No.42 A Library of Congress, Copyright Office, Washington, D.C. FM May 28 1912 Dear Sir: You have deposited in this Office, in accordance with the requirements of the copyright law, two copies of the work named below, together with the required application and the statutory fee. Registration has been duly made and the required certificate or certificates have been mailed to you. The tow copies of the work received have been duly stamped to show the date of receipt, and the entry class and registration number; and receipt of the required copies has been duly recorded. As these copies are not further required in this Office or in the Library of Congress, they are herewith returned to you under the provisions of sections 59 and 60 of the Copyright Act of March 4, 1909, which permit the return to the copyright claimant of articles deposited. These copies, as noted, bear markings to show that they are the copies which were deposited for copyright as the law required, and you may therefore preserve them with your certificate. It should be understood that any copies which are not now returned have been taken over by the Library of Congress for use therein under section 59 of the Copyright Act of March 4, 1909, and are therefore not returnable. Respectfully, Thorvald Solberg [JS] Register of Copyrights Inclosures: 2 Copies (1 print). Character of work print. Date of receipt May 3, 1912. Title of work "Woman's Hour". Registration: Class K No 41437
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