.Audio-Visual Education Dept.Kokomo High SchoolApproximately 160 filmseduca-tional; distribution restrioted toKokomo School Dietricts.

LA POPE

La Porte County SchoolsApproximsteli 90 filmseduca.tionat distribution restricted toLa Porte County public schools.

LAFAYETTE

Purdue UniversityFilm LibraryAppyoximately 1,450 filmsenter-tainmeitt shirts, educational, andsponsored.

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Cass County SchoolsApproximately 85 filmseduca-tional; distribution _yestricted toechools.

Loganspori Public LibraryTen films monthly through theIndiana Library ram' Circuit-4A7formatincdo pritnaHly for adults.

MARION

Grpt County Schools4proximately 90 filme---eduta-tiondi; distribution restricted tof.Grant County public schools.

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Metropolitan School District ofMartinsvilleApproximately 100 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toMetropolitan School District.

MICHIGAN CITY

Michigan City Public SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationDetroit and Spring Sts.Approximately 220 filmseduca-tional; distribtition restricted toLa Porte County.

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Mishawaka Public LibraryEleven films monthly through titleIndiana Likrary Film Circuiten,-tertainment and informational;distribution re ricted to tax area.

MUNCIE

Ball state Teachers CollegeLibraryApproximately 100 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Indiana.

Muncie Public LibraryApproximately 210 filmsenter-tainment and educational, somesponsored; distribution restrictedto Delaware County schools and toLibrary card holders of Muncie andCenter Township.

NEW ALBANY

New Albany-Floyd County PublicSchoolsAudio-Visual Education810 E. Market St.Approxittiately 800 fit I. 'lass-room and entertainment shorts;distribution restricted to NewAlbany-Floyd Countieehools.

NEW CASTLE

New Castle-Henry County PublicLibraryApproximately 140 films--educa-tional and religious; distributionrestricted to Henry County.

New Castle-Henry TownshipSchool Corp.Audio-Visual EducationSenior High SchoolApproximately 150 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted to..Henry County.

NOBLESVILLE

Hamilton County Schools"Approximately 35 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toHamiltoilCountyi

PLYKdOUTH

MarAball County SchoolsCourt HouseAp imately 150 filmseduca-tiona tstribution restricted toMarsh' ounty liublic schools.

Plymouth City SchoolsAudio-Visual EducationSchool Administration Bldg.Approximately 150 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted tcrMarshall County.

RENSSELAER

Jasper County SchoolsCourt House

iApproximately 190 filmseduca-tiona 1; distributiont restricted toJasper County.

RICHMOND

School City of RichmondAudio-Visual Education127 N. Tenth St. #.

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ROCKPORT

Spencer County SchoolsApproximately 60 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toSpencer County public schools.

SCOITSBU R6

Scott County Public LibrarySix films monthly through the Indi-ana' Library Film Circuitinfor-

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SEYMOUR

Seymour Public LibraryThirteen films monthly through theIndiana and Canadian LibraryFilm Circuitsinformational, pri-marily for adults.

SOUTH BEND

Burke's Motion Picture co.434 Liwoln Way, W. (1)Approximately 400 lamsdottier-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored; distribution re-stricteci to Indiana and SouthernMichigan.

National Conference of, Christiansand Jews128 Franklin Pl. (1)Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding; diartribution restricted to geographicalregion.

O'grie4 Corp. (1)Seven films educational, span-'Bored.

South Bend' Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Education620 W. Washington Aire.Approximately 100 filmseduca-tional; diktribution restricted toSouth Boit( Public Schools.

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South Bend Ladle Works426 E. Madison St. (22)Three filmson the operation ofa metalworking lathe.

TURE HAUTE

PairbanksEmeline MemorialLibraryNine films monthly through theIndiana Library Film Circuit plusseveral Library owned filmsin-formatioliai, primarily for adults;no mail service.

Indiana State Teachers CollegeAudio-Visual CenterApproximately 800 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored. IFUPLAND

Taylor UniversityOne film on the life of SammyMorris.

VALPARAISO

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WABASH-

Dennis Film Bureau, Inc.29 E. Maple St.Approximately, 1,500 flirtsenter-

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WARSAW

Kosciiisko County SchoolsAudjo-Visual EducationCourt'llouse,Approzifkately 4.600 fational; distribution prima y re-stricted to Warsaw and otkitrKosciusko County pu6tie schools.

WI NAMAG.

Pulaski County SchoolsCourt HouseApproximately 210 fams--eduee-tional; distribution ,restricied toPulaski County and Winamacschools and community 'victims.

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Iowa State CollegeVisual Instruction ServiceAppiTximately 3,500 filmseduceb-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Iowa and neighboringStates.

BETTENDORF

J. I. Case Co.2215 State St.Approximately 15 'filmsinforma-tional about agriculture; distribu-tion restricted to agricultural useritin geographical region.

BOONE

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sports; distribution restricted tomember high schools in Iowa.

CEDAR RAPIDS

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.701 Third Ave., SE.Approximately 600 filmseduca-tioAl and informational, all spon.sored films; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Pratt Sound Films, Inc.701 Third Ave., SE.Approximately 1,200 filmsenter.tainment, educational, religious,anti sponsored; distribution re-stricted to Iowa.DAVENPORT

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Davenport Public LibraryApproximately 150 films availableas a memb'br of the Quad City-Scott County Libraries Film Co-operative informational;' somesponsored, primarily for adultgroups; disfflibution restricted toresidents of Davenport.

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Tandy Leather Co.317 W. Third St.Apur films on ieathercraft andcarving.

DES MOINES

J. I. Case Co.4 W. Eighth St. (9) 2.14k

Approximately 15 filmsinforma-tional about agriculture; distribu-tion restricted to agricultural usersin geographical region.

Des Moines Public Schools629 Third St. (9)Approximately 2,000 films class-room; distribution restricted toDes Moines Public Schools.

Des Moines Public SchoolsDepartment of Adult Education219 Keosauqua WayApproximately 700 filthSprimar-ilv discussion films, some enter-tainment features; distributionprimarily restricted to adultgroups -in Des Moines; no mailiervice.

Hy-Line Poultry Farms1206 Mulberry St.One filmon chicken breeding.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.1108 High St.Approximately 6,000 PMenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Iowa Heart Assn.2124 Grand Ave. (12)Fourteen filmson the heart andrelated subjects; distribution re-stricted to I oiva.

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Iowa State Department of PublicSafetySafety Education DivisionState Office Bldg. (19)Approximately 90 filmson safety;distribution restricted to Iowa.

Iowa Tuberculosis and !lathAssn.2124 Grand Ave. (12)Approximately f5 films- on tuber-culosis and related subjects.; freedistribution restricted to Iowa.

Midwest Visual Education Service1108 High St.Approximately 600 films enter.tainment, educational, and spon-sored.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews300 Empire Bldg. (9)Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

National Foupdation for InfantileParalysis401 Shops Bldg.Eighth & Walnut Sts.Eight films informational andeducational about )polio.

Northwestern Bell Telephone Co.9,09 High St: (9)Approximately 75 filmsinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local tAphone com-pany offices.

Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co.1206 Mulberry St. (9)One filmf--don corn

Standard Oil C0,04 (Indiana)600 Third St. (3)Six films-4--on the oil industry and

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State Director of Civil DefenseState Office and Laboratory Bldg.E. Seventh & Court Sts.Approximately 20 filmson civildefense; distribution restricted toIowa.

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U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState Office505 N. Sixth Ave.Approximately 25 filmson soiland water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to Iowa.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division /**

325Old Federal Bldg.Fifth and Court Ayes. (9)Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-*titian restricted to Iowa.

DUBUQUE

Wm. C. Brown Co.135 S. Locust St.Two filmsinstructional on workmeasurement and time study.

Dubuque ArchdioceseParochial SchoolsEleventh and Bluff Sts.Approximately 30 films educa-tional and religious; attributionrestrioted to Archdiocese ofDubuque.

*Dubuque Board of EducationCooperative School Film LibraryApproximately 500 ft/maprimar-ily classroom, a few sponsored;distribution restricted to Dubuqueschools.

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FORT bODGE

Fort Dodge Public SchoolsApproximately LSO films--instruo-tioza I ; distribution restricted toFort Dodge Public Schools.

IOWA CITY

Stato University of IowaExtension DivisionBureau of Audio-VisualInstruction (4)A ppro rim] tely 2,000 filmseduca.-tional, some religious; distributionrestricted primarily to Iowa.

MASON CITY

American Oancer SocietyIowa Division, Inc,117% N. Federal Ave.Approximately £5 filmsprimarilyon oancer and cancer prevention;distribUtion restricted to Iowa.

Mason City Public SchoolsApproximately VS filmsinetruo-tional; distribution restricted toMason City Public Schools.

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NEWTON

The Maytag Co.Film Distribution SupervisorOne filmsponsored.

OSKALOOSA

Oskaloosa Public SchoolsA pproJima tell/ 45 films Mutional; distribution restricted toOskaloosa.

OTTUMWA.. ,

Ottumwa Public SchoolsApproximately 180 films class-room; distribution re ricted toOttumwa School Distri

SIOUX CITY

Sioux City Public SchoolsDepartment of Visual Education

- 1010 Iowa St.Approximately f00 films eduea-tionat; distribution restricted toSipux City.

WATERLOO

Classroom Films Cooperative316 S. BarclayAPproximately 700 filmsprimar-ily instructional; distribution re-stricted to schools and groups inNortheast Iowa.

WAVERLY

Wartburg Film Service, Inc.Wartburg CollegeApproximately 225 fihnsprimar-ily religious.

Kansas

Harper County Film LibraryOffice of County SuperintendentApproximately 135 famsprimar-ily for classroept use; distributionrestricted to Harper County.

DODGE CITY

Southwest Photo Supply308 Vig ChestnutApproximately 40 ftimsentertain-ment and informational.

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Kansas State Teachers CollegeA pproxima te/y 475 filmsprimar-ily classroom.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysisKansas Power and Light Bldg.10kW. Sixth Sty,:

films informational andeducational about polio.

HAYS

Fort Hays Kansas State CollegeApproximately 300 films educa-tional; distribution primarily re-stricted to Western Kansas.

HUTCHINSON

Carey Salt Co.Advertising Dept .

Poplar and B Sts.One filmabout saltdistributed to PacificNew York area.

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Ijutchinson Public SchoolsApproxiihately 375 films educa-tional; distribution restricted toHutchinson Public Schools.

Don E. Reger Film Library404% E. Fifth St.P. 0. Box 864Approximately 175' films enter-

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JUNCTION CITY '

Junction City Public SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterApproximately 35 laths educa-tional; distribution restricted toJunction City Public Schools.

KANSAS COT'

Kansas City Public SchoolsApproximaVy 830 famsinstruo-tional; distribution restricted toKansas City PuNic Sch9ois.

LAWRENCE

University of KansasBureau of Visual InstructionApproximately £,000 filmseduca-tional, religious, and sponsored.

LEAVENWORTH

Leavenworth Public SchoolsApproximately 110 films class-room; distribution restricted toLeavenworth schools and PTAgroups.

MANHATTAN

Kansas State CollegeExtension Service

%proximately 1f5 films informa-tl al; distribution primarily toKansas extension agents.

MEDICINE LODGE

Barber County SchoolsApproximately 150 filmzprimar-ily instructional; distribution re-e t ric t ed to Barber County Schoolsandavic organizations.

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Newton Public SchoolsA pproxinuitely 70 filmsclass-room; distribution restrifted tulocal community.

PITTSBURGH

Kansas State Teachers CollegeAudio-Visual CenterApproximately 600 filmseduca-tional; for campus use only.

PRATT

Pratt County SchoolsApproximately 160 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toPratt County Schools.

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Leffingwell's, Inc.210 S. Santa FeApproximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and relig-ious.

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United World Free Film Service21p S. Santa Fe Ave.Approximately 20 filmseduca-tional and informational, all spon-sored.

TOPEKA

American Cancer Society, Inc.Kansas Division824 Tyler St.Approximately 35 films prima-rily qn cancer and cancer preven..tion; distnibution restricted toKansas.

Kansas State Board of HealthApproximately 600 films onhealth subjects; distribution re-stricted to Kansas.

Kansas state High School Activi-ties Assn.1300 Topeka Blia.Approximately 25 filmson sports;distribution restricted to memberhigh schools in Kansas.

The Kansas Tuberculosis andHealth Apsn.1134 Topeka Ave.Approximately 20 filmson tuber-culosis al;c1 related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Kansas.

Santa Fe Film Bureau512 Santa Fe General Office Pldg.Approximately 20 filmstravelogs,railroad industry, and SouthwestIndian films.

Steve Smith Cameras, Inc.623 Kansas Ave.Approximately SOO filmsenter-tainment shorts and features.-40

South*estern Bell Telephone Co.823 Quincy St.Approximately 75 filmsinform-tional and public relations r requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

State Director of Civil DefenseState Office Bldg.Approximately 20 filmson civildefense; distribution restricted toKansas.

Topeka Public LibraryApproximately 300 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and relig-ious; distribution restricted togroiips in Topeka.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Ronda thvision305 Federal Bldg.Fifth and Kansas Ave..Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-ation restricted to Kansas.

VICHITA

Frank Bangs Co.233 Ida (7)Approximately 625 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious;distributiOn restricted to Kansas;

Baptist Book Store231 N. Main St.Box1954 (1)Approximately 150 filmsprima-rily religious; distribution re-stricted to Kansas.

Beech Aircraft Corp.Engineering Dept.9709 E. Central (1)One film on airplane safetyharness.

Continental Trailways Bus SystemTraffic Dept.Broadway and EnglishNine films travelogs on theUnited States and Mexico.

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Farm Credit District of WichitaDouglas Ave. at Main- S. (2)Approximately 15 filmson farmcredit and cooperatives; distribu-tion restricted to States in FarmCredit District.Lewis Film Service1425 E. CentralApproximately 1,000 filmsenter-taiment,. educational, and.- relig-ious.

Nationa\Conference of Chrinsand Jews309 Derbi Bldg. 6

Approximately 15 films-Lon racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregidn.

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Wichita Public SchoolsCenter tor Audio-Visual Education428 S. liroadwayApproximately 2,100 filmsprima-rily educational, a few religiousand sponsored; distribution re-stricted to Wichita Public Schools.

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ASHLAND

Ashland Indepenant SchoolsApproximately 100 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toAshland public, school system.

COVNGTON

Villa Madonna CollegeFilm Library116 E. Twelfth St.Approximately 225 filmseduca-tional, religious, and sponsored.

FRANKFORT

Kentucky Department of PublicRelationsOne filmtravelog about Kentucky.

State Director of Civil DefenseApproximately 20 films on civildefense; distribution restricted toKentucky.

HOPKINSVI LLE

Hopkinsville Independent SchoolsApproximately 15 fiimeinstruo-tional; distribution restricted toiight local schools.

LEXI NGTON

D. T. Davis Co.178 Walnut St.Approximately 1,000, filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored; distribution re-stricted to Kentucky, Tennessee,and Ohio.

LOUISVILLE

American Air Filter Co., Inc.Herman Nelson Unit VentilatorProductsFilm Coordinator215 Central Ave. (8)One filmaeducational on modernschool planning.

Ametican Cancer Society, Inc.,Kentucky Division1169 Eastern Pkwy.Medical Arts Bldg. (17)Approximately 70 /Urnsprimarilyon cancer and cancer prevention;distribution restricted to Kentucky.Baptist Book Store817 Guthrie St. (2)Approximately $50 filMsprimaraily tvligious ; distribution restrictedto Kentucky.

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Brówn-Forman Distillers Corp.Box 1080 (1)Five filmseducational.

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D. T. Davis Co. of Louisville, Inc.1341 Bardstown Rd. (4)Approximately 315 films enter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Farm Credit District of Louisville224 E. Broadway (1)Approximately 15 filmson farmcredit and cooperatives; distribu-tion restricted to Ohio, Indiana,Kentucky, and Tennessee.

%Hadden Fi1ms, Inc.422 W. Liberty St. (2)Approximately 800 films enter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored; distribution re-stricted to Midwestern and South-ern States.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.422 W. Liberty St. (2)Approximately 8,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,tind speritsóred.

Jefferson County Public SchoolsFilm Library618 W, Jefferson St. (2)Approximately 470 films *dues-tional; distribution restricted toJefferson County Public Schoolsand PTA groups.

Kent Lane.Films, Inc.1253 S. Third St. (3)Twelve films informational andsponsors* .

Kentucky State Departmentof HealthDivision of Health Education620 S. Third St. 4(2)Approximately \700 films onhealth subjects; distribution re-stricted to Kentucky *rough localhealth &mortise*.

Kentucky Tuberculosis Asa&1480 8. Third St. (2)Approximately 25 filmo---on tuber-

culosis and rektted subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Kentucky.

Louisville Free Public. LibraryAudio-Visual Dept,Approximately 1,200 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toJefferson County.

National Confeience of Christiansand Jews703 Republic Bldg.Apmximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding ; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis436438 Francis Bldg.Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

NationarFilm Service422 W. Breckenridge Ave. (3)Approximately 200 films enter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Office Equipment Co., Inc.117 S. Fourth St.Approximately 265 films enter-tainment, educational, and religiousshorts; distribution restricted toKentucky and Southern Indiana.

Reynolds Metals Co.Advertising Dept.2600 S. Thirdk St. (1)Fifteen fameon the manufactureand uses of aiuminum.

Southern Bell Telephone andTelegraph Co.534 Armory Pl.Approximately 75 iihnsinforma-,

tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

Tandy Leather Co.214 $. Third St,Four films on Watercraft andcarving.

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dSeventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savineit Bonds; distrib-ution restricted to Kentucky.

University of LouisvilleApproximately 70 filmsinstntc-tional; distribution restricted toclasses at the University.

University of LouisvilleSchool of MedicineDepartment of Visual Education323 E. Chestnut St. (2)Approximately 15 filmsoncal subjects; distribution restrictedto medical schools and colleges.

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Middlesborough Public SchoolsFifteen filmsclassroom; distribu-tion restricted to school system.

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ALEXANDRIA

Approximately 80 filmsprimarilyreligious; distribution res4ricted toDaviess and McLean Counties.

Owensboro Independent SchoolsSixty-five flint. classroom; di,:tribution restricted to Owensboropublic schools.

PADUCAH

Paducah Independent SchoolsApproximately 85 films ciao-room; distribution restricted' toPaducah public schools. 'IC

PIKEVILLE

Pike County SchoolsSixty filmsprimarily classroom;distribution restricted to PikeCounty Schoots and local groups.

RICHMOND

Eastern Kentucky State CollegeApproximately SSO films = educa-tional; distribution restricted toschool members of cooperative filmlibrary.

Louisiana

Et4tptist Book Store534 Jackson St.Approximately 175 films---primar-ily religious; distribution restrictedto Louisiana.

Continental Trailways Bus SystemTraffic Dept.425 Bolton Ave.Nine films travelogs on theUnited States and Mexico.

Rapides Parish School Board OfficeP. O. Bo220Approxiontitsly Id0 ilimprimar.ily educcilibnal; distribution re-*triadic!' to the schoo4 of Rapid.*Pariiks

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U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState Office1517 Sixth St.Approximately 15 rains on soiland water conservation; citstribu-tion restricted to Louisiana.

BATON ROUGE

East Baton Rouge Parish SchoolsMaterials Bureau6008 Choctaw Dr. (5)Approximately 150 filmeinstruo-Urinal; distribution restricted toEast Baton Rouge Parish publioschools.

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Louisiana State Department ofPublic We 1faYeState Welfare Bldg.P. 0. Box 4065Approximately 20 films on blind-ness:family life, and child develop-ment.

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Louisiana State LibraryFilm ServiceApproximately 300 films educa-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Louisiana.

Louisiana State UniversityAgricultural Extension ServiceApproximately 195 films educa-tional and sponsored.

State of LouisianaDepartment Ef HospitalsMental Heal& ServicesState Capitol Bldg.Approximately 65 filmson men-tal hygiene, and seven on alcohol-ism; distribution restricted toLouisiana.

HAMMOND

Louisiana High School AthleticAssn.408 E. Thomas St.Approximately 10 filmson sports;distribution restricted to ritemberhigh schools of Louisiana.

Southeastern Louisiana CollegeFilm LibraryApproximately 1,825 filmsenter-tainmlnt, educational, and spon-sored; distribution restricted toLouisiaita.

HOUMA

Terrebonne Parish School BoardAudio-Visual Aids LibraryApproximately 185 filmsinstrito-Nowa; distribution restricted toTerrebonne Parish.

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Lafayette Parish School BoardAudio-Visual Aids LibraryApproximately 185 famsinstnto-tional; distribution restricted toLafayette Parish public schook.

Southwestern liouisiana InstituthFilm LibraryApproxinuttely 1,800 filniseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Louisiana.

NATCHIToCHES

Northwestern State CollegeFilm LibraryApproximately 1,500 filtnaeduza-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Louisiana.

NEW ORLEANS

American Cancer SocietyLouisiana Diirision, Inc.822 Perdido St.Approximately ISO fihnsprimarilyon cancer and cancer prevention;distribution restricted to Louisiana.

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American Petrioleum InstituteWhitney National Bank Bldg.Eleven filmson og and the oilindustry. \

Anti-Defamation League of }ThaiB'rith Nib

New Orleans Regional Office606 Common St. (12)Approximately 25 filmeduca-tional and religious, primarily onintercultural understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

Baptist Book Store4141 Providence PI.Box 8254 (22)Approximately 275 filmsprim&rily religious; distribution re-stricted to New Orleans region.

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Delta Line1300 flieftia Bank Bldg. (9)One travelog of a cruisefrom OW Orleans to Buenos Aires.

Delta Visual Service, Inc.,815 Poydras St. (12)Approximately 2,000 filmsenter-tainment, religious and sponiored.

Farm' Credit District of NewOrleans860 St.. Charles St. (7)Approximately 15 filmson farmcredit and cooperatives; distribu-tion restricted to States in FarmCredit District.

Gulf Oil Corp.V. 0. Box 400 (1)Twenty famsptimarily travelogs.

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Ideal Pictures, Inc.1520 Terpsichore (13)Approximately 6,000 filmsent4r-tainment, educational, religiousand sponsored.

Dr. Lyon K. Loomis116 S. Jefferson liavis Pkwy.Three fihitsmedical.

Louisiana Civil Defense AgencyTraining and EducatiOn OfficeBldg. 309-4 Area BJackson BarracksApproximately 70 filmson civildefense; distribution restricted toLouisiana.

Louisiana State Department ofHealthDivision of Public Health Edu-cation1436 Dryacies St. (7)Approximately 500 filmshealth subjects; distribution re-stricted to Louisiana.

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Louisiana Tuberculósis. Assn.1133 Thalia St.ApproximAtely 15 filmson tuber-culosis and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Louisiana.

Mayer's Motion Picture Service1608 St. Charles Ave. (13)Approximately 2,000 filmsenter-tainment shorts and features, edu;'cational and religious.

Milton L. McCall, M.D.Department of Obstetrics sandGynecologyL. S. U. School of Medicine1542 Tulane Ave. (12)Two fllms-7medical.

Mahorner Clinic2030 St. Charles Ave.Three filmson medical subjects.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc. . .

815 Poydras (12)Approx'mately 600 filmseduca-tional 4nd informational, all spon-sored tUrns; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews610 International Bldg. (12)Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis804 Maritime Bldg.203 Carondelet St. (12)Eight films informational and L.--educational about polio.

Alton Ochsner Medical Foundation3503 Prytania Si.Approximately 30 filmson medi-cal subjects for medical personnel.

Orleans Pftrish SChool BoardDepartment of Audio-Visual Aids1407 Magazine St.Apiwoximately 3,000 filmseduces-tional, some sponsored. .

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Five filmson sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restrictedto surrounding territory.

Southern Bell Telebtone and Tele-f- graph Co.

Communications Bldg.1215 Prytihia St. (13)Approximately 75 filmsinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms throlegh local telepherce, com-pany offices. VI

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1307 Tulane Ave. (16)Approximately 1,500 flimsen ter-tainme* and religious.

Tandy Leather Co.14 ChartresFour films on' leatkercraft andcarving.

The Texas Co.P. 0. Box 89 (6)Approximately SO filmsprima-rily about oil an4 the oil industry,a few agricultural subjects':

U. S. Army EngineersNew Orleans DistiictFoot of Prytania St. (9)One film on 'the' IntracoastatWaterway.

U. S. Coast GuardEighth Coast Guard DistrictRoom 328, Custom House (16)Approximately 15 films OA theCoast Guard and its activities;distribution restricted to Eighthciast Guard District. .

U. S. Department of the NavyCommandant, Eighth NavalDiStristAtt: Asst. for Public InformationU. S. Naval 'Station (12)Approximately 886 filme-225 pub-lie information and 880 trainingfilms; distribution of all films re-stricted to Eighth Naval District;distribution of training films rei-

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U. S. Department of the TreasuiySavings Bonds Division714 Masonic Temple Bldg. A833 St. Charles St. (12) ,

Seventeen bout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to Louisiana.

U. S. Marine CorpsDirector, Eighth Marine Corps Re-serve & Recrpitment District6th Floor, Lowich Bldg.2026 St. Charles Ave. (12)Approximately 15 filmsabout theMarine Corps; distribution re-stricted to geographical region.

United World Free Film Service1307 Tulane Ave.Approximately SO tilmsetcluos.tional and informational, all spon-scrod.

RUSTON

Louisiana Polytechnic InstituteFilm Library DivisionApproximately 41,i00 fame--educa.tional; distribution restricted toLouisiana.

SHREVEPORT

Baptist Book Store705 Texas St. (47)A pprossinately 175rily religious; distribtftion re-stricted to Shreveport area.

National Conforms. of Christiansand Jews.808 SiCLAR Bldg. (54)ApprOximately 15 fams--on racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Simonds Saw and Steel Co.Hawn Ave. & Simo Dr.Four Jihnoinot on sa-chine tools.

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AUGUSTA

Dairy Condi of MaineApprort -Lately 15 fams---ov healthand related subjects; listributionrestricted to Maine.

Department of Inland Fisheriesand GameInformation and EducationDivisionApproximately 35 filmson wild-life and related subjects; distrait-

,tion restricted to Maine.

Maine Association ofSeconetari Schools.State Department ofApproximately 15sports; distributionmember high schools

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Educationfilms onrestricted toof Maine.

Maine Department of AgricultureNews and Motion Pictures ServiceApproximately 15 films onMains's agricultural industriesdistribution restricted, to EasternUnited States,

Maine Tuberculosis Assn.State Trust Bldg.256 Water St.Approximately 15 filmson tuber-culosis and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Maine.

State Director of Civil,offitiknseState RouseApproximately 50 filmson civildefense; distribution restricted tothe State of Mains.

State Highway CommissionFive films en highways andtravel.

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BRUI1SWICK

The Maine Csincer Society, Inc.A Division of the American CancerSocietyFederal and Green Ste.Approximately 25 fa, true-.

tional and informational; distri-bution restricted to Maine.

MILIRIDGE

Minot Film, Inc.Approximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religiaus,and sponsored.

United World Free Film Service1 Main St.Approximately SO films-,-ifilswa-tional and informational; alt spewgored.

ORONO

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState OfficeUniversity of MaineApproximately 15 filmson so"and water conservation; distribwtion restricted to Mali*.

University of Ma*Audio-Visual ServiceSouth Stevens HallApproximatoly - 100&inmost, duoational, religious,and spopsored; distribution re-stricted to New England..

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ANNAPOLISAs'

Portland Public LibraryNine films entertaininent shortsanti educational, primarily forchildren.

Portland Public' SchoolsApproximately 300 filmsclass.room; distribution restricted toPortland Public Schools.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division309 Court House Annex76 Pearl St. (3)Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution 4stricted to Maine.

SOUTH PORTLAND

Headlight Film Service-111 Ocean St.Approxithately 100 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored; distributionx- re-stricted to Maine.

Maryland

St. John's CollegeDirector of AdmissionsOne filmon the curriculum of St.John'. College.

BALTIMORE

(AMerican Cancer SocietyMaryland Division20 E. Eager St. (2)Approximately 25 fulyksprima-rill/ on cancer and cancer moven-tion; distribution restricted toMaryland.

,Bseltimore ArchdioceseCatholic SchoolsProfessional Bldg.8430 N. Charles St,. (1)A pproximateiy 25 fiimaeduca-tional, religious, and sponsored;distribution restricted to CatholicSchools in 'Maryland. .

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Baltimore & Ohio RailroadSafety Dept.

' Baltimore & Charles Sta. (1)Four films on safety for children:

Baltimore Public Schools' Division ol Audio-Visual Education

Gorsuch and Kennedy.Aves. (18)Approximately 1430 filmseduca-tional; distribution ,restricted toBaltimore Public Schools.

Biptist Book Store823 Park Ave. (1)Approximately 75 ft/maprima-rily religious; distribution re-stricted to Maryland.

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The Chesapeake. and. PotomaCTelephone Co. of Maryland320 St. Paul Pl. (2)Approximately 75 famsinforvna-tional and public relations; requestfilms through Jowl telephone com-pany offices. f

Enoch Pratt Free LibraryFilms Dept.Over 700 ,filmseducational, a fewsponsored; distribution restrictedto adult groups and individuals inBaltimore City and immediate

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Folketitr Photo Service927 Poplar Grove St. (16)Approximately 300 filmsenter-tainment shorts, educational, andreligious.

Dr. Albert E. Goldstein3505 N. Charles St.. (18)Twenty filmsmedical.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.102 W. 25th, St. (18)Approximately. 6,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational,: religious,and sponsored._

Dr. Joseph I. Xtmler2230 ark Ave.One 1Thion cancer of the larnyx.

Kunz, Inc.426 N. Calvert Bt. (2)APproximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, eduoationeil, find

Liwy Pilm & Sound Service853 N. Eutaw St. (1)Approxim4te4 300 filmsenter-tainment, educatiopal, ,and rPlig-ious; distribution restrictid to

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Maryland State Department ofEducationDivision of' Library Extension400 Cathedral St. e ( 1 )

Approximately 400 filmseduca-t ioval, primariiy for in-service'education of teachers, some filmsfor adult groups; distribution re-stricted to Maryland (outside ofBaltimpre City).

Maryland Tuberculosis Assn.900 St. Paul St. (2)Approximately 15 filmson tuber-culosis and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Maryland,

The Methodist Publishing HouseAudio-Visu0 Dept.516 N. Charles St. (8)Approximately 1,500 films prima-rily religious Imt also seculareducational and entertainment sub-

/ jects; distribution iestricted to'geographical rpgion.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews ,

1322 Mathieson,Bldg. (2)'Approrimately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding; dia-

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NatiOnal Foundation for InfantileParalysis714 Park Ave.Eight films informational andeducational about polio. .(

Sinclair Refining Co.Att: Farm Sales10 Light St. (3)Six fdins---eauoational on agricui .

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Singer' Sewing Machine Co.Manuftcturers Agency302T E. Madison St. (5)Five filmson sewing and sewingmachines; distiibution reitricted tosurroundin.g territory.

Stark FilmsHoyard and Centre Sts. (1)ApAtimately 800 films enter-tainment, eclucational, religious,and sponsored.

Tandy Leather Co.410 W. SaratogaFour- films on leathercraftcarving.

U. S. Department of the Treasury "-s. Ten fil., /I ed, on the uses

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CAMBRIDGE.

Cambridge SchoolsTwenty filn9e instructional; die-tribution r4siricted to schools inDorchester county..

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The AsPaIt InstituteAsphalt Iniitute Bldg.Campus Uni rsity of Maryland

Savings Bonds Division1235 Calvert Bl4g.St. Paul and Fayette Sta. (2)Seventeen. lit . bout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to Maryland.

U. S. Social SecurityA nistr*tion

ureau of Old Age and Sunrivori_InsuranceFive fli ',bout social security,through old age and survivorsinsurance.

Wyeth Laboratories801 Wagner St. (24)Approximately 15 filmson nwdical subjects.

BETHESDA

National Institute of Rug Cleaning7855 Wisconsin Ave. (14)One fikn on rules for rug beauty.

U. S. Public Health ServiceNational Cancer InstituteTen fil Pout cancer -and can-cer prevention; for lay and pro-f essionat-audiences.

BLADENSBURG

Prince George's County MenrialLibraryUN Annapolis Rd.

qphaltUI S.'Repartinent of the InteriorFish and Wildlife ServiceP. O./Box 128Approximately SO filmson cowmercial fisheries and on wildlife54nservation.

II. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState Office

,.1.Tnpfersity of MarylindOproximateliy U films on soilaitd water Conservation; distribn.-ton restricted to Maryland.

Upiversity of MarylandPctension ServiceFilm Library4PProximagolif SOO tams---Primir.ay agricultural, few entertain-mond and educational; distribution

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', CUMBERLAND

I Allegany County Public SchoolsApproximately 450 filme--4nstnio-tional; distribution restricted to

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Cecil County Board of Ed9i.at1onCourt HouseApproximately 100 flZ,v whoa-tional; distribution strfct.d toCecil County **hoots chid library.

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U. S. Department of the ArmyCommanding Gene* Sesoncfr.eArmyAtt: Signal OfficerApproximately 710 films pub-& information and 490 t ingARS; distribution of ft! rev'bided to Secon41 Army atribution of trip films reto educational iniditutionswhen not in use by the A

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Frederick .County BoardEducationDepartment of Instruction115. E. Church Elt.Approximately 80 filmsHowl; distributiOn rutpublic school! of Prattville

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Stat Director of Civil DefenseState Armory (8)Approximately 40 films----on civildefense; distribution restricted toMaryland.

ROCKVILLE

Public Schools of MontgomeryCountyAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 2,000 filmsclass-room; distiibution restricted toMontgomery County public schools.

SALISBURY

Wicomicó County Board of Edu-, cation

Approximately 175 jilmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toWioomioo County.

TOWSON

Baltimore County Public SchoolsCentral Film LibraryApproximately 540 flime.---oduce-tional; distribution restricted toBale,' County Public Schools.

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Prince George's Public SchoolsApproximostalp all flimawassinse-Hanoi and informational; distribumHon restricted to County schools.

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National Junior VegetableGroweis Assn.103 French HallUniversity of MassachusettsTwo filmseducationaL

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState Office6 Main St.Approximately 25 films on soiland water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to Massachusetts.

University of Massachusetts "Autdio-Visual CenterApproximately 800 filmseduca-.tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Massachusetts.

ANDOVER

Addison Gallery of American ArtFilm LibraryPhillips AcademyApproximately 35 filmsinstruc-tional and informational on artsubjects; distribution restricted toNew England.

Memorial Hall LibraryApproximately 250 films throughthe Massachusetts Public LibraryFilm Cooperative informational,primarily for adults.

ARLINGTON

New England Film Service, Inc.828 Massachusetts Ave. (74)ApproximatIly 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, 4ducational,and sponsorid.

Robbins LibraryApproximately 80 films throughthe Massachusetts Public LibraryFilm Cooperative in/ Ural,primarily for adults; distributionrestricted to holders of Librarycards.

BEVERLY

Massachusetts Secondary SchoolPrincipals Assn., Inc.3 BroadwayRoom 2Approximately 15 films onsports; distribution restricted tomember 'high schools of Massa-chusetts.

BOSTON

Air Francr493 Boylston .St. (16)Four filmstravelogs.

American Airlines, Inc.470 Atlantic Ave. (10)Nine filmstravel documentaries.

American Cancer SocietyMassachusetts Division, Inc.138 Newbuiy St. (16)Approximately 35 filmson cancerfor lay education, professionaleducation, and volunteer training;distribution restricted to Massa-chusetts.

American Leprosy Missions, Inc.73 Tremont St. (8)gight films informational andreligious.

American Petroleum Institute419 Boylston St. (16)Eleven filmsabout oil and the oilindustry.

American President Lines89 §tate St.Fo films travelogs describingthe passenger and freighter ser-vices of American President Lines;distribution restriet0 to geograph-ical region.

Anti-Defamation League of 13'naiB'rithNew England Regional Office72 Franklin Elt. (10)Approximately. 25 iiimoiedvai-tional and religious, primarily on

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Boston Public LibraryFilm Service (17)Approximately 975 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Boston and for groupUSEI.

Boston UniversityDepartment of Biology (16)Ten filmson biological subjects;distribution restricted to profes-sional audiencek.

Boston University Pilm LibrarySchool of Education332 Bay State Rd. ,(15)Approximately 2,000 filmseduca-.tional.

George AA3ourgeois, M.D.270 Commonwealth Ave.One filmmedical.

A. M. Byers Co.200 Berkeley St.Rm. 2410 (16)Two filmson wrought iron and*now melting.

Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc.77 Franklin St. (10)Two filmson the carbon blackindustry; distribution restricted tobusiness (ind industry.

Canadian Consulate General80 Boylston St.Approximately 100 filmson Catv-ada; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picture Library497 Boylston St.Approximately SO filmtravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Canadian Pacific Railway80 Boylston St. (16)4pproximately 15 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

The Church Film LillraryDepartment of Christian EducationEpiscopal Diocese of Missahusetts1 Joy St. (13fApproximately 125 films

Cinema, Inc.234 Clarendon St. (16)Approximately 1,500 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Claus Gelotte Camera Stores284 Boylston St. (16)Approximately 200 filmsenter-tainment shorts and sponsored.

Encyclopaedia Britannic& Films,Inc.161 Massachusetts Ave.Approximately 800 filmseduca-tional, primarily classroom; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

Fairweather FilmsRoom 112, Baker LibrarySoldiers Field (63)Two films educational aboutMexico.

Films, Inc.161 Massachusetts Ave.Approximately 1,600 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and relig-ious.

Gulf Oil Corp.Back BayP. 0. Box 153 (17)Twenty filmsprimarily travelogs.

John Hancock Mutual.Life Insur-ance Co.Photographic Bureau200 Berkeley St.One filmstory about life at Hand-cock Village.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.40 Melrose St. (16)Approximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational,aid sponsored.

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Industrial Education Institute25 Huntington Ave. (16)One filmon functional drafting.

Ladd Visual Service285 Stuart St. (16)Approximately 2,000 fame--eduoal.tional and sponsored; disttibutionrestricted New England.

Major Theatre Equipment Corp.44 Winchester St. (16)Approximately 400 fit, ter:tail!ment, educational, and rang.ious.

Massachusetts Department ofCommerceDirector of Promotion834 Boylston St. (16)Three films --- informational aboutMassachusetts.

Massachusetts Department ofPublic HealthDivision of Health InformationState House (88)Approximately 150 filmson healthsubjects; distribution restricted toMassachusetts.

Massachusetts Tuberculosis andHealth League, Inc,181 Clarendon Ift.Approxinustely SO filmoon tuber-Mogi* and related subjects; AsaptribIttion restrictsii to Mammas-setts.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.285 Stuart St. (16)Approximately SOO Ilinsooduos-tional and informational, ail spots-semi films; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

National Conference of Christiansand JewsRoom 44978 Tremont St. (8)Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding; discstribution restricted to geographicalregion.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis541 Boylston St.Eight films informational midducational about polio.

New England Teleplione & Tele-graph Co.186 Franklin St. (7)Approximately 75 filmeinforma-tional and public relations; requestlams through local ts16kono comaNosy offices.

Nova Scotia Travel Bureau ,

Little. Bldg.80 Boylston St. (16)Approximately SO filmsinforma-tional about Nova SOotia.

