Checklist of United States Public Documents, 1789-1909, Third Edition Revised and Enlarged, Volume 1, Lists of Congressional and Departmental Publications Page: 282
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Classification A29. WEATHER BUREAU- Continued
A29.2: General publications--Continued
G91 Grouping of property [issued to Weather Bureau stations], Mar. 1, 1905.
1194 Hurricanes. Special report on hurricane of Aug. 13-16,1901, on Louisiana
and Mississippi coasts; [by Isaac M. Cline]. [1901.]
In8 [International symbols recommended for use by Meteorological Congress,
Munich, 1892; by Mark W. Harrington.] Jan. 1, 1894.
L14 Lake levels. Variations in lake levels and atmospheric precipitation;
by Alfred J. Henry. 1899.
L621 Lightning. Circular of information, protection from lightning; by
Alexander McAdie. [1st edition.] 1894.
L622 Same. 2d edition. 1894.
L623 Same. 3d edition. 1894.
See, for 4th edition, A29.3:15.
M321 Map. Explanation of weather map. [1905.] 4 p. 1 il. [Printed for
distribution at Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition, Portland,
M322 Same; [by Willis L. Moore]. [1905.] 3 p. 24 [Printed for distribution
at Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition, Portland,
M56 Meteorology. Brief list of meteorological text-books and reference
books, selection of works suitable for general, scientific, and university
libraries in United States; by C. Fitzhugh Talman.
Washington, Weather Bureau, 1909. [See, for more extensive
information, W42.2:M56 2-.]
N27 Nebraska. Departures from normal temperature and rainfall, with crop
yields in Nebraska; by H. H. C. Dunwoody. 1896. 4
N81 North Pacific Coast. Explanation of north Pacific Coast weather map;
by Willis L. Moore. 16 *
Pll Pacific slope. Weather forecasting and weather types on north Pacific
slope; by B. S. Pague and S. M. Blandford. Portland, Oreg.,
P19 Pan-American Exposition. Weather map, Pan-American Exposition
[Buffalo, N. Y., blank form]. [1901.] oblong f [Distributed
in special color-printed envelope.]
P21 Paris, France. Responses to programme of questions proposed for discussion
at International Meteorological Conference, to be held
in Paris, Sept. 1896. ' 1896.
P911 Precipitation. Details of precipitation, rain and melted snow, at stations
in Nebraska and South Dakota. Mar. 6, 1894. * 
P912 Precipitation. Tables of daily precipitation at special river and rainfall
stations of Weather Bureau, for 1893-95. 1900.
P913 Precipitation. Table showing depth of precipitation corresponding to
given weights. [1892.] 12 *
P914 Precipitation. Normal annual precipitation in United States, 18701901.
Scale 600 m.=3.1 in. n.d. 10.2 X 15.8in.
P95 Psychrometric tables for obtaining vapor pressure, relative humidity,
and temperature of dew-point; by C. F. Marvin. 1900.
P96 Publications of Weather Bureau available for distribution. May 10,
R131 Rainfall chart. Lines of equal time of water travel at Cairo, Ill.
[1892.] 22 X 28 in.
R132 Rainfall laws, deduced from twenty years' observations; by Gustavus
Hinrichs. Weather Bureau, 1893. *
R52 River and flood service. Chart of river and flood service. [July, 1897.]
36.8 X 44.3 in., in 4 sheets.
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