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Bibliography 

Mag'azine Subject-Index 
Dramatic Index 



Volume 6 

October 1909 to January 1912 

COMPLETE IN TEN NUMBERS 




Boston 

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Charles C.Soule, President 
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$3.00. 

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part 2 The Dramatic Index for the same years, $5.50 net, each, 
bound in library buckram . 

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separate form, price, $3.50 net, each. 

The special work of The Boston Book Company is to 
supply libraries with collated and perfect sets of periodicals — 
using the term periodical in its broadest sense to cover year books 
and the publications of societies, as well as magazines and reviews 
in any language. The favor of correspondence is requested 
whenever a periodical set or a part of a set is desired. 

The Boston Book Company also publishes books of 
reference, bibliographies, and reading lists. "The Useful 
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Bulletin of Bibliography 
INDEX 

OF VOL. 6, OCTOBER, 1909— JANUARY, 1912 

(Ten Numbers) 



Page 

Abbreviations and technical terms used in bibli- 
ographies and book catalogues, (book notice) 297 

Agriculture. Encyclopaedia of agriculture, horti- 
cultiu-e, etc., by C. E. Green and D. Young, 
(book notice) ...... 2 

American Ubrary association, Pasadena conference. 

Announcement 174 

Aimual magazine subject-index and dramatic in- 
dex, 1909. Announcement .... 37 

1910. Announcement .... 173 

1911. Aimouncement .... 297 

Annuals, Literary, and gift books. A bibliography. 

(Frederick W. Faxon) 7, 43, 77. 110, 147, 180, 208, 

243 
Bates, Mary E. Births and deaths in the periodical 

world, quarterly list. 8, 44, 84, 117, 149, 181, 211, 

246, 276, 306 
Bibliographies, Subject, appearing regularly in 

periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) 6, 41, 81, 113 
Births and deaths in the periodical world, a quar- 
terly record. (Mary E. Bates) 8, 44, 84, 117, 149, 
181. 211, 246. 276, 306 
Bonner, Marian F. Index to reference lists pub- 
lished in library bulletins, 1909 ... 74 

Index, 1910 177 

Index, 1911 303 

Bookman, London, (notice) .... 109 

Books, Practical use of. (book notice) . . 206 

Booth, Mary J. Subject bibliographies appearing 

regularly in periodicals, (list) 6, 41, 81 . 113 
Children's reading, books and articles relating to; 

a bibliography. (Margaret Widdemer) 240, 270, 301 
Debussy, Claude Achille. Reading list on. (Fanny 

E. Marquand) 206 

Drama. Modern dramatists. Reading list on. 

(book notice) 237 

Dramatic index, announcement of plans . . 1 

1909. Announcement 37. 74 

1910. Announcement .... 173. 206 

1911. Announcement 297 

Dramatic Index, quarterly installments 21, 69, 97, 133. 

162 193, 222. 257. 288, 314 
Drawing room annuals, English. Bibliography. 

(Frederick W. Faxon) 110, 147. 180, 208, 243 
Dress at library conventions, by a librarian . . 176 
Emerson, R. W. A western journey with (book 

notice) 1 

Engineering, Bibliographies of, appearing regu- 
larly in periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) 6 
Entomology, Bibliographies of, appearing regu- 
larly in periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) 6 



Paob 

Faxon, Frederick W. Literary annuals and gift 

books; a bibliography, 7, 43. 77, 1 10, 147, 180. 208, 243 

Fermentation, Bibliographies of, appearing regu- 
larly in periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) 6 

Forestry, Bibliographies of, appearing regularly in 

periodicals (Ust). (Mary J, Booth) . . 41 

Geography Bibliographies of, appearing regu- 
larly in periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) 41 

Geology Bibliographies of, appearing regularly n 

periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) . . 41 

Gift books. Literary annuals and. A bibliography. 

(Frederick W. Faxon) 7, 43. 77, 110, 147, 180, 208, 

243 

Haines, Helen E. Library periodicals . . . 3. 38 

Hewins. Caroline M. Historical novels, a selected 
list for high school classes studying gencKil 
history 174 

Historical novels and stories, selected list for high 
school classes in general history. (Caroline M. 
Hewins) 174 

History, American colonial. Virginia colonial deci- 
sions, (book notice) 2 

History, Bibliographies of, appearing regularly 

in periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) . . 41 

Indexes. Artizans' trades index planned . . 109 

Jones, Henry Arthur, reading list on. (Frank K. 

Walter) 273 

Law. Bibliographies appearing regularly in peri- 
odicals (list). Mary J. Booth ... 42 

Law. Theory of law. by Korkunov. (book notice) 2 

Library bulletins. Index to reference lists pub- 
lished in. 1909. (Marian F. Bonner) . . 74 

Index, 1910 177 

Index. 1911 303 

Library meetings and conventions . . 146. 176 
Library periodicals. (Helen E. Haines) . . 2. 38 
Library science, Bibliographies of, appearing regu- 
larly in periodicals (Ust). (Mary J. Booth) 42 

Literary annuals and gift books. Bibliography of. 

(Frederick W. Faxon) 7, 43, 77, 110, 147, 180, 208, 

243 

(book notice) 237 

Magazine subject-index and Dramatic Index, 1909. 

Announcement ...... 37 

1910. Announcement .... 173 

1911. Announcement 297 

Magazine subject-index. Quarterly installments. 

9, 47, 77, 86, 123. 161. 182, 214, 248, 277, 307 



Index 



Paor 

Magazines, a quarterly record of new titles, 
changed titles and deaths from Oct. 1909- 
Jan. 1912. (Mary E. Bates) 8, 44, 84. 117. 149. 
181.211.246.276.306 

Maps, Lists of. issued regularly in periodicals 
(list). (Mary J. Booth) .... 

Marquand. Fanny E. Reading list on Debussy 
and Puccini 

Reading list on Richard Strauss . 

Mathematics, Bibliographies of, appearing regu- 
larly in periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) 

Medicine, Bibliographies of, appearing regularly 
in periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) . 

Microscopy, Bibliographies of, appearing regu- 
larly in periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) 

Mineralogy, Bibliographies of, appearing regu- 
larly in periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) 

Novels, Historical, Selected list for high school 
classes in general history. (Caroline M. 
Hewins) . . ..... 

O'Flynn, Josephine. Woman suffrage, a reading 

list 119. 147 

Ornithology, Bibliographies of, appearing regu- 
larly in periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) 

Periodical Indexes. New arrangement of field by 
Annual library index and Readers' guide . 

Periodicals, a quarterly record of new titles, 
changed titles and deaths from Oct. 1909- 
Jan. 1912. (Mary E. Bates) 8, 44. 84. 117, 149. 181, 

211. 246, 276, 306 

Periodicals, Libraiy. (Helen E. Haines) . . 2, 38 

Periodicals, Technical. The Boston Book Com- 
pany's clearing house for .... 

Philosophy, Bibliographies of, appearing regu- 
larly in periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) 

Physics, Bibliographies of. appearing regularly in 
periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) 

Physiology. Bibliographies of, appearing regularly 

in periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) . . 74 



81 



206 
238 



81 
82 



82 
82 



174 



82 
297 



74 
83 



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Paob 

Pinero, Arthur ^^^g, Reading list on. (Frank K. 

Walter) 298 

Polit ical science. Bibliographies of. appearing regu- 
larly in periodicals (list) . (Mary J. Booth) . 113 

Poole's Index: error in Vol. 6 . . . . 297 

Practical use of books and libraries by G. O. Ward. 

(book notice) 206 

Psychology, Bibliographies of, appearing regu- 
larly in periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) 113 

Puccini, Giacomo. Reading list on. (Fanny E. 

Marquand) 207 

Reference lists published in library bulletins. 

Index to. 1909. (Marian F. Bonner) . 74 

Index, 1910 177 

Index. 1911 303 

Science, Bibliographies of, appearing regularly in 

periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) . . 114 
Sociology, Bibliographies of, appearing regularly 

in periodicals (list). (Mary J. Booth) . . 116 
Strauss, Richard. Reading list on. (Fanny E. 

Marquand) 238 

Technical periodicals. The Boston Book Com- 
pany's clearing house for .... 74 
"Useful reference series" of books. Announcement 269 
Virginia colonial decisions by R. T. Barton, (book 

notice) 2 

Walter, Frank K. Reading list on Henry Arthur 

Jones 273 

Walter, Frank K. Reading list on Arthur Wing 

Pinero 298 

Widdemer, Margaret, A bibliography of books 

and articles relating to children's reading 240. 270. 

301 
Woman suffrage, a reading list on, (Josephine 

O'Flynn) 119, 147 

Zoology. Bibliographies of, appearing regularly in 

periodicals (list). ( Mary J. Booth) . . 116 



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Vol. 6 



Bulletin of Bibliography 

Magazine Subject-Index — Dramatic Index 

OCTOBER, 1909 



No. I 



The BULLETIN OF BIBLIOGRAPHY AND MAGAZINE SUBJECT-lNDEX is published by the Library 
Department of THE BOSTON BOOK COMPANY four times a year, in January, April, July and October. 
Terms, $1.00 a year, 30 cents a number. Back numbers, as far as they can be supplied, 30 cents each. 
The volumes consist of ten numbers with title and index. Price in buckram binding, $2.50 a volume, except 
volume 1, which is now $3.50, and volume 2, which is $3.00. 

In addition to the MAGAZINE SUBJECT-lNDEX, which was begun in the April, 1907, isstie (vol. 5, 
no. 1), and the DRAMATIC INDEX, which begins with October, 1909 {vol. 6, no. 1), such original biblio- 
graphical and other material is incltided as seems of value to libraries. The advertisements of " Periodical 
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Correspondence concerning the BULLETIN is solicited, and lists or articles suitable for publiccUion 
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EDITORIAL COMMENT. 



A DRAMATIC INDEX TO PERIODICAL 
LITERATURE. 

Libraries, newspapers, clubs and others in- 
terested in the theatre and in the work of actors, 
actresses and playwrights have long desired some 
handy index to material — criticisms, portraits, 
scenes, plots, descriptive articles, reviews of books 
— on this important and very human part of our 
lives. 

The Bulletin of Bibliography for October 
begins the publication of a quarterly Dramatic 
Index covering all the important periodicals 
in England and America, and gives in one alpha- 
bet an index to the theatre and its plays and 
players. About one hundred and fifty periodicals 
are examined, that work being divided among 
twenty-fotir collaborators. It is proposed to 
reprint the four quarterly installments of each 
year in one alphabet as Part II. of the Annual 
Magazine Subject-Index. References to the 
magazines and weeklies of July, August and 
September, 1909, make up the first installment 
of over one thousand entries. Suggestions for the 
improvement of the index are desired. Address 
Frederick W. Faxon, editor, Fenway, Boston, Mass. 

MAY WE HAVE YOUR SUPPORT? 

This issue of the Bulletin of Bibliography 
goes to many who are not subscribers. To any 
such we wish to say, we believe you will find this 
quarterly periodical worth much more than the 
low cost of subscription in the help it will give 
you. The new Dramatic Index will appeal 
especially to every city librarian, as there are 
always demands for accounts of coming attrac- 
tions at the theatres and for portraits of the 
players. 

The Bulletin of Bibliography in its enlarged 
form must have many new subscribers. Some 
of the debating clubs of your town would gladly 
contribute to the library a subscription to the 
Bulletin and to the Annual Magazine Subject- 
Index and Dramatic Index. You have citizens 
especially interested in things theatrical. Will 
you show them this issue? 



PERIODICALS FOR REFERENCE. 

The value of bound sets of periodicals in the 
reference work of libraries is now admitted by all 
librarians. They furnish an up-to-date record 
of progress in all fields of learning, and a history 
of the development of the sciences, a popular 
exposition of all questions of the day, and events 
of the past — concise and easily understood by all. 
Books of reference are soon out of date, usually 
long, and many are too technical for the ordinary 
reader. 

"More reference work can be done by a library 
with full sets of Living Age and Harper's Monthly, 
and Poole's Index than with twice as many books 
of reference, which would cost several times as 
much." 

The advertising pages of this issue are replete 
with offers of standard sets of periodicals, many 
in new or sound bindings. The Boston Book 
Company stands alone in this department. 

ONLY ONE COPY. 

We send only one copy of this issue to each 
subscriber. Our former plan of sending two copies 
has been given up, as in response to our request 
in April only eight wrote they desired it. 

LIBRARY PERIODICALS. 

The concise history of library periodicals of 
the world, of which the first part appears in this 
issue, is valuable as fixing in print facts fast 
becoming dim through the lapse of years, but 
full of interest to those who care to study the prog- 
ress of library development. The author. Miss 
Helen E. Haines, who was for many years the 
managing editor of one of the leading library 
periodicals, needs no introduction. 

FOUR NEW BOOKS. 

Emersoniana. — We have had placed in our 
hands for sale a small balance of the only edition 
of "A Western Journey with Mr. Emerson," 

?ublished in 1884 by the late Prof. James B. 
hayer of Harvard, as a record of a trip to the 
Pacific Coast in 1871 by a small party which 
included Prof. Thayer and Ralph Waldo Emerson. 
It is a neat little book (17x13 centimeters) of 



Bulletin of Bibliography. 



Vol. 6 No. 1 



141 pages, eiving interesting table-talk of the 
"Sage of Concord." Price 50 cents, in paper, 
or 55 cents, delivered anywhere, on receipt of 
stamps, postal or express money order. 

American Oolonial History. — A very interesting 
sketch of the settlement and early growth of the 
southern portion of the United States is contained 
in R. T. Barton's Introduction to the "Virginia 
Colonial Decisions," published by The Boston 
Book Co. this month. 

Mr. Barton discusses in ten chapters: — 1. The 
Book;— 2. The Land;— 3. The People; — 4. The 
Government; — 5. The Church; — 6. The City; — 
7. Education; — 8. The Courts; — 9. The Law and 
the Lawyers; — 10. The Reports and the Reporters. 

After the Introduction, Mr. Barton reprints 
in full the decisions of the early Virginia Cotirts, 
reported by Sir John Randolph and William 
Barradall, — and preserved in manuscript in the 
library of the Court of Appeals at Richmond. 

The Decisions illustrate the conditions of 
colonial life in 1730-1740, and the Introduction 
sketches in a g^raphic and interesting manner the 
circumstances of that time and the growth of the 
colony from 1607 to the Revolution, as explaining 
the Decisions. 

This is a book which shotild go into every col- 



lection of American Colonial History. There 
are two volumes, bound in buckram, price $7.00, 
net. 

A Good Agriculttiral Encyclopeedia. — In view 
of the importance in every community of Agri- 
culture, Horticulture, Animal Care and Culture, 
Fniit Raising, etc., all reference libraries ought 
to have the new English " Encylopaedia of Agri- 
culture," by the most Eminent Authorities, edited 
by C. E. Green and D. Young. 4 vols., half roan, 
Edinburgh and London, 1907-1909. 

This is an excellent encyclopaedic exposition by 
experts of all the topics which can come under the 
general heading "Agriculture." The point of 
view and the local touches are British, but our 
animals, crops, trees, shrubs and products of the 
farm are so much like those of England, Scotland, 
Ireland and Wales, that nearly every article in 
this work throws light on American problems. 

The English price is four guineas. To libraries 
entitled to free importation we can offer this 
work in Boston for $20.00. 

The Broader Phase of Law. — The Boston Book 
Co. publishes in October a book which will interest 
all thoughtful readers, "The Theory of Law," by 
the great Russian jurist, Korkunov, translated 
into English by Prof. W. G. Hastings of Nebraska 
University. It is published in buclaram for $3.50. 



LIBRAET PERIODICALS.'' 

By Helen E. Haines, Pasadena, Cal. 



The subject library periodicals is naturally 
closely related to any consideration of library 
associations. As a matter of fact, the existence 
of one implies the existence of the other; to the 
Anglo-Saxon at least the inspiration of a common 
interest means simultaneously and almost inevi- 
tably a publication and an organization devoted 
to that interest. This has been especially the 
case in the history of the modern public library 
movement in our own country, where the first 
library periodical and the first library association 
were organized in the same year. 

The history of library periodicals begins with 
the year 1876, when, just before the organization 
meeting of the Amencan Library Association at 
the Philadelphia Centennial in October, the first 
copies of the American Library Journal were pub- 
lished and distributed to the members of the 
library conference. Origins are always difficult 
to trace, because it is generally the case that the 
same idea never springs up in just a single mind; 
it has a footing, more or less shadowy, in many, 
and when it finds public expression all those who 
have envisaged it feel that they are sharers in its 
production. The chief inspiring force behind the 
beginnings of library journalism was undoubtedly 
Melvil Dewey, then hbrarian of Amherst college, 

• This i>aper was originally prepared as one of two lec- 
tures — on "Library associations," and "Library periodicals" 
— delivered before the Training School for Children's Libra- 
rians of Pittsburgh, and the Library School of Western Re- 
serve University, Cleveland, in the spring of 1906. It has 
been brought down to date as far as practicable, but under 
diiBcult conditions, with little opportunity for thorough 
reference; and there are probably omissions fipm the record 
for the years 1906-1909, inclusive Nevertheless, it is hoped 
that it may be of some interest to librarians as setting forth, 
although imperfectly, principles and methods upon which 
itis believed professional journalism specifically concerned 
with libraries shoiild be based, and it is submitted by one 
whose work lay in that field for many years, as conveying, 
in a measure, apologia pro vita ma. — H. E. H. 



young, full of abounding energy, enthusiasm, and 
ideas that were revolutionary then — as, for that 
matter, they are today. Association, co-opera- 
tion, extension, were the keynotes of Mr. Dewey's 
library theories, which he promulgated with un- 
conquerable optimism. 

The first step toward the regular publication 
of material relating to library interests was, how- 
ever, taken in the office of the Publishers' Weekly 
in New York, in the establishment in January, 
1876, of a column in that periodical devoted to 
"Library and bibliographical notes." This column 
first appeared in the issue of the Publishers' Weekly 
for Jan. 15, 1876, when a brief summary was given 
of the report of the Librarian of Congress, stating 
that "over 50,000 volumes are piled upon the 
floors, and the books are suffering material 
injuries on account of lack of room." Within the 
next few months this column had contained items 
regarding the work of the Boston Public, Astor, 
Harvard, Brooklyn Mercantile, Chicago Public, 
and other libraries, and many notes regarding 
bibliographies, catalogs, co-operative indexing and 
cataloguing, and similar subjects. Mr. Leypoldt, 
the founder and editor of the Publishers' Weekly, 
and Mr. Bowker, its later owner and editor, were 
at that time jointly associated in the Publishers' 
Weekly office and both had a deep personal inter- 
est in library affairs. They were acquainted with 
a number of librarians, and, naturally, the estab- 
lishment of this column extended that acquaint- 
tance; Mr. Dewey became one of its frequent 
contributors, and dtiring various consultations 
with him in the Publishers' Weekly office the 
plan was developed of starting a monthly maga- 
zine devoted exclusively to library interests. A 
board of editors was appointed, comprising the 
leading librarians of the country: Justin Winsor, 
James L. Whitney, and Frederick B. Perkins, all 



Oct., 1909 



Library Periodicals. 



of the Boston Public Library; Charles A. Cutter, 
of the Boston Athenaeum ; Ezra Abbott and John 
Fiske, of the Harvard library; Reuben A. Guild, 
of Brown University Library; J. Carson Brevoort, 
of the Astor Library; Henry A. Homes, of the 
New York State Library; S. B. Noyes, of the 
Brooklyn Mercantile Library; Frederick Vinton, 
of the Princeton Library; Lloyd P. Smith, of the 
Philadelphia Library; A. R. Spoflford, of the 
Library of Congress; John Eaton, of the Bureau 
of Education; Dr. J. S. Billings, of the National 
Medical Library; W. F. Poole, of the Chicago 
Public Library ; Charles Evans, of the Indianapohs 
Pubhc Library ; Thomas Vickers, of the Cincinnati 
Pubhc Library ; W. T. Harris, superintendent of edu- 
cation at St. Loviis; J. J. Bailey, St. Louis Public 
Library; and A. E. Whitaker, San Francisco Mer- 
cantile Library. The managing editor was Melvil 
Dewey, at his Boston office, Mr. Leypoldt was the 
publisher, and the first number of the American 
Library Journal was published under date of 
September 30, 1876, at $5 a year. In arrange- 
ment and general appearance it did not differ 
much at that time from the magazine as it is 
today — with the exception of the colored cover, 
adopted in 1906. The first number opened with 
"A word to starters of libraries," by Justin Winsor, 
giving simple directions about the first steps to 
be taken in forming a public library ; an account of 
the Franklin Society of Paris, by Mr. Cutter; a 
review of the famous Government report of 1876 on 
libraries.written from advance sheets, by L.E. Jones ; 
and an article on "The profession," by Mr. Dewey, 
who said that the time had now come when a 
librarian might, without asstunption, speak of his 
occupation as a profession, and ended with this 
ascription (which has a familiar ring even at the 

g resent time) : "Time was when a library was very 
ke a museum, and a librarian was a mouser in 
musty books, and visitors looked with curious 
eyes at ancient tomes and manuscripts. Time is 
when a library is a school, and a librarian is in the 
highest sense a teacher, and the visitor is a reader 
among the books as a workman among his tools. 
Will any man deny to the high calling of such a 
librarian the title of profession?" Besides the 
articles there were editorial notes reviewing library 
progress in 1876 and outlining the plan of the 
Journal, communications, announcement of the 
coming library conference, description of the Cen- 
tennial library exhibits, an account of the Ridg- 
way Library, Philadelphia, and departments of 
Bibliography, Notes and Queries, Pseudonyms 
and Anonyms, and General Notes. 

One of the first objections brought against the 
publication of a library magazine was that it 
would be impossible to obtain material for more 
than four or five numbers, and that it would inevi- 
tably perish for lack of anything to put in it. 
This, however, was never the case; from the 
beginning material was available (though often 
difficult to put into shape) ; but it was always 
more than difficult to defray the actual cost of 
publication, although the editors received a barren 
recompense and all contributions were volunteer 
offerings. So serious was the drain of steady loss, 
that from 1881 to 1885 there was constant danger 
of its discontinuance ; it was accordingly cut down 
in size and the price was first lowered to three 
dollars, then raised to four dollars, then again 



raised to five dollars with a corresponding increase 
in the number of pages and amount of material. 
After the third number had been issued, the name, 
American Library Journal, was changed to Library 
Journal, which has since continued. The thirty- 
three voltunes of the Library Journal, therefore, 
cover the whole period of the modern hbrary 
movement and constitute, so far as I know, the 
only current chronicle of that movement, and the 
chief source from which its history must be com- 
piled. 

The next library periodical in the American 
field was Library Notes, edited and owned by Mr. 
Dewey (who had retired from the editorship of the 
Journal) and published first quarterly and then 
at irregular intervals from the office of the Library 
Bureau in Boston, of which Mr. Dewey was the 
founder, and with the management of which he 
was long connected. Library Notes made its ap- 
pearance in the latter part of 1886, and was a 
small pubhcation, sold at $1 for the four numbers, 
and containing, chiefly, articles on mechanical 
devices and practical suggestions — such as patent 
ink bottles, methods of gumming book labels, recipes 
for library paste, and so on. It had a more or 
less interrupted career for about twelve years, and 
vol. 4, the last published, consisted of four num- 
bers: January, 1895, April, 1895, July, 1895, and 
September, 1898 (this last number bearing date 
October, 1898, on the inner pages, but September, 
1898, on cover). 

Public Libraries, which has had a useful and 
continuous career, was started in 1896, with the 
purpose of furnishing a periodical on more ele- 
mentary lines and at a lower price than the 
Library Journal, especially intended for the smaller 
libraries throughout the country. It was dis- 
cussed by the officers of the American Library 
Association in 1895, and the first idea had been 
that the Library Journal should publish an ele- 
mentary supplement at a lower price for smaller 
and poorer libraries. This, however, did not seem 
practicable to the Journal office, and the plans 
for the establishment of a smaller periodical were 
independently carried through. Mr. Dana, who 
was then librarian of the Denver Public Library 
and president of the American Library Associa- 
tion, was chiefly interested in the undertaking, 
and had hoped that it might be published by the 
American Library Association, but this likewise 
proved impracticable; and finally arrangements 
were made by which the pubhcation was owned 
by and issued from the Chicago office of the 
Library Bureau. The first number appeared under 
date of May, 1896, with a board of fifteen editors 
(Mr. Dana, Miss West and Mr. Elmendorf — respec- 
tively president, vice-president and secretary of 
the A. L. A. — Mr. Crunden, Mr. Dewey, Mr. Hild, 
Mr. Montgomery, Mr. Lamed, Mr. Rowell, Miss 
Garland, Miss Hewins, Miss Kroeger, Miss Plummer 
and Miss Sharp), under the personal editorship of 
Miss Ahem, formerly state Ubrarian of Indiana, 
and one of the most popular and effective women 
in library circles. The editorial board was gradu- 
ally discontinued soon afterward, and the maga- 
zine has been conducted independently under its 
editor's direction. The ten numbers, published 
yearly at the low price of $1, have treated many 
and varied subjects of library interest and touched 
upon the questions common to libraries of all 



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sizes and classes. It has been a most usehil aid 
in the development of small libraries throughout 
the country, and particularly in the Western 
states, where Miss Ahem has been one of the 
helpful speakers and visitors at library meetings, 
library schools, and summer training classes. 

The only other American library periodicals 
to be specifically noted are the A. L. A. Booklist 
and the Bulletin of the American Library Associa- 
tion. The former is issued for the American 
Library Association by its PubHshing Board, and 
sold at a subscription price of $1 per year of ten 
monthly nvmibers. This was started in January, 
1905, by the A. L. A. Publishing Board, as a 
monthly list of current books recommended for 
purchase. It was undertaken at the instance of 
the various state library commissions, which for 
several years past had published co-operatively 
among themselves selected lists of books recom- 
mended for small libraries, and felt that this was 
a service to the small public hbraries of the whole 
country that came clearly within the scope of the 
Carnegie fxmd of the A. L. A. Publishing Board. The 
commissions wished to be relieved of the burden 
and expense of publishing this list, but offered to 
contribute material for it and to subscribe for 
copies if it could be published by the A. L. A. 
The first number appeared in January, 1905, and 
it has been continued since then with steady 
improvement both in the quality and usefulness 
of its hsts. Miss Carohne H. Garland of the 
Dover Public Library was the first general editor. 
The present editor is Miss Elva Bascom. Mate- 
rial is sent in by a large number of contributing 
librarians, and the editorial work is carried on 
under the auspices of this Wisconsin Free Library 
Commission. This is, of course, a library periodi- 
cal in a more limited sense, for it is devoted wholly 
to book hsts, and short special bibliographies, 
and it does not contain articles or notes on gen- 
eral hbrary subjects. It is a beginning in a 
direction long discussed and advocated — that of 
"current evaluation of current books," for the 
guidance of Ubrarians — and it may be regarded as 
one of the most useful undertakings that the 
American Library Association has yet initiated. 

The first number of the Bulletin of the American 
Library Association appeared in January, 1907, as 
the official organ of the Association, sent free to 
members only. With its publication the formal 
connection of the Library Journal with the 
A. L. A., as its official organ, ceased. Six numbers 
a year of the Bulletin are issued, including the 
yearly Handbook and the volume of Conference 
'Proceedings," and it is, as the name implies, an 
official bvdletin of association affairs, impersonal, 
and without the general features of a periodical, 
but serving a useful and practical purpose. 

An unusual publication in the hbrary field is 
the periodical entitled Library Work, published 
by the H. W. Wilson Co. as a bibhographical gxiide 
and index to current hbrary Uterature. The first 
number appeared in the spring of 1906, and it was, 
indeed, hardly to be classed as a "periodical," for 
its pubh cation was sporadic — or at infrequent inter- 
vals, and it had no regular subscription price. 
It is an interesting experiment of distinct value, 
now published as a quarterly, with subscription 
price 50c. a year, but it seems better adapted to 
pubUcation as a yearbook, or annual index, than 
as a^x)eriodical. 



The various bulletins or quarterhes of the several 
state library commissions should also have atten- 
tion in any record of hbrary periodicals, for, though 
covering a hmited and local field, they contain 
much material of general interest. One of the 
best of these in its comprehensive record of state 
hbrary interests is the quarterly News Notes of 
California Libraries, issued by the Cahfornia State 
Library, now in its fourth year. The Wisconsin 
bulletin has also set an excellent example in style, 
arrangement and cjuahty of its material; and the 
New York Libraries, issued by the state hbrary, 
is one of the latest and most creditable exponents 
of this form of hbrary journalism. Any reference 
file of hbrary periodicals is incomplete without a 
full selection of these commission pubUcations. 
The various bulletins, or other publications of in- 
dividual libraries — important and valuable as they 
are — hardly come within the scope of the present 
paper. 

There are no other distinctively hbrary periodi- 
cals pubHshed in the United States, but the )ist is 
swelled by a considerable representation of foreign 
periodicals, an acquaintance with which by libra- 
rians is extremely desirable, if not really neces- 
sary. Indeed, I should hke to emphasize the 
importance of such a general acquaintance with 
the current hterature of the hbrary profession. 
In every field of work or activity, whether it deal 
with a trade, a science, or an art, one of the chief 
dangers is narrow-mindedness, a feeling that the 
only way of doing a thing is the way one has 
always done it, and a wilhng ignorance of what 
others are doing in the same field in other places. 
It does not actually help, perhaps, in the practical 
management of a children's room to know some- 
thing of hbrary affairs in Great Britain or Nor- 
way or Germany, but such knowledge helps in a 
broader way, by giving a truer perspective in the 
contemplation of our own work and counteracting 
the provincial attitude of mind that never strays 
beyond its own httle parish. 

The second hbrary periodical to be estabhshed 
was the organ of the English hbrarians, which 
followed soon after the establishment of the 
Library Journal, just as the EngUsh hbrary asso- 
ciation followed immediately upon the organiza- 
tion of the American Library Association. When 
the Enghsh association was organized in 1877, the 
Library Journal was adopted as its official organ, 
on condition that the word "American" should be 
dropped from its title, and for the first four years 
of its existence the Journal served as the only 
medium of communication for both American and 
Enghsh hbraries. In January, 1880, the Enghsh 
hbrary association, knowing of the possible dis- 
continuance of the Journal owing to lack of sup- 
port, began the pubhcation of a bulletin of its 
own, called Monthly Notes edited by Mr. H. R. 
Tedder. This continued until 1884, when its 
place was taken by the Library Chronicle, official 
organ of the Enghsh hbrary association, pubhshed 
as a magazine somewhat on the general hnes of 
the Journal, with articles on hbrary, hterary or 
bibhographical subjects, and notes and news re- 
garding the Enghsh association and British hbrary 
affairs. This also had a precarious existence, 
appearing intermittently and with constant delays 
and difficulties in pubhcation, but it served a useful 
purpose and brought Enghsh hbrarians into closer 
touch with one another. In January, 1889, it 



Oct., 1909 



Subject Bibliographies 



was succeeded in turn by another library periodical, 
The Library, published as a monthly, under the 
editorship of Mr. J. Y. W. MacAlister, which was 
formally adopted as the organ of the English asso- 
ciation. The Library was a substantial magazine, 
running to thirty-six or forty-two pages, hand- 
somely printed, and containing many articles on 
the literary or antiquarian side of bibliography, 
so that it appealed to collectors, owners of private 
libraries, and persons interested in literature, as 
well as to librarians. It remained the organ of the 
Library Association of the United Kingdom for 
ten years, though in the latter part of this period 
it was a bone of contention in the Library Asso- 
ciation, because of its private ownership. In 
1899, therefore, the Library Association broke off 
its relations with The Library, and established 
another periodical as its "official organ and prop- 
erty" under the title of the Library Association 
Record. This is edited by officers of the Library 
Association and published monthly, and is familiar 
to most American hbrarians. The fact that it is 
solely the representative of an association has 
deprived it of individuality of utterance or opinion, 
and it apparently exerts Uttle influence on British 
library affairs, although recently an effort has been 
made to enliven its columns by signed expressions 
of opinion on current events. It is a well printed 
and attractive periodical, containing the papers 
read before the various meetings of the Library 
Association, annual and monthly, departments of 
library notes, reviews, selected notes on books, 
and official announcements regarding the Library 
Association. It is qviite formal in tone, and offers 
neither criticism nor comment on, but simply a 
record of library affairs. The Library, meantime, 
though at first its discontinuance seemed inevi- 
table, has been continued in quarterly form, 
through the efforts of Mr. MacAlister, who is still its 
editor. It is now an imposing quarterly, hand- 
somely printed, chiefly devoted to articles on 
bibliographical subjects or of a scholarly literary 
character, but with continued interest in library 
affairs, and it maintains a deservedly high reputa- 
tion in its particular field. It is, nevertheless, 
constantly threatened with discontinuance owing 
to lack of sufficient support, and its future cannot 
be prophesied with any certainty. 

Just before the break between The Library and 
the Library Association, and probably as a partial 
result of the dissensions in the association, another 
English library periodical was started. This was 
the Library World, of which the first number ap- 
peared in J vdy, 1898. It was issued from the office 
of the Library Supply Co. of London (which corre- 
sponds in a degree with the Library Btu-eau in 
this country), as a twenty-four-page monthly, 
resembling The Library in general style, with 
short articles on library topics, notes, etc., and 



with an introductory announcement that it had 
been founded to meet the need "for a magazine 
of a more independent nature than anything 
hitherto issued, or at least one which is not ham- 
pered in any way by official connection with a 
society or other public body." It was practically 
a medium of expression for librarians dissatisfied 
with the formal methods of the "official organ,'- 
and it has kept up a pretty steady fire of criti' 
cism upon conservative ideas and has been the 
mouthpiece of the more radical or progressive 
English librarians. It has had a continuous exist- 
ence and its influence on the whole has certainly 
been excellent in promoting progressive methods 
in English libraries, and giving "the other side" 
of most library questions. 

Still another English library periodical remains, 
the Library Assistant, of which the first number 
appeared in January, 1898, as the official organ 
of the Library Assistants' Association, established 
in 1895. This is also still in existence as a small 
monthly, almost a bulletin in size, containing short 
articles, notes of appointments, and reports and 
announcements regarding the Library Assistants' 
Association and examination classes. It illus- 
trates one of the chief differences between library 
organization in this country and in Great Britain 
— a difference that is also shown by the checkered 
career of the several English publications already 
noted — and that lies in the strong elements of 
class distinction and personal antagonism. The 
Library Assistants' Association was formed, with 
the approval of the parent Library Association, 
as an organization for the assistants, who on their 
side felt that the national body was almost wholly 
given up the to head librarians in its membership 
and that the work of assistants, their desire to 
advance, and their own special interests were 
ignored or wilfully disregarded. In oxir own 
Association there has never been, so far as I know, 
any suggestion of such feeling, and librarians and 
assistants have shared with mutual friendliness 
in a common task and a common interest. In 
Great Britain, on the other hand, the library 
world has been and still is split into many different 
factions and critical coteries; the single question 
of open access has wrought havoc for a dozen 
years past among our EngUsh brethren, and its 
advocates have been characterized as villains, 
falsifiers, fools and blackguards, while they on 
their side have apphed similar peaceful epithets 
to the supporters of the indicator system. It has 
been the same way as regards other questions — 
the employment of women in libraries, for instance, 
or the establishment of children's departments — 
and possibly for this reason the library movement 
has never reached the steady swing that fellow- 
ship and friendly co-operation have given it in 
the United States. 



[ To be eontinued.l 

SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHIES APPEARING REGULARLY IN PERIODICALS.* 

By MARY JOSEPHINE BOOTH, Librarian State Normal School, Charleston, 111. 

PART II. 



ENGINEERINO. 

For the subject of engineering no comparison will be 
given with Poole's index, except in one case, because 
there is little duplication. 

♦Thesis for degree of Bachelor of Library Science in the State library school in the University of Illinois, presented June, 
1904. greatly enJarged and broiight to date, 1908. 



American society of dvil engineers, Proceedings, 
monthly. 

Monthly list of recent engineering articles of interest, 
monthly, March 1899-date. (38) 



Bulletin of Bibliography. 



Vol. 6 No. 1 



"This list is published for the purpose of placing 
before the members of the society the titles of current 
engineering articles." The list is classed under the 
different divisions of engineering, alphabetically ar- 
ranged. The magazines regularly indexed number 
over ninety, including those published in England, 
America, France, Germany, Austria, Belgixim and 
Russia. Many Proceedings of societies of different 
countries appearing regiilarly are indexed. Each 
magazine is given a nuniber and reference is made to 
this in the bibliography. No annotations are made. 
The entries are not included in annual index. 

Professor Talbot, head of the Municipal and sanitary 
engineering department of the University of Illinois 
considers that this index is more critically compiled 
and shows better judgment in the selection or the 
entries than that of the Engineering magazine. 
Engineering digest, monthly. 

Technical press index, monthly, 1908-date. (39) 

Formerly Technical literature with a department 
called Index to current technical literature Jan.-Dec. 
1907. 

The classification is by large subject with necessary 
subdivisions. 

"The length of each article is stated and there is a 
short descriptive note regarding the scope of the article." 
"This index . . . will endeavor to list all the articles 
and comment of technical value appearing in current 
periodicals." It includes periodicals published in 
United States, England, France, Austria, Italy, Ger- 
many, South America, Mexico and Spain as well as 
Proceedings and Transactions of American technical 
societies. The list is not identical with that in the 
Engineering magazine but some duplication occurs. 
The items are not included in the annual index. 
Engineering magazine, monthly. 

Engineering index, monthly, 1895-date. (40) 

The material is grouped under eight large divisions 
of engineering, as Electrical engineering. Railroad 
engineering, etc., with subdivisions. A descriptive 
abstract is gfiven, with the length, in words, and the 
price of the single article indicated. The number of 
magazines regvilarly indexed is about 175 and includes 
periodicals of Belgium, Argentine republic, Australia, 
Austria Hungary, England, France, Germany, Italy, 
Spain, Canada, Africa, Scotland and the United States. 
Transactions of societies, {periodical in form, as well 
as annual and monthly reports are analyzed for this 
list. There is no monthly index. The annual index 
refers only to the subjects of the items. The divisions 
of the bibliography are printed at the beginning of 
each number. Copies of the bibliography can be 
obtained printed on only one side of the paper. 
Engineering index, annual, 1906-date. 

This annual index is cumulated from the monthly 
issues. "About 250 publications representing seven- 
teen nations and colonies and six languages are in- 
cluded. Every entry has a brief descriptive note defin- 
ing the scope and purport of the article. There are 
cross references. The scheme of classification is the 
same as in the monthly numbers. 
Engineering review, monthly. 

Industrial engineering press, monthly, Apr. 1905-date. 

(41) 

"In this section is presented every month a list of 
the most important articles appearing in the Engineer- 
ing press and of the leading papers read before the 
various engineering institutions all over the world. 
The classification is by large subject. The annual 
index does not include the entries. 
Institution of civil engineers of London. Proceedings, 
quarterly. 

Abstracts of papers in scientific transactions and 
periodicals, quarterly, 1874-date. (42) 

There is no arrangement, classed or alphabetical, 
but the index by author and subject at the end of each 



number makes the material available. Periodicals 
published in America, England, France, Germany, 
Sweden, Italy and Belgium are indexed. Proceedings 
of societies are included. The annotations are long 
and are signed with the initials of the reviewer. The 
annual index does not include these items. 

Stone and Webster library. 

Current literature references, annual, 1907-date. (43) 
The scheme of classification is given at the begin- 
ning of the list. There are large divisions as civil, 
electrical and mechanical engineering with the neces- 
sary subdivisions. English and American technical 
jotxmals with Proceedings of societies form the list 
mdexed. There are no annotations. Some duplication 
with Poole and with the Readers' guide occurs. "The 
list is of technical value." Note L. j. Aug. '08; 33: 345. 
ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL. 

Electro-chemical and metallurgical industry, monthly. 
Synopsis of periodical literature, monthly, Jan. 1905- 
date. (44) 
This list is arranged by large subject, with long 
annotations. Magazines in French, German and Eng- 
lish are indexed but no Society publications. The 
annual index to subjects indexes the articles in this 
department, but not the annual index of authors. 

Engineering, electrical, see also (89). 

Engineering, mechanical, see (101). 

ENTOMOLOGY. 

Entomologische litteraturblaetter, monthly, 1901-date. 

(45) 
The entries are arranged under the name of the 
publication. Periodicals of the United States, Ger- 
many, England, Russia, France, and Italy, Proceed- 
ings and Transactions of societies, and books, are in- 
cluded. No annotations. The annual index brings 
all the entries of any given magazine together under 
its name. 

Royal society of Canada. Proceedings and transactions, 
annual. 

Bibliography of Canadian entomology, annual, 1901— 
date. (46) 

The list is arranged alphabetically by author with 
short descriptive annotations. Articles on this sub- 
ject wherever found are included but the references 
are for the most part to Canadian periodicals, papers 
and transactions of societies. 

Ethics, see (85). 

Evolution, see (3). 

FERMENTATION. 

Jahresbericht ueber die fortschritte in der lehre von den 
gaerungsorganismen, annual, 1890-date. (47) 

The classification is by large subject with subdivi- 
sions. Following the list of articles are long signed 
annotations. Periodicals in French, German, English, 
and Italian are included and an author and a subject 
index is provided. 

FINANCE. 

Finanz-archiv, semi-annual. 

Bibliographic der finanz-wissenschaftlichen litteratur, 
. . . annual, 1884-date. (48) 

In this list the articles are placed under the country 
about which they treat. Certain journals are given at 
the beginning of the list as among those indexed, but 
others are indexed besides these. Wherever articles 
are found on this subject they are included. Promi- 
nent French, Italian, German, English and American 
periodicals are given as well as books, but Society 
publications are omitted. There are no annotations. 
The American and English magazines are included, 
for the most part, in Poole. The annual index does 
not include these items. 



[To be continued.] 



Oct., 1909. 



Literary Annuals and Gift Books 



LITERARY ANNUALS AND GIFT BOOKS, AMERICAN AND ENGLISH: 

A BIBLIOGRAPHY. 

By FREDERICK WINTHROP FAXON, B. A. 
PART VIII. 



F. 
N.Y., L.C. 


(676) 
(677) 


Mrs. Sigoumey. 

288 p., 10 pi., 

F. 


Hart- 

6ix4. 

(678) 



F. (679 ) 
(679a) 



Primrose The, a gift of friendship, ed. by Rev. C. W. 
Everest. Hartford, Henry S. Parsons. 1848, c. 1848 
viii, 9-128 p., front., 4i x 2}. F. (673) 

Also issued in 1850. N.Y. (674) 

Also issued in 1852, W. J. Hamersley. F. (675) 

Rainbow, The, 1847, ed. by A. J. McDonald. Albany, 
A. L. Harrison, c. sectired. viii, 9-272 p., 10 pi., 
7ix4j. - — - 

Also issued in 1848. 

Religious keepsake, The, ed. b^ 
ford, S. Andrus & Son, n. a 
"The infant St. John." 
It was also issued in 1846. 
This is "Religious souvenir," 1839. 

Religious offering, 1839. Philadelphia. 

, 1840. ed. by Miss Catharine H. Waterman, 

Philadelphia, Wm. Marshall & Co., c. 1839. vi p., 
1 1., 9-288 p., 10 pi., 6ix4i. 

N.Y., B.P., U.W. (680) 

Religious souvenir, The, for Christmas and New- Year's 
presents, ed. by Mrs. L. H. Sigoumey. Hartford, S. 
Andrus & Son, n. d. 288 p., 10 pi., 6f x 4^. "The 
patroon." C.U. (681) 

This is really a reissue of 1840 [in 1845], with front, 
omitted. 

Also issued by Leavitt & Allen, N. Y.,n. d. [1856 or 
after], omitting p. 263-288, and with a variation in 
pi.. 7i X 4i. U.W. (682) 

See also 1845, 1846, which have same text, but vary in 
pi. 

, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1833, ed. by G. T. Bedell, [v. 1.] Philadel- 
phia, Key, Mielke & Biddle, c.1832. 287 p., 9 pi., 
5ix3i. N.Y., U.W., B.P. (683) 

, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1834, ed. by G. T. Bedell, [v. 2.] Philadel- 
phia, Key & Biddle, 1834, c.1833. vi p., 1 1., 9-288 p.. 
8 pi., 6 X 3i. L.C, B.P., U.W. (684) 

, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1835, ed. by G. T. Bedell, [v. 3.] Phildelphia. 
Key & Biddle, 1835, c. 1834. vi p., 1 1., 9-272 p., 8 pi., 
6x3i. N.Y!, B.P., U.W. (685) 

, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1836, ed. by Chauncy Colton. [v. 4.] Phila- 
delphia, Key & Biddle, 1836, c. 1835. viii, 9-284 p., 8 
pi., 6 x 3i. L.C, N.Y., U.W. (686) 

for 1837, ed. by Chauncy Colton. [v. 5.] 

New York, Hall & Voorhies, 1837,c. 1835. viii, 9-288 p., 
8 pi., 6i X 3i. N.Y., L.C, B.P. (687) 

for 1839, ed. by Mrs. L. H. Sigoumey. [v. 6.] 

New York, Schofield & Voorhies, c.1838. 288 p., 8 pi., 
6 X 3i. "Infant St. John." 

N.Y.. L.C, C.U., U.W. (688) 

This was reprinted in 1845 with variation in pi. 
Reissued as "Religious Keepsake," n. d. 
Reissued as "Christian keepsake," N. Y., n. d., with 
different pi., and omitting p. 263-288. 

for 1840, ed. by Mrs. L. H. Sigoumey. [v. 7.] 

New York, Schofield & Voorhies, c. 1839. 288 p., 8 pi., 

6f X 4i. C.U., B.P., U.W., B.A. (689) 

This was reissued in Hartford 1845 and in 1846, with 

changes in pi., also an edition Hartford n. d., and New 

York, Leavitt & Allen [1856?]. 

for 1839 republished for 1845. Hartford, S. 

Andrus & Son, 1845, c.1838. 288 p., 10 pi., 6f x 4. 
"Infant St. John." C.U., U.W. (690) 

Has a "new frontispiece, and several other improve- 
ments in embellishments," otherwise same as 1839. 
See following for a different issue in same year. 



Religious souvenir, The, for 1840, republished for 
1845, ed. by Mrs. L H. Sigoiimey. Hartford, S. 
Andms & Son, 1845, c. 1839. 288 p., 11 pi., 6f x 4^. 
"The patroon." B.P., C.U., U.W. (691) 

Has "8 new engravings, and several [all but 3] of old 
ones are removed." Otherwise same as 1840. 
Also issued without date (see 681). 

for Christmas and New Year's presents, ed. 

by Mrs. L. H. Sigoumey. Hartford, S. Andrus & 
Son, 1846. 288 p., 11 pi., 64x4*. "The patroon." 
N.Y., L.C, U.W. (692^ 
Identical with 1845. 
Really 1840 with variation in pi. 

Remember! A keepsake, ed. by Richard and Elizabeth 

Stoddard. New York, Leavitt & AUen, n, d. [1868 ?] . 

312 p., [7 pi.,] 7i X 5. P.M. (693) 

Also an edition, Geo. A. Leavitt, n. d. [1869 or after]. 

F. (693a) 

Remember me. The, a religious and literary miscellany, 
intended as a Christmas and New Year's present. 
Philadelphia. E. Littell, 1829, c. 1828. xii, 13-306 p., 
8 pi., 5i X Si. C.U. (694) 

Also issued n. d., c. 53d year of U. S. Independence. 

N.Y. (695) 

, a token of love for 1851. [v. 1.] Philadel- 
phia, Henry F. Anners, c. 1850. viii, 280 p., 6 pi., 
7ix4i. L.C, C.U., U.W. (696) 

, a token of love for 1852. [v. 2.1 Philadel- 
phia, Henry F. Anners, c. 1851. 2 p. 1., 7-288 p., 6 pi., 
7ix5. C.U., B.P. (697) 

, a token of love for 1853. [v. 3.] Philadel- 
phia, Henry F. Anners, c. 1852. 288 p., 5 pi., 6J x 4^. 