Sabena Belgian, World Airlines,Hotel Statler72 Arlington St.Approximately Mc fit,rily travelogs.

Simonds Saw a Steel Co.1860 Columbia d. (27)Four /II tructional on ma-

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state Department of EducatioqCommonwealth of Massachusetts200 Newbury St. (16)Approximately 750 fitNasal; distributionMassackusotts.

State of Massachusetts. Massachusetts Rehabilitation Com-

mission87 Court Sq.Two fit vocation& rehabili-tation; distribution restricted toMassachusetts.

Ta4dy Leather Co.749 Boylston St.Four films on leatheroraft andcarving.

The Texas Co.Drawer MBack Bay Sta. (17)Approximately SO Ilims,,prims.ray abut oil and the oil industry,

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U. S. Army EngineersNew England Division150 Causeway, St. (14)Fourteen fthoiton construction ofdams, air bases, and activities ofthe Corps of Engineers.

U. S. Coast GuardFirst Cout Guard District1400 Custom House (9)Approximately 14,fi films =L. theCoast Guard and its activities;distribution restricted td FirstCoast Guard District.

U. S. Department of the NavyComman4ant, First Naval DistrictAtt: Aut. for Public Information495 Summer St. (10)Approximately 885 1lm4--415fpitiowtic inf emotion and 160 trainingfilms; distribution of all films re-stricted to First Naval District;distribution of training films re-stricted to educational instititionsat times when 'sot in use by tkeNavy.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds DIvision1419 Post Office & CourthouseBldg. (9)Seventeen fit bout the UnitaStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to Massciehusetts.

U. S. Marine CorpsDirector, First Marine Corps Re-serve & Recruitment District495 Summer StApprossimatoly 15 Illmsabout theMarine Corps; distribution re-striated to geograpitioll region.

United World Free Film. Service20 Melrose St.ApProximately SO NMO--ed1,111-Honda and informational, all *powgored.

The Upjohn Co.11 Deerfield St.. (15)Thirteen films 'method endpharmaonitical uliojects.

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VKTONBrockton Public LibraryApproximately .100 films throughthe Mdssachusetts Public LibraryFilm Cooperative informational,primarily for adults.

BROOKLINE

Brookline Public LibraryApproximately tO0 films avaqiiblethrough the Massachusetts PublicLibrary Film Cooperativeinfor-mational, "primarily for adults;distrieution restricted to organiza-tions in Brookline.

CAMBRIDGE

Cambridge Public SchoolsApproxiyiately 175 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toegmbridge school systelPi.

Claus Gelotte Camera StoresHarvard Sq. (38)Approximately 100 filmenter-tainment shorts and sponsored.

CHICOPEE

A. G. Spalding & Bros., Inc.Meadow Ett.Three films on sporto; distributionrestricted to geographical region.

DEDHAM

Rust Craft G'reeting CardsOne pit on the manufacture ofgreeting cards.

DORCHESTER

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EAST WALPOLE

Bird & Soh, Inc.Public Relations Dept.Two filmseducational; no distri-bution west of 'Denver, Colorado.

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Weymouth Public SchoolsDepartment of Audio-Visual In-struction oft,

High School Bldg. (89)Approximately SOO filmseducational and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Weymouth PublicSchools except for sponsored films.

FITCHBURG

Fitchburg Public LibraryFilm Service /Approximate* 90 films plus 300others available through the Mas-sachusetts Public Library FilmCooperative informational, edu-cational, and entertainment; 'At-

tribution restricted to hoLibrary cards.

Simonds Saw and Steel Co.Advertising Dept.470 Mail' St.Four fitmsinstructional on ma-chine tools.

FRAMINGHAM

Fitts* Photos Shops22 Union Ave.Approximately $00 filmsenter-tainment shorts and features.

Framingham Town LibraryApproximately 200 films throughthe Massachusetts Public LibraryFilm Cooperative inf *motional,primarily for adults; distributionrestricted to holders of Librarycords.

GARDNER,

Levi Heywood Memorial LibraryThree films entertainment andinformational; distribution re-stricted to holders of Library cards.

GREENFIELD

Greenfield Regional Library CenterApproximately 35 filmsinforma-tional; distribution restricted toFranklin and Hampshire Counties.

HARVARD

Federal Civil Defense Administra-tionRegion 1

Oak Hill Rd.Approximately 20 filmson cide fense.

HUDSON

Hudson Public LibraryApproximately 200 films throughthe Massachusetts Public LibraryFilm Cooperative informational.,primarily for adults; distributionrestricted to holders of Librarycards.

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The La Pointe Machine Toof Co.Education Dept.34 Tower St.Four films informationalbroaching machines.

LEOMINSTER

Leominster Public LibraryFilm lending service through ao-case to approximately SOO films ofthe Massachusetts Department ofEducation and other sources.

LEXINGTON

Cary Memo *- ibraryApproximately SOO films throughthe Afassachuietts Public LibraryFilm Cooperative informaeionai,primarily for adults; distributionrestricted to holders of Librarycards.

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City LibraryI Approxima t4 Zy 100 filmseduca-tional, religious, and sponsored;distribution restricted to GreaterLowell area.

Lowell Public LibraryApproximately SOO films throughthe Massachusetts Public LibraryFilm Cooplfrative informational,primarily for adults; distributionrestricted to holders of Librarycards.

LYNN

Lynn Public LibraryApproximately 200 films availablethrough the Massachusetts PublicLibrary Film Cooperativeinfor-mational, primarily for &hilts;distribution restricted to organizedgroups and clubs.

Lynn Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Aids Dept.42 Franklin St.Approximately 200 fameclass-room; distribution restricted toLynn Public Schools.

Massachusetts Motion PictureService35 Market St.Approximately 3,500 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

MALDEN

Malden Pizblic LibraryApproximately SOO films availablethrough the Massachusetts PublicLibrary Film Cooperativeinfor-mational, primarily for adults;distribution restricted to holders ofLibrary cards.

Wyeth Laboratories230 Commercial St. (48)Approximately 16 Ansmon medi.oat subjects.

MARBLEHEAD

Abbot Public Library235 'Pleasant St.Approximately SO films owned plusaccess to several hundred filmsthrough the Massachusetts PublicLibrary Film Circuit entertain-ment and educational; distributionrestricted to Mai-blehead.

MELROSE

Melrose Public SchoolsApproximately SO filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toMelrose Public Schools.

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Milford Public SchoolsApproximately is filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Milford.

NATICK

Massachusetts Civil DefenseAgency143 Speen St.Approximately 20 filmson civildefense; disMbution restricted toMassachusetts.

NEEDHAM ,

Needham Public SchoolsApproximistely 100 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toNeedham Public Schools.

Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturers Agency860 First Ave. (94)Five films on sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restrictedto surrounding territory.

NEW BEDFORD

New Bedford Public ScioolsApproximately 150 ftimseduea-tional; distribution restricted to.New Bedford Public Schools.

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tainment, educational, and relig-ions; distribution restricted toNew England.

Thomas Crane Public LibraryApproximately 100 /Elms availablethrough the Massachusetts PublicLibrary Film Cooperative plus 100films from other cources; distribu-tion restricted to holders of Library

Ebanote Co.Division of Stowe-Woodward, Inc.(64)One film on bowling.

NORTH ADAMS

North Adams Public SchoolsApproximately 85 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toNorth Adams Public Schools.

NORTH ANDOVER

Stevens Memorial LibraryApproximately 200 films throughthe Massachusetts Public LibraryFilm C ooperativeinI ormational,primarily for adults; distributionrestricted to holders of Librarycards.

PITTSFIELD

Berkshire AthenaeumApproximately 15 films---enteti-tainment, educational, and trave-logs; distribution restricted toBerkshire County and surroundingtowns.

Berkshire Hills Conference50 South St.One filmtravelog.

PLYMOUTH

Plymouth Cordage Co.Two films on the uses of rope andtwins.

QUINCY

Claus Geolette, Inc.Camera Stores1887 Hancock St. (69)Approximately SOO filmsenter-fain- shorts and sponsored.

Stanley-Winthrop's, Inc.90 Washington St. (69)Approximately MOO fikne--enter

cards.

SOUTHBRIDGE

American Optical Co.Safety Products DivisionSeven films--iinformational.

SPRINGFIELD

American Cancer SocietyWestern Massachusetta Office360 Worthington St.Seventeen Tantson dancer for layeducation, professional education,and volunteer training; distribu-tion restricted to Massachusetts.

Farm Credit District of Springfield810 State St.Approximately 15 filmson farmcredit and cooperatives; distribu-tion restricted to States in FarmCredit District.

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Springfield City Library Assn.Approximately 60 filmsoditia .tional; distribution rest .1 tOholders of lAbrery cards.

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Springfield Public &boasAudio-Visual ,Education Dept.Approximately sqo AIPW-4C111041-tionai; distribution restricted toSpringfield Public Schools.

Valley Cinema958 State St. (9)Approximately to0 films7-enter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored; distribution re-stricted to Western Massachusetts.

UXBRIDGE

Percy Orrell Film Services &SuppliesElizabeth St.Approximately 50 fit tar-tainment and educational on es-gineering subjects.

WALTHAM '

Raytheon Mfg. Co.Art & PhotographyPublic Relations Dept. (54)Three Onaifyn electronics.

Waltham Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Education Dept.Instructional Materials CenterApproximately 85 Iiimeoduca-tional; distribution restricted toWaltham Public Schools.

WATERTOWN

Millipore Filter Corp.86 Pleasant St. (72)One film on microfatration andanalysis.

Watertown Free Public LibraryApprozinately 100 films availablethrough tke Massachusetts PublicLibrary Film Cooperative...infor-mational, primarily for adults;distribution rutrkted to holdersof Library cards.

WELLESLEY

Wellesley Public LibraryApproximately 100 film through

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WESTBORO

Alden Systems Co.Washington St.Three films on cost cutting methods.

WESTFIELD

Westfield Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Dept.69 Smith Ave.Approximately 140 films *duos-tional; distribution restricted toWestfield Public Schools.

WEYMOUTH+.

Tufts LibraryApproximately 50 films toroughtAs Massachusetts Public LibraryFilm Cooperativeinformational,for adults and children; distri-bution restricted to holders ofLibrary cards and to local organi-=time.

WINCHESTER

Winchester Public LibraryApproximately 85 fit- a Mator.ioal subjects ; distribution restrictedto holders bf adult Library cards.

WORCESTER

Bailey Sound Film Service59 Chandler St.Approximately SOO film enter-tainment, educational, and relig-ious; distribution restricted to NewEngland.

Norton CoPublicity Dept.1 New Bond St (6)Thirteen fit, a technical andindustrial subjects.

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Worcester Public LibrarySix filmson library services; dis-tribution restricted to Librarypatrons.

ALBION

Mbi9n Malleable Iron Co.One Wmon malleable metals.

ALLEN PARK

Worcester Public SchoolDivision of Audio-Visual EducationA pproximately 400 films educa-tional; distribution restricted toWorcester Public Schools.

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restricted to Michigan and adja-cent States.

Wolverine Tube DivisionCalumet and Hec la, Inc.Industrial Engineering Section17200 Southfield Rd.Four films on industrial engi-'Leering.

AIPENA

Alpena Public SchoolsAudio-1*ga Aids ServiceApproximately 75 films educa-tional; distribution restricted toAlpena Public Schools.

ANN ARBOR

Anp Arbor Public SchoolsTeachers' Reference LibraryApproximately 95 films schwa-tional; distribution restricted toAnn Arbor Public Schools.

Dr. F. Bruce FranckDepartment of Ophthalmic SurgeryUniversity HospitalTwo filmson ophthalmology; dis-tribution restricted to medicalgroups.

Picture and Equipment Service1426 Maiian at W. StadiumApproximately 450 films enter-tainment, educational, religious,and spOnsored.

University of MichiganAudio-Visual Education CenterApproximately 8,700 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distribution

BATTLE CREEK

Federal Civil Defense Administra-tionRegion 4Approximately SO famson civilde fense .

BENTON HARBOR

Superior Steel & Malleable Cast-ings Co.One filmeduceional on the newconcept in foundry operation.

BERKLEY

Berkley Pub4c SchoolsAPproximateiy 415 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted tomembers of library cooperative.

BIRMINGHAM

Birmington Public SchoolsInstructional Materials Center

pproximately 150 films educa-tional; distribution restricted toBirmingham Public Schools.

DAVISON

William Gun Sight Co.Four famsinfomation l; distri-bution primarily restricted toporamena clubs and other outdoororganizations.

DEARBORN

Dearborn Public LibraryApproximately 550 films educa-tional, entertainment, and spots-cored; distribution primarily re-stricted to Dearborn.

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Deart,rn Public SchoolsAudio-Vipual CenterApproximately 850 films educa-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Dearborn.

Encyclopaedia Britannica Pi ims,Inc.22710 OlmsteadApproximately 800 films educa-tional, primarily classroom; distri-bution restricted to geographicalregion.

Ford Motor Co.Film LibraryThe American Rd.Approrimately 50 filmsprimarilytravelogs, educational, and indus-trial.

Henry Ford Museum and Green-field Village.Department of Education

'AudiO-Visual ServicesTwo films on the Henry FordMuseum and Greenfield Villa,.

Lachman & Co.4935 Schaefer Rd.Approrimately 600tainment.

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One fatn--informational on the con-trol of lawn weeds. .

Air France1249 Washington Blvd.Four filmstravelogs.

American Cancer SocietySoutheastern Michigan Division4811 John R. St. (1)Approximately 10 fil ,- primarilyon cancer and cancer prevention;distribution restricted to South-eastern Mickigan.

Anti-Defaniation League ofB'nai B'rithMichigan Regional Office163 Madison Ave. (26)Approximately 15 films educa-tional and religieusprimat:ilyintercultural understanding ; dis-tribution restricted to geograAiralregion.

Canadian Consulate1085 Penobscot Bldg.Approximately 100 filmson Can-'add; distribution restricted tog e o graphical region.

Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picture Library131 W. Lafayette Blvd.Approximately 10 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution fret rictsdto geographical region. N

Canadian Pacific Railway1249 Washi,igton Blvd. (28)A pprorimately 15 filmstravelogsOR Canada; distribution restrictedto' geographical region.

Cosmopolitan Filtns3248 Gratiot Ave. (7)

pproximately 1,500 filmstainment, educational, and reli-gious; distribution restricted toMidwestern States.

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Detroit Edison Co.2000 Second Ave.A pproximately 25 films educa-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to area served by EdisonCo.

The Detroit NewsPublic Relations Dept. (81)Two filmsinformational on ners .

paper processes.

Detroit Public LibraryEducational Film Dept5201 Woodward Ave. (2)Approximately /400 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distributionrfstricted to Detroit and for groupuse.

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Detroit Public Schoolspprorima telyA I $OO filma--edura-

Nona: and sponsored; distributionprimarily restricted to DetroitPublic ScAools.

Epgietnan Visual EducationService4704 Wooctward Ave. (1)A pprorima tely -1 400 filmson ter-tainment, Mutational, religious,and sponsored; distribution re-stricted to Michigan.

Ferry-Morse Seed Co.P. 0. Box 778

"'Dwelt filmson flower arid vege-table gardening.

General Motors Corp.Public Relations StaffFilm Library3044 W. grand Blvd. (2)Approximately SO ftlirta--educa-tional and sponsored.

Ideal Pictures, Inc..13400 W. McNichols Rd. (35)Approximately 2,000 fiimeenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Lachman & Co6636 Michigan Ave. (10)Approximately 600 ftirnaon ter-tainment.

Dr. Daniel J. Leithauser14640 E. Warren Ave. (24)One medical film for surf'profvision.

The Methodist Publishing HouseAudio-Visual Dept,28 E. Elizabeth St. (1)Approximately 1,500 filmsprima-rily religious, but also seculareducational and entertainmentsubjects; distribution:restricted ageographical region.

Michigan Bell Telephone Co.18615 Cass Ave. (26)-

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/Michigan Film Library15745 Rosemont Rd. (23)One film religious; distributionrestricted to Wayne County.

Micromatic Hone corp.Advertising Dept..8100 Schoolcraft Ave. (38)Two filmson the honing prowess;distribution restricted to seitools,colleges, business and industry.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.47 Woodward Ave. (1)Approximately 800 films-46am.tional and informational, all spon-sored ; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Nitio-nak Conference of Christiansand Jee;$160 W. Boston Blvd. (2)Approximately 15 Almeon racialand rehgious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Peninsalar Grinding Wheel Co.729 Meldrum Ave.Ona fans on industrial grindingsafety; distribution restricted toindustry.

Sabena Belgian World Airlines1249 Washington Blvd.A pprorin, tely 25 filmsprima-rill( travelogs.

Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturing Trade Dept5900 Second Blvd. (2)Five. filmson sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restricted tosurrounding territory.

Standard Oil Co. (61cliaaa)1011 Fourth St. (81)Six filmson the oil industry sadfarm machinery; distribution re-stricted to Michigan.

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C. L. Straith, M.D.Straith Clinic for Plastic and Re-constructive Surgery1553 Woodward Ave. (26)Seve't fihme--on plastic surgery;distribution restricted to medicalgroups.

Tandy Leather Co.4823 Woodward Ave.Four films on leathercraft and03ming. .

U A W FizLibrsry8000 E. Jefferson Ave. (14)A pprorimatelv 150 fiimsvn laborand labor unions.

U. S. Army EngineersDetroit District600 E. Jefferson Ave. (28)One filin---on St. Mary's River.

U. S. Army EngineersU. S. Lake Survey630 Federal Bldg. (26)One ftinson activities and workof the U. S. Lake Survey.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division1325 Cadillac Tower65 Cadillac Sq.Seventeen ftima-Laatt tke VnitedStates and Savings Banda; distri.bution restricted to Michigan.

United World Free Film Service2310 Cass Ave.Approximataly tO Almaeduca-tional and informational, all spend.sore&

Wayne State UniversityVisual Auditory Center4841 Cass Ave. (1)Approximately 500 filmseduca-tional and industrial; distributionrestricted to community agenci4sclosely allied to the University.

D. F. Weaver, M.D.571 Fisher Bldg. (2)Two film instructional; distri-bution restricted to medical andpr-medical groups.

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Wesson Co.Public Relations Dept.1220 Woodward Heights Blvd. (20)Two filmaeducational on the man-ufacture and uses of carbide cut-ting tools.

EAST DETROIT

East Detroit Public SchoolsApproximately 100 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toEast Detroit Public Schools.

EAST LANSING

Michigan State ,UniversityAudio-Visual CenterA pprorimately 4,000 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionprimarily restricted to Michigan.

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState OfficeMichigan State CollegeA pproyia tely f5 filmson soiland water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to Michigan.

EATON RAPIDS

Veterans of Foreign Wars NationalHomeFilm Loan Dept.Two filmsentertainment shorts.

FERNDALE

Public LibraryFilms obtained by contract fromthe Detroit Public Library; distri.-*bution restrict4d to Ferndale area.

FLINT

Brice Sales4417 N. Saginaw St. (5)A pprorimat4Iy $50 filmsenter-tainment, educations& religious,and /sponsored; distribution. prima-ray restricted to Michigan.

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Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picture Library1639 Mott Foundation Bldg.503 S. Saginaw St.Approximately 20 filmstravelogsevCanada; distribution reltrictedto geographical region. 1

Flint Public LibraryFilm DivisionCrapo and KearsleyApproximately 350 famseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to holders of Library'cards.

Flint Public TchoolsApproximately 700 cifilms----educa-tional; distribution restricted to

lint Public Schools.

J sen Sound. & Movie, Inc.27 Detroit St.' (2)

Approximately 850 falPISenter-tainment shorts and feattires, edu-cational, religious, and sponsored.

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Grand Rapids Board of Education143 Bostwick, NE.Approximately 865 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-Non restricted to Grand Rapidspublic schools.

Grand Rapids Public LibraryRyerson Library Bldg. (2)ApproxiMately 500 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored, and tray.elogs; distribution restricted toholders of Library cards.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis1806 McKay Tower, Campau Sq.Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

GRAYLING

Grayling Film ServiceBear Archery Co.Route *1dpproximately 10 films on archeryand bowhunting.

GROSSE POINTE

Grosse Pointe Board of Education389 St. Clair (80)Approximately 450 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toGrtsse Pointe public schools andorganized community grow.

HAMTRAMCK

Hamtramck Public Library2360 Caniff (12)Films obtained by contract fromthe Detroit Public Library; distri-bution restricted to nonschoolgroups in Hamtramok.

Hamtramck Public SchoolsApproximately 125 filmseduca-tional; distribution primarily re-stricted to Hamtramck PublicSchools.

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Highland Park Board of Education12541 Second Ave. (3)Approximately 600 films.rily educational; distribution re-stricted to Highland Park area.,

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McGregor Public Library12244 Woodward Ave. (8)Films obtained by contract fromthe Detroit Public Library; dis-tri tion restricted to HighlandFlu' k and for group use.

IMLAY CITY

Muir Entertainment Service470 Bancroft St.Approximately 0 150 filmsenter-tabrment shorts, ciassroomi and re-ligious.

INKSTER

Wayne County Public LibraryAudio-Visual Center27228 W. Michigan Ave.Approximately 1,800 /Uwe-wawa-Nona', religious, and ;sponsoreddistribution rest to WareCounty.

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National Music CampFilm LibraryTwo filmsentertainment and edu-cational on music.

IRONWOOD

Iunwood Public Schoolsproximately 50 filmsinstruc-

tional; distribution restricted to theschool district.

JACKSON

Jackson public SchoolsAudio-Visual Dept.Approximately 70 films instruc-tional; distribution restricted toJackson Public Schools.

KALAMAZOO

Kalamazoo Public Library (13)Approximately 1f5 films educa-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to holders of Librarycards.

Kalamazoo Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Education306 E. Lovell St. (5)Approximately 500 films prima-rily classroom; distribution prima-rily restricted to Kalamazoo PublicSchools.

Locke Fi Inc.124 W. So II, St. (8)Approsi y 2,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

The Ulijohn Co.7171 Portage Rd.Thirteen films on medical andpharmaceutical atbjeete.

Western Michigan UniversityAudio-Visual Center (45)Approximately 150 filins--inetnto-Umiak

LANSING

American Cancer Society1205 E. Saginaw St. (6)Approximately 35 filmsall on can-cer and cancer prevention; 'distri-bution restricted to Michigan.

Board of EducationAudio-Visual Dept.419 W. Capitol Ave. (14)Approximately 800 films enter-tainment, educational, and spon-sored; distribution restricted toLansing public schools.

J. I. Case Co.520 N. Grand Ave.Approximately 15 ftlmsinforma-tional about agricvlture distri-bition restricted to agriculturalusers in geographical region.

Michigan Department of Conser-vation (26)Approximately 40 films *enter-tainment, educational, and spon-sored; distribution restricted toMichigan except in June, July,August and December.

Michigan Department of HealthSection of Education (4)Approximately $50 films onhealth subjects; distribution re-stricted to Michigan.

Michigan High School AthleticAssn. '410

'Department of PublicInstruction (2)Approximately 25 filmson sports;distribution' restricted to memberhigh schools in Michigan.

Michigan Stite Library (13)Twenty-six filmseducational; dis-tribution restricted to Michigan.

Michigan Tourist ?CouncilStvens T. Mason Bldg. (4)Three tench( and oda,stostionai.

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Michigan Tuberculosis Aun.403 Seymour Ave. (14) ,

Thirteen filmson tuberculosis formedical and general audiences.

State Director of Civil Defense119 W. Washtenaw (23)Approximately 20 films on civildefense; distribution restricted toMichigan.

Vocational Rehabilitation900 Bauch Bldg.One fil.,, -,*rational; distributionrestricted to Michigan.

LIVONIA

aonia public School Distilict15125 Farmington Rd.Approximately 150 films educa-tional; distribution restricted toLivonia Public School District.

MIDLAND

The Dow Chemical Co.Public Relations Dept.Approximately 15 filmsentertain-meat and educational pita sixteenmedical films.

Dow Corning Corp.Five filmseducational,

Midland Public SchoolsApproximately sd films instruc-

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Central Michigan CollegeAudio-Visual ServicesApproximately 110 film* -- educes-tional, some sponsored; distributionvestrictod to Michigan.

MUSKEGON

Gospel Film LibraryP. 0. Box 456Approximately 50 film ail reli-gious; distribution restricted tog for*, region.

Muskegon County Audio-VisualCenter922 Jefferson ,

Approximately 115 films -- enter-ta#tment, educational, religiousand sponsored; distribution ofclassroom films restricted to Must-kegon County schools.

RIVER ROUGE

River Rouge Schools1411 Coolidge Hwy.Approximately 85 filmsprimarilyclassroom; distributitx restrictedto River Rouge publiXschools andcivic groups.

ROCHESTER

Detroit Broach Co.P. O. Box 154Six filmseducational on broachingand broaching methods; distrait-tion restricted to schools, colleges,business and industry.

Rochester Community SchoolsInstructional Aids DeptApproximately RS film/ imams-tional; distribution restriotod toschools within the district.

ROSEVILLE

Roseville Public SchoolsApproximately 100 )11ms--instnsotional; distrjbution restricted tsschools of Itosevi4e.

ROYAL OAK

South Oakland Film Library1026 N. Main St.Appioximatsly 400 Aims prima-rily clasoroom; distribution re.striated to posting school*vetoes. of Borbloy, Clot Foro

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Saginaw County SchoolsAudio-Visual Education Center128 N. Harrison St.A pproximatsiy 060 films educa-tional; distribution restricted toschools in Saginaw County sup-porting the Center.

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Wyandotte Public SchoolsApproximately 160 filmi---instruo-tional; distribution restricted toschools of Wyandotte City.

YPSILANTI

Eastern Michigan CollegeAudio-Visual Education CenterApproximately 150 films- prima-ruy classroom; distribution ro-stricted to campus use.

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University of MinnesotaGeneral Extension DivisionAudio-Visual Extension Service110 New Garrick Bldg. (2)Approximately 850 films educe-.tional, mostly classroom; distri-bution restricted to NorthernMinnesota.

Albert Lea Mlle SchoolsApproximately SO films instruc-tional.

DULUTH

Duluth Public SchoolsSchool Administration Bldg.Approximately 800 films educa-tional, some oral; distributionrestricted to Duluth Public Schoolsand affitiatod groups.

Hart AudIO-Visual Center26 N. First Ave., E. (2) 4Approximately 750 filets enter-tain, educational, religious,and sponsored.

National Conference of Christiansand Jew:313 Bradley Bldg. (2)Approximately li iiimeon racialand reheat& undergending; ditribution rest to geographicalregion. ,

National Equipment Co.7. L Michigan St. (2)Approsimatoly SOO fame enter-Winning and sponeortid.'

Tandy Imatiser Co.23 N. Lake Ave.Four One on kitherorajg andoarving.

ELY

Ely Chamber of CommerceBox 630Four ftimstratielogs; distributionprimarily restricted to Midwest.

HISSING

Independent School District No. 701Department of Visual InstructionApproximately 500 films class-room, some *powered; distributionrestricted to Hibbing public eskools.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews..2210 Tenth Aye., E.Approximately 15 flip, racialand religious understanding; die-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

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Allisi-Caahners Mfg. Co.700 Third St., &Approximately SO ftime---ontertain-

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ment and educational, primarily onagriculture; distribution restrictedto Minnesota area. ,

American Cancer SocietyMinnesota Division, Inc.3702 E. Lake St. (6)Approximately 20 filmson cancer,for general and professional audi-maces.

American Bible SocietyAudio-Visual Dept.47 8. Ninth St. (2)Approximately 10 filmsabout theBible and the program of theAmerican Bible Society.

American Hardware Mutual Insur-ance Co.P. 0. Box 435Approximately 10 filmoent-er-tainment, educational, and spois-gored; films available for groupuse only.

American Petroleum Institute1110 Rand Tower (2)Eleven filmsabout oil and theoil industry.

American Society of BakeryEngineersDepartment /of Visual Education311 Second St., SE. (14)Approximately 15 filmseduca-tional, primarily on baking andrelated subjects.

American Swedish Institute2601 Oakland Ave. (7)Approximately 40 Mmseduca-tiolug on Sweden and Scandi-navia; distribution restrictid toMidwestern States.

Anti-Pefamation League of IrnaiB'rithMinnesota-Dakotas Regional Office982 Lumber Exchange Bldg. (1)Approximately U jilmseduca-Howl and religious, primarily oninterculturai understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalneon.

16mm Film Libraries

Augsburg Publishing HouseFilms Dept.425 S. Fourth St. (15)Approximately 325 films rehi.pious.

Augustan& Lutheran ChurchAudio-Visual Service2445 Park Ave.Approximately 200 filmsall re-ligious.

Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picture Library1040 Rand TowerApproximately £0 famstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Canadian Pacific Railway708 Second Ave., S. (2)Approximately 15 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographic"! region.

Carroll Films5200 Minnehaha Ave. (17)4pproximately 1,500 films--enter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored; distribution re-stricted to North Central States.J. I. Cue Co. ,

238 Park Ave., S. (15)Approximately 15 filmsinforma-tional about agriculture; distribu-tion restricted to agricultural usersin geographical region.Elliott Film Co.1112 Nicollett Ave. (8)Approximately 1,500 filmsenter.tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Encyclopaedia Britannic& Films,Inc.7421 Park Ave.Approximately 800 ftlmseduea.tiimai, primarily classroom; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

The Federal Reserve Bank ofMinneapolis (2)One fil bout the work of theFederal Reserve System.

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General Mills, Inc.kilm Dept.9200 Wayzata Blvd. (26)Approximately 25 filmseduca-tional and sponsors&

Gospel Films Library1645 Hennepin Ave.Approximately 50 tilmsall reli-gious; sdistribiltion restricted togeographical region.

Hennepin County TB .Assn.'2500 Park Ave. (4)Approximately tO filmseduca-tional, primarily about tubercu-losi s;* distribution restricted toHennepin County.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.1915 Chicago Ave. (4)Approximately 8,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

The John Leslie Paper Co.500 8. Third St.Three films on paper making:distribution restricted to six-Statearea.

MAVCO Film Library10 W. 26th St.Approximately 2,000 films--enter-tainment, religious, and sponsored;distribution restricted to Minne-sota, the Dakotas, Northern losba,and Western Wisconsin.

Midland perative WgolesaleFilm Li739 Joh en St., NE. (lnApprox tely SOO jilmeenter-tain and educational; distri-We restricted to Minnesota,Wisconsin, and Nortkorn lows.

Minneapolis Public LibraryHennepin at Tenth (3) --

Approximately 815 films---edstea-None, religious, and sponsored;distribution restricted to holders ofLibrary cards in Hennepin County;no moil *orgies.

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Minneapolis Public SchoolsSchool Administration Bldg.807 Broadway NE.Approximately 1,500 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toMinneapolis Pubic Schools, PTAand other school organitations.

Minneapolis Star & Tribune425 Portland Ave. (15)Two itims----inforriational.

Minnesota Department of HealthSection of Public tealth EducationUniversity Campus (14)Approximately 185 filmseduca-tional on health subjects; distribu-tion restricted to Minnesota.

Minnesota Society for Preventionof Blindness635 Palace Bldg. (1)Six fit, , ucationai about careof the eyes; distribution restrictedto Minnesota.

Minnesota State High SchoolLague829 Plymouth Bldg.Approximately 15 filmson sports;distribution restricted to memberhigh schools in Minnesota.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.1114 Nicollett Ave. (3)4hPror4m4tely 800 films---edufa-tional and informational, au span-sorea films; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews700 National Bldg.AOroximately 15 fit racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

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Northwestern Bell Telephone Co.420 Third Ave., S. (2)Approximately 75 tilms.informa-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

Religious Film Libraries2445 Park Ave.Approximately 400 filmsWI reli-gious; distribution restricted tochurches.

Scott-Atwater Mfg. Co., Inc.2901 E. Hennepin Ave.Three filmson boating, flakingand water skiing.

Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturing Trade Dept.1008 Nicollet. Ave. (2)Five filmson sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restricted tosurrounding territory.

Standard Oil Co. (Indiana)2800 Wayzata Blvd. (1)Six fit . the oil industry andfarm machinery; distribution re-stricted to Minnesota and theDakotas.

Tandy Leather Co.1412 Hennepin Ave.Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

The Texas Co.1'780 Clifton Pl. (3)Approximately so ft/meprimarilyabout oil and the oil industry, atiny agricultural subjects.

U. 8. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division201 Metropolitan Bldg. (1)seventeen fit- the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-Indian restricted to Minnesota.

University of MinnesotaGeneral Extension DivisionAudio-Visual Extension Service(14)A py;roximately 8,000 itlyne---eduoa..tional, some sponsored.

The Upjohn Co.110 N. Fifth St. (8)Thirteen Alms on modical andpharmaceutical eubjects.

Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion of Minnesota715 Twelfth Ave., S. (14)Approximately 15 filme---on alcoholducation and temperance; distri-bution restricted to Minnesota.

World Wide Pictures1114 Nicollet Ave. (3)Fifteen filmo--religious.

Wyeth Laboratories1845 E. Franklin Ave. (4)Approximately 15 filmson sosedioalsubjects.

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Rochester Public SchoolsApproximately 100 ftims educa-tional; distribution restricted teRochester Public Schools.

ST. CLOUD

Guardian Films, Inc.Box 346Approaimately 180 films ethos-tins& and religious. .

St. Cloud State CollegeInstructional Materials CenterApproximately 100 films karmational; distribution restricted tocampus use.

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St. Louis Park Public SchoolsApproximately 15 films instruortimed; dietrieseirsbo-*St. Lcuie Pork "Thal

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Boyd Film Co.Park Bldg.1595 Selby Ave. (4)Approximately i00 films enter-taint, educational and religious.College of St. ThomasAudio-Visual Dept. (1)Eleven fit/meiinstructional; distri-bution restricted to campus use.

Farm Credit District of St. Paul844 Jackson St. (1)Approximately 15 films on farmcredit and cooperatives; distri-bution restricted to States in FarmCredit District.

Fruehauf Trailer Co.21.110 University Ave: (14)Three filmson trailers and trans-portation.

Guardian FilmsCatechetical Guild EducationalSociety.147 E. Fifth St. (1)Apiroximately SO

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Macakstar CollegeAudio-Visual Dept.One Aim-4notoructional.

Minnesota Department of High-ways1279 University Ave. (4)Approximately 70 Iiime---on trafficsafety; distribution restricted toMinnesota.

Minnesota Department of Welfare117 University Ave.Approximately It Nms educa-tional on public welfare; distri-bution restricted to Minnesota.

Minnesota Tourist InformationState CapitolOn fiin6-1-4duestitnai.

Minnesota Tuberculosis and HulaAsanw114 Portland Ave. (I)Appresimatelp N Ahestimt tuber-

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csdosis and related sub fiats; ditribution restricted to Minnesota.Northern Mall Iron867 Forest St.One filminformational.St. Paul Book & Stationery Co.Sixth and Cedar Sta. (1)Approximately 95 ilims--entertaim-meat and religious.St. Paul Public LibraryApproximately 250 films educa-otional, some sponsored; distributionrestricted to holders of Libraryoards and for community groupuse

St. Paul Public SchoolsVisual Education515 Court House (2)A pprorimately 1 ,800 filmeclase-room, a few sponsored; distributionrestricted to St. Paul PublicSchools.

St. Paul Science Museum51 University Ave. (3)Approximately 180 films educa-tional, som4 sponsored; distributionrestricted to schools in Minnesotaand adjacent States.State Director of Civil Defenses,665 WabashApproximately tO films on civildefame; distribution restricted toMisagoeota.

Tandy Leather Co.191 E. Eighth StFour films on 140w/waft andcarving.

Twin City Dairy Council1660 Larpentour Ave., W. (8)Approximately 40 films OthiCaltional; - distribution isstrieted toSt. Paul-11'. polio 'metropolitanarea.U. 8, Army EngineersMarkt Engineer1217 U. 8. Post Office and Custom-house (1) 4

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United World Free Film Service1695 Selby Ave.Approximately SO lams educa-tional and informational, all spon-wred.

University of MinnesotaAgricultural Extension FilmLibrarySt. Paul CampusApproximately 350 fit, *grind-tural; distribution restricted toprofessional agricultural workers.

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South St. Paul Public SchoolsApproximately 850 films educa-tional; distribution restricted togeographical region.

&VIRGINIA

Independent School DistrictAudio-Visual Dept

pproximately 400 films class-room; distribution restricted to u.Virginia public stkools.

St. Louis County SchoolsCounty Court HouseApproximately SOO films educa-tional; distribution restricted to St.Louis County rural schools.

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BILOXI

Biloxi Chamber of CommerceOne film on Mississippi's GulfCoast.

CLEVELAND

Delta Film Cooperative Assn.Delta State Teachers CollegeApproximately 650 films educe-tionsi, some sponsored; distributionrestricted to members of coopera-tive film library.

GREENVILLE

Greenville Public SchoolsHigh SchoolApproximately SOO films class-room; distribution restricted toGreenville Public

GULFPORT

Gulfport Chamber of CommerceOne /dm on Mississippi's GulfCoast.

HATTIESBURG

MississiPpi *Althorn CollegeAudio-Visual Center

Approximately 1,350 filmsray educational; distribution re-stricted to film association mem-bens.

JACKSON

American Cancer SocietyMississippi DivisionFirst Federal Savings and LoanBldg.Capitol at' 8. State St.Approximately 50 films.on cancer and cancer prevention;distribution restricted to Missis-sippi.

American Petroleum Institute670 Milner Bldg.Eleven filmsabout oil and the oilindustry.

Baptist Book Store126 President St.Box 527 (1)Approximately SOO films--prima-'oily religious; distribution re-striated to Mississippi.

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Jackson Public SchoolsP. 0. Box 918 (5)Approximately tO0 fame I

rily classroom; distribution re-stricted to Jackson Public Schools.

Mississippi State Board of HealthDivision of Health EducationApproximately 480 filmson healthand medical subjects; distributionrestricted to Mississippi.

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Mississippi State Department ofEd ucationDivision of InstructionAudio-Visual EducationApproximately SOO films educa-tional; distribution restricted toM ississippi.

Miuissippi Tuberculosis Aun.P. 0. Box 9865, Northside Sta.Approximately 25 films---o, tuber-culosis and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Mississippi.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis712 Electric Bldg. (1)Eight fants-7-informational and ed-ucational about polio,

Herschel Smith Co.119 Roach St. (110)Approximately 1,000 famenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored; distribution re-stricted to Southern States.

Southern Bell Telephone and Tele-,graph to.

First National Bank Bldg.P. 0. Box 811 (5)_Approximately 75 filmsinfonna-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany effices.

Stat Director of Civil Defense1014 State Office Bldg.Approximatsly SO jtimaon civildefense; pt' v#, tion restricted to

Tandy Leather Co.113 S. Roach St..Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division526 Post Office BuildingP. O. Box 747 (5)Seventeen filmabout the, UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to Misssissippi.

MERIDIAN

Meridian Public SchoolsHigh School and Junior HighSchoolApproximately 50 films class-room.;-. distribution restricted toMeridian Public Schools.

STATE COLLEGE

Mississippi State CollegeExtension' ServiceApproximately 45 films eduea-

. tional, a few entertainment shorts;distribution primarily restricted toMississippi.

