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GENEALOGICAL PERIODICAL ANNUAL INDEX, 1964, VOLUME THREE by Ellen Stanley (Ed. ) Rogers3
GENEALOGICAL PERIODICAL ANNUAL INDEX 1965 Volume Four by Ellen Stanley (Ed. ) Rogers4
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index Vol. 5 1966 by George Ely Russell5
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index Volume 6, 1967 by George Ely Russell6
GENEALOGICAL PERIODICAL ANNUAL INDEX: Key to the Genealogical Literature. Vol 13 1974 by Laird Towle, ed13
GENEALOGICAL PERIODICAL ANNUAL INDEX: Key to the Genealogical Literature. Vol 14, 1975 by Laird Towle, ed14
GENEALOGICAL PERIODICAL ANNUAL INDEX; KEY TO THE GENEALOGICAL LITERATURE. Volume 15, 1976 by Laird C. Towle15
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1977 v. 16, 1977 by Laird C. Towle (Compiler), Ph. D. (Editor) Catherine M. Mayhew16
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index: 1978 by Catherine M. Mayhew17
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1979 (Genealogical Periodical Annual Index) by Catherine M. Mayhew18
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1980 (Genealogical Periodical Annual Index) v. 19, 1980 by Catherine M. Mayhew19
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1981 v. 20, 1981 by Catherine M. Mayhew20
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1982 v. 21, 1982 by Laird C. Towle (Compiler), Ph. D. (Editor) Catherine M. Mayhew21
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1983 by Laird C. Towle22
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1984 by Laird C. Towle23
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1985 v. 24, 1985 by Laird C. Towle24
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1986 v. 25, 1986 by Karen T. Ackermann25
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index: Key to the Genealogical Literature: 1987 by Karen T. Ackermann26
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1988 v. 27 1988 by Karen T. Ackermann27
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1989 v. 28 1989 by Laird C. Towle28
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1990 v. 29 1990 by Leslie K. Towle29
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1991 v. 30 1991 by Leslie K. Towle30
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1992 v. 31 1992 by Leslie K. Towle31
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index: Key to the Genealogical Literature, Vol. 31-40, 1992-2001 by HB Archives31-40
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index: Key to the Genealogical Literature - Vol. 32 by Leslie K. Towle32
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, Volume 33 by Anna Fielding33
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1995 v. 34 1995 by Laird C. Towle34
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1996 (Genealogical Periodical Annual Index) v. 35 1996 by Leslie Towle35
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1997 v. 36, 1997 by Leslie Towle36
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1998 v. 37, 1998 by Leslie Towle37
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 1999 v. 38, 1999 by Catherine Maylew38
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 2000 v. 38, 2000 by Leslie K. Towle39
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, 2001 v. 39, 2001 by Leslie K. Towle40
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index by Laird C. Towleunknown
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index by Catherine Maylewunknown
Genealogical Periodical Annual Indexunknown
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index by Ellen S. Rogersunknown

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