L.C, P.M. (698) 

, a token of love for 1854. [v. 4.] Philadel- 
phia, Henry F. Anners, c. 1853. 252 p., 6 pi., 6^ x 4^. 

L.C (699) 

, a token of love for 1855. [v. 5.] Philadel- 
phia, Henry F. Anners, c. 1854. 252 p., 5 pi., 6J x 4. 

P.M. (700) 

Remembrancer, The, for 1841. Philadelphia, T. E. 
Chapman; Marshall, William & Butler, viii, 26 p., 
6| x 4. F. (701) 

Rhode Island book. The, selections in prose and verse 
from writings of Rhode Island citizens, by Anne C 
Lynch. Providence, H. Fuller, 1841. viii, 352 p., 
front., 7 X 4f . N.Y.S. (702) 

Rose, The, or affection's gift for 1842, ed. by Emily 
Marshall, [v. 1.] New York, D. Appleton & Co., 

1842, c. 1841. 216 p., 10 pi., 6i x 3}. 

N.Y., L.C, U.W. (703) 

, or affection's gift for 1843, ed. by Emily 

Marshall, [v. 2.] New York, D. Appleton & Co., 

1843, c. 1842. vi p., 1 1., 9-216 p., 10 pi., 6 x 3}. 

C.U., U.W. (704) 

, or affection's gift for 1844, ed. by Emily 

Marshall, [v. 3.] New York, D. Appleton & Co., 

1844, c. 1843. vi p., 1 1., 9-256 p., 10 pi., 5f x 3^. 

N.Y., P.M. (705) 

, or affection's gift for 1846, ed. by Emily 

Marshall, [v. 4.] New York, D. Appleton & Co., 

1845, c. 1844. 252 p., 10 pi., 6^ x 4^. 

N.Y., L.C, U.W. (706) 

, or affection's gift for 1846, ed. by Emily 

Marshall, [v. 5.] New York, D. Appleton & Co., 

1846, c. 1845. 252 p., 10 pi., 6i x 4. 

N.Y., L.C, B.P., U.W. (707) 

, or affection's gift for 1847, ed. by Emily 

Marshall, [v. 6.] New York, D. Appleton & Co., 

1847, c. 1846. vi p., 1 1., 9-252 p., 10 pi., 6 x 3f . 

C.U.. U.W. (708) 



[ To be continued.'] 



8 



Bulletin of Bibliography. 



Vol. 6 No. 1 



BIRTHS AND DEATHS. 
A RECORD OF NEW TITLES, CHANGED TITLES AND DEATHS IN THE 

PERIODICAL WORLD. 

( To be continued quarterly^ 
N B — The editor will be glad to know of any omissions or corrections, since January, 1900, not 
noted, for inclusion in the next issue, and will esteem it a favor to be notified of new periodicals by 
any librarian who may receive a sample number. Reports of deaths will be gratefully received and 

recorded. 

Nash's Magazine. London, mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

April, 1909. 6d., 9s. 
National Stationer. 38 Murray St., New York, N. Y., mo., 

Svo, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, Feb., 1907. $1.00. 
New Magazine, The. 43 E. 19th St., New York, N. Y., 

mo., Svo, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, April, 1909. 15c., $1.50. 
Nobody's Magazine. Eugene, Oreg., mo., 4to, illus., 

vol. 1, no. 1, April, 1908. 50c. year. 
Ontario Natural Science Bulletin. Guelph, Ont., ann., 

Svo, no. 1, 1905. 25c. 
Photographic Progress. Lafayette Bldg., Philadelphia, 

Pa., mo., Svo, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, June, 1909. 15c., 

$1.50. 
Pocket Monthly, The. York, Pa., mo., Svo, illus., vol. 1, 

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Practical Education. 350 Boylston St., Boston, Mass., 

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Quaker City Automobile Journal. 612 Chestnut St., 

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State, The. Johannesburg, So. Africa., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Jan., 1909. 6d. each. 
Telephoto Quarterly, The. Weybridge, Eng., and 122 E. 

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Voice of Freedom. 2963 Webster St., San Francisco, Cal.. 

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Washington City Automobile Journal. 612 Chestnut St., 

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Washington Medical Annals. 618 F. St., Washington, 

D. C, bi-moi Svo, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, March, 1902. 

20c., $1.00. 



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Advertising Rtsults. 70 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y., mo., 

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50c. 
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Author's Journal. 1915 Greenmount Ave., Baltimore, 

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Auto Magazine. Oakland, Cal., mo., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

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Baltimore City Automobile Journal. 612 Chestnut St., 

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Board of Trade Printer. 147 Fourth Ave,. New York, 

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Body Guard. 150 Sixth Ave., New York, N. Y., quar., 

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By Archer Road. 358 E. 22d St., Chicago, 111., mo. 

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II. Changed or Discontinued. 

American Gymnasia and Athletic Record. Boston. Dis- 
continued with vol. 4, no. 8, April, 1908. 

American Historical Magazine. New York. Changed to 
Americana with vol. 4, no. 4, July. 1909. 

Army and Navy Life. New York. Changed to Uncle 
Sam's Magazine with vol. 15. no. 1. May. 1909. 

Domestic Science Monthly. Oakland, Cal. Discontinued 
with vol. 4. no. 7. April, 1902. Merged in House 
Beautiful. Chicago. 

Entomological Stud£nt, The. Philadelphia. Discontinued 
with vol. 2, no. 4, Mav, 1901. 

Fortnightly, The. Philadelphia. Discontinued with no. 7, 
Jan. 11, 1908. 

Freak, The. Boston. Discontinued with no. S, Oct., 1906. 

Golden Days for Boys and Girls. Philadelphia. Discon- 
tinued with vol. 28, no. 27, May 11, 1907. 

Government. Boston. Discontinued with vol. 3, no. 5, 
Dec, 1908. 

Medical Library and Historical Journal. Brooklyn. Dis- 
continued with vol. 5, no. 4, Dec, 1907. Followed by 
iEsculapian. 

New Jersey Magazine, The. Newark. Discontinued with 
no. 1, Oct., 1907. 

O. S. U. Naturalist, The. Columbus, O. Changed to The 
Ohio Naturalist-'with no. 3. Jan., 1901. 

Rooseveltian Look Out, The. Rockport, Ind. Changed to 
The President with vol. 2. no. 2. March-April, 1909. 

Southern Woodlands. Athens, Ga. Changed to Forest, 
Fish and Game with vol. 3, no. 1, June, 1909. 

Technology Quarterly and Proceedings of the Society of 
Arts. Boston. Discontinued with vol. 21, no. 4, Dec, 
1908. The Proceedings of the Society of Arts pub- 
lished separately. 

Union University Quarterly. Schenectady. Discontinued 
with vol. 4, no. 4, 1908. 



Oct., 1909 



Magazine Subject-Index 



QUARTERLY MAGAZINE SUBJECT-INDEX, JULY-SEPT., J909 



(•Belns a oantlnuatlon of the Magazine Subjeot-Index, YoL 1. and Annual for 1908.) 
LIST OF PERIODICALS INDEXED. ABBREVIATIONS USED. 



Ap. Mo. 

Am. Cath. Res 



African Monthly. Grahamstown. 
American Catholic Historical Researches. 

Phila. 

Am. Cath. His. S. Amer. Catholic Hist. Soc.Records. Phila. 
Am. J. Int. L. American journal of Interna'! Law. N. Y. 

Am.J.Int.L.Sopp. American Journal of International Law, 

Supplement. N.Y. 
American Political Science Review. Balto. 
Americana (formerly Amer. historical 

magazine). N. Y. 
Annals of Iowa. Des Moines. 
Appalachia. Boston. 
Architects' and Builders' Magazine- N.Y. 
Bibliophile. London. 
Book News Monthly. Phila. 
Bookman. London. 
Brickbuilder. Boston. 
Bulletin of Biblio^aphy. Boston. 
Burlin|fton Magazine. London and N. 
Connoisseur. London and N.Y. 
Conservation, Washington, D. C. 
Educational Bi-Montmy. Chicajgo. 
Florida Historical Society Publications, 

Quarterly. Jacksonville. 
Forestry Quarterly. _Cambridge, Mass 



Am. Pol. Sci. 
Americana. 

Ann. Ia. 

Appalachia. 
Arch. & B. M. 
Bibliophile. 
Bk. News. 
Bkman (Lond.) 
Brickb. 
BuL. B. 
Burl. M. 
Connoisseur. 
Conservation. 
Ed. Bi-Mo. 
Fla. His. S. 



Y. 



For. Q. 

Geog.Soc.Phila. Geographical Soc. of PhiladelpTiia, Bulletin 



Gran. Mo 
Gran. St. M. 
Hampton. 
Hom. R. 
House & G. 
Ind. M. 
111. His. J. 

lA. J. 

J. Am. His. 
J. His. 
Ky.Reg. 

Kind. M. 
Md. His. M. 
Mass. M. 
Mazama. 
Met. M. 
Mo. His. R. 
Mo. His. Col. 

Explanatory. Inclusive pages of articles indexed are given, making possible an accurate estimate of length. The volume, 
month and year are also given. 

"il." means illustrated. "por.", "pors.", mean with portrait, or portraits. "Portrait" means portrait only, no article. 

If an article concerning a jjerson is marked " il." it means that among the illustrations there is no portrait, while " por." or 
** pors." would show that the only illustrations were portraits. 

A colon after an initial designates the most usual given name, as per rule adopted by the A. l. a., and by both the RttuUr't 
Guide and Library Index. 

Continued stories and fiction by notable writers have been included under name of author. 

QUARTERLY MAGAZINE SUBJECT-INDEX, JULY- SEPT., 1909. 



Granite Monthly. Concord, N. H. 

Granite State Magazine. Manchester, N.H. 

Hampton's Magazine. N. Y. 

Homiletic Review. N. Y. 

House and Garden. N. Y. 

Indiana Quar. Mag. of Hist., Indianapolis. 

Illinois State Historical Society, Journal. 
Springfield, 111. 

Iowa Jour, of Hist, and Politics. Iowa City. 

Journal of American History. New Haven. 

Journal of History. Lamoni, la. 

Kentucky State Historical Society Regis- 
ter. Frankfort. 

Kindergarten Primary Magazine. N. Y. 

Maryland Historical Magazine. Baltimore. 

Massachusetts Magazine. Salem, Mass. 

Mazama. Portland, Ore. 

Metropolitan Magazine. N. Y. 

Missouri Historical Review. Columbia. 

Missouri Hist. Soc, Collections. St. Louis. 



Moody. Moody's Magazine. N. Y. 

N. Music R. New Music Review. N. Y. 

N. J. His. S. New Jersey Historical Society Proceed- 

ings. 

N. Dak. M. North Dakota Magazine. Bismarck. 

O. Arch. Q. Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quar. 

Old N. W. " Old Northwest " Genealogical Quarterly. 

Columbus. 

Ore. His. Q. Oregon Hist. Society Quarterly. Portland. 

Ox.&Camb. Oxford and Cambridge Review. London. 

Pac. Mo. Pacific Monthly. Portland, Ore. 

Pearson (N.Y.) Pearson's Marazine. N. Y. 

Pa. M. Pennsylvania Magazine of History. Phila. 

Photo-M Plioto-Miniature. N. Y. 

Pres. His. S. Presbyterian Historical Society, Journal. 

Phila. 

Print Art. Printing Art. Cambridge, Mass. 

Q. J. For. Quarterly Journal of Forestry. London. 

Queen's Q. Queen's Quarterly. Kingston, Ont. 

Recreation. Recreation. N.Y. 

SCH. Ed. School and Home Education. Blooming- 

ton, 111. 

Sci. Pro. Science Progress. London. 

Scot. His. R. Scottish Historical Review. Glasgow. 

Sierra. Sierra Club Bulletin. San Francisco. 

Soc. Am. For. Society of American Foresters, Proceed- 
ings. Washington, D. C. 

S. C His. M. South Carolina Historical and Genealogi- 

cal Magazine. Charleston. 

Sub. L. Suburban Life. N. Y. 

Sunset. Sunset. San Francisco. 

Tech. W. Technical World. Chicago. 

Tex. His. Q. Texas State Historical Association Quar- 

terly. Austin. 

U. S. Cath. S. U. S. Cath. Hist. Soc, Historical Records 
and Studies. N. Y. 

Univ. M. University Magazine. Montreal. 

Van N. Van Norden Magazine. N. Y. 

Va. M. Virginia Magazineof History & Biography. 

Richmond. 

Wash. His. Q. Washington Historical Quarterly. Seattle. 

W. Arch. Western Architect. Minneapolis. 

Windsor. Windsor Magazine. London. 

Wis. Arch. Wisconsin Archaeologist. Milwaukee. 



W.WoRK (Lond.) World's Work. London. 



Abbeys. 

— Yorkshire, England. Frances Gorman, il. Bibliophile 
3: 251-5. J109. 

—Pembroke (N. H.) Academy, il. Gran. Mo. 41: 225- 

38. .1109. 
Acosta, Miss Maria de. 

—of New York. Portrait. Met. M. 30: 481. AgOQ. 
Actors and Actresses. See Dramatic Index. 
Advertising. 
— The Selfridge department store cartoons in London 

papers. C: E. Dawson, il. Print. Art 13: 349-60. 

Ag09. 
Aerial navigation. 
— Balloon trip across Atlantic possible. W. Prescott. 

il. Tech. W. 12: 3-11. 809. 
— Montgolfier, J. M., 1740-, and his brother Etienne. 

Mrs. F. N. Jackson, il. Connoisseiir 25: 15-19. 

S09. 
— Progress of. B. R. Newton, il. Van N. 5: 371-5. 

J109. 



Aerial navigation. 

— Progress of. P. G. Parsons. Gran. Mo. 41: 198-204. 

Je09. 
— The various types of flying machine. F: A. Talbot, il. 

W. Work (Lond.) 14: 369-78. S09. 
Africa. 
— Hippopotamus hunting. R: Tjader. il. Pearson 

(N. Y.) 22: 133-7. J109. 
— Trapping big game in heart of Africa. F. Duquesne. 

il. Hampton 23 : 249-60. AgOQ. 
— Tropical, Imperial organization in. R. Durand. Af. 

Mo. 6: 113-8. J109. 
Africa, East. 
— Hunting in British East Africa. P. C. Madeira, il. 

Met. M. 30: 17-28. Ap09, and following issues. 
— Lion and elephant hunting in. W. S. Ramsford. il. 

map. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 152-65. J109, and fol- 
lowing issues. 
— Some of the ports of. H. O. Andrews. Af. Mo. 6: 

248-52. Ag09. 
—Sketch of. H. E. Evans. Af. Mo. 119-25. J109. 



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Bulletin of Bibliography* 



Vol. 6 No. 1 



Africa, South. 

— Ckjnstitution of. Am. J. Int. L. 3: 691-4. J109. 

— Constitution approved, il. W. Work. (Lond.) 14: 

136-41. J109. 
— Native policy and problem. G: M. King. Af. Mo. 6: 

40-50. Je09. 
Agricoltaral colleges. 
— and Divinity schools, Co-operation between. K. L. 

Butterfield. Horn. R. 58: 23-6. J109. 
Ahmed Mirza, Shah of Persia. 1898-. 
—The new Shah. por. Van N. 5: 580. S09. 
Alaska. 
— Northern, Surface features of. T. 8. Solomons. Appa- 

lachia 12: 45-54. J109. 
— U. S. Revenue Cutter service in Alaskan waters. A. J. 

Henderson, il. Van N. 5: 638-12. S09. 
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, 1909. 
— Architectural side. W. Arch. 14: 3-6. J109. 
—at Seattle, il. W. Work. (Lond.) 14: 421-7. S09. 
— Seattle's great exposition. W. Beaton, il. Pac. Mo. 

22: 30-42. J109. 
Alcohol, Denatured. 

— Manufacture of, by farmers, expensive. W. A. Camp- 
bell, il. Van N. 5: 624-7. S09. 
Aldrieh, 0., 1828-1908. 
— The Aldrieh collection of autographs, il. Ann. la. 9: 

81-94. J109. 
Aldrieh, Nelson Witanarth, 1841-. 
— United States Senator from R. I. and master of the 

tariff, por. R. W. WooUey. Van N. 5: 366-70. 

J109. 
— The boss of the Senate, por. J. C. Welliver. il. 

Hampton 23: 39-46. J109. 
Alfalfa. 

—Cultivation of. il. N. Dak. M. 3: 76-88. Je09. 
Allen, James Lane, 1848-. 

— An English Appreciation. Bk. News 27: 933-4. Ag09. 
Ammonia. 
— Liquid ammonia as a solvent. P. May. Sci. Pro. 4: 

105-22. J109. 
Amusement devices. 
—Description of. R. Sloss. il. Van N. 5: 418-23. 

J109. 
Animals. 
— Armor in, and its degeneration. F. Oswald, il. Sci. 

Pro. 4: 123-34. J109. 
— Prehistoric, of Kentucky and the Ohio valley. R. B. 

Gilbert. Ky. Reg. 7: My09. 49-55. 
Apartment houses. 
— Minneapolis. Lyman Court apartments, il. plan. W. 

Arch. 14: 18. Ag09. 
— New York city. Studio apartment house, il. Arch. & 

B. M. 41: 379-86. Je09. 
— Seattle, Wash. Sorento and Clark apartments, il. 

W. Arch. 14: J109. 
Ain)alachian mountains. 
— Fight for national forests, in U. S. Congress. E. A. 

Start, il. Conservation 15: 251-61. My09. 
— National forest bill. House of representatives. Vote 

on Week's bill in detaU. Conservation 15:348-57. 

Je09. 
Architecture. 
— Colonial, Origin and characteristics of. F. M. Gilbert. 

il. W. Arch. 14: 21-2. S09. 
— New York school of applied design for women, il. 

plan. Arch. & B. M. 41: 309-13. My09. 
Arctic exploration. 
— 1753 voyage of the "Argo" to discover a North-west 

Passage. H: G. Bryant. Geog. Soc. Phila. 7: 145- 

50. J109. 
Bacon, Robert. 
— United States Ambassador to France 

5: 434-5. J109. 
—Portrait. Met. M. 30: 624. S09. 
Balmer, Edwin, 1883. 
— author. Portrait. Bk. News 23: 40. 
Baltimore, Md. 
— Civic architecttiral plan, Proposed, il. W. Arch. 14: 

25. S09 



por. Van N. 



S09. 



Baltimore, Md. 

—Docks built by the city. F. B. Warren, il. Tech. W. 

12: 76-81. S09. 
— Roman Catholic church. Letters from Bishop Carroll 

to Rev. J : Edisford. 1787-1815. Am. Cath. His. S. 

20: 49-72. Mr09. 
Bank buildings. 
— Cleveland,©. First National bank. il. W. Arch. 14. 

Ag09. 
Banks and banking. 
— Productivity of capital invested in banking. H. M. P. 

Eckardt. Moody 8: 57-60. J109. 
Barker, J:, 1840-. 

—Portrait. W. Work. (Lond.) 14: 364. S09. 
Barr, Robert, 1850-. 
— The cousin from Canada (story), il. Windsor 30: 

319-27. Ag09. 
Base ball pavilions. 
— Philadelphia American league, il. plan. Brickb. 18: 

Te09. 
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827. 
— Composer. Letters of (review). G: Sampson. Bkman. 

(Lond.) 36: 179-80. J109. 
Bell, Maj.-Oen. James Franklin. 
— of Washington, D. C. Portrait. Sunset 23: 165. 

Ag09. 
Belloc, Hilaire, 1870-. 

—author. Portrait. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 200. Ag09. 
Belmont, Mrs. O. H. P. 
—Portrait. Van N. 5: 554. Ag09. 
Benson, Frank W. 

— Governor of Oregon. Portrait. Svmset 23: 21. J109. 
—Pac. Mo. 22: 248. S09. 
Beresford, Elizabeth. 
—Portrait. Burl. M. 15: 175. Je09. 
Berries. 
— Berry bearing shrubs. Marie Von T. Price. House & G. 

16: 28-9. JI09, and following issues. 
Bethmann-Hollweg, Theobald von. 
— German chancellor. Portrait. W. Work. (Lond.) 14: 

260. Ag09. 
—Sketch, por. Van N. 5: 666. S09. 
Beveridge, Albert Jeremiah, 1862-. 
— United States Senator from Indiana, por. Van N. 5: 

517-20. Ag09. 
Beza, Theodore. 

—Portrait. Pres. His. S. 5: 107. S09. 
Bible. 
— Old Testament. Book of Jeremiah, its origin and 

structure. H. T. Wallace. Queens Q. 16: 333-51. 

Ap-Je09. 
Bibliographies. 

— Subject bibliographic, appearing regularly in peri- 
odicals. Mary J. Booth. Bui. B. 5: 199-202. 

J109, and following issues. 
Bigelow, J:, 18 17-. 
— His retrospections of an active life. por. il. Met. M. 

30: 497-508, 603-7. Ag09. 
Bingham, Oen. Theodore A. 
— Police Commissioner of N. Y. City. Portrait. Van N. 

5: 571. S09. 
— Why I was removed from N. Y. City Police Commis- 
sion. T. A. Bingham, il. Van N. 5: 591-6. 

S09, and following issue. 
Birds. 
— Grahamstown, So. Africa, birds. A. Haagner. Af. 

Mo. 6: 266-70. Ag09. 
— The slaughter of birds for their feathers. R. W. 

Kauffman. il. Hampton 23: 351-60. S09. 
Birmingham, G: A., pseud. See Hannay, Rev. James O. 
Bispham, David, 185 7-. 
— Sketch, por. Hampton 23: 123. J109. 
Blaisdell, Frank. 
— President N. H. Medical Society, por. Gran. Mo. 41: 

185-6. Je09. 
Blakeley, W: Augustus. 
— District Attorney, Pittsburgh, por. Hampton 23 : 407. 

S09. 



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Blind. 

— Wonderfvil work done by the blind. G. T. Norman. 

il. Van N. 5: 503-7. Ag09. 
Bogue, Miss Virginia. 

— of San Francisco. Portrait. Sunset 23: 19. J109. 
Bonds. 
— Municipal bonds, their issue and security. F: Lown- 

haupt. Moody 8: 18-21. J109, and following issues. 
BookmaKing. 
— Printing of the endings of books, Sketch of history of 

A. W. PoUard. il. Print. Art 13: 273-80. J109. 
Books. 
— Early. The Annmary Brown memorial, Providence, 

R. I. H. L. Koopman. Print. Art 13: 341-4. 

Ag09. 
Booth, Gen, W:, 1829-. 
— The life work of. por. Eva Booth, il. Van N. 5: 

632-7. S09. 
Borden, Frederick. 
— Canadian Minister of Militia. Portrait. W. Work. 

(Lond.) 14: 259. Ag09. 
Boston, Mass. 

— The massacre, 1770. Md. His. M. 4: 284-6. S09. 
— Settlers near, prior to 1630. Lucie M. Gardner. Mass. 

M. 2: 115-7. Ap09, and following issues. 
Cabinet. 
— Significance of the term in England and United States. 

H. B. Learned. Am. Pol. Sci. 3: 329-46. Ag09. 
Cabins. 
— Log cabins, How to build. W. S. Carpenter, il. 

Recreation 30: 17-9. J109. 
Caddagan, Anna A. 

— Manager Hoffman Hotise. N. Y. City. por. Hamp- 
ton 23: 263. Ag09. 
Caine (Thomas Henry) Hall, 1853-. 
— Portrait. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 244. S09. 
— Ethics of. por. Bram Stoker. Horn. R. 58: 98-102. 

Ag09. 
Caird, E:, 1835-1908. 
— as a teacher and thinker, por. J; Watson. Queen's Q. 

16: 303-13. Ap-Je09. 
Calhoun, Patrick, 1856-. 

— of San Francisco, por. Van N. 5: 558 Ag09. 
Calthrop, Dion, Clayton, 1875-. 

— author, portrait. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 233. Ag09. 
Cameras. 
— Reflex cameras and their uses. Photo-M. 9: 99-144. 

Mr09 (no. 99). 
Calvin, J:, 1509-64. 
— Calvin the theologian. H: C. Minton. Hom. R. 58: 

69-71. J109. 
— and the city of Geneva, por. J. C. Thome, il. Gran. 

Mo. 41: 219-24. J109. 
— as a moral force, per. E. Montel. Hom. R. 58: 8-13. 

J109. 
Campbell, Archibald, Earl of Argyll, -1685. 
— Portrait. Windsor 30: 168. J109. 
Camps. 
— A $400.00 wooden camp for summer. L. Shrimpton. 

il.plan. House &G. 16:11-15. J109. 
Canada. 
— Provincial rights in. A. Haydon. Queens Q. 17: 9- 

16. J1-S09. 
— United States boundary. J. J. Maclaren. Queen's Q. 

17: 23-7. J1-S09. 
— United States trade with. A. Hawkins, il. Pearson 

(N. Y.) 22: 361-8. S09. 
— Western. The North-West motmted police. Moody 

8: 126-8. Ag09. 
Canedo, Qen. Francisco. 
— Gov. of Sinaloa, Mexico. Portrait. Svmset 23: 31. 

J109. 
Canoes and canoeing. 
— Ontario, Northern. Four himdred mile trip. M. A. 

Riley, il. Recreation 30: 120-22. S09. 
Capetown, So. Africa. 
— Lagoon lands near. Frances Taylor. Af. Mo. 6: 

245-7. Ag09. 
— Reminiscences of 1835-6. Af. Mo. 6: 26-34. Je09, 

and following issues. 



Carey, Miss Rosa Nouchette, -1909. 

— author, por. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 200. Ag09. 

Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881. 

— the prophet of wonder. H. C. Mason. Af. Mo. 6: 

277-80. Ag09. 
Carroll, C: of Carrollton, 1737-1830. 
—Will of. Am. Cath. Res. 5: 273. J109. 
Carter, Solon, 1801-79. 
—Portrait. Gran. Mo. 41: 245. Ag09. 
Carter, Col. Solon Augustus, 1837-. 
— New Hampshire state treasurer, por. H. H. Metcalf. 

il. Gran. Mo. 41 : 243-8. Ag09. 
Castor oil. 
— Its manvifacture from castor bean. H: H. Dunn. il. 

Tech. W. 11: 651-5. J109. 
Castro, Cipriano, 1858-. 

—The exile of. C: T. Post. Van N. 5: 396-9. J109. 
Chadboume, Mrs. Thomas. 
— Portrait. Met. M. 30: 619. S09. 
Chaffee, Lieut.-Oen. Adna Romanza, 1842-. 
— Portrait. Sunset 23: 30. J109. 
Chamberlain, E. J. 

— Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 366. S09. 
Chamberlain, Lucia. 

— Author. Portrait. Sunset 23: 168. Ag09. 
Chantrey, Francis Leggatt, 1781-1841. 
— Sculptor. W. Meynell. il. Windsor 30: 3-16. Je09. 
Charles II, King of England, 1630-85. 
—Portrait. Windsor 30: 165. J109. 
Charles E: Louis Philip Casimir. "The Young Pre- 
tender. 1720-88. 
—Portrait. Windsor 30: 171. J109. 
Chautauqua. 
— Growth of the Chautauqua idea. Elbert Hubbard, il. 

Hampton 23: 28-38. J109. 
Chilberg, J: E: 
— President Alaska- Yukon-Pacific Exposition. Sketch. 

por. Hampton 23: 119. J109. 
Child labor. 
— United States should abolish. S. S. Wise. Pac. Mo. 

22: 127-30. Ag09. 
Child study. 
— The Parents national educational tmion and its work. 

Madeline Alston. Af. Mo. 6: 184-8. J109. 
Children. 
— Play centres for poor children. Beatrix M. de Burgh. 

il. Windsor 30: 31-7. Je09. 
Chimneys. 
— Great Falls, Mont., chimney, largest in world. G: F: 

Stratton. il. Tech. W. 12: 88-91. S09. 
— How to "throw" a chinmey safely. W. Larkins. 

Brickb. 18: 173-4. Ag09. 
China. 

— Effects of deforestation in China. B. Willis, il. Con- 
servation 15: 262-74. My09, and following issue. 
— Foreign affairs of. How acuninistered. W. W. Yen. 

Am. J. Int. L. 3: 537-46. T109. 
— Great wall, Story of the. E. W. Hewson. il. Sunset 

23: 282-7. S09. 
— United States-China arbitration convention, Oct. 1908 

(text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 221. J109. 
Choirs. 
— Children's choirs of Flemington, N. J. Elizabeth V. 

Vosseler. il. N. Music R. 8: 450-51. J109. 
Christina of Denmark, Duchess of Milan, 1521-90. 
— Portrait by Holbein, por. M. W. Brockwell. Connois- 

setu- 24: 147, 183-4. J109. 
Church. 
— Cotmtry church problems, Bibliography of works on. 

G: F: Wells. Horn. R. 58: 105-9. Ag09. 
— Ecclesiastical persecution in 17th century. Scot. His. 

R. 6: 373-82. J109. 
— Institutional church twenty-five years after. E: Jud- 

son. Hom. R. 58: 92-8. Ag09. 
Church architecture. 
— Churches designed by G: W. Kramer, il. plan. 

Arch. & B. M. 41: 370-6. Te09. 
— Lenoxdale, Mass. Roman Catholic chapel, il. W. 

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Church architecture. 

— Montclair, N.J. First Baptist Church, il. plan. W. 

Arch. 14: Ag09. 
— New York city. Amety Baptist church, il. Bnckb. 

18: 160. Ag09. 
— New York city. German Lutheran church, il. plan. 

Brickb. 18: 166. Ag09. 
— Somerville, Mass. St. Catherine's church, il. plan. 

Brickb. 18: Je09. 
Circus. 
—Circus folk. A. W. Brown, il. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 

255-61. Ag09. 
City expenditures. 
— New York city's Bureau of mvuiicipal research and its 

influence on expenses. C. F. Carter, il. Tech. W. 

11:585-93. Ag09. 
Olaflin, J: 

— Drygoods merchant. Portrait. Moody 8: 88. Ag09. 
Clark, O: Rogers, 1752-1818. 
— Dedication of monument to, Quincy, 111., May 22, 1909. 

111. His. J. 2: 65-7. J109. 
Clark, Walter E. 

—Gov. of Alaska. Portrait. Sunset 23: 29. J109. 
Clay. 
— Burnt clay use in architecture. C: H. Hughes, il. 

Brickb. 18: 155-9. Ag09. 
Clayton, H: Helm, 186 1-. 

—Meteorologist. Portrait. Van N. 6: 7. S09. 
Glemenceau, Georges, 184 1-. 
— French premier. Portrait. W.Work. (Lond.) 14: 148. 

J109. 
Clemens, S: Langhome (pseud Mark Twain). 1835-. 
— Portrait. Met. M. 30: 623. S09. 
— Portrait (caricature) by J. S. Anderson. Bk. News 27: 

849. J109. 
Clough, W. Rockwell. 
— and his wire cork screw company, por. A. C. Clark. 

il. Gran. Mo. 41:211-7. J109. 
Coal briquets. 
—How made. G. E. Mitchell, il. Tech. W. 11: 701-6. 

Ag09. 
Cobum, Foster Dwight. 
— Secretary Kansas state board of agriculture, por. G. W. 

Ogden. il. Hampton 23: 371-80. 809. 
Cofleyville, Kan. 
— The Dalton outlaws. G: E. McCulloch. il. Pac. Mo. 

22: 252-62. S09. 
Colleges and universities. 
— Miami (O.) tmiversity centennial. A. H. Upham. il. 

O. Arch. Q. 18: 322-44. J109. 
— Religious life in United States colleges. D. M. Pratt. 

Hom. R. 58: 13-20. J109. 
Collins, Mrs. Olen (Nathalie Schenck). 
—Portrait. Met. M. 30: 355. J109. 
Columbia, Mo. 
— Presbyterian church in, History of. W: F. Switzler. 

Mo. His. R. 3: 300-5. J109. 
Columns. 
— Brick and terra cotta block columns. Tests of. A. N. 

Talbot, il. Arch. & B. M. 41: 314-8. My09. 
Comets. 

— Halley's comet. History of. G. P. Serviss. il. Hamp- 
ton 23: 381-8. S09. 
Community settlements. 
—Point Loma, Cal. K. H. von Wiegand. il. Simset 

23: 115-26. Ag09. 
Concrete. 
— Ornamental uses of. W. Mueller, il. Sub. L. 9: 121-2. 

S09. 
Coney Island, N. T. 
— New York City's summer amusement playground. 

R. W. Kauffman. il. Hampton 23: 215-24. Ag09. 
Congregational Association. 
— 100th anniversary meeting, Boscawen, N. H. H. H. 

Metcalf. il. Gran. Mo. 41 : 187-92. Te09. 
Consols. 
—How to popularise British consols. W. Work. (Lond.) 

14: 194-7. J109. 



Constabulary. 

— State. The Pennsylvania plan. J: S. Lopez, il. 

Van N. 5: 497-502. Ag09. 
Cooke, Jay, 1821-1905. 
— American financier, por. M. M. Reynolds. Moody 8: 

37-41. J109. 
Cooke City, Mont. 
— Over the old trail to. R. E. Clark, il. Recreation 

30: 76-7, 95. Ag09. 
Copper mining. 
— United States. Present status of the industry. W. M. 

Swift. Moody 8: 129-32. Ag09. 
Corral, Don Ramon. 

— Vice-President of Mexico, por. Van N. 5: 670. S09. 
Cory, Mrs. Winifred (Oraham). 
— author, por. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 201-2. Ag09. 
Costume. 
— English costtmie. Reign of Edward III, 1327-1377. 

D. C. Calthrop. il. Connoisseur 24: 226-9. Ag09. 
Cottages. 

— Cottage architecttu-e. Rochester Chamber of Com- 
merce competition, plan. Arch. & B. M. 41: 319- 

23. My09. 
— Summer log cabins. How to build. W. S. Carpenter. 

il. Recreation 30: 17-9. J109. 
Dairying. 
— Increasing the cows' product. F. G. Moorhead. il. 

Tech. W. 12:13-21. S09. 
Dalton, Bob, and Dalton, Emmet. 
— The story of their robberies and raids in western U. S. 

pors. G: E. McCtdloch. il. Pac. Mo. 22: 252-62. 

§09. 
Dams. 
— Pathfinder dam. North Platte river. Neb. C. J. Blan- 

chard. il. Conservation 15:317-22. Je09. 
Downing, Andrew Jackson, 1815-52. 
— First American landscape architect, por. R: Scher- 

merhom.Jr. il. House & G. 16:43-6. Ag09. 
Drama. See Dramatic Index. 
Dramatic Index. 

— Annotmcement of Index to dramatic material appear- 
ing in magazines. Bui. B. 5: 195. J109. 
— For all references to Drama, Theatre, Actors, etc., 

see separate Dramatic Index following this alphabet 
Draper, Eben S., 1858-. 
— ^Ancestry of governor of Massachusetts. T. W. Draper. 

il. Mass. M. 2: 123-8. J109. 
Drinking horns. 
— in Copenhagen national musetim. E. A. Jones, il 

Burl. M. 15: 221-32. J109. 
Drygoods. 
— The United drygoods combination. J : Moody. Moody 

8: 89-93. Ag09. 
Ducks. 
— Duck shooting on inland waters. G. V. Schenck. il. 

Recreation 30: 125-6. S09. 
Dunham, Hermon N. 
— Principal Pembroke (N. H.) Academy. Portrait. Gran. 

Mo. 41:228. J109. 
Durand, E. Dana, 1871-. 
— Director of the U. S. Census, por. Van N. 5: 431. 

J109. 
Dynamite. 
— Manufacture of. R. Norton, il. Met. M. 30: 645- 

52. S09. 
Earrings. 
— Collecting antique earrings. Mrs. H. Bennett, il. 

Connoisseur 25: 20-4. S09. 
Earth. 
— Water circvdation, and its control. B. Willis, il. 

Conservation 15: 262-74. My09, and following 

issues. 
Eccleston, Rev. Sr, 1801-51. 
— Fifth Archibishop of Baltimore. Portrait. Am. Cath 

His. S. 20: 85. Mr09. 
Edinburgh. 
— the picturesque. Norma B. Carson, il. Bk. News 

27: 921-9. Ag09. 



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Education. 

— Attitude of Mormon church toward. J. His. 2: 259- 

66. J109. 
— United States. Adequate returns not obtained for 

sums expended. M. D. Brattan. Van N. 5: 655-9. 

S09. 
— Value of college education to business and professional 

men. W:W. Loomis. Americana 4: 523-30. Ag09. 
Edward III, King of England, 1312-77. 
— Costimies during his reign, 1327-77. D. C. Calthrop. 

il. Connoisseur 24: 226-9. Ag09. 
Edward VI, King of England, 1537-53. 
—Portrait. Bvu-1. M. 15: 155. Je09. 
Edward VII, King of England, 1S41-. 
— An Englishman's study of. pors. il. Met. M. 30: 

557-68. Ag09. 
Eglinton, Countess of, Susanna (Kennedy). 1689-1780. 
— Portrait by Sir J. Reynolds. Connoisseur 24: 137. 

J109. 
Electricity. 
—Fog dispelled by. C. Bembridge. il. Tech. W. 12: 

55-60. S09. 
—Life prolonged by. il. Tech. W. 12: 47-51. S09. 
Elephants. 
— Hvmting, in East Africa. W. S. Rainsford. il. W. 

Work (Lond.) 14: 261-72. Ag09. 
Elevators. 
— Residence elevator, Automatic. G: H. Malcolm, il. 

Arch. & B. M. 41: 451-5. Ag09. 
Elk. 
— Hunting, in Oregon. J. E. Sawyers, il. Recreation 

30: 116-7, 132. S09. 
Ellis, Mrs. Havelock. 

— Author. Portrait. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 154. J109. 
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-82. 
—Portrait. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 217. Ag09. 
Fagan, James O. 

— Signalman, author, por. Hampton 23: 409-10. S09. 
Fans. 
, — Mrs. Beauclerk's collection. Baroness von Keudell. 

il. Connoisseur 24: 213-19. Ag09. 
Family. 
— Need of science in American family rule. Florence H. 

Winterbum. Americana 4: 403-14. J109. 
Fanning. 
— Instruction of children, in secondary agricultural high 

schools. F. G. Moorhead. il. Tech. W. 11: 612- 

18. Ag09. 
— Scientific fertilizing. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 408-20. 

S09. 
— Twenty acres yield a good living near Cleveland. H. C 

Winter. Sub. L. 9: 73. Ag09. 
Feathers. 
— Beautiful feathers from poiUtry. E. H. Morris, il. 

Sub. L. 9: 63-4. Ag09. 
Fields, James T., 1817-81. 
—Portrait. Met. M. 30: 672. S09 
Fife, Duke of. Alexander W: O: Duff, 1849-. 
—Portrait. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 361. S09. 
Fireplaces. 
— that will not smoke. A. C. Clausen. il. Sub. L. 9: 

130, 153. S09. 
Fireproof construction. 
— Economy of fireproofing our homes. G: E. Walsh. 

Moody 8: 49-53. J109. 
—Value of. F. W. Fitzpatrick. il. Tech. W. 11: 534- 

41. J109. 
Fishing. 
— Bass, Black, Its history, and how to catch. J. A. 

Henshall. il. Recreation 30: 51-3. Ag09. 
— Bass fishing in the fall. S: G. Camp. il. Recreation 

30: 114-5. S09. 
— Dry fly fishing. G. M. L. LaBranche. il. Recreation 

30: 15-16. J109. 
— Mascalonge fishing in middle West. C: F: Holder, il. 

Recreation 30: 118-9. S09. 
— Salmon fishing on the Margaree river, Cape Breton. 

T. G. Strong, il. Recreation 30: 23-6. J109. 
— Tackle for bait-casting. S: G.Camp, il. Recreation 

30: 37-40. J109. 



Fitsroy, James, Duke of Monmouth, 1649-85. 
—Portrait. Windsor 30: 168. J109. 
Flies. 

— Home flies and the disease they carry. R. Franklin. 

il. Tech. W. II: 461-8. J109. 
Flint implements. 
— Wisconsin chipped flint perforators. G: A. West. il. 

Wis. Arch. 8: 36-64. Ap-J109. 
Florida. 
— Everglades, Reclamation of, and "Les Landes" of 

France. J: Gifford. il. Conservation 15: 453-62. 

Ag09. 
Fog. 
— Dispelling fog by electricity. C. Bembridge. Tech. W. 

12: 55-60. S09. 
— Dispelling fog by Hertzian waves, il. Tech. W. 11: 

520-3. J109. 
Forestry. 
— England. Competition in woodland plantations, Royal 

Agriculttiral Society, Report. Q. J. For. 3: 275-90. 

J109. 
— England. Forestry instruction at Univ. of Cambridge. 

Q. J. For. 3: 259-63. J109. 
— Ranger courses of instruction. J. E. Rothery. For. Q. 

7: 147-50. Je09. 
— Schools of forestry. Nebraska forest school. Practical 

forest work for advanced students. Conservation 

15: 402-4. J109. 
— United States. Forest planting in Idaho. C. G. 

Smith. For. Q. 7: 135-8. Je09. 
— United States. Forest planting in National forests, be- 
tween Colorado and California. J. M. Fetherolf. 

For. Q. 7: 127-35. Te09. 
— United States. State forest policy. H. H. Chapman. 

il. Conservation 15: 472-81. Ag09. 
Forests. 
— Conservation of. What it means. R. S. Kellogg. 

Conservation 15: 283-6. My09. 
— England. Taxation of woodlands. G: Green. Q. J. 

For. 3: 264-73. J109. 
— Influence of taxation on forest distribution. E. M. 

Hoover, il. Conservation 15: 469-70. Ag09. 
— Rivers' flow influenced by forests. G: F.Swain. Con- 
servation 15: 489-94. Ag09, and following issue. 
— United States. State forests in the South, Practica- 
bility of. W. W. Ashe. il. Conservation 15: 275- 

82. My09. 
Oarages. See Automobile garages. 
Gardens. 
—City gardens. C. M. Price, il. House & G. 16: 16-19. 

J109. 
— Garden embellishments. Lillian Harrod. il. House & 

G. 16: 21-3. J109. 
— Hardy garden for $100. plan. list. House & G. 16: 

101-2 S09 
— Hardy perennials for busy man's garden. Mrs. M. A. 

Nichols, il. House & G. 16: 84-5. S09. 
— ^Japanese garden of Carz Anderson, Brookline, Mass. 

Isabel Anderson, il. Hotise & G. 16: 90-91. S09. 
— Water gardens under glass. S. L. Bastin. il. House 

&G. 16: 47-50. Ag09. 
Gas. 
— Temporary and localized heating by gas. Arch. & 

B. M. 41 : 377-8. Je09, and following issues. 
Gaynor, W: J. 
— ^Justice of New York Appellate Court, por. Van N. 5: 

553. Ag09. 
Geneva, Switzerland, 
—and John Calvin, 1509-1909. J. C. Thome, il. 

Gran. Mo. 41: 219-24. J109. 
Geraniums. 
— How to propagate. W. R. Gilbert. il. House & G. 

16: 103. S09. 
Germain, Thomas. 

—and his wife. Portrait. Burl. M. 15: 142. Je09 
Germany. 
— Naval policy of, and its meaning. Violet Crole. Af. 

Mo. 6: 17-21. Je09. 
Grant, Maj.-Gen. F: Dent, 1850-. 
-Portrait. Met. M. 30: 479. Ag09. 



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Oreat Britiui. 

— Chesapeake Bay action between American and Bntish 

barges. 1782. Md. His. M. 4: 115-33. Je09. 
— Inland navigation of. W. R. Baldwin- Wiseman, il. 

map. Windsor 30: 343-52. Ag09. 
— Invasions of, from time of the Romans. C: Russell. 

il. Windsor 30: 157-76. J109. 
— Relation to colonies. Need of closer relations. A. 

Stead. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 248-56. Ag09. 
Greenland. 
— "Danmark" expedition to explore Greenland. A. 

Gradenwitz. U. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 273-9. 

AgOQ. 
Orey, Earl Albert H: G:, 1851- 
— Governor general of Canada, por. Van N. 5: 435-6. 

J109. 
Grey, Sir E:, 1862-. 
— British minister of foreign affairs, por. Van N. 5: 

669. S09. 
Grouchy, Marquis Emmanuel de, 1766-1847. 
—Portrait. Windsor 30: 173. J109. 
Guild, Curtis, Jr. 

— Ex-Governor of Massachusetts. Portrait. Conserva- 
tion 15: 250. My09. 
Gunckel, J: E. 

— of Toledo, por. Hampton 23: 266-7. Ag09. 
Guns. 

— Shotguns. Twenty-gauge. C: Askins. il. Recrea- 
tion 30: 123-4. S09. 
Gunsauhu, Frank Wakely, 1856-. 
— President Armour Institute, Chicago, por. Hampton 

23: 121-2. JI09. 
Hall, Dr. Granville Stanley, 1846-. 
— President Clark University, Worcester, Mass. por. 

Hampton 23: 410. S09 
HaU^, C: E., 1846-. 
— Painter-author. Notes from a painter's life (review). 

C. Kemahan. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 183-4. J109. 
Halleck, Fits-Greene, 1790-1867. 
—Portrait. Met. M. 30: 498. Ag09. 
Hamilton, Lady. 
— as Daphne. Portrait by Romney. Bk. News 27: 903. 

Ag09. 
Hand, Gen. E: 

— Correspondence of, 1779-81. Pa. M. 33: 353-60 J109. 
Hannay, Rev. James A. (pseud. G: A. Birmingham). 
— Portrait. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 245. S09. 
Harriman, Mrs. Borden. 

—Portrait by J: W. Alexander. Met. M. 30: 359. J109. 
Harriman, E: Henry, 1848-1909. 
— and the development of Western United States. 

pors. I.Russell, il. Pearson (N. Y.) 22:335-44. 

§09. 
Holland, Rtish L. 
— Grand exalted ruler of the Elks. Portrait. Sunset 23: 

18. J109. 
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-94. 
— Sketch, pors. W. Jerrold, S. Paget, il. Bkman. (Lond.) 

36: 209-18. Ag09. 
— His place in American letters, por. Annie R. Marble. 

il. Bk. News 27: 907-9. Ag09. 
— Reminiscences, por. J. G. Wilson, il. Bk. News 27: 

903-6. Ag09. 
Hook-worm. 
— "Laziness" caused by, in southern laborers. W. P. 

McGuire. il. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 313-22. S09. 
Horse shows. 
— In purpose and practice, il. Windsor 30: 55-63 

Je09. 
Horsemanship. 

—How to ride horseback. M. O'M. Knott, il. Recrea- 
tion 30: 74-5, 91. Ag09, and following issues. 
Horses. 
— Great Britain, Annual horse fair, Brough Hill W C 

Platts. il. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 188-93. T109 
Hotels. 
—Seattle, Wash. Hotel Perry, il. plan. W. Arch. 14: 



Houses. 

— Brick dwelling houses, il. plans. Brickb. 18: Ag09. 

— Brick. Modem methods of getting architectural effects. 
C. W. Lansing, il. Sub. L. 9: 115-6, 136. S09. 

— Colonial. Design for brick house to cost $6,400. il. 
plan. House & G. 16: 100-1. S09. 

— Concrete. Residence of H. Laughlin, Los Angeles, 
il. plan. W. Arch. 14: 17. Ag09. 

— Designing to make the most of chosen site. J. Stuy- 
vesant. il. House & G. 16: 75-7. 809. 

— New York City. Private residences, il. plans. Arch. & 
B. M. 41: 463-74. Ag09. 

— New York City. Residence of Maurice Schinasi. il. 
Arch. & B. M. 41: 441-50. Ag09. 

— of terra cotta hollow tiles. Prize competition designs, 
il. plan. Brickb. 18: 126. Je09. 

Houses, Coimtry. 

— Planning a modest house, $5,275. C. E. White, Jr. 
il. plan. Sub. L. 9: 75. Ag09. 

Houses, Historic. 

— Bristol, R. I. "Hey Bonnie Hall." Ann Oldfield. il. 
House & G. 16: 3-7. J109. 