UNIVERSITY

University of MississippiDepartment of Educational FilmProductionUniversity ExtensionSix .4 ucational.

University of MississippiSchool of EducationAudio-Visual Education ServiceApproximately 100 famsprinsts-rily classroom.

VICKSBURG

U. S. Army EnigneersLower Mississippi Valley DivisionP. O. Box 80Eleven films on construction ofdams and activities of the Corpsof -Engineers.

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U. S. Army EngineersWaterways Experiment StationP. 0. Box 631Approximately 15 Onoprimarilyon flood control, construction ofdams, and activities of the Corpsof Engineers.

Mimed

Cape Girardeau Public SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterApproximately 75 films educa,btional; distribution restricted toCape Girdardeau Public Schools.

Southeast Missouri CooperativeFilm LibrarySoutheast Missouri State CollegeApproximately 1,300 filmsedue .tional, some sponsored.

CHILLICOTHE

B. R. Harris & Co.608 Jackson St.Approximately SO filmaenier-tainment and educational,.

CLINTON

Henry County LibraryFilm ServiceApproximately 28 films monthlyfrom Misfouri Libraries Film Co-operative; distribution restrictedto residents of Henry County.

COLUMBIA

Missouri State High School Activi-ties Assn.

407 S. Sixth St.Approximately 20 filmson sports;distribution restricted to memberhigh schools of Missouri.

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState OfficeP. 0. Box 180Approximately 15 films on soiland water conservation; distri-bution restricted to Missouri.

University of MissouriAdult Education and ExtensionServiceVisual Education Dept.Approximately 3,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and spon-sored.

HARRISONVILLE

Cass County LibraryFilm ServiceTwelve or,more films montkly fromMissouri Libraries Film Coopora.tivo, others obtained upon requestfrom outside film libraries; distri.bution restricted to Cass County.

HOUSTON

Texas County LibraryFourteen films monthly 'from 324-souri Libraries Film Cooperativeinformational; distribution re-stricted to groups in Texas County.

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Ozark Regional Library --Approximately 15 films educe-tional, some sponsored; distributionrestricted to Iron, Afesdison, andCrawford 'Counties.

JEFFERSON CITY

American Cancer SocietyMissouri Division, Inc.712 E. High St.Forty-five films on canes? and°anew prevention, for lay and pro-fessional groups; distribution re-stricted to Missouri.

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Missiseippi-41fieeceiri 117Jefferson City and Cole CountyLibrariesFilm ServiceFourteen films monthly fromsouri Libraries Film Cooperativeplus five Christmas films owned byLibrary; distribution restricted toCole County.

Missouri Civil Defense Agency100 E. Capitol Ave.Fifth Floor, Jefferson Bldg.Approximately. 4100 fiima-oli civildefense; distribution restricted to

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Missouri Conservation CommissionFilm Loan LibraryMonroe Bldg.Thirty fil --..tertairsmant, edurational, and sponsored; distri-bution restricted to Missouri.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis.410 Jefferson St.Eight 'Uminformational andimixoational about polio.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds DivisionCOmmerce Bldg.380 E. High St.Seventeen /11, bout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to Missouri.

Vocational RehabilitationDepartment of EducationSeventh Floor, Jefferson Bldg.Six fil vocational rehabili-tation.

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Joplin Public SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterApproximately SOO films educe-tional; distribution restricted toJoplin Public &hooks.

KAHOKA

H. E. Sever Memorial LibraryFilm Service

Twelve films monthly from Mis-sour Libraries Film Cooperative;distribution restricted to ClarkCounty.

KANSAS CITY

All-Star Pictures709 Westport Rd.Approximately 3,400 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

American Hereford Ann.Hereford Dr. (5)Three filmson the beef cattle in.dustry.

American Petroleum Institute512 Law Bldg. (6)Eleven fil ouut oil and the oilindustry.

Baptist Book Store1017-1019 Grand Ave. (6)

pprotrimatsly SOO films prima-rily religious; distribution re-striated to Missouri.'

Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picture Library101 W. Eleventh St.Approximately SO fil - 'Tavola?on Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Canadian Pacific Railway608 Waldheim Bldg. (6)Approximately 15 Tamstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

J. I. Case Co.2183 Broadway (8)Approximately 15 filmein/orma-tional about apiculture; distri-bution restricted to agriculturalusers in geographical region.

Consumers Cooperative Assn.P. O. Box 7305 (16)Approximately TO fihnopriaarilpon cooperative subjects; distri-bution restricted to geographicalregion.

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Gospel Films LibraryP. 0. Box 6858Approximately 50 filmsalipious; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.1402 Locust St. (6)Approrimately 6,000 Nms---eenter-tainment, educational and spon-sored.

International Paper Co.Long-Bell Div.Om, filmeducational on lumber.

The Jewish Federation and CouncilCommunity Relations Bureau20 W. Ninth St.. Bldg. (5)Ap4orintately 25 filmsreligiouson racial understanding.

Kansas City Heart Aun.West Missouri Chapter406 W. 84th St. (6)Approximately 10 filmson heartdisease; distribution restricted toWest Central Missouri Chapter.

Kansas City Public LibraryAudio-Visual Dept.Ninth and Locust Sta.Approximately 1,000 films--edura-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Kansas City, Mo.

Kansas City Public SchoolsDepartment of Audio-VisualEducation1840 E. Eighth St. (1)A pprorimately 1,600 fihnsedura.-tional, ome sponsored; distri-bution restricted to Kansas CityPublic Schools.

The Methodist Publishing HouseAudio-Visual Dept.1021 McGee St. (6)Approximately 1,500 filmsprima-rily religious but also secular edu-cational and entertainment sub-jects; distribution reericted togeographical region.

Modern Ting Picture Service,

3718 Broadway (11)Approximately 600 Tams educa-tional and informational, ail spon-sored films; distribution restrictedto Kansas and Western Missouri,

Mo-Kan Audio-Visual Service709 Westport Rd. (2)A pprorimate 1y 3,300 filmsenter..tainment, educational, religious,and some sponsored.

Naticrnal Conference of Christiansand Jews.916 Walnut St. (6)A pprorimately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding; dis-trittution restricted to geographicalregion.

Religious Film Distributors12 E. MI TerraceApproximately 500 filmsreligious.

Sabena Belgian World Airlines'921 Walnut St.Columbia Bank Bldg.Approrimately 15 ft/maprimarilytravelogs.

Sinclair Refining Co.Att: Farm Sales906 Grand Ave. (6)Six films educational on agri.culture distribution restricted togeographical region.

Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturing Trade Dept.1524 Grand Ave. (8)Five filmson sewing and sewingmarAines; distribution restrictedto surroun4ing territory.

Spencer Chemical Co.Motion Picture LibraryDwight Bldg. (5)Three filmseducational; distri-bution restricted to geographicalregion.

Standard Oil Co. (Indiana)114 E. Armour Blvd. (41)

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Siz filmson s oil industry andfarm machinery ; distribution re-strictd to Western Missouri,Kansas, Okla, oma, Colorado, Wy-oming, and Montana.

Tandy Leather Co.1219 Grand Are.Four films on leatkereraft andcarving.

U. S. Army EngineersKansas City District1800 Federal Office Bldg.911 Walnut St (8)One film---on flood oontrol on theMissouri River.

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United World Free Film Service709 Westport Rd.Approximately SO filme---educa-tional and informational, ailsponsored.

The Upjohn Co.25 E. Pershini Rd. (10)Thirteen films---on medical andpita t subjects.

World Wide Pictures8718 Broadway (11)Fifteen flints---religious.

KENNETH

Dunklin County LibraryFilm ServiceApproximately 600 Alms coopera-tively owned in tA4 Stateeduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Moans County.

KIRKSVILLE

Northeast Missouri State TeachersCollegeBureau of Audio-Visual Education& 'Program ServiceApproximately 400 Ano--ontsr.tainnwst, ducational, religions,and *moored.

MEXICO

A. P. Green Fire Brick Co.Merchandise Dept.One fant----eduoational.

ROLLA

U. S. Geological SurveyBox 183Eight ft1me---47n technical plumesof topographic mapping; distribu-time restricted to Midwest States.

University of MissouriSchool of Mines and MetallurgyEngineering Drawing Dept.Thirteen filmeeducationai; die-tribution restricted to MissouriSckool of Mines.

ST. JOSEPH

Anther Serum Co.Three films on veterinary macti-eine.

St. Joseph Public LibraryFourteen films monthly from Mis-louri Libraries Film Cooperative;distribution restricted to St.Joseph residents.

St. Joseph Public SchoolsAudio-Visual InstructionApproximately 715 ftlmsedswa-tional and sponsored; distributionof ucational films restricted toSt. Joseph public school district.

ST. LOUIS

Air FranceAmbassador Bldg, Rm. 818411 N. Seventh St.Four fametravelogs.

American Optometric Assn.4030 Chouteau Ave. (10)One film about vision andoptometry.

American Red CrossOffice of Public InformationMidwestern Area Office4050 Lindell Blvd. (g)

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Approximately 25 111msinforms-tional about Red Cross services;request films through local RedCross chapters.

Anti-Defamation League of B'nkiB'rithMissouri Regional Office7247 Olive St. Rd.Approximately 25 films educa-tional and religious, primarily onintercultural understanding ; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Associated Cooperage Industries ofAmerica, Inc.408 Olive St. (2)Two filmseducational.

Baptist Book Store3528 Washington Blvd. (3)Approximately . 250 filmsprima-rily religious; distribution re-stricted to St. Louis area.

James Barrett Brown, M.D.200 Doctors Bldg.100 N. Euclid at W. Pine (8)Twelve fihns--medical.

A. M. Byers Co.1080 Arcade Bldg. (1)Two filmon wrought iron andsnow melting.

Canadian National Railways'Motion Picture Libricry314 N. BroadwayApproximately 20 filmsttravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Canadian Pacific Railway314 N. Broadway (2)Approximately 15 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution restto geographical region.

J. I.' Case Co.4260 Forest Park Blvd.'. (8) 4 ./Approximately 15 itinunformo,-tional about agriculture; distribu-Lion restricted to agricultural usersin geographical region.

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Church-Craft Pictures, Inc.3312 Lindell Blvd. (8)Thirteen fil

Concordia. Publishing HouseAudio-Visual Aids Service3558 8. JeffersonApproximately 500 film*----ahtes-tional, religious, and sponsored.

Dairy Council of St. Louis4030 Couteau Ave. (10)Two fil E.raucaro ; distribu-tion restricted to St. Louis metro-politan area.

James F. Dowd, M.D.3720 Washington Blvd, (8)One filmon the repair of cleftof the lip; distribution restrictedto medical groups.

Farm Credit District of St. Louis1501 Locust St. (8)Approximately 15 filmson farmcredit and cooperatives; diatribe!.tion restricted to Arkansas, Illinois,and Missouri.

Gospel Films Library4405 Oakridge (20)Approximately 50 fil ireli-gious; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.3743 Gravois Ave. (16)Approximately 8,000 filmsenter.

tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Missouri Tuberculosis Assn., Inc.411 N. Tenth St.Approximately 10 fil, tuber-culosis; distribution restrkted toMissouri.

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t)4dern Talking Picture Service,

621 N. Skinker Blvd. (5)Approximately 800 fil quo&tional and informational, all spots-cored films; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

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National Conference of Christiansand Jews1615 Chemical Bldg. (1)Approximately 15 filmso'n racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion. Or,

&bens Belgian World Airlines818 Olive St.Paul Brown Bldg.Approximately 25 tilmeprinsarilytravelogs.

St. Louis Board of EducationDivision of Audio-Visuat1517 S. Theresa Ave. (4)Sipproximately 1,310 filmseduca.tional, some ponsored; distribu.Non restricted to St. Louis publicschools.

St Louis County SchoolsAudio-Visual Education Dept.7700 Bonhomm4 Rd. (5)Approximately 1,100 jilmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toSt. Louis County public schools.

St. Louis Public ilibraryFilm Library Service1301 Olive St. (8)Approximately 800 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted to

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St. Louis UniverpityFilm Library15 N. Grand Blvd. (3)

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Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturen Agency

filmson sewi1814 Washington Air( (8)

and sewingFivemachines; distribution restrictedto surrounding territory.

Social Science Films4030 ,Couteau Ave. (10)

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Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.1010 Pine St. (1)Approximately 75 filmsitiforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

Standard Oil Co. (Indiana)8400 Maryland Ave. (24)Six filmson the oil industry andfarm machinery; distribution re-stricted to Southern Illinois andEastern Missouri.

Swank Motion Pictures, Inc.621 N. Skinker Blvd. (5)Approximately 3,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

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Tandy Leather Co.2217 Olive St.Four films on laathercraft andcarving.

U. S. Coast GuardSecond Coast Guard District282 Old Custom HouseEighth and Olive Sta. (1)Approximately 15 films on theCoast Guard and its activities; dis-tribution restricted to Second CoastGuard District.

U. S. Department of the Air ForceUSAF Central Film Exchange8900 S. Broadway (23)Approximately 430 films-325 pub-lic information and 105 traininglama; _distribution of training filmsrestricted to educational institu-tions at times when not in use bythe Air Force.

i Robert D. Woolsey, M.D.6944 ChippewaThree lilms--mectical.

World Wide Pictures621 N. Skinker.Blvd. (6)Fifteen fam*---religious.

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Greene County LibraryFilm ServiceFourteen films monthly from Mis-souri Libraries Film Cooperativeeducational, religious, and epos.sored; distribution restrietid toLibrary dietrial.

Springfield Public SchoolsApproximately 100 famsinAtruc-tional, a few sponsored.

BILLINGS

Tandy Leather Co.801 E. WalnutFour Os. on leatkercraft andcarving.

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Central Missouri CollegeAudio-Visual Teaching MaterialsLibraryApproximately 05 filt'n*--instnso.tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to 11 counties in westCentral Missouri.

Montalto

American Cancer SocietyMontana Division, Inc.8022 Fourth Ave., N. .Approximately 25 filmsprima-rily on cancer and cancer preven-tion; distribution restricted toMontana.

Billings Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Aids CenterSixty iilma.---entertainment, educa-

itiona/, an4 sponsored; distributionrestricted to School District #1and surrounding territory.

Delta Films, Inc.Box 1061Sixty-five filmson religious sub-jects.

J. I. Case Co.2208 Montana Ave.Approximately 15 filmainfortnajtional about agriculture; distribu-tion restricted to agricultural usersin geographical region.

Gospel Films LibraryP. O. Box 1061Approximately 50 ftintsallgious; distribution restricted togeographical region.

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BOZEMAN

Montana State CollegeExtension ServiceOffice of InformationApproximately SOO /UrnsWorms-tional about &aviculture; distribu-tion restricted to Montana.

BUTTE .

The Texas Co.P. 0. Box 1278Approximately 10rily about oil and the oil industry,a few agricultural subject*.

GREAT FALLS

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis219 Electric Bldg.Central Ave. & First St., N.Eight films informational sadeducational about 'polio.

Public LibraryApproximately 40 tilmoinforins-tional; distribution restrietod toGreat Falk.

HELENA

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Montana Aeronautics CommissionP. O. Box 1698Ns /119*--on aviation.

Montana High School Assn.Kohrs BlockApproximately SO filmson sports;distribution restricted to memberhigh schools of Montana.

Montana State Board of HealthApproximately 125 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toMontana.

Montana State Department ofPublic InstructionMontana State Film LibraryApprOximately 8,150 X,- duos-tional, some sponsored; &strati..tion restricted to Montana.

Montana Tuberculosis Assn.555 Fuller Ave.Approximately SO filmoon tuber-Moris and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Montana.

The Mountain States Telephoneand Telegraph Co.441 N. Park Ave.

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State Director Of Civil DefenseState Arsenal, Box 1157Approximately 20 filmson civildefense; distribution restricted toMontana.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds DivilionP. 0. Box 506Seventeen fit bout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricled to Montana.

MISSOULA

Tandy Leather Co.624 13. HigginsFour films on leathereraft andcarving.

U. S. Forest ServiceFederal Bldg.Approximately 85 films7-on the no-tional forests, forest management,and forest fire prevention; distri-bution restricted to geographicalregion.

Nebraska

Approximately 225 filmseducational; distribution restricted tomembers of Cooperative.

Alliance Junior High SchoolApproximately 15 Ilimseduoa-Howl; distribution restricted tolocal use.

CHADRON

Northwest Nebraska CooperativiFilm LibraryApproximately 175 flimeeduesobtima

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Nebraska State Teachers CollegeDivision of Visual EducationApproximately 400 filmseduoa-6~1.

LINCOLN

Continental Trailways Bus antes'traffic Dept.1841 P St.Nine Rime 6 travelogs on theUnited States and Mestioo.

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Lincoln City LibrariesApproximately 200 filmsinforma.tional, entertainment, and religiousfor adults; distribution restrictedto holders of Library cards.

Lincoln Public SchoolsApproximately 1,200 filmseduels-tional; distribution restricted toLincoln Public Schools.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis712 Sharp Bldg.206 S. Thirteenth St. (8)Eight films informational andfducational about polio.

Nebraska State Department ofHealthDivision of Public Health Educi-tion (9)Approximately 450 films onhealth and medical subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Nebraska.

State Director of Civil Defense1st Floor, State CapitolApproximately 20 fameoft civildefense; distribution restricted toNebraska.

U. & Soil Conservation ServiceRoom 800 t134 S. Twelfth St. (1)Approximately 150 fams---on soiland water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to Plains States.

University of NebraskaUniversity Extension DivisionBureau of Audio-Visual Aids (8)Approximately 4,500 fil UCCI-

tional, some sponsored; distribs-tit* restricted to Nebraska andneighboring States.

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American Cancer SocietyNebraska Division4201 Dodge StApproximately 50 fit meowand cancer prevention, for lay andprofessional groups; distributionrestricted to Nebraska.

Anti-Defamation League of B'naiB'rithPlains States Regional OfficeE27 Securities Bldg.Akvroximately 25 films educa-tional and religious primarily on

interoultural understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

J. I. Case Co.Ninth and Dodge Sts. (2)Approximately 15 filmsinforma-tional obout agriculture; &strum-tion restricted to agricuitural users -

in geograpliical region.

Church Film Service .

6509 N. 324 St. (12)Approximately 1,500 fil, ter.tainment, educational, and Mi.

Earl A. Connolly, M.D.502 Medical Arts Bldg.One

Farm Credit District of OmahaNineteepth and Douglas Sts. (1)Approximately 15 fit', farmcredit and cooperatives; dietribu-tion restricted to lowa, Nebraska,South Dakota and Wyoming.

J. G. Kretschmer & Co.315 S. Seventeenth St. (2)Approximately 450 iliumenter-tainment, educational, religiousand sponsored.

Modern Sound Pictures, Inc.1410 Howard St. (2)Approximaiely 5,000 fit: ,tor-

toinment, I educational, religiousand sponsoPed.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.1410 Howard St. (2)Approximately 800 itimsedstoa-tional and informational, all spot-gored MIMI; distribution restrictedto isographical region.

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National Conference of Christiansand Jews607 Omaha Loan and BuildingAun. Bldg. (2)Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Nebraska Tuberculosis Assn.500 Brandeis Theatre Bldg. (2)Approximately 25 filmson tuber-culosis and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Nebraska.

Northwestern Bell Telephone Co.118 S. Nineteenth St. (2)Approximately 75 fil f. .tional and Public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-

PanY offices.

Omaha Public Schools-Approximately 025 fil ucaltional; distribution restricted toOmaha Public Schools.

Tandy Leather Co.1814 St Mary Ave.Four films on teat., t andcarving.

Union Pacific RailroadMotion Picture Bureau1416 Dodge St. (2)Approximately 25 filmeinforma-

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Menai, primarily on agricultureand Sun Valley, Idaho.

U. S. Army EngineenMissouri River DivisionP. 0. Box 1216Thirteen filmsprimarily on floodcontrol, construction of dams, andactivities of the Corps of Engi-neers.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division407 Federal Bldg.Fifteenth 'and Dodge Sta.Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to Nebraska.

University of OmahaBureau of Teaching Aids (1)Approximately 400 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distributionrestricted to Nebraska and Iowa.

PERU

Nebraska State Teachers CollegeApproximately 240 filmseduca-tional.

WAYNE

Nebraska State Teachers CollegeTeaching Materials CenterApproximately 500 filmseduca-tional.

Novak

State Director of Civil DefenseCapitol Bldg.Approximately 20 filmson civilaloes , tribution restricted toNevada.

Tabletopper Productions111 E. Sixth St.P. 0. Box 706rem 111, 'truer, ; distribu-tion restricted to schools.

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' Bell TelePhone Co. of Nevada10 Stat St.Approximately 75 filmsinforms-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pony offices.

Nevada Interscholastic League129 N. Center StApproximately 15 filmson sports;distribution restricted to memberhigh schools of Nevada.

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U. S Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division226 Ryland Bldg. %

220 S. Virginia St.Seventeen /limoabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; diotri-bution restricted to Nevada.

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState Office1485 Wells Ave., Room 19Approximately 05 filmson soil

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University of NevadaDepartment of AgriculturalInformationpproximately SOO Paoprima-ray agricultural; distribution re.striated to Nfvada vocationalagriculture and home *mummiesteacAers, Nevada County extensionagents, and to College of Agri-culture.

Washoe County School DistrictAudio-Visual LibraryApproximately no filmsoduoa-tional; distribution restricted I.public seitoolo of Wash*. County.

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Bell Audio-Visual Service18 Elm St.Approximately 2,060 gms--este, .tainmst, educational, and roil-pious.

New England Telephone and Tele-graph Co.85 Green StApproximately 75 fd forma-tional and public rotations; request/Elms through local klophons omit-pany offices.

New Hampshire Fish and GameDepartmentApproximately 10 ftlmoos cowservation and wildlife,, particularlyin Now Hampshire.New Hampshire State Departmentof HealthHealth Materials UnitApproximately 175 filmson healthand maim; subjects; distributionrestricted to New Hampshire.State Director of Civil Defense64 South St.Approximately 75 illms---on civildefense; distribution restricted toNew Hampshire.

DURHAM

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState Office29 Main Bt.Approximate* U flissoon toiland watsr oonservation; distribu-tion restrictod to New Hampshire

University of New HampshireAudio-Visual CenterApproaimately 1$00 ilinss---snierkitaus:monk educational, mia spon-sored.

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VisUal Education ServiceApproximately 1,000 filme---edies-tional.

HANOVER

American Hockey Coaches Assn.Ono film on how to play hockey.

Dartmouth College FilmsFairbanks HallApproximately WO Illmsr-tpriewpray ducational, some entertainswent.

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rily religioue, some entertainment,educational, and sponsored.U. 8. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division231 Federal Bldg.seventeen films---about the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to Now Hamp-shire.

Keene High SchoolApproximately 125 filme---odues-tional; distribution restricted toKano.

MANCH ESTER

American Cancer Societyw Hamishire Division, Inc.

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and cancer pretveration; distributionrestrietod to New Hampshire.

New Hampbire Tuberculosis Assn.456 Beech titApproximately 15 filmeion tuber-culosis; the restricted toNew Hampshire,

A. H. (Jack) Rice Co., Inc.78 W. Central Bt.Approximately 500 filmserstertainment, educational, religious,and sponeorod; distribution ro-striated to New England.

Rice Film Co.123 Pleasant et.Approximateir $10*---Prisg-

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The American Guernsey CattleClubPromotion Division70 Main St.One film on selective animal brood-ing ; Oistribution restricted toorganised groups.

Golden Guernsey, Inc.70 MainOne ilitliahuntional; distributionrestriptod to organised groups.

PORTSMOUTH

Portsmouth Junior High SchoolA pproximatsly 40 /limo. *duos.tional; distribution restrictod toPortmouth and adjoining townsin school system.

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Bloomfield Public LibraryFilm Service11 loves tilmentertaiwnwst shorts;distribution restricted to Meowfield.

&haring Corp.Audio-Visual Dept.Eleven filissa.--on medical subjects;distribution restricted to medicaland allied professions. -

Atlantic City Public SchoolsApproximately 100 filiv trait).tional; distribution restricted toAtlantis City.

AUDUBON

The King's PicturesKing's Hwy. 275 W.Appro-, 500 Iiims--primorill/ religious.

emuswaiter Kidde & Co., Inc. (9)Ora film on fire kitting; \tribuipNon rook to business andindustry.

BRIDGETON

Cumberhod County SchoolsFilm LibraryApproximately 150 flimo--isstruo-tional; distribution restricted toCumberland Gower public school*.

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Clifton Public SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterPublic School No. 2Approximately 850 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toClifton Public Schools.

DENVILLE

Reaction Motors, Inc,Public Relations DeptFour films on rocket engines.

EAST ORANGE

East Orange Public LibraryTwo fams----informational.

ENGLEWOOD

Brett-Guard Co.105 S, Dean StOne film---on saw guarding safety.

HADDON TOWNSHIP

Camden County A-V Aids CenterJunior 111gb SchoolApproximately 425 fil fuea-tional; distribution restricted toparticipating districts of CamdenCounty.

HANOVER

Sandoz PharmaceuticalsMedical Film DeptTwenty-two filmsmedical.

HILLSIDE

Film Service Co.Box 625, Industrial Br. .

Approximately SOO filmseduca.-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to New Jersey.

New Jersey Optometric Assn.Film ServiceBox 625, Industrial Br.Seven jilm--on optometry.

IRVINGTON

Irvington Free Public Library&pen filmsinformational; distri-bution restricted to Irvington.

JERSEY CITY

Edward G. Waters, M.D.Margaret Have MaternityHospitalClifton Pl. (4)Four filmoinstructional; distri-6ution restricted to medical groups.

MANVILLE

Johns-Manville Research TrainingCenterApproximately SO fil , forma-tional on industrial products, build-ing materials, and general economicsubjects.

40`MAPLEWOOD

Phil Carroll6 Crestwood Dr.Approximately 150 fil. pet%formance rating; distribution re-stricted to schools, colleges, andorganised groups.'

MAYS LANDING

Atlantic County Audio-Visual AidsCenter704 Cape May Ave.Approximately 415 filmsschwa-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to public schools is theCounty.

METUCHEN

White Sisters of Africa819 Middlesex Ave.Two ftimseduccaionai and re&pious; distribution restricted ifschools and chinches.

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MILLTOWN

Personal Products Corp.Education Dept.One film on health and menstrualhygiene.

MONTC RLAI

Montclair Board of EducationAudio-Visual Education22 Valley Rd.Approximately 400 films-41duca-tional; distribution restricted toMontclair public schools.

MORRISTOWN

Morris County Audio-Visual AidsCommission LibrarkApproximately 1,000 jilmsaluca-.tional; distribution restricted tocooperating public schools in Mor-nis County.

Morris County Free LibraryCourthouseApproximately 45 fitnts educa-tional, 10199 sponsored; distribu-tion resti4fd to Morris County.

MOUNTAINSIDE

Ansul Chemical Co.1876 Rout *22Twelve films one fire fighting.

NEW IIR&SWICK

Boy Scouts of AmericaVisual Education ServiceNational CouncilApproximately SO filmaon vault-!stir and professional personnel

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ithicon, Inc.One film dealing with the historyof matures, their manufacture anduses.

Johnson & JohnsonEducation Dept. eTwo faissio---oducational and *powoared.

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState Office103 Bayard St.P. 0. Box 670Approximately 25 filmson soiland water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to .New Jersey.

NEWARK

American Cancer SocietyNew Jersey Division9 Clinton St. (2)Approximately 40 fams---on cancerand cancer prevention, for lay andprofessional audiences; distribu-tion restricted to New Jersey.

Anti-Defamation League of B'naiB'rithNew Jersey Regional OfficeSO Clinton St.Approximately 25 films ---:educa-tional and religious, prinuirilyintercultural understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Community Films424 Clinton Pl. (8)Approximately 500 filmsenter-tainment, ieducational, and reli-gious.

Electric Arc, Inc.Advertising Dept.152 Jelliff Ave. (8)One filmint A, Venal; distribu-tion, restricted to business andindustry.

Film Presentation Co.239 Lyons Ave. (12)Approximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and reli-gious.

Gruber Camera Co.212 Washington St.Approximately 1,000 famaenter-tainmsnt and educational.

L Kaltman & Sons, Inc.287 Washington St. (2)Approximately 1,200 filmsenter.

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tainment shorts and features, edu-cational, and religious; distributionrestricted to New Jersey.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews790 Broad St. (2)A pproximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding ; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

New Jersey Bell Telephone Co.540 Broad St. (1)Approximately 75 'Imoinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

New Jersey Commission for theBlind1060 Broad St. (2)Four filmsabout rehabilitation oftAe blind; distribution restrictedto New Jersey.

Newark Board of EducationDepartment of Libra ries andAudio-Visual EducationApproximately SPX) filmsedkwa-Nona& some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Newark.

C Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturers Agency

.59 Lafayette St. (2)Five famson sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restrictedto surrounding territory.

Tandy Leather Co.187 Washington St.Four films on hkithercraft andcarving.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division418 Federal Bldg. (2)Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to New Jersey.

NORTH BERGEN

Catholic Movies14 09 79th8t.

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Approximately 100 Nmsenter-tainment, educational, and reli-gious.

ORANGE

# Orange Public SchoolsApproximately S5 fi1ms-41.0rue-tional; distribution restricted toOrange city schools.

PALISADES PARK

Mid-Eastern Cooperatives, Inc.Grand & W. Ruby Ares.Four filmsinformational; distri-bution restricted to Eastern UnitedStates.

PERTH AMBOY

Perth Amboy Public SchoolsApproximately 50tional; distribution restricted topublio &tools of Carteret, PAmboy, and Woodbridge.

PHILLIPSBURG

Ingersoll-Rand Co.Film Service Dept.One film----4nformational.

PLAINFIELD

Plainfield Public SchoolsInstructional Aids Dept.Fars,agut Rd. Barlow School Bldg.Approximately 175 jilt ,tional; distribution restricted toPlainfield Public Sch9ofe.

PRINCETON

General Films, IP. O. Box 601Two 0nsreligious; distributionrestricted to schools, (*Lieges,Auras', and museums.

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Carter Rd.A pprorimately 500 filmsenter-tainment shorts, educational, andsponsored.

Ftinceton University. Department of Public Information

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RED BANK

Red Bank Public SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterA pproximately ISO films----educi--tional; distribution restricted toRed Bank Pubtio Schools.

RIDGEFIELD

Auociation Films, Inc.Broad at ElmApproximately 500 fil.tainment features, educational, andsponsored; distribution restrictedto Easter's States.

RIDGEWOOD

American Leprosy Missions, Inc,10 Wilsey Sq.Eight films informational- andreligious.

Ridgewood Public SchooisDivision of Instructional ServicesFifteen Nasinstntctional; dis-tribution restricted to RidgewoodPublic Schools.

RUTHERFORD

Becton, Dickinson & Co.live fill Slime distra%.tion restricted to scAsois, colleges,and hospitals.

SECAUCUS

Wyeth Laboratories565 Secaucus Rd.Approximately 16 flimson medi-cal subjects.

SOUTH ORANGE

South Orange-Maplewood PublicSchoolsAudio-Visual AidsA 675 fams--edum-tional; distribution restricted toSouth Orange and MaplewoodPublio Schools.

TEANECK

Teaneck Elementary SchoolsAudio-Yisual Dept.Lowell School No. 7Approximately tO0 fams----educa-tional; distribution restricted toT eaneck.

TRENTON

Babe Ruth League, Inc.524% Hamilton Ave.Three films on world series base-ball.

New Jersey Bureau of TrafficSafetyDepartment of Law & PublicSafety82 E. Hanover St.Approximately 50 film tra filesafety; distribution primarily re-stricted to New Jersey.

New Jersey Department ofEducationState MuseumState House Annex (25)Approximately 1,600 filtional; distribution restricted toNew Jersey schools and othereducational groups.

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New Jersey State Teachers ColiegThree filmsinstructional; distri-bution restricted to the Collegeeti mpus.

State Director of Civil De nseThe Armory, Armory Dnve (10)Approrimately to fams-----ondefense; distribution restricted toNew Jersey.

Trenton DioceseParochial Schools701 Lawrenceville Rd. (8)Fifteen filme--4nstrurt1ona1; cits-tribution restricted\ to Catholicschools in Trenton Diocese.Trenton Public SchoolsApproximately 815 Aim* instruts-(tonal; distribution restricted toTrenton Public Schools.

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ALBUQUERQUE

Albuquerque Public SchoolsAtidio-Visual ServicesApproximately 600 Nfoisditoa-Goma; distril!Id time restricted toAlbuquerque Public School..

American Cancer; SocietyNew Mexico Division

.0.0ft 1323 Central, NE.Approximately SO ftimsprimarilyon cancer and cancer prevention;distribution restricted to NewMexico.

Baptist Book Store614 E. Central Ave.Box 686Approximately 175 fameprima-rily religious; distribution re-stricted to New Mexico.

The Mountain States Telephoneand Telegraph Co.265 Silver, SW.Approximately 75 ftimeinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms throukgh local telephone mini-pony offices.

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UPPER MONTCLAIR

State Teachers CollegeAudio-Visual CenterFilm LibraryA pprorimately" 500 itimit----edues.tional, some sponsored.

WESTFIELD

National Foundation for Infantileparalysis46 Elm St.Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

Westfield Public SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterA pprorima (sly '95 Pots Mute-tional; distribution Ntrestrictid toWestfield Pubfir Schools.

Mexico

National Conference of Christiansand Jews1513 Escalante Ave., SW.A pprorimately 15, filmaon racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographical

tegion.National Foundation for InfantilParalysis305A Washington St., SE.Eigkt films informationalducational about polio.

New Mexico High School ActivitiesAssn.P. 0. Box 8221Approximately SO illmeon sports;distribution restricted to memberhigh schools of Nett Mexico.

Tandy Leather Co.416 Second St, SW.Four films on leatAercraftcarving.

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esergy and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalrogi4.7n.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds DivisionP. 0. Boll 694306 Post Oftic-e BldgSfreteI filmsabout the /States and Savings Bonds; distribution restricted to New Mexico.

It S. Forest Serviceist Office Bldg.0 Second St., NW.gprortrnatsly 65

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U. S. Soil ConaerAtion ServiceState officeP. 0. Box MS1015 Tijeras Ave., NW.A pprorimo tvly f5 filmson totiland water ci,nsetilation; distribu-tion restricted to New Mexico.

CARLSIAD

International Minerals & ChemicalCorp.Publications ServiceP. O. Box 71One iiim----eduattimal on tke Mitt-tng and refining of potash.

HOBBS

Hobbs Public SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterApproximately 600 filmsedwoa-tional; distributio* restricted toHobbs Public School,:PORTALES

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ROSWELL

Roswell City SchoolsAudio-Visual Film LibraryA pprorima tell/ ter.-ta in men t, educational, and spon-sored; distribution primarily re-stricted to school system_

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Museum of New MexicoMuseum Film ServiceA pproxima tell/ footional, some sponsored; distributionrestricted to New Mexico.New Mexico State Department ofEducationCapitol Bldg.A pproxima telt/ 75 rii,rns educ4-tional distribution restricted tostaff of New Mexico Stat. Depart-ment of Education.

New Mexico State Department ofPublic HealthHealth Education DivisionFilm LibraryApproximately 180 filmson healthsubjects; distribution restricted toNew Mexico.

New Mexico State Tourist BureauFour filmsabout New Mexico.

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New Mexico A and M CollegeApproximately $50 fi/msenter-tainment, agricultural, and spon-sored; distribution primarily re-stricted to New Mexico.

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Albany Diocese of the EpiscopalChurchFilm Library68 S. Swan St,Approximately 200 famsinforma-

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Albany Public SchoolsApproximately 250 films---educa-tional; distribution restricted toAlbany Public Schools.

Hallenbeck & Riley558-562 BroadwayApproximately 700 famsenter-tainment and educational, somereligious.

New York State ConservationDepartmentDivision of Conservation EducationState Campus Bldg. (1)Approximately 25 filmson re-forestation, fiih and game manage-ment, and recreation; distributionrestricted to New York State.

New York State Department ofCommerce,Film Library28 Howard St. (7)Approximately 600 filmseduca-tional, and recreational; distribu-tion restricted to New York Stateexcept for 12 films about NewYork State distributed to bor-rowers in all States.

New York State Department ofHealthOffice of Public. Health Education84 Holland Ave. (8)Approximately 550 filmson lay,nursing, and medical subjects;distribution restricted to NewYork State.

New York State Department ofMental HygieneDepartment of Public Relations217 Lark St.

Approximately 70 filmson mentalhealth- subjects;, distribution re-stricted to New York State.Ne'w York Telephone Co.158 State St. (1)Approximately 75 filmsinfolmia-tional and public relatioits; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

State College Film Service135 Western Ave. (3)Approximately 750 filmseduca-tional.

Tandy Leather Co.14 Central Ave.Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

C. Stuart Welch, M.D.817 *ate St.Four filmsmedical.

" Wilber Visual Service, Inc.119 State StApproximately SOO films---enter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored; distribution re-stricted to $00-mile radius ofAlbany.

AMSTERDAM

Amsterdam Public SchoolsApproximately 75 films ohms-tional, some sponsored; distributionrestricted to 4mettordain.

BATAVIA

Batavia Public SchoolsApproximately 55 films eiaeo-room; distribution restricted toBatavia Public Schools.

BEACON

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Binghamton Public SchoolsApproximately 125 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toschools of city school district.

Wilber Visual Service, Inc.,28.qollier St.Approximately $00 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and reli-gious.

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National Conference of Christiansand Jews529 Court land Ave. (51)Approximately 15 Pria--On racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Taft Youth & Adult Center1724 St. & Sheridan Ave. (58)One fit,

BROOKLYN

Board of EducationBureau of Audio-Visual Instruction181 Livingston StApproximately 2,500 fill 1,

roottt, anne sponsored; distributionrestricted to New York City publicschools.

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The Brooklyn Cancer. Committee189 Montague St.Approximately U flimsw-primarilyon mow and cancer prevention;distribution rootrietod to Brooklyn.

Brooklyn MuseumEducation Division Loan Room(38)Approximately 100 filmooducts-Howl, om sponsored.

Brooklyn Public LibraryGrand Army Masa (38)Approximately 110 /ileso---informa-Noma; distribution restrietod tonon-soh groups in Now YorkCity Gros.

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Brooklyn Tuberculosis and HealthAun., Inc.298 Scherme'rhorn St. (17)Approximately 25 fit tuber-mitosis education; distribution re-stricted to- the Borough ofBrooklyn.

Business Education Films4607 Sixteenth Ave. (4)Approximately 300 films.educa.tional on business and clericalsubjects.

Camera Center596 Grand St. (11)Approximately 800 filmsenter-tainment and educational; Artyi .

bution restricted to Pastor,' States.

Group V Savings Banks Associa-tion of the State of New YorkPublic Relations bureau1 Hanson PI (17)Approzimateiy 100 filmsalum-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Kings, Queens, Nas-eau, Suffolk, and Richmond

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Alfred,/ H. bison, M.D.41 Eastern Pkwy. (38)Ten filmo--medical.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews105 Court St. (1)Approximately 15 filmson rapidand religious understanding ; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

New York Telephone Co.101 Willoughby St. (1)Approximately 75 flims--informa.*nal and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone cowpasty offiose.

Novocol Chemical Mfg. Co.291143 Atlantic Ave. (7)Eight fill dontal and modi-stes' subjects; distribution restto Use goodie& and dental profes-*ions.

