Library Directory (Updated May 28, 2019)

Library Directory
(Last Updated May 28, 2019)

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Library Directory
(Last Updated October 25, 2018)
• Alien Property Custodian

o War Claims Arbiter – Spitzer Bullet

• Army Ground Forces (1916-1954)

o Reising Sub Machine Gun
o Experimental Reciever Sight for rifle Model 1903
o M1 Rifles
o M1 Rifles (2)
o A Folding Stock for Carbine Caliber .30 M1
o Lubriplate 130-A In Connection with U.S. Rifle Caliber .30 M1
o Paper Ammunition Clips for M1903 Rifle
o Telescopic Sights for Snipers
o Submachine Gun Caliber .45 M2. Hyde-Inland
o Weapons for Jungle Warfare (Including Comparison of Piat and Launcher Rocket, M1A1)
o Sniper Telescope Sight Reticles and Sniper Telescope Sights and Mounts for U.S. Rifle, Caliber .30 M1
o Snipers Telescope Sights and Mounts of US Rifle M1
o M1 Carbine with Selective Single Shot or Fully Automatic Firing Mechanism
o M1 Carbine with Selective Single Shot or Fully Automatic Firing Mechanism (Part B)

• American Expeditionary Forces

o Air Service Rifle

 1903 Modified for the Air Service
 Drawing Revisions

o Engineering Division

• Small Arms
• Small Arms – United States Magazine Rifle
• Small Arms – Rifles – Cadet and Krags
• Small Arms – Pistols
• Small Arms – Pistols Parts
• Small Arms – Parts and Accessories
• Small Arms – Parts and Accessories (Miscellaneous)
• Small Arms – Telescopic Sights
• Small Arms – Silences (Maxim)
• Shotguns

o General Correspondence (1918-1919)

 Small Arms – Volume 1
 Small Arms – Volume 2
 Small Arms – United States Magazine Rifle – Volume 1
 Small Arms – United States Magazine Rifle – Volume 2
 Small Arms – United States Magazine Rifle – Volume 3
 Small Arms – United States Magazine Rifle – Parts
 Telescopic Rifle Sights
 Shotguns
 Silencers – Maxim

• Chief of Arms

o Infantry Board Reports (1920-1941)

 Colt Magazine for Caliber 22 Long Rifle
 Cleaned and Repaired Rifles
 Battle Sights M1917
 Browning Heavy Machine Gun
 Chauchat
 Browning Machine Rifle
 Periscope Mechanism for M1903 Rifle
 Marine Corps Type, For Rifle Caliber .30 M1903
 Modifications for Automatic Pistol
 Shotgun Shells (12 gauge)
 Shotgun Shells (12 gauge) water proofed
 Cal. 30 M1918 Pistol
 Defective Ammunition
 Practice VB Grenades
 Short Bayonets
 Gallery Rifle Cal .22 and Gallery Cartridge M1919
 Straightened and Unstraightened Rifle Barrels
 Pistol Grip Stocks for M1903 Rifle
 Receiver Sights for M1903 Rifle
 .22 Caliber Rifle Model 1922 MI
 Report of Telescopic Rifle Sights
 Experimental Caliber .22 – .45 Pistol
 .22 Caliber Rifles M1922 M1 Fitted with Winchester A5 Telescopic Sights and Blocks
 U.S. Semi-Automatic Rifle, Caliber .30 M1 (Second Test)
 US Semi-Automatic Rifle Cal .30 M1
 Ammunition, Caliber .30 M1

• Office of Chief of Ordnance

o Engineering Division – 1918-1919

 Infantry Board Report – M1918 Pistol

o General Correspondence – 1910-1915

• Description and Rules of US Rifle Use
• Revolvers and Automatic Pistols (August 9, 1910 – March 23, 1911)

o General Correspondence – 1915-1930
• Air Service Rifle

• Sales to the Marine Corps

 Volume 1

• National Match

 Volume 1
 Volume 1.1
 Volume 2
 Volume 3
 Volume 4

• Small Arms Competition Teams

 Volume 1 – July 20, 1915

• Small Arms Competition Teams – National

 Volume 1 – September 21, 1915 Thru December 5, 1916
 Volume 2 – September 19, 1916 Thru December 15, 1916
 Volume 3 – September 22, 1915 Thru January 17, 1917

• National Shooting Matches

 Volume 1 – April 25, 1919 Thru July 20, 1924
 Volume 2 – May 15, 1919 Thru July 20, 1924

• Small Arms (Record Copies)

 Small Arms – Volume 1
 Small Arms – Volume 1.1
 Small Arms – Volume 3

• United States Magazine Rifle (Record Copies)

 Volume 1 – September 10, 1915 Thru April 27, 1917
 Volume 2 – April 30, 1917 Thru December 14, 1917
 Volume 3 – December 17, 1917 Thru February 27, 1918
 Volume 4 – March 2, 1918 Thru March 22, 1918
 Volume 5 – March 22, 1918 Thru March 29, 1918
 Volume 6 – April 4, 1918 Thru April 8, 1918

• Small Arms – Automatic Rifle (Record Copies)

 Small Arms – Automatic Rifles – Volume 1.12 (Report of the test of Semi-Automatic Rifles at Springfield Armory)

• Small Arms – Telescopic Sights (Record Copies)
 Volume 1 – January 10, 1916 Thru May 28, 1920
 Volume 2 – August 6, 1915 Thru May 7, 1917
 Volume 3 – March 22, 1917 Thru October 7, 1925
 Volume 4 – June 20, 19236, 1928
 Volume 5 – November 7, 1923 Thru December 6, 1928
 Volume 6 – January 17, 1918 Thru May 28, 1920
 Volume 7 – February 17, 1928 Thru April 1, 1932

• Silencers
 Volume I – August 5, 1931

• Silencers – Maxim
 Volume I – November 1, 1916 Thru May 28, 1923
 Volume 2 – March 24, 1922 Thru April 12, 1922
 Volume 3 – February 18, 1916

• Small Arms – (Original Copies)

• Small Arms – Cadet and Krag (Original Copies)
 Volume 1 – November 26, 1915 Thru May 26, 1917
 Volume 2 – May 29, 1917 Thru September 18, 1917

o Industrial Service Branch – Small Arms Division

 Remington Plant M1903 (Leased from RIA)
 Two – Groove Rifling – Carbine and Rifle
 M1 Rifle with Scope ( M1C)

• United States Marine Corps

o Office of the Commandant – General Correspondence

 Report of Board To Conduct Competitive Test With Caliber .30 Rifles
 Small Arms and Pistols
 Report of Service Test of Light Rifles Caliber .30

o Quartermaster Files

 Purchase of Land – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Quartermaster’s Depot
 Small Arms Rifles

• Volume 1 – January 3, 1940 Thru August 29, 1940
• Volume 2 – September 3, 1940 Thru January 7, 1941
• Volume 3 – January 2, 1941 Thru January 30, 1941
• Volume 4 – February 24, 1941 Thru May 28, 1941
• Volume 5 – June 2, 1941 Thru September 30, 1941
• Volume 6 – October 1, 1941 Thru December 31, 1941
• Volume 7 – Janurary 1, 1942 Thru February 28, 1942
• Volume 8 – March 2, 1942 Thru May 30, 1942
• Volume 9 – June 1, 1942 Thru September 30, 1942
• Volume – October 1, 1942 Thru December 31, 1942