— Litchfield, Conn., Historic homes of. Jeanie G. Lin- 
coln, il. House & G. 16: 55-6. AgOQ. 

— Virginia. Tuckahoe house. T. D. Pendleton, il. Ameri- 
cana. 4: 519-22. AgOQ. 

— Weston, Mass. The Rand house. Mrs. C. R. Hill. il. 
Mass. M. 2: 165-7. JIOQ. 

Houses, Seashore. 

— Phillips Beach, Mass. "Weldacre." Mary H. Northend. 
il. House & G. 16: 39-42. Ag09. 

Howe, Jiilia Ward, 1819-. 

— Ninety years old. por. Van N. 5: 430-1. J109. 

Howells, W: Dean, 1837-. 

— Portrait in 1866. Met M. 30: 673. S09. 

Hubley, Col. Adam, Jr. 

—Journal, 1779- (text). Pa. M. 33: 129-46. Ag09, and 
following issues. 

Hudson-Fulton celebration. 

— Kindergarten suggestions for. Jenny B. Merrill. Kind. 
M. 22: 10-12. S09. 

Hume, Mrs. J: B. 

— President State federation of Women's Clubs, of Cali- 
fornia. Portrait. Sunset 23: 22. J109. 

Hungary. 

— Hungarian gentleman farmers. Baroness Orczy. il. 
Windsor 30: 274-8. Ag09. 

Hunting. 

— Elk hunting in Oregon. J. E Sawyers, il. Recrea- 
tion 30: 116-7, 132. S09. 

— Hippopotamus himting in wilds of Africa. R: Tiader. 
fl. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 133-7. J109. 

— Lion and elephant hunting, British East Africa. W. S. 
Rainsford. il. map. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 152- 
65. J109, and following issues. 

Hyatt, Stanley PortaL 

— Author. Portrait. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 278. 809. 

Ice. 

— Ice caves, Crook Coimty, Ore. Don. Steffa. il. Tech. 
W. 12: 84-7. S09. 

Idaho. 

— Coeur d'Alene Indian reservation opened to home- 
steaders. Conservation 15: 464-7. AgOQ. 

Illinois state historical society. 

—Annual meeting, May 13-14, 1909. 111. His. J. 2: 13- 
18. J109. 

Immigration. 

— United States. Truth about immigrants. R. Watch- 
om. il. Met. M. 30: 403-11. JIOQ. 

India. 

— Problem of government. C. V. White, il. Bibliophile 
3: 2QQ-30g. AgOQ. 

Indiana. 

— Beginnings of Protestant churches in. C. B. Coleman, 
fnd. M. 5: 57-71. Je09. 

— Early settlers from No. Carolina. A. Rogers. Ind. M. 
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Indians, American. 

— The Indians of the Northwest. Agnes D. Cameron. 

il. Pac. Mo. 22: 109-26. Ag09. 
— Iowa. Statue Oskaloosa of Mahaska, chief of the 

loways. 1784-1834. il. Ann. la. 9: 146-50. T109. 
— Missouri. Injustice to Sacs and Foxes. Mo. His. R. 

3: 251-9. J109. 
— Missouri's abioriginal inhabitants. Mo. His. R. 3: 

275-92. J109. 
— Wisconsin. The chipped flint perforators. G: A. West. 

il. Wis. Arch. 8: 36-64. Ap-J109. 
Inglis, J. G. 
— General manager Great Western railway, England. 

Portrait. W. Work (Lond ) 14: 362. S09. 
Insurance, Accident. 
—Popularity of. R. Belfort. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 

166-9. T109. 
Insurance, Fire. 
— English ^companies' progress. R. Belfort. W. Work 

(Lond.) 14: 280-3. Ag09. 
— The moral hazard. C Crow. il. Van N. 5: 628-31. 

S09. 
International law. 
— and Law of nattu-e, in United States. J. S. Reeves. 

Am. J. Int. L. 3: 547-61. J109. 
— Relations between international arbitration tribunals, 

and jurisdiction of national courts. Elihu Root. 

Am. J. Int. L. 3: 529-36. J109. 
Investments. 
— Irrigation securities. Selection of. R. H. Hess. Moody 

8: 54-7. J109. 
Iowa. 
— County boundaries. Definition and alteration of. 

F. H. Garver. la. J. 7: 404-43. J109. 
— Missouri-Iowa boundary line. Mo. His. R. 3: 259-73. 

J109 
— Slcunk river war, and Gov. Kirkwood, 1863. F. W. 

Eichelberger. Ann la. 9: 142-5. J109. 
— The upper Des Moines valley, 1848. il. Ann. la. 9: 94- 

104. J109. 
Iron. 
— Iron junk, and the profits of the junk handlers. C: 

Dillon. U. Tech. W 11:619-22. Ag09. 
— Iron ore. Production of. H: M. Hyde. il. Tech. W. 

11:524-33. J109. 
Irrie^ation. i 
— United States. Moiave desert, Cal. , irrigated from tmder- 

ground river. H. Dunton. il. Tech. W. 11: 542- 

8. J109. 
— United States, Northwestern. Irrigation in the "Inland 

empire." il. Conservation 15: 385-91. J109. 
— United States. Uncompahgre valley, Colo., irrigated 

from Gtmnison river. D. A. Willey. il. Van N. 5: 

411-16. T109. 
— Water circtilation and its control. B. Willis, il. Con- 
servation 15: 325-45. Je09. 
Key, Francis Scott, 1779-1843 
— as a churchman. L. C Wroth. Md. His. M 4: 154- 

70. Je09. 
Kindergarten. 
— Beautifying the. Jessie T. Ames. il. Kind. M. 22: 

25-8. S09. 
— ^Theory of. Place in general education. Kind. M 22: 

6-10. S09, and following issue. 
— Theory and practice. E. L. Earle. Kind. M. 22: 1-4. 

S09. 
Kitchener, Viscount, Horatio Herbert, 1850-. 
— ^Army organizer of Great Britain. Portrait. W. Work 

(Lond!) 14: 352. S09. 
— Commander-in-chief in India, por. Met. M. 30: 474-5. 

Ag09. 
Knitting. 

— Knitting implements of Cimiberland and Westmore- 
land, il. Connoisseiu- 25: 41-5. S09. 
Knox, S: 
— Publications of, five additional titles. B. C. Steiner. 

Md. His. M. 4: 276-9. S09. 
Korea. 
— ^Japanese rule in. Defense of. K. K. Kawakami. il. 

Pac. Mo. 22: 287-99. S09. 



Kosterlitzky, Col. Emilio. 

—Portrait. Sunset 23: 167. Ag09. 

Kruttschnitt, Julius. 

— Railroad director, por. Van N. 5: 555-6. Ag09. 

Labor. 

— Influence and moral significance of organized labor. 

C: S. Macfarland. Hom. R. 58: 185-91. S09. 
— United States, South. Eradicate the hook-worm and 

increase efficiency of laboring classes. W. P. McGuire. 

il. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 313-22. S09. 
La Follette, Robert Marion, 1855-. 
— United States Senator from Wisconsin, por. Van N. 

5: 517-20. Ag09. 
Land. 
— Reclamation of. The Everglades, Florida, and "Les 

Landes", France compared. J: Giflord. il. Conser- 
vation 15: 453-62. Ag09. 
Lauzim, Armand Louis de Gontaut, Due de, 1747-93. 
—Portrait. Windsrjr 30: 170. J109. 
Lavery, Mrs. J: {Nee Hasel Martyn). 
—of Chicago. Portrait. Met. M. 30: 621. S09. 
Law. 
— Administrative. The law of the constitution by A. V. 

Dicey (review). E. M. Parker. Am. Pol. Sci. 3: 

362-70. Ag09. 
Le Braz, Anatole. 

—Portrait. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 236. Ag09. 
Leffingwell, Ernest DeKoven. 
— Arctic explorer, por. Hampton 23: 405. S09. 
Leighton, Mrs. Marie Connor. 

—Author. Portrait. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 231. Ag09. 
L'Enfant, C: Pierre, 1754-1824. 
—Architect. W. Arch. 14: 14, 16. Ag09. 
Lenoir, Madame. 
— Portrait by J. S. Duplessis, formerly exhibited in 1769. 

Burl M. 15: 213. J109. 
Leopold n. King of the Belgians, 1835-. 
— His collection of old masters' pictures. W. Roberts. 

il. Connoissevu- 24: 203-10. Ag09. 
Lepine, Louis. 
— Paris' prefect of police. Portrait. W. Work (Lond.) 

14: 146. J109. 
Lever, Asbury F. 
— U. S. Representative from North Carolina. Portrait. 

Conservation 15: 259. My09. 
Levy, Daniel. 

— Portrait. Sunset 23: 170. Ag09. 
Libraries, Private. 
—Mr. G. A. Aitken's library. H. F. B. Wheeler, il. 

Bibliophile 3: 282-5. Ag09. 
—Library of Mr. W. B. Slater. H. F. B. Wheeler, il. 

Bibliophile 3: 228-37. J109. 
Library bmldings. 
—Red Bluff, Cal., free library, il. Sunset 23: 221. 

Ag09. 
— Seattle, Wash., public library, il. W. Arch. 14: 

J109. 
Mary I. Mary Tudor, 1516-58. 
—Portrait. Burl. M. 15: 158. .Je09. 
Maryland. 
— Colonial. Lord Baltimore's case. 1650-. Md. His. M. 

4: 171-81. Je09. 
— Colonial. Resistance to stamp act, 1765. Md. His. M. 

4: 134-9. Je09. 
— Colonial. Heamans' narrative of bloody design against 

Protestants, 1655. Md. His. M. 4: 140-53. Je09. 
— Province of. Lord Baltimore declaration to the Lords 

Commissioners (text). Md. His. M. 4: 266-72. 

S09. 
— Province of. Early history. B. C. Steiner. Md. His. M. 

4: 251-62. S09. 
— and Virginia provinces. Hammond vs. Heamans 

pamphlet (reprint). Md. His. M. 4: 236-51. S09. 
Masonic temples. 
— New York City, Brooklyn Masonic Temple, il. Arch. 

&B. M. 41: 435-40. Ag09.—H. Walker, il. plan. 

Brickb. 18: 148-50. J109. 
— St. Louis, Mo. Tuscan temple, il. plan. Brickb. 18: 

J109. 
— Washington, D. C. Masonic temple il. plan. Bnckb. 

18: 150-51. J109. 



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Itf ftSBftcros 

— Armenian massacres. Cause of The Moslem answer. 

J. Creelman. il. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 159-74. Ag09. 
Matilda, Empress, 1102-67. 
— Portrait. Windsor 30: 161. J109. 
Maxim, Hiram Percy. 
— Inventor of gun report silencer, pors. C. Carton, il. 

Tech. W. 1 1 : 490-5. J109. 
Mediums. See Spiritualism. 
Memory. 
—Training of, in art. M. Aldur. il. Burl. M. 15: 303-7. 

Ag09. 
Mere<&th, O:, 1828-1909. 
— Author, pors. Dr. James Moffatt. il. Bkman. (Lond.) 

36: 159-72. J109. 
— and Swinburne; the last of the Victorian poets. C. 

Weygandt. Bk. News 27: 839-43. J109. 
Merriman, J. 0. 
— Premier of Cape Colony. Portrait.. W. Work (Lond.) 

14: 258. Ag09. 
Merry del Val, Raphael, Cardinal, 1865-. 
—Portrait. Met. M. 30: 637. S09. 
Mesilla, La, N. M. 
— Sketch of the old village F. Meade, il. Americana 4 : 

514-8. Ag09. 
Metropolitan tower. 
— New York city's highest building, il. Arch. & B. M. 

41:420-34. J109. 
Mexico. 
— Railroads of Mexico. E. H. Talbot, il. map. Moody 

8: 7-17. J109. 
Motor boating. 
— United States. Cruising on inland waterways. W. P. 

Stephens, il. Recreation 30: 20-2. J109. 
Motmds and mound builders. 
— Illinois. The Effigy mounds technically considered. 

J. F. Snyder, il. lU. His. J. 1: 31-40. Ja09. 
— Illinois. Great Cahokia mound to be sold. 111. His. J. 

2: 19-20. J109. 
— Illinois. Indian mounds technically considered. J. F. 

Snyder, il. 111. His. T. 2: 71-92. J109. 
^-Ohio. Slip mound, Exploration of. W: C. Mills, il. 

map. O. Arch. Q. 18: 269-321. J109. 
— United States. Suggestions of Mexico in. E. C. Smith. 

il. Wis. Arch. 8: 65-78. Ap-J109. 
Mt. Sir Sandford, B. G. 
— Trip to. H. Palmer, il. map. Appalachia 12: 16- 

30. J109. 
Mt. Whitney, Gal. 
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7: 105-18. Je09. 
Mountaineering. 
— CaUfomia. From Kern Canon to Giant forest. W. C. 

Morgan, il. Sierra 7: 99-104. Je09. 
— Canadian Rocky motmtains. Exploration of Lake 

Maligne. Mary T. S. Schaffer. il. Geog. Soc. Phila. 

7: 123-34. J109. 
— High mountain ascents. E. S. Balch. Appalachia 12: 

30-3. J109. 
Muhlenberg, Gen. J: Peter Gabriel, 1746-1807. 
— Orderly book of, 1777 (text). Pa. M. 33: 257-78. 

J109. 
Muir, J: and Burroughs, J: 
— Portraits (proup). Simset 23: 2. J109. 
Murphy, C: F. 
— of Tammany Hall. Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 9 

J109. ' 

Museums. 
— Labels for objects in museums. F: A. Lucas, il. Print. 

Art 13: 345-8. Ag09, and following issue. 
Mushrooms. 
— How to identify edible and poisonous. L. W. Brownell 

il. Sub. L. 9: 69-70, 86. Ag09. 
Music. 
— American national music vs. nationalism A. Farwell 

N. Music R. 8: 432-4. J109. 
— The function of the conductor of music. J. T. Tunison 

N. Music R. 8: 474-77. Ag09, and following issues. 
— Instrvunental, in kindergarten. A. S. Earle. Kind M 

22: 14-6. S09. 



Music 

— Russia. Future of Russian music. N. Music R. 8: 

469-72. Ag09. 
Nadeau, I. A. 
— Director-General of Alaska- Yukon-Pacific Exposition. 

Portrait. Sunset 23: 25. J109. 
Names. 
— Place names and their help in history study. J. M 

Lanos. Queens Q. 17: 44-57. J1-S09. 
Napoleon I, 1769-1821. 
— Love affairs of Napoleon. J. Turquan (review), il. 

Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 225-6. Ag09. 
Nash, R:, 1674-1762. 
— Portrait. Connoisseur 24: 220. Ag09. 
Natal, Africa. 
— Shark-fishing at Isezela. C. Manning. Af. Mo. 6: 

281-3. Ag09. 
Naval affairs. 
— London naval conference, Feb. 26, 1909 (text). Am. 

J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 179-220. J109. 
Naval Gonference. 
— International, London, 1908-09. C. H. Stockton. 

Am. J. Int. L. 3: 596-618. J109. 
Negroes in United States. 
— The negro in politics. H. Dickson, il. Hampton 23: 

225-36. Ag09. 
— Race question from Scriptural side. J. Strong. Horn. 

R. 58: 123-9. Ag09. 
Nerves. 
— The nervousness of our times. Hugo Miinsterberg. 

Met. M. 30: 509-15. Ag09 
Netherlands. 
— Brazil treaty on Brazil-Surinam boundary. My 5, 1906 

(text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 233-4. J109. 
— Venezuela portocol, April 19, 1909 (text). Am. J. Int. 

L. Supp. 3: 231-3. J109. 
New Mexico. 
— and Arizona, Statehood for. J: L. Cowan, il. Pac. 

Mo. 22: 215-32. S09. 
New Providence (N. J.) Academy. 
—History of. N. J. His. S. 6: 57-73. J109. 
Newton, J:, 1725-1807. 
— Portrait. Hom. R. 58: 86. Ag09. 
— Newton and his hymns. W: H. Bates. Hom. R. 58: 

179-85. S09. 
New York Gity. 

— Facts and figures about. James Creelman. il. Pear- 
son (N. Y.) 22: 3-25. J109. 
— Government. Work of Bureau of municipal research. 

C. F. Carter, il. Tech. W. 11: 585-93. Ag09. 
— The Metropolitan tower, il. Arch. & B. M. 41: 420- 

34. J109. 
— The Police imder Commissioner Bingham. T. A. Bing- 
ham. Van N. 5: 591-6. S09, and following issue. 
— Policing New York. Gen. T. A. Bingham, il. Hamp- 
ton 23: 289-300. S09. 
Niagara river. 
—Ice jam, April 1909. O. E. Dunlap. il. Tech. W. 11: 

553-6. J109. 
Oil. 
— Persian oil fields. P. Landon. il. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 

390-400. S09. 
Omaha, Neb. 
— Growth and business of. W. A. Campbell, il. Van N. 

5: 387-95. J109. 
Onions, Oliver. 

— Author, por. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 207-8. Ag09. 
Opera. See Dramatic Index. 
Opium. 
— International opiiim commission. H. Wright. Am. J. 

Int. L. 3: 648-73. J109. 
— Treaties and documents concerning (text). Am. J. Int. 

L. Supp. 3: 253-76. J109 
Orchids. 
— Cultivation of . W G. Fitz-Gerald. il. Windsor 30: 194- 

204. J109. 
Oregon. 
— Warre and Vavasour expedition, 1845-6 (documents). 

Ore. His. Q. 10: 1-99. Mr9. 



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Outdoor life. 

— Entertaining out-of-doors. Louise Bland, il. Sub. L. 

9: 13. J109. 
Oxford university. 
— Changes needed in educational system. Sci. Pro. 4: 

1-15. J109. 
Pablo, Michael. 
— His Montana ranch, and buffaloes, por. E. H. Baynes. 

il. Recreation 30: 3-7. J109. 

PftCifiC Oft A ATI 

—Flora of. W. A. Tenney. il. Pac. Mo. 22: 74-9. 

J109. 
Page, Walter H. 
—Editor World's Work, N. Y. Portrait. W. Work 

(Lond.) 14: 150. J109. 
Faulting. 
—Portuguese, Early. H. Cook. il. Biirl. M. 15: 232-7. 

J109. 
Palmerston, H: J: Temple, Lord, 1784-1865. 
—Portrait. Met. M. 30: 665 S09. 
Pan-American scientific congress. 
— First congress, Jan. 1909 Conclusion on International 

law (text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 252. J109. 
Pantomime. See Dramatic Index. 
Parsons, W: 1701-. 
— Founder of Easton, Pa. J: W. Jordon. Pa. M. 33: 340- 

6. J109. 
Pasadena, Cal. 
— The Busch gardens. A. A. Pearson, il. House & G. 16: 

58-60. Ag09. 
Peace congress. 
— Chicago national peace congress. Am. J. Int. L. 3: 

678-83. J109. 
Pemberton, Max, 1863-. 
—White walls (novel), il. Windsor 30: 71-85. Je09, and 

following issues. 
Penn, W:, 1644-1708. 

— Letters of (text). Pa. M. 33: 303-18. J109, and follow- 
ing issues. 
Pennsylvania. 
— Selections from letter-books of T: Wharton, merchant 

of Philadelphia, 1773-83 (text). Pa. M. 33: 319-39. 

J109, and following issues. 
Peonies. 
— How to grow good peonies. H. Hodgman. il. House & 

G. 16: 77-9. 809. 
Peru. 
— Crescentic dunes of Peru. A. E. Douglass, il. Appa- 

lachia 12: 34-45. J109. 
Perugini, C. E. 
—Artist, por. A. Chester, il. Windsor 30: 247-62. 

Ag09. 
Philip n. King of Spain, 1527-98. 
— Portrait. Windsor 30: 164. J109. 
Phosphate. 
— Mining phosphate in Florida. M. E. Brown, il. 

Tech. W. 11: 671-3. Ag09. 
Photography. 
— Bas-reliefs made by aid of camera. J. B. Van Brussel. 

il. Tech. W. 12: 94-8. S09. 
— Development and marvels of. A. W. Dimock. il. Van 

N. 5: 489-96. Ag09. 
— Reflex cameras. Photo-M. 9: 99-144. Mr09 (ho. 99). 
— Stereoscopic photography, il. Photo-M. 9: 51-87. 

F09 (no. 98). 
Potter, Rear Admiral, W: P. 
— -Chiet of navigation, U. S. Navy. por. Van N. 5: 433-4. 

J109. 
Pottery. 
— Damascus ware, Origin of. F. R. Martin. Btirl. M. 15: 

269-70. Ag09. 
— Newcastle-under-Ljrme, Pottery found at. G. Good- 
win, il. Connoisseur 24: 172-4. J109. 
— Oriental. Pottery of the Hither Orient in Metropolitan 

Museum, N. Y. City. G. C. Pier. il. Burl. M. 15: 

263-4. J109. 
— Pratt ware. G. W. Rhead. il. Connoissetir 25: 35- 

40. S09. 
— Stissex pottery. Mrs. Hemming, il. Connoisseur 24: 

243-7. Ag09. 



Pound, Ezra. 

— Author. Portrait. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 154. J109. 

Power, P: D. 

— Pastor Vermont Ave. Christian Church, Washington, 

D. C. Portrait. Horn. R. 58: 173. S09. 
Pragmatism. 
— as guide in elementary education. Sch. Ed. 29: 6-12. 

S09. 
Pratt, C. 0. 
— Strike maker, por. M. L. Strieby. Van N. 5: 514- 

16. Ag09. r:RusseU. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 269-73. 

Ag09. 
Preparatory schools. 
— American, Famous. R. D. Paine, il. Met. M. 30: 

527-40. Ag09. 
Presbyterian churches. 
— Conewago (N. C.) Presbjrterian church J. Weidman. 

Pres. His. S. 5: 119-26. S09. 
Presbjrterianism. 
— Baltimore, Md., Incorporation of Presbyterian Church 

in. Md. His. M. 4: 228-35. S09. 
Primaries. 
— New York direct primaries bill of 1909. A. Ludington. 

Am. Pol. Sci. 3: 371-81. Ag09. 
Printing. 

— Early books: The Annmary Brown Memorial at Provi- 
dence. R. I. H. L. Koopman. Print. Art 13: 341-4. 

Ag09. 
— Fundamental principals of. E. O. Grover. Print. Art 

14: 18-23. S09. 
— Programme title-pages, il. Print. Art 13: 825-300. 

J109. 
Prisons. 
— Turkish prisons and prisoners. F. J. Koch. il. House & 

G 16: 51-4. Ag09. 
— United States. Prisons and their treatment of prisoners. 

C:E: Russell, il. Hampton 23: 312-23. S09. 
Prohibition. 
— Prohibition, the obstacle to real reform. Rev. W: A. 

Wasson. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 143-53. Ag09. 
Provincetown, Mass. 
— Birthplace of American liberty. H: Waterman, il. 

Americana 4: 498-502. Ag09. 
Pulitzer, Joseph, 1847-. 

— Joiimalist. Portrait. Van N. 5: 504. Ag09. 
Quail. 
— Meams quail, a new game bird. L D. Fricks. il. 

Recreation 30: 128-9. S09. 
Quilter, Sir Cuthbert, 1841-. 
— His London collection of pictures. W. Roberts, il. 

Connoisseur 24: 165-71. J109. 
Quinby, Miss Marie Antoinette, -1909. 
— President Woman's branch N. J. Historical Society. 

Mrs. T. J. Craven. N. J. His. S. 6: 74-8. J109. 
Railroad accidents. 
— Publicity stops accidents. S: O. Dunn. il. Tech. W. 

11:509-19. J109. 
Railroad management. 
— Opportimities for employees' advancement. S: 0. 

Dunn. il. Tech W. 11: 601-5. Ag09. 
Railroad stations. 
— New York city. Liberty St. terminal. Central R. R. of 

N. J. il. plan. Arch. & B. M. 41: 407-12. J109. 
— Scranton. Delaware, Lackawanna and Western R. R. 

il. Arch. & B. M 41: 457-62. Ag09. 
Railroads. 

— Austria. The Tanem railway of the Tyrol. A. Hamil- 
ton, il. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 430-7. S09. 
—Mexico. E.H.Talbot, il. Moody 8: 7-17. J109. 
— Russian system of railways. C. F. Beach and H. Seg- 

nitz. Moody 8: 105-12. Ag09. 
— United States. Chicago, Milwaukee and Puget Sound 
Ry. F: A. Talbot, il. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 307- 
15. Ag09. 
— United States. The North Coast Railway, Washing- 
ton. W. T. Prosser. il. Tech. W. 11: 483-9. 
J109. 
— United States. The Northern Pacific Ry. Early his- 
tory, il. N. Dak. M. 3: 10-14. Je09. 



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Rockefeller, W: Q. 

—Portrait. Moody 8: 98. Ag09. 

Rocky mountains. 

— Canadian. Mountaineering in. il. W. Work (Lond.) 

14: 214-9. T109. 
Roffera, H: Huddleston, 1840-1909. 
—Sketch, por. Met. M. 30: 349-50. J109. 
Roarers, H: Huddleston, Jr., 1879-. 
—Portrait. Moody 8: 97. Ag09. 
Rogers, Israel L., 1818-. 
— First presiding Bishop of Reorganized Mormon church. 

H. H. Smith. J. His. 2: 319-29. J109. 
Roman Gatholic church in the United States. 
— Letters of Rev. R: Luke Concanen, first Bishop of New 

York, 1800-08. Am. Cath. Res. 5: 241-9. 1109. 
— Missions. Philadelphia. The Congregation of the Mis, 

sion. M. A. Drennan. Am. Cath. His. S. 20: 4-21. 

Mr09. 
Roofs. 
— Thatched roof effects with shingles. H. T. Lindeberg 

il. Brickb. 18: 133-40. J109. 
Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-. 

— as a dynamic geographer. F. B. Vrooman. Conser- 
vation 15: 483-8. Ag09, and following issues. 
Rotch, Abbott Lawrence, 1861- 
— Portrait. Tech. W. 12: 7. S09. 
Rouzel, Rev. Oustave A., 1840-1908. 
— Auxiliary bishop of New Orleans. Portrait. Am. Cath. 

His. S. 20: 87. Mr09. 
Rubens, Peter Paul, 1577-1640. 
— Portrait of Frans Francken by, lately in King of the 

Belgian's collection. Burl. M. 15: 242. J109. 
Ryan, Clendenning J. 
— Portrait. Moody 8: 100. Ag09. 
Sage hens. 
— When they are worth shooting. E. L. Sabin il. 

Recreation 30: 62-4. Ag09. 
St. Paul, Minn. 
— Civil architectural plans for. il. W. Arch. 14: 13-14. 

Ag09. 
Sex. 
— Determinatian of, Recent work on. L. Doncaster. 

Sci. Pro. 4: 90-104. J109. 
Shackleton, Lieut. Ernest H. 
— Antarctic explorer. Portrait. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 

149. J109. 
Shakespeare, Wr, 1564-1616. 
— The Janssen or Somerset portrait of. 9 pors. M. H. 

Spielmann. Connoissetu- 24: 230-37. Ag09, and 

following issue. 
Sharks. 
— Shark-fishing at Isezela, Natal. C. Manning. Af. Mo. 

6: 281-3. Ag09. 
Shipping. 
— Freight shipments through the Great Lakes. L. G. 

Shaw. if. Tech. W. 11:626-36. Ag09. 
Shrubs. 
— Berry bearing. Marie Von T. Price. House & G. 16: 

28-9. J109, and following issues. 
— List of trees and shrubs for fall planting. P. T. 

Barnes. Sub. L. 9: 132-3. S09. 
Signalling. 
— by wig-wagging and semaphore, explained. A. R. 

Bond. il. Sub. L. 9: 80-1. Ag09. 
Silver and plated ware. 
— America. Some old church plate. Miriam Cruik- 

shank. il. Americana 4: 398-402. J109. 
— Drinking horns and silver plate in Copenhagen national 

museimi. E.] A. Jones, il. Burl. M. 15: 221-32. 

J109. 
Singmg. 

— Chorus singing. The Caecilia foreningen of Copen- 
hagen. N. Music R. 8: 521-3. S09. 
— Mechanical tone precision vs. instinctive vocal guidance, 
a , P- 9/ Taylor. N. Music R. 8: 477-80. Ag09. 
Spintualism. ^ 

— Eusapla Paladina, medium, por. C. Lombroso. il. 

Hampton 23: 85-96. T109. 
Springy. 
— Medicinal, of California, il. Sunset 23: 97-101. J109. 



Squirrels. 

— -Himting gray squirrels. E: Cave. il. Recreation 30: 

109-11. S09. 
Steamboats. 

— First steamboat. The Fitch-Fulton controversy. Mar- 
garet Cowperthwait. il. Met. M. 30: 721-6. S09. 
— First steamboat. Fulton's fame. J. L. Davis, il. Van 

N. 5: 643-7. S09. 
Steen, Jan. 
— Notes on chronology of his paintings. Burl. M. 15: 

243-4. J109. 
Stewart, Miss Anita. 
—Portrait. Met. M. 30: 627. S09. 
Stereophotography. 
— Stereoscopic photography, il. Photo-M. 9: 51-87. 

F09 (no. 98). 
Stanhope, Philip Dormer, 4th Earl of Chesterfield, 

1694-1773. 
— Portrait. Bkman (Lond.) 36: 257. S09. 
Standard Oil Go. 
— Why the $29,000,000 verdict was reversed. M. D. 

Post. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 71-8. J109. 
Stanley, N. D. 

— Mountrail county seat. il. N. Dak. M. 3: 63-5. Je09. 
Stillman, W: Olin. 

— President American Humane association, por. Hamp- 
ton 23: 263-4. Ag09. 
Stilts. 
— Stilt walkers of "Les Landes", France. F. Morris, il. 

Tech W. 11: 575-6. J109. 
Stocks. 

— Arbitrage. C. T. Collver. Moody 8: 101-4. Ag09. 
Strahom, Robert E. 
— President North Coast Railway. Portrait. Tech. W. 

11: 483. J109. 
Strauss, Oscar Solomon, 1850-. 
— United States Ambassador to Ttu-key. por. Van N. 

5: 431-2. J109. 
Strawberries. 
— How to make a strawberry bed. N. S. Stowell. il. 

Sub. L. 9: 93. Ag09. 
Street railroads. 
— Outlook for street railway secmnties. F: W. Cobum. 

Moody 8: 137-42. Ag09. 
Stuart, James Francis, "The old pretender," 1688-1766. 

Portrait. Windsor 30: 171. J109. 
Suez canal. 
— Widening the canal. A. Hamilton, il. W. Work 

(Lond.) 14: 170-5. J109. 
Sugar. 
— American sugar refining co. History of. J: Moody. 

il. Moody 8: 23-7. J109. 
Sumner, 0:, 1811-74. 

—Portrait by M. Wight. Met. M. 30: 505. Ag09. 
Sunday. 
— Sunday rest due the workingman. J. A. Crosby. Horn. 

R. 58: 233-6. S09. 
Swann-Mason, Rev. R. S. 

— Author, por. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 201. Ag09. 
Swimming. 

— as sport for women. Annette Kellerman. il. Recrea- 
tion 30: 59-61, 85. Ag09. 
Swinburne, Algernon Or, 1837-1909. 
— Caricature portrait by "Ape" 1874. Bk. News 27: 

938 Ag09. 
— Two evenings with, 1878, 1905. por. Alice L. Bird 

and E. Rhys. Bibliophile 3: 238-41. J109. 
— Laureate of the sea. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 172-5. J109. 
— and Meredith, the last of the Victorian poets. C. 

Weygandt. Bk. News 27: 839-43. J109. 
— The poetry of. por. J: F. Macdonald. Queens 0. 17: 

1-6. J1-S09. 
Switzerland. 
— Bernese Oberland, Climbs in, 1908. A. Burr. il. Appa- 

lachia 12: 1-15. J109. 
Synagogue architecture. 
— New Orleans, La. Touro synagogue, il. Brickb. 18: 

Ag09. 



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Tahoe lake, Oal. 

— Where sky and water meet. B: C. Truman, il. Stm- 

set 23: 77-9. J109. 
Taft, W: H., 1857-. 
— Portrait by Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. Met. M. 30: 353. 

T109. 
Tandy, James Napper, 1740-1803. 
—Portrait. Windsor 30: 174. J109. 
Tapestry. 

— Merton Abbey tapestries. Burl. M. 15: 137-8. Je09. 
Tariff. 
—United States. The new tariff bill and Pres. Taft. R: 

Sloss. Van N . 5 : 648-5 1 . S09 . 
Tarpon. 
— Fishing for tarpon. A. W. Dimock. il. Van N. 5: 

379-86. J109. 
Taxation. 

— of timbered mining land. R. B. Brinsmade. Conser- 
vation 15: 408-11. J109. 
Taylor, Mrs. Nelson. 

—Portrait by Emil Fuchs. Met. M. 30: 477. Ag09. 
Temples. 

— "Tempio della Tosse" near Tivoli. Brickb. 18: J109. 
Tennyson, Alfred, 1809-92. 
— a generation after, por. Edith Rickert. il. Bk. News 

27: 819-21. J109. 
— His love story, por. W. J. Price, il. Bk. News 27: 

823-5. J109. 
— and his time. por. H: S. Pancoast. il. Bk. News 27: 

813-7. J109. 
— Tennyson's women. Amalie K. Boguslawsky. il. 

Bk. News 27: 826-31. J109. 
Thackeray, W: Makepeace, 1811-63. 
—Portrait. Met. M. 30: 508. Ag09. 
Theatre. See Dramatic ^dez. 
Theosophy. 
— Point Loma, Cal., and its work. K. H. von Wiegand. 

il Sunset 23: 115-26. Ag09. 
Tilden, S: Jones, 1814-86. 
—Portrait. Met. M. 30: 500. Ag09 
Tiles. 
— Burnt clay, Use of, in architectiu^e. C: H. Hughes, il. 

Brickb. 18: 155-9. Ag09 
Titian. 
— The so-called portrait of G: Buchanan by. W: Car- 

ruthers. il. Scot. His. R. 6: 337-42. J109. 
Tone, Theobald Wolfe, 1763-98. 
—Portrait. Windsor 30: 172. J109. 
Torrence, J: Findlay. 

—Diary of, 1841. Ky. Reg. 7: My09, 59-65. 
Tourville, Comte de, 1642-1701. 
—Portrait. Windsor 30: 170. J109. 
Tramping trips. 
— Outfit for. L. D. Sherman, il. Recreation 30: 82-3. 

Ag09. 
Trees. 
— Annapolis, Md. Liberty tree and how it was saved by 

concrete filling, il. Sub L. 9: 117. S09. 
— Banyan, or wild fig tree at Key West, Fla. Mrs. R. A. 

Ellis, il. Conservation 15: 392-3. J109. 
— England. Vegetation of some disused quarries. S. Mar- 

gerison il. Q. J. For. 3: 248-53. J109. 
— Eucalyptus, Utility of. F. D. Cornell, il. Sunset 

23: 254-8. S09. 
— Evergreen seedlings, Plea for abolishing duty on. 

E. D. Curtis. For. Q. 7: 151-4. Je09. 
— Ftunigating trees in tents and boxes. P. T. Barnes, il. 

Sub. L. 9: 21-2. J109. 
— How tree buds open. J. Scott, il. Q. J. For. 3: 

223-7. J109. 



Lancashire local meeting of Royal arboricultvtral 
society, Pr 
223. J109. 



society, Preston. May, 1909. 



T 



J. For. 3: 193- 



— List of trees and shrubs for fall planting. P. T. Barnes 

Sub. L. 9: 132-3. S09. 
— Pine. The blister of the Weymouth pine. Q. J. For 

3: 232-6. J109. 
— Pine stumps utilized to make many products. L 

Sheldon, il. Tech. W. 11: 548-52. J109. 



Tripoli. 

— The United States squadron at Tripoli, 1804. W: S. 

Birge. Americana 4: 478-80. Ag09 
Trout. 
— Lake trout, Deep trolling for. W. T. Morrison, il. 

Recreation 30: 69-71. Ag09. 
Trumbull, Lyman, 1813-96. 
— Letters of, to Judge Doolittle, Civil war period. 111. 

His. J. 2: 43-50. J109. 
Trust company buildings. 
— New York. Knickerbocker trust co. building, il. plan. 

Arch. & B. M. 41: 347-54. Je09. 
Turner, Reginald. 

— Author. Portrait. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 155. J109. 
United States. 
— Canadian boundary. J. J. Maclaren. Queens Q. 17: 

23-7. J1-S09. 
— Central. Journal of Capt. Harry Gordon's journey 

down Ohio river, 1766. 111. His. J. 2: 55-64. J109. 
— Central. Journal of marches by First United States 

Dragoons, 1834-35. la. J. 7: 331-78. J109. 
— Civil war, Recollections. Col. David Palmer. Ann. la. 

9: 134-42. J109. 
— Colonial period. When the 26th regiment was at Perth 

Amboy, 1767. N. ]. His. S. 5: 164-6. J1-O08. 
— Colonial period. United Empire Loyalists, Rise of. 

Viscotmt de Fronsac. Americana 4: 429-42. J109 

and following issues. 
— Constitution, Amendments to, proposed in Iowa state 

legislattire 1846-1909. J. Van der Zee. la. J. 7: 

379-401. J109. 
— Declaration of Independence. How that document 

was saved from the British by Dolly Madison, 1814 

Helen Harcourt. il. Americana 4: 347-60. J109. 
— Increased control of State activities by federal courts. 

R. B. Scott. Am. Pol. Sci. 3: 347-61. Ag09. 
— Navy. Hitting power of. Robley D. Evans, il. 

Hampton 23: 55-63. J109. 
— Navy. A navy for the Pacific. G: C. Perkins, il. 

Sunset 23: 33-6. J109. 
— Northwest. A Hudson's Bay company hog. J. C. 

Wheeler. Americana 4: 469-77. Ag09. 
— Railroads. The New York Central and story of the 

Vanderbilt fortune. C: E: Russell, il. Hampton 

23: 64-73. J109. 
— Revolution. Burgojme's campaign. H. H. Robert- 
son. Americana 4: 421-8. J109. 
— Revolution. Correspondence of Gen. E. Hand, 1779- 

81. Pa. M. 33: 353-60. J109. 
— Revolution. Col. J: Fellows' regiment. F.A.Gardner. 

Mass. M. 2: 141-61. J109. 
— Revolution. The loss of the ship "Randolph," 1778. 

S. C. His. M. 10: 171-3. J109. 
— Revolution. Capt. J: Morton's Company of regulars. 

fourth Virginia, 1776, Pay roll of. Va. M. 17 : 305-8, 

J109. 
— Revolution. New Jersey chaplains in the army. F. R. 

Brace. N. J. His. S. 6: 1-11. Ja-Ap09. 
— Revolution. Orderly book of Gen. J. Peter Gabriel 

Muhlenberg, 1777 (text). " Pa. M. 33: 257-78. J109. 
— Revolution. Presbyterians and the Revolution. Pres. 

His. S. 5: 127-31. S09. 
— Revolution. Rise of the United Empire Loyalists. 

Viscount de Fronsac. Americana 4: 550-69. Ag09. 
— War of 1812. How Dolly Madison outwitted the 

British. Helen Harcourt. il. Americana 4: 347- 

60. J109. 
Uriu, Baron SotoMchi, and Madame Uriu. 
— Portraits (group). Stmset 23: 23. J109. 
Vanderbilt, Commodore Cornelius, 1794-1877. 
— Story of his fortune. C: E: Russell, il. Hampton 23: 

64-73. J109. 
Vanderbilt, W: Kissam, Jr., 1878-. 
—Portrait. Moody 8: 98. Ag09. 
Van Home, Sir W: 

—Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 367 S09. 
Vatican. 
— America and the Vatican. Diplomatic relations. S 

Cortesi. il. Met. M. 30: 635-44. S09. 



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Vaudeville. Sec Dramatic Index. 

Vegetables. 

— New varieties introduced lately into United States. 

Rene Bache. il. Tech. W. 11 : 469-75. J109. 
Venemela. 
— Netherlands-Venezuela protocol, April 19, 1909 (text). 

Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 231-3. J109. 
— United States-Venezuela agreement, Feb. 13, 1909 

(text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 224-30. J109. 
Victoria, Queen of England, 1819-1901. 
—Portrait. Met. M. 30: 661. S09. 
Victoria Falls, Africa. 
— How I crossed. Frieda Scott. Af. Mo. 6: 271-4. 

Ag09. 
— Sketching trip to, 1904. Elsa G. Green. Af. Mo. 6: 

176-83. J109. 
VIley family. 
— Genealogy. Martinette V. Witherspoon. il. Ky. Reg. 

18: My09, 107-18. 
Villiers, SUr J: H: de, 1842-. 
— Chief Justice, Cape of Good Hope. por. Af. Mo. 6: 

217-23. Ag09. 
Vincent, O: E. 

— Portrait. Hampton 23: 33. J109. 
Vincent, J: H. 
— Founder of Chautauqua, por. Elbert Hubbard, il. 

Hampton 23: 28-38. J109. 
Virginia. 
— and Maryland provinces. Hammond vs. Heamans 

pamphlet (reprint). Md. His. M. 4: 236-51. S09 
Wagner, Rr, 1813-85. 

— Richard to Minna Wagner, Letters to his first wife 
(review). E. Wright. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 226. 
Ag09. 
Walker, Isaac. 
— Principal Pembroke (N. H.) Academy, 1863-68, 1873- 

1904. Portrait. Gran. Mo. 41: 227. J109. 
Wall papers. 
— Helpful suggestions. Mabel T. Priestman. il. House & 

G. 16: 82-3. S09. 
Warbeck, Perkin, 1474-99. 
—Portrait. Windsor 30: 164. J109. 
Ward, James. 

— Artist. Mezzotints after. C. R. Grundy, il. Connois- 
seur 24: 177-82. J109. 
Ward, Mrs. J: (Miss Jean Reid). 
—Portrait by J: S. Sargent. Met. M. 30: 416. J109. 
Ward, Joseph O. 
— Premier of New Zealand. Portrait. W. Work (Lond.) 

14: 257. Ag09. 
Waring, S. J. 

—Portrait. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 363. S09. 
Washington, O:, 1732-99. 
—Equestrian statue by D. C. French. Van N. 5: 350. 

J109. 
Washington, D. 0. 
— Public buildings. Construction of. Early designs. J. 

H. B. Latrobe. Md. His. M. 4: 221-8. S09. 
Water. 

— Circulation of. and its control. B. Willis, il. Conser- 
vation 15: 262-74. My09, and following issue. 
Water power. 
— Scotch project to produce 35,000 horse power. S. 

Norton, il. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 220-3. 1109. 
— Tide-water device. Tech. W. 11: 577-8. J109 
— United States. Corporations get control of. J: L 

Mathews, il. Hampton 23: 201-14. Ag09. 
—United States. Monopoly of by trusts. J: L. Mathews. 

il. Hampton 23: 1-14. J109. 
— United States. Use of water power on Pacific slope 

C. M. Jones, il. Pac. Mo. 22: 1-18. 1109. 
Water supply. 
—^o"" country homes. H. H. Henry, il. Sub. L. 9: 

Weeks, J: W. 

U. S. Representative from Massachusetts. Portrait 
Conservation 15: 257. My09. 
Wellman, Walter, 1858-. 
— Portrait. Met. M. 30: 350 J109. 



Wesley, J:, 1703-91. 

— Souvenirs of. G: Benson, il. Connoisseur 24: 238- 

40. Ag09. 
Weston, Maj.-Oen. J: F. 
— Commander Dept. of California. Portrait. Sunset 

23: 24. J109. 
Weston, Mass. 

— The early town and its inhabitants. D. S. Lamson 
and J: N. McClintock. il. Mass. M. 2: 129-40. 
J109, and following issues. 
Wharton, T: 
— Selections from letter-books of, 1773-83 (text). Pa. M. 

33: 319-39. J109, and following issues. 
Wheelwright, Rowland. 

—Artist. A. Chester, il. Windsor 30: 125-38. J109. 
Whitaker, Herman. 

—Author. Portrait. Stmset 23: 20. J109. 
Whitman, Marcus. 
— Oregon pioneer, por. S: W. Pratt. Sunset 23; 185-8. 

Ag09. 
Whittier, J: Greenleaf, 1807-92. 
—Portrait. Bkman. (Lond.) 36: 217. Ag09. 
William II, Emperor of Germany, 1859-. 
— An Englishman's study of. pors. il. Met. M. 30: 375- 

83. 46.5-8. J109. 
William III, King of England, 1650-1702. 
—Portrait. Windsor 30: 169. J109. 
Williams, C:, 1763-. 

— Ohio pioneer. O. Arch. Q. 18: 372-9. J109. 
Window boxes. 
— How to make and care for. L. J. Doogue. il. House 

& G. 16: 26-7. J109. 
— Window gardens of Paris. J. Boyer. il. House & G 

16: 8-10. J109. 
Wireless telegraphy. 
— Air interference of different stations. F. Doig. il. 

Tech. W. 11: 606-11. Ag09. 
— Future possibilities of. J. S. Lopez, il. Van N. 5: 

424-30. J109. 
—Some feats of. F.Drake, il. Tech. W. 11: 647-50. 

Ag09. 
Women. 
— Business employments for. Elva E. Sayford. il. Van 

N. 5: 599-606. S09. 
— Societies and clubs. What women have accomplished 
in civic betterment. Rheta C. Door. il. Hamp- 
ton 23: 168-78. Ag09. 
Wolves. 

— Hunting wolves with ex-Pres. Roosevelt, in Texas. 
A. B. Paine, il. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 274-6. Ag09. 
Wood preservatives. 
— Methods of preserving timber. Arch. & B. M. 41: 

334-6. My09. 
Wright, Catherine. 

— Sister of Wright brothers, the aeronauts, por. Hamp- 
ton 23: 122. J109. 
Wright, Orville, and Wright, Wilbur. 
— Portraits (in group). Van N. 5: 465. Ag09. 
— the aeronauts and their sister. Portraits (in group). 

Met M. 30: 352. J109. 
Wright, Sophie B. 

— of New Orleans, por. Hampton 23: 267-8. Ag09. 
Xenophon. 
— and the spread of Hellenism. G: W. Mitchell. Queens 

Q. 16: 352-6. Ap-Je09. 
Yachts and yachting. 
— Racing yachts, Passing of large. L. deB. Handley. 

il. Recreation 30: 106-8. S09. 
Yellowstone Park. 

— Scenes in (pictures). Recreation 30: 72-3. Ag09. 
Yosemite National Park. 
— Camping above the Yosemite. Harriet Monroe, il. 

Sierra 7: 85-98. Je09. 
Y. M. C. A. buildings. 
—El Paso, Tex. Y. M. C. A. building, il. plan. W, 

Arch. 14. Ag09. 
— Phoenix Ariz. Y. M. C. A. building, il. plan. W. 

Arch. 14. S09. 
Zululand. 

— Frenchman's impressions of. H. G. Daymond. Af. 
Mo. 6: 253-6. Ag09. 



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QUARTERLY DRAMATIC INDEX, JULY-SEPT., J909. 

An Index to all artlcleg, reviews, and pictures relating to the gtage which have appeared in the periodicals of the 

last three months. 

Note:— In addition to the following list ot periodicals which are indexed regularly, articles and portraits of dramatic interest in the 
important popular magazines and reviews m the English language are included, thus covering the periodical field thoroughly, or 
some 150 titles in all. 

LIST OF PERIODICALS REGULARLY INDEXED AND ABBREVIATIONS USED. 

OTHER PERIODICALS INCLUDED CAN BE RECOGNIZED BY THEIR ABBREVIATIONS. 

Life Life. N. Y. 

Lit. D. Literary Digest. N. Y. 

Met. M. Metropolitan Magazine. N. Y. 

MuNSEY Munsey's Magazine. N. Y. 

Mus. CoUR. Musical Courier. Phila. 

Musician Musician. Boston. 

Nation Nation. N. Y. 

N. Music R. New Music Review. N. Y. 

N. Y. Dram. New York Dramatic Mirror. 

Outlook Outlook, N. Y. 