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Pfizer LaboratoriesMedical Film LibraryDivision, Charles Pfizer & Co., Inc.630 Flusing Ave. (6)Thirteen filmsmedical.

Samuel L. Siegler, M.D.706 Eastern Pkwy. (13)Two filmsmedical.

United World Free Film Service2170 Brigham St.Approximately 20 films educa-tional and informatioAal, allsponsored.

BUFFALO

Air FranceThe Genesee Bldg. #716 & 717Four filmstravelogs .

Anti-Defamation League of B'nai,IrrithWestern New York State RegionalOffice308 Crosby Bldg. (2)Approximately 25 films educa-tional and religious, primarily onintercultural understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Bell Aircraft Corp.Film Library-Photo Dept.P. 0. Box 1 (5)Ten films on the uses of thehelicopter.

Board of EducationAudio-Visual Aids723 City Hall (2)Approximately 2,500 filmsprima-rily educational, some entertain-ment and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Buffalo public schools.

Buchan Pictures122 W. Chippewa St. (2)Approximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religiousand sponsored; distribution re-stricted to New York State andupper Pennsylvania.

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Buffalo Book & Bible House, Inc.244 Delaware Ave. (2)Approximately 500 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religiousand sponsored.

Buffalo DioceseParochial Schools35 Niagara Sq. (2)Approximately 450 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toCatholic schools in Buffalo Diocese.

Buffalo Museum of ScienceHumboldt ParkApproximately 700 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Buffalo andvicinity; no mail service.

Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picture Library13 W. GeneueeApproximately 20 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Canadian Pacific Railway17 Court St. (2)Approximately 16 films.:travelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Casey's Camera Haven1129 Broadway (12)Approximately 600 filmsenter-tainment shorts.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.1558 Mairi St. (9)Approximately 8,000 flimsenter-tainment, educational, religious andsponsored.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.122 W. Cheppewa St. (2)Approximately 600 filmseduca-tional and informational, all *powcored films; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

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Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Renner Motion Picture Service539 Genessee St. (4)Approximately 3,000 film*.--enter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored; distribution re-stricted to Western New York andPennsylvania.

State University of New YorkCollege for Teachers1300 Elmwood (22)Approximately 175 filmsMum-tional, college level; distributionrestricted to college campus andextension classes an4 to otherunits of State University.Tandy Leather Co.995 Main St.Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

The Texas Co.P. 0. Box 868 (5)Approxitattly SO films mottlyabout oil and the oil industry, afew agricultural subjects.United Projector & Film Corp.228 Franklin St. (2)Approximately 750 III- t- Tina-rily entertainment, some schwa-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Western New York.U. S. Army EngineersBuffalo DistrictEngineer Park (7)Two filmeon the Niagara Riverand Fails, and Mt. Morris Dam.United World Free Film Service170 Franklin StApproximately 20 films *dues-tional and informational, allsponsored.

University of BuffaloAudio-Visual CenterApproximately 850 films forschools, colleges, and adult organi-sations.

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Steele Memorial Library of ale-mung CountyLake & Church Sta.Nine films owned plus othersthrough sponsored film circuits;distribution restricted to ChemungCounty.

FLORAL PARK

Knowledge Builders ServiceVisual Education Center Bldg.Approximately 120 fam*--instruo-tional.

Visual Education LibrariesLowell Ave, and Cherry LaneApproximately 70 filmsclassroom.

RUSHING

Eutectic Welding Alloys Corp.40-40 172d St. (58)One famon welding.

FOREST HILLS

Queens County Cancer CommitteeAmerican Cancer Society, Inc.116-55 Queens Blvd.Approximately 35 filmsprimarilyon cancer and cancer prevention;distribution restricted to QueensCounty.

GREAT NECK

Cornell Films, Inc.180 Cutter Mill Rd.Approximately SOO filmsenter-tainment, educational, and yeti-.gious.

Great Neck Public SchoolsFilm Library345 Lakeville Rd.Approxisnateiy 500 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted toGroat Nock Publis Schools.

Sperry Gyroscope Co.Central Film ServiceThree fa, oast gyroscopes.

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American Bosch Arms Corp.Director of Public Relations320 Fulton Ave.Two filmsinformational.Hempstead Public SchoolsFilm LibraryApproximately 500 filmseduce-Holm', a few **tutored; distribwtion restricted to Hempstead PublicSchools.

HERKIMER

Herkimer Tool & Model Works,Inc.137 Hartner St.One fil model airplanes; filmmust be requested through localhobby dealers.

HOMER

COuncil Films, Inc.50 N. Main St.

4-- Approximately 4,000 filtainment, religious and educational.

ITHACA

Cornell UniversityNew York State College ofAgricultureFilm LibraryApproximately 100tainment, educational, and spewsore&

Cornell UniversityNew York State School of Indus-trial and Labor RelationsApproximately 76 tilmson indus-tikial and labor relations distribwtion restricted to School of Indus-trial and Labor Relations.

JAMAICA

National Conference of Christiansand Jews9242 Union Hall St. (88)Approximately 15 Illmeon racialand reiGious understanding; die-

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Queensboro Tuberculosis & HealthAssn.159-29 90th Ave. (2)Approximately 15 flints whoa-tional; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Scandinavian Airlines System, Ina.188-02 Queens Blvd. (85)Twelve fil -, Fuca'. prima-rily travelogs.

Tandy Leather Co.89-14A Sutphin Blvd.Four films on teat,. ft andcarving.

LAKE GEORGE

Warren County PublicityTwo filmstravelogs.

LONG ISLAND

Church Films, Inc.12 Indiana St.HicksvilleApproximately 415 filmseduca-tional, religious and sponsored.

The Upjohn Co.205 Glen Cove Rd. (Carle Pl.)Thirteen fit , medical andpharmaceutical subjects.

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New York State Public High SchoolAthleiic Assn.Approximately U filmeon sports;.distribution restricted to memberhigh schools in New York.

MARYKNOLL

Maryknoll Lending LibrarySixteen /ducat $

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American Cancer SocietyNauau Division, Inc.1551 Franklin Ave.Twelve fil on cancrand cancr prevention; distribu-tion restricted to Nassau County.

MOUNT VERNON

Cinema Guild, Inc.10 Fiske Pl.Approximately 750 filmsenter.tainment, educational, and reli-gious-

Fleetwood Films, Inc.10 Fiske Pl.Approximately 60 fil!tent and educational.

NEW ROCHELLE

Animation Equipment Corp.38 Hudson StTwo films on animation and opticalprinting.

Film Research Associates804 Pinebrook Blvd.Approximately SOO filmson in-dustrial training, business, andpsiblic relations.

Meehanite Metal Corp.714 North Ave.Eight fiL iron foundry prod-ucts and engineering data; distri-bastion restricted to technicalchools, olleges, business andindustry.

New Rochelle Public LibraryApproximately 100 filmeduca-tional, ome sponsored; Attribu-tion restricted to WestchesterCounty.

NEW YORK

Academie Film Co.516 Fifth Ave. (36)Twenty /lim---educational.

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Advertising Federation bf America250 W. 57th St. (19)Three films on advertising andmerchandising.

Air France683 Fifth Ave.Four fll travelogs.

Air Reduction Sales Co.150 East 42d St. (17)Seven fame -.bon welding and gascutting processes.

Almanac Films, Inc.516 Fifth Ave. (86)Approximately SOO films---educa-tional.

Altro Health and RehabilitationServices, Inc.71 W. 47th St. (19)One fil , V tuberculosis.

American Airlines, Inc.99 Park Ave. (16)Nine N -travel documentaries.

American Arbitration Assn.Education Dept.477 Madison Ave. (22)One film on industrial relations.

American Baptist ConventionDepartment of Baptist Films152 Madison Ave. (16)Approximately 400 films---educa-_tional and religious.

American Bible SocietyAudio-Visual Dept.440 Fourth Ate. (16)Approximately 10 fil bout theBible and the prodram of theAmerican Bible Society.

American Cancer Society521 W. 57th St. (19)Approximately SO Pmprimarilyon cancr and cancer prevention.

American Cbristian PalestineCommittee65 E. Uth St. (22)

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American Church Union847 Madison Ave. (17)Two filmsreligious.'

American Economic Foundation295 Madison Ave. (17)Nine filmseducational on eco-nomic principies.

American Express Co.Travel Dept.65 Broadway (6)Two filmstravelogs on Europeand Mexico.

American Foot Care Institute, Inc.1775 Broadway (19)One filmon care of the feet.

American Foundation for the Blind,Inc.Department of Public Education15 W. 16th St. (11)Fifteen films on blindness; prima-rily for TV use.

American Friends of the HebrewUniversity9 E. 89th St. (28)One filminformational on thework of the Hebrew University.

American Gas Assn.Film Library420 Lexington Ave. (17)Approximately 40 filmsinforma-Nona

American Heart Assn.Film Library13 E. 37th St. (16)Approximately 25 iiimseduza-tional on heart diseases; alsoavailable from local heart associa-tions.

American Hotel Aun.221 W. 57th St. (19)Three fit- hotels.

American Institute of Steel Con-struct:Ion, Inc.101 P4k Ave. (17)seven Almeon the uses of steel. )

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American Jewish Joint Distribu-tion CommitteePublicity Dept.3 E. 54th St. (22)One fatneducational.

American Leprosy Missions, Inc.158 Fifth Ave. (10)Eight films informational

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American Management Assn.1515 Broadway (36)Tulo filmsinformational on labormanagement.

American Middle East Relief, Inc.Room 4824350 Fifth Ave. (1)Three filmson Paiestinian ArabreYugees.

American Museum of Natural His-tory Films79th St. and Central Park W. (24)Approximately 1,400 fit -*was-tional, primarily on natural historyand science.

American Petroleum Institute1270 Sixth Ave. (20)Eleven ftl,' a bout oil and the oilindustry.

American Physical Therapy Aun.1790 Broadway (19)One film on the work of physicaltherapists; distribution restrictedto schools, colleges, fond churchgrouPc

American President Lines29 BroadwayFour filmstravelogs describingthe passenger and freighter serviceof American President Lines; Ilia-tribution restricted to geoaraphioalregion.

American Society of Civil Enid-.nearsFilm Library83 W. 89th St. (18)Fifteen fit,.

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Design12 E. 41st St. (17)Approximately 30 films on interiordecoration, design, and architec-ture.

The American Society of Mechani-cal Engineers29 W. 89th St. (18)One filmon mechanical engineer-ing.

American Stock ExchangePublic Relations Dept.86 Trinity Pl.One filmon the story of theAmerican Stock Exchange.

Ameffan Zionist Council342 Madison Ave. (17)Eight filmsabout Israel.

Anaconda Co.Advertising Dept.25 Broadway (4)Two fil in copper mining,smelting, and refining.

ANA-NLN Film Library267 W. 25th St. (1)Approximately 50 ft/mi.ins true-Gould, general; also some films onnurse recruitment.

Anti-Defamation League of B'naiB'rithNew York Regional Office20 W. 40th St. (18)Approximateli U films educa-tional and religious, primarily onintercultural understanding ; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Arco Films2390 Broadway (24)Approximately io0 filmseduca-tional.

Asbestoo-Cemetit Products Assn.509 Madison Ave. (22)Titres libninstrietional on build-ing materials.

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Associated Bulb Growers of Hol-land, Inc.29 BroadwayFour Aimson gardening.

Athena Films, Inc.165 W. 46th St. (36)Approximately 30 fil tertain.ment, educational, and religious.

Audio Film Center101 W. 31st St. (1)Approximately 2,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and reli-gious; distribution restricted toEastern United States.

Audio Productions, Inc.Film Center Bldg,630 Ninth Ave. (36)Approximately 200 fi2ms7----on in-dustrial safety and fire fighting.

Audivision Language TeachingService74 Trinity Pl. (6)One filmon the Spanish language.

Australian News and InformationBureau686 Fifth Ave. (20)Approximately 200 filmsenter-tainment shorts, and educationalabout Australia.

Aztecs Films, Inc.1564 Broadway (86)Approximately 250 filmsenter-tainment and religious featureswith Spanish dialogue; distributionrestricted to Midwest and EasternStates.

The Babcock & Wilcox Co.161 E. 42d St. (17)Four fil nstructional.

Bates Manuiacturing Co.30 Vesey St. (7)Two filmsclassroom, on sales-manship and purchasing.

The itaumritter Co., Inc.Advertising Dept.171 Madison Ave. (16)One jiltseducational.

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Bicycle Institute of America122 lc. 42d St.One film---on bicycle safety.

Brandon Films, Inc.200 W. 67tb St. (19)Approximately 1,500 filmsenter-tainment and educational on music,art, and the dance; also foreignlanguage films.

Bray Studios, Inc.729 Seventh Ave. (19)Approximately 750 fit,tional, entertainment and spots--sored, including some Spanishfilms.

Bureau of Communication Re-search, Inc;13 E. 37th St (16)Approximately 4S00 ft/maenter-tainment, educational, and spewcored.

A. M. Ayers Co.30 Rockefeller Plaza (20)Two filmson wrought iron andsnow melting.

Campus Film Distributors Corp.14 E. 534 St. (22)Four films on mental health.

Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picture Library

-630 Fifth Ave. (22)Approximately 10 fit,meat and educational.

Canadian Pacific Railway Co.Public lielations Office681 Fifth Ave. (17)Approximately 15 filmsall trove,logs; distribution rest togeographical region.

Canadian Travel Film LibrariesSuite 658680 Fifth Ave.

Approximateiy 115 films on Ca-nadian travel and wildlife; distri-bution restricted to States east ofthe Mississippi River.

Carlin Films, Inc.450 W. 66th St. (19)Eighteen ftims----primarily tray.-logs.

John R. Cassell Co., Inc.110 W. 42d St. (36)One filmeducationai; 'distributionrestricted to schools, colleges, andindustry.

Catholic Motion Pict** Enter-prises2040 Chatterton Ave. (72)Approximately 150 fameenter-tainment, educational and religious.

Cejwin Camps71 W. 47th St.Three- filmsinformational and re-ligious.

Celtic Films747 Madison Ave.Two filmsabout Ireland.

Central Camera4Shop805 Melrose Ave.Approximately 400 filmsenter-tainment shorts, features, and in-formational; distribution restrictedto immediate neighborhood.

Children's Aid Society106 E. 224 St (10)Three filmeabout .children andthe work of the Society.

The Christophers Movement18 E. 48th St. (17)Approximately SO fit- ftional and religious. -

Cinema 16175 Lexington Ave. (16)Approximately 110 filmeUuoa-tional, including many esperi-mental and set Ans.

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Civil Defense Research Assn., Inc.475 Fifth Ave. (17)Five fameeducational on civilianand industrial protection.

Clay-Adams, Inc.141 E. 25th StTwo films medical; distributionrestricted to medical profession.Compressed Air & Gas Institute122 E. 424 St. (17)One film on production efficiency.Congregational Christian ChurchesDepartment of Visual Aids287 Fourth Ave. (10)Approximately 100 filmseduca-tional and religious.

Contemporary Films, Inc.13 E. 87th St. (16)Approximately 1,500 fit Ater-tainment and educational, includ-ing foreign language, mentalhealth, and children's films.

Maya Doren61 Morton St. (14)Six III- 'Mental art films.Louis De Rochemont AuociatesFilm Library18 E. 87th St. (16)Three fit tertainment, educa-Nona', and religious.Doho Chemical Corp.100 Varick St. (18)Seventeen filmson otology,,ology, ;Proctology, and obstetrics;distribution restricted to medicalgroups.

Donnell Library CenterFilm ServiceThe New York Public Library20 W. 58d St. (19)Approximately 100 fit.. idsoca-

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times" and natural; distributionrestricted to area served by theNew York Public Library.Dynamic Films, Inc.405 Park Ave. (24)Approximately 15 filmsenter-tainment shorts, educational, andreligious.

Eastman Chemical Products, Inc.260 Madison Ave. (16)Two filmsinformational.Edited Pictures Systems, Inc.165 W. 46th St. (19)Approximately 850 filmsenter-taittment shorts and classroom.

Editorial Films, Inc.10 E. 40th St. (16)Approximately 20 filmsinforma-tional, primarily for TV use.

Empire State Building Corp.Busineu Promotion Dept.850 Fifth Ave. (1)One film entertainment and in-formational.

Encyclopaedia Britannic& Films,Inc.Regional Office202 E. 44th St. (17)Approximately 800 filmseduca-tionai, primarily classroom; distri-bution restricted to geographicalregion.

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Federation of Jewish Philanthro-pies of New YorkPublic Education Dept.180 E. 59th St.. (2)Twelve films on .the work of theFederation.

Field & Stream MagazineMotion Picture Library680 Fifth Ave. (36)Approximately 40 filmsenter-tainment shorts on hunting andfishing.

Film Features, Inc.1600 Broadway (19)Eleven Pits educational prima-rily on rehabilitation.

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74inment, educational, and span-eared; distribution restricted toEast Coasteetit-es, West Virginia,and Pennsylvania.

Film Images, Inc.1860 Broadway (19)Approximately 150 filmseduca-tional (adult).

Films, Inc.202. E. 44th St. (17)Approximately 1,600 filmsenter-tainment,, educational, and reli-gious.

Films of the Nations62 W. 45th St. (36)A pproximate y 150 filmsenter-tainment, travel, documentary, edu-cational, and sponsored.

Finnish National Travel Office41 E. bOth St. (22)Fourteen films information& onFinland.

Edgar P. Fleischmann, M.D.12 E. 68th St. (21)One filmmedical.Ford Foundation477 Madison Ave. (22)Two filmseducational.

Ford Motor Co.Film Library16 E. 52d St. (22)Approximately 50 filmstravelogseducational, and industrial.

The Fragrance Foundationc/o Editorial Films10 E. 40th St.One filmeducational.

Gaines Dog Research Center250 Park Ave. (17)Twelve filmsinformational aboutdogs.

General Motors Corp.Public Relations StaffFilm Library1775 Broadway (19)Affproximately 65 fiimseduca.tidnal, all sponsored.

German Tourist Information Office600 Fifth Ave. (36)'Approximately 16 Nineenter.

Giannini Film LibraryInstitute of the AeronauticalSciences2 E. 64th St. (21)Forty-five films educational onaeronautical sciences.

Girl Scouts of the U. S. A.r Audio-Visual Aids Service830 Third Ave. (22)Fifteen films about the GirlScouts.

Glass Container Mfrs. Institute99 Park Ave. (16)One film on the mantactur. ofglass containers.

The Gruen Watch Co.'Film Dept. Ap

630 Fifth Ave. (20)Two famseducationai on tke his-tory of time and the repair 9fwatches.

Gryphon Productions117 Greene St. (12)Nine films-4rt and experimentalfilms.

Guest,Airways60 E. 42d St.Two famsone on Mexico aon !icapuloo.

Gull Oil Corp.17 Battery Pl. (4)Twenty films primarily tray-eldge.

Hadassah Film Library13 E. 87th St. (16)Twenty filmsabout Israel and theBible.

Health & Welfare Materials Center10 E. 44th St.Ay, flimson medical and socialwelfare,

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Hoffberg PrOductions, Inc.362 W. 44th St. (18)Approximately 130 famsenter-tainment, educational, and raid.pious.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.233-239 W. 424 St.. (36)A pproximately 6,000 films--enter-tainment, educational, religiousand sponsors&

Imperial Chemical Industries(New York), Ltd.488 Madison Ave. (22)Approximately 100rill/ on medical subjects, some agri-cultural and scientific.

Institute for the Crippled and Dis-abledPublic Relations Dept.400 First Ave. (10)Three fama--.-on rehabilitation ofthe handicapped.

Institute of Life Insurance488 Madison Ave. (22)Five filmsabout life insurance.

Institute of Makers of Explosives250 E. 43d St. (17)One film on explosives.

Institute of Visual Training40 E. 40th St. (17)Approximately SO flimion salestraining, educational, and spon-sored.

Institutional Cinema Service, Inc.1560 Broadway (19)Approximately 5,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational and rçligious.

International Film FoundationJulien Bryan1 E. 41st St.Approximately 50 Thna doceu-mentaries on countrks and peoples.

International Ladies' GarmentWorkers' UnionEducational Dept.1710 Broadway (19)

Approximately 80 filmsprima-rily about labor unions and the1LGWU.

International Paper Co.Public Relations Dept.220 E. 424 St. (17)Three filmsinformational.International Rehabilitation FilmLibraryInternational Society for the Wel-fare of Cripples701 First Ave. (17)Approrimately 130 filmsdealingwith services for the physicallyhandicapped aroughout the world.

International 16mm Corp.165 W. 46th St. (36)Approximately SO filmsenter-tainment shorts and educational,including musical and scenic filmsof other countries.

Israel Office of Information11 E. 70th St.Fifteen filmsabout Israel.

Lwis Jacobs41 W. 47th St. (36)Four films on art, poetry, andsculpture.

Japan Tourist Assn.10 Rockefeller Plaza (20)Approximately SO films---instruc-tional and informational; distribu-tion restricted to East Coast.

Jewish Education Film Library13 E. 37th St.Approximately 100 filmsecluca-tional and religious.

Jewish Memorial HospitalBroadway and 196th St. (84)One filmeducational.

Junior Hadassah65 E. 52d St. (22)One filmesducational.

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines430 Park Ave.Nine flintstravelogs ; distribution

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Victor Kayfetz Productions, Inc.Golden Snowball Dept.1780 BroadwayEleven MIRA informittionAl; primarily for TV use.

King Cole Projection Service, Inc.67 Lexington Ave. (10)Approximately 100 films---enttainment shorts, educational, re-ligious and rponsored.

Paul W. Lapidus, M.D.1133 Park Ave. (28)OlultimvritedioaL

Leather Industries of America, Inc.411 Fifth Ave. (16)One fam--eduastionist.

Lexington School for the Deaf904 Lexington Ave. (21)Two films informational aboutthe education of deaf children.

Linde Co.Division Union Carbide Corp.80 E. 42d St. (17)Eight filmsinstructional; distri-bution restricted to schools, out-loges, and industry.Lufthansa German AirlinesMb Fifth Ave. (17)Ono filmtravelog on Germany.

Aagazine Aivertising Bureau271 Madison Ave. (16)One fam---on magazine advertising.

Walter Maggre Co., Inc.60 E. 424 St.One fil formate

Matson Lines630 Fifth Ave. (20)Ono fti, # bout Hawaii.

Medical Film Guild, Ltd.,506 W. 67th St. (19)Approximately 10 filmeon medi-cal and &pharmaceutical subjects.

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Mental Health Film BoardFilm Service Dept..267 W. 2,6tt St.Twenty filmeon mental health.

Mental Health Materials Center,Inc.1790 Broadway (19)Approximately 80 filmson mentniHealtk.

The Methodist Publishing HouseAudio-Visual Dept.160 Fifth Ave. (11)

pproxima telt/ I ,500 Jvna---prima-rily religious, but also secular edu-cational and entertainment tub-jects; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Metropolitan Life \Insurance Co.1 Madison Ave. (10)Fire filme--eduoationai and epos-scrod*

Mizrachi Women's Organization cdAmerica242 Fourth Ave, (8)Five famadbout Israel.

Modern Talking Picture Service,

Headquarter's Office3 E. 64th St. (20)Approrienately 600 fame---eduoa.tionai and informational; all spon-sorbed films; requests directed toappropriate film exchange.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.21 W, 60th St. (23)Approximately 600 itima-A-eduoa.tionai and informational, ail spon-sored /dins; distribution restrictedto gogrepkicat region.

Mogull'a, Inc.112-114 W. 48th St. (88)Approximately .4,500 filmeon art,music, medicine, and foreig* lan//wages.

Museum of Modern ArtFilm Library11 W. 63d St (19)

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National Academy for Adult Jew-ish Studies1109 Fifth Ave.Approximately 50 filmson Jewishlife. anti tkought.

National,Association for MentalMealth13 E. 37th St. (16)Approximately 150 filmsmental kiaith ntbjects.

National Association of Engine &Boat MfT1L420 Lexington Ave. (17)seven filmson rsertiationa4) boat-

National Association of Manufac-tureiziFa4- Bureau2 E. 48th St. (17)Approximately 200 filmseduca-tional and sponsored.

National Audubon SocietyPhoto and Film Dept.1130 Fifth Ave. (28)Approximately., 75 PM, atmrutbirds, wildlife, and oonservation.National Board of Fire Under-writersFilm LibraryBureau of Communications Ra-search, Inc.18 E. 87th St. (17)Approximately 2,000 POI1-011 firs,and their prevention.

National Carbon Co.Division of Union garbide Corp.BLE. 42d St. (17)Two films informational aboutcarbon.

National Cinema Service71 Dey St. (7)Approsimately 8,000 filmsenter-tainment skortsLandrliaturss, edu-cation& and religious.

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National Committee for LaborIsrael83 E. 67th St. (21)Six itima.educationai,

National Conference of Christiansand Jews43 W. 57th St. (19)Approximately 16 filmson racialand religious Understanding.

National Council of ethe EpiscopalChurchAudio-Visual Film (Library281 Fourth Ave. (10)Approximately 460 fitnieprima:rily religious with special refer-ent). to missions.

National Educational Films, Inc.165 W. 46th St (19)Five filmson golfing.

National. Electrical ManufacturersAssn.165 E. 44th St.Two faM1P-011 electrical work.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis, Inc.801 E. 424 St. (17)Eight films informational and

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National Lead Co.Doehler-Jarvis Div.111 Broadway (6)One ftimon die casting.

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National Multiple Sclerosis SocietyPublic Relations Dipt25, Fourth Ave. (10)One fam---on multiple sclerosis.

National Society for the Preven-tion of Blindness, Inc.1790 Broadway (19)Seventeen films o* the proven-tion of blindness and conservationof sight.

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National Tuberculosis Assn.1790 Broadway '(19)Approximately 20 films abouttuberculosis; distribution madethrough State and local tubercu-losis associations.

Near East College Aun.4,0 Worth St. (13)no filmsinformational aboutthe Atwican University of &end,Lebanor and Athens College ofAthens, Go:6es.

Ted Nemeth Studios729 Seventh Ave. (19)Approximately SO filmsentertain-ment shorts, instructional, andin f ormatenal.

New York City Cancer Committeeof the American Cancer Society,Inc..7 E. 52d St. (22)Approximately 85 filmson cancerand cancer prevention, for lay andprofessional audiences; distribu-tion restricted to Manhattan andthe Bronx.

New York Municipal BroadcastingSystemTV and Motion Picture UnitMunicipal Bldg. (7)Approximately tO films educa-tional.

New York Skin and Cancer UnitNineteenth St. and Second Ave. (3)One famon allergic skin diseases;for medical audiences.

New York Telephone Co.140 West St.- (7)Approximately 75 filmsinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany office*.

New York Tuberculosis and HealthAssn.

6 Fourth Ave. (16)oxitnately 100 filmson tw-

berculosis and selected healthtopics; distribtition restricted toManhattan.

New York UniversityFilm Library26 Washington Pl. (3)Approximately 800 filmseduca-tional.

Norwegian Information ServiceNorway House290 Madison Ave. (17)Approximately 30 filmsinforma-tional about Norway.

Nu-Art Films, Inc.247 W. 46th St. (36)Approximately 1,500 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious andsponsored.

Peerless Camera StoresFilm Rental Dept.138 E. 44th St.Approximately 3,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and reli-gious.

Pie Films, Inc.250 W. 57th St. (19)Approximately 30 filmsentertain-ment and educational.

Pictura Films Corp.487 Park Ave. (22)Approximately 100 filmseduca-tional.

Pioneer WomenWomen's Labor Zionist Organiza-tion29 E. 22d St. (10)Three filmseducational; distribu-tion restricted to adult groups.

Presbyterian Distribution Service166 Fifth Ave. ( ,

Approximately : 4i msall reli-gious; distribution restricted togeographical region.

The Princeton Television Center,Inc.270 Park Ave.Approximately 500 filmsenter-tainment shorts, educational, andsponsored.

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La Province de Quebec TravelInformation Bureau48 Rockefeller PlazaApproximately 50 filmsinforma-tional about the Province ofQuebec.

Radiant FilmsFilm Dept.358 W. 44th St. ,4 4-44

Approximately 150 films travelogton foreign countries.'

Religious Film Libraries17 Park PL (7)Approximately 300 filmsall reli-gious.

Remington Rand Division of SperryRand Corp. rx

315 Fourth Ave. (10)Approximately 20 filmsinstruc-tional on business machines andequipment.

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Research Methods Co.200 W. 57th St. (19)One filmon weather.'

Riken Optical Industries, LW.521 Fifth Ave.One filminformational on pho-tography.

Rothacker, Inc.729 Seventh Ave. (19)Ten films--educational and spon-sored. 1

Rural Research Institute, Inc.500 Fifth Ave. (36)Two filmson recreation.

Sabena Belgian World Airlines720 Fifth Ave. (19)Approximately 25 filmsprimarilytravelogs.

Savings Banks Association o eState of New York110 E. 42d St. (17)Ten films----on economics and say-

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Seamen's Church Institute of NewYorkPublicity Dept.25 South St. (4)One film on the services of theSeamel's Church Institute.

Select Film Library138 E. 44th St. (47)Approximatelit, 230 filmsenter-tainment shorts, educational, andreligious. g

Shell Oil Co.Film Library50 W. 50th St. (20)Approximately 25 films educa-

"tional about the oil industry andrelated subj,ts.Shilin Film Service Corp.450 W. 56th St. (191,Eight films---on American Indians.

Sinclair Refining Co.Att: Farm Sales600 Fifth Ave. (20')Six filmseducational on agricul-ture; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturers Agency561 Broadway (12)Five fams.-41n sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restrictedto surrounding territory.

Skibo Productions, Inc.165 W. 46th St. (86)Approximately 100 filmsenter-tainment and educational.

Beverly Chew Smith, M.D.63 E. 84th St. (28)One film-Z.-surgical on amputations.Society f9r French American Cul-tural Services and Educational Aidp72 Fifth Ave. (21)Approximately 500 filmsoduca-tional, with either English orFrench commentaries, on theFrench language, (nature and art.

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Socony Mobil Oil Co., Inc.Film Library160 E. 42d St. (17)Seven filmson oil and the oilindustry; distribution restricted toEastern United States.

Southern Pacific Co.Public Relations Dept.165 BroadWar, Rm. 2210 (6)Five filmsako,tt railroads.A. G. Spabittig & Bros., Inc.161 Sixth Ave. (18)Three films on sports; distributionrestricted to geographical region.Squibb745 Fifth Ave.Approximately 100 filmson medi-cal subjects; distribution restrictedto professional medical groups.State Committee on Tuberculosisand Public HealthState Charities Aid Assn.105 E. 22d St. (10)Approximately 40 filmson tuber-culosis, heart disease, social kygiene, and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to New YorkState.

Sterling-Movies U. S. A.6 E. 39th St (16)Approximately. 125 filmsall bust:-ness sponsored.

Sun Dial Films, Inc.United Nations Plaza & 43d St.Tudor City (17)Four filmseducational.Tea Council of the U. S. A., Inc.500 Fifth Ave. (36)Five filmseducational about tea.Tandy Leather Co.8345 E. 14th St.Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

Tennis Educatibnal Foundation,Inc.120 Broadway (5)Twelve filmson tennis.

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The Texas Co.205 E. 42d St.Approximately SO filtne---primarilyabout oil and the oil industry, afew agricultural subjects.

Travel Counselors, Inc.11 W. 42d St. (86)Two filmstravelogs.

Tribune Films141 E. 44th St. (17)Approximately 100 filmseduca.tional, all sponsored.

Trident Films, Inc.1510 Madison Ave. (22)Five filmseducational.Robert Turell, M.D.22 E. 88d St.Two fams---medical.

Turf Research Foundation101 Park Ave.One tit- bout bluegrass.

Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc.161 Sixth Ave. (18)Three itints--on safety; distribu-tion restricted to East Coast.

United Air LinesSchool and College Service80 E. 42d St. (17)Eight filmson airplanes and airtravel.

United Israel AppealFilm Dept18 E. 66th St. (21)Approximately 15 ftlmsinfoninai.tional about Israel.

United Lutheran ChurchBoard of Foreign Missions231 Madison Ave. (16)Eleven filmsreligious.

United Nations Film and VisualInformation DivisionRoom 845United NationsApproximately 80 filmsinforniational about the United Nations.

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United States Brewers Foundation,Inc.535 Fifth Ave. (17)Thirty-five filmson the brewingindustry, alcoholittm, and employeerelations.

U. S. Army EngineersNorth Atlantic Division90 Church St. (7)Thirteen films on the construc-tion of dams and activities of theCoriiiiof Engineers.

U. S. Atomic Energy CommissionAd: Public Information OfficerNew York Operations Office70 Columbus Ave. (23)Approximately 80 filmson atomicenergy and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

U. S. Coast GuardThird Coast Guard DistrictCustom House (4)Approximately 15 filmson theCoast Guard and its activities; dis-tribution restricted to Third Coas.tGuard District.

U. S. Department of the ArmyCommanding General, First ArmyAtt: Signal OfficerGovernors Island (4)Approximately 710 films 250 pub-lic information and 480 trainingfilms; distribution of all films re-stricted to First Army Area; dis-tribution of training films re-stricted to educational institutionsat times when not in use by theArmy.

U. S. Department of the NavyCommandant, Third Naval DistrictAtt: Asst. for Public Information90 Church St. (7)Approximately 885 films-225 pub-lic information and 860 trainingfilms; distribution of all films re-stricted to Third Naval District;distribution of training films re-stricted to educational institutions

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U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division253 Broadway (7)Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to New York.

U. S. Electrical Motors90 West St. (16)Two filmson electrical motors.

United States Rubber CaAdvertising Dept.1230 Avenue of the Americas (20)Sixteen filmsentertainment, edu-cational and sponsored.

United States Steel Corp.New York Film Distribution Center71 Broadway (6)Approximately 25 filmsprima-rily on the manufacture and usesof steel.

United World Films, Inc.1445 Park Ave. (29)Approximately 6,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religiousand sponsored.

The Upjohn Co.40 Seventh Ave., S. (14)Thirteen films on medical andpharmaceutical subjects.

Marie P. Warner, M.D.20 W. 86th St.One fiimon contraceptive meth-ods; distribution restricted to pro-fessional medical groups.

Western Electric Co.Motion Picture Bureau195 Broadway (7)Approximately 10 filmsindustrial.

Willoughby's110 W. 82d St. (1)Approximately 1,500 famaenter-tainment shorts, features, and edu-cational; distribution restricted toSOOmile radius of New York City.

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Winthrop Laboratories1450 Broadway .(18)Approximately 20 filmsmedical;distribution restricted to medicalprofession.

vsWomen's American ORT222 Fourth Ave. (3)Three filmson vocational train-ing.

Vio4 Bureau, Inc.16 W. 46th St. (36)Approximately 25 ,filmsiiVorma-tional about sheep, sheep diseases,and wool processing.

World Affairs Center.Audio-Visual Dept.UN Plaza at 47th St. (17)Approximately 65 filmseduca-tional on international relations.World Wide Picturesg1 W. 60th St. (23)Fifteen filmsreligious.Wyeth Laboratories81 Spring St. (12)Approximately 15 filmson medi-cal subjects.

4Yale Univetsity Press Film Ser-vice, Inc.886 Fourth Ave. (16)Fifteen filmseducational, prima-rily classroom; distribution pri-marily restricted to schools andcolleges.

Yeshiva UniversityFilm Library526 W. 187th St. (3)Approximately 525 films prima-rily educational, also a few profes-sional medical films; distributionof medical films restricted to themedical profession.

Capt. William E. Young127 Lexington Ave. (16)One filmeducational.

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Fellowship PublicationsBox 271Six films informational and re.ligious.

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Ogdensburg DioceseParochial Schools622 Washington St.Approximately 55 filmsdistribu-tion restricted to Diocese.

OLEAN

Olean Public Schoolsiteproximately 150 filmsinstrue-tional; distribution restricted toOlean.

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State University Teachers CollegeOneonta Film ExchangeApproximately 450 filmseduca.tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to members of coopera-tive film library.

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American Cyanamid Co.Farm and Home DivisionTwenty-two filmsfor agriculturalgroups.

Lederle Laboratories DivisionAmerican Cyanamid Co.Twelve filmsfor medical groups.

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State University Teachers CollegeAdirondack Film LibraryApproximately 450 filmsedum-tional, sponsored, some entertain-ment; distribution restricted tomembers of cooperative film libraryin the Adirondack area.

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Homelite Corp.Two filmson chain saws.

Port Chester Public SchoolsApproximately 160 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toPort Chester Public Schools.

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Max Michael% Simon, M.D.96 Hooker Ave.One filmsurgical.

PURCHASE

Westchester Cancer Committee ofthe American Cancer SocietyCarl & Lily Pforzheimer MemorialBldg.Approximately 25 famsprima-rily on cancer and cancer preven-tion; distribution restricted toWestchester County.

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American Cancer SocietyNew York State Division, Inc.40 Franklin St. (14)Sevinteen films on cancer andcancer prevention, for lay and pro-fessional audiences; distributionrestricted to New York State.

Bausch & Lomb Opticil Co.635 St. Paul St. (2)Two filmion optics and micro-scopes.

Colgate-Rochester Divinity School(20)One filmon training for theministry; distribution primgrilir toschools, colleges, and churches.

Jamel E. Duncan, Inc.The Audio-Visual Centre139 N. Union St. (6)Approximately 1,200 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored; distribution re-stricted to New York State.

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Eastman Kodak Co.Audio-Visual Service343 State St. (4)Approximately 20 filmseduca-tional on various aspects of pho-tography and manufacture of pho-tographic materials.

Eastman Kodak Co.Military and Special ProductsSales Division (4)One film educational on opticalgaging.

The_ Holoid Co.Film Distribution Dept.P. 0. Box 1640 (3)Fifteen films instructional onxerography and xerox equipment.

Samuel Kanther Film Exchange36 Corinthian St.Approximately 1 ,500 filmsenter-tainment.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis36 Winthrop St.Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

Optical Gaging Products, Inc.26 Forbes St. (11)One filminstructional.

Rochester Board of EducationDepartment of Instructional Ma-terials13 Fitzhugh St., S. (14)Approximately 1 ,500 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toRochester public schools.

Rochester Film Libraries83 Jewell St..Approximately 250 filmseduca-tional and entertainment.

Rochester Public Library115 South Ave. (4)Approximately 2,200 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu.tion restricted to metropolitanRochester and for group use.

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Rockville Centre Public SchoolsThirty films instructional forclassroom use.

ROME

Rome Cable Corp.Three filmsindustrial.

RYE

Albee Enterprises1 Everett St.Approximately 150 filmsenter-tainment and educational.

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Saratoga Springs Public SchoolsTwenty.ons films educational, afew sponsored; distribution re-stricted to Saratoga Springs.

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady Public SchoolsAudi.*isual Dept.564 :iioadwayApprotimately 650 filmsprim4-rily instructional, some sponsored;distribution reitricted to Schenec-tady County.

U. S. Atomic Energy CommissionAtt: Public Information OfficeSchenectady Opirations OfficeP. 0. Box 1069Approximately 80 filmson atomicenergy and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

SEA CLIFF

Christ's MissionP. 0. Box 926Four fdmsreligious.