Overland, n. s. Overland Monthly. San Francisco. 

Pac. Mo. Pacific Monthly. Portland, Ore. 

Pearson (N. Y.) Pearson's Magazine. N. Y. 

Poet Lore Poet Lore. Boston. 

Putnam's Putnam's Magazine. N. Y. 

Sat. R. Saturday Review. London. 

Spectator Spectator. London. 

Success Success. N. Y. 

Sunset Sunset. San Francisco. 

Theatre Theatre. N. Y. ^ . 

Woman's Home C. Woman's Home Companion. Spring- 
field, O. 



Acad. 

Am. M. 

Bk. News 

Bkman (Lond.) 

Bookman 

Burr Mc. 

Collier's. 

cosmopol. 

Craftsman 

Cur. Lit. 

Etude. 

Everybody's 

Forum 

Graphic 

G. Bk. Album 

Hampton 

Harper 

Harp. W. 

III. Lond. 

Indep. 

Ladies' H. J. 

Les. W. 



N. 



Academy. London. 

American Magazine. N. Y. 

Book News. Phila. 

Bookman. London. 

Bookman. N. Y. 

Burr Mcintosh Monthly. N. Y. 

Collier's National Weekly. N. Y. 

Cosmopolitan. N. Y. 

Craftsman. N. Y. 

Current Literature. N. Y. 

Etude. Phila. 

Everybody's Magazine. N. Y. 

Forum. N. Y. 

Graphic. London. 

Green Book Album. Chicago. 

Hampton's Magazine. 

Harper's Monthly. N. Y. 

Harper's Weekly. N. Y. 

Illustrated London News. London. 

Independent. N. Y. 

Ladies' Home Journal. Phila. 

Leslie's Weekly. N. Y. 



and year 



Explanatory Inclusive pages of articles indexed are given. If less than a page the fractions {%) (J^) 0^) {%) are used after 
the page to give an approximate idea of length. The volume, month and year are given for each reference. W herejnonth ; 
are given preceding the pages, it indicates that each issue or that periodical pages from page i. 

"II." means illustrated. ''por.",'"pors.", mean article with portrait or portraits. "Portrait" means portrait only, no article. 
"Portrait (in group)" or "por. (in group)" indicates that one or more other persons appearin the picture. Scenes and acts from 
plays may be either illustrations or text, and are distinguished by adding in brackets (picture) , or (text). 

A colon after an initial designates the most usual given name, as per rule adopted by the A. L. A., and by Header's Guide and 
Library Index. 

DRAMATIC INDEX, JULY TO SEPT., J909. 



Abbott, Bessie Pickens, opera singer, 1878-. 
Portrait. World To-Day 17: 830. Ag09. 
Acting. 

Easy to be an actor. Clarice Valletta. G. Bk. Album 

2: 509-16. 809. 
H\iman basis of the art. T. Salvini. R. of R.'s 40: 

101-2. J109. 
Selecting plays to fit parts. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 

102(i). J109. 
Stage fright not suffered by] novices. Pearson (N Y.) 

22: 226-9. Ag09. 
Suping with Nethersole. F. G. Blakeslee. Theatre 

10: 26-8. J109. 
Working in a summer stock company. G: C. Jenks. 

Theatre 10: 33-4, xviii. J109. 
Actors and actresses. 

Actors and their stage clothes. G: C. Jenks. Theatre 

10: 44, 46, viii. Ag09. 
Boy actors who have attained adult distinction, pors. 

N. Y. Dram. 62: J124,09. 5(5). 
Children on the stage. E. Leslie, il. Cosmopol. 47: 

267-77, 503-12. Ag, 809. 
Comparison of the present with the past. Lit. D. 39: 

278. Ag21,09. 
French actors in London. "Dramaticus." Graphic 

80: 54(i). J110,09. 
Gloomy life of the vmderstudy. G: C. Jenks. Theatre 

10: 98-100. 809. 
How the "stars" behave when being photographed. 

G: 8. Wood. G. Bk. Album 2: 521-7. 809. 
How they are annoyed when acting. A. Dolliver. 

G. Bk. Album 2: 516-21. 809. 
Notable actors, Last days of. Valerie Hope. G. Bk. 

Album 2: 316-21. Ag09. 
The players of 1900-01 and the plays presented. J. 

Briscoe. G. Bk. Album 2: 417-24. Ag09. 
Players of yesterday, pors. G. T. F. Theatre 10: 

82, 84-6, ix. 809. 
Working in a summer stock company. G: C. Jenks. 

Theatre 10: 33-4, xviii. J109. 



Actors' Clubs. 

The Lambs, The Players, The Green Room. G. Bk. 
Album 2: 343-50. Ag09. 
Actors' homes. 

The New W. Brighton actors' home, Staten Island, 
N. Y. il. G. Bk. Album 2: 18. J109. 
Adams, Maude, actress, 1872-. 

and J. M. Barrie. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 100-1. J109. 
as Joan of Arc at Harvard Stadium, Je. 22, 1909. por. 
il. Lit. D. 39: 23-4. J13,09.— Cur. Lit. 47: 197 
Ag09.— Met. M. 30: 516-26. Ag09.— Putnams 6: 
627. Ag09.— Theatre 10:9. J109.— World To-Day 
17: 802-3. Ag09. 
Portrait. Harp. W. 53: 84.09, 14.— Les. W. 109: 12. 
J109, 109: 247. 809.— N. Eng. M. 40: 556. Je-J109. 
— Theatre 10: cover. J109, 10: iii. Ag09. 
Portrait as Joan of Arc. Harp. W. 53: J13,09. 1.— 

111. Lond. N. 135: 12. J13,09. 
Portrait as Maggie Wylie in What every woman knows. 
Pac. Mo. 22: 148. Ag09.— Theatre 10: cover. J109. 
Production of Joan of Arc at Harvard Stadium, il. 
Colliers 43: 20-1. J110,09. 
Ade, G:, librettist, 1866-. 

See Fair co-ed. The. 
Admirable Bashville, The, drama by G: B. Shaw. 

Review. Cur. Lit. 47: 318-9. 809. 
Aguglia, Mimi, actress. «_no 

Performance of Zaza. por. Putnam's 6: 634-5. Ag09 
Albani, Mme. Marie Emma, opera singer, 1850-. 
|S^ Brief biography, por. Etude 27: 517-8. Ag09. 
Aldrich, Mme. Mariska, opera singer. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 19: J109. 
All rivers meet at sea, drama. 

^ Scene from (picture). Everybody's 21: 251. Ag09. 
Ames, Winthrop, manager. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 68. Ag09. 
Amusement parks. 

The open air amusement parks. D. A. Willey. il. 
Theatre 10: 18-19. J109. 



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Anglin, Margaret, actress, 1876-. 

Her account of trip round the world, 1908 G. Bk. 

Album 2: 118-29. T109. ^ 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 223. S2,09. 
Portrait as Helena Ritchie in The awakening of 
Helena Ritchie. Theatre 10: 79. S09. — Bookman 
30: 2. S09 Life 54: 439. S30,09. 
Antony and Cleopatra, drama by Shakespeare. 

Critical article. J. Douglas, il. Harper 119: 583-9. 

S09. 
Study program by Charlotte Porter and Helen A. 
Clarke. Poet Lore 20: 315-320. Jl-Ag09. 
Arbuckle, Maclyn, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 10:. 7. J109. 
Arcadians, comic opera. 

Plot, and production at Shaftesbury theatre, London, 

Eng. Munsey 41: 902-5. S09. 
Scenes from (pictures). Munsey 41: 904, 905. S09. 
Arliss, G:. actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 70. S09. 
Arm of the law (La robe rouge), drama by E. Brieux. 

Acted in London. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 372(i). S09. 
Armstrong, Paul, dramatist. 
See Going some. 
See Via wireless. 
Arnold, Ainsworth, actor. 

Por. N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag21,09. 8(i). 
Arsfene Lupin, drama by F. de Croisset and M. Leblanc. 
Brief outline of. il. Graphic 80: 298(i). S4,09. 
Notice of. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 108: 283. S4,09. 
Production at Lyceum theatre, N Y. City Ag26,09. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: S4,09. 8(i).— J. S. Metcalfe. Life 
54: 347(i). S9,09. 
Asche, Mrs. Oscar. See Brajrton, Lily. 
Aiu;arde, Adrienne, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109-151. Agl2,09. 
Austin, Ralph, actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: J110,09. 1. 
Authors. 

Oppose English censorship of plays. Lit. D. 39 : 345- 
46. S4,09. 
Avril, Nancy, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 23. J109. 
Bacchus, opera, by J. E. F. Massenet. 

Produced at the Op6ra, Paris, My09. Theatre 10: 
viii. (i). J109. 
Bachelor, The, drama by C. Fitch. 

Scene from (picture). G. Bk. Album 2: 9. J109. — 
Cosmopol. 47: 220. J109. 
Bsemstein-Regneas, Joseph, opera singer. 

Portrait as Falstaff. Mus. Cour. 59: Ag25,09. ll(i). 
Portrait as Mephistopheles. Mus. Cour. 59: J128,09. 
ll(i). 
Bailey, Consuelo, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 230. Ag09 
Bailey, Fred, actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: J110,09. 1. 
Bakonyi, Karl von, composer. 

See Gay hussars. The. 
Baldina, Mile. Maria, actress. 

Portraits. 111. Lond. N 135: 12. 113,09:135:80,81. 
J117, 09. 
Ballau, Marion, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109:247. S9,09. 
Ballet 

Russian imperial ballet. Portraits of dancers. 111. 
Lond. N. 135: 81. J117,09. 
Barasch, Mile., dancer. 

As Cleopatra, por. Theatre 10: 50. Ag09. 
Barrett, Lawrence, actor, 1838- 1891. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 82. S09. 
Barrie, Tames M., dramatist, 1860-. 

and Maude Adams. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 100-1. 
, J109. 

See What every woman knows. 
Barrie, Minnie, actress. 

Notice of. por. N. Y. Dram. 62: J124,09. 7(i). 
Bamson, Mabel, actress. 

In blue mouse, por. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 100, 102. 
J109. 



Barrymore, Ethel, actress, 1879-. 

First appearance. Spor. in Lady Frederick. Pearson 

(N. Y.) 22: 226-8. Ag09. 
Portrait. Theatre 10: 70. S09.— Met. M. 30: 729. 
S09.— Les. W. 109: 247. S9,09. 
Barrymore, Jack, actor. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 247. S9,09. 
Bascomb, Henry L., actor. 1833-1909. 

Obituary N. Y. Dram. 62: J124,09. 12(i). 
Bates, Blanche (Mrs. Milton F. Davis), actress, 1873-, 
EfiEect of clothes on acting, por. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 

23 1(*). Ag09. 
Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: cover. J109. — Met. M. 30: 
735. S09.— Pac. Mo. 22: 141. Ag09.— Theatre 10: 
87. S09. 
Portrait (with Lillian Russell and sister). G. Bk. 
Album 2: 233. Ag09. 
Bath pageant. 

Pageant at Bath, Eng., July, 1909. Scenes from 
(pictures). Graphic 80: 136. J131,09. 
Baum, Lyman Frank, dramatist, 1856-. 

New plays of. por. D. E. Kessler. il. Theatre 10: 
62-3. Ag09. 
Bayes, Nora (Mrs. Jack Norworth), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 15. J109; 10: cover. Ag09. 
Portrait (with Mr. Norworth). G. Bk. Album 2; 13. 
J109. 
Beach, Rex Ellingwood, dramatist, 1877-. 

See Going some. 
Beat of the wing (Le coup d'aile), drama by Frangois 
de Curel. 
Translation from the French by Alice van Kaathoven. 
(text). Poet lore. 20: 321-375. S-O09 
Beauty spot. The, comic opera by Joseph Herbert and 
Reginald De Koven. 
Scenes from (pictures). Met. M. 30: 451. J109. 
Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 108-109. J109. 
Beban, George, actor. 

As Pietro Massena in The sign of the rose. por. 
Theatre 10: 61. Ag09. 
Beethoven, L. van, 1770-1827, composer. 

See Fidelio. 
Beethoven, drama by Ren6 Fauchois. 

Production at the Od^on, Paris. E. Stephenson. 
Theatre 10: 5-7. J109. 
Before dawn, drama by Gerhart Hauptmann. 
Text of. Poet Lore 20: 241-314. Jl-Ag09. 
Beggar's opera. 

Scene from third act, as performed 1727-8 in London. 
From painting by W. Hogarth in National Gallery, 
il. Connoissevu- 24: 248-9. Ag09. 
Belasco, David, dramatist, 1862-. 

Belasco and the psychology of the stage switchboard, 
por. M. J. Moses, il. Theatre 10: 64-6, vii. 
Ag09. 
Portrait. Les. W. 109: 206. Ag26,09. 
See Is marriage a failure? 
Bellew, Kyrle, actor, 1857- 

His story of his d6but. G. Bk. Albvim 2 : 392-7. Ag09. 
Portrait. Theatre 10: 70. S09.— Les. W. 109: 247. 

S9 09 
Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 2: 247. Ag09. 
Bennett, Arnold, dramatist. 

See "What the public wants." 
Bennett, R:, actor. 

Portraits (in groups with children). G. Bk. Album 2: 
238-9. Ag09. 
Bernard, Sam, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 71. S09. 
Bernhardt, Sarah, actress, 1845-. 

Portrait as Hamlet. Lit. D. 39: 169. J13,09. 
Portrait by Bastien-Lepage. McQure's 33: 389. 
Ag09. 
Bernstein, H:, dramatist. 

See Israel. 
Bernstein, Herman, dramatist, 1876—. 
See Samson. 
See Voleur, Le. 



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Bertrand, Mary, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 81. S09. 
Best people, The, comedy by F: Lonsdale. 

Production at Wjmdham theatre, London, Eng. Ill 

Lond. N. 135: 244(i). Agl4,09. 
Summary of. "Dramaticus." Graphic 80: 214(J). 

Agl4,09. 
Two scenes from (pictures). Graphic 80: 320. S4,09. 
Beveridge, Miss Ray, actress. 

Portrait in mountain climbing costume. G. Bk. 
Album 2: 468. S09. 
Billy, comedy by G: Cameron. 

Production at Daly's theatre N. Y. City, Ag., 1909. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: Agl4,09. 5(J). — il. Theatre 10: 
73, 76. S09. 
Scene from (picttu-e). Les. W. 109: 175. Agl9,09. 
Bisson, Alexander, dramatist, 1848-. 

See Marriage of a star. 
Bladud, King, Marienbad of. 

Pageant of Bath, Eng. Scenes from (pictures). 111. 
Lond. N. 135: supp. 4. J124,09. 
Blandick, Clara, actress. 

Portrait. Harp. W. 53: Agl4,09. 14. 
Blaney, Mrs. C: E. See Spooner, Miss Cecil. 
Blinn, Holbrook, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 71. S09.— Overland, n. s. 54: 
101. J109. 
Blue bird. The, fairy play by M. Maeterlinck. 

Review. A. S. Henry. Bk. News 27: 873-4. J109. 
Scenes from (text). Cur. Lit. 47: 305-11. S09. 
Blue mouse. The, comedy by Clyde Fitch. 

Mabel Barrison in. por. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 100, 102. 

J109. 
Scene (pictvire). Overland, n. s. 54: 102. J109. 
Bodansky, Robert, librettist. 

See Gay hussars. The. 
Bohemian club, San Francisco. 

Forest plays of California. H. Scheffauer. il. Theatre 

10: 88-94, viii. S09. 
Return of drama to natttre. il. Cxir. Lit. 47: 312-15. 
S09. 
Boland, Mary, actress. 

—Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: Ag09.— Theatre 10: 36 Ag09. 
Bonci, Alessandro, actor. 

Lessons for singers from his own experience. Etude 
27: 587. S09. 
Bonfanti, Marie, dancer. 

Interview, pors. N. Y. Dram. 62: J117,09. 3,6. 
Bonner, Geraldine, dramatist, 1870-. 

See Sham. 
Bonnet conspirators, drama by Violet Simpson. 

Production at the Court Theatre, London, Eng. 111. 
Lond. N. 135: 72(i). J117,09. 
Booth, Edwin Thomas, actor, 1833-93. 

Portrait. New Eng. M. 40, 554. Je-J109.— Theatre 
10" 82 S09 
Booth, J: Wilkes, actor, 1839-65. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 82. S09. 
Booth, Julia, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 12. Jll,09. 
Bourget, Paul, dramatist, 1852-. 

See Emigr6, L*. 
Bowen, Elgie, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 74. S09. 
Boy and the Girl, The, musical play by R: Carle. 

Notes concerning. G. Bk. Album 2: 439-40. Ag09. 
Produced at New Amsterdam aerial gardens. N. Y. 
City. Theatre 10: 3-4. J109. 
Brady, Mrs. W. A. See George, Grace. 
Brandell, Josephine, actress. 

Portrait as Shirley in The beauty spot. Theatre 10: 14. 
J109. 
Brandt, Sophie, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 478. S09 
Brayton, Lily. (Mrs. Oscar Asche), actress. 
Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 374. S09. 
Brewster's millions, drama. 

Production at Wyndham theatre, London, Eng. 111. 
Lond. N. 135: 32(i). J13,09. 



Brian, Donald, actor. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 175. Agl9,09.— Met. M. 30: 
740. S09. 
Brice, Elizabeth, actress. 

Portrait. Harp. W. 53: J117,09. 14.— Les. W. 109: 

102. J129,09. 
Portrait as Louise in The motor girl. Theatre 10: 98 
S09. 
Bridge, The, drama by R. Hughes. 

Scenes from (pictures). Theatre 10: 47. Ag09. 
Brieux, Eugene, dramatist, 1858—. 

Election to French Academy. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 

371-4. S09. 
Portrait. Graphic 80: 298. S4,09. 
See False gods. 
Britta, Mile., dancer. 

Portraits (in groups). Theatre 10: 33. J109. 
Broadhtu-st, G., dramatist. 

See Dollar mark, The. 
Broken idol, A., musical comedy by E. Van Alstyne. 
Production at Herald Square theatre, N. Y. City, 
Agl6,09. N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag28,09. 7(i). 
Bronson-Howard, G:, dramatist. 

See Only law. The. 
Brown, Matirice K., arranger. 

See Gay hussars, The. 
Brown, Norma, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: Ag09. 
Browne, Porter Emerson, dramatist. 
Portrait. Theatre 10: 32. J109. 
See Fool there was, A. 
Brozel, Philip, actor. 

Portrait as Otello. Graphic 80: 286. Ag28,09. 
Buchanan, Thompson, dramatist, 1877-. 
Portrait. Theatre 10: 32. J109. 
See Woman's way. 
Btmyea, Mabel, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 74. S09. 
Burbage, James, actor and manager, -1597 (?). 

Burbage's theatre. C. C. Stopes. Fortn. 92: 149-59. 
J109. 
Burke, Billie (Ethel Btirke), actress, 1886-. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: cover S09.— Met. M. 30: 
596. Ag09; 30:736. S09.—N.Y. Dram. 62: J13 1,09. 
4.— Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 373. S09. 
Portrait (in group) in Love watches. G. Bk. Album 
2: 449. S09. 
Burke, Ethel. See Burke, Billie. 
Burnett, Mrs. Frances H., author, 1849-. 

See Dawn of a tomorrow. 
Btissert, Anna, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 74. S09. 
Caine, Georgia, actress. 

Portrait as The motor girl. Theatre 10: 98. 809. 
Call of the north, drama. 

Fails in N. Y. city. Munsey 41: 581(i). J109. 
Calvert, Louis, actor, 1859-. 

Biographical, por. N. Y. Dram. 62: J124,09. 6(t) 
Cameron, George, pseud. See Drew, Mrs. Sydney. 
Campbell, Beatrice Stella. See Campbell, Mrs. Patrick. 
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick (Beatrice Stella Campbell) 

por. Theatre 10: 48. Ag09. 
Canada. 

and the drama. S. Bums. G. Bk. Album 2: 312-6. 
Ag09. 
Candy shop, comic opera by G: V. Hobart and J: L. 
Golden. 

Scenes from (pictures). Met. M. 30: 453. J109. 

Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 108(J). J109. 
Canterbury pilgrims. The, pageant drama by P. Mackaye. 

The Cobum Players in. il. Theatre 10: 96-7. S09. 

A student performance of Percy Mackaye's adaptation 
from Chaucer. World To-Day 17: 9 12(i). S09. 

Return of drama to nature, il. Cur. Lit. 47: 312-15. 
S09. 
Carasa, Frederico de, singer, 1888-. "" 

Career of. por. Theatre 10: 16, x. J109. 



Portrait. Cit. D. 39: 135. J124.09 
A promising tenor, por. Van N. 



6: 433. J109. 



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Carle, R:, actor and composer. 

See Boy and the girl, The- 
Carlisle, Alexandra, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 227. J109. 
Carter, Mrs. Leslie, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109:247. S9,09. 
Portrait as Vesta Heme. Theatre 10: 69. S09. 
Carton, R. C, dramatist. 

See Mr. Preedy and the countess. 
Caruso, Enrico, opera singer, 1874-. 

Portrait. Graphic 80: 238. Ag21,09 
Caryll, Ivan, librettist. 
See Our Miss Gibbs. 
Castle, William, opera singer, 1836-1909. 
Career of. por. G. A. Davis. Theatre 10: 67-8. 
Ag09. 
Censorship. 
Censorship of public opinion. E. Gamett. Fortn. 92, 

137-48. T109. 
English authors oppose present form. Lit. D. 39: 

347-8. S4,09 
Examining the examiner. Nation 89: 146(|). Agl2,09. 
Opinions of some supporters and opponents of the 
dramatic censorship. Graphic 80: 292(i). S4,09. 
Chantecler, drama by E. Rostand. 

Frohman secures American rights. Theatre 10: x(J). 
J109. 
Chaperon, The, drama by Marion Fairfax. 

Fails at Maxine Elliott theatre, N. Y. city. Munsey 
41:581(i). J109. 
Chase, Edna, actr ss. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 15. J109. 
Chase, Pauline, actress. 

Portrait as Peter Pan. Harp. W. 53: J131,09. 14. 
Chester, Ruth, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 24. J109. 
Children's pageant. 

Pageant in Whitechapel, London. Liv. Age 262: 49- 
52. J13,09. 
Chorus lady. The, comedy. 

Production in London, Eng. Munsey 41: 898(J). 
S09. 
Church. 

Advertising immoral playx in Italy. Lit. D. 39: 201 
m. Ag7,09. 
Churchill, Lady Randolph Spencer. See West, Mrs. G: 

Comwallis. 
Circus. 

Inner life of a great circus. G. Bk. Albtmi 2: 432-6. 
Ag09. 
Clark, Marguerite, actress, 1887-. 

Career, por. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 231(i). Ag09, 
Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: Ag09.— Les. W. 109: 12. 

Jll,09. 
Portrait as Punchinello. Hampton 23: 107. J109. 
Portrait (with De Angelis). Burr Mc. 20: Ag09. 
Clarke, Harry Corson, actor. 

Sketch, por. N. Y. Dram. 62: 84,09. 3(i). 
Clarke, Joseph Ignatius Constant, playwright, 1846-. 
One of the "Merriwold dramatists. por. Boolanan 
29: 627-33. Ag09. 
Climax, The, drama by E: Locke. 

Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 47: 350. Ag09. 
Scenes from (pictures). Met. M. 30: 456. J109. 
Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 106-8. J109. 
Cobum, Charles Douville, actor. 

As Chaucer in Canterbtiry pilgrims, por. Theatre 10: 

97. S09. 
Portrait (in group) as Chaucer in The Canterbury 

pilgrims. Craftsman 16: 499. Ag09. 
Portrait (in group) as Orlando in As you like it. Crafts- 
man 16: 500. Ag09. 
Cobum, Mrs. C: D., actress. 

Portrait (in group) as Rosalind in As you like it. 

Craftsman 16: 500. Ag09. 
Portrait (in group) as The prioress in The Canterbury 
pilgrims. Craftsman 16: 499. Ag09. 
Cobum players. 

See Canterbury pilgrims. 



Cohan, G: M., actor-playwright. 

His descriptions of curious people we meet. pors. Burr 

Mc. 19: J109. 
Portrait in dressing room. G. Bk. Album 2: 245. 
Ag09. 
Cohan, Josephine (Mrs. Fred Niblo), actress. 

Portrait (.in group). G. Bk. Albimi 2: 241. Ag09. 
Collier, Constance, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 99. J109.— Theatre 10: 
70. 809. 
Collier, William, actor and dramatist, 1868-. 
Work in Patriot. Munsey 41: 577(i). J109. 
His work with J. H. Maimers. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 
95-6. J109. 
Coney Island, N. Y. City. 

The "Coney" of 1909. C. Pollock. G. Bk. Album 2: 
539-44. 809. 
Connell, Norreys, dramatist. 

5^^ Thalia's teacup. 
Conquest, Ida, actress. 

Portrait. Pac. Mo. 22: 147. Ag09. 
Constantino, Florencio, opera singer. 

Portrait as Enzo. Mus. Cour. 59: Ag25,09. 20(i). 
Portrait as Mario. Mus. Cour. 59: J128,09. 14(i). 
Costume. 

Actors and their stage clothes. G: C. Jenks. Theatre 
10: 44, 46, viii. Ag09. 
Courtleigh, W:, actor, 1869-. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 2: 474. 809. 
Courtneidge, Cicely, actress. 

Portrait as Chrysea in Arcadians. 111. Lond. N. 135: 
198. Ag7,09. 
Crainquebille, drama by A. France. 

Production at Adelphi theatre, London, Eng. 111. 
Lond. N. 135: 32 (i). J13,09. 
Crater, Alene (Mrs. F: Stone), actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 4. J109. 
Crime and criminals. 

Shakespeare's superior kind of criminals. Lit. D. 39: 
239-40. Agl4,09. 
Criticism. 

Impersonal note in dramatic criticism, il. Alan Dale. 

Cosmopol. 47: 347-52. Ag09. 
Manager vs. critic. The critic's side. H. Davis. 

Everybody's 21: 125-30. 1109. 
Manager vs. critic. The theatre's side. P. Arm- 
strong. Everybody's 21: 119-25. J109. 
Croisset, Francis de, dramatist, 1877-. 

See Ars^ne Lupin. 
Curel, Francois de, dramatist. 

See Beat of the wing. 
Cushman, Charlotte, actress, 1816-76. 

As Romeo, por. Theatre 10: 82. 809. 
Dagwell, Natalie, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: 809. — Cosmopol. 47: 516. 
809. 
Dale, Margaret, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 28. J109. 
Dancing and dancers. 

Mile. Britta. Portraits (in groups). Theatre 10: 33. 

J109. 
Country dancing. Spectator 103: 126(|). 1124,09. 
Inspiration of the dance. G. Austin. G. Bk. Albiim 

2: 363-7. Ag09. 
Mile. Leona. Portrait as Psyche. Theatre 10: 33. 

J109. 
Madame Magdeleine, Hypnotic dances of. por. Put- 
nam's 6: 500-1. J109. 
Anna Pawlowa. Portrait. Theatre 10: 24. J109. 
Poetry of the dance, by B. Matthews, il. Mimsey 
41:692-8. Ag09. 
" Russian imperial ballet, il. Theatre 10: 51. Ag09. 
Dare, Phyllis, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N Y.) 22: 372. 809. 
Dare, Zona, actress. 

Portrait Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 372. 809 
D'Armond, Isabelle actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk- Album 2: 24. J109.— Theatre 10: 
22. J109. 



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Davies, H. H., dramatist. 

See Mollusc, The. 
Davies, Phoebe, actress. 

Sketch, por. N. Y. Dram. 62: J131,09. 2(i) 
Davis, Mrs. Milton F. See Bates, Blanche. 
Davis, Robert H., dramatist. 

See Family, The. 
Dawn of a to-morrow, drama by Mrs. Frances H. Bur- 
nett. 
Scenes from (pictures). Met. M. 30: 448. J109. 
Dazey, Charles T., dramatist. 

See Sign of the rose. The. 
Dazie, ^flle., dancer and pantomimist, 1884-. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 242. Ag09.— Harp. W. 
53: 1124,09. 14.— Les. W. 109: 79. T122,09.— 
N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag7,09. 6(i).— Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 
97. J109. 
De Angelis, Jefferson, actor, 1859-. 

Portraits. G. Bk. Album 2: 29. T109. 
Portrait (with Marguerite Clark). Burr Mc. 20. 
Ag09. 
De Beers, Clara, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 15. J109. 
Decourcelle, dramatist. 

See Two little vagabonds. 
De Faye, Liane, and De Faye, Eveljm, actresses. 

Portrait (in group). Burr Mc. 20: S09. 
De Flers, R., dramatist. 

See Love watches. 
De Koven, Reginald, composer, 1861-. 

See Beauty spot. 
Delna, Marie, opera singer, 1875-. 
Portrait. Theatre 10: 95. S09. 
De Mar, Carrie, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 250. Ag09. 
De Mille, W. C, playwright. 

One of the Merriwold dramatists, por. Bookman 29 : 
627-33. Ag09. 
Deming, Will, actor. 

Portrait as Bud Haines, in A Gentleman from Missis- 
sippi. World To-Day 17: 849. Ag09. 
d'Erlanger, Baron F:, composer. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 80. J117,09. 
See Tess of the D'Urbervilles. 
Desmond, William, actor. 

por. N. Y. Dram. 62: J131,09. 3(i). 
De Sousa, May, actress. 

Portrait (with her father). G. Bk. Album 2: 461. S09. 
DesRoche, Gertrude, actress. 

Portrait. Everybody's 21: 249. Ag09. 
Destinn, Mile. Emmy, opera singer. 

Portrait as Salome. Theatre 10: 4. J109. 
Portrait as Tess. Graphic 80: 92. J117,09.— Harp. 
W. 53: S4,09. 15.— 111. Lond. N. 135: 75, 172. 
J117,31,09. 
Detective Sparkes, comedy by M. Morton. 

Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. City Ag 23,09. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: S4,09. 5(i). 
Devereux, William, dramatist. 

See Henry of Navarre. 
Devil, The, drama by Franz Molnar. 

Rival productions in N. Y. Munsey 41: 574(J). J109. 
Dirkins, Annie, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 100. S09. 
Ditrichstein, Leo, dramatist. 
See Is matrimony a failure? 
Dodson, John E., actor, 1857-. 
Acting of. por. W: Winter. Pac. Mo. 22: 143-4, 146. 

Ag09. 
Work in House next door. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 93-5. 
J109. — pors. W. P. Dodge. Theatre 10: 20, 22-4. 
J109. 
Dollar mark, The, drama by G: Broadhurst. 

Production at Wallack's theatre, N. Y. City. Ag. 23, 09. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: S4,09. 5(J) —J. S. Metcalfe. 
Life 54: 347(i). S9,09. 
Donnelly, Dorothy, actress. 
Portrait. Les. W 109:151. Agl2,09.— Theatre 10: 
70 S09. 



Doro, Marie, actress and playwright. 

History, por. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 376(i). 809. 
Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 519. S09.— Met. M. 30: 597. 

Ag09, 30: 738. S09. 
Douglas, Kenneth, actor. 

Portrait as Hon. Gerald Bayle in Best people. 111. 

Lond. N. 135: 298. Ag28,09. 
Doyle, Sir A. C, dramatist, 1859. 

See Fires of fate. The. 
Drama. 

Advantages of one-act plays. 111. Lond. N. 135: 

262(i). Ag21,09. 
Ancient and modem art in the drama. Acad. 77: 375-7. 

J131,09. 
Anti-climax in great tragedy. "Museus" contemp. 

96: Supp. 3-6. Ag09. 
Apropos of some published plays. Bookman 30: 16-8. 

S09. 
The decent plays. A list of present time plays to 

which no exception, moral or artistic can be taken. 

W. R. Eaton, il. Woman's Home Com. 36: S09. 

7, 60. 
English plays in America. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 369(i). 

S09. 
On improving the drama. M. J. Moses. Bk. News 

27: 874-5 J109. 
The matter with the stage and the remedy. H: E. 

Dixey. G. Bk. Album 2: 288-93. J109. 
The mellowdrammer. P. E. Browne, il. Every- 
body's 21: 346-54. S09. 
Moral and educational value of the modem theatre. 

Arena 41: 584-5. Ag09. 
Plays of 1909-10, by M. White, Jr. il. Munsey 41: 

743-54. Ag09. 



Lit. D. 39: 389(i). Si 1,09. 
J. L. Williams. Met. M. 30: 

Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 93(|). 



Our playwriting mania. 
Playwriting, The vice of. 

680-4. S09. 
Race prejudice as motif. 

J109, 22: 374(i). S09. 
Symons Arthur. Plays, acting and music (review). 

Indep. 67: 370-1. Agl2,09. 
Tabloid drama. H. Davis, il. Everybody's 21: 

249-57. Ag09. 
Drama. 

See also Plot. Theatre. Opera. Vaudeville. Actors 

and actresses. Playwriting. 
Drama, American. 

Eaton, W. P. American stage of today (review). 

Theatre 10: vii-viii. J109. 
Experiment in Washington, D. C, in producing plays 

anonymously. Judged on their merits. World To- 

Day, 17, 802(i). Ag09. 
"Kicking out the great American drama," by a pro- 
fessional play-reader. Munsey 41: 844-9. S09. 
Drama, American. 

Mackaye, P. The playhouse and the play (review). 

Cur. Lit. 47: 199-200. Ag09.— Indep. 67: 93(J). 

J18,09.— Theatre 10: vii(i). J109.— M. J. Moses. 

Bk. News 27: 874-5. J109. 
Much American drama about nothing. Lit. D. 39: 

21 (i). J13,09. 
New York, season of 1908-09. W: Winter, il. Pac. 

Mo. 22: 139-52. Ag09. 
Plays that failed in N. Y. City, 1908-09. Munsey 41: 

584-6. J109. 
Reviewof season 1908-9. il. M. White, Jr. Munsey 

41:573-88. J109. 
Drama, English. 

Repertory theatre in England. E: Gamett. Nation 

89: 125-6. Ag5,09. 
Drama, Italian. 

Church advertising immoral plays in Italy. Lit. D. 39: 

201 (i). Ag7,09. 
Drama, German. 

Comparison of Shakespeare production in England and 

Germany. Shakespeare and the modem German 

stage. Liv. Age 262: 195-203. J124,09. 
Witkowski, G: German drama of the 19th century 



(review). Theatre 10: 
Forum 42: 283-5. S09 



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Drama, modem. 
Vital themes of foreign playwrights. Cur. Lit. 47. 
201-3. Ag09. 
Dramatic censorship. 5«« Censorship. 
Dramatic criticism. See Criticism. 

Dramatists. . . n t^ »!.« j -i 

American. "Memwold dramatists. B. Millard, il. 

Bookman 29: 627-33. Ag09. 
American. Noteble group on ferry-boat Annex in 
costume of The Lambs. G. Bk. Album 2 : 232. Ag09. 
The United States of playwrights. G: J. Nathan. 
Bookman 30: 35-38. S09. 
Dramatization. ^ o t^ e v 

A factor in school education. Cora b. Brown, ben. 
Ed. 29: 13-22. S09. 

Dresser, Louise, actress. . „ , , 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 357. Ag09.— Theatre 10: 54. 
Ag09. 
Dressier, Marie, actress. 

Portrait. Everybody's 21: 128. J109.— Theatre 10: 
21. J109. 
Drew, T:. actor, 1853-. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109:247. S9,09.— Met. M. 30: 741. 
S09. 
Drew, Louise, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 151. Agl2,09. 
Drew, Mrs. Sydney, (pseud. George Cameron), drama- 
tist. 
See Billy. 
Du Maurier, Gerald, actor. 

As Arstoe Lupin, por. Graphic 80: 298(i). S4,09. 
Du Maurier, Guy, dramatist. 1865-. 

See Englishman's home. An. 
Dimcan, Augustin, actor. 

As the Friar in Canterbury pilgrims, por. Theatre 10: 
96. S09. — Craftsman 16: 499. Ag09. 
Duse, Eleanora, actress, 1861-. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 48. Ag09. 
Du Suchet, H. A., dramatist. 

See Man from Mexico. 
Eames, Emma, opera singer, 1867-. 

What life and song mean to her. Lit. D. 39: 30-31. 
T13,09. 
Earth, drama by J. B. Pagan 

Plot of. il. Mimsey 41: 895-7. S09. 
Easiest way, drama by Eugene Walter 

Production at Stuyvesant theatre, N. Y. city. il. 
Munsey 41: 578-9. J 09. 
Eddinger, Wallace, actor. 

See Actors and actresses. — Boy actors. 
Edeson, Robert, actor, 1868-. 

Portrait. Met. M. 30: 742. 809.— Theatre 10: 70. 
S09. 
Edwards, J., composer. 

See Motor girl, The. 
Eliscu, Femand, actress. 

Portrait. Everybody's 21: 264. Ag09. 
Elliott, Maxine, actress. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: Agl4,09. 4(J). 
EUiston, Grace, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 71. S09. 
Elsie, Lily, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 374. S09. 
Emery, Edward, actor. 

Career of. por. Theatre 10: 12(J). J109. 
Emigre, L', drama by Bourget. 

Production at Adelphi theatre, London, Eng. 111. 
Lond. N. 135: 32(i). J13,09. 
Emmet, Katherine, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 44. Ag09. 
Portrait (in group) as Janet Van Nest in The bridge. 
Theatre 10: 46. Ag09. 
Ei«;lishman's home. An, drama by Guy Du Maurier. 
Fails in N. Y. city. Mtmsey 41: 582(i). J109. 
Production in Berlin. Bookman 29: 465-6. jl09. 
Production at Wyndham theatre, London, Ene. Mun- 
sey 4.1 : 573-4. J109. 
Review. A. S. Henry. Bk. News 27: 872-73. J109. 
Erlanger, Baron F: d', composer. 

SeeTess of the D'Urbervilles. 
Esmond, Mrs. Henry V. See Moore, Eva. 



Eimice, drama by Lee Arthur and Forrest Halsey. 

Production at Hicks theatre, London, Eng. Munsey 
41:898(i). S09. 
Everts, Katherine Jewell, dramatic reader. 

Portrait. Harp. W. 53: Jl 10,09. 14. 
Faber, Beryl, playwright. 
See Sense of humour, A. 
Fagan, James Bernard, dramatist. 

Portrait. Graphic 80: 298. S4,09.— 111. Lond. N- 135 

262. Ag21,09. 
See Earth. 
Fair co-ed, comic opera by George Ade and Gustav 
Luders. 
Production at Knickbocker theatre, N. Y. city. Mun- 
sey 41: 582. J109. 
Fairbanks, Douglas, actor. 

As Bud Haines in A gentleman from Mississippi, por. 
Cur. Lit. 47: 81. Jl09. 
Fairfax, Lettice, actress. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 228. Agl4,09. 
Fairfax, Marion, dramatist. 

See Chaperon. 
Falconer, Helen, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: S09. 
False gods (La Foi), drama by E. Brieux. 

Adapted to English by J. B Fagan and produced in 

London, il. Graphic 80: 252(i). Ag21,09. 
To be played in English. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 372-3 
809. 
Family, The, drama by R. H. Davis. 

Scenes from (pictures). Theatre 10: 11. J109. 
Famum, Dustin, actor. 

Portrait as Cameo Kirby. N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag28,09. 
3.— Theatre 10: 37. Ag09. 
Farrar, Geraldine, opera singer, 1880-. 

Brief biography, por. Etude 27: 449-50. J109. 
Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 457. 809. 
Fauchois, Ren 6, dramatist. 

His work, with synopsis of Beethoven. E. Stephenson, 
por. Theatre 10: 5-7. J109. 
Faust, Lotta, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 19: J109.— Les. W. 109: 12. Jll,09. 

109: 102. J129,09.— Met. M. 30: 591. Ag09. 
Portrait as Carmen in The midnight sons. Theatre 10: 

cover. 809. 
as Carmen the Second, por. Theatre 10: 4. J109. 
Faust. 

How Gounod wrote Faust. C. A. Doran. il. Musician 
14: 300. J109. 
Faversham, W:, actor, 1868-. 

Acting of. por. W: Winter. Pac. Mo. 22: 144, 146. 

Ag09. 
Portrait. Met. M. 30: 733. S09.— Theatre 10: 71. 
809 
Faversham, Mrs. W: See Opp, Julie. 
Fay, Maud, opera singer. 

Portrait as Chrysothemis in Electra. World To-Day 
17: 828. Ag09. 
Ferguson, Elsie, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: Ag09 — Cosmopol. 47: 226. 
T109.— Les. W. 109: 223. S2,09. Life 54:379. 
S16,09. 
Fidelio, opera by L. van Beethoven. 

How written. Etude 27: 524 (J). J109. 
Fighting hope. The, drama by W: T. Hurlbut. 

Novelization by Blanche Bates (text). G. Bk. Album 

2* 33—67 T109. 
Production in N. Y. Munsey 41: 575(i). J109. 
Scene from (picture), il. G. Bk. Album 2: 32. J109. 
Filkins, Grace, actress. 

Incident in early career, por. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 

224, 228-9. Ag09. 
Portrait. Les. W. 109 : 223. 82,09. 
Fires of fate. The, drama by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. 

il. Theatre 10: 41. Ag09. 
Fisher, Florence, actress. 

Portrait (in group). Everybody's 21 : 123. J109. 
Fiske, Minnie Maddem Davey, actress, 1865-. 
Portrait. Theatre 10: 48. Ag09. 
Portrait as Salvation IN ell. Overland n. s. 54: 100 
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Fitch, William Clyde, playwright, 1865-1909. 

A critical appreciation, por. Martin Bimbaum. il. 

Indep. 67: 123-131. J115,09. Life 54:379(i). S16,09. 

Death of. Indep. 67: 614(J). S9,09.— Nation 89: 240. 

S9 09 
The kaleidoscopic Mr. Fitch, por. Lit. D. 39: 171-172. 

J13,09. 
Work of. por. Cur. Lit. 47: 316-17. S09. 
See Bachelor, The. 
See Blue mouse, The. 
See Happy marriage. 
Flanders, Ralph L. 

General manager Boston opera house. Portrait. Mus. 
Cour. 59: J121,09. 25(i). 
Flaven, Aileen, actress. 

Portrait. Btur Mc. 20: S09. 
Florist shop. The, farce by O. Herford. 

Produced at the Liberty theatre, N. Y.City, Ag 9, 09. 
il. Theatre 10: 75, xi-xii. S09.— N. Y. Dram. 62: 
Ag21,09. 5(i). 
Foi, La. See False gods. 
Follies, The. See Pelissier, H. G. 

Follies of 1909, comic opera by H. B. Smith and M. Levi. 
Production at the Jardin de Paris, N. Y. City. Theatre 

10: 37, 53. Ag09. 
Plot. G. Bk. Album 2: 438-9. Ag09. 
Scene from (pictures). Les. W. 109: 54. J115,09; 109: 
102. J]22,09; 109: 151. Agl2,09. 
Fool there was. A, play by P. E. Browne. 

Novelization of. R. Milliard, il. G. Bk. Album 2: 

257-83. Ag09. 
Scene from (picture). G. Bk. Album 2: 225. Ag09. — 
lU. Lond. N. 135: 198. Ag7,09.— Met. M. 30: 454. 
J109. 
Synopsis, il Hampton 23: 109-111. J109. 
Forbes- Robertson, Johnston. See Robertson, Forbes. 
Forsell, John, singer. 

Portrait as Don Giovanni. Mus. Covu-. 59: J114,09. 
14(i). 
Forsell, M., singer. 

Portrait as Jokanaan in Salome. 111. Lond. N. 135: 46. 
J110,09. 
Foster, Lillian, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 79. J122,09. 
Fox, J:, Jr., author. 

Portrait. Met. M. 30: 739. S09. 
France, Anatole, dramatist, 1844-. 

See Crainquebille. 
Francis, Eva, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 23. J109 

Portrait as Genevieve in The candy shop. Comopol. 
47: 518. S09. 
Frease-Green, Mrs., opera singer. 

Portrait. World To-Day 17: 828. Ag09. 
Frederick, Pauline, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 356. Ag09. — G. Bk. Album 
2: 20. J109. 
Friganza, Trixie, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 223. S2,09. 
Frost, Lorrsine, actress. 

Career of. Theatre 10: 12(J). J 109. 
FujiKo, Mme., pantomimist. 

Portrat. N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag7.09. 6(i). 
Fuller, Loie, actress and dancer. 

Art of. il. Munsey 41: 697-8. Ag09. 
Gfdski, Mme. Johanna, opera singer, 1871-. 

Music after marriage and motherhood, por. Etude 27: 
443(i). J109. 
Gale, Florence, actress. 

Portrait. Everybody's 21: 253. Ag09. 
Gale, Minna, actress 

Reminiscences by. G. Bk. Album 2: 208-14. J109. 
Galsworthy, John, playwright, 1867-. 

Apropos of some published plays. The silver box: Joy: 

Strife. Bookman 30: 15-6. S09. 
Plays (review). Nation 89: 167(i). Agl9,09. 
See Strife. 
Game of love. The, comedy by Frederico Mariani. 

Produced at Wallacks theatre, N. Y. City, May 09. 
Theatre 10: 4(i). J109. 



Gay, Mme. Maria , opera singer. 

Portrait as Orpheus in Orfeo. 111. Lond. N. 135: 46. 
J110,09. 
Gay Hussars, The, (Ein Herbstmsnoever). operetta by 
E. Kalman, K. von Bakonyi and R. Bodanski. 
Premiere at Knickerbocker theatre, N.Y. City, Jl, 1909. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag7,09. 8(i).— il. Theatre 10: 74, 
85 S09 
Scene from (picture). Les. W. 109: 175. Agl9,09. 
Gen6e, Mile. Adeline, dancer. 

Art of . il. Mimsey 41: 692-3. Ag09. 

Portrait. Everybody's 21: 122. J109.— Theatre 10: 78. 

S09. 
Sketch, por. N. Y. Dram. 62: J131,09. 1. 5. 
Gentleman from Mississippi, A, drama by H. G. Rhodes 
and T: Wise. 
Scenes from (text), il. Cur. Lit. 47: 75-82. J109. 
The story of a play that has a moral, by L F. Pierce, 
il. World ToDay 17: 843-50. Ag09. 
George, Grace (Mrs. W. A. Brady), actress, 1880-. 

Acting of. por. W: Winter. Pac. Mo. 22: 141, 148. 

Ag09. 
Portrait. Btirr. Mc. 20: Ag09.— Cosmopol. 47: 231. 
J109.— G. Bk. Album 2: cover. Ag09.— Pearson 
(N. Y.) 22: 228. Ag09.— Theatre 10: 71. S09. 
Germon, Jane, actress. 

Obituaiy. por. N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag21,09. 4(i). 
Gillette, viola, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 19: J109. 
Gillette, W:, actor, 1865-. 

Personal side of. G: H: Payne. G. Bk. Album 2: 
573-8. S09. 
Gilmore, Barney, actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag28,09. 4. 
Gilmore, Ray, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 228. Ag09. 
Girl from Rector's, drama adapted from Fr. by Patil 
Potter. 
Production at Weber's theatre, N. Y. city. Munsey 
41:578(i). J109. 
Glose, Augusta, actress and monologist. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 199. Ag26,09.— Harp .W. 53: 
Ag28,09. 14. 
Gloucester (Mass.) pageant. 

Scenes from the Canterbury pilgrims. P. MacKaye. 
il. Scrib. 46: 28-34. J109. 
Goddess of reason, drama by Mary Johnston. 

Criticism of. Munsey 41: 581-2. J109. 
Going some, play by Rex Beach and Pa\U Armstrong. 
Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 47: 347. Ag09. — 

Burr Mc. 20: S09.— Met. M. 30: 450. J109. 
Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: lll(i). J109. 
Golden, J: L., composer. 

See Candy shop. 
Golden, Richard, actor, 1854-1909. 

Death of. Theatre 10: ix(i). S09. — Obituary, por. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag21,09, 3. 5. 
Goodman, Jules Eckert, dramatist. 

See Man who stood still. 
Goodmann, Henrietta, actress. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: S4,09. 1. 
Gordin, Jacob, dramatist, 1853-1909. / 

Career of. por. Theatre 10: xi( J). J109.— Lit. D. 39: / 
21-2. J13,09. 
Goimod, C: Franjois, 1818-93. 

How Gunod wrote Faust. C: A. Doran. il. Musician 
14: 300. J109. 
Graham, Lillian, dancer. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 376. S09. 
Graves, George, actor. 

Portrait. Graphic 80: 186. 
Ag7,09. 
Great John Ganton, The, drama by J. H. Manners. 
Production at Lyric theatre, N. Y. city. Munsey 41: 

580 (i). J109. 
Scenes from (pictures). Met. M. 30: 458. J109. 
Green, Carolyn, actress. 

Portrait. Met M. 30:593. Ag09.— Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 
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Grey, Katherine, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 86. S09. 
Griswold, Putnam, opera singer. 

Portrait. World To- Day 17: 824. Ag09. 
Grossmith, Weedon, actor. 

Portrait as Hamilton Preedy in Mr. Preedy and the 
countess. Munsey 41: 901. S09. 
Groves, Charles, actor, 1843-1909. 

Portrait. Graphic 80: 86. J117,09. 
Guitry, M., actor. 

His work. 111. Lond. N. 135: 32(i). J13,09. 
Hackett, James Ketaltus, actor, 1869-. 
As Jean Valjean in The bishop's candlesticks, por. 

.in group). Everybody's 21: 255. Ag09. 
Portrait. Les. W. 109: 247. S9,09. 
Hackett, Mrs., mother of J. K. Hackett. 
Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 22. J109. 
Hackett, Norman, actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: J13,09. 3(i). 
Hale, Louise Closser, author and actress. 
Portrait. Harp. W. 53: Ag21,09. 15. 
Hale, Walter, actor. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 2: 241. Ag09. 
Hall, Laura Nelson, actress. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: S4,09. 4.— Les. W. 109: 247. 
S9,09.— Theatre 10: 45. Ag09. 
Halsey, Forrest, dramatist. 

See Eimice. 
Hamilton, Cosmo, playwright. 

See Sense of humour, A. 
Hamilton, Elsie, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 15. J109. — Les. W. 109: 79. 
J122,09. 
Hamilton, Henry, actor and playwright. 

Portrait. Graphic 80: 298. S4,09. 
Hamlet, tragedy by Shakespeare. 

Women as Hamlet. Lit. D. 39: 167-70. J131,09. 
Women who have played Hamlet. N. Y. Dram. 62: 
J124,09. 3(i). 
Hammerstein, Oscar, manager, 1847-. 

Decorated by French government. Theatre 10: xii. 
S09. 
Handel-Mendelssohn festival. 

Production at Crystal Palace, London, Eng. 111. Lond. 
N. 135: 12(i). J13,09. 
Hannetons, Les, drama bv E. Brieux. 

Production at Hackett s theatre, N. Y. city. Pearson 
(N. Y.) 22: 372(i). S09. 
Happy marriage, play by C. Fitch. 

Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 47: 348. Ag09. 
Harlan, Otis, actor. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 102. J129,09. 
Harris, Elmer, dramatist. 

See Sham. 
Harris, Leonora, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 517. S09. — Les. W. 109: 151 
Agl2.09.— Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 229. Ag09. 
Harris, Saidie, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 17. J109. 
Hartley, Randolph, librettist. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: J117,09. 2{\). 
See Poia. 
Hartman, Gretchen, actress. 

Recollections by. G. Bk. Album 2: 528-31. S09 
Harvard University. 

Maude Adams's presentation of Joan of Arc. por il 
Lit. D. 39: 23-24. J13,09. 
Hauptmann, Gerhart, dramatist, 1862-. 

See Before dawn. 
Havana, musical comedy by L. Stuart. 

Scenes from (pictures). Met. M. 30: 454. J109 
Hawkins, Anthony Hope. See Hope, Anthony. 
Hegeman, Alice, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 23. J109. 
H^eman, Maurice, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 32. J109. 
Held, Anna (Mrs. Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr), actress, 1873- 

Portrait (with daughter). Theatre 10: 30. J109. 
Heimmgs, Fru, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 48. Ag09 



Henry VIII, drama by W. Shakespeare. 

Scene from (pictvire). N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag7,09. 7(i). 
Henry of Navarre, drama by W : Devereux. 

Production at New theatre, London, Eng. 111. Lond. 
N. 135: 150(i). 1124,09.— Munsey 41: 898(i). S09. 
Scene from (picture). Mimsey 41: 899. S09. 
Herbert, Joseph W., librettist. 

See Beauty spot, The. 
Herbert, Victor. 

and his band. "Lambs" group on ferry-boat "Annex." 
G. Bk. Album 2: 231. Ag09. 
Herford, Oliver, dramatist. 

See Florist shop. The. 
Heme, Chrystal, actress. 

Sketch, por. N. Y. Dram. 62: J124,09. 2(J-). 
Heme, Julie, actress. 

Portrait. Everybody's 21: 256. Ag09. 
Herron, Bertie, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 223. S2,09. 
High Jinks. See Redwood play. 
Hincldey, Allen Carter, opera singer, 1877-. 
Portrait. World To-Day 17: 827. Ag09. 
Hingston, Leota, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 79. J122,09. 
Hippodrome, The, N. Y. City. 

Popularity of. World To-Day 17: 700(i). J109. 
His borrowed plumes, drama by Mrs. G. Comwallis-West. 
Production at Hick's theatre, London, Eng. 111. 

Lond. N. 135: 38(i). J110,09. 
Synopsis, il. Putnam's 6: 766-67. S09. 
Hobart, G: V., librettist, 1867-. 

See Candy shop. 
Hoffman, Emma, opera singer. 

Portraits as Hermione. Mus. Cour. 59: Agl8,09. 1,16. 
Holland, Edmund Milton, actor, 1848-. 

As the bishop in The bishop's candlesticks, por. (in 
group). Everybody's 21: 255. Ag09. 
Holland, Mildred, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 61. Ag09. 
Homer, Mme. Louise, opera singer. 

Brief biography, por. Etude 27: 449-50. J109. 
Music after marriage and motherhood, por. Etude 27: 
443(J). J109. 
Hope, Anthony (Anthony Hope Hawkins), dramatist, 
1863-. 
E. H. Southern's call on. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: lOl(i). 
J109. 
Hopkins, May, actress. 

Portrait. Harp W. 53: Ag7,09. 14.— Pearson (N. Y.) 
22: 228. Ag09. 
House next door. The, comedy by J. H. Manners. 

Production at Gaiety theatre, N. Y. city. Pearson 

(N. Y.) 22: 93-5. J109. 
Scenes from (pictures). Met. M. 30: 449. J109. 
Synopsis, i). Hampton 23: 104-5. J109. 
House of Rimmon, The, drama by H: Van Dyke. 

Production at the Greek theatre, Berkeley, Cal. 
D. L. Levy. il. Overland n. s. 54: 170-6. Ag09. 
Howard, George, actor. 

Portrait (in group). Everybody's 21: 123. J109. 
Howard, G: Bronson, dramatist. 

See Only Law, The. 
Hoyt, Vonnie, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 14. J109. 
Hubbell, Raymond, composer. 

See Midnight sons. The. 
Hiighes, R.. dramatist, 1872-. 

See Bridge, The. 
Hurlbut, William J., dramatist. 
Portrait. Theatre 10: 32. J109. 
Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 2: 473. S09. 
See Fighting hope. 
See Writing on the wall. 
Ibsen, Henrik, dramatist, 1828-1906. 
Henrik Ibsen and the women of his dramas. il. 
A. vonEnde. Theatre 10: 48-50, 52, 54, vi. Ag09. 
Illica, Luigi, librettist. 

See Tess of the D'Urbervilles. 



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Irish people. 

and the stage, Floyd Davis. G. Bk. Album 2: 380-4. 
Ag09. 
Irving, George, actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: J124,09. 8(i). 
Irving, Isabel, actress, 1871-. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 151, Agl2,09; 109: 247. S9,09. 
—Theatre 10: 25. J109. 
Irving, Lawrence Sidney, actor, 1871. 

Portrait. Everybody's 21: 250. Ag09. 
Is matrimony a failvire?, farce adapted from the Ger- 
man by L. Ditrichstein. 
Author's principles as shown in its production. 

"Dramaticus." Graphic 80: 286(J). Ag28,09. 
Production at Belasco theatre, N. Y. City Ag. 24, 09. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: S4,09. 5(i).— J. S. Metcalfe. Life 
54:347(i). S9,09. 
Israel, drama by H: Bernstein. 

Plot. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 374-6. S09. 
Janis, Elsie, actress, 1890-. 
Portrait. Burr Mc. 19. J[109. 

Portrait (with Percy Janis). G. Bk. Album 2: 27. 
J109. 
Jefferson, Joseph, actor, 1829-1905. 

Portrait. New Eng. M. 40: 557. Je-J109. 
Portrait as Bob Acres, with W. Lackaye. G. Bk. Album 
2: 253. Ag09. 
Jeffrys, Ellis, actress. 

Portrait as Margaret Rolfe in Woman in the case. 111. 
Lond. N. 135: 262. Ag21,09. 
Jerome, Jerome Klapka, dramatist, 1859-. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 298. Ag28,09. 
Joan of Arc, drama by J : C. F : von Schiller. 

Produced at Harvard stadiiun Jtme 22, 1909. Cur. Lit. 
47:196-9. Ag09.— il. Lit. D. 39: 23-4. J13,09.— N. 
Y. Dram. 62: J13,09. 6.— il. Theatre 10: 7-10. 
J109; 10:38-9. Ag09.— World To-Day 17: 802-3. 
Ag09. — Anna A. Chapin. il. Met. M. 30: 516-26. 
Ag09. 
Spectator's account of Maude Adams' performance at 

Harvard. Outlook 92: 590-2. Jl 10,09. 
Farewell speech of Joan of Arc. Tr. by G: S. Viereck. 
Theatre 10: 81. S09. 
Johannes, Coimt, actor. 

Acting Hamlet behind a net. por. W. Steell. Theatre 
10: 78, 80-1. S09. 
Johnston, Mary, author. 
See Goddess of reason. 
Jones, Sidney, composer. 

See King of Cadonia. 
Kaelred, Katherine, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 223. S2,09. 
Work in A fool there was, etc. por. A. Patterson. 
Theatre 10: 13-14, 16, vi. J109. 
Kalich, Bertha, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 35. Ag09. 
Kalman, Emmerich, composer. 

See Gay Hussars, The. 
Kane, Genevieve, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 99. S09. 
Karsavina, Mile. Tamara, actress and dancer. Portraits. 
111. Lond. N. 135: 12, J13,09; 135: 81, J117,09. 
— Theatre 10: 51. Ag09. 
Kavanaugh, Mrs. F. E. 

Portrait as Mrs. Nathaniel Hawthorne in Westchester 
coimty pageant. Craftsman 16: 501. Ag09. 
Keane, Doris, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 225. J109. — Theatre 10: 74. 

S09. 
Portrait in A happy marriage. Everybody's 21: 127. 
J109. 
Kearney, Eileen, actress. 

Portrait as Sadhu in The beauty spot. Theatre 10: 14. 
J109. 
Keenan, Frank, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 36. Ag09. 
Keightley, Cyril, actor. 

Portrait (with Billie Burke) in Love watches. G. Bk. 
Albtun 2: 449. S09. 



Kellermann, Annette, swimmer. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 231. Ag09. 
Portrait playing diabolo. G. Bk. Album 2: 476. S09. 
Kemble, J: Philip, actor. 

Wax bust as Coriolanus. por. Connoisseur 24: 185-6. 
J109. 
Kennedy, Charles Rann, dramatist, 1871-. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 91. S09. 
Kern, G. Cecil, actress. 

Portrait. Bmr Mc. 19: J109. — Cosmopol. 47: 358. 
Ag09. 
Kerr, Frederick, actor. 

Portrait as Lord Emsworth in Best people. 111. Lond. 
N. 135: 298. Ag28,09. 
Kershaw, Willette, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 60. Ag09. 
King Lear, drama. 

Production at the Haymarket theatre, London. Max 
Beerbohm. Sat. R. 108: 348. S18,09. 
King of Cadonia, drama by F: Lonsdale and Sidney Jones. 
Production in London, Eng. il. Munsey 41: 902-3. 
S09. 
Klein, Charles, dramatist, 1867-. 

One of the "Merriwold dramatists." por. Bookman 
29:627-33. Ag09. 
Kousnietzoff, Mile., opera singer. 

Portrait as Mimi in La Bohteie 111. Lond. N. 135: 
46. J110,09.— Portrait. Graphic 80: 92. J117,09. 
Koslow, M. A., actor. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 81. J117,09. 
Portrait (in group). 111. Lond. N. 135: 81. J117,09. 
Lackaye, Wilton, actor. 

Portrait as Sir Lucius O'Trigger (in group). G. Bk. 
Album 2: 255. Ag09. 
La Femme X., drama by Alexander Bisson. 

Scene from (picture). Theatre 10: 6. J109. 
Lambs, The (actors' society). 

Dramatic baseball team of, N. Y. Polo grovinds Mr. 25, 

1886 (picture). G. Bk. Album 2: 10, 11. J109. 
"Lamb's gambol" of 1909. Group on ferry-boat 

"Annex." G. Bk. Album 2: 230. Ag09. 
"Lamb's gambol" of 1909. Scenes from (pictures). 
Burr Mc. 20: Ag09. 
Lawrence, Arthur. 

Portrait as the Honorable Frederic Phillipse in West- 
chester county pageant. Craftsman 16: 501. Ag09 
Lawrence, Mrs. Dudley. 

Portrait in 1848 costume. Craftsman 16: 501. Ag09. 
Portrait as Teuntje in Westchester county pageant. 
Craftsman 16: 501. Ag09. 
Lawson, Eleanor, actress. 

How chosen to play Trixie. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 
102(i). J109. 
Le Baron, Louise, opera singer. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 354. Ag09. 
Leblanc, Georgette (Mme. Georgette Leblanc-Maeter- 
linck), actress. 
Performance of Macbeth in an old French abbey. 

World To-Day 17: 913. S09. 
Portrait as Lady Macbeth." Graphic 80: 320. S4,09. 
Realization of Macbeth. A. F. Sanborn, il. Indep. 
67: 644-9. Si 6,09. 
Le Blanc, Maurice, plajrwright. 

See Arstee Lupin. 
Lee, Arthur, dramatist. 

See Eunice. 
Lee, Aiiriol, actress. 

Portrait as Sadie Adams in Fires of fate. 111. Lond. .N 
135: 298. Ag28,09. 
Le Guere, G:, actor. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 472. S09. 
Leonora, Mile., actress and dancer. 

Portraits as Psyche. Theatre 10: 33. J109. 
Leslie, Elsie, actress, 1881- 

Children on the stage, il. Cosmopol. 47: 267-77, 503- 

12. Ag, S09. 
Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 269. Ag09. 
Levi, M. 

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Levick, Gustavus, actor, 1854-1909. 

Obituary, por. J. E. Warren. N. Y. Dram. 62: 
J117.09. 13(1). 
Lewis, Ruby, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 15. J109. 
Lieb, Lora, actress. .^ . ^„ 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 244. Ag09.— Les W. 109: 
223. S2,09. 
Lieber, Fritz, actor. 

Career of. por. Theatre 10: 12(J). J109. 
Locke, Edward, dramatist, 1869-. 
Portrait. Theatre 10: 94. S09. 
See Climax. 
L6hr, Marie, actress. 

Portrait as Ophelia in Hamlet. 111. Lond. N. 135: 172. 
J131,09. 
Longfellow, Malvina, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 355. Ag09. — Everybody's 
21: 124. J109.— G. Bk. Album 2: 467. S09. 
Lonsdale, Frederick, playwright. 
See Best people. The. 
See King of Cadonia. 
Loomis, Estelle, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 513. S09. 
Lorraine, Alys, opera singer. 

Portrait. World To-Day 17, 831. 
Lorraine, Lillian, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 353. Ag09.— Les. W. 109: 

12. J11.09. 
Portrait as Aeroplane girl in Follies of 1909. Burr 
Mc. 20: S09. 
Lorraine, MoUie, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 466. S09. 
Love watches, drama by R. DeFlers and G. Caillavet. 
Novelization of (text). F. Jackson, il. G. Bk. Album 
2: 481-509. S09. 
Luders, Gustav, composer. 

See Fair co-ed. 
Lys, Mile, de, singer. 

Portrait 111. Lond. N. 135: 12. J13 09; 135: 172. 
J131,09. 
Macbeth, tragedy by W: Shakespeare 

Performance by Mme. Leblanc-Mseterlinck in an old 

French abbey. World To-Day 17: 913(i). S09. 
A realization of Macbeth as presented by Georgette 
Leblanc. A. F. Sanborn, il. Indep. 67: 644-9. 
S16,09. 
McCarthy, Justin Huntly, dramatist, 1860. 

Portrait. Graphic 80: 298. 54,09. 
Macdonnel, Kathleen, actress. 

Portrait. Canad. M. 33: 465. S09. 
MacDonough, G., librettist. 

See Midnight sons, The. 
Mcintosh, Burr, actor, 1862-. 

Portrait as Senator Langdon in A gentleman from 
Mississippi. World To-Day 17: 848. Ag09. 
Mclntyre, Frank, actor. 

Portraits. G. Bk. Album 2: 7. J109. 
McKay, Beatrice, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 228. Ag09.— Theatre 
10: 22. J109. 
Mackay, Eunice, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 513. S09. 
Mackaye, Percy Wallace, dramatist, 1875-. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 91. S09.— World To-Day 17: 

997. S09. 
See Pageants. 
See Theatre, Mackaye. 
See Wife of Bath and her lovers. 
MacLean, Alick, composer. 

See Maitre Seiler. 
McLennan, Francis, opera singer. 

Portrait. World To-Day 17: 824. Ag09. 
McRae, Bruce, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 10:74. S09.— Les. W. 109:175. 
Agl9,09. 
Maeterlinck, Mme. Georgette Leblanc-. See Leblanc, 

Georgette. 
Maeterlinck, Maurice, dramatist, 1862-. 

Translator and translated. Indep. 67: 666-8. S16,09. 
See Blue bird. The. 



Magdeleine, Madame, dancer. 

Hypnotic dances, por Putnam's 6: 500-1. J109. 
Maid of Orleans. See Joan of Arc 
Maitre Selier, opera by Alick MacLean. 

Production at Lyric theatre, London, Eng. 111. Lond. 
N. 135: 262, 298. Ag28,09. 
Man from Mexico, The, farce by H. A. Du Suchet. 

Scenes from (pictures). Met. M. 30: 452. J109. 
Man who stood still, The, drama by J. E. Goodman. 

Production at Circle theatre, N. Y. city. Munsey 41: 
581(i). J109. 
Mann, Louis, actor. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 454. S09. 
Mannering, Mary, actress, 1876—. 

Failures in N. Y. city. Munsey 41: 585 (i). J109. 
Manners, J. Hartley, dramatist. 

His work. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 93-8. J109. 

See Great John Ganton, The. 

See House next door. 

See Patriot. 
Mantell, Robert Bruce, actor, 1854-. 

Acting of. pors. as King Lear, Hamlet, Richard of 
Gloucester, Macbeth. W: Winter. Pac. Mo. 22: 
148-50. Ag09. 
Mantell, Mrs. Robert B. See Russell, Marie Booth. 
Mar, Carrie de, actress. 

Her experiences in the London music halls, por. N. Y. 
Dram. 62^117,09. 18(J). 
Marble heart. The, drama by C: Selby. 

Produced at Academy of music, N. Y. City. Theatre 
10: 2. J109. 
Marbury, Jane, actress. 

Portrait Les. W. 109:247. S9,09. 
Marcel, Lucille, opera singer. 

Portrait. Worid To-Day 17: 826. Ag09. 
Mariani, Frederico, dramatist. 

See Game of love. 
Marchesi-Coniglio, Adele, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 59: Agl8,09. 26(i). 
Marinoff, Farina, actress. 

In House next door. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 95(i). J109. 

Portrait. Met. M. 30: 590. Ag09. 

The marionette theatre. G. Bk. Album 2: 405-9. 
Ag09. 
Marlowe, Julia, actress, 1870-. 

Acting of. por. W: Winter. Pac. Mo. 22: 147, 151. 
Ag09. 

Acting with Sothem in N. Y. City, 1909. World To- 
Day 17: 700(i). J109. 

To play Hamlet. Lit. D. 39: 169-70. J131,09. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 512. S09. 

Portrait in Goddess of reason. Pearson (N. Y.) 22 
96, 101. J109. 

Portrait (with White Whittlesey) in The goddess of 
reason. Everybody's 21 : 125. J109. 

Portrait (in group) as Ophelia. Theatre 10: 1. J109. 
Marriage of a star, comedy by A. Bisson. 

Plot. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 102(i). J109. 
Marshall, Virginia, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 15. J109. 
Martin, Isadore, actress. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag21,09. 1. 
Masques. See Pageants. 
Massenet, Jules Emile Fr6d€ric, composer, 1842-. 

See Bacchus. 
Maugham, W: Somerset, dramatist, 1874-. 

His plays. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 369(i). S09. 

See Penelope. 
Maurel, Victor, opera singer, 1848-. 

Portrait. Lit. Lit. D. 39: 97. Jl 17,09. 
Maycliffe, Ruth, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 230. J109.— G. Bk. Album 
2: 8. J109. 
Melodrama. See Drama. 
Melting pot, The, drama by I. Zangwill. 

As produced in New York. Nation 89: 240. S9,09. 

Scenes from (text). Cur. Lit. 47: 189-96. Ag09. 
Merriwold, N. Y. 

Colony of playwrights in Catskill Mts. B. Millard, i 
Bookman 29: 627-33. Ag09. 



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Mid-Channel, drama by A. W. Pinero. 

Notice of. Max Beerbohm. Sat. R. 108: 310. Sll,09. 
Midnight sons, The, comic opera by R. Hubbell and G. 
MacDonough. 
Description of. G. Bk. Album 2: 441-2. Ag09. 
Production at Broadway theatre, N. Y. city. Munsey 

41:583-4. J109.— il. Theatre 10: 2-3,17. J109. 
Scene from. Les. W. 109: 79. J122,09. 
Milford, Miss Bliss, actress. 

G. Bk. Album 2: 26. J109. 
Millar, Gertie (Mrs. Lionel Monckton), actress. 

Portrait as Mary Gibbs in Our Miss Gibbs. Graphic 80: 
54. J110,09.— Munsey 41: 906. S09. 
Miller, H:, actor. 

Portrait. Met. M. 30: 732. S09. 
Millington, Gertrude, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 477. S09. 
Mr. Preedy and the countess, comedy by R. C. Carton. 

Plot. Mimsey 41: 900-2. S09. 
Mitchell, Dodson, actor. 

and wife (Alice Seymour). Portrait (in group). G. 
Bk. Album 2: 252. Ag09. 
Mizner, W., dramatist. 

See Only law. The. 
Modjeska, Helena, actress. 1844-1909. 

As I knew her. il. G. Bk. Album 2: 23. 174-8. J109. 
Fimeral party passes through New York. Putnam's 

6: 625. Ag09. 
Requiem mass at Chtu-ch of St. Stanislaus, N. Y. City. 
JI09. N. Y. Dram. 62: J110,09 ll(i). 
Mollusc, The, comedy by H. H: Davis. 

Fails in N. Y. city. Munsey 41: 580(i). J109. 
Revival at Empire theatre, N. Y. City. Theatre 10: 2. 
J109. 
Monckton, Lionel, composer. 

See Owr Miss Gibbs. 
Monckton, Mrs. Lionel. See Millar, Gertie, 
Montague, J., dramatist. 
See Narrow path. The. 
Montgomery, Dave, actor. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 2: 5. J109. 
Moore, Eva (Mrs. H: V. Esmond), actress. 
Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 228. Agl4,09. 
Portrait as Hon. Mrs. Bayle in Best people. 111. Lond. 
N. 135: 298. Ag28,09.— Graphic 80: 320. S4,09. 
Morin, Pilar, pantomimist. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag7,09. 6(i). 
Morris, Nina, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 175. Agl9,09; 109: 223. 
S2,09. 
Morris dances. 

In article on Country dancing. Spectator 103: 126(J) 
J124,09. 
Mortimer, Henry C, actor. 

Portraits in various characters. 7 pors. N. Y. Dram. 
62: Ag28,09. 1. 
Morton, James J., actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: J124,09. 1. 
Morton, Martha, dramatist. 

One of the "Merriwold dramatists." por. Bookman 
29: 627-33. Ag09. 
Morton, M., dramatist. 

See Detective Sparkes. 
Motor girl, The, comic opera by J. Edwards, C: J. Camp- 
bell and R. M. Skinner. 
Production at Lyric theatre, N. Y. City. Theatre 10: 

36, 63. Ag09. 
Scene from. Les. W. 109: 12. Jll,09. 
Moving pictures. 

Their present status and future possibilities. Scrib. M. 
46: 121-2. J109. 
Murray, Mae, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 12. Jll,09.— Met. M. 30: 589. 
Ag09. 
Narrow path. The, drama by John Montague. 

Production at the Hackett theatre, N. .Y City, May, 
09. Theatre 10: 4. J109. 
Nazimova, Mme. Alia, Russian actress. 

Portraits. G. Bk. Album. 2: 243. Ag09.— Met M. 30: 
588. Ag09.— Theatre 10: 48. Ag09. 



Neilson, Adelaide, actress, 1848-1880. 

as Juliet, por. Theatre 10: 82, 84 S09. 
Nesterosiska, Mile., dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 51. Ag09. 
Nethersole, Olga, actress, 1870-. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 80. S09.— Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 
98. 1109. 
Nevin, Albert, composer. 

See Po'ia. 
Niblo, Fred, actor. 

and wife (Miss Josephine Cohan). Portraits (in group) 
G. Bk. Album 2: 241. Ag09. 
Nielsen, Alice, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 59: Agl8,09. 28(J). 
Portrait as Rosina in Le Barbier de Seville. Theatre 10: 
77. S09. 
Nijinsky, M., dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 51. Ag09. 
Nillson, Carlotta, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 49. Ag09. 
Nirdlinger, C: Frederic, dramatist. 

See World and his wife. 
Nordica, Mme. Lillian, opera singer, 1859-. 

Brief biography, por. Etude 27: 449-50. J109. 
Portrait. III. Lond. N. 135: 198. Ag7,09. 
Wedding of. pors. Harp. W. 53: Ag21.09. 15. 
Norman, Christine, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: S09. 
North, Bobby, actor. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 151. Agl2,09. 
Norworth, Jack, actor. 

Portrait (with Mrs. Norworth). G. Bk. Album 2: 13 
J109. 
Novelli, Ermete, actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: JUO.OO. 5(i). 
O'Brien, Eugene, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 7. J109. 
O'Neill, Nance, actress. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 2: 14. J109. 
Only law. The, drama by Wilson Mizner and Geo. B. 
Howard. 
Criticism of new play. World To-Day 17:912. S09. 
Production at Hackett theatre, N. Y. City, Ag09. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: Agl4, 09. 5(i).— il. Theatre 10: 
iii, 73-4. S09. 
Opera. 

American singers in European opera-houses, by E. 

Hughes. World To-Day 17:. il. 824-832. Ag09. 

Endowed national opera. Graphic 80: 58 (J). J110,09 

List of American singers now engaged at the opera 

houses in this country and Europe. Mus. Cour. 59: 

Ag25.09. 18, 19. 

Melitz, Leo. The opera goers' complete guide, tr. by 

R: Salinger (review). Indep. 67: 147(i). J115.09. 
Requiem of a grand opera pioneer, pors. G: A. Davis. 

Theatre 10: 67-8. Ag09. 
Why American girls succeed. Mrs. C. Rider-Kelsey. 
por. Etude 27: 451-2. J109. 
Opera in America. 
Krehbiel. H: E: Chapters of opera (review). Indep. 

67: 368(f). Agl2,09. 
Hammerstein's educational season in N. Y. Lit. D. 

39: 135. J124,09. 
Italian Grand Opera Co. N. Y. City. Plans for 1909- 

10. Mus. Cour. 59: S1.09. 22(i). 
Season at Manhattan opera house, N. Y. city, 1909-10. 

111. Lond. N. 135: 228. Agl4,09. 
Season of 1908-9 in N. Y. City. R. H. Titherington. 
il. Munsey 41: 586-8. J109. 
Opera in Europe. 

New operas abroad. Etude 27: 586(i). S09. 
Season in London, Eng., 1909-10. 111. Lond. N. 135: 
228(i). Agl4,09. 
Opera, Comic. 

Musical comedy improving. World To-Day 17: 699 (i). 
J109. 
Opp, Julie (Mrs. W: Faversham), actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: S09.— Theatre 10: 43. Ag09. 
Osbom-Hannah, Jane, opera singer. 

Portrait. World To-Day 17: 829. Ag09 



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Othello. 

Study pnagram by Charlotte Porter and Helen A. 
Clarke. Poet Lore 20: 394-398. S-O09. 
Our American cousin, drama. 

History of. F: Reddale. G. Bk. Album 2: 93-7 
J109. 
Our Miss Gibbs, comic opera by Ivan Caryll and Lionel 
Monckton. 
Production at Gaiety theatre, London, Eng. Munsey 
41: 907 (J). S09. 
Outdoor plays. 

Outdoor plays, il. Cur. Lit. 47: 312-5. S09. 
Outdoor plays and pageants. P. MacKaye. il. Scrib. 

M. 46: 28-34. Jl09. 
Value of to America. Mary F. Roberts, il. Craftsman 

16: 491-506. Ag09. 
See also Bohemian club, San Francisco. 

Pageants. t, ,, t^ 

American pageants and their promise. P. MacKaye. 

il. Scrib. M. 46: 28-34. J109. 
Pageant at Bath, Eng., July, 1909. Scenes from (pic- 
tures). Graphic 80: 136. J131,09. 
Canterbury pilgrims by the Cobum players. Sarah F, 

Hitchcock, il. Burr Mc. 19: J109. 
A children's pageant. Liv Age 262: 49-52. J[13,09. 
High Jinks, the Redwood masque, California. il. 

Scribner 46: 28-34. J109. 
Gloucester (Mass.) pageant, Aug. 1909. il. Scrib. M. 46: 

28-34. J109. 
History of York (Eng.), depicted, il. 111. Lend. N. 

135: 160, Supp. 2-3. T131,09. 
Pageant at York (Eng.), July 26-31, 1909. Scene from 

(pictvu-e). Graphic 80: 136. J131,09. 
King Bladud's "Marienbad," Bath, Eng. Scenes from 

(pictures). III. Lond. N. 135: SupjJ. 4. Jfl24,09. 
St.-Gaudens masque, Cornish, N. H. il. Scrib. M. 46: 

28-34. J109. 
The value of outdoor plays to America. Mary F. 

Roberts. il. Craftsman 16: 491-506. Ag09. 
Wales. National pageant at Cardiff, July, 09. il. 
111. Lond. N. 135: 160, Supp. 1, 4. J131,09.— Scene 
from (picture). Graphic 80:83. J117,09; 80: 136. 
J131,09 
Westchester cotmty (N. Y.) historical pageant. Mary 
F. Roberts, il. Craftsman 16:501-6. Ag09. — Scene 
from (picture). Cur. Lit. 47: 315. S09. 
Palmer, Clara, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 353. Ag09.— Les. W. 109: 12. 
Jll,09. 
Pantomime. 

In vaudeville, pors. N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag7,09. 3. 6. 
Parker, F or a, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 460. S09. 
Patti, Adelina, opera singer, 1843-. 

Portrait (in group). Theatre 10: 68. Ag09. 
Pauline, Dr. J. R , entertainer. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: J117,09. 1. 
Pawlowa, Mile. Anna, dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 24. J109; 10: 83. S09. 
Portraits; two poses. Graphic 80: 54. J110,09. 
Pelissier, H. G., actor. 

Pelissier's Potted Plays, being burlesques by The 
Follies. Mvmsey 41: 905-6. S09. 
Penelope, comedy by W: S. Maugham. 
Plot. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 369-70. S09. 
Production at London, Eng. il. Munsey 41 : 898-900. 
S09. 
Pin and the pudding. The, comedy. 

Brief outline of. Graphic 80: 298(i). S4,09. 
Pinero, Sir Arthur Wing, playwright, 1855-. 
Knighting of. Graphic 80: 22(i). J13,09. 
See Mid-Channel. 
Pinto, Effingham, actor. 

Career of. por. Theatre 10: 29-30. Jlb9. 
Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 240. Ag09. 
Playwriting. 

Vice of. J L. Williams. Met. M. 30: 680-684 S09. 



Plot. 

The long arm of coincidence. Brander Matthews. 

Forum 42: 31-40. J109. 
Repetition of plot. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 369(i). S09. 
Po'ia, opera by A. Nevin. 

To be produced at the Berlin Royal Opera, il. Lit. D 
39: 55-56. J110,09. 
Pollock, Channing, critic. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 2: 473. S09, 
Porter, Olive, ciramatist. 
See Ringmaster, The. 
Post, Guy Bates, actor 

Portrait (in group) as John Stoddard in The bridge. 
Theatre 10: 46. Ag09. 
Potter, Mrs. James Brown-, actress. 

Portrait as Helene in The devil. 111. Lond. N. 135: 262. 
Ag21,09. 
Poimd, Louie, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109 : 247. S9,09. 
Powell, Mabel, actress. 

Portraits. G. Bk. Album 2: 475. S09. 
Prentice, Beatrice, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: Ag09. — Theatre 10: 24. J109. 
Press cuttings, drama by G. B. Shaw. 
Censored. Graphic 80: 22(i). J13,09. 
Production in London, Eng. 111. Lond. N. 135: 108. 

J117,09. 
Prohibited in England. Lit. D. 39: 206. Ag7,09. 
Summary of . "Dramaticus." il. Graphic 80: 126(1) 
J124.09. 
Raleigh, Cecil, playwright. 

Portrait. Graphic 80: 298. S4,09. 
Rains, L6on, opera singer, 1870-. 

Portrait. World To-Day 17:824. Ag09. 
Rayo, Mile., dancer. 

Portrait. Hampton 23: 106. J109. 
Ray, Gabrielle, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 372. S09. 
Redwood play. High Jinks. 

A pageant-masque, by the Bohemian Club of San Fran- 
cisco. P. MacKaye. il. Scrib. M. 46: 28-34. J109. 
Reed, Florence, actress. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: J13,09. 1. 
Rehan, Ada, actress, 1860-. 

Portrait by Sargent. McClure's 33, 389. Ag09. 
Rehearsing. 

Behind the scenes with The merry widow company 
(pictures of groups). G. Bk. Album 2: 234-7. Ag09. 
Reicher, Hedwig, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: Ag09. — Les. W. 109: 223. 

S2,09.— Harp. W. 53: J13,09. 14. 
To appear on English-speaking stage. Pearson (N. Y.) 
22: 376(i). S09.— N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag21,09. 2(i). 
Rennyson, Gertrude, singer. 

As Elsa. por. Mus. Coiu-. 59: Sl,09. 1,9. 
Rhodes, Harrison G., dramatist, 1871-. 

See Gentleman from Mississippi, A 
Richard III. 

Fumess, Horace Howard, ed. The tragedy of Richard 
the third (Variorum Shakespeare) (review). Indep. 
67: 91(i). J18,09. 
Ring, Blanche, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 151. Agl2,09 — Met. M. 30: 737. 

S09.— Theatre 10: 31. J109. 
Portraits (six). Burr Mc. 20: Ag09. 
Ringmaster, The, drama by Olive Porter. 

Production at Maxine Elliott's theatre, N. Y. City 
Ag9,09. N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag21,09. 5(J).— Theatre 
10: 76-7, xi S09. 
Production at Yorkville theatre, N. Y. City. S09. 

J.S.Metcalfe. Life 54: 347(i). S9,09. 
Scene from (picture). Les. W. 109: 199. Ag26,09. 
Robe rouge, La. See Arm of the law. 
Robert the devil, comic opera. 

Scene from (picture). 111. Lond. N. 135: 80. J117,09. 
Robertson, Forbes, actor, 1853-. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 375. S09.— Theatre 10: 
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Robin Hood, masque. 
Robin Hood in Jones Street. Zona Gale. il. Outlook 
92: 439-46. J109. 
Robson, Eleanor, actress. 

Portrait. Met. M. 30: 731. S09.— Les. W. 109: 53 
J115,09. 
Rockwell, Florence, actress, 1880-. 
Portrait. Theatre 10: 93. S09. 
Roebuck, Mabel, actress. 

In House next door. por. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 93-5. 
J109. 
Rosay, M. Georges, actor. 
Portrait as Chief of the Bouffons in Le Pavilion 
D'Armide. 111. Lond. N. 135: 81. J117,09. 
Rose, Florence, opera singer. 

Portrait. World To-Day 17: 825. Ag09. 
Rose, Ruth, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 513. S09. 
Russell, Annie (Mrs. Oswald Yorke), actress. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 2: 249. Ag09. 
Russell, Henry. 

Director Boston opera house. Portrait. Mus. Cour. 
59:1121,09. 25. 
Russell, Lillian, actress, 1861-. 

Portrait. Met. M. 30: 598. Ag09.— G. Bk. Album 2: 

453. S09.— Theatre 10: 71. S09. 
Portrait (in group with Blanche Bates and Mrs. S. 
Westford). G. Bk. Album 2: 233. Ag09. 
Russell, Marie Booth (Mrs. Robert B. Mantell), actress. 
Acting of. por. Pac. Mo. 22: 145, 151. Ag09. 
Portrait. BurrMc. 19: J109.— N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag28,09. 
4. 
Rutter, Louise, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 229. J109. 
Ryan Elsa, actress. 

Portrait. Overland n. s. 54: 103. J109. 
Ryan, Mary, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 223. Ag09. — Theatre 10: 
52. Ag09. 
Saharet, Austrian dancer. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 19: J109. 
Saint-Gaudens masque, by L. E. Shipman. 

Given at Cornish, N. H. il. Scrib. M. 46: 28-34. J109. 
St. Leon, Elsie, actress. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: JllO.OO. 19(i). 
St. Leon, Ida, actress. 

How she was trained by Mabel Taliaferro, pors. G: J. 

Nathan, il. Burr Mc. 20: 809. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109:223. S2,09. 

Saltzmann-Stevens, Minnie, opera singer. 

Career of. por. E. L. Theatre 10: 56-57. Ag09. 
Salvation Nell., play by E: Sheldon. 

Scene from Mrs. Fiske's production at San Francisco 
(picture). Overland n. s. 54: 99. J109. 
Sammarco, singer. 

Portrait as Alec D'Urberville in Tess of the D'Urber- 
villes. 111. Lond. N. 135: 75. J 117,09. 
Samson, drama by H. Bernstein. 

Production at Criterion theatre, N. Y. Mimsey 41: 
575-6. J109. 
Santley, Joseph, actor. 

See Actors. — Boy actors. 
Sapio, Mme. Clementine de Vere, opera singer. 
Portrait. Mus. Cotir. 59: J114,09. 18(i). 
Portrait as Thirza in The wreckers. 111. Lond. N. 135: 
46. J110,09. 
Scheff, Mme. Fritzi, actress. 

Portrait. Met. M. 30: 739. S09. 
Schiller, George, actor. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 102. J129,09. 
Schiller, Johann Christoph Friedrich von, dramatist, 
1759-1805. 
See Joan of Arc. 
Schofield, Charles, actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag21,09. 1. 
School dramatics. 

Pied Piper of Hamelin, Dramatization of (text). Grace 
E SeekelL Sch. Ed. 29: 16-22. S09. 



School for scandal, drama by R: B. Sheridan. 

Production at His Majesty's theatre, London, Eng. 
111. Lond. N. 135: 150(i). J124,09. 
Schumann-Heink, Mme. Ernestine opera singer, 1861. 
Music after marriage and motherhood, por. Etude 27: 
444(J). J109. 
Sears, Zelda, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Albiim 2: 463. S09. 
Sdby, C:, dramatist, -1863. 

See Marble heart. The- 
Sembrich, Mme. Marcella, opera singer, 1858-. 

Music after marriage and motherhood, por. Etude 27: 
444(J). J109. 
Sense of humotir. A, comedy by C. Hamilton and B. 
Faber. 
Brief outline of . por. Graphic 80: 298(i). S4,09. 
Seymotor, Alice (Mrs. Dodson Mitchell), actress. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 2: 252. Ag09. 
Seymoure, Lillian, actress. 

Por. N. Y. Dram. 62: J124,09. 3(i). 
Shakespeare, William, dramatist, 1564-1616. 

Comparison of Shakespeare production in England and 
Germany. Shakespeare and the modem German 
stage. Liv. Age 262: 195-203. J124,09. 
Contemporary portrait Theatre 10: 92. S09. 
Foster, J: A Shakespeare word-book (review). Indep. 

67: 91(i). J18,09. 
Johnson, C: F. Shakespeare and his critics, (review). 

Indep. 67: 90(J). J18,09. 
Lee, S. Life of William Shakespeare (review). Cur. 

Lit. 47: 88-9. J109.— Indep. 67: 90(i). J18,09. 
Shakespeare and his famous contemporaries. W. J. 

Price, pors. Mvmsey 41: 755-65. Ag09. 
His superior kind of criminals. Lit. D. 39: 239-40. 

Agl4,09. 
Swinburne, Algernon C: Three plays of Shakespeare 

(review). Indep. 67: 90-1 (i). J18,09. 
Three centuries of Shakespeare. Cur. Lit. 47: 86-9. 

J109. 
Twain, Mark. Is Shakespeare dead? (review). Cur. 

Lit. 47: 86-7. J109.— Indep. 67: 90(i). J 18,09. 
See Antony and Cleopatra. 
See Hamlet. 
See Macbeth. 
See Othello. 
Sham, comedy by Geraldine Bonner and Elmer Harris. 

Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 105-6. J109. 
Shaw, George Bernard, dramatist, 1856-. 

Apropos of some published plays. Bookman 30: 15-8. 

S09. 
Chesterton, G. K. G: Bernard Shaw (review). A. St. 
J. Adcock. Bkman. 36: 270-1. S09. — Graphic 80: 
292. S4,09. 
Some misconceptions concerning Shaw. F. Grendon. 

Poet Lore 20: 376-86. S-O09. 
Portrait. Putnam's 6: 639. Ag09. 
Portrait: a study by Mr. Histed. Graphic 80: 293. 

S4,09. 
Speech at Poets' club, London, Eng. Mimsey 41: 

907(g). S09. 
See Admirable Bashville, The. 
See Press Cuttings. 

See Showing up of Blanco Posnet, The. 
Shaw, Mary, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 48. Ag09. 
Sheldon, Edward, dramatist. 

See Salvation Nell. 
Shepherd, Leonard, actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: J124,09. 7(i). 
Sheridan, Mary, actress. 

As Mrs. Van Brunt in The sign of the Rose. por. (in 
group). Theatre 10: 61. Ag09. 
Sheridan, R: Brinsley, dramatist, 1751-1816. 

See School for scandal. 
Sherwood, Phyllis, actress. 

Portrait. 63smopol. 47: 359. Ag09. 
Shipman, L. E., author. 
See Saint-Gaudens masque. 



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Showing up of Blanco Posnet, The, drama by G: B. 
Shaw. 
Production at the Abbey Street Theatre, Dublin. Lord 
Dunsany. Sat. R. 108:254. Ag28,09.— "Drama- 
ticus." Graphic 80: 286(i). Ag28,09. 
Siddons. Mrs. Sarah (Kemble), actress, 1755-1831. 
Wax bust as Lady Macbeth, por. Connoisseur 24: 
185-6. J109. 
Sign of the Rose, The, drama by C: T. Dazey. 

Production at the Colonial theatre, N. Y. City. il. 
Theatre 10: 61. Ag09. 
Sills, Milton, actor. 

Portrait Theatre 10: 7. J109. 
Silver box. The, drama by J. Galsworthy. 

Played at Empire theatre, N. Y. City. Pearson (N.Y.) 
22: 229(i). Ag09. 
Simpson, Violet, dramatist. 
See Bonnet conspirators. 
Skinner, Otis, actor, 1858-. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109:247. S9,09.— Theatre 10: 74. 
S09. 
Sleeping beauty, drama. 

Production in Bucharest, Roumania, by members of the 
royal family. Scene from (picture). Theatre 10: 34. 
J109. 
Slezak, Leo, opera singer, 1874-. 

Career of. pors. Theatre 10: 42. Ag09. 
Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: J110,09. 2(i). 
As Raotil in The Huguenots, por. Theatre 10: 42. 
Ag09. 
Smith, H. B., librettist. 

See Follies of 1909. 
Smith, Winchell, dramatist. 

See Via wireless. 
Smithson, Florence, actress. 

Portrait as Sombra. Graphic 80: 184. Ag7,09. 
Smyth, Ethel M., composer. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 80. J117,09. 
See Wreckers, The. 
Socialism. 

on the stage. C: W, Collins. G. Bk. Album 2: 283-7. 
Ag09. 
Southern, Edward Hugh, actor, 1859-. 
Acting with Julia Marlowe in N. Y. City, 1909. World 

To-Day 17: 700(i). J109. 
Career of. Hampton 28: 103-4. J109. 
At New theatre, N. Y. City. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: lOl(i). 

J109. 
Portrait (in group) as Hamlet. Theatre 10: 1. J109. 
Portraitas Richelieu. Hampton 23: 104. J109. 
Sousa, John Philip, band master and composer, 1856-. 

Correction regarding, por. Theatre 10: 77. S09. 
Spooner, Cecil (Mrs. C: E. Blaney), actress. 

Portrait in fishing costvune. G. Bk. Album 2: 465. S09. 
Stanford, H:, actor. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Albimi 2: 471. S09. 
Starr, Frances, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109:223. S2,09.— N. Y. Dram. 62: 

J124,09. 4(i). 
Portrait (caricature). G. Bk. Album 2: 1. J109. 
Her stage history, por. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 98-100. 
J109. 
Staunton, Virginia, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 44. Ag09. 
Steinhardt, Virginia, actress. 

Portrait. Everybody's 21: 121. J109. 
Stevensrm, Charles A., actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 7. J109. 
Stone, Fred, actor. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 2: 5. J109. 
Strauss, Richard, composer, 1864-. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 262. Ag21,09. 
Strife, drama by J : Galsworthy. 

Plot. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 229-31. Ag09. 
Stuart, Leslie, comjxjser. 

See Havana. 
Sutro, Alfred, dramatist, 1863-. 

Portrait. Graphic 80: 298. S4,09. 



Sylva, Mme. Marguerita, opera singer. 
Portrait. Van N. 5: 557. Ag09. 
Portrait as Manon. Theatre 10: 77. S09. 
Taliaferro, Mabel (Mrs. Frederic Thompson), actress, 

1887-. 
How she trained Ida St. Leon. pors. G: J. Nathan. 

il. Burr. Mc. 20: 809. 
Portrait. Harp. W. 53: Sll,09. 14.— Les. W. 109: 12. 

Jll,09; 109:199. Ag26,09.— Met. M. 30: 730. S09.— 

Theatre 10: 71. S09. 
Her reminiscences of girlhood. G. Bk. Alb\mi 2: 232-7. 

Ag09. 
She is an actress, por. Success 12: 494-5, 526. Ag09. 
Tarkington, Newton Booth, author, 1869-. 

as dramatist. W. Comstock. G. Bk. Album 2 : 338-42 

Ag09. 
See Man from home. 
Taylor, Laurette, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 22. J109. 
Tempest, Marie Susan (Mrs. C. Cosmo Gordon-Lennox), 

actress, 1866-. 
In Penelope, il. Munsey 41: 898-900. S09. — por. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 369-70. S09. 
Temple, Olive, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 24. J109. 
Tess of the D'Urbervilles, opera by L. Illica and P. 

d'Erlanger. 
Criticism of. il. Graphic 80: 126(i). T124,09. 
Production at Covent Garden, London, Eng. il. Harp. 