STATEN ISLAND

American Cancer SocietyStaten Island Division, Inc.204 Bay St. (1)

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SYRACUSE

American Bible SocietyAudio-Visual Dept.116 S. Salina St. (2)Approximately 10 filmsabout theBible and the program of th4American Bible Society.

Edward A. Battle & Co.107 E. Kennedy St. (5)Approximately 200 filmsenter-

stainment, religious and sponsorea.

J. I. Case Co.360 W. Jefferson St. (1)Approximately 15 filmsinforma-tional about agriculture; distribu-tion restricted to agricultural worein geographical region.

Lamson Corp. (1)Two filmson materials handlingequipment.

Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturing Trade Dept.825 S. Clinton St. (1)Five filmson sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restricted tosurrounding territory.

State UniversityCollege of Fortstry at SyracuseUniversityDepartment of Forest Extension(10) 'ears.

Approximately 40 films on for-(Batt?y; distribution restricted togroups in New York State.

Syracuse UniversityEducational Film Library (10)Approximately 2,000 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to New York andneighboring States.

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState Office288 W. Genesee. St.

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United World Free Film Service55 Middle Rd.Approximately SO filmseduce-tional and informational, all spon-sorod.

TROY

Troy Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Dept.1960 Burdett Ave.Approximately 115 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted tocommunity and primarily for class-room use.

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Tracy's Photographic Supplies467 Columbia St. (2)Approximately 500 -tainment, ducational., reli-gious.

Utica Film Exchange47 Brookline Dr. (8)Approximately 800 films.tainment, ducatiotal, and spon-sored; distribution restricted to S5miles.of Mies.

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New York State LibraryLibrary Extension DivisionRegional Library Service Center1050 Arsenal St.Approximately 450 filmseduce-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Lewis, Jefferson, andSt. Lawrence Counties.

Watertown Public SchoolsApproximately 40 films--kstruci-tional; distribution restrietml toWatertown Public Schools.

WHITE PLAINS

Board of Education5 Homeside LaneApproximately 550 filmseduce-tional; distribution restricted toWhite Plains patio schools andcivic groups.

Tandy Leather Co.94 E. Post Rd.Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

YONKERS

Catholic Film Center29 Salem Way (8)Approximately 1,000 Aneellh.Yonkers Public LibraryTwelve film ftribution restricted to adult resi-dente of Yonkors.

North CorollasASHEVILLE

Asheville Public SchoolsApproximately 500 filmoi4swerste-tional; distribution primarily forAsheville Public Schools.Buncombe County SchoolsApproximatoly 115 filmaeduosNoma; .distributia rest toBunoombs Constr.Pack Memorial Public LibrarySix Aims monthly through filin

circuit of the North Carolina StateLibrary and the University ofNorth Cara', dues distribution reetricied to groups inAsheville and ilunoombe County.

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Burlington City SchoolsApprosimitely B15 Ainse--instnaos`Hanoi; distribution rest toBurlington City &hook.

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Moore County SchoolsApproximately 135 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toschopts of Moore County.

CHAPEL HILL

University of North CarolinaBureau of Audio-Visual EducationA pproximately 1,500 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion primarily in Nor lh Carolina.

CHARLOTTE

Baptist Book Store315 N. College gt. (2)Approzimately SOO filmsprima-rily religious; distribution re-stricted to Western North Caralina.

J. I. Case Co.P. 0. Box 8036Approximately 15 filntsinforma-tional about agriculture; distribu-tion restricted to agricultural usersin geographical region.

Charlotte City and MechlenburgCounty Public SchoolsApproximately 2,450 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toschools and colleges in Charlotteand Mecklenburg County.

Christian Film Service1302 'E. Fourth St.Approximately 350 films rail*gious; distribution restricted tochurches.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.601 N. College St. (6)Approximately 800 filmseduca-tional and informational; all spon-sored films; distribution restrictedto geographical regiolNational Conference of Christiansand Jews121 E. Third St. (2)

Approximately 15 fams----on racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geograpiti-oal region.

Public Library310 N. Tryon St. (2)Approximately SOO filmseduca-tional and sponsored; \distributionrestricted to Charlotte and Meck-lenburg Counties.

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Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturers Agency1514 Hutchinson Ave. (6) ,Five fiintson sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restricted tosurrounding territory.

Southern Bell Telephone and Tele-graph Co.Jefferson Standard Life Bldg.P. 0. Box 240 (1)Approximately 75 fameinforma-tional and public relations; request .

films through local telephone corn-pany offica.

Tandy Leather Co.228 N. CollegeFour fasts on leatitercraft andcarving.

CONCORD

Concord City SchoolsApproximately 290 .filmsinstruo-tional; distributiott restricted toCabarrus County and Concord pub-lic schools.

Cabarrus County SchoolsApproximatik 300 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toCabarrus County and Colbord pub-lie sChools.

Concord Public LibrarySix films monthly through a /Umcircuit of the 4tate Library Conk-mission and the University ofNorth Carolina----educationat; dis-tribution restricted to adult group.in Concord and Cabairsts County.

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Western Carolina CollegeApproximately 115 filmsenter-tainment shorts and educational.

DOBSON

Surry County SchoolsApproximately 55 filmsinstruc-tional ; distribution restricted toSurry County Schools.

DURHAM

J. Lamar Callaway, M.D.Duke UniversityTwo filmson medical subjects.

Durham County SchoolsApproximately 215 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted toDurham County Schools.

Stanford L. Warren Public LibrarySix films monthly through a filmcircuit of the State Library Com-mission and the University ofNorth Carolinaeducational; dis-tribution restricted to adult groupsin Durham.

ELIZABETH CITY

Elizabeth City SchoolsApproximately 100 famsinstruc-tional; Attribution restricted toElizabeth City, Pasquotank Countyand immediate area.

FAYE7EVILLE

Fayetteville City Schools, Audio-Visual Aids

Approximately 175 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toFayetteville public schools.

GASTONIA

Gaston County Public LibrarySix gm monthly through a filocircuit of the North Carolina PublicLibraries, the State Library Com-

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Gaston County SchoolsApproximately 80 filmsenter-tainment and educational; distri.bution restricted to Gaston County.

GATESVILLE

Gates County SchoolsApproximately 55 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toGates County Schools.

GOLDSBORO

Wayne County SchoolsApproximately 55 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toWayne County Schools.

GREENSBORO

Agricultural and Technical Collegeof North CarolinaApproximately 165 fiima instruc-tional ; distribution primarily forcampus use.

Greensboro Public LibrarySix films monthly -through a filmcircuit of the State Library Com-mission and the University ofNorth Carolinaeducational.

Greensboro Public Schools501 Asheboro St.Approximately 1,000 fil -duce-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Greensboro Pub-lic Schools.

Guilford County SchoolsApproximately silo famsinstruc-tio-na1; distribution primarily re-stricted to Guilford County schoolsystem.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews907 Southeastern Bldg.Approxatately 15 fil racial

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U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds DivisiOn210 U. S. Post Office and Court-house Bldg.Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to North Caro-Ifna.

HALIFAX

Halifax County SchoolsApproximately 100 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toHalifax County Schools.L.

HENDERSON

Henderson City SchoolsApproximately 85 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toschools.

Vance County SchoolsApproximately 50 fams--educa-tiona distribution restricted toVance County Schools.

HENDERSONVILLE

Henderson County SchoolsApproximately 155 films.all class-room; distribution restricted toHenderson County Schools.

Hendersonville City SchoolsApproximately -90 films class-room; distribution restricted toHendersonville City Sekeols.

HERTFORD

Perquimans County SchooliThirty 111mseducational and re-ligious; distribution restricted toPerquimans County Schools.

HICKORY

Hickory City SchoolsApproximately 150 flintseduca-

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HIGH POINT

High Point Public SchoolsApproximately 40 filmseduca-tional; distribution primarily toHigh Point Public Schools.

JACKSONVILLE

Onslow County SchoolsApproximately 120 ftlms---educa-tional; distribution restricted toOnslow County public schools.

LAURINIURG

Scotland County Memorial LibrarySix films monthly through a filmcircuit of tke State Library Com-miseion and tke University ofNorth Carolinaeducational.

LENOIR

Caldwell County/Public LibraryApproximately 17p filmsenter-tainment shorts and educational;distribution restricted to CaldwellCounty.

LEXINGTON

Davidson County Schools ---

Approximately 180 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toDavidson County schools and com-munity agencies.

Five Dollar Films406 N. Greensboro St.Approximateli 750 filmsenter-tainment shorts and features.

Lexington City SchoolsApproxim4iy 85 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toLexington City Schools.

Piedmont Film ServiceBox 891Approximately IF ftlmirentor-'tainment shorts and features.

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LILLINGTON

Harnett County SchoolsApproximately 180 filmseduca-tional; distribfition restricted toHarnett County public schools.

LUMIERTON

Robeson County SchoolsApproximately 100 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toRobeson County School Administra-five Unit.

MADISON"ts

Madison High School LibraryA pproximately 100 filmsenter-tainment and educational; distribu-tion restricted to schools.

MARION

McDowell 'county SchoolsA pproxim4ely 85 fants--;-instrue-tional; distribution primarily re-stricted to public schools:

MARSHALL

Madison County SchoolsApproximately 40 filmeduoa-tional; distribution restricted toMadison County Schools and civicgroups.

MURPHY

Natahala Regional LibrarySix films monthly through a filmcircuit of the State Library Com-mission and the University ofNorth Carohnaeduostional; die-trOution restricted to librarypatrons.

NASHVILLE

Nash County SchoolsApproximately 185 rd fro: true-tional; distribution restricted toNash County School* and educa-tional organisations.

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New Bern Public SchoolsA pproximately 110 ftimoinstruo-tional; distributioln restricted toschools of the administrative unit.

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Cats County SchoolsAppro imately 80 fams---instguo-tional distribution restricted toschapla in Catawba County Unit.

PLYMOUTH

Washington County SchoolsA pproximately 50 filme--enter-tainment and educational; distri-buticra restricted to WashingtonCounty.

RALEIGH

Baptist Book Store328 W. Morgan St.Approximately 100 famoprima-rily religious; diatrition re-stricted to Eastern North Caro-lina.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis741 W. Johnson St.Eigkt tUrn. informational andeducational about polio.

National School and IndustrialCorp.National Film Service14 Glenwood Ave.Approximately 4,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored; distribution re-stricted to Southeastern States.

North Carolina Department ofConservation and DevelopmentState Advertising DivisionThree flims---informationtd aboutNorth Carolina.

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North Carolina State Board ofHealthCentral AdministrationThe Film LibraryApproximately 500 films onhealth and medical subjects; dis-tribution restricted to North Caro-lina.

Raleigh Public SchoolsApproximately SOO films -eduoa-tional; distribution restricted toRaleig)i Public Schools.

Raney LibrarySix films monthly through a filmcircuit of the State Library Com-mission and the University ofNorth Carolinaeducational; dis-tribution restricted to Raleigh andWake County.

State College of Agricuhure and.Engineering

pprorinta tely I PO fil main orma-tional ; distribution primari/yNorth Carolina.

State Director of Civil DefenseJefferson & Dale Sta.Approximately 40 Almson civildefense; distribution restriited toNorth Carolina.

State of North CarolinaDivision of Vocational Rehabilita-tionDepartment of Public InstructionFive filmson vocational rehabili-tation.

United World Free Film Service14 Glenwood Ave.Approximately 20 filmseduca-tioual and informational, all *pion-sored.

Wake County SchoolsApproximately 250 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toWake County Schools.

REIDSVILLE

Reidsville Public SchoolsInstructional Materials Center

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Approximately 150 filmseduce-tional; distribution restricted toReidsville Public Schools.

SANFORD

Lee County SchoolsA pproximately 135 Almsoduca.tional; distribution restricted toLee County Schools.

SHELBY

Cleveland County SchoolsApproximately 110 filmsprima-rily duttationai; distributionstricted to Cleveland CountySchools.

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Johnston County SchoolsApproximately /40 films-44:1ra-tional; distributiow restricted t4Johnston County Schools and civicgroups.

TAYLORVILLE

Alexander County SchoolsApproximately 55 msechute-tional; distribution restricted toAlexander County Schools andcivic groups.

THOMASVILLE

-.Thomasville Public SchoolsApproximately l0 filmseduce-tiona I; distribution restricted tolocal school system.

TRENTON

Jones County Board of EducationApproximately 55 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toJones County.

WASHINGTON

Beaufort County SchoolsApproximately 110 Pmeduca-tional; distribution restricted toBeaufort County Schools and civicgroup.-

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Haywood County Public LibrarySix films monthly through a filmcircuit of the State Library Com-mission and the University ofNorth CarolinaeduttationaI; dis-tribution restricted to HaywoodCounty.

WENTWORTH

Rockingham County SchoolsApproximats/y ItotionaI; distribution restricted toRockingham' County public schools.

WILMINGTON

Wilmington Public SchoolsA pproxima(44 1185 filmsprinus-

educational, some entertain.ment and religious; distributionrestricted according to Board. ofEducation regulations.

WILSON

Wilson City SchoolsApproximately 880 filmstional; distribution restricted toWilson City Scitools.

WINDSOR

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WINSTON-SALEM

Public Library of Winston-Salemand Forsyth CountyApproximatfly 65 films plus sixfilms monthly through a filmproject of the North CarolinaState Library and the Universityof North Caro1ina-4dur4tional;distribution restricted to residentsof Foreyth County.

Winston-Salem Film RentalService1634 Granite St.Approximately 3,000 films--enter-toinment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Winston-Salem Public SchoolsApprorimately 315 filmsinstruc-tional for classroom use; distribu.tion restricted to Winston-SalemPublic Schools.

WINTON

Hertford County SchoolsOffice Bldg. -

Approximately 100 'Idmseduca.tional; distribution restricted toHertford Gounty Scbools.

Nor% Dakota

National Foundation for InfantileParalysisroom 204Cowan Bldg.405 E. BroadwayHight films tional andeducational about polio.

Rued School ServiceBox 261Approximately 10 Omentertain-most, educational, and religious.

State Director of Civil DefenseFrain* BarracksApproximately SO itime,---on civil

defense; distribution restricted toNorth Dakota.

State Health DepartmentApproximately 210 gmson healthand nisdical subjects; distributionrestricted to North Dakota.

FARGO

Agricultural CollegeExtension ServiceDepartment of InformationApproximately 400 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to North Dakota,

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rican Cancer Societyorth Dakota Division, Inc.

610 Fourth Ave., N.Universal Bldg., Suite 502Approximately 50 filmsprimarily

43/1 cancer and cancer prevention;distribution restricted to NorthDakota.

J. I. Case Co.121 N. Pacific Ave.Approximately 15 famsinformae.1tional about agriculture; distribti-tion restricted to agricultural usersin geographical region.

Film LibrarkDivision of Supervised StudyState College StationApproximately 1,750 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious andsponsored.

Epko Film Service631 N. Pacific Ave.Approximately 400 filmsenter-tainment, religious, and sponsored.

Fargo Public Schools,Approximately 150 filmseduca44tional; distribution restricted toFargo Public Schools.

Northwestern Bell, Telephone Co.105 Fifth St., IT.Approximately 75 filmsinfornut-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone cam;pany offices.

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Akron Board of BducationDepartment of Visual AidsApproximately 920 films--7edtuia-

some sponsoied; disiribu-tiOit restricted tg Akron publicschools.

Akron Oublic LibraryGroup Ser4ee Dept. (8)'Approximqtely W ./Um11--trOdtre'tqinntimt, echvatiotat, religious,

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U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds.Division11734 BroadwaySeventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings f$onds; distribution restricted to North Dakota.

GRAND FORKS

National Conference of Christiansand Jews25 N. Fifth St.1110 Metropolitan Bldg.Approximately 15 filmson raoialand religious understanding; dis-tribt4tion restricted to geographicalregion.

State of 'North DakotaDivision-of Vocational Rehabilita-tiogUniversity StationTwo filmson vocational rehabili-

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United World Free Film Service319 E. Central Ave.Approximately 20 films educts-tional and informational, all spots-Bored.

RIVERDALE

U. S. 'Army EngintiersGarrison DistrictThree filmso% the &Instructionand progress of Garrison Dmn.

°and spolsored; distribution re-stricted to Summit County.

Bello4is Co. ).222 W. Market St. (9) ;Three fdmteducational.

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Inc.Motion Picture Dept1144 E. Market St.Approximately SO filltts---onttertaini.meld, echfoationai, and sponsored.

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University of AkronAudio-Visual Aids Dept. (4)Approximately 125 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toAkron and vicinity.

ALLIANCE

Alliance Public LibrarySixteen films plus 60 obtainedmonthly Arough the Regitral FilCircitit informational; distribu-tion restricted to Columbiana,Mahoning, and Stark Counties.

Alliance Public SchoolsApprorimately 250 filmsprima-rily educational; distribution re-stricted to Alliance Public Schools.

P. R. England70 E. Main St.Approximately 65 filmsprimarilyentertainment shorts.

BARBERTON

Babcock &Wilcox Co.,Miss Marie G. ShaferPublic RelationsFour filmsinstructional.

BELLAIRE

Bellaire Public SchoolsApproximately 75 films-v-e duca-tional; distribution restricted toBelmont Coun*,

BEXLEY.

Bexley Public LibraryApproximatek 345 filmseduca-tional, travel, juvenile, and enter-tainment; distribution restricted

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CANTON

Camera Center331 Cleveland Ave. (2)Approximately, 850 it nter-tainment, educational, r gious,and sponsored.

Canton Public SchoolsApproximately 1,025 films in-structional; distribution restrictedto Canton City public schooldistrict.

Republic Steel Corp.Berger ,D1v.Advertising Dept. (5)Two filmson steel products.

Visual Education Equipment811 Brown 4Ave., NW.Approximately 35 filmseduca-tional and religious; distributionrestricted to Stark County andvicinity.

CINCINNATI

American Bible SocietyAudio-Visual Dept.123 E. Sixth St. (2)Apvoximately 10 filmsabout theBible and the program of theAmericun Bible Society.

American Petroleum Institute802 Schmidt Bldg. (2)Elevin filmsabout oil and the oilindustry.

Birdsell Audio-Visual 'Co.2901 Glondora at W. University

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Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picture Library206 Dixie.Terminal Bldg.Approximately 20 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Canadian Pacific illifiway203 Dixie Teitninal Bldg. (2)Approximatly 15 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictfclto geographical region.

Cincinnati & Suburbap Tele-phone Co.229 E. Sixth St. (2)Apiiroximately 100 films informa-tional and public relations ; requestfilms throug,h local telephone com-pany offices.

Cincinnati Milling and GrindingMachines, Inc. (9)Three filnisinformational aboutmilling and grinding.

Cincinnati Public SchoolsVisual Aids ExchangeApproximately 1,300 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribution

aof educational films restricted toy,, Cincinnati Public Schools; spon.

sored films distributed to generalpublic of greater Cincinnati.Gruen Watch Co.Time HillTwo films--on watchmaking.

Ralph V. Haile & AssoNotes826 E. Fourth St. (2)Approximately 1,100 filmsenter-tainment and educational; distri-butioi restricted to a 50-mile radiusof Cincinnati.The Kroger,Co.36 E. Seventh St. (21Two filmseducational; distribu-

.tior restricted to States in Krogarterritory.Levy's Film i& Projection Service1648 Pullan Ave. (23)Approximately 135 filmsmiter.tqinment shorts, educational, reli.&U., and sponsored.

The MacGregor Co.Advertising Dept.4861 Spring Grove Ave. (32)One filmon sports.

The Wm. S. Merrell Qo. (15)Seven filmson medical subjectsand medico-legal problems; distri-bution primarily to the medicalprofession and closely allied groups,

The Methodist Publishing HouseAudio-Visual Dept.420 Plum St. (2)Approximately 1,500 filmsprima-rily religious but also seculireducational and entertainment sub-jects; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.9 'Garfield Pl. (2)Approximately 600 filmseduca-tional and informational, all spon-sored films; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews313 Keith Bldg. (2)Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Public Library of Cincinnati andHamilton Counts? (2)Approximately 1,000 filmsprima-rily informational, a few religiousand sponsored; distribution re-stricted to ilamilton County.

Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturers Agency16 W. Central Pkwy. (2)Five filmson sewing and sewinlmachines; distribution restrictedto 'surrounding territory.

Tandy Leather Co.911 Main, tit.,Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

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The Upjohn Co.4910 Para Dr.Thirteen filmson medical andpharmaceutical subjects.

imgU. S. Army EngineersOhio River DiyisionP.c O. Box 1159Fourteen filmson flood control,construction of dams, and activitiesof the Corps of Engineers.

U. S. Army EngineersOhio River Division Laboratories5851 Mariemont Ave.Mariemont (27)One filmon the construction ofan airfield pavement.

World Wide Pictures9 'Garfield Pl. (2)64cFifteen filmsreligious.

CLEVELAND

Academy Filo Service, Inc.2110 Payne sAyt. (14)Appro4m hi 700 filmsenter-tainment,. ..educiqional,-and sponsored.

Air France796 Union Commerce Bldg. (14)Four filmstravelogs.

AAldrican President LinesHan a Bldg.Four filmstravelogs describingthe p1uenger and freighter serv-ices of American President Lines;distribution restricted to geo-graphical region.

American Society for Metals7301 Euclid Ave. (3)Five filmson metallurgy.

American Stock, Yards Assn.1330 Terminal T9wer (13)Two filmsinfotmational, spon-sored.

Archer-Daniels-Midland Co.Foundry Products Div.Advertising Dept.2191 W. 110th St. (2) '

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Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picture Library1310 Terminal Tower Bldg.Approximately £0 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution yestrictedto geographical region.

Canadian Pacific Railway1038 Union Commerce Bldg. (14)Approximately 15 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Church School Pictures, Inc.1118 Walnut Ave. (14)ApproxiMately 900 filmsreligious,and entertainment shorts; distribu-tion restricted to 200-mile rafliusof Cleveland.

The Cleveland Area Heart Society1689 E. 115th St. (6)Twelve filmsinformational.

Cleveland Automobile Club2605 Euclid Ave.Approximately 150 filmseduca-tional on driver education andtraffic safety; distribution Ie .stricted to Portage, Cuyahoga,Loraine, Lake, and GeaugaCounties.

Cleveland Clinic (6)Fifteen filmson medical sub-jects; distribution restricted tothe meclical profession.

Oleveland District Dairy Council2010 E. 102dApproximately 40 filmsinstruc-tional and informational; distil.-bution restricted to geographicalregion.

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Cleveland Hearing & SpeechCenter11206 Euclid Ave. (6)Sixteen filmson the problems ofspeech and hearing.

Cleveland Mental Health Assn.1001 ,Iluron Rd. (16)Twen4-seven ftims educationalfor professional training ; distri-bution restricted to CuyahogaCounty.

Cleveland Public Libitry325 Superior Aye. (14)Approximately .0,000 filmsprima-rily edUcational, a few religiousand sponsored; distribution re-stricted to Cuyahoga County.

Cleveland Public SchoolsBureau of Visual Education2060 Stearns Rd. (6)Approxiwately* 2,475 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion .restricted to Cleveland Pub!icScitdols.

Clev.eland Twist Drill Co.Advertising Dept.1242 E. 4qth.St. (14)Two filmseducational on the USG)and care of twist drills andreamers.

Cuyahoga County Fqibl, LibraryAAudio-Visual Dept.

1150 W. Third St. (13)Approximately 155 filmseduca-ti4nal, some sponsored; distributioniestricted to Cuyahoga County.

Drop Forgin4, Assn..1121 Illuminating Bldg.66 Pgblic Sq. (13)One filmeducational.Harpster Audo-Visua1 Equipiient,Inc.13902 Euclid Ave; (12)Approximately 25 filmsentertain-ment and . sponsored; 'distribution ,

i!astrictell to NOtheastern Ohio.

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The Malleable Founders' SocietyUnion Commerce Bldg. X14)One filmon malleable iron.Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.1917 Euclid Ave. (15)Approximately 600 filmseduca-tional and informational, all spon-sored films; ._distribution restrictedto geographical region.

National Conference of Christiansand Jaws793 Union Commerce Bldg. (14)Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

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Ohio Bell Telephone ,Co.760 Huron Rd. (15)Approximately 75 filmsinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

B. W. Payne Films, Inc.1917 Euclid Ave. (16)Approximately 350 filmsenter-tainment and sponsored.

Republic Steel Corp.Steel and Tubes Div.Production Enginegr Dept.224 'E."131st St. (g)Four filtlson steel pr?ducts:k

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Three films on sports; distributionrestricted to geographical region.

The Standard Oil Co%, (Ohio.)Sales Dept.18th FloorMidland Bldg.Eleven filmsinformational; dis-tribution restricted to groups inOhio.

Sunray Films Co.2108 Payne Ave. (14)Approximately 1,800 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Tandy Leather Co.1278 Ontario St..Four films oncarving.

Dr. Charles I. ThomasCarnegie'Bldg.10515 Carnegie- Ave. (6)Seven"filmsmedical; distributiontrestricted to the Medical profession., /

Towmotor Corp.1226 E. 152d St. (10)One faineducational.

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U. S. Coast GuardNinth Coast Guard DistrictMain Post Office Bldg. (13)Approximately 15 filmson theCoast Gikard and its activities;distribution restricts d to NinthCoast Guard District.

United States gteel Corp.Clelveland ,Film Distribution CenterAmerican Steel & Wire DivisionRockeieller Bldg. (18)Approximately 25 filrlseprimarilyoti tippet manufacture and -uses ofsteel.

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United World Free Film Service2110 Payne Ave.Approximately 20 famseduca-tional and informational, allsponsored.

The Upjohn Co.1740 Chester Ave. (1)Thirteen filmson medical andpharmaceutical subjects.

Western Reserve UniversityAudio-Visual Center (6)Approximately 120 filmsinstrttc-tonal ; distribution restricted toniversity campus.

Willard Storage Battery Division246 E. 131st St. (1)One filmon the storage battery.

,Wyeth Laboratories17000 Waterloo Rd. (10)Approximately 15 filmson medi-cal subjects.

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS,

Cleviland Heights Public SchoolsApproximately 210 Al4---instrua-tional; 4istribution restricted totlevektnd Heighp schools. 44

coulibusAdvance Movie Service56$ E. North' BroadwayApproximately 100 filmsenterItdinment shorty., educational,: andsaf

Anti-Defamation League of JrnaiEVrithOhio-Kentucky Regional Office82 N. High St. (15)A'pproximatelji, 25 filmsecluass-tional and religiotis, prjmarily oninterculttiral understanding ;tribution restricted to geographicqlregion.

Baptist Book Store, 30 S. Fotirthilt. (15),

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Bartha Visual Education Service1946 N. High St.Approximately 750 filmsenter-tain4ent shorts and informational.

J. I. Case Co.1649 Olentangy Rd. (8)Approximately 15 filmsinforma-tional (abut agriculture.; distribu-tion restricted to agricultural usersin geographical region.

Columbus Film Rental879 Erickson Ave. (13)Approximately 2,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,ance sponsored.

41Columbus Public LibraryS. Grant St. (15)Approximately 915 filmseduca-tionta; distribution restricted toColumbus and Franklin Counties.

,Columbus Public School!'Approximately 700 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toColumbus Public Schools.

Eldridge ?lotion Pictures4145 N. High St. (14)Approximately 600 filmsenter-tainment shorts and features; dis-

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Encyclopaedia Britaltnica Films,Inc.4778 McAllister Ave. (13)Approxiinately 800 filmseduca-tional, rimarily classroom; distri-bution restricted to geographicalregion.

Grandview Heights Public Library1.685 W. First- Avc!. (12)ApproxiMately 809 films--enter-tainment shorts, educational, rett:gious, and sponsored; distribtflionrestricted to Franklin founty.

National Fouridation for Inflintile'Paralysis .

.40 W., Gay St.Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

Nationwide Insurance Co.246 N. High St. (16)Approximately 65 lmseducamtional, some sponsored.

Ohio Bell Telephone Co.246 N. High St. (15)Approximately 75 filmsinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

Ohio Department of Mental Hy-giene and CorrectionMental Hygiene InformationService (16)Approximately 175 filmseduca-tional for adults; distribution re-stricted to Ohio.

Ohio Department of Public Wel-fareRehabilitation Services for theBlind85 S. Washington Ave.,(15)Seven filmson the training andindustrial employment of blindworkers; distribution primarily re-stricted to Ohio.

Ohio Farm Bureau FederationFilm Service245 N. High St. (16)Approxirn;ately 100 filmsenter-tainment shorts, educational, andsponsored.

Ohio State Department of HealthApproximately 200 filmsmedical;distribution restricted to Ohio.

Ohio State UniversityAgricultural Extension Service

Approximately 75 filmson agri-cultural subjects; dis.tribution re-stricted to Ohio,county agents andrural organizations.

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iiltd related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Ohio.

PuNic Library96 S. Grant Ave. (15)Approximaiely 900 filmseduca-tional, religious, and sponsored;distribution restricted* to FranklinCo linty.

Religious Film Libraries'57 E., Main St. (15)Approximately 500 filmsprima-rily religious.

State Direct Or of Civil Defense(18)Approximately 30 filmson civildefense; distribution restricted toOhio. y 4

State of Ohio Del4tment of Edu-cationDfAsi9n of Audio-V1a1 EducationApprolkimately 2,000 flistPr-th-educa-tiottal, printarily classroom; distri-bution restrided to Ohio schools.Tandy Leather' Co.140 Gay St.F films on leathercraft andcarving.

S.. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Diyision416 New Post Office Bldg. (15)Seventeen bout the UnitedStates and Savings $onds; distrrbution restricted to Melo. 4 4

U. S. Soil Conservation Service'State Office222 Old Fedevil Bldg. (15)Apjyroximatelv films on soiland water conservation; distribu-tion rest14.04 toe Ohio.

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DAYTON

Dayton and Montgomery CountyPublic Library215 E. Third St. -(2)Approximately 40 films monDaythrough the Western Ohio FilmCircuit plus 38, films in own col-lection informational; dtiitribu-tion restricted to MontgontryCoiinty.

Religious Film LibrariesThe Otterbein PressDepartment of Audio Visuals252-254 W. Fifth St. (2)

iftA pproximhtely 600 films prima-rily religious, some educational.

South Petrk Foto Shop1021 Bro*nApproximately 200 filmsenter-tainment phorts and features; dis-tribution restricted to ONio.

Twyman Films, Inc.400 W. First St. (1)App'oximately 3,000 films-inter-tainment, educational, rehgious,and industrial training; distribu-tion primarily restricted to Mid-western States.

DEFIANCEdk

Defiance Public School,Approximately 35 fitin.slduca-tional.

DOVER

Dover Public ?LibraryApproximately 40 films monthly'through the Ohio Valley Regional

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East Cleveland Schools14121 Shaw Ave. (12)Approximately ISO films class-room; distribution and use ref-stricted to East Cleveland Schools.

EAST LIVERPOOL

East Liverpool Public SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterApproximately 65 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toEast Liverpool Public Schools.

ELYRIA

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Elyria Public SchoolsAudio-Visual AidsApproximately 1 to ytl uca-tional; distribution' rest toElyrit Pubhe Schools.

cUCLID

Euclid Public SchoolsApproximately 490 filmseduca-tional and spopored; distributionprimarily restricted to school useand **immunity organizations.

FINDLAY

The Ohio Oil Co.Public Relations Dept.Fifteen filmson the oil industry.

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Birchard Public LibraryApproximately 45 films per monththrough the Western Ohio FilmCircuit; distribution restricted toSandusky County.

GALLIPOLIS

Gallia County District LibraryApproximately 40 films monthlythrough the Ohio Valley RegionalFilm Circuitinformational; dis-tribution restricted to GalliaCounty.

GIRARD

Ohio Leather Co.1062 N. State St.One filmon the tanning and man-ufacture of leather.

HAMILTON

Ham' ton City School District33 ayton St.

pproximately SI'S films prima-rily educational, some entertain-ment shorts.

Lane Public LibraryApproximately 50 films monthlythrough the Western Ohio FilmCircuit plus 20 films in permanentcollectioninformational; distribu-tion restricted to Butler County.

KENTAN

Davey Tree Expert Co.Four filmson trees; distributionrestricted to Eastern United States.

Kent Free LibraryApproximately 35 films monthlythrough the phio Valley RegionalFilm Circuitinformational; dis-tribution restricted to PortageCounty.

Kent State UniversityAudio-Visual CenterApproximately 1,R00 feimseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribui.tion to universities and publicschools in Ohio.

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Austin Productions, Inc.Distribution Dept.Box 713Sixteen filmseducational.

Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton Corp.Advertising Dept.Construction Equipment Div.Four famsinformational.

Lima Public LibraryApproximately 45 films monthlythrough the Western Ohio FilmCircuit plus 18 films in permanentcollection informational; distri-bution restricted -to Lima, AllenCounty, and out-of-territory cardholders.

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Lima Public Schools719 N. JamesonApproximately 810 filmseduca-tional and religious; distributionrestricted to Lima.

Superior Coadt Corp.Two faiir---inttructiona.

LORAIN .

Lorain Public LibraryFilm Service ji

Approximately 45 films monthlythrough the Cleveland RegionalFilm Circuit educational andsponsored; distribution restrictedto Loraine County.

Lorain Public SchoolsApproxiniately 220 filmseduca-tional; . distribution restricted toLorain Public Schools.

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Fred Chamber.Approximittely ltif fihneanter-tainment and religious.

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South Euclid-Lyndhurst CitySchoolsFarnhurst Rd.Fifty-six films e4ucatiTnal; dis-tribution restricted to school slit-tem.

MANSFIELD

Ideal Pictures, Inc.137 Park Ave., W.Approximately 6,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

MARIETTA

Marietta Public LibraryApproximately 40 films montlilythrough the Ohio Valley RegionalFilm Circuit plus 7 films in perma-nent collectioninformational; dis-tribution restricted to 'WashingtonCounty.

MARTINS FERRY

Martine Ferry PuNic LibraryApproximately 40 films monthlythrough the Ohio Valley RegionalFilm Library Circuit ---, informs-tional; distribution restricted toBelmont County.

MASSILITON

M. H. Martin Co.1118 Lincoln Way, E.Approximately, 700 filmsenter-

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McARTHUR

The Ohio Apple Institute, Inc.1071/2 W. Main St.One filmim dental health; distri-bution restricted to Ohio.

MIDDLETOWN

Armco Drainage & Metal Products,Inc.College Programs Section703 CurtiS St.Eight filmseducational; distribu-tion primarily restrict& to engi-neering societies and colleges.

Middletown Free Public LibraryApproximately 40 em_senter-tainment horts, educational, andsponsored.

MOUNT VERNON

Mount Vernon Public SchoolsFilm Library CenterHigh School LibraryApproximately 70 filmseduca-tional; distribution to MountVernon Public Schools and re-stricted public use.

NEW PHILADELPHIA

New Philadelphia-TuscarawasCounty District LibraryFilm ServiceApylroximately 50 films, 45 ofwhich are obtained monthlythrough the Cleveland RegionalFilm Circuiteducational; distri-bution restricted to holders ofLibrary cards.

PAINESVICLE

Painesville Public SchoolsApproximately 40 films---instruc-tionftl; distribution restricted toPainesville' schools and related or-ganizations:

PARMA

Parma Public SchoolsApproximately 350 films--instrue-tional; distribution restricted toschools and colleges in the ParmaCity area.

PIQUA

Flesh Public LibraryApproximately 40 films monthlythrough the Western Ohio FilmCircuitinformational, some enter-tainment shorts; distribution re-stricted to holders of Library cards.

PORTSMOUTH

likt Evangel Press1220 Ninth St.Approximately 100 films---prima.rill/ religious and several shortcomedies.

U. S. Atomic Energy CommissionAtt.: Motion Picture LibraryPortsmouth Area OfficeP. 0. Box 268Approximately 80 films-aon atomicenergy and related subjects; distri-bution restricted to geographicalregion.

SANDUSKY

Sandusky 9brary Assn.Approximately 45 films monthlythrough the Cleveland RegionalFilm Circuit--entertainment shortsand informational; distribution re-stricted to holders of Library cardsin Erie County.'

SPRINGFIELD

Springfield Public SchoolsFilm LibraryApproximately 800 films---eduoa-tional, slime sponsored; distribu-tion reitricted to Springfield and

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Wittenberg College LibraryAudio-Visual Aids Dept.Approximately 45 filmsinforma-tional, religious, and sponiored;distribution primarily to churches.

STVUBENVILLE

Carnegie Public LibraryApproximately 50 films monthlythrough the Ohio Valley RegionalFilm Library Circuit plus smallpermanent collection entertain-ment and educational.

TIFFIN

Tiffin Public Library 'Assn.Approximately 45 films monthlythrough the Western Ohio FilmCircuit informational; distri6u-tion restrictcd to Seneca Corty.

TOLEDO

Champion Spark Plug Co. (1)Four films educational on themanufacture and uses of sparkplugs, and entertainment shorts onracing.

Cousino Visual Education Service,Inc.2107 Ashland Ave. (2)Approximately 1,400 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religiousand sponsored; distribution prima--rill/ restricted t Ohio and South-ern Michigan.

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.608 Madison Ave. (3One filmon the manufacture ofglass.

G. E. McLeary Co.419 Boston 11)1. (10)Approximately 200 filmsenter-

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Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp.National Bank Bldg.Six filmsexplaining the uses offibrous glass products.Gulf Oil Corp.P. a Box 946 (1)Twenty filmsprimarily travelogs).

Toledo ublic LibraryFilm325 Michi n St. (2)Approximately 750 films informa-tional, religious, and sponsored;distribution restrirted to LucasCounty and for non-school use.

Toledo Public SchoolsVisual Aids Dept.121 Southard Ave.Approximately 1,700 .filmseduea-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Tole& school district.

TWINSBURG

Twinsburg.Miller Corp.P. 0. Box SO7Two filmson roofing and water-progfing.

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Brumback LibraryApproximately 40 films monthlythrough the Western Ohio FilmCircuitinformational, some enter-tainment shorts; *distribution re-sericted to Van Wert County.

WARREN

Warren Public LibraryApproximately 55 films monthlythrough the First Cleveland Re--gional Film Circuiteducationa1;distribution restricted to TrumbullCounty.

- Warren Public SchoolsApproximately j 425 films7--educa-tional; distrib tion restricted toWarren city scAools.

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WOOSTER

Wooster Public LibraryFilm ServiceAilprorimately 90 films,which are

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YOUNGSTOWN

Republic Steel Corp.Truscon Steel Div.Advertising Dept..1315 Albert St:1 (1)One filmon building products.

ADA

Youngstown Board of EducationAudio-Visual Education Dept.20 W. Wood St. (3)Approximately 1 ,200 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and spon-sored; distribution primarily re.stricted to Youngstown publicschools.

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John McIntire Public LibraryApproximately 40 films monthlythrough the Ohio Valley RegionalFilm Library Circuit informa-tional; distribution restricted toMuskingum County.

Oklahoma

East Central &lite CollegeApproximately 800 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toOidalwma and neighboring States.

Pontotoc County Film Li4aryc/o Pontotoc County SchoolsApproximately 175 filmseduca-tionaL

ALTUS

Altus City SchoolsApproximately 75 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toJacksan County.

ALVA

Northwestern State C011egeAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 300 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and spon-so+d; distribution primarily re-stricted to Oklakomq.

Woods County School Fib, LibraryApproximately 140 filmseduca-tional.