W. 53: S4,09. 15.— il. 111. Lond. N. 135: 75,80. 

J117,09.— Filson Young. Sat. R. 108: 75-6. J117,09. 
Scene from. Graphic 80: 79. J117,09. 
Tetrazzini, Luisa, opera singer. Portrait. Etude 27: 439. 

J109. 
Thalia's teacup, drama by Norreys Connell. 

Production at The Court theatre, London, Eng. 111. 

Lond. N. 135: 180(i). J131,09. 
Theatre. See also Theatres. 

Are theatres immoral? Reply to Harry Lauder's 

criticism. "Dramaticus." Graphic 80: 86(i) J117,09. 
The decent plays. A list of present -time plays to 

which no exception, moral or artistic, can be taken. 

W. R. Eaton, il. Woman's Home Com. 36: S09, 

7, 60. 
Jews called upon to uplift the theatre. Lit. D 39: 

345-46 S4,09 
The modem stage decadent Zitella Cocke, il. New 

Eng. M. 40: 553-559. Je-J109. 
Present condition of the stage. Lit. D. 39:278. Ag21,09. 
Some odd superstitions of the stage. B. R. Winslow. 

Theatre 10: 31-32. J]09. 
Theatre and the system, il. Alan Dale. Cosmopol. 47: 

219-24. J109. 
Theatrical reform. Bk. News 27: 853(8). J109. 
Theatre in America. 

Season of 1909-10. Theatre 10: 70-73. S09.— J. 

Briscoe. G. Bk. Album 2: 605-16. S09. 
MacKaye, Percy. The playhouse and the play (review) . 

Indep. 67: 93(i). J18,09.— Bk. News 27: 874-5. 

J109.— Bookman 29: 472-3. J109. , 
Theatre in Europe. 

England, Repertory theatre in. E: Gamett. Nation 

89: 125-6. Ag5,09. 
Norway, The theatre in. Sofie Bemhoft-Jebe. G. Bk. 

Album 2: 179-85. J109. 
Spain, National theatre for. Nation 89: 19-20. Jll,09. 
Theatre buildings. 

Chicago, 111., The new Blackstone theatre, il. N. Y. 

Dram. 62: J131,09. (9^). 
McCook, Neb., Masonic Temple theatre, il. N. Y. 

Dram. 62: S4,09. 10(i). 
New York City, Comedy theatre. Lew'Fields and Lee 

Shubert laying comer stone (picture). G. Bk. Album 

2: 16. J109. 
N. Y. City. The New theatre. Plan of. Theatre 10: 59 

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Theatre — Stage scenery. 

Psychology of the stage stwich-board. M. J. Moses, il. 

Theatre 10: 64-66, vii. Ag09. 
Some stage effects and how they are done. il. Theatre 
10: 55. Ag09. 
Theatres in America. 

N. Y. City. Children's theatre. Dissolution. N. Y. 

Dram. 62: Ag21,09. 8(i). 
N. Y. City. Children's theatre, East Side. Work of 

O.H.Dunbar. Harp. W. 43: 851-6. S09. 
N. Y. City. The Little theatre. N. Y. Dram. 62: J110,09 

3, 4. 
N. Y. City. Manhattan theatre. History of. il. Theatre 

10: 28. J109. 
N. Y. City. The New theatre and its problems. E. F. 

Coward, il. Theatre 10: 58-60. Ag09. 
N. Y. City. The New theatre. Prospects of. Pearson 

(N. Y.) 22: lOl(J). J109. 
N. Y. City. The New theatre holds rights to La Foi. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 372-3. S09. 
Williamsburg, N. Y., Phillip's Lyceum. N. Y. Dram. 
62: J13,09. 8(i). 
Theatres in Europe. 

England. Burbage's theatre. C. C. Stopes. Fortn. 92: 
149-159. J109. 
Theatrical syndicate. 

as J. J. Shubert sees it. Lit. D. 39: 309-10. Ag28,09. 
Thomas, Augustus, playwright, 1859-. 

Methods of work. por. V. W. Brooks. World's Work 
18: 11882-5. Ag09. 
Thompson, Mrs. Frederic. See Taliaferro, Mabel. 
Thiu^ton, Adelaide, actress. 
Les. W. 109:223. S2,09. 
Titcomb, La belle, the "Singer on horseback." 

Sketch, por. G. Bk. Album 2: 15, 222-3. J109. 
Tree, Sir Herbert Beerbohm, actor-manager, 1853-. 
Knighting of. Graphic 80: 22(i). J13,09. 
Portrait as Malvoho. 111. Lond N. 135: 13. J13,09. 
Wit of. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 374(i). S09. 
His work in School for scandal. 111. Lond. N. 135: 
150(i) J124,09 
Troutman, Hazel, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 199. Ag26,09. 
Troutman, Ivy, actress. 

Portrait 6>smopol. 47: 228. J109. — Theatre 10: 44. 
Ag09. 
Tucker, George Loane, actor. 

Notice of. por. N. Y. Dram. 62: Agl4,09. 1, 8. 
Tumour, Thomas Godfrey, pantomimist. 

Biographical, por. N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag7,09. 8(J). 
Two little vagabonds, drama by M. Decourcelle. 

Production at Lyceum theatre, Lond., Eng. 111. 
Lond. N. 135: 180. J131,09. 
Understudies. 

Gloomy life of the understudy. G: C. Jenks. Theatre 
10: 98-100. S09. 
Valentine, Elizabeth, actress. 

Notice of. por. N Y. Dram. 62: Ag7,09. 1, 4. 
Valli, Valli, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 199. Ag26.09. 
Van Alstyne, E., composer. 

See Broken Idol, A. 
Van Dresser, Marcia, actress and opera singer. 

Portrait. World To-Day 17: 829. Ag09. 
Van Dyke, Henry, dramatist. 

See House of Rimmon. 
Van Studdiford, Grace, actress. 
Portrait. Burr Mc. 19: J109. 
Vassilieva, Mile. M , dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 51. Ag09. 
Vaudeville. 

Houses for vaudeville in N. Y. City. Mimsey 41: 

584(i). T109. 
Rise of, and its "impressarios." E. W. Sargent. G. Bk. 

Album 2: 560-4. S09. 
Tabloid drama. H.Davis, il. Everybody's 21: 249- 
57. Ag09. 
Vendetta, "nie, by Marie Corelli. 

Scene (picture) from dramatized version as acted in 
Japan. Bookman 29: 462. J109. 



Via wireless, drama by Paul Armstrong and Winchell 
Smith. 
Production at Liberty theatre, N. Y. Munsey 41: 
576 (i). J109. 
Voe, Madge, actress. 

Portrait as Sing Wee in The beauty spot. Les. W. 
109:102. J129,09. 
Voleiir, Le, drama by Bernstein. 

Production at Ade'phi theatre, London, Eng. 111. 
Lond. N. 135: 32(i). J13,09. 
Wagner, R:, 1813-83. 

Letters to Minna Wagner his first wife (review). 

Bkman (Lond.) 36: 226. Ag09. 
Neumann, Angelo. Personal recollections of Wagner 
(review). F. R. Burton. Forum 42: 85-88. J109. 
Wainwright, Marie, actress, 1853-. 

Portrait. New Eng. M 40: 558. Je-JJ09. 
Walker, Antoinette, actress. 

Portrait as Jenny in The music master. Cosmopol. 47: 
514. S09. 
Walker, Charlotte, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 70. S09 
Walker, Edyth, opera singer. 

Portrait. World To-Day 17: 827. Ag09. 
Walker, Lewis, actor. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 376. S09. 
Walker, Starr King, actor. 

Career of. Theatre 10: 12(J). J109. 
Walter, Eugene, dramatist. 

See Easiest way, The. 
Walton, Fred, pantomimist. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag7,09. 6(i). 
Ware, Helen, actress. 

Sketch, por. N. Y. Dram. 62: Agl4,09. 2(i). 
In The third degree, por. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 223-6. 
Ag09. 
Warfield, David, actor, 1865-. 

Portrait as The music master. Graphic 80: 22. 
J13,09. 
Warner, H B., actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 71. S09. 
Watson, Leona, actress. 

Career of. por. X. X. Theatre 10: 29-30. J109. 
Portrait. World To-Day 17: 913. S09. 
Webb, Nella, actress. 

Portrait as Angelica in The girl from Rector's. Theatre 
10: 66. Ag09. 
Webster, Ben, actor. 

Portraits as Colonel Egerton in Fires of fate. 111. 
Lond. N. 135: 298. Ag28,09. 
Weldon, Henry, opera singer. 

Portrait. World To-Day 17: 831. Ag09. 
Welsh national pageant. 

Held at Cardiff, Wales, il. 111. Lond. N. 135: 160, 

Supp. 1, 4. J131,09. 
Pageant at Cardiff, July 26-Aug. 7, 1909. Scenes 
from (pictures). Graphic 80:83. J117,09; 80: 136. 
J131.09. 
Wentworth, Lura, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 79. J122,09. 
Portrait as Ruth Rittenhouse in The motor girl. 
Theatre 10: 98. S09. 
West, Mrs. G: Comwa]lis-(Lady Randolph Spencer 
Churchill), dramatist. 
Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 46. J110,09. 
See His borrowed plumes. 
Westchester county (N. Y.) historical pageant. 

Scene from (picture). Cior. Lit. 47: 315. S09. — Crafts- 
man 16: 501-4. Ag09. 
Westley, John, actor. 

Career of. por. H. G. Baker. Theatre 10: 40. Ag09. 
What every woman knows, drama by J. M. Barrie. 
Scenes from (pictures). Met. M. 30: 457. J109. 
What the public wants, drama by Arnold Bennett. 
Plot, and production in London, Eng. Munsey 41: 
896-8. S09. 
Whitehill, Garence, opera singer. 

Portrait. World To-Day 17: 827. Ag09. 



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Whitford. Annabelle. actress. , ,„„„ ^ o, 

Portrait as bathing girl in Follies of 1908. G. Bk. 
Album 2: 25. jfOQ. 
Whitmore, Vida, actress. ^^ , ,r. ,= 

Portrait. Met. M. 30: 590. Ag09.— Theatre 10: 15. 
J109. 
Whittlesey, White, actor. 

Portrait (with Julia Marlowe), in The goddess of 
reason Everybody's 21: 125. J109. 
Wiesenthal, Grete, Elsa and Berta, dancers. 

Portraits in costume. 111. Lond. N. 135: 198. Ag7,09. 
Wife of Bath and her lovers, drama by P. Mackaye. 
Scene from (picture). Craftsman 16: 500. Ag09. 
Williams, Hattie, actress. „ . „„ ,„„,,n 

In Marriage of a star. por. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 102(i). 

J109. 
Portrait. Les. W. 109:151. Agl2,09; 109: 247. 
S9,09. 
Wills, Ivah, actress. 

As the Prioress in Canterbury pilgrims, por. Theatre 
10: 97. S09. 
Wilson, Francis, actor, 1854-. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 70. S09. 
Winter, William, critic. 

The reason why he retired from the N. Y. Tribime. 

por. N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag28,09. 7(J). 
Resignation from N Y. Tribune staff, por. Lit. D. 39: 
312(i). Ag28,09.— J. S. Metcalfe. Life 54: 346-7. 
S9,09.— Indep. 67: 487-8. Ag26,09. 
Wise, T:, actor and dramatist. 

As Senator Langdon in A gentleman from Mississippi. 

por. Cur. Lit. 47: 81. J109. 
See Gentleman from Mississippi, A. 
Woman's way, play by Thompson Buchanan. 

Scene from (picture). Cosraopol. 47: 223. J109. 
Women. 

who have played Hamlet. Lit. D. 39: 169-70. J131,09. 
Woodruff, Henry, actor. 
See Actors. — Boy actors. 



F. Nirdlinger, adapted 
Munsey 41: 

J109.— Les. W. 109: 



Jl 17.09. 



Cosmopol. 



World and his wife, drama by C 
from El Gran (^aleoto. 

Production at Daly's theatre, N. Y 
576(i). J109. 
Worthing, Frank, actor. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 21 
247. S2,09. 
Wreckers, The, opera by Ethel M. Smyth. 

Plot and criticism. Graphic 80: 26(i). J13,09. 

Scene from (picture). 111. Lond. N. 135: 46. J110,09 
Writing on the wall, drama by W: J. Hurlbut. 

Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 47: 351. Ag09. 

Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: lll(J). J109. 
Wullner, Ludwig, singer. 

A creative singer, por. Lit. D. 39: 97-98 
Wurster, Emily, actress. 

Career of. Theatre 10: 12. J109. 

Portrait as the child in A fool there was 
47: 515. S09. 
Wyndham, Sir Charles, bart., actor, 1841-. 

In The Mollusc, por. Theatre 10: 2. J109. 

Portrait. Met. M. 30: 728. S09. 
Yeamans, Annie, actress. 

por. N. Y. Dram. 62: Ag7,09. 2(i). 
York (Eng.) pageant, July 26-31, 1909. 

Illustrating history of city. il. 111. Lond. N. 135: 160 
Supp. 2, 3. J131,09. 

Scene from (picture). Graphic 80: 136. 
Yorke, Alice, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 151. Agl2,09. 
Yorke, Oswald, husband of Annie Russell. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 248. Ag09. 
Zangwill, Israel, dramatist, 1864-. 

See Melting pot. The. 
Zenatello, Signor, opera singer. 

As Angel Clare in Tess of the D'Urbervilles. Harp. 
W. 53:S4,09. 15.— 111. Lond. N. 135: 172. J131,09. 



J131,09. 




Vol. 6 



Bulletin of Bibliography 

Magazine Subject-Index — Dramatic Index 

JANUARY. 1910 



No. 2 



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Vol. 6 No. J 



LIBRAB7 PERIODICALS. 

By Helen E. Haines, Pasadena, Cal, 



Part II. 



In Ireland a library association (Cuntann na 
Leabarlann) has existed since June 2, 1904, and 
has published at infrequent intervals An Leabar- 
lann {The Library) its official organ which is sent 
free to all members of the association. The 
first nvunber of this periodical was for January, 
1905, covering seventy-eight pages, and gave 
an account of the objects of Cumann, together with 
its constitution, membership, etc. Alternate 
articles were in English and in Irish, but notes, 
reviews, etc., in En^sh. 

The only other English library periodical that 
demands notice is the Library Record of Aus- 
tralasia, the short-lived organ of the Library Asso- 
ciation of Australasia and the only exponent of 
library journalism on the other side of the world. 
This was published as a quarterly during 1901 
and was a brave effort to advance organized 
library development in Australia. The Australa- 
sian Library Association was formed in May, 1896, 
and held four or five meetings during succeeding 
years; and the Library Record was begun in the 
hope that it might prove a permanent meditun 
of commxini cation between Australian librarians. 
That hope was not fulfilled, the expense involved 
proving beyond any possible returns; the associa- 
tion is suspended, having held no meetings since 
1902, and the Library Record was discontinued 
toward the end of that year. 

Library periodicals in other countries must be 
briefly noted. Germany stands first, with the 
Zentralblatt fiir Bibliothekswesen, established in 
1883, which has maintained an honorable exist- 
ence as one of the best library publications extant. 
It is, of course, much more scholarly in character 
than the English or American publications, its 
special characteristics being its elaborate biblio- 
graphical contributions upon early printed books, 
rare individual editions, and similar subjects, and 
its comprehensive record of bibliography; but in 
its columns many valtiable contributions have 
been made to the literature of classification and 
to other technical subjects, and it contains full 
reports of the annual meetings of the German 
Librarians' Association ( Verein deutscher Biblio- 
thekare) and serves as the organ of that associa- 
tion. It has published since 1900 a supplement 
entitled Blatter fur Volksbibliotheken und Lese- 
hallen, devoted to the more popular side of library 
affairs and intended to aid m the development of 
small public libraries in Germany. 

In Austria the Zentralblatt fiir Volksbildungs- 
wesen was started in January, 1901, by Dr. Edouard 
Reyer of Vienna, who has written and worked 
unceasingly in the interests of public libraries in 
his own country; it is still continued under the 
editorship of Dr. A. Lampa, and represents edu- 
cational mterests even more than library. There 
is a Bohemian library periodical, Ceska Osveta, 
now five years old, which is published by Ladislov 
Zivny at Neubydzov, and is carrying on an earnest 
campaign for library progress in the Bohemian 
towns and cities. 

In France a library association (AssocicUion des 
Bibliothicaires franfais) was organized in the 



spring of 1906, and since then the monthly Bulletin 
des Bibliothique Populaires has appeared as an 
exponent of public library interests. This is, 
however, mainly devoted to lists of books recom- 
mended for purchase, or to brief special bibli- 
ographies, and is little more than a book-bulletin, 
with a few notes or suggestions toward improved 
library administration. There is no other French 
library periodical in the specific sense. The 
Revue des Musees et des Archives, published in 
Paris, contained now and then articles or notes 
on special collections of incunabtda and similar 
subjects of interest to librarians, but was not 
representative of distinctively library interests; 
equally antiquarian and specialized is the Revue 
Biblio-iconographique, which has succeeded it; 
the Polybiblion, also published in Paris, is a 
current record and review of French publications, 
with notes of necrology and current events in the 
literary and scientific world; and the various pub- 
lications of the Office International de Bibliogra- 
phic at Brussels deal specifically with the work 
of that organization in extending the Dewey 
decimal classification or developing plans for its 
universal card catalog of the world's literature. 

In Spain the Revista de Archives, Bibliotecas y 
Museos (Madrid) treats now and then of notable 
bibliographical rarities or collections. The Nether- 
lands are represented by £)e Boekrael {The Library), 
now in its third year, the official organ of the 
national association for public reading rooms 
( Vereeniging voor openhareleeszalen in N ederland) , 
with varied and useful articles on library develop- 
ment ; and there is another Dutch periodical which 
treats of library subjects, in the Tijdschrift voor 
Boek-en Bibliotheekwezen, a bi-monthly, pub- 
lished in Antwerp, but its interests are rather with 
books, and with special collections and bibliograph- 
ical rarities, than with the development of popular 
libraries. 

In Italy library interests are presented in the 
Revista delle Biblioteche, edited by Dr. Guido 
Biagi, which is a handsomely printed monthly 
periodical, generally of not more than twenty to 
twenty-four pages, devoted mainly to descriptive 
or bibliographical articles of a scholarly character, 
but giving also notes on libraries, catalogues 
and bibliographies, and printing announcements 
and reports of library affairs : // Libra e la Stampa, 
the official organ of the national association of 
Italian librarians (Societa bibliografica italiane), 
which also is somewhat scholarly and antiquarian 
in its contributions, and Bolletino delle Biblioteche 
Popolari, a slim little publication devoted to urg- 
ing the cause of the system of Italian popular 
libraries conducted under the auspices of the 
Ministry of Education. 

There is a library periodical in Sweden — the 
Folksbiblioteksbladet — published from Stockholm, 
which was begun in 1903. It contains articles on 
books and writers as well as notes and items about 
libraries and school work; and it represents a 
greatly awakened interest in the development of 
free public libraries throughout the country. In 
Norway and Denmark the government has within 



Jan., 1910 



Library Periodicals. 



39 



the past four years begun to foster library develop- 
ment in various ways, through state aid, publica- 
tion of special catalogues and other means, and 
this has led nattirally to the establishment of 
library periodicals. The Danish periodical is 
Bogsamlingsbladet, and was begim in May, 1906, 
as a thirty-two-page twelvemo pamphlet, issued 
quarterly from Lemvig and published and edited by 
wie "Danmarks Folkebogsamlinger," a Danish 
library association organized Nov. 25, 1905. In the 
first number an account of the new association 
with its objects and constitution was given. 
The numbers contain book reviews, and reviews 
of foreign hbrary journals, besides articles in 
the general field of library interests. In Norway 
the national Ubrary periodical, For Folke-og- 
Barnebok-Samlinger was begun in March, 1907, 
under the joint editorship of Mr. Karl Fischer 
of the University Library at Christiana, who was 
made responsible for the division devoted to 
public ibraries, and Mr. Nordahl Rolfsen, author, 
educator and president of the Central Board of 
Governors of School Libraries, responsible for the 
division of the periodical deaUng with school 
libraries. A direct forward impulse has been 
given to library interests in Norway through this 
progressive and well handled httle paper which is 
published in Christiana, and in which, besides 
articles of general hbrary, bibUographical and 
literary interest, are numerous book reviews. 

This general survey gives an idea of the char- 
acteristics of the library periodicals now existing, 
and the particular field that each one occupies. 
Limited as the field of some of them is, and apart 
from the immediate interests of American libra- 
rians, general acquaintance with their scope and 
contents will more than repay such a librarian 
for the time required to make such acquaintance, 
and I should urge every assistant in a Ubrary 
where a fairly full Hst of library periodicals is 
taken, to spend an hour or two hoiirs weekly or 
monthly in gaining familiarity with this literature 
of the library profession. For librarians even of 
very small hbraries such famiharity is still more 
important; in the first place it gives useful hints 
in the selection of books, particularly of bibli- 
ographies, and often affords suggestions in the 
technical routine of handling or circiilating books, 
while in the second place, as has been previously 
said, it enables a hbrarian to think and talk of 
other aspects of his work than are represented in 
his own small institution or local association. 

In this presentation of library periodicals it 
seemed to me that it might add what pubUshers 
call "the human interest" to what is necessarily 
rather a dry subject, if I spent a few moments in 
describing from personal experience the processes 
of making a hbrary periodical — what is the raw 
material, where it comes from, and what are some 
of the methods and difficulties in shaping it into 
the familiar monthly periodical that most of us 
know quite well. 

The making of a library periodical differs little 
from any other journalistic or editorial work, 
except that the field is comparatively so Umited 
that the periodical maker has generally a wide 
and intimate personal acquaintance with nearly 
all of the contributors and a large proportion of the 
readers. 



There are a few main principles on which the 

feriodical must be btiilt. It must be interesting, 
t must cover the field. It must be acctirate. It 
must be timely. Now all of these requisites have 
various interpretations. 

Take the requisite that it must be interesting. 
Interesting to whom? To its readers, of course; 
but the readers of a Ubrary periodical are divided 
into a dozen or more branches of Ubrary work, 
and the worker in each of these branches thinks 
that his particular activity is the only thing that 
is interesting or worth thinking about. The head 
cataloguer of a great reference Ubrary writes to the 
editor a long letter, sa5nng that the subject of 
BibUography is disgracefully neglected, and that 
the higher scholarly service of the Ubrary will 
never be attained until the Ubrary periodical con- 
centrates its attention upon BibUography and the 
History of Books and gives up the merely popular 
side of Ubrary activities. The librarian of a small 
pubUc Ubrary sends in an order canceUng her 
subscription, because the Ubrary periodical con- 
tains so much material on bibliography and so 
many articles on abstruse subjects that the 
interests of the small Ubrary are not sufficiently 
considered and she feels that it is of very Uttle 
use to her. A director of a Ubrary school asks 
why so Uttle space is given to the reports of the 
various schools, and wonders if the periodical has 
"any prejudice" against school training, and 
points out that every school item is read with 
breathless interest by an army of school students 
and graduates, whose interests certainly ought 
to be considered. The Ubrarian of a medium- 
sized Ubrary (who is not a school graduate) writes 
to say that he feels obUged to protest against the 
amount of space given to the Ubrary schools, and 
that he cannot understand why any Ubrary peri- 
odical should be wilUng to identify itself so com- 
pletely with a Uttle "ring" of people associated in 
the mutual admiration society that they caU Ubrary 
schools. He remarks, also, that the immense pro- 
portion of space devoted to the schools is simply 
wasted, as their reports are of no interest or use 
to anybody, and he exhorts the Ubrary periodical 
to rise above petty considerations and give its 
readers strong articles showing what libraries are 
really doing, but not to chronicle the marriage of 
Ubrary school graduates or the fact that Miss 
Sarah Smith has been appointed assistant at the 
Podunk PubUc Library. No worker in any field, 
to the best of my knowledge, has ever admitted 
that the Ubrary periodicals ever gave enough 
space to that worker's particular activity — yet 
a glance over a year's voliune shows a fair mixture 
of subjects. - 

Of course it would be perfectly possible, so far 
as obtaining material goes, to print a Ubrary 
periodical devoted whoUy to bibUography, another 
one covering only the work of the Ubrary schools, 
another one devoted to library work with children 
and school teachers, and so on. As it is, we have 
to try to be, what I understand is regarded as the 
special characteristic of the successful statesman, 
"a good mixer," and nothing ever gave me more 
satisfaction than those numbers of the Library 
Journal in which were combined subjects appeal- 
ing to absolutely diverse interests — as, for instance, 
a number containing an elaborate and learned 
article on Classification of Numismatics (which 



40 



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Vol. 6 No. 2 



nearly gave the editor nervous prostration, just 
to read in proof) and a full exposition of ways in 
which Ubrarians might co-operate with kinder- 
gartnersl So it is evident that it is not easy to 
fulfill the requirement to be interesting — that is to 
be always interesting to the same person, what- 
ever effort is made to be more or less interesting 
to a large number of persons. 

It must cover the field, — that reqviirement is 
simpler. It means that no given item or incident 
in library affairs can be overlooked because at the 
time it seems unimportant or because other mate- 
rial is pressing. You never know when some Uttle 
item in some disregarded newspaper clipping is 
the first step in an undertaking of the greatest 
importance. It is extremely interesting to trace 
through successive volumes of a hbrary periodical 
the history of the growth of some Ubrary move- 
ment. Take for instance several summers ago 
when the Independent published an article criticis- 
ing public libraries for not providing books helpful 
and interesting to men; th.ire followed articles 
and discussions rebutting this criticism, or accept- 
ing it, and explaining what could be done about it 
in half a dozen different Ubrary meetings; then 
came the formation in Utica of an Industrial 
Library League — the direct result of these discus- 
sions; in other libraries lectures before working- 
men's clubs were arranged for; in Brooklyn the 
appUed science reference room of Pratt Institute 
Free Library was developed, and there have 
grown up other systematic methods of extend- 
ing the industrial usefulness of public libraries. 
Or, go back to the beginning of children's work in 
libraries, and you will trace its gradual develop- 
ment through items announcing the setting apart 
of a children's corner in one or two library build- 
ings, then through the first announcements of the 
Eroposed Library League of the Cleveland Public 
ibrary about fourteen years ago, then through 
reports of the establishment of children's depart- 
ments, then through articles on the importance 
of library work for children, and so on through 
the gradual development of special training for 
children's librarians and the recognition of this 
as a distinct branch of library technique. The 
effort to cover the field implies also an even per- 
spective; library affairs in San Francisco or Los 
Angeles demand just as full consideration as 
library affairs in New York City; and though, of 
cotirse, no American periodical can attempt to 
deal with foreign affairs in the same comprehen- 
sive way that it tries to cover the record in its 
own country, there must be, nevertheless, indica- 
tion and appreciation of the more important in- 
ternational and foreign events in the Ubrary field — 
such as the annual meetings of the English, Ger- 
man and ItaUan Ubrarians, the development of 
small pubUc libraries in Norway, the great co- 
operative undertaking of the Prussian libraries in 
the preparation of a general catalog (the great 
Gesamtkatalog) , and so on. 

It must be accurate. This is a first essential in 
good journaUsm — a fair and careful statement of 
facts. One of the first lessons an editor must 
learn is never to believe all he hears; or, for that 
matter, to beUeve impUcitly almost nothing that 
he hears — in the way of report or rumor. 

The business of a Ubrary periodical is to 
record the simple facts, and to state impartiaUy 



both sides of any vexed question — if possible, to 
let two antagonists each present his own state- 
ment with entire freedom. An editor soon comes 
to reaUze that he must be prepared to give chapter 
and verse of authority for any printed statement, 
and he learns, also, that there is no stronger presen- 
tation of a given controversy than by simple, 
clear understatement. ' ' The adjective is the enemy 
of the substantive," and violent argument is the 
weakest sort of argument. 

It must be timely. TimeUness is the chief 
characteristic of news; a thing is no longer news 
when its freshness has departed, and so a Ubrary 
periodical that combines the characteristics of a 
newspaper with those of a magazine must keep up 
to date in its record of affairs and must contrive 
and manage to find space for important news 
items up to the very last moment before going to 
press. 

Take now the raw material from which a Ubrary 
periodical is constructed — articles, reports, news 
notes, and bibliographical record. For articles, 
the library association and club meetings furnish 
the main source of material, but many of those 
most valuable are written for pubUcation, on 
request. I cannot speak too strongly of the unfail- 
ing kindness and readiness with which, in my own 
experience, such requests have been received, of 
the unvarying friendUness and loyalty that Ubra- 
rians have given in furnishing material for the 
library periodicals. These periodicals could never 
have been carried on, they never would be alive 
today, if it were not for the constant co-operation 
and sympathy and help given to them by the 
whole fellowship of Ubrary workers. 

The Ubrary periodical receives from libraries all 
over the world annual reports, bulletins, catalogs 
and other publications; its editor receives news- 
paper clipping service covering all items touching 
in any way on Ubraries, and reads or tries to read 
every article in book or magazine dealing with 
the same subject. This material it is the 
editor's business to turn into "copy." Reports 
are read, and their statistics and a summary of 
their contents are noted; newspaper cUppings are 
grouped and their facts summarized; catalogues 
are Usted and their characteristics indicated. 
Special pubUcations such as important catalogs 
or bibUographies are sent to persons familiar with 
the subject, with the request that they be reviewed 
by a given date. From certain contributors 
monthly packets of material are received, and to 
these are added the gleanings from similar mate- 
rial gathered elsewhere. Reports of Ubrary asso- 
ciation and club meetings are obtained from the 
secretaries or, when that fails, are written up from 
newspaper announcements, programmes or notes 
furnished by some one in attendance. The pro- 
portion of the various departments must be con- 
stantly kept in mind, and always and constantly 
there must be a boiUng down, condensing and 
omitting of material that one would Uke to give 
in fuU, or else the periodical would outrun in size 
all limits of labor and expense. 

How far any periodical falls short of what it 
should be only its editor knows, and there is no 
one who appreciates more what it might be and 
all it ought to cover. 



Jan., 1910 Subject Bibliographies. 41 

SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHIES APPEARING REGULARLY IN PERIODICALS. 

By MARY JOSEPHINE BOOTH, Librarian State Normal School, Charleston, 111. 

PART III. 



FORESTRY. 

Forestay quarterly, quarterly. 

Periodical literature, quarterly, Apr. 1903-date. (49) 

Periodical articles in German, American, and Swed- 
ish periodicals and Government publications are 
included. The arrangement is by subject and a 
descriptive note is added. The annual index contains 
reference to these articles under large general subject 
as silvicultvu-e, but not under the specific subject of the 
article. 

OEOORAPHT. 

Annales de geogr&phie, bi-monthly. 

Bibliographic g^ographique annuelle, annual, 1891- 

date. (50) 

The compiler of this bibliography is Louis Raveneau, 
aided by over fifty-five collaborators of various nation- 
alities. It is issued on the fifteenth of September of 
each year and indexes the articles of the preceding 
year. Periodicals in German, English, French and 
the Romance languages, Dutch, Scandinavian, and the 
Slavic languages are indexed, as well as books and 
Society and Government publications. The scheme 
of classification is given at the end. The bibliography 
is divided into two main parts: 1. Partie g6n6rale, 
classed under such subjects as G6ographie math6- 
matique, G6o|^aphie naturelle, with subdivisions. 
2. Partie r6gionale, divided by large divisions, as 
Eiu-ope, Asie, Am^rique, etc. Under these divisions 
the different countries are listed in no alphabetical 
order. A critical annotation is usually given, signed 
by the reviewer. There are numerous cross refer- 
ences. Each entry is nimibered, the volume for 1907, 
issued in 1908, containing 1,119 entries. At the end 
of the bibliography there is an alphabetical list of the 
"voyagetirs" analyzed or cited, with reference to the 
number of the entry. 

Bibliotheca geogfraphica, annual, 1895-date. (51) 

The list is divided into two main divisions. General 
and Special, with convenient subdivisions. The table 
of contents shows the entire scheme of classification. 
There are no annotations. Magazines published in 
Germany, Sweden, United States, Austria, Great 
Britain, Italy, Russia and France are indexed together 
with books. An author index adds to its usefxilness. 

Oeographen-kalender, annual. 

(Die) geographische literatiir, annual, 1903-date. 

(52) 

The arrangement is by large divisions of the subject 
with necessary subdivisions. The scheme of classifi- 
cation may be found in the analytical index, and the 
authors in the general index. There are no annota- 
tions. American, French, German, English, Russian, 
Atistrian and Spanish magazines are included as well 
as Proceedings and Bulletins of societies. 

Qeographical journal, monthly. 

Geographical literattire of the month ; additions to the 

library, monthly, 1893-date. (53) 

Edward Heaweed, Librarian of the Royal geo- 
graphical society, is the compiler of this list. The 
fiteratxu'e of the subject is grouped both under the 
continent or other large division and under the sub- 
ject. A short descriptive note is often appended.. 
Wherever articles on geography are found tney are 
indexed. The magazines embrace those printed in 
France, Germany, Italy, England and America. Books, 
pamphlets and Transactions of societies are included. 
Several of the English and American magazines are 
indexed in Poole and in the Readers' guide. 



Oeographisches jahrbuch, annual, lS66-date. 



(54) 



U|The bibliography is divided into three large subjects 
with numerous subdivisions. The scheme of classifi- 
cation is given in the table of contents and an author 
list at the end. The annotations are fairly long. The 
list of publications indexed includes American, French, 
German, Italian, English, Austrian, Swiss, and Danish 
magazines and Proceedings of societies. 
Geography, see also (28), (70), (71), (105, J). 

GEOLOGY. 

Journal of geology, semi-quarterly. 

Recent publications, semi-quarterly, 1900-date. (55) 
The bibliography is arranged alphabetically by 
authors. Periodicals, Bulletins, reprints, books, Gov- 
ernment publications and Transactions of societies are 
included. French, Italian, English, Spanish, Dutch, 
Swedish and German publications are indexed. Some 
of the magazines are mdexed in Poole but not in the 
Readers' guide 

Royal society of Canada. Proceedings and transactions, 
annual. 

Bibliography of Canadian geology and palaeontology, 
annual, 1901-date. (56) 

An alphabetic author list with no annotations. 
Government publications, books and magazines, Cana- 
dian for the most part, are included. 

Geology, see also (79), (103), (105, H). 

GERMAN LITERATURE. 
Jahresberichtefuerneuere deutsche litteraturgeschichte, 
irregular, 1890-date. (57) 

The table of contents shows the classification of the 
bibliography which is by subject. Under each divi- 
sion the bibliography comes first with each item num- 
bered and reference is made to this number in the 
annotations which follow. Over four hundred peri- 
odicals and transactions of societies from all parts of 
the world are searched for material. An author and 
title index adds to the value of the bibliography. 

HISTORY. 

Jahresberichte der geschichtswissenschaft, annual, 
1878-date. (58) 

The material is classified by subject with frequent 
subdivisions. The bibliography is at the bottom of 
the page. The long unsigned annotations above 
refer to these items. A comprehensive list of over five 
hundred magazines and proceedings of societies from 
all parts of the world is indexed. An author index is 
added. 

HISTORY, AMERICAN. 
Writings on American history, annual, 1906-date. 

(59) 

The present volume for 1906 has been prepared 
under the direct supervision of Dr. J. Franklin Jame- 
son, director of the department of historical research 
of the Carnegie institution. "Besides all the books 
and other separate publications of the year on Ameri- 
can (including Canadian) history, more than three 
hundred periodicals have been searched for their his- 
torical contents." Many general periodicals indexed 
in Poole and in the Readers' guide as well as technical 
periodicals are included and Proceedings of societies. 

"The annotations have been confined to explana- 
tions of titles . . . analyses of contents . . . and to 
mention of critical appraisals. . . . The scheme of 
classification of the volume is provided in a table of 
contents, and an author-subject index . . . serves as 
an adequate key to the whole work. The titles are 



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niimbered consecutively ... and the index refers to 
the title numbers. . . . There is also a separate list 
of the periodicals whose contents have been analyzed. 
S« L. j^ Jan. '08. 33: 39-40; Nov. '08, 33: 465-6. 

BISTORT, CANADIAN. 

Toronto university studies. Review of historical pub- 
lications relating to Canada, annual, 1896-date. (60) 
This bibliography is classified under large subject 
with suitable sub-divisions, as shown in the table of 
contents. Books, Proceedings of societies. Govern- 
ment publications, and English and American peri- 
odicals are indexed. There is some duplication with 
Poole and with the Readers' guide. There are often 
long descriptive annotations. An author index is 
provided. ^'As usual a useful and interesting descrip- 
tion and critical review of the literature of the past 
year relating to Canadian subjects." L. j. Apr. 1904, 
29: 208. 

Hygiene, see (92), (93), (94), (108). 

Insects, see Entomology. 

INTERNATIONAL LAW. 
American journal of international law, quarteriy. 

Periodical literature of international law, quarterly, 
1907-date. (61) 

An alphabetical subject-list with no aimotations. 
French, English, American and German periodicals 
with few reports of societies are included. Some of 
the general magazines are indexed in Poole's index 
and in the Readers' gtiide. The annual index does 
not include the items in this department. Chronicle 
of international events, quarterly, 1907-date. 

The entries are chronologically arranged. A descrip- 
tive note of the event is given, with reference where 
an account may be obtained. Papers, magazines and 
official publications are included. The annual index 
does not refer to these items. 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. 
Association for international conciliation. 

Monthly bulletin, monthly, April 1908-date. (62) 

The list includes books, pamphlets and magazine 
articles of English and American periodicals, pop\ilar 
in character. Short descriptive annotations are given. 
All the magazines indexed are included in Poole's 
index or in the Readers' guide. 

JEWS. 
American Jewish year book. 

I«ist of articles of Jewish interest in the Jewish and in 
the general press, annual, 1906-date. (63) 

The list is alphabetical by author, with no annota- 
tions. Many articles in general American magazines 
are included which are indexed in Poole's index and 
in the Readers' guide but the articles in newspapers 
and in the Jewish periodicals are not indexed else- 
where. 

LABOR. 

Arbeiterfreond, quarterly. 

Bibliographic der praxis der arbeiterfrage, annual, 
1883-date. (64) 

The arrangement is by ten or eleven large classes. 
The periodicals devoted to the subject of the class are 
first given, then follow: A. Books and dissertations in 
German, English, French and other languages; B. 
Periodical articles in German, French and English and 
Proceedings of congresses, German for the most part, 
^ \ "° annotations. There is little duplication with 
Poole. No index is provided but a table of contents 
IS printed at the beginning. 

Labor, see also (115). 



LAW. 
Harvard law review, monthly except July-Oct. 

Books and periodicals, monthly except July-Oct., 
Dec. 1901-date. (65) 

This bibliography is divided into two parts, the 
leading legal articles are in the first and the minor 
ones in the second. In the first part there is no alpha- 
betical arrangement. The annotations are long. The 
other part of the list is arranged alphabetically by 
title. Frequently there is an annotation a line in 
length. In both of these parts only American and 
English magazines are included and no Society publi- 
cations are indexed. There is an annual cumulation 
for these lists in the last number for the year, arranged 
alphabetically under title or catch word of title. In 
other points the annual cumulation is like the second 
part of the monthly list. There is little duplication 
with Poole or with the Readers' guide. 

Index to legal periodicals and law library journal, 
quarterly, Oct. 1908-date. (66) 

"In this index the articles in seventeen periodicals 
are listed in two alphabets, first by authors, second by 
subjects. The subject-headings chosen are those in 
use by the West Publishing Company in their American 
and Decennial digests. Under each author a short 
note is given setting forth the scope of the article. 
The same note is repeated under the subject-heading 
used for the article. . . . cross references add to the 
completeness of the work. . . . The association 
expects, if it has sufficient financial support, to index 
the legal journals in America, Canada, England and 
the British colonies. They also hope ... to review 
the journals which are devoted to political science, 
sociology and economics, and index those articles 
which have bearing on law." Library work, Apr. 
1908; 2: ii. "The index will cumulate in the final 
issue of the year." See note in L. j. Jime 1908; 33: 
245; Jvly, 1908; 33: 276. 

Law, see also (61). 

LIBRARY SCIENCE. 

Centralblatt fur bibliotekwesen, monthly. 

Neue bucher und aufsatze zum bibliotheks-und buch- 
wesen, monthly, 1904-date. (67) 

This department includes magazines of the United 
States, Germany, Italy and France, books and library 
btilletins. No annotations are provided and the items 
are not included in the annual index. 

Library work, quarterly, April, 1906-date. (68) 

"A bibliography and digest of current library litera- 
ture." This publication indexes regularly twenty 
periodicals of library science, English, German and 
American, including in the list many biilletins issued 
by the state commissions. "An effort has been made 
to make note of the most helpful articles pertaining to 
library work in the English-speaking magazines and 
bulletins, and in general periodicals. Pamphlets and 
books have also been included." "For the present 
the foreign periodicals are not as thoroughly indexed 
as the English ones." The bibliography is arranged 
alphabetically by subject. "Of special value for the 
abstracts of important articles." 

Logic, see (85). 

MANUAL TRAINING. 

Cotmcil of supervisors of the manual arts. Yearbook, 
annual. Bibliography of the manual arts, annual, 
1902-date. (69) 

This bibliography is compiled by Louisa Pierce. 
"It is an annotated author list with a subject-index 
and is of importance to any who follow the literature 
of the subject." U. S. -education. Bureau of Bulletin, 
1908 No. 3, p. 13. It includes American magazines 
and Proceedings of societies. Necessarily some dupli- 
cation with Poole and with the Readers' guide occurs. 



( To be continued.) 



Jan., 1910. 



Literary Annuals and Gift Books. 



43 



LITERARY ANNUALS AND GIFT BOOKS, AMERICAN AND ENGLISH: 

A BIBLIOGRAPHY. 

By FREDERICK WINTHROP FAXON, B. A. 

PART IX. 

I ^American (continued) 



Rose, The, or affection's gift for 1848, ed. by Emily 
Marshall, [v. 7.] New York, D. Appleton & Co., 
1848, c. 1847. 312 p., 10 pi., 6i x 4+. 

N.Y., B.P., U.W. (709) 

Rose of Sharon, The, a religious souvenir for 1840, ed. 
by Miss Sarah C. Edgarton. [v. 1.] Boston, A. Tomp- 
kins & B. B. Mussey, 1840, c. 1839. 352 p., 4 pi., 
6ix4i. L.C., B.P., U.W. (710) 

, a religious souvenir for 1841, ed. by Miss 

Sarah C. Edgarton. [v. 2.] Boston, A. Tompkins & 
B. B. Mussey, 1841, c. 1840. 304 p., 4 pi., 61 x 4|. 
L.C., C.U., B.P., U.W. (711) 

— — , a religious souvenir for 1842, ed. by Miss 

Sarah C. Edgarton. [v. 3.] Boston, A. Tompkins & 
B. B. Mussey, 1842, c. 1841. iv p., 1 1., 7-302 p., 5 
pi., 6Jx4|. N.Y., L.C., B.P., U.W. (712) 

, a religious souvenir for 1843, ed. by Miss 

Sarah C. Edgarton. [v. 4.] Boston, A. Tompkins & 
B. B. Mussey, 1843, c. 1842. iv p., 2 1., 9-312 p., 5 pi., 
6ix4f. N.Y;, B.P., U.W. (713) 

, a religious souvenir for 1844, ed. by Miss 

Sarah C. Edgarton. [v. 5.] Boston, A. Tompkins & 

B. B. Mussey, 1844, c. 1843. vi p., 1 1., 9-304 p., 5 pi., 
&i X 4f . N.Y.. B.P., U.W. (714) 

, a religious souvenir for 1846, ed. by Miss S. 

C. Edgarton. [v. 6.] Boston, A. Tompkins & B. B. 
Mussey, 1845, c. 1844. vi p., 1 1., 9-304 p., 7 pi., 
6ix4f. N.Y., L.C., B.P., U.W. (715) 

, a religious souvenir for 1846, ed. by Miss S. 

C. Edgarton. [v. 7.] Boston, A. Tompkins & B. B. 

Mussey, 1846, c. 1844. vi p., 1 1., 9-304 p., 7 pL, 

6}x4i. N.Y., L.C., B.P., U.W. (716) 
, a religious souvenir for 1847, ed. by Miss S. 

C. Edgarton. [v. 8.] Boston, A. Tompkins & B. B. 

Mussey, 1847, c. 1846. vi p., 1 1., 9-304 p., 7 pi., 

6lx4i N.Y., L.C., B.P., U.W. (717) 
, a religious souvenir for 1848, ed. by Mrs. S. 

C. Edgarton Mayo. [v. 9.] Boston, A. Tompkins & 

B. B. Mussey &Co., 1848, c. 1847. vi p., 1 1., 9-304 p., 
7 pi., 6J X 4i. N.Y., B.P., U.W. (718) 

, a religious souvenir for 1849, ed. by Mrs. S. 

C. Edgarton Mayo. [v. 10.] Boston, A. Tompkins & 
B. B. Mussey & Co., 1849, c. 1848. 304 p., 7 pi., 
6ix4i. N.Y., L.C., B.P., U.W. (719) 

, or gems of sacred poetry, 6th edition. Auburn, 

[N. Y.] Derby, Miller & Co., 1849, 128 p., ilium, t., 
4f X 2i. F. (719a) 

This has no connection with series of same name pub- 
lished in Boston. 

, a religioiis souvenir for 1850, ed. by Mrs. C. 

M. Sawyer, [v. 11.1 Boston, A. Tompkins & B. B. 

Mussey & Ck>., 1849, c. 1849. 304 p., 7 pi., 6i x 4J. 

N.Y., L.C., B.P., U.W. (720) 

, a religious souvenir for 1861, ed. by Mrs. C. 

M. Sawyer, [v. 12.] Boston, A. Tompkins & B. B. 
Mussey & Co., 1851, c. 1850. vi p., 1 1., 9-303 p., 7 pi., 
6ix4i. N.Y., L.C., B.P., U.W. (721) 

, a religious souvenir for 1862, ed. by Mrs. C. 

M. Sawyer, [v. 13.] Boston, A.Tompkins & B. B. 
Mussey & Co., 1852, c. 1851. vi p., 1 1., 9-303 p., 7 pi., 
6ix4J. N.Y., L.6.. B.P., U.W. (722) 

, a religious souvenir for 1863, ed. by Mrs. C. 

M. Sawyer [v. 14.] Boston, A. Tompkins & B. B. 
Mussey & Co.. 1853, c. 1852. vi p., 1 1., 9-304 p., 7 pi., 
6ix4i. N.Y., L.(5., B.P., U.W. (723) 

, a religious offering for 1864, ed. by Mrs. C 

M. Sawyer, [v. 16.] Boston, A. Tompkins & B. B. 
Mussey & Co., 1854, c. 1853. vi p., 1 1., 9-303 p.. 7 pi., 
6ix4f L.C., C.U., B.P., U.W. (724) 

, a religious souvenir for 1856, ed. by Mrs. C. 

M. Sawyer, [v. 16.] Boston, A. Tompkins & B. B. 



Mussey & Co., 1855, c. 1854. vi p., 1 1., 9-304 p.,7 pi., 
6i X 4i. N.Y., L.C., B P., U.W. (725) 

(Called 17th issue in preface.) 

. a religious souvenir for 1866, ed. by Mrs. C. 

M. Sawyer, [v. 17.] Boston, Abel Tompkms, 1856, 
c. 1855. vi p., 1 1., 9-304 p., 7 pi., 6i x 4i. 

N.Y., B.P., U.W. (726) 
[Called 18th issue in preface.] 

, a religious souvenir for 1867, ed. by Mrs. C. 

M. Sawyer, [v. 18.] Boston, Abel Tompkins, 1857, 
c. 1856. vi p., 1 1., 9-304 p., 7 pi., 61 x 4^. 

N.Y., L. C., B.P., U.W. (727) 

Rosary, The, of illustrations of the Bible, ed. by Rev. 
Edward Everett Hale, Boston, Phillips & Samp- 
son, 1849, c. 1848. 293 p. pi., 9^ x 6^. F. (727a) 

Rosebud, The, illustrated with numerous engravings. 
New York, Leavitt & Allen, n. d. [1853 or after]. 
4 p. 1., 15-258 p., 6 pi., 6i x 4J. 

N.Y., L.C., U.W. (728) 

Rosette, The, a juvenile annual for 1846. Boston, 
Waite, Peirce & Co., 1846, c.1845. viii, 9-176p., 6pl.. 
6x3i. B.P. (729) 

Also issued by Binney, Otheman & Co., 1848. 
[4 pi.] N.Y. (730) 

Rough and ready annual or military souvenir. New 
York, D. Appleton & Co., 1848, c.1847. 262 p., 20 pi., 
7ix4i. B.P. (731) 

Preface calls it "American gift book." 

Ruby, The, a token of friendship for 1849. [v. 1.] Phila- 
delphia, Carey & Hart, 1849, c. 1848. viii, 13-304 p., 
11 pi., 7Jx4|-. F. (732) 

Has same pi. as "Gift." 

, a token of friendship for 1860. [v. 2.] Phila- 
delphia, Carey & Hart, 1850, c. 1848. viii, 13-304 p., 
11 pi., 7 X 4i. B.A., U.W. (733) 

Rural annual and year-book of the country, beautifully 
illustrated, by Thomas Miller. New York, Leavitt & 
Allen, n. d. [1856 or after], iv, 283 p., [8 pi.,] 6^ x 4. 

B.P. (734) 

Sabbath bells, chimed by the poets, elegantly illustrated. 
Philadelphia, Hubbard Bros., 1873, c. 1873. xvi, 17- 
112 p., [2 pi.]. F. (735) 

Sabbath school annual. The, ed. by Mrs. M. H Adams. 
Boston, James M. Usher, 1847, c. 1846. x, 11-172 p., 
7 pi., and Ulus., 6^ x 4^. B.P. (736) 

Sacred annual, The, a gift for all seasons, ed. by Rev. H. 
Hastings Weld. PhUadelphia, T. K. Collins, Jr., 
1860. 200p., 11 pi., 10ix7i. U.W. (737) 

, a gift for all seasons, ed. by H. H. Weld. 

Philadelphia, T. K. Collins, Jr., 1861. 200 p., 9 pi., 
lOi X 7i. F. (737o) 

Same as 1850. 

Sacred flora. The, or flowers from the grave of a child. 
By Henry Bacon. Boston, A. Tompkins & B. B. 
Mussey, 1848, c. 1844. viii, 9-160 p., ilium, t., 4^ x 
2f. F. (7376) 

Sacred gitt of devout and useful sa]rinflrs. Boston, G. 

W. Cottrell, c. 1861. iv, 5-96 p., 3 x 2^. F. (738) 

Sacred offering, The, or tableaux of remarkable incidents 

in the old and new Testament. Boston, Whittemore, 

Niles&Hall.n.d. x, 314p., [6pl.,] 7i x 5. F. (739) 

This is really "Sacred tableaux," 1848, with less no. of 

pi. 

[v. i.] Boston, Joseph Dowe, 1836 c. 1835. 

viii, 9-216 p. 6i x4i. F. (739a) 

Selected poems rrom "The Sacred Offering," series pub- 
lished in London. 

a poetical gift [v. 2] . Boston, Joseph Dowe, 

1839, c. 1837. 216 p. 6^ x 3f F. (7396) 



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Sacred tableaux, The, or remarkable incidents in the old 
and new Testament, ed. by Thomas Wyatt. Boston, 
Tohn M. Whittemore, 1848, c. 1847. x,314p., 40 pi., 
nx6. C.U.. U.W. (740) 

Also issued as "Sacred offering," with most of the pi. 
omitted. 
Sacred wreath. Philadelphia, Orrin Rogers, 1839. 24 pi. 

* (741) 
Saint Nicholas annual, The, a Christmas and New Year's 

gift made expressly tinder the direction of Saint 
Nicholas for all good little girls and boys. Boston, 
B. H. Greene, 1843. xi, 7-112 p., [5 pi.,] 4i x 3i. 

B.P. (742) 

1843, 284 p.. 5i x 3}. * (742o) 

Saint Nicholas gdft. Boston, T. H. Carter & Co., 1844. 

* (743) 

. T. H. Carter & Co., 1845. * (744) 

Sapphire, The, a collection of graphic and entertaining 

tales, brilliant poems, and essays. Boston, John L. 
Shorey, 1867, c. 1866. vi, 7-319 p., 7 x 4^. 

P.M. (745) 
This is vol. 2 of "Gem" series. 
Scenes in the lives of the Apostles, ed. by H. Hastings 
Weld. Philadelphia, Lindsay & Blakiston, c. 1846. 
xii, 13-239 p., 8 pi., 9 X 6. F. (746) 

Scenes in the life of the Savior, by poets and painters, 
ed. by Rufus W. Griswold. Philadelphia, Lindsay & 
Blakiston, 1846, c. 1845. xp., 1 1., 13-240 p., 8 pi., 
9x6. F. (747) 

This was reissued without date. C.U. (747a) 

Scrap book. The, a selection of humorous stories, inter- 
esting fables and authentic anecdotes. New York, 
fub. for the booksellers, n. d. 2 p. 1., 5-288 p., 
15pL,] andillus., 4f x3i. F. (748) 

This book also issued with a title-page "The scrap book 
or humorous annual," with date 1840 on back oi cover. 
Scrap table, The, for 1831. Boston, Carter, Hendee & 
Babcock, 1830. 4 p. 1., 9-184 p., 7i x 4i. 

N.Y.S. (749) 

Scripture fi:ift book. The, ed. by Edward E. Hale. New 

York, W. H. Appleton [pref. d. 1848] . vi, 13-291 p., 

6 pi., 8| X 6i. F. (750) 

Also issued by Geo. A. Leavitt, n. d. [1869 or after). 

U.W. (750a) 

Snow drop. The, ed. by Rev. C. W. Everest. New York, 

J. S. Redfield. * (7506) 

Snow flake. The, a Christmas, New Year and birthday 

gift. New York, Leavitt & Allen, n. d, [1856 or 

after]. 4 p. 1., 11-260 p., 6 pi., 7} x 4f. "Magnolia. 

'Not in the autumn.' " L.C. (751) 

This is "Magnolia," 1836, with p. 261-300 omitted 

and less and different pi. 

See also "Coral," n. d., "Friendship's token," N. Y., 
n. d., "Memory," 1854, "Gift of affection," n. d.. 
Morning glory, ' n. d., "Aloe," 1854. 
, a gift for innocence and beauty, ed. by T. S. 



Arthur, 1846. Philadelphia, E. Ferrett & Co., 1846 
c. 1845. iv p., 1 1., 9-284 p., 10 pi., 8i x 5^. 

C.U., U.W. (752) 

, a holiday gift for 1849. Philadelphia, E. H. 

Butler & Co., 1849, c. 1848. vi p., 11., 13-330 p., 10 pi., 
7} X 4}. N.Y.. L.C, U.W. (753) 

, a holiday gift for 1850. Philadelphia, E. H. 

Butler & Co., 1850, c.1849. vi p., 1 1., 13-330 p., 9 pi., 
7i X 4i. N.Y., L.C, U.W. (754) 

, a Christmas, New Year and birthday gift for 

1851. Philadelphia, E. H. Butler & Co., 1851, c. 

1850. xp., 1 1., 13-330 p., 9 pi., 7^ x 4^. 

L.C, P.M. (755) 
, a Christmas, New- Year and birthday gift for 

1852. Philadelphia, E. H. Butler & Co., 1852, c. 

1851. xp., 1 1., 13-330 p., 9 pi., 7i x 4}. 

N.Y., L.C, U.W. (756) 

, a Christmas, New- Year and birthday gift for 

1854. Philadelphia, E. H. Butler & Co., 1854, c. 

1853. xp., 1 1., 13-328 p., 8 pi., 7i x 4f . 

L.C, C.U. (757) 

, a Christmas, New- Year and birthday present 

for 1855. Philadelphia, E. H. Butler & Co., 1855, c. 

1854. xp., 1 1., 13-328 p., 8 pi., 7^ x 4i. 

L.C, C.U. (758) 

, a Christmas, New Year and birthday gift. 

New York, Leavitt & Allen, n. d., c. 1855. vi p., 1 1., 

9-264p.,6pl..7ix5. "The baron's vow." F. (759) 

This is same as "Moss rose," n. d. 

Snow flakes, a chapter from the book of nature. Boston, 

American Tract Society, c. 1863. 146 p., 13 pi. [paged 

in],9x6i. B.A. (760) 

Sons of temperance offering, for 1850, ed. by T S. 

Arthur, [v. 1.] New York, Nafis & Cornish, c. 1849. 

viii, 9-320 p., 10 pi., 8 X 5^. N.Y., L.C, C.U. (761) 

for 1851, ed. by T. S. Arthur, [v. 2.] New 

York, Cornish, Lamport & Co., c. 1850. viii, 9-320 p., 
10 pi., 8 X 5i. L.C. (762) 

Souvenir, The, or picturesque pocket diary, for 1826. 
Philadelphia, 1826. 16mo., pi. * (763) 

Souvenir annual. The, New York, George A. Leavitt, 
n. d. [circa 18691. 3 p.l., 17-294 p., [2 pi.,] 8^ x 6^. 

P.M. (764) 

This is "Souvenir gallery," 1850, omitting last 2 p. and 

with different pi. 

Souvenir gallery, an illustrated gift book for all seasons, 

ed. by Emily Percival. Boston, Phillips, Sampson & 

Co., 1850, c. 1849. 3 p. 1., 15-296 p., [7 pi.,] 9J x 7f . 

"Count Voisin's only daughter." F. (765) 

Also issued Boston, Phillips & Sampson, c. 1853. 3 

V. 1., 15-294 p., 13 pi., last 2 p. omitted, otherwise 

same. U. W. (766) 

Also issued as "Souvenir annual " n. d., omitting last 

2 p., and pi. different. 

Also issued as "Annual Souvenir Gallery," 1852, with 
last 2 p. omitted. 



(To be continued^ 

BIRTHS AND DEATHS. 
A RECORD OF NEW TITLES, CHANGED TITLES AND DEATHS IN THE 

PERIODICAL WORLD. 

( To be continued quarterly^ 
N- B. — The editor will be glad to know of any omissions or corrections, since January, 1900, not 
noted, for inclusion in the next issue, and will esteem it a favor to be notified of new periodicals by 

any librarian who may receive a sample number. ^ "- ' J---'-- — •" -^ .-^ n :--j -_j 

recorded. 

I. New Periodicals. 

Amtrican City, The. 93 Nassau St., New York, N. Y., 

mo., 8vo, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, Sept. 1909. lOc, $1.00. 
American College, The. 42 Broadway, New York, N. Y., 

mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Oct., 1909. 25c., t2.50. 
Archiv fur vergleichende Ophthalmologie. Leipzig, quar. 

vol. 1, no. 1, Sept., 15, 1909. M.28. 
Bird News. 717 Market St., San Francisco, Cal., bi-mo. 

Bvo, vol. 1, no. 1, Jan-Feb., 1909. 15c., 75c. 



Reports of deaths will be gratefully received and 

Blatter fur Sanlingsfursorge. Mvmich. bi-mo., vol. 1, 
no. 1, Oct., 1909. M. 3. 

Boy, The. Columbus, O. mo., 4to, illus., vol.1, no. 1, 
Jtme, 1909. 5c., 25c. 

California Home Journal. 330 Jackson St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., mo., fol., illus., vol. 1, no. 1, April, 1909. 
10c. , 50c., 

Castings. Cleveland, O. mo., 4to, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, 
Oct., 1907. Adv. 

Catalunya Agricola. Barcelona, mo., fol., illus., vol. 
1, no. 1, Jan., 1909. 



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Catholic School Problems. 123 E. 23d St., New York, 

N. Y., quar. 8vo, vol. 1. no. 1, Oct., 1909. 25. 
Catholic School Work. 123 E. 23d St., New York, N. Y. 

bi-mo., 8vo. vol. 1, no. 1, May-June, 1909. $1.00. 
Chamber of Commerce Journal, The. Boston, Mass. 

mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Oct.. 1909. 
Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York. Monthly 

BiUletin. New York, N, Y., mo., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

April, 1909. 
Character. Griffith-Stillings Press, Boston, Mass., mo., 

12mo, vol. 1, no. 1, April, 1909. 50c. 
Civic Journal, The. 318 E. 15th St., New York, N. Y. 

w., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Oct. 16, 1909. 2c., SI. 00. 
Columbia Alumni News. Colvmibia University, New 

York, N. Y. w., fol., illus., vol. 1, no. 1, Sept. 27, 1909. 

5c., no. 
Columbian Magazine, The. 1 Madison Ave., New York, 

N. Y. mo., Svo, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, Oct., 1909. 15c. 

$1.50.. 
Co-oferation. Metropolitan Life Bldg., Minneapolis, 

Mmn. mo., 8vo, illus., vol.1, no, 1, April, 1909.10c., $1.00. 
Cuba, Capital and Country. Box 1242, Havana, mo., 

Svo, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, Sept., 1908. 5c. no., 
Cuba Magazine, The. Box 1242, Havana, mo., Svo, 

illtis., vol. 1, no. 1, Sept., 1909. 5c. no. 
Cuban Intrepreter, The. Havana, w., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Oct. 10. 1907. lOc, $3.00. 
Current Fiction Review, The. 30 E. 20th St., New York, 

N. Y., quar., 12mo, vol. 1, no. 1, Jime, 1909. 10c. , 

25c. 
Dairy Bulletin, The. Macedonia, O., mo., Svo, vol. 1, 

no. 1. April, 1909. lOc, 50c. 
Deutschen naturwissenschaftlichen Gesellshaft. Zeit- 

schrift, Munich. Heft. 1, 1910. M. 6. 
Duffy's Interurban Guide and Alagazine. Commercial 

Bldg., Sacramento, Cal., mo., Svo. illus., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Jan., 1909. 15c., $1.50. 
Eco de America. New York, N. Y., semi-mo., fol., vol. 

1, no. 1, May 15, 1909. $1.00. 
Economic Geologist. 7 Pine St., New York, N. Y., mo., 

16mo. illus., vol. 1, no. 1, Oct., 1909. $1.00. 
Ergebnisse der wissenschaftlichen Medizin. Klink- 
hardt. Leipzig., mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Oct., 1909. 
M. 16. 
Everyland. West Medford, Mass., quar., Svo, illus., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Dec, 1909. 15c., 50c. 
Fancy Fruit. North Yakima, Wash., mo., fol., illus., 

vol. 1, no. 1, March, 1907. $1.00. 
Foreign Trade. 2 Rector St., New York, N. Y., mo., 

Svo, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, Jan., 1910. 25c., $2.00. 
Forerunner, The. 67 Wall St., New York, N. Y., mo., 

Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, Nov., 1909. 10c. $1.00. 
Furniture. Lyon and Ottawa St., Grand Rapids, 

Mich., quar., 4to, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, April, 1909. 

35c., $1.00. Trade. 
Galaxy, The. Norfolk, Va., mo., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Sept., 1907. 5c., 60c. 
Greater Colorado. Denver., mo., fol., illus., vol. 1, no. 

1, July, 1909. $1.00. 
Grizzly Bear, The. Wilcox Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal., 

mo., fol.. illus., vol. 1, no. 1, May, 1907. 10c. , $1.00, 
History Teacher's Magazine, The. 5805 Germantown 

Ave., Philadelphia, Pa., mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Sept., 

1909. 15c., $1.00. 
Holiday, The. Eagle Bldg., Brooklyn, N. Y., mo., Svo, 

illus., vol. 1, no. 1, July, 1909. 
lUtnois Central Employees' Magazine. Central Station 

Bldg., Chicago, 111., mo., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, Jime, 1909. 

$1.50. 
Illustrated Poultry Record, The. London, mo., 4to, illus., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Oct., 1908. 
Indiana State Library. Legislative Reference Depart- 
ment Bulletin. Indianapolis, Ind. Svo, no. 1, 1908. 
Jewish Farmer, The. New York, N, Y., mo., 4to, 

illus., vol. 1, no, 1, May, 1908. 
Jewish Record. 10 S. 9th St., Richmond, Va., w., fol., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Sept. 19, 1909. $1.00. 
Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeu- 
tics, The. 2427 York Road, Baltimore, Md., bi-mo.. 

Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, June, 1909. $5.00 vol. 



Labor Digest, The. New York Life Bldg., Minneapolis, 

Minn., mo., Svo, illxis., vol. 1, no. 1, Jan., 1908. $1.00. 
Latter Rain Evangel, The. 3554 Vernon Ave., Chicago, 

111., mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Oct., 1908. lOc, $1.00. 
Lyre, The. 491 Lake St., Aurora, 111., mo., 16mo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, March, 1909. 10c. , $1.00. 
Magnificat, The. Manchester, N, H., mo., Svo, illus.*^ 

vol. 1, no. 1, Nov., 1907. 10c., $1.00. 
Massachusetts Cyclopedic Quarterly. St. PavU, Minn. 

quar., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Feb., 1909. $1.00. 
Mental Manger, The. Toledo, O., mo., 16mo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Feb., 1909. 10c. , $1.00. 
Musical Squibs. 280 W. 130th St., New York, N. Y., 

w.. 4to. vol.1, no. 1. Nov. 2. 1909. 
National Poultry Journal, The. Harrisonburg, Va., mo. 

4to, vol. 1, no. 1, April, 1909. 5c., 50c. 
Negro Agriculturist, Tne. Sandy Spring, Md., mo., 

4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Feb., 1909. 5c., 50c. 
Nevada School Journal. Reno, Nev., mo., Svo, vol. 1, 

no. 1. Sept.. 1909. 15c.. $1.00. 
Nijhoff's Index op de Nederlandsche Periodieken van 

algemeenen inhoud. The Hague., mo., Svo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Sept., 1909. fi. 1. 
Nurses' Journal of the Pacific Coast. San Francisco, Cal. 

mo., Svo,, vol. 1, no. 1, Dec, 1904. 15c., $1.50. 
Ontario Weekly Notes. Toronto, Ont., w., Svo, vol. 1, 

no. 1. Sept. 29, 1909. $5.00 vol. 
Opinion Cubana, La. Havana, fort., vol. 1, no. 1, Aug. 

1, 1909. 5c no. 
Opportunity. Rand-McNally Bldg., Chicago, 111., mo., 

fol., illus., vol. 1. no. 1. Oct.. 1909. 5c, 50c. 
Optical Instrument Monthly, The. New York, N. Y., 

mo.. Svo. illus.. vol. 1, no. 1, June, 1905. 
Pacific Short Story Club Magazine, The. San Jos6, Cal. 

semi-an., Svo, illus.. vol. 1. no. 1. Jan., 1908. 10c. no. 
Passenger and Ticket Agents' Journal. Mutual Life 

Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa., mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Sept., 

1909. $1.00. 
Pedigree Register, The. London, quar., Svo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Jtme. 1907. 2s. 6d. 10s. 6d. 
Peerless Post Card Quarterly. 77 E. 104th St.. New 

York. N. Y., quar., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, Oct., 1909. 
Philadelphia Suburban Life. West End Trust Bldg., 

Philadelphia, Pa., mo., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, Sept., 1909. 

$1.00. 
Photo, The. Fort Worth, Tex., mo., Svo. vol. 1, no. 1, 

Sept,. 1909. 50c. 
Picturesque Florida. Orlando, Fla., mo., Svo, illus., 

vol. 1, no. 1. Oct.. 1909. lOc, $1.00. 
Pomona Journal of Entomology. Claremont, Cal., quar., 

4to. illus.. vol. 1. no. 1, March 1909. $1.00. 
Professional Memoirs. Engineer Bureau, Washington 

Barracks. D. C, quar.. Svo, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, Jan. 

March. 1909. $1.25. $5.00. 
Roland Park Review. Roland Park, Md., mo., 4to, illus., 

vol. 1, no. 1. Oct.. 1908. lOc, $1.00. 
Round Table, The. 412 Main St., Cincinnati, O., mo., 

Svo, vol. 1. no. 1. Aug., 1909. lOc, $1.00. i 

Salesman, The. Erikson Bldg., Seattle, Wash., mo., Svo, 

vol. 1. no. 1. Sept.. 1908. 50c. 
School Problems. 123 E. 23d St.. New York, N. Y., bi-mo., 

Svo. vol. 1. no. 1. Sept.-Oct., 1909. $1.00. 
School Teacher, The. 609 F St.. N. W.. Washington, 

D. C. mo.. 24mo. vol. 1. no. 1. Sept., 1909. 12c.. $1.00. 
Shoeman, The. 183 Essex St., Boston, Mass., mo., Svo, 

vol. 1. no. 1. Sept., 1909. I5c., $1.00. 
Signal Engineer, The. Monadnock Bldg., mo., 4to, illus., 

vol. 1, no. 1. Jime. 1908. lOc, $1.00. 
Simmons Magazine, The. 150 Nassau St., New York, 

N. Y.. mo.. Svo. illus., vol. 1, no. 1, Oct., 1909. lOc, 

$1.00. 
Simplified Spelling Bulletin. 1 Madison Ave., New York, 

N. Y., guar.. 4to, vol. 1. no. 1, June. 1909. 5c., 10c. 
Socialist Crusader, The. 42 Lenox Road, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

mo.. Svo, vol. 1, no. 1. Oct.. 1909. 50c. «»*' 

South San Francisco Banker. South San Francisco. Cal., 

mo., 8vo. vol. 1. no. 1. Jan., 1909. 
Sunday Afternoons. 2129 Chestnut St.. Philadelphia. Pa., 
w., Svo. illus., vol. 1, no. 1. Dec. 19, 1909. 50c. 



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Sunlight. Los Angeles, Cal., quar.. 16mo, vol. 1, no 1, 

l8t qixarter, 1909. 25c., no. 
TtmpU, The. 312 W. Green St., Louisville, Ky., w., 

4to, illus., vol. 1, no. 1. July 30, 1909. lOc, $1.00. 
Theosophy and Niw Thought. Bombay, mo., 8vo, illus., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Jan., 1907. Successor to The Theosophic 

Gleaner. 
Townsman, The. Caxton Bldg., Cleveland, C, w., 4to, 

illus., vol. 1, no. 1, Sept. 11, 1909. 2c., $1.00. 
Trade Journal Advertiser. Manhattan Bldg., Chicago, 

111., mo., 8vo, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, May, 1909. 20c., 

$2.00. 
Twentieth Century Magazine. 5 Park Sq., Boston, Mass., 

mo., 8vo, illus.. vol. 1, no. 1. Oct., 1909. 25c., $2.00. 
U. C. T. Red Book, Gazetteer and Guide. Boise, Idaho, 

mo., 24mo, vol. 1, no. 1. March, 1909. $1.00. 
Universal Magazine. 3550 Vista Ave., St. Louis, Mo., 

mo., 4to, illus., vol. 1. no. 1, Jime, 1907. 3c., 25c. 
Volkshochschule, Die. Berlin, mo., heft. 1, April, 1909. 

M. 4. 
Washington Investigator, The. 1427 F St., N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C, mo., 4to, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, March, 

1909. 15c., $1.00. 
White Magazine, The. London, Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, March- 
April, 1909. 3s. 6d. 
Zeitschrift fur Botanik. Jena, mo., Svo, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, 

1909. 
Zettschrift fur das gesamte technische und gewebliche RechU 

Halle a. S., vol. 1, no. 1, April, 1 1909. 
Zettschrift fur Jugendwohlfahrt. Leipzig, mo., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Jan., 1909 M. 12. 
Zentralblatt fur H erzkrankheiten und die Erkrajkeingen 

der Gefasse. Vienna, mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Jan., 1909. 

M. 10. 
Zeitschrift fur Sanglingsschutz. Berlin, mo. heft. 1, July, 

1909. M. 6. 

n. Changed or Discontinued. 
Ambassador, The. Coming, N. Y. Discontinued with 

vol. 2, no. 1, Jan., 1909. 
Arena. Boston. Discontinued with vol. 41, no. 233, 

Aug., 1909. 
Auto News, The. Washington, D. C. Discontinued 

with no. 2, March, 1909. 
Bar and Buffet. Cincinnati. Changed to American 

Beverage and Food Journal with vol. 6, no. 31, Jan., 

1909. 
Bibliophile, The. London. Discontinued with vol. 4, 

no. 19, Sept., 1909. 
California Bungalow, The. Los Angeles. Changed to 

The Bvmgalow Magazine with no. 2, April, 1909. 
Cartoon, The. New York. Discontinued with no. 23, 

Jime 12, 1908. 
Concerning Municipal Ownership. New York. Discon- 
tinued with vol. 4, no. 6, June, 1909. 
Cosmic World, The. Chicago. Discontinued with no. 8, 

April, 1909. 
Earth and Rock. Chicago. After vol. 15, no. 6, March 

15, 1909, called Contract News. 
Fairchild's Magazine. New York. After no. 7, April, 

1909, called The Gentleman's JovuTial. 
Fancy Fruit. North Yakima, Wash. Changed to 

Washington Fruit Grower with vol. 3, no 22. May, 

1909. 
Far East, The. Detroit. Discontinued with vol. 2, 

no. 2, Jan.. 1909. 
Ghourki, The. Morgantown, W. Va. Discontinued 

with vol. 6, no. 2, April, 1909. 
Gray Goose, The. Deposit, N. Y. Discontinued with 

vol. 22, no. 6, June, 1909. 
Green Book. Keyser, W. Va. Discontinued with no. 12, 

Jan., 1909. 
Illuminated World Life. Minneapolis. Discontinued with 

vol. 6, no. 4, May, 1909. 
Indo-American Magazine, The. Chicago. Changed to 

Life and Action with no. 2, Sept., 1909. 
Industrial Union Bulletin. Chicagb. Discontinued with 

vol. 2, no. 31, March. 1909. 
Iron Molders' Journal. Cincinnati. Changed to Inter- 
national Molders' Journal with vol. 44. no. 1. Tan., 

1908. 



Journal of Mycology. Colvunbus. Discontinued with vol. 

14, no. 2, March, 1908. 
Ladies' Magazine. Chicago. Discontinued with vol. 8, 

no. 9, Sept., 1908. 
Little Chronicle, The. Chicago. Changed to The World's 

Chronicle with vol. 18, no. 1, March 7, 1908. 
Live Stock Tribune. Los Angeles. Changed to Pacific 

Poultrycroft with vol. 14, no. 10, Oct., 1909. 
Mail Order Monthly. St. Paul. Discontinued with 

vol. 17, no. 11, Feb., 1908. 
Midget Magazine. Winchester. Va. Publication resumed 

with no. 2. Sept.. 1908. 
Midland. Cincinnati. Discontinued with vol. 3, no. 6, 

Jtme, 1909. Merged in Uncle Remus's Home Maga- 
zine. 
Monatshefte fur graphisches Kunstgewerbe. Discontinued 

with vol. 7. no. 12, Sept.. 1909. 
New Theology Magazine, The. Boston. After no. 7, 

Sept., 1908, called New Age Magazine. 
Olympian, The. Nashville, Tenn. Discontinued with 

vol. 2, no. 6, Dec, 1903. 
Opportunities of Today. Detroit. Discontinued with 

vol. 4, no. 4, April, 1908. 
Optical Instrument Monthly, The. New York. Discon- 
tinued with no. 5, Oct., 1905. Merged in Optical 

Journal. 
Our American Suburbs. New York. Changed to Ameri- 
can Suburbs with no. 2. 
Pacific Northwest. Seattle. Discontinued with no. 12. 

March. 1904. 
Reason. New York. Discontinued with no. 1. Oct., 

1909. 
Reformblatt fur Arbeiter- V ersicherung. Frankfurt-a-M. 

Changed to Zentralblatt der Reichsversichertmg with 

vol. 5, no. 7, April, 1909. 
School. London. Discontinued with no. 63, March, 

1909. 
School Physiology Journal. Boston. Changed to Scien- 
tific Temperance Joiimal with vol. 19, no. 1. Sept., 

1909. 
Schoolmaster, The. Saginaw, Mich. Discontinued with 

vol. 3, no. 7, March, 1909. 
Selling Magazine, The. New York. Combined with 

Profitable Advertising (Boston) and called Advertsi- 

ing and Selling with vol. 19, no. 1, June, 1909. 
Skylight. Chicago. Discontinued with vol. 13, no. 1, 

Jan., 1909. 
Smith's Iconoclast. Brookl)m. Discontinued with no. 3, 

Feb.. 1908. 
Socialist Crusader, The. Brooklyn. Changed to Crusader 

with no. 2. Nov.. 1909. 
Successward. New York. Discontinued with no. 8. 

May. 1903. 
Theosophy and New Thought. Bombay. Discontinued 

with Dec, 1907. 
Todd's Scrap Book of Love, Marriage and Divorce. New 

York. Discontinued with no. 10, April, 1907. 
Uncle Sam's Magazine. New York. Discontinued with 

vol. 15, no. 3, July, 1909. 
University Digest. Chicago. Discontinued with vol. 2, 

no. 1, March, 1907. 
Violinist, The. Chicago. Resumed publication with vol. 

6, no. 1, Oct., 1908. 
Washington Enterprise, The. Washington. Discontinued 

with no, 5, Sept. 7, 1906. 
Western Investors Review, The. Denver. Changed to The 

Western Outlook with vol. 16, no. 1, Sept., 1909. 
White Family Quarterly. DeSoto, Mo. Discontinued with 

no. 3, Oct., 1905. 
Wolverine Workman. Lansing. Discontinued with vol. 8, 

no. 4, July, 1907. 
Worth While. Lynn, Mass. Discontinued with no. 2, Jan., 

1909. 
Zionist. Washington, D. C. Discontinued with vol. 3, 

no. 1. Aug., 1909. 
Zion's Watch Tower. Allegheny. After vol. 29, no. 24, 
Dec, 1908. called The Watch Tower and Herald of 
Christ's Presence. 



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QUARTERLY MAGAZINE SUBJECT-INDEX, OCT.-DEC, J909 

(*Belng a oontlnuation of the Maganlne Subjeot-Index, YoL 1, and Annual for 1908.) 

FOR LIST OF PERIODICALS INDEXED AND ABBREVIATIONS USED SEE BULLETIN OF BIBLIOGRAPHY 

FOR OCTOBER, 1909. 



Bxplanatory. 

th! 



Inclusive pages of articles indexed are given, making possible an accurate estimate of length. The Tolume, 
montTi and year are also given. 

"il." means illustrated. "por.", "pors.", mean with portrait, or portraits. "Portrait" means portrait only, no article. 

If an article concerning a person is marked " il." it means that among the illustrations there is no portrait, while " por." or 

pors." would show that the only illustrations were portraits. 

A colon after an initial designates the most usual given name, as per rule adopted by the A. L. A., and by both the ReaeUr't 
Guidt and Library Index. 

Continued stories and fiction by notable writers have been included under name of author. 

QUARTERLY MAGAZINE SUBJEOT-INDEX, OGT.-DEO., 1909. 



Actors and actresses. 

— Index to portraits of, and articles about, and by, in 

American and English periodicals. Bui. B. 6: 21-36. 

O09, and following issues. 
— See also Dramatic Index. 
Aerial navigfation. 
— Aeroplanes, and how they are operated. G. H. Cvir- 

tiss. il. Recreation 30: 170-2. O09. 
— Dawn of flying age. B. R. Newton, il. Van N. 6: 

334-43. D09. 
— Present status of aviation. G. H. Curtiss. il. Hamp- 
ton 23: 630-41. N09. 
— Recent successes in. W: T. Walsh, il. Tech. W. 12: 

290-6. N09. 
— Success of the "Aerial experiment association" of five 

members. G. Grosvenor. il. Recreation 30: 229- 

31. N09. 
— United States Army's first fljnng machine. C. H. 

Clandy. il. Tech. W. 12: 222-31. O09. 
— Universities should teach. R. P. Heame. Ox. & Camb. 

no. 7: 66-78. Mids. 09. 
— 25eppelin airship's trip to Berlin. A. Gradenwitz. il. 

Tech. W. 12: 374-9. D09. 
Africa, East. 
— Future of British East Africa. T. Roosevelt. W. Work 

(Lond.) 14: 533-7. O09. 
— Mombassa. G. R. Plowden. Af. Mo. 6: 568-75. N09. 
Africa, Nort^. 
— French colonization. T. W. Balch. Am. Pol. Sci. 3: 

539-51 N09. 
Africa, South. 
— ^T: Baines, artist traveller, il. Bibliophile 4: 13-9. 

809. 
— Citizens, Training of. J. J. Hoyle Af. Mo. 6: 435- 

49. O09. 
— Great Britain-Germany declaration referring Walfish 

Bay territory botmdary to arbitration, Jan. 1909 

(text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 306-8. O09. 
— Native representation and the Union jparliament. 

F. J. Newnham. Af. Mo. 6: 546-52. N09. 
— Political unity of. F. J. Seward. Af. Mo. 6: 361-71. 

S09. 
— Possible secession of. P. A. Silbum. Ox. & Camb. 

no. 7: 26-36. Mids.09. 
— Transvaal-Mozambique convention, Apl909, (text). 

Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 309-20. O09. 
Agriculture. 

—in North Dakota. N. Dak. M. 3: S09. 65-77. 
Alaska. 

— Undeveloped wealth of. The Pinchot-Ballinger con- 
troversy. J: L. Mathews il. Hampton 23: 825- 

36. D09. 
Albany, N. T. 
— Presbyterianism, Beginnings of, in. V. H. Paltsits. 

Pres. His. S. 5: 155-63. D09, and following issues. 
Alcohol. 
— Made from sawdust. H. G. Hunting, il. Tech. W. 

12: 152-8. O09. 
Alexander, John W. 
— Artist. J. N. Laurvik. il. Met. M. 31: 369-76. D09. 



Alfonso YTTT., King of Spain, 1886-. 
— Sketch of. pors. il. Met. M. 31: 205-16. N09. 
America. 

— in 1676. Bacon's rebellion. R. T. Crowder. J. Am. 
His. 3: 409-28. J1-S09. 



Catherine F. Cavanagh. il. Ameri- 
N09. 



Annapolis, Md. 

— Houses, Historic. 

cana 4: 819-28. 
Apartment houses. 
— New York City. Hudson-Grant-Review apartments. 

il. plan. W. Arch. 14: N09. 
— with stores below. Cedarhurst, L. I. il. plan. Brickb. 

18: S09. 
Appalachian mountains. 
— National forest project, The South's concern in. J: H. 

Finney, il. Conservation 15: 741-51. D09. 
Architecture. 
— Building to fit uses, not for monuments. F. W. Fitz- 

patrick. Arch. & B. M. 41: 485-8. S09. 
— Colonial style explained. F. E. Wallis. il. House & G. 

16: 189-92. D09. 
Arctic exploration. 
— and international law. J. B. Scott. Am. J. Int. L. 3: 

928-41. O09. 
— North Pole discovery, 1909. R. E. Peary, il. J. Am. 

His. 3: 345-58. J1-S09. 
— Commander Peary and his work. Elsa Barker, il. 

Hampton 23 : 814a-814w. D09, and following issues. 
— North Pole discovery. Science capable of detecting 

false data. J: S.Lopez, il. VanN. 6: 193-6. N09. 
— North Pole discovery. Scientific aspects of. N. F. 

Dupuis Queen's Q- 17: 119-21. O-D09. 
— Reported North Pole discovery, 1908. Dr. F: A. Cook. 

il. J. Am. His. 3: 315-40. J1-S09, and foUowing 

issues.— W: T. Walsh, il. Tech. W. 12: 217-21. 

O09. 
Argentine republic. 
— The Chaco and its forests. H. Kluge. For. Q. 7: 410- 

14. D09. 
Aristotle. 
— and Plato, and their protot5rpes. M. Hutton. Univ. M. 

8: 408-20. O09. 
Armenia. 
— Household customs. A. Crawshay. Ox. & Camb. 

no. 7: 61-5. Mids. 09. 
Armenians. 
— Massacres of, and after effects. J. Creelman. il. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 455-74. O09. 
Art. 
— Art and artifice. T: L. Jarrot. Univ. M. 8: 483-91. 

O09. 
Art collections. 
— Glasgow. The Carfrae Alston collection. P. Bate. il. 

Connoisseur 25: 87-91. O09. 
— Racial aspect of collecting. Burl. M. 15: 329-31. S09. 
Art galleries. 
— London, Eng. Grafton galleries collection of "School of 

Giorgione ' pictures. C. J. Holmes. Burl. M. 16: 

72-4. N09. 



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Ashley, Thomu, 1738-1811. 

—Sketch of. por. J. Am. His. 3: 602. O-D09. 

Athletics. 

—Oxford university. C. B. Gull. Ox. & Camb. no. 7: 96- 

104. Mids. 09. 
Austria. 
— Austria-Htmgary-Turkey protocol, Feb., 1909 (text). 

Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 286-8. O09. 
Automobiles. 
— Motoring as a recreation for women. Minna Irving, il. 

Sub. L. 9: 233-4, 280. N09. 
Babies. See Infants. 
Baines, Thomas, 1822-75. 
— Artist and African traveller, por. il. Bibliophile 4 : 

13-9. S09. 
Ballinger, Richard A. 
— United States Secretary of Interior, por. Pac. Mo. 22: 

520. N09. 
— The Pinchot-Ballinger controversy, por. il. Hampton 

23: 660-74. N09. 
Baltimore, Md. 

— Sir G: Calvert, and the beginnings of Baltimore 
Bertha L. Robinson. Americana 4: 737-46. O09. 
Bank buildings. 
— Boston, Mass. First national bank. il. Brickb. 18: 

179, 184. S09. 
— Dayton, O. National bank. il. W. Arch. 14: 35. 

O09. 
Banks and banking. 
—Central bank plan. G: M. Reynolds. Moody 8: 273-5 

O09. 
— Dangers of a central bank of issue. A. S. Brown. 

Moody 8: 445-55. D09. 
Baseball. 
— American "post post-season," 1909 (story). A. San- 

gree. il. Met. M. 31: 377-86. D09. 
Basket work. 
— Indian baskets, Collecting. C. E. Shepard. il. House & 

G. 16: 199. D09. 
Bath rooms. 
— Shower-baths in the home. J. J. Cosgrove. il. Sub. 

L. 9: 191. O09. 
Beerbohm, Max. 

— Author. Portrait. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 119. D09. 
Berlios, Hector. 
— as an orchestral conductor, por. J. Tiersot. N. Music 

R. 9: 13-5. D09. 
Bible. 
— Criticism, Modem, Basis for. C. A. B. Brockwell. 

Univ. M. 8: 649-72. D09. 
— Criticism. What have the critics given us. A. W. F. 

Blvmt. Hom. R 58: 360-5 N09 
— Exodus, in the light of modem research E. A. Powell. 

il. map. Met. M. 31: 301-13. D09. 
— Expurgated Bible not exedient. W: H. P. Faimce. 

Van N. 6: 222-6. N09. 
Bible, new testament. 
— John. Revelation of John in recent criticism. A. S. 

Peake. Hom. R. 58: 447-50. D09. 
Birmingham, Eng. 

— Musical festival, Oct., 1909. E. A. Braugn. il. Wind- 
sor 30: 526-35. O09. 
Bitter, Karl. 

— Sculptor. Americana 4: 867-8. N09. 
Black family. 

—Genealogy, il. Old N. W. 12: 109-17. J109. 
Blackstone river, Mass. and B. I. 
— Use of its water power in mills. W. Packard, il. 

Tech. W. 12: 121-30. O09. 
Blake, ^lUam. 

— Criticism of. R. Ross. Burl. M. 16: 84-7. N09 
Blood. 
— Protozoal parasites. Annie Porter, il. Sci. Pro. 4: 

248-66. O09. 
Bolivia. 
— Bolivia-Pem treaties on frontiers, 1902-3 (text). Am. 

J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 378-87. O09. 
— Highland dwellers. I. Bowman, il. Geog. Soc. Phila. 
7: 159-84. O09. ^ 



Bonds. ^ 

— Public utility bonds. F: Lownhaupt. Moody 8:287- 

90. O09. 
— Railroad bonds. F: Lownhaupt. Moody 8: 361-5 

N09, and following issues. 
Bookbinding. 
— French. Famous Parisian bookbinders. J. C. Mac 

gregor. il. Bibliophile 4: 9-12. S09. 
Bookplates. 
—Cambridge, Eng., college bookplates. F: W. Burgess. 

il. Connoisseur 25: 172-3. N09 
Books and book-making. 
— Materials and features of books. J: C. Dana. il. 

Print. Art 14: 97-104. O09. 
—Style of books. Print. Art 14: 173-5. N09. 
Boone, Daniel. 1735-1820. 
—in Missouri. W. S. Bryan. Mo. His. R. 4: 29-35 

O09. 
Borglum, Solon, 1868-. 
— Sculptor. Americana, 4: 868-70. N09. 
Brady, Cyrus Townsend, 1861-. 

— The west wind (story). Sunset 23: 639-50. D09. 
Bridges. 
— New York. Queensboro bridge, Architectural details. 

il. Arch. & B. M. 42: 9-18. O09. 
Briquets and briquetting. 

— North Dakota's industry. N. Dak. M. 3: S09. 11-8. 
Bronzes. 
— from Dodona. A. Koester. il. Burl. M. 16: 87-97. 

N09. 
—Italian statuettes. G. F. Hill. Burl. M. 15: 351-7. 

S09 
Brown, George H., 1877- 
— Mayor of Lowell, Mass por. Gran. St. M. 6: 37-40. 

J1-S09 
Brown, John Duff. 
— Reminiscences of life in Texas Tex. His. Q 12: 296— 

311 Ap09 
Browning, Robert, 1812-89 
— His poem "Abt Vogler" examined. J. Gould. Univ. M. 

8: 458-66. O09. 
Bubonic plague. 
— San Francisco's fight with. W: C. Rucker. il. Tech. 

W. 12: 254-64. N09. 
Buck, Dudley, 1839-1909. 

— Composer. N. Music R. 8: 601-2, 616. N09. 
Buck family. 

—Genealogy, il. Old N. W. 12: 118-28. J109. 
Buddhism. 
—In Japan. T. E. Green, il. Hampton 23: 740-51. 

D09. 
Buffaloes. 
— in North America, past and present. Agnes D. 

Cameron, il. Pac. Mo. 22: 591-602. D09. 
Bulbs. 
— Forcing for indoor bloom. L. J. Doogue. il. House & 

G 16: 155-7. N09. 
— Naturalizing, on the home grounds. E. O. Calvene. il. 

House &G. 16: 111-4. O09. 
— When to plant and how. H. H. Henry, il. Sub. L. 

9: 184. O09. 
Bungalows. 
— Navesink Highlands, N. J. Three bungalows, il. plan. 

Arch. & B. M. 42: 37-40. O09. 
—in tropics. W. Arch. 14: 43-4. N09. 
Butte, Mont. 
— City above mine fires. J: H. Mcintosh and B. Braley. 

il. Tech. W. 12: 407-14. D09. 
Butterflies. 
— Catching and mounting, for sale. W. Packard, il. 

Tech. W. 12: 245-53. N09. 
Cable companies. 
— Mackay companies, History of. J: Moody. Moody 8: 

417-20. U09. 
Caffal, James, 1825-. 
— Mormon Elder. Biography, por. H. C. Smith. J. His. 

2: 387-98. O09, and following issues. 
California. 

— European colonies in. A. H. Martin. Americana 4: 
605-10. S09. 



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Calvin, John, 1509-64. 

— Calvin celebration at Geneva, July, 1909. M. A. 

tjg! Brownson. Pres. His. S. 5: 164-74. D09. 

— Calvin's relation to America. J. I. Good. Pres. His. S. 

5: 179-87. D09. 
Campbell, Dr. P. L. 
— President University of Oregon. Portrait. Sunset 23: 

397. O09. 
Canada. 
— Coast defence for. C. F: Hamilton. Univ. M. 8: 587- 

602. D09. 
— Financial, railroad and industrial triangle. N. S. 

Fineberg. Moody 8: 374-81. N09. 
— Maritime provinces, Union of. G: G. Melvin. Univ. M. 

8: 436-42. O09. 
— and the Monroe doctrine. S. Leacock. Univ. M. 8: 

351-74. O09. 
— Shall Canada have a navy. C. F: Hamilton. Univ. M. 

8: 375-97. O09. 
— Transportation in, before the railroads were built. 

G: V. Cousins. Univ. M. 8: 607-28. D09. 
— Village vs. city life. J. G. Wales. Univ. M. 8: 561-71. 

D09. 
China. 

— China-Russia preliminary arrangement, zone of 
Chinese eastern Railway, Myl909 (text). Am. J. 
Int. L. Supp. 3: 289-92. O09. 
— and Japan. Tlie yellow races of Asia. B. L. P. Weale. 

W. Work (Lond.) 15: 34-49. D09. 
—Railroads in. K. K. Kawakami. il. Van N. 6: 323-6. 

D09. 
— The world's market-place. S. Bonsai, il. map. Met. M. 

31: 160-74. N09. 
Chippewa river, Wis. 
— Reservoirs on. T. C. Pound, il. Conservation 15: 679- 

82. N09. 
Christ. 
—Personality of. H. R. Mackintosh. Hom. R. 58: 437- 

41. D09. 
Christmas. 
—Christmas greens. E. O. Calvene. il. House & G. 16: 

202-4. D09. 
Christmas day. 

— How authors spend Christmas. Signed notes from 
English writers. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 135-8. D09. 
Christmas rose. 
— How to have winter flowers. F. Beckwith. il. House & 

G. 16: 207, ix. D09. 
Chrysanthemums. 
—How to grow. E. U. Good. il. Hovise & G. 16: 166-7. 

N09. 
Church architecture. 
— Denver, Colo. Trinity memorial church, il. plan. 

Brickb. 8: O09. 
— Massachusetts. Old churches at Greenwich, Mass. 
(1780) and W. Springfield, Mass. (1783). il. W. 
Arch. 14: O09. 
— New York City. St. Mary's chtirch. il. Brickb. 18: 

S09 
— Philadelphia, Pa Memorial church of St. Paul. il. 

plan. Brickb. 18: S09. 
— Sewickley, Pa. St. Stephens church, il. W. Arch. 14: 

N09. 
Church furniture. 
— Ambones of Northern Italy. J. T. Perry, il. Burl. 

M. 16: 100-4. 
Church parish houses. 
— West Newton, Mass., Unitarian parish house, il. 

plan. Brickb. 18: N09. 
Churches. 

— Boston. King's chapel. H: Waterman, il. Ameri- 
cana 4: 844-8. N09. 
Cicero. 
— The beauty of Cicero's speech. J. A. Dewe. Univ. 

M. 8: 476-82. O09. 
Cigars. 

— The United cigar stores co. The coupon method. 
R. H. Gillmore. il. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 482-90. 
O09. 



Citisens. 

— Residents in foreign countries relation to home govern- 
ment. E. P. wheeler. Am. J. Int. L. 3: 869-84. 
O09. 
Clubs. 
— London, Eng., club in days of Queen Anne. J. E. 

Bonnoront. Queen's Q. 17: 99-112. O-D09. 
Colleges and universities. 
— Minnesota University. Ladies Dormitory, il. W. 

Arch. 14: D09. 
Colombia. 

— Great Britain-Colombia arbitration agreement, Dec. 
1908. (text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 305. O09. 
Columbus, Christopher, 1446-1506. 
— Statue. J. Am. His. 3: 522. O-D09. 
Comets. 
— Notes about many. T. M. Raulein. il. Tech. W. 

12: 146-51. O09. 
Congo Kiver, Africa. 
— France-Belgivun agreements in regard to, 1908, (text). 

Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3:293-5. 009. 
Contoocook, N. H. 
—Sketch of. C: Hardon. il. Gran. Mo. 41:321-9. 

O09. 
Cook, Dr. Frederick Albert, 1865-. 

— Arctic explorer, por. Met. M. 31: 2. O09. — Por- 
trait. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 487. O09. 
Comwallis, Charles, Marquis, 1738-1805. 
— Portrait. Connoissexir 25: 143. N09- 
Corporation tax. 
— United States. The new law. W: M. Lybrand. 