ANADARKO

Caddo County Film LibraryApproximately 75 films--educa-tional; distribution restricted toCaddo County public schools.

ARDMORE

Ardmore City SchoolsFilm LibraryApproximately 80 filmseduca.tional; distribution restricted toArdmore schools.

Garter County SchoolsApproximately 205 filmsins t ruck-tional; distribution restricted toschool use.

BARTLESVILLE

Phillips Petroleum Co.Advertising and Public RelationsDept.Four filmsinformational. Nitosom

Washington County SchoolsApproximately 50 filmsentainment and instruztional.

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Cimarron County SchoolsApproximately 175 filmseduca-tional; distribution primarily re-stricted to county schools.

CHANDLER

Lincoln County SchoolsApproximately f 8 0 filmseduca-tional and entertainment.

CHEROKEE

Alfalfa County Film LibraryApproximately 160 filmseduca-tional and religious; distnbutionrestricted to Alfal a County.

CLAREMORE

Rogers County Film LibraryApproximately £.15 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and reli-gioys; distribution restricted to41401, County public schools.c-

DURANT -*.Southeastern State CollegeFilm DivisionApproximately 450 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion primarily restricted to Okla-homa.

Thompson Book & Supply Co.Fifth A-41. and College Blvd.

. Approxtimately 150 filmsenter-tainment; distribution primarilyrestricted to schools and colleges.

EDMOND

Central Stlite CollegeAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 590 films----reduaa-tional; distribution primarily re-striated to Oklahoma-

EL RENO

Canadian County SchoolsApproximately 155 filmseduca-tional and religiouS; distributionprimarily restricted to CanadianCounty Schools.

El Reno City SchoolsFilm LibraryApproximately 80 filmsinsf-tional; distribution restricted toEl Reno public ichools.

FAIRVIEW

Major County Film LibraryApproximately 70 filmsinstruc-tiorml; distribution restricted toMajor County.

FREDERICK

Tillman County SchoolsApproximately 400 films---educa-tional; distribution restricted toTillman County.

GOODWELL

Panhandle A and M CollegeApproximately 190 filmsclass-room; distribution primarily re-stricted to Oklahoma.

GUYMON

Texas County SchoolsApproximately 490 filmseduca-timal; distribution primarily re-stricted to County schools.

HOBARTop,

Kiowa Coiinty SchoolsApproximately 110 fihnsenter-tainment and educational; distri-bution restricted to Kiowa County.

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HOLLIS

Harmon County SchoolsApproximately 90 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution primarily re-stricted to schools.

HUGO

Hugo City SchoolsApproximately 55 films--enter-tainment and educational; distri-bution restricted to Hugo schooldistrict.

JAY

Delawate County SchoolsApproximately 40 filmsinstruc-tional.

KINGFISHER

Kingfisher County SchoolsApproximately 150 filmsinsiruc-tional; distribution restricted toKingfisher County.

LAWTON

aomanche County SchoolsApproximately 335 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Lawton City SchoolsApproximately 350/ filmsprima-rily educational; distribution re-stricted to Lawton public schools.

MADILL

Madill City SchoolsApproximately 40 films*-instrue-tional; distribution restricted toMarshall County.

MANGUM

Greer County Film LibraryApproximately 240 filmseduca-tional; distribution ristricted toGreer County schools.

McALESTER

Pittsburgh County SchoolsApproximately 25 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and spon-sored; distribution restricted toPittsburgh County.

MIAMI

Miami City SchoolsApproximately 55 filmsinstruc-tional.

MUSKOGEE

Holmes & Torbett, Inc.2902 Denver Ave.Approximately 250 filmseduca-tional and religious.

Muskogee City SchoolsApproximatiy 100 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionprimarily restricted to city schools.

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University of OklahomaExtension DivisionEducational Materials ServicesAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 3,000 filmseduca-tional, religious, and sponsored.

OKLAHOMA CITY

Amitrican Cancer SocietyOklahoma Division1401 NiRobinson St. (3)Approximately 20 filmson cancerfor both lay and professionalgroups; distribution restricted toOklahoma.

Baptist Book Store208 NW. Eleventh St. (3)Approximately 850 filmsprima-rily religious; distribution re-stricted to Oklahoma.

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Cori), Motion Picture Equipment522 N. Broaciway (2)Approximately- 200 filmsenter-tainment shorts and religious.

Interstate Oil Compvia CommissionP. 0. Box 3127One filminformational.

Dr. Joseph.W. Kelso625 NW. Eleventh St.Three filmsmedical; distributionrestricted to the medical profes-sion.

Kerr-McGee Oil Industries, Inc.Public Relations Dept.Kerr-McGee Bldg.Two filmseducational about oil.

Nitional Conference of Christiansand Jews310 Commerce Exchange Mdg. (2)Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious `Understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis408 Baptist Bldg.1141 'N. Robinson St.Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

Oklahoma City LibrariesFilm ServiceApproximately 125 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toOklahoma Cotinty.

Oklahoma City Public SchoolsVisual Education Division900 N. Klein Ave.Approximately 2,500 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Oklahoma Cityand Oklahoma County.

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Oklahoma County SchoolsApproximately 500 films educa-tional, a few entertainment; dis-tribution restricted to school use.-1

Oklahoma Department of Wildlifeonservation

State Capitol Bldg.,A pproximately 80 filmseduca-tional ; distribution restricted toOklahoma.

Oklahoma High School AthleticAssn.310 Oklahoma Natural Bldg. (2)Approximately 25 films onsports; distribution restricted tomember high schools in Oklahoma.

Oklahoma State Department ofHealthDivision of Health Education3400 N. Eastern (5)Appeoximately 1,200 films onhealth and medical subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Tuberculosis Assn.2442 N. Walnut St.P. O. Box 3303 (5)Approximately 40 filmson tuber.culosis and related subjects; distri-bution restricted to Oklahoma.

Santa Fe Film Bureau766 First National Bldg. (2)Approximately 20 filmstravelogs,railroad industry, and SouthwestIndian films.

Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.210 NW. Sixth t. (2)Approximately 75' filmsinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

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U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division606 Bankers Service Life Bldg.114 N. Broadway (I)Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and §avings bonds; distri-bution restricted to Oklahoma.United World Free Film Service2301 Classen Blvd.Approximately 20 filmseduca-tional and informational, all spon-sors&

Vaseco, tnc.23041 Classen Blvd. (6)Approximately 2 ,500 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

PONCA CITY

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PUTNAM CITY

Putnam City Schools6785 NW. 89th St.Approximately 80 filmsenter-tainment and educational; distri-bution restricts& to school use.

SAPULPA

Creek County SchoolsApproximately 125 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and reli-gious; distribution restricted toCreek County.

Sapulpa City SchoolsApproximately 50 filmsinstruc-tional ; distribution restricted toSapulpa.

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SHAWNEE

Pottawatomie County Film LibraryApproximately 315 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and reli-gious; distribution primarily re-stricted to Pottawatomie Countyschools.

STIGLER

Haskell County Schoolspproximately 70 filmsenter-

tainment, educational, and reli-gious; distribution restricted toHaskell County.

STILLWATER

Oklahoma State UniversityExtension ServiceApproximately 1,300 filmsprima.rily educatio n a I; distribution, re-stricted to Oklahoma.

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState OfficeApproximately 25 films on soil-and water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to Oklahoma.

TAHLEQUAH

Northeastern State CollegeAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 400 1E1mseduca-tional; distribution primarily re-. striated to Northeastern Okla-koma.

TULSA

American Petroleum Institute1014 Hunt Bldg. (8)Eleven filmsabout oil and the oilindustry.

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Kirkpatrick, Inc.1634 S. Boston Ave. (19)Approximately .2 40 filmsprima-rily entertainment, some educa-tional, religious, and sponsored;'distribution restricted to Tulsa.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews515 S. Denver (3)Approximately 15 films on racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Tandy Leather Co.R. 0. Box 897Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

Tulsa County Schools204 CourthouseApproximately 185 filmseduca-tional, religious, and some spon-sored; distribution primarily re-stricted to Tulsa County Schools.

Tulsa Public SchoolsApproximately 815 filmseduca-holm/ and sponsored; distribution

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WAUFfIKA

Jefferson County SchoOlsApproximately 35 films prima-'11rily educational, some entertain-ment shorts.

WEATHERFORD

Southwestern State CollegeAudio-Visual EducationApproximately 600 filmsprima-rily educational; distribution re-stricted to Oklahoma.

WELEETKA

Weleetka City ScboolsApproximately 60 filmsinstruc-tional.

WEWOKA

Seminole County Film LibraryApproximately 140 filmseduca-tional. ,

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EUGENE

Eugene Public SchoolsApproximately 500 films pri maily educational.

FOREST GROVE

Pacific UniversityEleven filmseducational; distrib-ution restricted to colleges anduniversities.

KLAMATH FALLS

Klamath County School DistrictApproximately 100 Mills educa-tional, some sponsora; distribu-tion restricted to Klamath Cduntypublic schools.

LA GRANDE

Eastern Oregon CollegeInstructional Materials CenterAudio-Visual Aids ServiceWalter M. Pierce LibraryApproximately f50 films educa-tional, entertainment, and spon-sored; distribution restricted toEastern Oregon and parts ofWashington and Idaho.

PORTLAND

American Cancer SoietyOregon Division, Inc.1625 SW. Morrison St. (5)Approximately 50 filmsprimar-ily on cancer and cancer preven-tion; distribution restricted toOregon.

Anti-Defamittion League of B'naiB'rithPortland Regional Office309 Education Center Bldg.220 SW. Alder St. (4)

Approximately .t 5 films educa-tional and religious, primarily onintercultural understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicillregion.

Audio-Visual Supply Co.429 SW. Twelfth Aye. (5)Approximately 250 filmsall classLroom; distribution restricted toPacific Northwest.

Baptist Book 'Store1127 SW. Morrison St. (5)Approximately 100 filmsprimar-ily religious; distribution restrictedto Oregon and Alaska.

E. C. Brown Trust220 SW. Alder St. (4)Approximately SO films educa-tional; distribution restricted toOregon.

Canadian Pacific Railway207 American Bank Bldg. (6)Approximately 15 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

J.1 Case Co.1709 SE. Third Ave. (14)Approximately 15 filmsinforma.tional about agriculture; distribu-tion restricted to agricultural usersin geographical region.

The Christian Stipply Center825 SW. Fourth Ave. (4)Approximately 650 films educa-tional, religious, and sponsored.

Cin4 Craft Co.616 SW. Thirteenth Ave. (5)Approximately 1,200 filmsenter-tainment shorts and features.

Encyclopedia Britannica Films,Inc.2129 NE. BroadwayApproximately 800 films educa-tional, primarily classroom; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

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Films, Inc.2129 NE. Broadway,Approximately 1000 filmsenter-tainment, dassybdm, and religious.

!deal Pictufes; Inc.1239 SW. 'Fourteenth Ave. (5)Approximately 6,000 filmsenter-tainsment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Lewis and Clark CollegeApproximately 40 films educa-tional.

The Library Association ofPortland810 SW. Tenth Ave. (5)Approximately 350 films educa-tional, some sponsorcl; distribu-tion restricted to holders of librarycards; no mail service.

The Methodist Publishing HouseAudio-Visual Dept.521 SW. Eleventh Ave. (5)Approximately 1,500 films pri-: . .marily but also seculareducational an4 entertainment sub-jects; distribution restricted togeographical region.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews526 Park Bldg.729 SW. Alder St. (5)Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis304 Park Bldg.729 SW. Alder St. (5)Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

Northwest Nut Growers11601 N. Columbia Blvd. (17)One filmon the growing andprocessing of filberts; distributionrestricted to group use.

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Oregon Education AssrqDepartment of Public Relations1530 SW. Taylor St. (5)Approximately 30 films enter-tainment and educational; distrib-uion restricted to Oregon.

Oregon School Activities Assn.1530 SW. Taylor St.Approximately 25 filmson sports;distribution restricted to memberhigh schools in Oregon.

Oregon State Board.of Health (6)Approximately 350 films onhealth and medical subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Oregon.

Oregon Tuberculosis and HealthAssn.605 Woodlark Bldg.Approximately 25 filmson tuber-culosis and rekited, subjects; dis-tribution regtrirted to Oregon.

The Pacific Telephone and Tele-graph Co.509 SW. Oak St. (4)Approximately 75 filmsinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

,Portland.Public SchoolsDepartment of Instructional Ma-terials631 NE. Clackamas St. (8)Approximately 4,000 films--educa-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Portland PublicSchools.Religious Film Libraries825 SW. Fourth Ave. (4)Approximately 600 filmsenter.tainment shorts and religious.

Simonds Saw and Steel Co.6500 NE. Halsey St. (13)Four filmsinstructional on mok.chine tools.

Southern Pacific Co.Public Relations Dept.Pacific Bldg. (4)Five filmsabout railroads.

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Tandy Leather Co.1227 SW. Fifth Ave.Four films on leathe craftcarving.

Tektronix, Inc.P. 0. Box 831 (7)Three filnis on the use of the oath-ode ray oscilloscope.

U. S. Army EngineersNorth Pacific Division210 Custom,House (9)-Twenty-six filmsprimarily on theconstruction of dams and activitiesof the Corps of Engineers.U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division214 Old U. S. Court House Bldg.(4)Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to Oregon.

U. S. Forest Service729 NE. Oregon St.Approximately 65 films on thenational forests, forest manage-ment, and forest fire prevention;distribution restricted to Oregonand Washington.

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceRoss Bldg. (4)Approrimately 15 films on soiland water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to Oregon..Uriiied World Films, Inc.5023 NE. Sandy Blvd.Approximately 8,000 films--enter-taiiiinent, educational, religious,and- sponsored.

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The Upjohn Co.1333 NE. Union Ave.Thirteen films on medical andpharmoreutical subjects.Western Pine Assn.610 Yeon Bldg. (4)One filmon tree's and lumber.

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Oregon Travel InformaticnDivisionState Highway Dept.One filmon the construction ofa freeway.

Salem Public SchoolsA pproximate y. 800 filmsinstruc-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Salem PublicSchools.

State Director of Civil DefenseRoom 12 State Office Bldg.Approxima.tely £0 filmsondefense; distribution restricted toOregon.

State of OregonDepartment of Motor VehiclesTraffic Safety DivisionApproximately 50 filmson trafft4safety and vehicle operation; dis-tribution restricted to Oregon.

SPRINGFIELD

Springfield Public SchoolsApproximately 75 filmsprima-rily educational, a few sponsord:distribution restricted to localschool' system.

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Allentown Public SchoolsDepartment of Audio-Visual AidsApproximately 850 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toAllentown Public Schools.

Lehigh County Tuberculosis and(Health Society24 N. Eighth St.Approximately 85 rantiethwa-tional; distribution restricted toLehigh County area. ,

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Bethlehem Public SchoolsApproximately 400 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toBethlehem.

Hartley's Motion Picture Division509 W. Broad St,Approximately 1,000 films 4/nter-tainmjtt, educational, and reh-glottis.

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Columbia County SchoolsApproximately SO lams class-room; distribution restricted toColumbia County .Schools.

State Teachers CollegeApproximately 600 ftimseduos-tional; distribution restricted toPennsylvtinia.

BRADFORD

Kendall Refining Co.Avenue K., Main OfficeThree ftims on petroleum, %torschandising, and tits 1948 NationalAir Races.

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State Teachers CollegeApproximately 600 fameduca-tional; distribution restricted to

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CARLISLE

American Leprosy Missions, Inc.P. 0. Box 283Eight ftintsinformationel and

CHAMBERSBURG

Chambersburg Film Library916 E. King St.ApProximately 465 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

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CLARION

State Teachers CollegeApproximately 300 filmseduce-tional; distribution restricted toPennsylvania.

CONNELLSVILLE

Connellsville Public SchoolsA pproak:-tately 60 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toConnellsvilie and nearby area.

EAST STROUDSBURG

State Teachers CollegeA pproximately 450 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toPennsylvania.

EDINBORO

State Teachers CollegeApproximately 600 famsAsdsw,a-tioIt a1; distribution restricted 4.0

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EMMAUS

Lehigh Safety Shoe Co.One film on s9fety footwear; dis-tribution restricted to business andindustry.

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Hammermill Paper Co.Educational ServicesE. Lake Rd. (6)4Two filmaedsutational on theufacture of paper.

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Christian Youth Cinema, Inc.426 Easton Rd.Approximately 800 ftimsail

HARRISBURG

American Cancer SocietyPennsylvania Division

401 hittench St.Approrimately 100 medical filmsanti tO public eduoation films r*-iated to cancer; distribution re-stricted to Pennsylvania. .

The Bell Telephone Company ofEennsylvAnia210 Pine St.Approximately 75 ftlmsinforyna.tional and public relations; requestfilms through looal telephone coins-paity offices.

Commonwealth of PennsylvaniaDepartment of HealthDivision o Public Health Ethics-.tionP. O. Box 90Approximately 400 films ofdhealth- and medical subjects; distri-butionj restricted to Pennsylvania.

Commonwealth of PennsylvaniaDepartment of HighwaysBureau of Publiciti and Inform,-tiOnOne filmon highway building.

Commonwealth of PennsylvaniaDepartment of Internal AffairsTwo

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COmmonwealth of PennsylvaniaDpliartment of Public InstructionAudio-Visual EducationApproximately . 800 filmaeduce.tional; distribution restricted toPennsylvania.

Commonwealth of PennsylvaniaDepartment of WelfareApproximately 180 film) onmental health; distribution re-stricted to Pennsylvalia.

The Evangelical PressDepartment of Audio-VisualsThiid and Reily Sta.A pprorima tell/ 150 filmsenter-tainment shorts and religious.; dis-tribution restricted to States eastof Ohio.

James Lett Co.225 N. Second St. ,

Approximately 600 filT"--enterLitainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

J. P. Lilley & Son928 N. Third St.Approximately 3,100 filmsenter-tainment, edurational,, religiOus,and sponsored; distribution re-stricted to .Pennsylvania and ad-jacent States.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.928 N. Third St.Approximately 800 filmaeduca:tional and informitional, all spots-sored films; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

, Pennsylvania Interscholastic Ath-letic Aun.1613 N. Front St.Approiimately 15 Aline rt sports;distribution restricted tb Pennsyl-vania.

State DirectOr of 'Civil DefenseMain Capitol Bldg.Approximately SO films.--on civildefense; distribution rutrictod to

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HAWTHORN

B. E. George Audfo-Visual AidsApproximately 1210 ftims---en ter-tainmont, educational; and reli-.0014.1.

HAZLETON

Hazleton Public SchoolsApproximately 105 famsreduoa-tional; distribution restricted toschools in Hazleton area.

INDIANA

'Indiana Film ServiceState Teachers CollegeApproximately 1,500 films -vstructional and informational.

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The Camera Shop629 Main St.Approximately 750 111*wenter-tainmen t, religious, and @duos-howl.

KUTZTOWN.

State Teachers CollegeApproximately 4S5 filmsprima-rily educational; distribution re-stricted to Kutztown area.

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J. M. Hoober, Inc.Union Stock YardsTwo filmson livestock marketing.

- Bucks Covnty Film Library2g0 Red Cedar Dr.,Approximately 875 films-411 class-room; distribution restricted toBucks,County public schools.

LEWISBURG

Buckiiell UniversityVisual Aids LibraryA pprox ima t ely SOO films---eduoa-tional,- religious, and sponsored;local distribution only.

LOCK HAVEN

Piper Aircraft Corp.Six filmson aircraft.State Teachers CollegeApproximately 400 filmsoduoational, primarily on agriculture,home economics, trade and indus-trial, and guWance.

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MAPLETOWN

South Eastern Greene Joint SchoolsDistrictTwelve films instructional andinformational.

McKEESPORT

McKeesport Film LibraryVocational SchoolO'Neil Blvd. & Hartman St.Approximately 150 filinsoduoo-tional; distribution rostriotod toMcKeesport public Wools.

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State Teachers CollegeEducational Film Library Co-operativeApproximately 2,000 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored.

MONESSEN

Monessen Public SchoolsApproximately 40 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and spon-sored.

NEW HOLLAND

New Holland Machine Co.Photographic Dept.Five famainformational.

NEW KENSINGTON

New Kensington Public SchoolsApproximately 70 filmseduca-tional, some jolponsored; distribu-tion restricted to New KensingtonSchool District.

NORRISTOWN

Montgomery County SchoolsFilm LibraryCourt HouseApproximately 350 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted toMontgomery County Schools.

OAKS

Deltra Flag Co.One filmeducational on flags.

PHILADELPHIA

Air France1422 Walnut St.Four filmstravelogs.

American Bible SocietyAudio-Visual Dept.701 Walnut St. (6) ,

Approximately 10 film*---about theBible and the program of theAmerican Bible Society.

American Cancer SocietyPhiladelphia Division20 S. Fifteenth St.Twenty public education films pri-marily on cancer and cancer pre-vention, plus 32 films for profes-sional medical groups; distribution'srestricted to Philadelphia andMontgomery County,.

American Film Co.1329. Vine St. (7)Approximately 80 filmsenter-tainment shorts, educational, re-ligious, and sponsored.

American Friends Service Com-mitteeVisual Aids20 S. Twelfth St. (7)Four films on the work of the Com-mittee; request films through re-gional office of the Committee.

American Petroleum Institute1100 Broad Locust Bldg. (2)Eleven fama---about oil and the oilindustry.

Anti-Defamation League of B'naiB'rithPennsylvania-West Virginia-Dela.ware Regional Office225 S. Fifteenth St. (2)Approximately 25 filmseduca-tional and religious, primarily onintercultural understanding.; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Associated Hospital Service ofPhiladelphiaPublic Relations Dept,112 S. Sixteenth St. (2)Three films educational; distri-bution primarily restricted togreater Philadelphia area.

Dr. Harry E. Bacot'.255 S. Seventeenth Etb, (8)Approximately 80 filmsApon medi-cal subjects.

Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania1835 Arch St. (8) !

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Kruger Motion Picture Service3145 N. Broad St.Approximately 2,000 filmsenter-tainment and 'sponsored.

ifpproximately SO fantsinforrna-tional arid public relations; requestfilms through,local telephone com-pany offices.

A. M. Byers Co.1409 Girard Trust Co. (2)Two filmson wrough iron andtnow, melting.

Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picture LibraryPhiladelphia National Bank Bldg.Approximately 20 films-4ravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Canadian Pacific Railway1036-38 Fidelity PhiladelphiaTrust Bldg. (9)Approximately 15 fanotravelogson Canada; distribution ristrtedto geographical region.

Capital Film Exchange309 N. Thirteenth St. (7)Approxitnately 800 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and spon-sored; also $00 16mm silent films.

The'Curtis Publishing Co.Motion Picture & Speakers BureauIndependence Sq. (5)One fameducationai, on Curtismagazines.

The Diocesan Cooperative FilmLibrary of PhiladelphiaNineteenth and Wood Sta. (8)Approximately 125 filmseduca-tional and religious; distributionrestricted to Diocesan high schoolsthat are members of 'cooperativefilm library.

Evangelical Foundation, Inc.1716 Spruce St. (3)Four @Hems.

Frank H. Fleer Corp.Film Distribution Dept.Tenth & Somerville (41)One iiimeducational.Gulf Oil Corp.P. 0. Box 8066 (1)Twenty filmsprimarily travelogs.

Kunz, Inc.1319 Vine St. 7)Approximate4 2,000 films-a-enter-tainment, educational, and reli-gious; distribution restricted toPennsylvania, New Jersey, Dela-ware, Maryland, and Ohio.

Lippincott Pictures, Inc.'4729 Ludlow St. (89)Approximately 275 filmsenter-tainment,- educational, and reli-gious. C\I

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.247 S. Broad St. (7)Approximately 600 famseduca-tional and informational, all spon-sored films; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

National Bible PressFilm Loan Library239 S. American St. (5)One filmreligious, on the Bible.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews1211 Chestnut St. (7) .

Approximately 15 films--7on racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysisThirteenth & Market Sts. (7)Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

Pennsylvania RailroadSafety Manager (4)Approximately 85 ftlimsiyduca-tional and sponsored.

Pennsylvania Tuberculosis andHealth SocietySocial Services Bldg., Room 1000311 El. Juniper St.

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Approximately 40 films---on tuber-culosis and public health; distribu-tion-restricted to Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia Fellowship Commis-sionFellowship Commission Bldg.260 S. Fifteenth St. (2)Approximately 55 filmson racial,religious, and intergroup under-standing ; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Philadelphia Museum of ArtDivision of EducationParkway at Fairmount (30)Approximately 100 films mostlyOn art subjects; also some docu-mentary and experimental films.

Philadelphia Public SchoolsApproximately 5,000 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toPhiladelphia Public Schools, ex-cept for civilian defense filmswhich are loaned to other Phila.-delphia groups.

George P. Rosemond, M.D.8401 N. Broad St. (40)One famemedical.

Sabena Belgian World Airlines1420 Walnut St.Approximately 25 films prima-lily travelogs. ,

Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturers Agency132 N. Twelfth St. (7)

fiims-9n sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restrictedto eurrounding territory.Smith, Kline & French Labora-toriesMedical Film Center1630 Spring Garden St.Approximately 25 malt-°al for professional and lay groups.Society of American Bacteriolo-gistsCommittee on Materials for VisualInstruction in MicrobiologyUniversity of Pennsylvania (4)

16mm Film Libraries

Approximately 40 films-7-0n miLkbiology and general science.

A. G. Spalding & Bros., Inc.401 N. Broad St.Three films on sports; distributionrestricted to geographical region.Tandy Leather Co.1204 WalnutFour films on leathercraft andcarving.

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Distribution Education Dept.Teachers CollegeApproximately 50 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toschools, colleges, and departmentstores in Eastern Pennsylvania.

U. S. Department of the NavyCommandant, Fourth Naval Dis-trictAtt: Asst for Public InformationU. S. Naval Base (12)Approximately 885 filmsf25 pub-lic information and 880 trainingfilms; distribution of ah films re-stricted to Fourth laval District;distribution of training films re-stricted to educational institutionsat times when not in use by theNavy.

U. S. Marine CorpsDirector, Fourth Marine Corps Re-serve .& Recruitment District10th Floor, Rittenhouse SquareBldg.Nineteenth & Walnut Sts. (8)Approximqtely 15 fJ bout theMarine Corps; distribution re-strled to geographical region.U. ODepartment of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division502 Lead Title Bldg.Broad and Chestnut Ste. (10)Seventeen $1,- t bout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distripbution restricted to Pennsylvania.

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The Upjohn 0o.401 N., Broad St. (8)Thirteen films on medical andpharmaceutical subjects.

Williams, Brown & Earle, Inc.904-06 Chestnut St. (7)Approximately 150 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and reli-gious.

Wistar Institute86th and Woodland Ave. (4)Approximately 75 films-reduca-tional, mostly technical films forspecialists.

World Wide Pictures247 S. Broad St. (7)Fifteen filmsreligious.

Wyeth, Inc.P. 0.. Box 8299 (1)Approximately 15 filmson medi-cal subjects.

The Yale & Towne Mfg. Co.Advertising Dept.11000 Roosevelt Blvd. (15)Eight filmsinformational on in-dustrial trucks.

PITTSBURGH

Air FranceWood & Oliver (22)Four filmstravelogs.

Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp.Advertiiing Dept.2020 Oliver Bldg. (22)Approximately 10 filmson themanufacture and uses of steel.

Aluminum Co. of AmericaMotion Picture Dept.1 yn ALCOA Bldg. (19)Approximately 15 filmsenter-tainment features and informa-tional films about aluminum.

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American Hot Dip Galvanizers'Assn., Inc.1806 First National' Bank Bldg.(22)One filmeducational on galvanisming.

The Bell Telephone Company ofPennsylvania416 Seventh Ave. (19)Approximately 75 filmsinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

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Clark Bldg.Two filmson wrought iron andsnow melting.

Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picture Library355 Fifth Ave.Approximately 20 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Canadian Pacific Railway648 William Penn Pl.Approximately 15 filmstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Chatham CollegeWoodland Rd.Approximately 2,500 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and spoir:sored; distribution restricted toEastern States.

Dravo Corp.Keystone DivisionNeville Island (25 )One filmabout the production andtransportation of river sand .andgravel.

Gulf Oil Corp.Sales DivisionGulf Oil Bldg. (80)Twenty filmsprimarily travelogs.

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Approximately 6,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsors&

Karel Sound Film Library214 Third Ave. (22)Approximately 3,000 filmsenter-taininent, educational, and reli-gious.

H. B. Maynard & Co., Inc.Management ConsultantsAmansco Division718 Wallace Ave. (21)Twenty filmson industrial engi-neering methods and management.

Dr. Murray McCaslin100 Professional Floor550 Grant St. (19)One fammedical.

The Methodist Publishing HouseAudio-Visual Dept.6412 Smithfield St. (SO)Approximately 1,500 filmsprima-rily religious but also secular edu-cational and entertainment sub-jects; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Miller Printing Machinery Co.Advertising Dept.1117 Reedsdale St. (33)One filmon the mnaufacture andproduction of .a printing press.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.210 Grant St. (19)Approximately 600 filmseduca-tional and informational, all spots-sored films; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

Nine Safety Appliances Co.201 N. graddock Ave. (8)

, Two filmsinstructional for busi-nese and industry.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews607 Triangle Bldg.Approximately 15 films--on racistand religious understandinp; dis-

tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

Pittsburgh tDioceseParochial Schools111 Boulevard of Allies (22)A pproxitnately 220 filins---instrua-tional and religious; distributionr4tricted to Catholic schools isPittsburgh Diocese and other or-ganizations upon request.

Pittsburgh Public SchoolsSection on Audio and Visual AidsOsceola School Bldg. (24)Approximately 1,600 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toPittsburgh*Public Schools.

Religious Film Libraries209 Ninth St. (22)A pproximately 600 films reli-gious; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Research Bureau for Retail Train-ingDistributive Education Dept.University of Pittsburgh (18)Approximately 50 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toschools, colleges, and departmentstores in Western Pennsylvania.

Rockwell Mfg. Co.Advertising Dept.800 N. Lexington Ave. (8)Four filmson meter's.

Sabena Belgian World AirlineeUnion Trust Bldg.----Suite 524Apprqximately 25 filmsprima-rily travelogs.

Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturing Trade Dept.1026 Western Ave. (83)Five filmaon sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restricted tosurrounding territory.

Syndicated Films1022 Forbes St.- (19)Approximately SO fil marmo-tional and informational.

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Tandy Leather Co.314 Boulevard of the *lies.Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

Tuberculosis League of Pitts-burgh2851 Bedford Ave. .(19)Approximately 75 filmson health',and tuberculosis; distribution restricted to Allegheny County.

United Preibyterian ChurchReligious Films Libraries209 Ninth St. (22)Approximately 600 filmsprima-rily religious, some entertainmentshorts and instructional films.

U. S. Army EnginersPittsburgh District925 New Federal Bldg. (19)One filmon navigation and floodcontrol.

U. S. Department of the InteriorBureau of Mines4800 Forbes St. (13)Approximately 65 filmson min-ing and metallurgical industri4snd on the natural resouurces of

individual States.

United States Steel Corp.Pittsburgh Film DistributionCenter525 William Penn P1. (SO)Approximately 25 filmsprima,rill/ on the manufacture and usesof steel.

United World Free Film Service623 Wylie Ave.Approximately 20 filmaeduca.:tional and informational, all spoon.sored.

Visual Art Films8524 rifth Ave. (18)Approximately 500 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and reli-gious.

C1em Williams Films623 Wylie Ave. (19)

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READING

Berks Compty SchoolsApproximately 85 films-41duca.tional; distribution primarily re-stricted to Berks County.Hollywood Film Service841 Penn St. ,

Approximately 550 filmsenter-tainment.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews1626 Perkiomen Ave.Approximately 15 film.- racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographcal region.

Reading Public Museum & ArtGallery500 Museum Rd.Approximately 400 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toReading te,,hool district.

Readin4 Public SchoolsApproximately 805 fams--educa.tional; distribution restricted toReading Public Salvia.Textile Machine WorksFive filmsinformational on tex.tiles.

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Everhart MuseumApproximately 175 filmsenter-tainment and educational; disbri-bution restricted to NortheasternAffinsylTania.

Scranton Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Aids Dept.Approximately 250 filmo---instruo.tional; distribution restricted toScranton Public School&

Tandy Leather Co.811 N. Washington Ave.Four films el leathereraft andcarving.

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SHARPSVILLE

L. C. VathAudio-Visual AidsA pproximately 1 ,400 films- enter.tainment, educational, and reli-giOUS-

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State Teachers CollegeApproximately 200 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toPennsylvania schools and colleges.

SLIPPERY ROCK

State Teachers College /Approximately 400 Pins educa-tional; distribution restricted toPennsylvania.

SPRING GROVE

P. H. Glatfelter Co.Sales Dept.One filmeducational on the man-ufacture of. paper.

UNIVERSITY PARK

Pennsylvania State UniversityAudio-Visual Aids LibraryApproximately 4,100 Almsprima-rily educational, some entertain-ment shorts, and a special collec-tion of films in psychology andpsychiatry.

Pennsylvania State UniversityPsychology Cinema RegisterApproximately 600 filmson psy-chology, psychiatry, physiology,and related subjects; distributionprimarily restricted to professionalgroups.

UPPER DARBY

U. S. Forest Service6816 Market St.Approximately 65 filmson the na-tional forests, forest management,and forest fire prevention; distri-bution restricted to geographicalregion.

VALLEY FORGE

Freedoms Foundation at ValleyForgeTwo f emotional.

WARREN

Wairen County Public SchoolsApproximately 50 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toWarren County.

WAYNE

Philadelphia Suburban Film,LibraryCo-operative School DistrictsApproximately 950 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distribution

stricted to Philadelphia suburbanea members.

WEST CHESTER

Pennsylvania Regional FilmLibraryState Teachers CollegeAudio-Visual Dept.Approximately $50 filmseduca-tional; diitribution restricted toPennsylvania.

WESTFIELD

Eberle Tanning Co.One filmeducational On the TiogaOak

WILKES-BARRE

Wilkes Barre Public SchoolsApproximately 200 lamsprima,rily educational, a few entertain.

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WILLIAMSPORT

Hoyer's18 W. Fourth St.Approximately 300 filmsenter.tainment shorts.

John Wasson911 High St. (14)Approximately 500 filmsenter-taiiiment, educational, religiousand sponsored.

WYNNEWOOD

World Travel FilmsBox 156Three films entertainment andtnf ormational.

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YORK

Alloy Rods Co.P. 0. Box 1828One filmeducational.Diehl's Film Library532 E. Boundary Ave.Approximately 900 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and roll-gious.

Public. LibraryThree filmsinformational; distri-bution restricted to residents ofYork County.

York Film LibraryHartley Bldg.Approximately fia filmsenter-tainment shorts, educational andsponsored; distribution restrictedto Pennsylvania.

Purto Rico

Director of Civil Defense107 Ponce de Leon Ave.Pepe Diaz St. (Esq.)Stop 271/2-Hato Rey, P. R.Box 887Approximately 180 films-Lon civildefense; distribution restricted toPuerto Rico.

University of Puerto RicoAgricultural Extension ServiceApproximately 400 filmsagricul-tural, food and nutrition, health,and recreational; distribution re-stricted to Puerto Rico.

SAN JUAN

Department of EducationBureau of School ExtensionApproximately 8440 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and rat-

gious; distribution restricted toPuerto Rico.

Department of HealthBureau of Health EducationApproximately 115 filmson pub-lic health education; distributionrestricted to Puerto Rico.

Public Parks and Recreation Ad-ministrationAdministrative DivisionApproximately 500 filmseduca-tional, recreational, and sports;distribution restricted to recog-nized recreational and educationalinstitutions in Puerto Rico.

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceP. 0. BOx 4671Approximately 25 films on soiland water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to Puerto Rico.

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Rhode Island

Avard J. Sloat4 Maplecrest pr.Approximately 600 filmsenter.tainment shorts and religious.

KINGSTON

University of Rhode IslandLibraryApproximately 90 film.educa.tional, some sponsored.

PAWTUCKET

Pawtucket Public SchoolsVisual Education Dept..Approximately 355 filmsclass-room; distributimi restricted toPawtucket schools and communitygroups.

PROVIDENCE

American Cancer SocietyRhode Island Division, Inc.100 Lockwood St. (3)Approximately SO filmsprima-rily on cancer and cancer preven-tion; distribution restricted toRhode Island.

Federal Products Corp.1144 Eddy St. (1)Three filmseducational on thedial indicator and gages.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews58 Weybossett St. (3)Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

New England Telephone and Tele-graph Co.234 Washington St. (8)

Approximately 75 filmsinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone coin-pany offices.

Providence-Barrington BibleCollege100 State St. (8)Three filmsreligious.

Providence Public SchoolsApproximately 745 fam-g---oduca--tional; distribution primarily re-stricted to Providence Public.Schools.

Rhode Island Development CouncilFilm LibtaryState HouseTwo films travelogs on Rhode

Rhode Island Tuberculosis andHealth Assn.76 Dorrance St.. (3)Eleven filmson tuberculosis andrelated subjects; distribution re-stricted to Rkode Island.

State Department of EducationRhode Island College of EducationDivision of Audio-Visual AidsPark and Hayes St. (8)Approximately ,000 famseduca-tiona 1; distribution restricted toRhode Island.

State Director of Civil Defense1051 N. Main St.Approximately SO filmson civildefense; distribution restricted toRhode Island.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division305 Post Office Annex Bldg. (3)Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to Rhode Island

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AIKEN

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G. H. Payne Motion Picture ServiceNumber of films not reporteden-tertainmere, educational, and reli-gious.

South Carolina

Aiken County Board of ducationApproximately 450 filmsinstruc-tional and informational; distribu-tion restricted to Aiken County.

U. S. Atomic Energy CommissionAtt: Asst.. to Manager for PubHzEducationSavannah River Operations OfficeP. O. Box AApproximately 80 filmson atomicenergy and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

CHARLESTON

Charleston Public SchoolsApproximately 50 filmsinstruc-tinoal; distribution restricted toCharleston Public Schools.U. S. Department of the NavyCommandant, Sixth Naval DistrictAtt: Asst. for Public InformationU. S. Naval BaseApproximately 885 films-225 pub-lic information and 660 trainingfilms; distribution of all films re-stricted to Sixth Naval District;distribution of training films re-stricted to educational institutionsat times when not in use by theNavy.

CLEMSON

Clemson Agricultural CollegeSchool of EducationApproximately 2,000 ithn4educa-tional; distribution restricted toSouth Carolina.

COLUMBIA)2'

American Cancer Society, Inc.South Carolina Division206 Caughman Office Bldg.A pprorinia t ely 50 filmsprima-rill/ on cancer and cancer pre. en.tion; distribution restricted to

- South Carolina.

Baptist Book Store1307 Hampton Ave. (1)Approximately 250 films- prima-rily religious; distribution re-stricted to South Carolina.

The R. L. Bryan Co.Audio-Visual Dept.1440 Main St.A pproffmately 300 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and reli-pious.

Columbia Public SchoolsInstructional Materials Bureau1607 Laurel St. (1)Approximately 500° filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toColumbia Public Schools.

Farm Credit District of ColumbiaP. 0. Box 1499Approximately 15 filmson farmcredit and cooperatives; distribu-tion restricted to States in FarmCredit District.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis822 Palmetto State fife Bldg.1310 Lady St. (1)Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

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South Carolina State Health De-partmentWade Hampton Office Bldg.A pproxim tely 300 films ?inhealth subjects; distributionstrirted to South Carolina.

Southern Bell Telephone and Tele-graph Co.Owen Bldg.

a P. O. Box 752Approximately 75 filmsinforma-tional and public relations, tequestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

State Director of Civil Defense105 Wade Hampton State OfficeBldg.Approximately 30 filmson Civildefense; distribution restricted toSouth Carolina.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Dixision1401 Hampton SOF(1)Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution 'restricted to South Caro-lina.

University of SAth CarolinaAudio-Visual Aids Bureau1816 Pendleton St.A pproximately f,300 filmsenter-tainment shorts, educational, antisponsored.

COYCE

South Carolina Electric Coopera-tiveP. 0. Box 597One filminformational.

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FLORENCE

Florence Public SchoolsA pproximately 75 filmsinstruc-tional distribution restricted toFlorence Public Schools.

GREENVILLE

Baptist Book Store108 W. McBeeA pproxim a tely 100 fi/ms prima-rily religious; distribution rt.stricted to South Carolina.Unusual FilmsBob Jones UniversityTwenty-five films sacred must-cals, features, educational, and re

NORTH CHARLCSTON

Cooper River School District #4A pproxima tely f00roam ; distribution r?strieted toDistrict schools..

ORANGEBURG

South Carolina State CollegeA p pr o x ma te y 90 filmseduca-tiona distribution restricted teSouth Carolina.

SPARTANBURG

Spartanburg City SchoolsApproximately 360 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toSpartanburg public schools.

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceSchuyler Office Bldg.Approximately 150 filmson soiland water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to Southern States.

South Dakota

Northern State Teachers CollegeNorthern Cooperative Film LibraryApproximately 180 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to members of co-

lt operative film library.

BROOKINGS

South Dakota State CollegeDepartment of Audio-Visual Edu-cationApproximately 1,700 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and epos,-gored.

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GAYVILLE

Museum of Visual MaterialsA pprozimatoiy 80 fam4----educti-tional, medical, and anthropology;distribution restricted to public in-stitutions of South Dakota andNebraska.

HURON

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis60 Third St, SW.Eight films tnformativnal andeducational about polio.

Taylor Films79 Thiid StA pprorimately 1,000 filmsenter.tainment, educational, and reli-gious.

MADISON

South Dakota TuberculosisHealth Assn.J. C. Penney Bldg.Approximately f5 ms------on tuber-culosi's and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to South Da-kota.

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Department of HighwaysDivision of Motor PatrolOffice of Safety DirectorApproximately 55 filmson safety;distribution restricted to SouthDakota.

South Dakota Stat., Department ofHealthDivision of Health Education (6)Approximately f00 films an healthand civil defense subjects; distri-bution restricted to South Dakota.

South Dakota State Highway Com.missionPublicity Dept.Two filmsabout South Dakota;distribution restricted. to NorthCentral States.

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J. I. Case Co.700 N. Main Ave.Approximately 15 filmsinforma-tional about agriculture; distrthu-tion restricted to agricultural user

geographical

Harold's PhotographyApproximately Mtn,- ter-tainment and religious.

Lynn's206 S. Phillips Ave.Approximately 75 film,-tainm4tnt shorts and religious.

Northwestern Bell Telephone Co.100 S. DakotaApproximately 75 filmsinforma-(tonal and public relations; requestfilm* through lt)e-al tek hone com-pany o ces.

Sioux Falls CollegeAudio-Visual DeptApproximately 50 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and reli-gious; distribution restricted to200fnile radius of Sioux Falls.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division3 Federal Bldg.Twelfth & Phillip Ave.Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Sarings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to South Dakota.

SPEARFISH

Black Hills Teachers CollegeAudio-Visual Aids Dept.Approximately 100 fams---instruo-tional; distribution restricted toWest Missouri River territory inSouth Dakota.

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albuthern State Teachers CollegeFilm LibraryA ppriximately 150 filmseduca-tional.

CHATTANOOGA

Baptist `11ook' Store734 Cherry St (2)A pprotimately SO filmsprima.rily religious; distribution re-stricted .to Bradley and HamiltonCounties.

American Cancer SocietySouth Dakota DivisionBox 865Approximately SO filmsprima-rily on cancer and cancer preven-

,tion; distribution restricted toSouth Dakota.

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Chattanooga Convention & VisitorsBureauCliamber of Commerce Bldg.819 BroadeStOne f ormatiovial.

Chattanooga Public Library601 McCall. Ave. (8)Approrimately 160 itimseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Hamilton County, notfor classrooin use.

Chattanooga Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Aids ServiceApproximately 510 Ply'sodium-tional; distribution restricted toChattanooga Public Schools.

_National Conference of Christiansand Jews8323 Windsor Ct.Approxirtately 15 famso* racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

United World Free Film Service611 Dodds Ave.Approximately 10 filmseduca-tional and informational, oil soon.sone&

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JOHNSON CITY

East Tennessee State CollegeA pprorimate ly 110 filmieditca.tional; distribution restricted toimmediate area.

KINGSPORT

. Kingsport Public LibraryFilm ServiceA pprorimate ly 60 famesin forma-tional; films loaned for group show-ings, not to individuals.

KNOXVILLE

Baptist Book Store706 S. Gay St. (8)Approximately 100 filmsprima-rily religious; distribution re-stricted to Eastern Tennessee.

Knoxville Public SchoolsApproximately 800 filmseduca-.tional and religious; distributionrestricted to school system.

Knoxville Tourist Bureau811 Henley St.One .fali% travehig on Knoxvilleand the Smokias.

Lawson McGhee Library (2)Approximately 115 filmseduca-Nonni mid sponsored; distributionrestricted to Knox County.

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tribution restricted to goo graphi-cal region.

Snap Shop, Inc,615 S. Gay SL (2)Approximately 850 fama----(pitter .tainment and educational.

Tandy Leather1205 N. Central SeFour films on lea therora t andcarving.

Tenlosee Valley Authority*Film ServicesA pproximately 10 filmeprippits-rily about the Tennessee Valleyand the TVA.

University of TennesseeDivision of University ExtensionFilm ServicesApproximately 4,500 films---educa-tional, religious, and entertain-ment.

MARTIN

University of TennesseeDivision of University ExtensionWest Tennessee Branch FilmLibraryApproximately 500 Alms-4nter-tainment, educational, and rah-

MEMPHIS

Baptist Book Stars24 N. Second St.Box 81115 (1)Approximate'y 150 Itimsprima-rily religious; distribution re-ttrictsd to Shelby County.

J. Case Co.Louisiana it S. Parkway, W. (2)Approximately 15 filmainformational about agriculture; distribobtion restricted to agricultural usersill geographical region.

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Catholic SchoolsDiotese of Nashville lJ61 N. McLean Blvd. (4)Approximately SO ftimsinstruo-tional; distribution restricted to

emphis parochial schools.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.18 S. Third St. (3)Approximately 6 ,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religiousanti sponsors&

Memphis Public SchoolsA pproximatell( 800 filmsedisoa-tional and sponsored ; distributionrestricted to Mein phis.

Mien Talking Picture Service,Inc. ,

210 S. Cleveland St. (4)Approximately 600 fams---4duca-tional and informational, all spon-sored films ; distribution restrictedto g eo graphical region.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews415-16 Commerce Title Bldg. (8)Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding ;tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

The National Cotton CouncilAudio-Visual SectionP. 0. Box 9905 (12)T wenty-two filmson cotton.

Southern Visual Films686 Shrine Bldg. (1)Approximately r 1,100 itimsentirrtainment, educational, religious,and industrial.

Tandy Leather Co.254 Madison,Four films on 1440w-craft andoarving.

The Upjohn Co.4805 E. Summer Ave.Thirteen films on medical andph* field subjects.

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World ide Pictures210 S Cleveland St. (4)Fifte filmsreligious.

Wyeth LaiSolatories149 W. Trigg Ave.Approximately 15 filmson medi-cal subjects.

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American Cancer SocietyTennessee Division121 Seventeenth Ave., S.'(4)Approximately 15 filmsprima-rily on cancer and cancer preven-tion; distribution restricted toTennessee.

Baptist Book Store161 Eighth Ave., N. (3)Approximately. 250 filmsprima-rill/ religious; distribution re-stricted to,Tennessee.

The Methodist Publishini "louse201 Eighth Ave., S. (2)Approximately 1,500 filmsprima-rily religious but also secular edit-

( citional and entertainment sub-jects; distribution restricted togeographical region.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis513 Stahlman Bldg.21A Union St.Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

Nashville Public LibraryFilth ServiceApproximately 180 film*eitter-tainment, educational, and spon-sored; distribution restricted toholders of Library cards and mem-bers of Tennessee Film Circuit.

Nashville ilxiblic SchoolsApproximately 525 filmitinstruci-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Nashville PublicSchools.

16mm Film Libraries

Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturers Trade Dept.1901 Church St. (3)Five filmsop sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restrictedto surrounding territory.

Southern Bell Telephone and Tele-graph Co.226 Capitol Blvd. (3)Approximately 75 filmsin,orma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone corn-pany ogees:

State Director of Civil Defense316 Cordell Hull Bldg.Approximately 20 filmson civildefense; distribution restricted toTennessee.

Tennessee Agricultural & Indus-trial State University (8)Approximately PO filmseduca-tional; distribution primarily re-stricted to campus use but may beborrowed by other institutions onan interlibrary loan.

Tennessee Department of Educa-tionDivision of InstructionRoom 117, Cordell Hull Bldg.Approximately 675 films class*room, teach education, arid news-reels; dis bution restritted toschools an1 colleges in Tennessee.

Tennessee Department of PublicHealthCordell Hull Bldg.Approximately 165 films healtheducation; dtstribution restrictedto Tennessee.

Tennessee Tuberculosis Assn.602 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.(3)Approximately SO , filmsenter-tainment and educational; distri-bution restricted to Tennessee.

Tennessee Visual Education Ser-vice, Inc.416 A Broad St.

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Approximately 3,000 filmsprima-rily entertainment, some informa-tional and religious.

U. S. Department of the. TreasurySavings Bonds Division638 U. S. Court House801 Broad St. (8)Seventeen fil bout the UnitedStates and salrg:Bonds; distribu-tion restriaed to Tennessee.

University of TennesseeDivision of University ExtensionMiddle Tennessee Branch FilmLibrary810 BroadApproximately 1 ,500 filmseduca-tional, religious, and entertain-

Visual Education Co., Inc.2114 Eighth Ave., S.Approximately 125 filmsail epos-sored; distribution restricted toTennessee.

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Alice Public SchoolsApproximately 125 filmsclass-room, some sponsored; distributionrestricted to classroom use.

ALPINE

Sul Ross State CollegeApproximately 75 filmsalum-tional for College use only. Alsoserves as a sub-library of TexasEducational Library in distribu-tion of 1,000 films to schools ofWestern Texas.

AMARILLO

Mary E. Bivins Memorial Library(Public)Box 2171

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Approximately 500 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toOak Ridge Public Schools.

U. S. Atomic Energy CommissionAtt: Public Infognation OfficerOak Ridge Operations OfficeP. 0. Box EApproximately 80 ,filmson atomicenergy and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to geograpl-i-cal region.

SAVANNAH

Churchwell's'707 Court St.Approximately 150. filmsenter-tainment.

TRENTON

Tennessee Secondary School Ath-letic Assn.Box 248Approximately 35 filmson sports;distribution restricted to memberhigh schools in Tennessee.

Approximately $90 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored; distribution re-stricted to Panhandle area ofTexas.

J. I. Case Cq.107 N. Polk At.Approximately 15 filmsinforms..tional about agriculture; distribu-tion restricted to agricultural usersin geographical region.

Santst Fe Film Bureau408 Santa Fe General Office Bldg.Approximately 20 filmstravelogs,railroa4 industry, and SouthwestIndian films.

Tandy Leather Co.426 S. Taylor St.Four films on isatkercraft andmoving.

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ANGLETON

Brazoria County CooperativeAudio-Visual ServiceBrazoria County LibraryApproximately 630 filmseduca-tional, and religious; distributionrestricted to organized groups inBrazoria County.

ARLINGTON

Arlington State CollegeVisual Aids LibraryApproximately 500 filmseduca-tional; d4tribution restricted toCollege eitinpus.

AUSTIN

American Cancer SocietyTexas Division5014 Bull Creek Rd. (3)Approximately $5 films---prinitg.-rily on cancer and cancer preven-tion; distribution restricted toTexas.

Austin Public Library401 W. Ninth St.Approximately $30 filmsinformaitional, educational, and sponsored;distribution of educational filmsrestricted to Travis County.

Austin Public SchoolsApproximately $60 filmedinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toAustin Public Schools.

Baptist Book Store1004 Congress Ave. (1)Approximately 250 film 'ma-rily religious; distribution re.stricted to Austin area.

Good Neighbor CommissionP. 0. Box 2116Capitol Station (11)One film informational aboutchildren of Latin and Angloorigins.

Leistico's Visual Service8808 East Ave. (6)Approximately SO filmsenter-

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tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored; distribution re-stricted to Texas.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis1008 San Jacinto Blvd.Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

State Director of Civil DefenseCapitol StationApproximately 20 filmson civildefense; distribution restricted toTexas.

Tandy Leather Co.413 W. Sixth St.Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

Texas Education AgencyAudio-Visual Library (11)Approximately 1,100 fams-4duca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to public schoolsand colleges of Texas.

Texas State Department of HealthPublic Health Education (2)Approximately 1,400 filmshealth and medical subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Texas.Texas Tuberculosis Assn.2406 Manor Rd.P. O. Box 6158Approximately 10 filmson tubor-culosis and related subjects; dis-tribution restricted to Texas.

University of TexasDivision of ExtensionVisual Instruction Bureau (12)Approximately 1,700 fil. Adam-tional, classroom and adult, somasponsored films.

BEAUMONT

Jefferson County Audio-VisualCenterLomat Tech LibraryA pprosimately US Ilims---class-room; distribution restricted toschool districts in Jefferson County.

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Tyrrell Public LibraryApproximately 425 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,heeth, and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Jefferson County.

BIG SPRING

Big Spring Public SchoolsApproximately 70 films class-room, informational, some spots-scrod; distribution restricted toschool district.

Tandy Leather Co.1606 GreggFoist: films on leathercraft andcarving.

BRYAN

Bryan Public SchoolsApproximately 95 filtnsinstruo-tional and religious; distributionrestricted to Bryan Public. Schools.

CANYON

West Texas State CollegeFilm Division (2)Approximately 350 famseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Panhandle area ofTexas and New Mexico.

COLLEGE STATION

Texas A and M College SystemAgricultural Extension ServiceApproximately itiO filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Extension agents.

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East Texas State CollegeCooperative Film LibraryApproatimately 1,000 filme--eduos-tional; distribution restricted to

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CORPUS CHRISTI

Corpus Christi Independent SchoolDistrictAudioNisual Education515 N. CarancahuaApproximately 650 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to metropolitanarea.

Tandy Leather Co.108 N. ChaparralFour films on leathercraft andcarving.

DALLAS

Air Prince1802 Main St.Four fametravelogs.American Airlines, Inc.3406 Republic Bank Bldg. (1)Nine filmstravel documentaries.American Bible SocietyAudio-Visual Dept.2238 Bryan St. (4)Approximately 10 ',bout theBible and the program of theAmerican Bible Society.American Leprosy Minions, Inc.2628 Magna Vista Dr. (16)Bight filmsinformational and re-ligious.

American Petroleum Institute429 Oil and 'Gas Bldg.Eleven filmson oil and the oilindustry.

Association Films, Inc.1108 Jackson St (2)Approximately 500 filmsenter-tainment features, educational,and industry sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Southern States.Baptist Book Store701 N. Ervay at San Jacinto (1)Approximately 650 falms--4nter-tainment shorts and religious.

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Bauer Audio Video2911 N. HaskellApproximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

J. I. Case Co.4708 Harry Hines Blvd. (19)Approximately 15 filmsainform&-tional about agriculture; distribu-tion restricted to agricultural usersin geographical region.

Chance Vought Aircraft, Inc.Supervisor of TrainingOne filminstructional.Continental Trailways Bus SystemFilm Dept.315 Continental Ave.Nine films travelogs on theUnited States and Mexico.

Dallas Independent Schools8700 Ross Ave. (4)Approximately 4,000 films instructional and informational; dis-tribution restricted to Dallas Pub-lic Schools

Dallas Public LibraryApproximately 1,500 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricte4 to Dallas metropolitanarea.

Encyclopaedia Britannic* Films,Inc.Regional Office1414 Dragoti St.Approximately 800 filmseduca-tional, primarily classroom; distri-bution restricted to geograPhicalregion.

Films, Inc.1414 Dragon. St.Approximately 1,800 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and reli-gious.

Gospel Films Library1726 Newport Ave. (24)Approximately 50 fit, re&pious; distribution restricted togeographical region.

16mm Film Libraries

Ideal Pictures, Inc.1205 Commerce St.Approximately 6,000 filmsenter-tainment, religious, educational,and sponsored.

The Methodist Publishing HouseAudio-Visual Dept.1910 Main St. (1)Approximately 1,500 films--Orima.rill/ religious but also secular edu-cational and entertainment sub-jects; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.1308 Slocum St. (7)Approximately 600 filmseduca-tional and informational, ail spon-sore4 films; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

National Conference iof Christianand Jews1028 National City Bldg. (1)Approxithately 15 famson racialand religious understanding ;tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

Sabena Belgian World 'Airlines1810 Commerce St. .

Approximately 25 films prima-rily travelogs.

Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturers Agency6101 Cedar Rd. (85)Five filmson sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restricted tosurrounding territory.

Southwest Soundfilms, Inc.1104 S. Ervay St.Approximately 1,125 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.308 S. Akard (2)Approximately 75 fitNowa and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone somapany glees.

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Southwestern Medical School ofthe University of TexasDepartment of Medical Art andVisual Education8802 Maple Ave.Approximately 55 filmson medi-cal subjects; distribution restrictedto medical personret.

A. G. Spalding & Bros., Inc.1403 Turtle Creek Blvd.Three films on sports; distributionrestricted to geographical region.

Stevens Pictures of Texas, Inc.215 S. Pearl Etpressway (1)Approximately 800 filmsenter-tainment features and religious.

Tandy Leather Co.106 S. Austin St.Four films on leathereraft andcarving.

The Texas Co.P. 0. Box 6171 (22)Approximately 20 filmsabout oiland the oil industry, a few agri-cultural subjects.

Texas Educational Aids4006 Live Oak St. (4)Approximately 830 filmsenter.tainment, informational, and reli-gious.

U. S. Army EngineersSouthwestern Division1114 Commerce St.Santa Fe Bldg. (2)Seventeen filmeon ftk. construc-tion of dams and ajtivitiu of theCome of Engin.U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division1114 Commerce St. (2)Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bands;bution restricted to Texas.

United World Films, Inc.2227 Bryan StApproximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, eduaaHowal, religious,and sponsored.

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The Upjohn Co.4114 N. Central ExpresswayThirteen films on medical andpharmaceutical subjects.

World Wide Pictures1308 Slocum St. (7)Fifteen filmsreligious.Wyeth Laboratories142 Howell St. (2)Approximately 15 filmson medi-cal subjects.

DENTON

Federal Civil Defense Administra-tionRegion 5P. O. Box 2935, TSCW StatiopApproximately SO filmson civilde fens e.

North Texas State CollegeApproximately 185 fa, °Paringa variety of s;ubject matter; distri-bution restricted to campus use.

Texas Womans UniversityVisual Instruction ServiceApproximately SOO fil 'mantational.

EL PASO

El Paso Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Education400 Robinson Blvd.Approximately 1,500 filmseduca-tional and sponsored.

the Mountain States Telephoneand Telegraph Co.510 Texas St,Approximately 75, filmsinforms-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone eons-pany offices.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews,610 E. Yandell Blvd.Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding;tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

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U. S. Department of the ArmyCommanding General, FourthArmyAtt: Signal OfficerApproximately 710 flimst50 pub-lic information and 460 trainingfilmedistributionof all films re-stricted to Fourth Army area; dis-tri6ution of training films re-stricted to educational institutionsat times when not in use by theArmy.

FORT WORTH

Baptist Book Store400 Throckmorton St. (2)Approximatety SOO jamsprima-rily religious; distribution re-stricted to Texas.

Fort Worth Public SchoolsApproximately 1,900 filmsclass-room and sponsored; distributionrestricted to public schools andcivic groups of Fort Worth.

Miller's Visual Aids, Inc.619 Pennsylvania Ave.Approximately 750 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews606 Danciger Bldg.Approximately 15 fil, * racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

Sinclair Refining Co.Att: Farm SalesFair Bldg.Six filmseducational on agricul-ture; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Tandy Leather Co.800 Throckmorton StP. 0. Box 791Four films on leatliercraftcarving.

GALVESTON

Galveston Public SchoolsApproximately 660 fiL Adstional and some sponsored; disbution restricted to Galveston Plic Schools.

Rosenberg LibraryApproximately 505 filmsinforstional, entertainment shortsfeatures; distribution restrictedGalveston County.

Santa Fe Film Bureau212 Santa Fe General Office BiiApproximately SO fametravelorailroad industry, and SouthwIndian films.

U. S. Army *EngineersGalveston DistrictP. 0.113ox 1229One film on the intracoatWaterway.

HOUSTON

Air France446 Mollie Esperson Bldg.815 Walker Ave.Four filmstravelogs.

A. M. Byers Co.1502 Mollie Esperson Bldg. (2)Two ftimeon wrought iron disnow melting.

Anti-DefamationB'rithSouthwest Regional Office2405 San Jacinto St. (2)Approximately 25 Nowwhotional and religious, 4,intercultural underage f" 111tribution rsetrictmrtb ileogropitcal region.

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Audio-Visual Services2310 Austin (4)Approximately 1,000 ft/meenter.tainment, informational, religious,and sponsored.

Baptist Book Store4111-15 Main St. (2)Approximately 350 filmsprima-rily religious; distribution re-stricted to Houston region.

Ray K. Daily, M.D.1215 Walker Ave. (2)Fifteen films---instructional.

Farm Credit District of Houston430 Lamar Ave. (1)Approximately 15 filmson farmcredit and ctoperatives; distribu-tion restricted to Texas.

Gulf Oil Corp.P. 0. Box 2140 (1)Twenty films primarily trav-elogs.

Houston Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Education Dept8901 Telephone Rd.Approximately 1,100 fil .dued-tional, ome sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Houston.

Max H. Jacobs AgencyP. 0. Box 6098 (6)Two fame educational; &straw-Hon primarily restricted to Texas.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.2818 San Jacinto St. (4)Approximately 100Hone and informational, ail spon-sored Jams; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews1110 Scanlan Bldg. (2)APproximataty 1( filmson racialand religions 'standing; dis-tribution restricted to gsoalraphi-cal region.

Shell 011 Co.Film LibraryP. 0. BoT 2099Approximately 15 filmseduca-tional about the oil industry andrelated subjects.

Southern Pacific Co.Public Relations Dept.918 Franklin Ave. (1)Five filmsabout railroads.

Southwestetn Camera Co.1414 MainApproximately 60 filmsenter-tainment shorts and features.Tandy Leather Co.1304 Dallas St.Four films on leathereraft andcarving.

The Texas Co.P. 0. Box 2332Approximately tO filmsabout oiland the oil industry, a few agri-cultural subjects.

Texas Educational Aids2608 Fannin St. (2)Approximately 600 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

University of HoustonApproximately 060 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toTexas.

HUNTSVILLE

Sam Houston State TeachersCollegeEstill LibraryFilm DivisionApproximately 350 lamseduca-tional.

KINGSVILLE

Texas A and I CollegeFilm ServiceApproximately 150 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Kingsville area.

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Baptist Book Store1212 Avenue QBox 558Approximately 275 ftimsprima-rily religious; distribution re-tricted to Lubbock areck.

Sound-Photo Sales Co.2107-A BroadwayA pproii atoll/ 680 filmsen ter-tainment and religious.

Tandy Leather Co.1218 Avenue HFour films on leathercraft andcarving.

West Texas CooperativeAudio-Visual ServicesTexas Technological CollegeApproximately 1 1100 fit. -dues-tional; distribution restricted tomember schools of cooperative.

NACOGDOCHES

Stephen F. Austin State CollegeNacogdoches Film LibraryApproximately 150 filmsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toEast Texas.

ORANGE

8mm-16mm Film HeadquartersP. 0. Box 112Approximately 400 filmsenter-tainment shorts, features, someeducational.

Orange Public SchoolsApproximately SO films---4nstruc-tional and some sponsored; distri-bution restricted to Orange Pub!icSchools.

FXSADENA

Harris County Bureau of VisualEducationPasadena Public SchoolsApprotrinatly 850 filme---instruc-tional; .distribution' restricted tomember schools in Harris County.

SAN ANGELO

San Angelo Public SchoolsApproximately $35 fains---edua-tional and some sponsored; distri-bution restricted to schools andcommunity organisations in SanAngelo' independent school district.

SAN ANTONIO

Aztecs Films, Inc.410 San PedroA pproximatieli iso filmsenter-tainment and religious featureswith Spanis4 dialogue; distrait-tion restricted to Southern States.

Baptist Book Store111-115 Lexington Ave. (5)Approximately t75 fameprima-rily religious; distribution re-striated to San Antonio area.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews511-12 Aztec Bldg. (5)Approximately 16 fanison racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to g*ogre*.cal region.

San Antonio Independent SchoolDistrictDepartment of Visual EducationApproximately 1,600 Pies --- in-structional; distribution restrictedto schools in San Antonio 1nde-pendent School District.

San Antonio Public Library (5)Approximately lii /Limainforma-tional; distribution restricted teadults in San Antonio and HexerCounty.

Donald L. Smith Co.1110 Main Ave.P. 0. Box 1786 (6)Approximately 150 filmsextort,tainment shorts, Ieatures, andsponsors&

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Charles G. Stidham Co.1508 Fredericksburg Rd. (1)Approximately $75 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and reli-gious.

Tandy Leather Co.30642. CommerceFour fame on le4athercraft andcarving.

United World Free Film Service1110 N. Main Ave.Approximately so fil Ariuca-tional and informationat, all epos.sore&

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Southwest Texas State TeachersCollegeApproximately SO film, -duca.tiona 1; distribution restricted toth College.

SNYDER

Snyder Public SchoolsApproximately 200 filmsclass-room; distribution restricted toSnyder city schools.

TEMPLE4

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState OfficeP. O. Box 417 I

Approximately 15 films on soiland water conservation; distribis-tion restricted to Texas.

TEXARKANA

Texarkana Public SchoolsApproximately SOS Illigiooditoa-timid; distribution restricted tolocal schools.

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Texas City Independent SchoolDistrictFilm LibraryP. O. Box 560Approximately 800 famseduca-tional; distribution restricted toTexas City schools.

TYLER

Texas Educational Aids125 S. BroadwayA pproximately 165 filmsenter.tainment ahd religious; distribu-Non restricted to geographicalregion.

VERNON

Vernon Public SchoolsApproximately 105 fil dass-room; distribution restricted toschools within Vernon trade area.

WACO

Baylor UniversityBaylor Film ServiceApproximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Tandy Leather Co.127 S. Eighth St.Four fame on leatkercraf t andcarving.

Waco Public SchoolsApproximately 600 famseduca.tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Waco PublicSchools.

WESLACO

Rio Grande Valley Co-op FilmLibraryWeslaco High SchoolApproximately 400 itintsinstruo.tional; distribution rest toschool members of cooperative filmlibrary.

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County Superintendent of SchoolsApproximately 150 filmsenter-tainment, and educational; distri-bution restricted to 100mile radiusof Wichita Fail&

Utah

LOGAN

Utah State UniversityAudio-Visual LibraryApproximately 600 fil7114-ell ter-tainment, educational, and spon-sored.

MIDVALE

Salt Lake County Free PublicLibraryApproximatety 495 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toLibrary service area.

OGDEN

U. S. Forest ServiceForest ServiCe Bldg.Approximately 65 films o thenational forests, forest manage-ment, and forest fire prevention;distribution restricted to geograph-ical region.

Weber CollegeApproximately 180 famsinstruc-tional; distribution restricted toWeber College.

PROVO

Brigham Young UniversityAudio-Visual CenterApproximately 3,000 filmsenter-tainment shorts, educational, re-ligious, and sponsored.

SALT LAKE CITY

American Cancer SocietyUtah Division, Inc.176 Social Hall Ave.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews718 Tenth St.Approximately 15 filmson racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

A tO prima-rily on mincer and cancer preven-tion; distribution restricted toLi tak.

J. I. Case Co.470 W. Sixth South St. (4)Approximately 15 filmsinforms-tional about agriculture; distribu-tion restricted to agricultural usersin geographical region.

Deseret Book Co.Film Library44 E. South Temple (10)Approximately 1,500 film .44 ter.tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.54 Orpheum Ave.Approximately 6,000 ftimswen4r-tainment, religious, educational,and sponsored.

The Mountain States Telephoneand Telegraph Co.70 S. State St. (1)Approximately 75 filmsinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pony offices.

4National Foundation for InfantileParalysisCharles Bldg.19 W. South Main St. (1)Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

State Director of Civil Defense207 S. Main St.Approximately SO filmson civildefense; distribution restricted toUtah.

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Tandy Leather Co.712 S. State St.Four films an Lsatliereraf t andcarving.

U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division608 Federal Bldg.360 S. Main St. (1)Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bands; distri-bution restricted to Utah.U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState Office222 S. West Temple St. (1)Approximately f5 films CrA sailand water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to Utak.United World Free Film Service44 E. South TempleA pprorimately 20 filmaeducta-tional and informational, ailjtpoit-sore&

ermont 211

University of UtahExtension DivisionAudio-Visual Bureau (1)Approximately 3,000 films--edura-

instructional, some spon-sored.

Utah High School Activities Assn.19 W. South Temple St.Approximately 5 films--on sports;distribution restricted to memberhigh sckools in Utak

Utah Tourist and PublicityCouncil327 State Capitol Bldg. (14)Seven maabout UtaA.

Utah Tuberculosis and HealthAssn.314 Beason Bldg.Twelve films--on tuberculosis andrelated subjects; distribution rs-stricted to Utak.

Vermont

BARRE

The Barre Granite Assn., Inc.51 Church St.Two faIRS informational aboutVermont.

BU RLINGTON

New England Telephone and Tele-graph Co.260 College St.Approximately 75 films-----informa-tional and public relations; requestrams through local telephone com-pany offices.

U. S. Department Of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division109 S. Winooski Ave.Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to Vermont.

University of VermontVermont Film LibraryApproximately 1,.100 filmsenter.tainment, educational, and spon-sored; distribution restricted toVermont.

Vermont Tuberculosis and HealthAssn., Inc.187 College St.Approximately 10 filmson tuber-culosis and related subjects; distri-bution restricted to Vermont.

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState OfficeUniversity of VermontP. 0. Box 736Approximately 25 film on soiland water conservation; distrait-tion restricted to Vermont.

MONTPELIER

State Director of Civil DefenseApproximately 20 filmson civildeems; distribution restricted toVermont.

Vermont Cancer Society, Inc.Division of the American CancerSociety79 Main St.Approximately SO filmsprima-rily on cancer and cancer preven

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SPRINGFIELD

Bryant Chucking Grinder Co.Advertising Dept.Two filmte---on basic matAines andtool designs.

ABINGTON

The Fellows Gear Shaper co.Publicity Dept.One fanion gearing ; distributionprimarily restricted to industryand engineering groups.

Jones & Lamson Machine Co.Seven ft1ms-4vistructiona1 on ma-cAine operation.

Washington County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsWashington Film LibraryWm. King High SchoolA pprorisiotely 140 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toWasAington County Public Schools.

ACCOMAC

Accomac County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsAccomac High SchoolApproximately 80 films---edura-tional; distribution restricted toAccomac County Public Schools.

ALEXANDRIA

Alexandria Public Library717 Queen St.Approximately 150 Alma throughthe Suburban Washington LibraryFilm Serv yioual, sootssponsored.

Alexandria Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board Office418 S. WashingtonApproximately 150 itimeectuoa-tional; distribution restricted toAlexandria Public Schools.

American Red CrossOffice of Public InformationEastern Area Office615 N. St. Asap)) St.Approximately 25 fit forma-tional about Red Cross ervices;request films through local RedCross chapters.

AMELIA

Amelia County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 40 Mnis---edica*tionai; distribution restricted toAmelia County Public Schools.

AMHERST

Amherst County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeA pproriniately 55 filmeeduca-tional; distribution restricted toA mAsrst County Public Schools.

APPOMATTOX

Appomattox County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsCounty LibraryA pproximat4iy SO Aimiedstos-tional; distribution restricted toAppomattox County Public Schools.

ARLINGTON

Arlington County Department ofLibrariesFilm Service1028 N. Irving StApproximately 100 Alms throughtits Suburban Washington LibraryFilm Serviceinformational, sonssponsored.

Arlington County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching Materials

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Approximately 650 fams---eduos-tional; distribution restricted toArlington County Public Schools.

U. 8. Marine CorpsDirector, Fifth Marine Corps Re-serve & Recruitment DistrictHenderson Hall, Bldg. No. 4 (8)Approximately 15 Nmsabout theMarina Corp.; distribution re.evicted to geograpAical region.

BLACKSBURG

Virginia Polytechnic InstituteAgricultural Extension ServiceFilm LibraryApproximately 115 filmaedatoa-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Virginia.

SOYDTON

Mecklenburg County Public SchoolsAureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 115 filme---educa.timid; distribution restricted toMecklenburg County PublicSchools.

BRISTOL

Bristol Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsVirginia High SchoolApproximately 100 Ainte---edstas.tional; distribution restricted toBristol Public Schools.

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BUENA VISTA

Buena Vista Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsParry Meaner High School

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Charlottesville Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching Materials406 Fourteenth St.Approximately 95 ftims--eduoa-tional; distribution restricted toCharlottesville Public ScAools.

Virginia High School LeagueBox 3697University Station,Approximately £5 filMS-011 sports;distribution restricted to memberhigh schools of Virgiwia

Virginia State Department ofEducationRegional Bureau of TeachingMaterialsUniversity of Virginia, ExteonDivisionApproximately 750 films-4oduca.tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to publie schools ofNorthern Virginia.

CHATHAM

Pittsylvania County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately $OO films---educa-tional; distribution restricted toPittsktuania County Public Schools.

CHRISTIANSBURG

Montgomery County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 75 filmo----educa..tional; distribution restrited toMontgomery County Public Schools.

CLINTWOOD

Dickenson County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 880 films---eduoafttional; distribution rest toDickenson County Public Schools.

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Alleghany County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 200 famseduca.tional; distribution restricted toAlleghany County Public Schools.

CULPEPER

Culpeper County Public SchoolsBureau'of Teaching MaterialsAdministration Bldg.Approximately 80 filmseduca.tional; distribution restricted toCulpeper County Public Schools.

DANVILLE

Danville Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board AnnexKemper Rd.Approximately 175 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toganville Public Schools.

DINWIDDIE

Dinwiddie County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 145 filmeduca-tional; distribution restricted toDinwiddie County Public Schools.

EASTVILLE

Northampton County PublicSchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsNorthampton High SchoolApproximately 75 famseduca-tional; distributuion restricted toNorthampton County PublicSchools.

EMPORIA

Greensville County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 65 famseduea-

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tional; distribution restricted toGreeneville County Public Schools.

FAIRFAX

Fairfax County LibraryApproximately 250 films throughthe Suburban Washington LibraryFilm Serviceinformational, somesponsored.

Fairfax County Public SehoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 1,000 filmseducii.tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Fairfax County PublicSchools and community organs-zations.

FALLS CHURCH

Falls Church Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 20 filmMusa-tional; distribution restricted toFalls Church Public Schools.

FARMVILLE

Cumberland and Prince EdwardCounty Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching Materials

. Longwood CollegeApproximately 50 filmo---eduoa.tional; distribution restricted toCumberland and Prince EdwardCounty Public Schools.

Virginia State Department of Edu-cationRegional Bureau of Teaching Mate.rialsLeawood CollegeApprozi.mota4e00 fameeduce-tional; tion restrrcted toschfoli of Southern Virginia.

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FLOYD

Floyd County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 40 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toFloyd County Public Schools.

GLOUCESTER

Gloucester County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately SO filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toGloucester County Public Schooia.

GRUNDY

Buchanan County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsGrundy High SchoolApproximately SOO filmseduca-tianal; distribution restricted toBuchanan County Public Schools.

HALIFAX

Halifax County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MatexialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 175 films---educa-tional; distribution restricted toHalifax County Publit Schools.

HAMPTON

Hampton City SchoolsCentral Film LibraryWilson Thorpe Junior High SchoolApproximately SOO filmse*ea-tional; attribution ,restrieted toHampton City public schools.

HARRISONBURG

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Approximately 15 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toHarrisonburg Public Schools.

Rockingham County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 100 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toRockingham County Public Schools.

Virginia State Department ofEducationRegional Bureau of TeachingMaterialsMadison CollegeApproximately 1,020 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to 11 counties in Vir-ginia.

HILLSVILLE

Carroll County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 100 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toCarroll County Pyblic Schools.

HILTON VILCAGE

Warwick City Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching Materials118 Main St.Approximately 200 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toWarwick City Public Schools.

HOPEWELL

Hopewell Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsHigh Sclfool LibraryApproximately 70 filmseduca-tional; distribution restrided toHopewell Public Schools.

INDEPENDENCE

Grayson County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board Office

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Approximately 90 famseduca.tional; distribution restricted toGrayson County Public Schools.

JONESVILLE

Lee County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching katerialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 250 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toLee County Public Schools.

LAWRENCEVILLE

Brunswick County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 80 filmseduca-tional; distribution primarily rep-stricted to Brunswick County Pub-tic Schools.

LEBANON

Russell County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 110 fil -duos.tional; distribution to RussellCounty Public Schools.

LEXINGTON

Rockbridge County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 40 filmsr--educa-tional; distribution restricted toRockbridge County Public Schools.

LYNCHBURG

Lynchurg Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching Materials1101 Court St.Approximately 685 jil -, tufa-tional; distribution restricted toLynchburg Public Schools'.

LYNNHAVEN

Princess Anne County PublicSchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsPrincess Anne High SchoolApproximately 100tional; distribution restricted tofrincess Anne County PublicSchools.

MANASSAS

Prince William County PublicSchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsOsbourn High SchoolApproximately 85 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toPrince William County Public

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MARION

Smyth County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 160 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toSmyth County Public Schools.

MARTINSVILLE

Henry County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsBox 611Approximately 100 iihne---educa-tional; distribution restricted toHenry County Public Schools.

Martinsville Public SchoolsTeaching Materials CenterApproximately 185 Mmoeducti-tional; distribution restricted toMartinsville city schools.

NEWPORT NEWS

Newport News Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching Materials1141 22d Elt.Approximately 450 lilm.---educts-tional; distribution rutrieted toNewport News Public Schools.

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Norfolk County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching Materials2313 Cedar Rd., Great Bridge (6)Approximately 750 filmseduce-tional; distribution restricted toNorfolk County Public Schools.

Norfolk Public SchoolsTeaching Materials LibraryDepartment Library ServicesPatrick Henry School Bldg.Colley & Pembroke Ayes. (7)Approximately 700 famseduca-tional; distribution restricted toNorfolk City public schools.

Tandy Leather Co.110 W. York St.Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

The Texas Co.P. 0. Box 901 (1)Approximately 20 films mostlyabout oil and the oil industry, afew agricultural subjects.

Tidewater Audio-Visual Center29 Southern Shopping Center (5)Approximately 400 filmsenter-tainment, educational and reli-gious.

U. S. Army EngineersNorfolk DistrictP. 0. Box 119Two filmson deep-water harborchannels.

U. S. Coast GuardFifth Coast Guard DistrictBox 640New Post Office Bldg. (1)Approximately 15 films on theCoast Guard and its activities; dis-tribution restricted to Fifth CoastGuard District.

U. S. Department of the NavyCommandant, Fifth Naval DistrictAU: Asst. for Public InformationU. S. Naval Base (11)Approsimately 885 ftlms---tiS pub-lie Wormation and 110 training

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ORANGE

Orange County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 40 filmi!educa-tional; distribution restricted toOrange County Public. Schools.

PEARISBURG

Giles County PublicBureau of TeachingCounty LibraryApproximately 90tional; distributionGiles County Public

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Petersburg Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsDepartment of LibrariesApproximately 510 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toPeters6rg Public Schools.

Virginia State CollegeAudio-Visual CenterAppeoximately 165 famseduca-tional; distribution restricted toCampus use.

POWHATAN

Powhatan County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 15 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toPowhatan County Public Schools.

PULASKI

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RADFORD

Virginia State Department of Edu-cationRegional Bureau of TeachingMaterialsRadford CollegeApproximately 870 famseduca-tional; distribution restricted 'opublic schools in Southwest Vir-ginia.

RICHMOND

American Bible SocietyAudio-Visual Dept.1035 Central National Bank Bldg.(19)

,Approximately 10 filmsabout theBible and the program of theAmerican Bible Society..

American Cancer SocietyVirginia Division frk

303 W. Franklin St. (20)Approximately SO filmsprima-rily on cancer and cancer preven-'tion; distribution restricted toVirginia.

Anti-Defamation League of B'naiB'rithNorth Carolina-Virginia RegionalOffice216 N. Second St. (19)Approximately 25 filmseduca-tional and religious, primarily onintercultural understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

Baptist Book Store212 E. Grace St. (19)Approximateiy £50rily religi,s; distribution re-stricted to Virginia.

The Chesapeake and Potomac Tele-phone Co. of Virginia708 E. Grace St. (19)

16mm Film Libraries

Approximately 75 famsinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone coin-Patty offices.

Commission of Game & InlandFisheries7 N. Second St. (13)Fifty-five films on wildlife andconservation; distribution re-stricted to Virginia.

Commonwealth of _VirginiaGovernor's Highway Safety Com-mitteeP. 0. Box 1299 (10)Approximately 105 films all ontraffic safety; distribution re-stricted to Virginia.

The Federal Reserve Bank ofRichmondPublic Information Dept. (18)Eight films---educational.

Henrico County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 160# filmseducs-tionall distribution restricted toHenrico County Public Schools.

Ideal Pictures, Inc.219 E. Main St. (19) hApproximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, religious, educational,and sponsored.

Stanley B. MarkelMirkel Service, Inc.P. 0. Box 1217One fa, twat% Po

The Methodist Publish' ouseAudia-Visual Dept.Fifth and Grace SUL (T6)Approximately 1,500 filmsprima-rily religious but also secular fetacational and entertainment sub-jects; distribution restricted togeographical region.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews222 E. Broad St. (19)

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Approximately 15 fil racialand religiow understanding ; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysisRoom 4011 N. Fifth St. (19)Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

Presbyterian Book StoreAudio-Visual Aids Dept.8 N. Sixth St:Approximately 550 filmsall reli-gious ;, distribution restricted tochurches.

Richmond DioceseParochial Schools807 Floyd Ave. (20)Approximately 110 filmseduca-tional and religious; distributionprimarily restricted to schools inRichmond Diocese.

Richmond Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching Materials407 N. Twelfth St.Approthimately 1,700 filmseduca-tional, a few sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Richmond PublicSchools.

State Coordinator of Civil DefenRoom 20, The CapitolApproximately 40 jilmaondefense; distribution rest

U. 8. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Di ion900 N. Lombardy St. )Seventeen filmsabout itedStales and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to Virginia.

United World Free Film Service219 E. Main St.Approaimataly 10 films---ohoal:time' aid inforesational, au spoof.send. dr-

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Virginia Department of Conserva-tion and DevelopmentDivision of Public Relations andAdvertising.Room 820, State Office Bldg. (19)Twenty-one filmshistoric, scenic,and recreational attractions of Vir-ginia.

Virginia State Board of EducationBureau of Teaching Materials (16)Approximately 1,800 filmseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to public schools andother State agencies of Virginia.Virginia State Health DepartmentBureau of Health EducationBlanton Bldg.Approximately 75 fil . nstnw-tional-on health subjects; distribu-tion restricted to Virginia.

Virginia State Mental Health De-partmentFilm LibraryTwelfth & Main Sts.Thirty-nine films on mentalhealth; distribution restricted to

Virginia Tuberculosis Aun.118 S. Third St. (19)Approximately 80 Almson tuber-culosis and related subjects; distri-bution restricted to Virginia.

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Baptist Book Store86 W. Kirk Ave. (11).ApproOmately 75 filmoprimesrily religious; distribution re-stricted to Virginia.

Norfolk and Western gailway Co.Magazine and Advertising Dept.Three films entertainment andeducational,.

Roanoke Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsP. 01 Box.2129Approximately 800 filmseducal.tional; distribution rostrieted toRoanoke Public &hoots.

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ROCKY MOUNT

Franklin County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsRocky Mount High SchoolApproximately 60 filmsedum-tional; distribution restricted toFranklin County Public Schools.

RUSTRURG

Campbell County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately it° Ppmeduca-tional; distribution restricted toCampbell County Public Schools.

SALEM

Roanoke County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately S40 films--e4uca-tional; distribution restricted toRoanoke County Public Schools.

SALUDA

Middlesex County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsMiddlesex High SchoolApproximately 15 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toMiddlesex County Public Schools.

SOUTH NORFOLK

South Norfolk Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsOscar F. Smith High Film Library2500 Rodgers St.Approximately 75 0meduca-tional; distribution restricted toSouth Norfolk Public Schools.

SPOTSYLVANIA

Spotaylvania County Public SchoolsBureau a Teaching MaterialsHigh SchoolApproximate/II So filmsMmes.

tional; distribution restricted toSpotsylvania County PublicSchools.

STAUNTON

Augusta County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsBox 868Approximately 175 fameeduca-tional; distribution restricted toAugusta County Public Schools.

STUART

Patrick County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsApproximately 75 filmseduce-tional; distribution restricted to

"Patrick County Public Schools.

SUFFOLK

Nansemond County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApprolintately 115 fil, Auto.tional; distribution restrieted toNanamond County Public Schools.

Suffolk City SchoolsAudio-Visuski Dept.Approximately 115 filmseduce-tional; distribution restricted toSuffolk public schools.

TAZEWEU.

Tazewell County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 180 Nma---educational; distribution restricted toTazewell County Public Schools.

VICTORIA

Lunenburg County Public _SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 10 flimmmedsseational; disrtibution rostrieted toIAMIlistarf COWS( Public Schools.

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Fauquier County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 155 fams----eduea-tional; distribution restricted tlFauquier County Public Schools.

WAVE

Sussex tr Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 100 filmeeduoa-Noma; distribution restricted toSussex County Public Schools.

WILLIAMSBURG

Colonial Williamsburg, Inc.Film Distribution SectionSeven films educational dealingwith varied aspects of life in Colon-ial America.

Matthew Whaley SchoolFilm LibraryThirty-six films instructional;distribution restricted to localschools and community organisa-tions.

WINCHESTER

O'Sullivan Rubber Corp.Onra Poe on the production ofrubber.

Winchester Public SchoolsBureau a Teaching MaterialsHandley High School

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WINDSOR

Isle of Wight County PublicSchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately AO filme----educa.tional; distribution restricted toIsle of Wight County PublicSchools.

WISE

Wise County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsOffice of Division SuperintendentApproximately 260 fiJ . ;dues-tional; distribution restricted toWise County .Public Schools.

WOODSTOCK

Shenandoah County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board Office'Approximately 115 famseduca.tional; distribution restricted toShenandoah County Public Schoo!s.

WYTHEVILLE

Wythe County Public SchoolsBureau of Teaching MaterialsSchool Board OfficeApproximately 115 famseduca-tional; distribution restricted toWythe County Public Schools.

washings..Bellingham Public Schools _

Audio-Visual Materials CenterApproximately 280 filmseduce-Hone, some sponsored; distribwtion reetrietsd to Bellingham.

Whatcom Cotulty SchoolsCounty Court HouseApproxisustely 185 filmsinstruo-tionak distribution Test toWhatoom County Schools.

Bellingham Public LibraryApproximaipir 11 films month!),through the Washington LibraryFilm Circuit, and a /Um loon ser-vice of the Washington FilmLibrary Association eduoational;art, and informational; distribu-tion restrictd to Library patrons.

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Lewis County SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterApproximately 350 , filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted topublic schools in Lewis County andto Washington State TrainingSchool.

ELLENSBURG

Central Washington College ofEducationOffice of Visual EducationApproximately 1 ,700 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and spon-sored; distribution rettricted toPacific Northwest States.

EVERETT

County Superintendent of SchoolsSnohomish CountyApprozimatily 900 filmseduca-6~1, and eponsored; distributionrestricted to Snohomish County.

KELSO

Cowlitz C9unty SchoolsInstructional MaterialsCounty Court HouseApproximately 615 filmsinstrul-tional; distribution restricted toCowlitz, Wikiakum, Thurston, andLewis Counties.

LONGVIEW

International Paper Co.Long-Bell DivisionOne itimeducationai.

Longview Public LibraryApproximately 15 fame monthlythrough the Washington Film Cir-cuitchildren's films, travel, andinformational; distribution re-stricted to Library patrons.

OLYMPIA

State Director of Civil DefenseP. 0. Boy 519

Approximately SO filmson civildefense; distribution restricted toWashington.*

State of WashingtonDivision of SafetyDepartment of Labor and Indus-tries

films industrialsafety education.

Thurston County SchoolsMaterials and Curriculum LibraryRoom 204, Court HouseApproximately 250 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Thurston County andOlympia public schools.

PORT TOWNSEND 9,

Clallam and Jefferson CountySchoolsInstructional Materials LibraryCourt HouseApproximately 175 fams---40eruc-tional; distribution primarily re-stricted to Jefferson and Calla*Countim

PULLMAN

State College of WashingtonAudio-Visual CenterApproximately 1,500 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Western States.

RICHLAND

Richland Public SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterApproximately 815 filmsprima-fly classroom.

U. S. Atomic Energy CommissionAtt: Director, Information DivisionHanford Operations OfficeP. 0. Box 560Approximatdly 80 ithniron atomic

ivy and rotated subjects; die-tribution restricted to geOgrapia-oal region.

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Air FranceWhite Henry Stuart Bldg.Room 616 (1)Four filmstravelogs.

American Cancer SocietyWashington Division, Inc.123 W. HarrisonApproximately 15 Myna, .rily on cancer and cancer preven-tion for both professional and layaudiences; distribution restrictedto State of Washington.

American Leprosy Missions, Inc.527 E. Lake Ave.Apt. 310 (9)Night films informational andreligious.

Anti-Defamation League of IrnalB'rithPacific Northwest Regional Office2303 Smith Tower Bldg. (4)Approximately 15 fit -stional and religimorprimarily onatteresatotral. undirstanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographicalregion.

Audio-Visual Center, Inc.1205 N. 45th St. (8)Approximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, educaqoual, religious,and eponsored.

Canadian Consulate General1407 Tower Bldg.Seventh & Olive WayApproximately 100 ftlmson Cast-oda; distribution rutricted to goo-graphioal region.

Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picture Library214 Vance Bldg.Third Ave. and Union Bt.Approximately 10 Powtravelogson Cmtada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

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Cinema Service517 Dexter St. (9)A pproximately 155 filmsprima-rily on the industries and resourcesof Washington.

Colman's Kodak Supplies, Inc.1319 Fourth Ave.A pproximately 75 filmsenter-tainment shorts.

Craig Corp.1021 E. Pine St. (22)Approximately 1,000 films----educa-tional; distribution restricted toWest Coast States.

Holy Name Films007 Terry St.Approximately 40 filmsenter-tainment, educational, and roil.gious.

King County Humane Society601 Elliott Ave., W.Eight films---4-ducational; distribu-tion restricted to coastal countiesof Waskington.

King County Schools809 County-City Bldg. (4)Approximately 1,450 famseduca-tional, some sponsored; distribuation restricted to King CountySchools.

Matson Navigation Co.814 Second Ave.Two fit . directional and travel.

Missionari Film-Service, Inc.826 Gwinn Pl. (2)Approximately 50 fit rend-gifts.

Modern Talking Picture Service,Inc.5514 University Way (5)Approximately 800 filmsMucci,Nona and infrmational, all epos-Bored Amos; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

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Moran's Cameraland4541 California Ave. (16)Approximately 300 filmo--prima-rily entertainment shorts; distri-

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National Conference of Christiansand Jews701 Seaboard Bldg. (1)Approximately 15 flimson racialand religious understanding; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis215 Lloyd Bldg.Sixth & Stewart Sts. (1)Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

Pacific Northwest Trade Aun.1218 Joseph Vance Bldg.One famNsponserod; distributionrestricted to Washington, Oregon,Ida Ao, and Montana.

The Pacific Telephone and Tele-graph Co.1200 Third Ave. (1)Approximately 75 fl1 -Worms-tionaVitnd public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

Portland Cement Assn.903 Seaboard Bldg.Ten fa formational; distribm-tion restricted to Washington Stateand Nortkern Idaho.

Rarig Motion Picture Co.6514 University Way (5)Approximately 1,500 filmsenter-tainmant, educational, religious,and :sponsored; distribution re-striated to Northwest States.

Sabena Belgion World AirlinesSecurities Building ArcadeThird & Steward Sta.Approximately nrily travelogs.

&Natl. Art MuseumVolunteer Park (2)

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Approximately 80 fthowentar.tail. 'Mintt and educational; distri-bution restricted to schools andcolleges in the Pacific Northwest.

Seattle fifty LightPublic Mations Section1015 Third Ave.Two filmslucational.Seattle Police Dept.Public Relations BureauPublic Safety Bldg. (4)Fifteen films primarily *duos-tional; distribution rostrictod toSeattle area.

Seattle Public LibraryApproximately 700 filmseduce-tional, soma sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to .Stattis and. KingCounty.

Seattle Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Dept815 Fourth Ave, N. (9)Approximately 1,500 fasseedues.honed, some sponsored; distribst-tion restricted to Seattle PublicSchools.

Singer Sewing Machine Co.Manufacturers Trade Dept.1921 Fifth Ave. (1)Five filmoon sewing and sewingmachines; distribution restricted tosurrounding territory.

A. G. ASpalding & Bros., Int.223 Westlake, N.Three films on sports; disrestricted to geographical re

Tall's Camera Supply1415 Third Ave.Approximately 550 filmeonter.faineant and sponwred.

Tandy Leather Co.2024 Third Ave.Four OM on leathercraft andoarviseg.

The Texas Co.P. 0. Box 1906Approximately SO films mostly

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Air LinesSch and College Service1225 Fourth Ave. (1)Eight POPI*---016 airplanes and airtravel.

United Cerebral Palsy ASS061-tion of 1ELng County201 Minor N. (9)One fam--o* cerebral palsy.U. S. Army EngineersAlaska District's Seattle BranchOffice4785 E. Marginal Way (4)Ons filmon tA. AlasJca Pipeline.U. S. Coast GuardThirteenth Coast Guard District618 Second Ave. (4)Approximately 15 films o the.;vole (heard and its ;activities cita-

tion restricted to ThirteenthCoast Guard District.U. S. Department of the NavyCcenmandant, Thirteenth NavalDistrictAtt: Asst. for Public InformationU. S. Naval Station (99)Approximately 885 flints-4U pub-tic information and ISO trainingfilms distribution of all MISS re-strict to Thirteenth Naval Dis-trict; difti97-, Lion of training filmsrestricted to educattonal institn-Nona at times when sot in toe bythe Navy.

U. 8. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division236 Federal Office BM'.909 First Ave. (4)Seventeen bout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-Indio* restricted to Washington.Univer.sity of Washiagtm

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Washington Association for ke.tarded Children4008 Arcade Bldg. (1)Six filmsinformational about rs-tarded children.

Washington Education Assn,910 Fifth Ave. (4)Eighteen films about education;distribution restricted to State ofWashington.

Washington Skate AeronauticsCommissionDirector of Aeronautics

--Box 8, Boeing Field (8)Seven filmson aviation safety;distribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

Washington State Department ofGameEducation & Information Division1$09 Fairview Ave.Five filmseducational on wildlifeand game; di.trhi4,I restrictedto Washington.

Washington State Department ofHealthHealth Education SectionApprorimatey 100 Alms onhealth and medical subjects.

Washington State Heart Assn.3114 Arcade Bldg.Twenty-eix flime----educationa 'dis-tribution restricted to Washington.

Washington Temperance5131 Arcade Bldg.seven lihneolucational, religious,and sponsored; distribution re-stricted to Washington.

Washington Tuberculosis Assn.Volker Bldg.1000 Lenora (1)Approximately 15 ftionoos tuber-culosis and related subjeets; distri-booties restricted to Washington.

World Wide PicturesU14 University Way (6)Fifteen Potoreligious.

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Church tilm Service4033 W. Pri

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Farm Credit District of Spokane610,Main Ave. (8)

- Approximately 15 lihne---on farmcredit and cooperatives; distribu-tion restricted to States in FarmCrefdit District.

Consists UniversityA pproximiat44 80 fihne----editoa-tional, religious, some entertain-ment shorts.

Inland Audio-Visual Co.N. 2825 Monroe St. (17)Approximately S50 Aimsenter-tainment *powered, and edam-

Spokane County Supfrintendent ofSchoolsInstructional Aids OfficeApproximate/of SOO fihks--educa-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to Spokane- County.

Spokane Public PbriTyApKxionately SO films monthlytArough a film loan serVi041 of theWashington State College, tks

A WasItington Stat. Film Circuit andthe Natio;iat Film Board of Can-ada educational, art, informa-tional; distribution restricted tocity and woody Leibrery patrons,excludin schools.

Spokane Public SchoolsDepartment of Audio-Visual .Edu-cationW. 615 Fourth Ave. (4)Appro . -ly 1,500 fiints---edittca-tional, some sponsored.

Tandy Leather Co.W. 928 RiversideFur: Mins en Watercraft and~vine.

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState Office801 Hutton Bldg. (4)Approximately U Alms mow on toiland water conservation; &bibs.ties restricted to Washington.

TACOMA

Clover Park School District No, 4005214 8teilacoom Blvd. (99),A pPrO4Ti10144441f 110 Aints--educe-tional, som sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Clover Parkschools.

Pierce County Instructional] Ma-terials Center604 Court Rouse (5)Approximately 170 111;1*--whiss-Nowa, sone *motored; distribu-ties restricted to Piero. -Countyschools..

S & C Motion Picture Service11002 El. Arnsworth (44) ,Approximately 1,000 filmsenter-Want* and religious.

Tacoma 14blie LibrarySistye Aims, as a member of theWashington Public Libraries FillsCircuit; souse oral Ans.

Tacoma Public SchoolsAudio-Visual Ethication Dept. (1)Approximately 1,100 pne--i-edstoa-tional and sponsored; distributionresttictsd to Tacoma and theme&atm vicinity.

Tandy Leather Co.113 S. Tenth St.Four Aim on leatAereraft qd

VANCOUVER

Fort VancOuver Regional LibraryTwenty-eight Nuts *mod pluswren filets tnentAly throw* to-*waive gm admit; distributionrstriotd to Library patrons.

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Vancouver Public &lookDepartment. of Instructional Ita-terialsApproximately 155 /Unts.---educts-Noma, some sponsored; distrait.tion restricted to Vanoouver Pub-lie Schools.

WALLA WALLA

Pacific CooperativesP.'0. Box 1004Approximately tO0 filmson oo-operatitfe Picts, general interest,and entert 'newt ; distribution e-stricted to Idaho, Oregon, andWaki*gtoii

U. 8. Army EngineersWalla Walla DistrictBldg. 602Ciéy-County AirportFour fameon navigatiol and themistrials- of dams.

Walla Walla Public SchoolsApproximately /OD filmsinstruo-.tional; distribution restricted toWalla Walla Public Schools.

WENATCHEE

Chtlan-Dougtas County 'SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterChelan County Court HouseAmmnimateiy tootional; distribution restricted to

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BECKLEY

16mm Motion Picture Film Libraryand Equipment Co.108 8. -Qakwood Ave.Approximately LON lihnw--enter-!augment., echwational, religious,and sponsored.

Unitd World Free Film Service0108 S. Oakwood Ave.

Appresintatoly SO WeftNoma end informational, dia epos.*ore&

Johnson's, Inc.28 8. Mission St

pproxisnatsly 75 ftionaentsr-tainntent, and sponsored; distri-bution restricted to Chelan, Dour-las, Grant, and Okanogan Counties.

YAKIMA

Gospel Films Library30 N. Third St.Approximate'', 50 films-411trims; distribution restricted togeographical regiotiC

Washington State Apple Com-mission104 W. Yakima Ave.One film on appie growing in Wash-ington State.

'Yakima County Superintendent ofSchoolsApproximately 500'tional, ome sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Yakima Countypublic sokools.

'raid= Valley Regional LibraryApproximately SO films monthlythrough a Aim loan service fromvaried ***roes; distribution re-stricted to Library patrons, exclud-ing schools.

We* Virginia Secondary SchoolActivities CommissionBox 472Approximately SO itims--on sports;distribution restricted to memberkigh schools of West Virginia.

CHARLESTON

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Conservation Commission of WestVirginiaState Capitol Bldg., Room 677Approximately 55 filmson conser-vation subjects; distribution re-stricted to West Virginia.

gospel Films LibraryP. 0. Box 2211Approximately 50 filmsall reli-gious; distribution restricted togeographical region.

Kanawha County SchoolsFilm Library200 Elizabeth St.Approximately 800 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toKanawha County.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis612 Virginia St., E. (1).Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

Elmer B. Simpson818 Virginia St., W. (2)Approximately 1,000 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religions,and sponsored; distribution re-stricted to geographical region.

The S. Spencer Moore Co.118 Capitol St.Approximately 100 filmsenter-tainment, shorts, educational, andsponsored.

State of West VirginiaRehabilitation DivisionState Capitol Bldg.Six filmson rehabilitation; distri-bution restricted to West Virginia.U. S. Department of the TreasurySavings Bonds Division214 Embleton Bldg.922 Quarrier St. (1)Seventeen fil, / bout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds.; distribution restricted to West Virginia.

West Virginia Industrial and Pub-licity Commission (5)Three films travelogs o* West

West Virginia State Depaitmentof HealthBureau of Public Health Educa-,tionApproximately 315 films onhealth and medical subjects; dis-tribution restricted to West Vir-ginia.

CLARKSBURG

Kyle & Co.831 W. Main St.Approximately 210 filmsenter-tainment and instructional; distri-bution restricted to West Virginia.

FAIRMONT

Marion County SchoolsApproxirately 140 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toMarion County.

HUNTINGTON

Cabell County SchoolsApproximately 500 fil .rduca-tional; distribution restricted toCabell County publie schookfrtemand Marshall College.Huntington Public Library (1)Nineteen films educational; dis-tribution restricted to county andcity area.

Marshall CollegeAudio-Visual Aids Laboratory.Approximately SOO filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toMarshall College and local exact;no mai/ service.

John S. Meadows, Sr.Film Sines & Rentals113 Moore Rd. Guyandotte (2)Approximately 500 filmsenter-tainment shorts and features, andinformational; distribution re.,strieted to West Virginia and Ken.tucky.

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West Virginia Cancer Society, Inc.1034 Sixth Ave.Approximately 20 filmsprima-rill/ on cancer and cancer preven,tion; distribution restricted toWest Virginia.

KEYSER

Mineral' County SchoolsApproximately 50 filmsinstruo-tional; distribution restricted toMineral County public schools.

MARLINGTON

Pocahontas County SchoolsApproximately 90 filmsinstnic-tional and informational; distri-bution restricted to PocahontasCounty.

MORGANTOWN

Monongalia County SchoolsApproximately 85 filmseduca-tional; distribution 'restricted toMonongalia County.

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState OfficeUniversity of West VirginiaApproximately 25 rams on soiland water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to West Virginia.

West Virginia University LibraryAudio-Visual Aids Dept.Approximately 1,360 filmseduce-tional, some sponsored; distribwtion restricted to West Virginiaand for organisational use.

POINT PLEASANT

Mason County Board of EducationApproximately 115 filmsprima-rily instructional; distribution re-stricted to Mason County.

SOUTH CHARLESTON

State Director of Civil Defense151 Eleventh Ave.

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WEBSTER SPRINGS

Webster County Film LibraryWebster County SchoolsApproximately 75 famsinstrur-tional; distribution restricted tomember schools.

WEI RTON

Mary H. Weir Public Library3442 Main St.Approximately 85 films m&ntalythrough the Ohio Vayey RegianalFilm Library Circuit informa-tional; distribution restricted toparts of Hancock and BrookeCounties.

WHEELING

Ohio' County Public Library2100 Market St.Ten MIPS& owned plus 40 filmsmonthly thrdughtiothe Ohio ValleyRegional Film Library Circuitentertainment and educational;distribution restricted to residentsof Ohio County.

Wheeling Religious Film Library110 Methodist Bldg.Approximately 800 filmsprima-rill, religious, some entertainmentshorts.

WILLIAMSON

Mingo County Board of EducationApproximately 105 filmseduca-tional; distribution restricted toMingo County.

WINFIELD

Putnam County Board of Educa-tionNine filmseducational; distribu-tiolt restricted to Putnam Countypublic schools.

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Appleton Public SchoolsApproximately 70 filmsall class-room; distribution restricted toAppleton Public Schools.

BELOIT

Beloit Public SchoolsApproximately £50 filmsall class-,room; distribtuion restricted taBeloit Public Schools.

CHIPPEWA FALLS

Chippewa Falls' Public SchoolsApproximately 15 filmsall class-room; distribution restricted toChippewa Falls Public Schools.

EAU CLAIRE a

Eau Claire Public LibraryEleven films bi-monthly through afiltn circuitentertainment, infer-mational, and sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to Eau Claire.Eau Claire Public SchoolsApproximately 10 class-room; distribution restricted toEau Claire Public Schools.

FOND DU LAC

Damrow Brothers Co.196-218 Western Ave.One film educational and spo*.sored.

Fond du Lac Camera CenterAudio-Visual Division'7 S. Main St.Approximately 500 filmsenter-tainment and educational.

FORT ATKINSON

Dwight Foster Public LibraryFilm ServiceApproximately SO films monthlyentertainment, educational, andponsored; distribution restrieted

to Library users who must pick upand return films.

GREEN BAY

Green Bay Public SchoolsApproximately 60 filmsall class-room; distribution restricted toGreen Bay Public Schools

Kellogg Public LibraryThirty-two films plus eleven filmsmonthly through the WisconsinLibrary Film Circuit informa-tional; distribution restricted toBrown County.

Tandy Leather Co.306 W. Walnut St.,Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

HURLEY

Hurley Public SchoolsApproximately 10 filmsall class-room; distribution restricted toHurley Public Schools.

JANESVILLE

Rock County Public SchoolsApproximately 180 filmsall class-room; distribution restricted toRock County Public Schools.

KENOSHA

Cairo Home Movies5815 Eleventh Ave.Approximately 935 films---enter-tainment and religious.

Kenosha Public SchoolsApproximately 280 filmsail class-room; distribution restricted toKenosha Public Schools.

LA CROSSE

Community Camera506 Main St.Approximately 575 filmsenter-tainment and informational.

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Wisconsin 231Dairy land Power CooperativeSeven filmsinstructional and in-ormational.

La Crosse Public LibraryFilm DeptApproximately 110 fams---educa-tional, some sponsored; distribu-tion restricted to holders of Librarycards.

St. Rose Convent912 Market St.One film.religious.

LODI

Lodi Public SchoolsApproximately 10 filmsall class-room; distribution restricted toLodi Public Schools.

LYONS

Five Star PicturesMid-AmericaFilmsFilm CenterApproximately 5,500 Assenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

MADISON

American Cancer SocietyWisconsin DivisionBox 624Approximately SO filmsprima-rily on cancer and cancer preven-tion; distribution restricted toWisconsin.

Credit Union National Aun., Inc.Post Office Box 481Three filmson credit unions.

Madison Public SchoolsApproximately 135 films---all class-room; distribution restricted toMadison Public Schools.

National Foundation for InfantileParalysis460 Washington Bldg.119 E. Washington Ave. (3)Right films informational andeducational about polio.

State Director of Civil Defense8002 Wright St.Approximately f0 fumson civildefense; distribution restricted toWisconsin.

U. S. Soil Conservation ServiceState Office3010 E. Washington Ave. (4)Approximately 25 films on soiland water conservation; distribu-tion restricted to Wisconsin.

University of WisconsinExtension DivisionBureau of Audio-Visual Instruc-tion (6)Approximately 4,100 filmseduca-tional, classroom, and adult, somesponsored films; distribution re-stricted to Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Motor Vehicle Depart-mentSafety DivisionState Office Bldg. (2)Approximately 100 filmseduca-tional on highway safety; distri-bution restricted to Wisconsin.

Wisconsin State Board of HealthHealth Education DivisionState Office Bldg. (2)Approximately 500 fl/;. for pub-lic health education; distributionrestricted to Wisconsin.

Wisconsin State Conservation ConimissionState Capitol Bldg. (2)Approximately 100 filmseduca-tional on conservation of naturalresources; distribution restrictedto organized Wisconsin groups.

MANITOWOC

Manitowoc Public Library402 N. Eighth St.Approximately 10 fams---eonw ofthem monthly through a /Um cit.-mat of the University of Witco*.sininformational.

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Manithwoc Public SchoolsApproximately 40 filmsall class-room; distribution restricted toManitowoc Public Schools.

MARINETTE

Wisconsin Interscholastic AthleticAssn.Approximately 50 filmson sports;distribution restricted to memberhigh schools in Wisconsin.

MENOMONIE

The Stout State CollegeApproximately 135 films, all in-structional; distribution primarilyrestricted to Menomonie and DunnCounty.

MILWAUKEE

Air FranceFirst.National Bank Bldg.735 N. Water St.Room 1234Foir travelogs.

American Cancer SocietyMilwaukee Division, Inc.728 N. Jefferson St.Twenty films on cancterfor layand professional audiences.

Ampco Metal, Inc. (46)Two films industrial on Ampcometals.

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Anti-Defamation League of B'naiB'rithWisconsin-Upper Midwest RegionalOffice623 N. Second St. (8)Approximately 15 filmseduca-tional and religious, primarily \onintercultural understanding; alit-tribution restricted to geographical,region.

Camera Center3960 N. Oakland Ave.Approximately 150 filmsenter-tainment shorts and features.

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Canadian National RailwaysMotion Picthre LibraryRoom 502281 W. Wisconsin Ave.Approximately SO filmstravelogson Canada; distribution restrictedto geographical region.

R. H. Flath Co.2410 N. Third St. (12)Approximately 350 filmsprima.rily entertainment shorts, a few

1 sponsored films.

William H. Frackelton, M.D.824 E. Wisconsin Ave. (2)One rammedical; distribution re.stricted to medical groups.

The Hell Ca8000 W. Montana St. (1)Two filmseducational.

Miller Brewing Co.Film Section4000 W. State St. (1)Approximately 45 filmson sports.

Milwaukee County Public SchoolsApproximately 15 filmsall class-room; distribution restricted toMilwaukee County Public Schools.

Milwaukee Public MuseumFilm Loan ServiceApproximately 4,125 ft/maeduca-tional, religious, and sponsored;distribution restricted to Milawaukee and nearby area.

Milwaukee Public SchoolsApproximately 1,235ray classroom; distribution re-striated to Milwaukee PublicSchools.

Model Railroader MagazineFilm Bureau1027 N. Seventh St. (8)One illmon scale model railroad-ing.

Modern Talking Picture Bert*,Inc.1696 N. Astor St. (2)Approximately 600 Itimseduoa-

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Movie Mart4712-16 W. Burleigh St. (10)Approximately 1,050 lamsenter-tainment and educational; distri-bution restricted to Wisconsi*.

National Conference of Christiansand Jews'759 N. Milwaukee St. (2)Approximately 15 filmson rairialand religious understanding ; dis-tribution restricted to geographi-cal region.

RCM's Films1696 N. Astor St.Approxitriately 5,000 fams---erter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

Standard Oil Co. (Indiana)5310 W. Capitol Dr. (16)Six filmson the oil industry andfarm machinery; distribution re-stricted to Wisconsin and upperMichigan.

Tandy Leather Co.2439 N. Third St.Four films on leathercraft andcarving.

U. S. Dep*rtment of the TreasurySavings Bond! Division633 Federal Bldg.517 E. Wiseonsin Ave. (3)Seventeen filmsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; distri-bution restricted to Wisconsin.'

U. S. Forest Service623 N. Second St. (8)Approximately 15 films on thenational forests, forest manage-ment, and forest fire prevention;distribution restricted to MidwestStates.

Wisconsin Anti-Tuberculosis Aun.1700 W. Wells St.Approximately 15 ftlinson tuber-

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Wisconsin Telephone Co.722 N. Broadway (2)Approximately 75 filmsinforma-tional and public relations; requestfilms through local telephone com-pany offices.

World Wide Pictures--1696 N. Astor St. (2)Fifteen fams---religious.

NEENAH

Kimberly-Clark Corp.Educational Dept.Two filmseducational on health.

Neenah' Public SchoolsApproxinkitely 10 filmsall class-room; tribution restricted toNeenah Public Schools.

OSHKOSH

Oshkosh Public SchoolsApproximately 15 filmsall class-room; distribution restricted toOshkosh Public Schools.

PLAINFIELD

Plainfield Public SchoolsApproximately 150 films in co-operative film libra 21 class-room; distribution restricted toPlainfield, Wautoma, Westfield,Oxford, Hancock, and Wild Rosepublic schools.

PORT WASHINGTON

Modern Equipment Co.360 8. Spring St.Two # ., swat'

PRAIRIE DU CHIEN

Prairie du Chien Public SchoolsApproximately 15 filmsall class-room; distribution restricted toPrairie du Chien Public Schools.

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Prairie du Sac Public SchoolsApproximately 10 filmsall class-room; distribution restricted toPrairie du Sac Public Schools.

RACINE

Badger Film Service1223 W. Lawn Ave.Approximately 1,500 filmsenter-tainment, educational, religious,and sponsored.

J. I. Case Co.601 State St.Approximately 15 filmsinforma-tional about agriculture ; distribu-tion restricted to agricultural usersin geographical region.

George Gorton Machine Go.1321 Racine St.One filmon machining by tracercontra

S. C. JOhnson and Son, Inc.One filmeducational.

Racine Public LibraryApproximately .175 filmseduca-tional and sponsored; distributionrestricted to holders of public cardsin Racine, Kenosha, and WalworthCounties.

Racine Public SchoolsApproximately 375 filmsall class-room; distribution restricted toRacine Public Schools.

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Rhinelander Public LibraryFive to ten films monthly throughoutsid sourcesinformational.

RIVER FALLS

Wisconsin State CollegeTri-Co. Cooperative Film LibraryApproximately 180 filmseduces-tional and sponsored; distributias

restricted to member schools inPierce, St. Croix, and Dunn Coun-ties.

SAUK CITY

Sauk City Public SchoolsApproxfsateZv 15 class-room; istribstion restricted toSauk City Public Schools.

SHEBOYGAN 4,

Mead Public LibraryApproximately Its filmsall au.cational; distribution restricted toSheboygan and neighboring coun-ties.

SOUTH MILWAUKEE

Bucyrus-Erie Co.Publicity Dept.Two films informational aboutBucyrus-Erie products.

South Milwaukee Public SchoolsApproximately 15 filmaall class-room; distribution restricted toSouth Milwaukee Public Schools.

SPRING VALLEY

Spring Valley Public SchoolsApproximately 15 itimsall class-room; - distribution restricted toSpring Valley Public Schools.

STURGEON BAY

Door County LibraryApproximately 10 films, some cithem monad', through a film cir-cuit of the University of Wiscon-sininformational; distribution re-(striated to Door County.

SUPERIOR

Central Cooperative WholesaleApproximately 70 filmsenter-

and educational; distriebutio,i restricted to Michigan, Min-nesota, and Wisconsin.

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Bethesda Lutheran HomeBox 296Three filmseducational and reli-gious.

WAUSAU

Employers Mutuals of WausauFilm Dept.Approximately 15 filmson aceti,dent prevention and safety.Marathon County LibraryNew Court HouseApproximately 85 films monthly,some of them through a film cir-cuit of the Univertity of Wiscon-sininjorinationol.Wausau Public LibraryApproximately 55 films, some- ofthem monthly through a film cir-cuit of the University of Wiscon-rinoniertainment, informational,and sponsored.

Wausau Public SchoolsP.T.A. Council Film LibraryRoom 204 A, Central SchoolApproximately 180 fil 0 class-room; distribution restricted to

Wausau area public and parochialschools.

WAUWATOSA

Arkay Film Service6923 Milwaukee Ave. (18)Approximately 100 famaenter-tainmnt, educational, and reli-gious distribution restricted toWisconsin and upper Michigan.Wauwatosa Public SchoolsApproximately 50 filmsall class-room; distribution restricted toWauwatosa Public Schools.

WEST BEND

Gehl Bros. Mfg. Co.Sales Promotion Dept.One fil , farm equipment.

WILD ROSE

Wild Rose Public SchoolsApproximately 150 films is coope-erative film libraryall classroom;distribution restricted to Wild Rose,*Wautoma, Plainfield, Westfield .

Grade School, and Oxford HighSchool.

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CHEYENNE

Ainerican Cancer SocietyWyoming DivisionRichardson Memorial LaboratoryApproximately SS prima-rily on cancer and cancer prawn.tion; distribution restricted toWyoming.

The Mountain States Teleptioneand Telegraph Co.1919 Capital Ave.Approximately 75 films---informa-Howl and public relations; request

films through local telephone com-pany offices.

National Foundation for _InfantileParalysis115 E. 22d St.Eight films informational andeducational about polio.

State Director of Civil DefenseBox 909Approximately 25 filmson civildifense; distribution restricted toWyoming.

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U. 8. Department of the TreasurySaving's Bonds Division801 Federal Office Bldg.21st and Carey Ave.Seventeen famsabout the UnitedStates and Savings Bonds; disfrbution restricad to Wyoming.

Wyoming High School ActivitiesAssn. 4

115 E. 22d St.Approximately SO famson sports;distribution restricted to memberhigh schools in Wyoming.

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LARAMIE

Laramie Public SchoolsInstructional Materials CenterApprosimately 10 flimseduca-tional; distribution restricted toLaramie Public Schools.

University of WyomingWyoming Film LibraryApproximately 1,900tainmant, educational, and spon-gored. a

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