Moody 8: 175-8. S09. 
Costa Rica. 

— United States — Costa Rica arbitration convention, 
Jan. 1909 (text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 277. 
O09. 
Cottages. 
— Chalet in California, A. Helen Ray. il. House & 

G. 16: 168-9. N09. 
Court Houses. 
— ^Joppa, Md., Baltimore Co. court house. Md. His. 

M. 4: 384-6. D09. 
— White Plains, N. Y., Westchester court hotise. il. 

Arch & B. M. 41: 489-97. S09. 
— Wilkesbarre, Pa., Luzerne Co. court house, il 

W. Arch. 14: O09. 
Cowdery, Oliver, 1806-. 
— Mormon. Biography. H.H.Smith. J. His. 2: 463-71 

O09. 
Cowper, William, 1731-1800. 
— Cowper and his h)rmns. por. W: H. Bates. 

Hom R. 58: 269-74. O09. 
Crane, Charles B. 
— Truth about his recall as Minister to China, por. 

O. H. Stewart. Van N. 6: 269-74. D09. 
Cricket. 
— English players that are brothers, il. H. Gordon 

Windsor 30: 401-7. S09. 
Crime and criminals. 
— Hereditary criminality and its cure. W. W. Foster. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 565-72. N09. 
— South African prison and the black men. G. D. 

Gray. Af. Mo. 6: 489-93. O09. 
Crop reports. 
— United States. How the governments forecast 

crops. W. Faucett. il. Van N. 6: 86-9. O09. 
Custis, Daniel Parke. 

—Library of (catalogue). Va. M. 17: 404-12. O09. 
Dalzell. 
— Ancient Scotch surname. J. B. Dalzell. Scot. 

His. R. 7 r 69-72. O09. 
Deer. 
— Hunting the white-tail deer. L. D. Sherman. il. 

Recreation 30: 264-9. D09. 
Dennett, Frederick. 
— United States General land office commissioner. 

por. Pac. Mo. 22: 521. N09. 
Denney, Rev. James. 
— Portrait. Hom. R. 58: 426. D09. 



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Diaz, Porfirio, Jr. 

—Son of Pres. of Mexico, por. Met. M. 31 : 10-2. O09. 

Divorce. 

— The evil and its caixses. Horn. R. 58: 466-71. D09. 

Dogs. 

— Bird dogs. Handling. L. Ttifts. il. Recreation 30: 

226-8. N09. 
— Bloodhounds. J. L. Winchell. il. Recreation 30: 

294-5. D09. 
— Bulldogs. French btilldogs the rival of the Boston 

terrier. A. P. Bender, il. Sub L. 9: 235. N09. 
— Terriers and toys. S L. Bensusan. il. Windsor 

30: 409-20. S09. 
Dolls. 
— Old dolls. Mrs. F. N. Jackson, il. Connoisseur 

25: 231-4. D09. 
Doors. 
— Door-knockers, Artistic. H. B. Westerham. il. 

Connoisseur 25: 223-9. D09. 
Doyle, John, " I-B."-1868. 

— Caricaturist of the early 30s. E. Mew. il. Con- 
noisseur 25: 101-5. O09. 
Drama. 
— Index to dramatic material in American and English 

geriodicals from July, 1909. Bui. B. 6: 21-36. 
•09, and following issues. 
— See also Dramatic index. 
Dramatists. 
— Index to portraits of, and articles about, in American 

and English periodicals for July, 1909. Bui. B. 

6: 21-36. O09, and following issues. 
Dressmaking. 
— School-made graduating dresses. W. H. Campbell. 

Sch. Ed. 29: 117-20. D09. 
Ducks. 

— Photographing ducks. W. M. Newson. il. Recre- 
ation 30: 147-51. O09. 
Duryea, Mrs. Herman. 
—Portrait. Met. M. 31: 289. D09. 
Dyes and dyeing. 
— Home-made dyes. Cordelia Stanwood. Sub. L. 

9: 266-7. N09, 
Earth. 
— Plan to pierce the earth. C. Flammarion. il. Tech. 

W. 12: 359-65. D09. 
Edinburgh, Scotland. 
—The King's birthday riot. Jime, 1792. H: W. 

Meikle. Scot. His. R. 7: 21-8. O09. 
Education. 
— Aim in education. A. C. Benson. Windsor 30: 646- 

8. N09. 
— As the evolution of conduct. L. W. Colwell. Ed. 

Bi-Mo. 4: 47-53. O09 
—Ideals in. C. F. Lavell. Queen's Q. 17: 122-31. 

O-D09 
— Modem, Fads in. J: Macnaughton. Univ. M. 8: 

509-32 D09. 
— Nattire of. Margaret K. Slater. Sch. Ed. 29: 112- 

6. D09. 
—in North Dakota. N. Dak. M. 3: S09. 19-23. 
— in Ohio, Early. Jessie Cohen. Americana 4: 710- 

17. O09. 
— Science, Relation of, to the student's needs. A. L. 

Blackwood. Ed. Bi-Mo. 4: 81-7. D09. 
— The teacher and child. S. S. Wise. Pac. Mo. 22: 

359-64. O09. 
Electric railways. 
— Interurban, in Indiana. F: B. Hiatt. Ind. M. 

5: 122-30. S09. 
Elgar, Sir Edward. 
— Composer, por. H. Antcliffe. N. Music R, 9; 11- 

3 D09. 
Embroideries. 

— At Hardwick hall, by Elizabeth, Countess of Shrews- 
bury, 16th centxuy. M. Jourdain. Burl. M. 16: 

97-9. N09. 
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1833-82. 
— Worship, poem (facsimile). J. Am. His. 3: 597- 

8. O-D09. 



Forest fires. 

— United States. Ferocity and effects of. D. A. Willey. 
il. Pac. Mo. 22: 464-75. N09. 

Foresters. 

— American. Why poorly trained. For. Q. 7: 373-6. 
D09. 

Forestry. 

— Chicago city forester's work. J. H. Prost. Ed. Bi- 
Mo. 4: 105-10 D09. 

— England. The exhibition at Royal agricultural 
society show, Gloucester, Jime, 1909. Q. J. For. 3: 
374-81. O09. 

— In Japan. J. B. Moore, il Conservation 15; 
727-40 D09 

— Reafforestation of wastes, C, J. van Schembeek. 
Q. J. For. 3: 332-9. O09. 

— Scandinavia, Afforestation and deforestation in. 
Q. J. For. 3: 321-6. O09. 

— Tree planting. New method. M. Kozesnik. il. 
Soc. Am. For. 4: 221-8. 09. 

— United States. Effect on Central States of destruction 
of Northern forests. A. Erixon. il. Conservation 
15: 599-605. O09. 

— United States, forest rangers wanted. M.B.Buchan- 
an, il. Tech. W. 12: 317-25. N09. 

Forests. 

— Finland. Pine forests on Ulea river. M. P. Price. 
Q. J. For. 3: 311-20. O09. 

— Fvmction of the forest. N. Katunanns. il. Con- 
servation 15: 671-8. N09. 

— United States national. Restricting free use of tim- 
ber. L. L. White. For. Q. 7: 238-42. S09. 

— United States. Waste of, and need of government 
control. S. T. Kelsey, il. Conservation 15: 657- 
70. N09. 

Forman, Justus Miles, 1875-. 

— The harvest moon (story), il. Windsor. 30: 385- 
94. S09. 

Frazer river. Ore. 

— Discovery and exploration of. F: V. Holman. 
Ore. His. Q. 10: 1-15. Je09. 

French, Daniel Chester, 1850-. 

—Sculptor. Americana 4: 860-2. N09. 

Fuel. 

—Briquets from lignite. N. Dak. M. 3: S09. 11-8. 

Fulton, Robert, 1765-1815. 

—Portrait by T. Sulley. Print. Art. 14: 116. O09. 

Funk, Wilhelm. 

— Portrait painter. M. E. Blanc, il. Met. M. 31: 
217-22. N09. 

Furniture. 

— Austrian bent wood. W. Schmitt. il. Arch. & 
B. M. 42: 65-9. N09. 

— Chippendales, 1730-70. H. Macfall. il. Connois- 
seur 25: 149-57. N09. 

— Ducerceau and his influence on French renaissance 
furniture, il. Burl. M. 15: 357-8. S09. 

— Lacquer as applied to 18th century furniture. E. 
Mew. il. Connoisseur. 25:207-12. D09, and fol- 
lowing issues. 

Games. 

— Squash. Squash cotirt building at No. Easton, Mass. 
il. plan. Brickb. 18: N09. 

Garden Cities. 

— England. Success of. Queen's Q. 17: 148-53. O- 
D09. 

Gardening. 

— Utilization of natural features in garden making. 
Grace Tabor, il. House & G. 16: 124-6. O09. 

Gardens. 

— Formal and informal. Grace Tabor, il. House 
& G. 16: 196-8. D09. 

— School garden of a city building. Sch. Ed. 29; 125- 
7. D09. 

Gas. 

— for fuel. Mond fuel-gas works of Birminghain, Eng. 
il. Windsor 30: 669-79. N09. 

Gaynor, William J. 

-Mayor-elect of N.'^Y. city. por. Van N. 6:248. 
D09. 



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M. r.^t 



Pres. 



Jane P. Cook. 



W. S. BuU. il. Sub. 



of. E. P. 
and foUow- 



Oeneva, Switserland. 

—Calvin's city as it is today. 

His. S. 5: 164-74. D09. 
Qeogr&phy. 
— Home geography for older children. 

Ed. Bi-Mo. 4: 133-8. D09. 
Germany. 
— United States-Grermany convention concerning patents. 

Feb. 1909. (text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 278-9. 

O09. 
Giorgione. 
— School of Giorgione pictures at the Grafton galleries. 

C. J. Holmes. Burl. M. 16: 72-4. N09. 
Gladstone, William Ewart, 1809-. 
— as a man of letters, pors. H. Pavil. il. Bkman. 

(Lond.) 37: 125-8. D09. 
— Sketch, pors. A. S. Henry, il. Bk. News 28: 

251-5. D09. 
Glidings-machines . 
— How to make. A. R. Bond. il. Sub. L. 9: 192- 

-3. O09. 
Ck>ats. 
— Milch goats for milk supply. 

L. 9: 183, 195. O09. 
God. 
— The Christian idea of. W: A. Brown, il. Horn. 

R. 58: 354-9. N09. 
Gold mining. 
— First discovery of gold mines, account 

Lyle, Jr. Hampton 23: 761-74. D09, 

ing issues. 
— Gold dredgers and their work in California. C: S. 

Aiken, il. Sunset 23: 651-6. D09. 
Gompers, Samuel, 1850- 
— President American federation of labor, por. Met. 

M. 31:353. D09. 
Gray, Judge George. 
— of Delaware, por. J: S. Lopez, il. Van N. 6: 

282-8. D09. 
Great Britain. 
— Army. History of the " Artists " corps. H. Long- 

htirst. il. W. Work. (Lond.) 14: 528-32. O09. 
— Army. Officers' training corps. A. W. A. Pollock. 

Ox and Camb. no. 7: 14-25. Mids.09. 
— Army. Sixth London brigade royal field artillery 

(T). H. Longhurst. il. W. Work. (Lond.) 15: 

76-83. D09. 
— Government. Hotise of lords in 1832. (picture). 

W. Work (Lond.) 14: 609. N09. 
— Government. The power of the peers. P. Landon. 

W. Work (Lond.) 14: 472-6. O09. 
— Government. Referendum and its probable effect. 

C. W. Mullins. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 477-80. 

O09. 
— Great Britain — Columbia arbitration agreement. Dec. 

1908 (text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 305. O09. 
— Great Britain-Siam treaty, Mrl909. (text). Am. 

J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 297-304. O09. 
Greece, Ancient. 
— Slavery in. Mrs. C. F. MacLean. Americana 4: 

849-57. N09. 
Guerin, Jules. 
— Architectural drawings of. S: Swift, il. Brickb. 

18: 177-84. S09. 
GnUck, Luther Halsey. 
— President Playgroiuid association of America. 

Hampton 23: 558-9. O09. 
Guncotton. 
— Uses of in manufacturing arts. 

Tech. W. 12: 270-7. N09. 
Haggard, Henry Rider, 1856-. 

—Author, por. Bkman. (Lond.) 37: 119. D09. 
Hall, Judge James, 1793-. 
— Ohio literary pioneer, por. 
Arch. Q. 18: 468-83. O09. 
Halleck, Fitz-Greene, 1790-1867. 
— Hark a bugle's echo comes, poem (facsimile). J. 

Am. His. 3: 593-5. O-D09. 
Hamilton, Alexander, 1757-1804. 
—Statue. J. Am. His. 3: 341. J1-S09. 



por. 



J. E. Blowen. il. 



D. L. James. O. 



Haraden, Jonathan. 

— Captain in U. S. Navy in Revolution. F. A. Gardner. 

Mass. M. 2: 191-9. O09. 
Harriman, Edward Henry, 1848-1909. 
— Death of. por. Moody 8: 163. S09. 
—Portrait. Stmset 23: 356. O09. 
—Sketch of. M. M. Reynolds. Moody 8: 281-6. O09. 
Harris, 'VHUiam L. 
— Artist and his mural decorations for chtirch of the 

Paulist Fathers, por. Hampton 23: 557-8. O09. 
Harris, William T. 1835-1909. 
—Sketch of. Sch. Ed. 29: 103-4. D09. 
Havana. 
— Siege and capture of. 1762. R. Btirton. Md. His. 

M. 4: 321-35. D09. 
Havemeyer, Henry Osborne, 1847-1907. 
— and the sugar trust, por. J. C. Welliver. il. Hamp- 
ton 23: 433-46. O09. 
Havemeyer, William Frederick, 1804-74. 
— and the sugar trust, por. Hampton 23: 433-46 

O09. 
Hawaiian Islands. 
— Movement for small farms. A. H. Ford. il. Van 

N. 173-88. N09, 
— As they are today. E. P. Irwin, il. Pac Mo. 

22: 431-52. N09. 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-64. 

— and A. Lincoln, por. C: O. Paullin. il. Ameri- 
cana 4: 889-95. N09. 
Hayden, Joseph, 1732-1809. 
— Centenary festival at Vienna. O. G. Sonneck. N. 

Music R. 8: 605-11. N09. 
— Composer. Educational value of his works. H. 

Autcliffe. N. Music R. 8: 554-6. O09. 
Heating. 
— Various systems of house heating. J. Stujrvesant. 

il. House & G. 16: 174-5. N09. 
Henry, 0. pseud. (Sydney Porter.) 
— A mvmicipal report (story). Hampton 23: 599-608. 

N09. 
Hitchcock, George. 
— Artist, por. A. Chester, il. Windsor 30: 369- 

84. S09. 
Hitchcock, Hiram, 1832-. 
— Proprietor Fifth Avenue Hotel, N. Y. city. por. 

I.F.Harris. Gran. Mo. 41: 282-5. S09. 
Hogarth. 
— Portrait by, at Geneva, History of. C: F: Hardy. 

il. Burl. M. 16: 32-9. O09. 
Hogs. 
— Cholera. Putting an end to hog cholera. H. P. 

Kohr. il. Tech. W. 12: 297-301. N09, 
Holbein, Hans, 1497-1543. 
— Portrait of Erasmvis by. S. Colvin. il. Burl. M, 

16: 67-71. N09. 
Hollanders. 
— Representative, in America today. R. Sloss. il. 

Van N. 6: 45-58. O09. 
HoUy. 
— The best varieties. P. T. Barnes, il. Sub. L. 9: 

295-6. D09. 
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-94. 
— The flower of liberty, poem (facsimile). J. Am. His. 

3: 599-601. O-D09. 
Hopkinton, N. H. 
— Sketch of, and its inhabitants. C: Hardon. il. 

Gran. Mo. 41: 309-38. O09. 
Hotels. 
—Buffalo. N. Y. Hotel Statler. il. plan. W. Arch. 

14: N09. 
— Chicago. New Sherman house, il. W. Arch. 14: 

N09. 
— Some hotel proprietors, native of N. H. pors. I. 

F. Harris. Gran. Mo. 41: 282-95. S09. 
— Long Beach, L. I. Hotel Nassau, il. plan. Arch. 

& B. M. 41: 475-84. S09. 
— Minneapolis, Minn. Hotel Radisson. il. W. Arch 

14: D09. 



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Hotue plants. 

— Easy of cultiire plants. P. T. Barnes, il. Sub. L. 

9: 241-2. N09. 
— Propagating various plants. P. T. Barnes, il. Sub. 

L. 9: 188-9. O09. 
Houses. 

—$6,000 house, il. plan. Sub. L. 9: 314. D09. 
— Lodging houses. G: B. Ford, plans. Brickb. 18: 

185-9. S09. 
— Monotony in residence design. W. Arch. 14: 30-1. 

O09. 
— Private. Broadmoor, Colo., " The Claremont." il. 

plan. Brickb. 18: S09. 
Houses, brick. 

— Prize designs for. il. plans. Brickb. 18: O09. 
Houses, country. 
— Fox point, Wis. Hawthorne lodge, cost $4,20o. 

J. Stuyvesant. il. plans. House & G. 16: 208- 

9. D09. 
— Remodelled farm house in Conn. A. R. Ellis, il. plan. 

House & G 16: 176-7 N09 
— Remodeling a farmhouse. Jeanette L. Gilder, il. 

House & G. 16: 152-4. N09. 
— Wawa, Pa., The wigwam, H: Lorsay 3rd. il. plan. 

House & G. 16: 134-5. O09. 
Houses, Historic. 

— Annapolis, Md. Catherine F. Cavanagh. il. Ameri- 
cana 4: 819-28. N09. 
— Arlington, N. J. Peter Schuyler house, il. J. Am. 

His. 3: 612. O-D09. 
— Bergenfield, N. J. Demarest homestead (1799). il. 

J. Am. His. 3: 612. O-D09. 
— Bergenfield, N. J. Westervelt house (1780). il. 

J. Am. His. 3: 609. O-D09. 
— Campgaw, N. J. W: E. Winter house (1750). il. 

J. Am. His. 3: 608. O-D09. 
— Hackensack, N. J. The De Kype house (1699?). il. 

J. Am. His. 3: 605. O-D09. 
— Hackensack, N. J. Van Buskirk house (1775). 

il. J. Am. His. 3: 610. O-D09. 
— Hohakus, N. T. The Hermitage, il. J. Am. His. 

3: 605. O-D09. 
— New Jersey homesteads. B. H. Allbee. il. J. Am. 

His. 3: 605-11. O-D09. 
— Ridgefield Park, N. J. Brinkerhoff house. (1725). 

il. J. Am. His. 3: 608. O-D09. 
— Rutherford, N. J. Capt. Berry house (1785?). J. 

Am. His. 3: 606. O-D09. 
— Rutherford, N. J. Ferris house (1740). il. J. 

Am. His. 3: 609. O-D09. 
— Salem. Mass. George Gardner house. F. A. Gard- 
ner, il. Mass. M. 2: 230-3. O09. 
— Still River, Mass. Laura A. Brown, il. J. Am. 

His. 3: 405-8. J1-S09. 
— A Surrey manor house. L. Willoughby. il Con- 
noisseur 25: 67-78 O09. 
— Wyckoff, N, T. (1750?). J. Am His. 3: 606. O-D09. 
— Wyckoff, N.J. Quackenbush house (1780). il. J. Am. 

His. 3: 610. O-D09. 
— Wyckoff, N. J. J: Terhune house (1699). il. J. 

Am. His. 3: 609. O-D09. 
Howe, Mrs. Julia Ward, 1819-. 
— as a woman of letters, pors. Helen M. Winslow. 

ii. Bk. News. 28: 243-50. D07. 
Hudson, Henry, 161 1-. 
— Third voyage of. Genesis of. M. F. Hudson, il. 

Americana 4: 693-709. O09 
Hughes, James, -1873. 

—Judge. H. C. Dimcan. Ind. M. 5: 85-98. S09. 
Humor. 
— Hiunorous English books of Christmas season, 1909. 

D. Ford. il. Bkman. (Lond.) 37: 128-34. D09. 
Hunter, J. Young. 

— Artist. A. Chester il. Windsor 30: 491-506. O09. 
Hunting. 
— ^Caribou in New Brunswick. C. E. Brown, il. 

Recreation 30: 237-8, 242-3. N09. 
Hygiene. 
— of schools and school children. W. A. Evans. Ed. 

Bi-Mo. 4: 88-92. D09. 



Hymns. 

— W: Cowper and his hymns. W. H. Bates. Horn 

R. 58: 269-74. O09. 
— James Montgomery and his hymns. W: H. Bates 

il. Hom. R. 58: 349-54. N09. 
Ice. 
— Harvesting of. Cost of. A. Stote. Moody 8: 218- 

21. S09. 
India. 
— Political unrest in. S. N. Singh, il. Van N. 6: 

120-6. O09. 
Indiana. 
— Northern Indiana historical society. T. E. Howard. 

Ind. M. 5: 115-21. S09. 
— State institutions, a siu-vey of. Agnes Tilson. 

map. Ind. M. 5: 99-114. S09. 
Indians American. 
— Central U. S. Indian as a diplomatic factor. I: 

J Cox. O. Arch. Q. 18: 542-65. O09. 
— Missouri's aborigines. J. Spencer. Mo. His. R. 

4: 18-28. O09. 
— Mohawk Indian, Thayendanegea. E. W. Gage. 

J. Am. His. 3: 429-34. J1-S09. 
— United States Atlantic Coast. Letters about Indians 

and the French. Md. His. M. 4: 344-53. D09. 
— Wisconsin. Aboriginal remains in Pewaukee town- 
ship, il. map. Wis. Arch. 8: 81-92. Ag-O09. 
Infants. 
— Mortality of and how reduced in large cities. W. C. 

Phillips, il. Kind. M. 23: 115-22. D09. 
Insanity. 
— Barbaric treatment of patients in almshouses. A. 

P. Herring, il. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 772-80. D09. 
Insurance. 
— Advantages and power of. R. Belfort. W. Work. 

(Lond.) 14: 513-6. O09. 
Iowa. 
— First election of U. S. senators in. Ethyl E. Martin. 

la. J. 7: 483-502. O09. 
Irrigation. 
— United States. The farm community. L. H. Bailey. 

il. Conservation 15: 627-30. O09. 
— United States. The Pinchot-Ballinger Controversy. 

J: L. Mathews, il. Hampton 23:659-74. N09. 
— United States. I7th National irrigation congress. 

il. Conservation 15: 589-93. O09. 
— United States. The Shoshone project. L. G. Shaw. 

il. Tech. W. 12: 285-9. N09. 
— Western United States. Artesian wells for irrigating. 

N. H. Dalton. il. Pac. Mo. 22: 391-9. O09. 
Isola, Emma. 
— Charles Lamb's adopted daughter. Ellen Moxon. 

il. Bkman. (Lond.) 37: 139-42. D09. 
Ivories. 
— Liverpool museum collection of. P. Nelson, il. 

Connoisseur. 25: 106-9. O09. 
Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845. 
— His letters to Roger B. Taney. 1833-42. Md. His. 

M. 4: 297-313. D09. 
—Statue. J. Am. His. 3: 530. O-D09. 
Japan. 
— China and Japan; The yellow races of Asia. B. L. 

P. Weale. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 34-49. D09. 
— Forests and forestry in. J. B. Moore, il. Con- 
servation 15: 727-40. D09. 
— Will Japan become a Christian nation? T. E. Green. 

il. Hampton 23: 740-51. D09. 
Kindergarten. 
— Infant education. Jenny B. Merrill. Kind. M. 23: 

106-7. D09, and following issues. 
— The march and its uses. A. S. Earle. Kind. M. 22: 

38-40. O09. 
— How mothers can co-operate with. Mrs. L. Edgerly. 

Kind. M. 23: 108-10. D09. 
— Music plays for. J. Van Broekhoven. Kind. M. 22: 

51-3. O09. 
— Spiritual culture, the child and the teacher. Kind. M. 

22: 40-8. O09. 
— Theory and practice. E. L. Earle. Kind. M. 22: 

35-8. O09. 



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Kirtland, 0. 

— Kirtland bank, 1837. il. J. His. 2: 399-409. O09. 

Kitchens. 

— Convenient and sanitary. L. L. Howe. il. Sub. L. 9: 

243, 274. N09. 
Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834. 
— Emma Isola, his adopted daughter, por. Ellen Moxon 

il. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 139-42. D09. 
Land tenure. 

—Oregon. L. L. Swift. Ore. His. Q. 10: 31-135. Je09. 
Lands, PubUc. 
— United States forest reserves and reclamation projects 

C. J. Blanchard. il. maps. Pac. Mo. 22: 365-80, 

O09. 
Langham, Lady Henrietta Elizabeth Frederica (Vane). 

-1809. 
— Portrait. Connoisseur 25: 194. D09. 
—Playing to win. T. R. Pell. il. Recreation 30: 223-5 

N09. 
Leather manufacturing. 

— Central leather co.. History. J. Moody 8: 335-8. N09. 
Lemon, Mark. 
— His place in literature, pors. M. H. Spielman. il. 

Bkman (Lond.) 37: 77-86. N09. 
Leopold n., King of the Belgians, 1835-1909. 
—pors. Met. M. 31: 77-88. O09. 
Le Eoy, Eugene, 1837-1907. 

—Sketch of (in French). Univ. M. 8: 634-48. D09. 
Liberia. 

—Status of the republic. Am. J. Int. L. 3: 358-62. O09. 
Libraries. 
— Maryland. Washington co. library wagons. E : I . Far- 

rington. il. Sub. L. 9: 299-300. D09. 
— New Jersey. How a library woke up a town. Sarah B. 

Askew, il. Sub. L. 9: 177-8. O09. 
— Ohio. Ashtabula social library. List of early mem- 
bers. A. W. Fitch. Old N. W 12: 146^7 J109. 
— Public library as factor in public education. H. S. 

Vaile. Ed. Bi-Mo. 4: 149-53. D09. 
Library architecture. 
— New York city. Coltunbia University library, il. 

Arch. & B. M. 42: 44. N09. 
— New York city. New York University library and 

Hall of Fame. il. Arch. & B. M. 42: 45. N09. 
— Philadelphia. College of Physicians ofl&ce and library. 

il. plan. Brickb. 18: O09. 
— Wichita. Fairmoimt college library, il. plan. Brickb. 

18: O09. 
— Willoughby, O., library, il plan. Brickb. 18: O09. 
Library periodicals. 
—History of. Helen E. Haines. Bui. B. 6: 2-5. O09, 

and following issue. 
Lilies. 
— How and what to grow. R. Fisher, il. House & G. 

16: 136-7. O09. 
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-65. 
— First nomination of. Iowa's part in. F. I. Herriott. 

Ann. la. 9: 186-228, 234. O09. 
— Gettysburg address (facsimile). History of. W: H. 

Lambert. Pa. M. 33: 385-408 O09 
— and N. Hawthorne, por. C: O. Paullin. il. Americana 

4: 889-95. N09. 
Lipton, Sir Thomas, 1850-. 
— Portrait. Met. M. 31: 284. D09. 
LiSBt, Fnuu, 1811-86. 
—His fugue on B. A. C. H. N. Music R. 8: 549-51. 

O09. 
Lumber industry. 
— Log measures. Standardizing. E. A. Ziegler. Soc. Am. 

For. 4: 172-84. 09. 
— Maryland. Forest mapping and timber estimating. 

F: W. Besley. Soc. Am. For. 4: 196-206. O09. 
Lumbering. 
— West Virginia. Cost of moxmtain logging. H: H. 

Farquhar. For. Q. 7: 255-69. S09. 
Lomiere, Louis. 
— Inventor of color photography, por. Sub. L. 298. 

D09. 
McClellan, Oeorge B. 
—Mayor of N. Y City. por. Van N. 6: 21. O09. 



McClung, Lee, 1870-. 

— United States Treasurer, por. Moody 8: 255. O09. 
Mackay, Mrs. Clarence H. 
—Portraits. Met. M. 31: 287-407. D09. 
McKim, Charles Follen, 1847-1909. 

—Architect, por. Arch. & B. M. 42: 41-3. N09. — Por- 
trait. W. Arch. 14: 38. N09. 
—Architect. Death of. W. Arch. 14: 29. 009. 
Macmillan, Sir Frederick. 

—Publisher. Portrait. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 118. D09. 
Macmonnies, Frederick, 1863-. 
— Sculptor. Americana 4: 862-5. N09. 
Macomb, Oen. Alexander. 
—Statue. J. Am. His. 3: 527. O-D09. 
Man. 

— Origin of the race. Prof. Ridgeway's address dis- 
cussed. B. Houghton. Sci. Pro. 4: 267-78. O09. 
Manila, P. I. 
— As it was and now is. M. WooUey. il. map. Pac. 

Mo. 22: 494-504. N09. 
Manual training. 
— for the high school. H. G. Htmting. il. Tech. W. 

12: 415-21. D09. 
— School-made graduating dresses. W. H. Campbell. 

Sch. Ed. 29: 117-20. D09. 
Manuel n., King of Portugal, 1889-. 
—Portrait. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 593. N09. 
Marie Leczynska, queen of France, 1703-68. 
— Portrait. Connoisseur 25: 181. N09. 
Marriage and divorce. 
— American homes and unhappiness. A. L. Benson. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 711-18. D09. 
Mars. 
— Signalling methods necessary for communication. W. 

Packard, il. Tech. W. 12: 393-8. D09. 
Maryland. 
— Federal constitution, Adoption of, Dr. James Mc- 

Henry's speech. B. C. Steiner. Md. His. M. 4: 

336-44. D09. 
Mason, Lowell, 1792-1872. 

— Composer. Note about. N. Mtisic R. 8: 622-3. N09. 
Maxim, Hudson, 1853-. 
— Inventor of explosives, pors. B. Millard, il. Sub. L 

9: 173-5, 194. O09. 
Mental healing. 
— United States. Spread of drugless healing. Frances 

M. Bjorkman. Van N. 6: 189-92. N09. 
Meredith, Oeorge, 1828-1909. 
— Note on serial issue of "The Egoist." M. B. Forman. 

il. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 35-6. O09. 
Mexico. 
— Canadian capital and enterprise in. E. H. Talbot, il. 

Moody 8: 256-63. O09. 
— Chiapas, Trip through. D. W. and A. S. Iddings. il. 

Recreation 30: 216-9, 243. N09, and following 

issues. 
— Truth about Mexico and Mexican-American interests 

E. H. Talbot, il. Moody 8: 427-34. D09. 
Milk. 
— Goat's milk instead of cow's milk. W. 8. Bull. il. 

Sub. L. 9: 183, 195. O09. 
Miller, Francis Trevel3ran. 
—Portrait. J. Am. His. 3: 648. O-D09. 
Milton, John, 1608-74. 
— Milton and his time. G. K. Chesterton. Ox. & Camb. 

no. 7: 3-13. Mids. 09. 
Mines and mining. 
— Gold dredging in California. C: S. Aiken, il. Sunset 

23: 651-6. D09. 
— Why explosions occtu". W: A. DuPuy. il. Tech. W. 

12: 422-6. D09. 
Ministers of gospel. 
— Care of throat. G. Kleiser. Hom. R. 58: 456-8 

D09. 
— Literary studies for. G: C. Henry, il. Hom. R. 58. 

279-82. O09. 
— New England parson. The, in olden time. R. T. 

Bayne. Hom. R. 68: 459-63. D09. 
Minneapolis, Miim. 
—.Architecture of. R. C. McLean. il.W. Arch. 14: 47-64. 

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Minnesota. 

— Great game preserve of. C. Avery, il. Recreation 30: 

271-5. D09. 
Music. 
— Bar-lines, The tyranny of. D. G. Mason. N. Music R. 

9: 31-3. D09. 
—in the Church. N. Music R. 9: 37-8. D09. 
— Clef signatures, Evolution of. F. Kidson. il. N. Music 

R. 8: 76-7, 563-5. Ja09, O09. 
— Its place in Greek ctilttire. H. V. Mourdian. N. Mvisic 

R. 9: 556-8. O09. 
— Relation of, to the other arts. H. L. Collins. Af. Mo. 

6: 341-7. S09. 
— In schools. Modem psychology and music study. 

W. G. Chambers. Ed. Bi-Mo. 4: 28-34. O09. 
Nature study. 
— in large city schools. J: W. Shepherd. Ed. Bi-Mo. 4: 

99-104. D09. 
— Practicable. G. Smith. Ed. Bi-Mo. 4: 122-32. D09. 
— in schools. Organized nature study. Sch. Ed. 29: 121-5. 

D09. 
Naval science. 
— International naval conference, London, Dec, 1908. 

E. C. Stowell. Am. Pol. Sci. 3: 489-506. N09. 
Naylor, James, the Quaker. 
—Genealogy. Old N. W. 12: 129-33. J109. 
Nebraska. 
— Organization of, and Iowa men's part in. H. E. 

Deemer. il. Ann. la. 9: 161-85. O09. 
Negroes in United States. 
— Deterioration of the race. H. Dickson, il. Hampton 

23: 497-505. O09. 
— Loviisiana planters' plan for self-government of slaves, 

1849. Eliza G. Rice. J. Am. His. 3: 621-6. 

O-D09. 
Newburgh, N. Y. 
— Landmarks near. W:J. Roe. il. Americana 4: 579-90. 

S09. 
New Olarus, Wis. 
— American Swiss village. E. S. Hansen. Americana 4: 

896-901. N09. 
Newspapers. 

— Philadelphia's early journals. W. J. Price. Ameri- 
cana 4: 672-6. S09. 
Netherlands. 
— Japan-Netherlands consular convention concerning 

colonies. Apl908 (text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 

321-7. O09. 
New York City. 
— Engravings of Manhattan island in early times, il. 

J. Am. His. 3: 573-80. O-D09. 
— Government. The committee of 150. R. Sloss. il. 

Van N. 6: 234-41. N09. 
— The police department luider Gen. Bingham. D. Slat- 

tery. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 548-55. O09. 
— Political reformers. W: T. Jerome, il. Met. M. 31: 

175-81. N09. 
— Political reformers. Sincerity of. H. A. Hetz. Pearson 

(N. Y.) 22: 637-41. N09. 
— Water power sites to be acquired by state. V. S. 

Cooke, il. Van N. 6: 296-303. 
New Zealand. 
— Evolution of the Yoimg Maori party. Mrs. E. M. 

Dunlop. il. Sunset 23: 584-95. D09. 
Niehaus, C. H., 1865-. 
— Sculptor. Americana 4: 865-6. N09. 
Nigeria, Africa. 
— Trip to northern Nigeria. Af. Mo. 6: 591-6. N09, 

and following issues. 
North America. 
— Discovery of. Truth about. W: Z. Davis. O. Arch. Q. 

18: 566-71. O09. 
North Dakota. 
— New settlements along Chicago, Milwaukee and Puget 

Sound Ry. N. Dak. M. 3: S09: 29-32. 
North Pole. See Arctic Exploration. 



Norway. 

— Railroad Bergen to Christiana, built through moun- 
tains. Alice M. Ivimy. il. Tech. W. 12: 307-14. 

N09. 
Nova Scotia. 
—in 1864 and now. J. W. Longley. Univ. M. 8: 422-35. 

O09. 
Ohio. 
— Education, Early, in Ohio. Jessie Cohen. Americana 

4: 710-17. O09. 
Ohio valley historical association. 
— Second annual meeting Marietta, O., Nov. 1908. 

O. Arch. Q. 18: 391-467. O09. 
Old age pensions. 
—Value of. Anne Hard. il. Tech. W. 12: 159-67. 

O09. 
Opium. 
— Treaties and documents concerning (text). Am. J. 

Int. L. Supp. 3: 328-30. O09. 
Oppenheim, Edward Phillips, 1866-. 
— Adventures of Mr. Peter Ruff (stories.) il. Pearson. 

(N. Y.) 22: 423-39. O09, and following issues. 
Oregon. 
—Land tenure in. L. L. Swift. Ore. His. Q. 10: 31- 

135. Je09. 
Page, Thomas Nelson, 1853-. 
— Appreciation and reminiscence, pors. G: W Cable. 

Bk. News 28: 139-41. N09. 
— Poet and author. A. H. Quinn. il. Bk. News 28: 

142-4. N09. 
Painting. 
— American historical. N. D. Hillis. il. J. Am. His. 

3: 491-504. O-D09. 
— India. Symbolism of Indian sculpture and painting. 
— E. B. Havell. il. Burl. M. 15: 331-45. S09. 
Pictures by modem artists. 

sor 30: 613-26. N09. 
Paintings. 
— Lady Wantage's collection. 

Connoisseur 25: 195-205. 
Panama. 
— Fortification of. G: W. Davis. 

885-908. O09. 
P&nics 
—Panic of 1873. M. M. Reynolds. Moody 8: 367-70. 

N09. 
Pankhurst, Miss Cristobel. 

—Suffragette, por. Met. M. 31: 152-3. N09. 
Parkhurst, Rev. Charles Henry, 1842-. 
— Popular preaching, por. Hom. R. 58: 453-4. D09. 
Pastelles and pastellists. 
— French pastellists. C. L. Hind. Connoisseur 25: 242-5. 

D09. 
Payne, John Howard, 1792-1852. 
— Home, sweet home, poem (facsimile). 

585. O-D09. 
Peace. 
— America holds key to universal place. 

J. Am. His. 3: 481-8. O-D09. 
— Universal, and need of Supreme court of Arbitration at 

Hague. A. Camegie. J. Am. His. 3: 473-8. O-D09. 
Pearsons, Dr. David K. 
— Benefactor of small colleges, por. Hampton 23: 561-2. 

O09. 
Peary, Robert Edwin, 1856-. 
— Arctic explorer. Portrait. W. Work (Lond.) 14: 488. 

O09. 
— The explorer, and his work. por. 

Hampton 23: 814a-814m. D09. 
Pedagogy. 

— Experimental, Introduction to. C: H. Judd. Ed. Bi- 
Mo. 4: 54-9. O09. 
Pelagra disease. 
— Appearance in South U. S. R. Gonne. 

107-8. O09. 
Periodicals. 
— Printing art, an appreciation of. C: E. Dawson. Print. 

Art 14: 257-63. D09, and following issue. 



A. Chester, il. Wind- 



(Lady V. Manners). 
D09. 



Am. J. Int. L. 3: 



J. Am. His. 3: 



N. M. Butler. 



Elsa Barker, il. 



Van N. 6: 



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Persia. 

— Persian revolution, and the Anglo-Russian entente. 

Am. J. Int. L. 3: 969-74. O09. 
Peru. 
— Bolivia-Peru treaties on frontiers, 1902-3 (text). Am. 

J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 378-87. O09. 
— United States- Peru arbitration convention, 1908 (text). 

Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 280. O09. 
Pewaukee, Wis. 
— Aboriginal occupation, Remains of. S. G. Haskins. il. 

map. Wis. Arch. 8: 81-92. Ag-O09. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
— Genesis of journalism in. W. J. Price. Americana 4: 

672-6. S09. 
— Girard estate building operations. J. H. Windrim. il. 

Brickb . 18: 199-201. O09. 
— Scotch church register of births and baptisms, 1767- 

1801 (text) W: Marshall. Pres. His. S. 5: 188-97. 

D09, and following issues. 
Photography. 
— Chemicals, Photographic, il. Photo-M. 9: 195-231. 

O09. (No. 101.) 
— Color photography. The story of. T. H. McParland. 

il. Sub. L. 9: 298. D09. 
— Duck shooting with a camera. W. M. Newson. il. 

Recreation 30: 147-51. O09. 
— Enlargements from small negatives, il. Photo-M. 9: 

147-82. Ap-S09. (No. 100.) 
— Relation of, to printing. C: H. Caffin. Print. Art 14: 

253-6. D09, and foUowing issues. 
— Transmission of photographs by telegraphy. T. T. 

Baker. Sci. Pro. 4: 332-40. O09. 
— Trimming, mounting and framing photographs, il. 

Photo-M. 9: 243-86. N09 (No. 102). 
Physiology. 
— Adaptation and disease. W. T. Connell. Queen's Q. 

17: 140-7. O-D09. 
Picture frames. 
— Framing and mounting photographs. Photo-M. 9: 

243-86. N09 (no. 102). 
Pinchot, Oiftord, 1865-. 
— United States National forester, por. Moody 8: 168-9. 

S09.— Pac. Mo. 22: 519. N09. 
— United States National forester, por. The Pinchot 

Ballinger controversy, il. Hampton 23: 660-74. 

N09. 
Pottery. 
— Art of Orvieto, in 13th and 14th centtu-ies. M. L. 

Solon, il. Burl. M. 16: 10-7. O09. 
— Black Basaltes ware. Evolution of. E. N. Scott, il. 

Connoisseur 25: 79-85. O09. 
— Lustre ware. Origin of. A. J. Butler, il. Burl. M. 

16: 18-23. O09. 
— The G: Stoner collection of figures by the Ralph Woods 

of Staffordshire. F. Fallmer. if. Connoisseur 25 : 

159-66. N09, and following issue. 
— Wedgwood exhibition, 1909. A. Hayden. il. Con- 
noisseur 25: Supp. 1-16. N09. 
Poultry. 
— Fresh-air houses for. E: I. Farrington. il. Sub. L. 

9: 187-8. O09. 
Presbyterianism. 
— Albany, N. Y., Beginnings of, in. V. H. Paltsits. 

Pres. His. S. 5: 155-63. D09, and following issues. 
Price, Thomas Rees. 
— Manager of Central South African railways, por. Af. 

Mo. 6: 429-33. O09. 
Printiiifi:. 
— Color printing. H: S. Thompson. Print. Art 14: 273-5. 

D09. 
— Commercial vs. art printing. S: Graydon. Print. Art 

14: 277-80. D09. 
— Good, and how to stimulate it. A. W. Pollard. Print. 

Art 14: 165-70. N09. 
— Keeping the plant young. H: L. Bullen. Print. Art. 

14: 105-8. O09. 
— Print in education. H. L. Koopman. Print. Art 14: 

89-91. O09. 
— Relation of, to photography. C: H. Caffin. Print. Art 

14: 253-6. D09, and foUowing issues. 



— Type, Comparative legibility of. L. J. Berger. Print. 

Art 14: 109-11. O09. 
— Value of, in communication. H. L. Koopman. Print. 

Art 14: 249-51. D09. 
Prints. 
— Japanese, in home decoration. S. Schell. il. House & 

G. 16: 164-5. N09. 
Prisons. 
— Iniprovement in methods of treatment of prisoners. 

C: E: Russell, il. Hampton 23: 484-96. O09. 
— South African prison. G. D. Gray. Af. Mo. 6: 329- 

35. S09. 
Railroad accidents. 
— Many trespassers in those killed on railroads. S: O. 

Dunn. il. Tech. W. 12: 465-70. N09. 
Raibroad bonds. 
— Their issue and security. F: Lownhaupt. Moody 8: 

361-5. N09, and following issue. 
Railroad safeguards. 
— Collisions impossible with. F. La Croix Signal. S. S. 

Carlyle. il. Tech. W. 12: 175-82. O09. 
Railroad signals. 
— Fog-signal, Automatic. F: A. Talbot, il. W. Work 

(Lond.) 15: 98-101. D09. 
Raibroad stations. 

— Waterbury, Conn. il. plan. Brickb. 18: S09. 
Railroads. 
— Austria-Himgarian system. C: F. Beach and H: Seg- 

nitz. Moody 8: 291-7. O09. 
— Canada. Canadian Pacific mountain division. H: M. 

Hyde. il. Tech. W. 12: 138-44. O09. 
— Canada. Railway commission of. W. R. Givens. 

Moody 8: 213-7. S09. 
— China. The awakening. K. K. Kawakami. il. Van N. 

6: 323-6. D09. 
— in Europe. Belgian system. C: F. Beach and H: Seg- 

nitz. Moody 8: 437-43. D09. 
— Freight cars, How traced. W: Hard. il. Tech. W. 

12: 278-84. N09. 
— Italv. The Italian system. C: F. Beach and H: Seg- 

nitz. Moody 8: 189-96. S09. 
— Norway. New railway Bergen to Christiana. Alice M. 

Ivimy. il. Tech. W. 12: 307-14. N09. 
— Switzerland. The Swiss system. C: F. Beach and H: 

Segnitz. il. Moody 8: 351-60. N09. 
— Train-dispatching by telephone. E: I. Pratt, il. Tech. 

W. 14: 380-5. D09. 
—Turkey. The Bagdad line. F: A. Talbot, il. W. Work 

(Lond.) 14: 681-3. N09. 
— United States. The Interstate Commerce Commis- 
sion's work. A. I. Street, il. Met. M. 31: 50-8. 

O09. 
— United States. Shall the gauge be widened? F: W. 

Powell. Moody 8: 346-9. N09. 
— United States, Western. Grading the mountain divi- 
sions. H: M. Hyde. il. Tech. W. 12: 349-58. 

D09. 
Rankin, David. 
—Farmer, por. H. Croy. il. Tech. W. 12: 366-70. 

D09. 
Reading. 
— Boolffi to be read at different periods of life. A. Bening- 

ton. Van N. 6: 100-6. O09, and following issues. 
Reid, Whitelaw, 1837-. 
— His life in Columbus O. por. E: L. Taylor, il. O. 

Arch. Q. 18: 513-9. O09. 
Religion. 

—Dr. Eliot's new religion. Sch. Ed. 29: 50-2. O09. 
— Modem activities forming a new church. R. Sloss. il. 

Van N. 6: 309-14. D09. 
— Its place in a liberal education. W: D. Hyde. Hom. R. 

58: 286-7. O09. 
Rembrandt, van Rijn, 1607-69. 
— Portrait of an unknown lady by Rembrandt, 1633. 

il. Burl. M. 16: 48-9. O09. 
Remensnyder, Junius B:. 
— Pastor St. James Lutheran Church, N. Y. Portrait. 

Hom. R. 58: 258. O09. 
Rice, Alice Hegan (Mrs. Gale Yoimg Rice), 1870-. 
— Author. Her personality and work. por. il. Bk. News 

28: 71-8. O09. 



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Rickert, Edith. 

— Author, English home of. Norma B. Carson, il. Bk. 

News 28: 153-7. N09. 
Rivers. 
— Relation of stream flow to surface conditions. W: L. 

Hall and H. Maxwell. Soc. Am. For. 4: 133-50. 

09. 
Roads and road making. 
—The King split-log drag. D. W. King. il. Tech. W. 12: 

189-96. O09. 
Roberts, Morley. 
— Author. Brief biography, por. A. Gibson. Bkman. 

(Lond.) 37: 122-4. D09. 
Rocks. 
— Genesis of igneous rocks. J: W. Evans. Sci. Pro. 4: 

306-20. O09. 
Rocky Mountains. 
— Canadian. Along the Canadian Pacific railway. H: M. 

Hyde. il. Tech. W. 12: 138-44. O09. 
— Railroads in, Regrading of. H. M. Hyde. il. Tech. W. 

12: 349-58. D09. 
Rogers, William Allen. 
—Cartoonist. P. Maxwell, il. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 689- 

98. N09. 
Rome, Italy. 
— Some present aspects. Dora M. Jones. Af. Mo. 6: 576- 

83. N09. 
Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-. 
— in East Africa. Hunting trip. Photographs by W. 

Dawson, il. Hampton 23: 581-98. N09. 
Rowe, Rev. Peter T. 

—Bishop of Alaska, por. Hampton 23: 560-1. O09. 
Rugs. 
— How to buy for whole house for $400. Louise King. il. 

House & G. 16: 128-9, vi. O09. 
— Oriental. Auction sale methods. L. B. Lawton. il. 

Sub. L. 9: 306-7. D09. 
— Oriental rugs for $50.00 or less. G: L. Himter. il. 

House & G. 16: 204-6. D09. 
Russia. 
— China- Russia preliminary arrangement, zone of Chinese 

eastern railway, Myl909 (text). Am. J. Int. L. 

Supp. 3: 289-92. O09. 
— United States-Russia agreement on commercial asso- 
ciations, 1904 (text). Am. T. Int. L. Supp. 3: 281. 

O09. 
Sage, Mrs. Russell. 
—Portrait. Met. M. 31: 197. N09. 
St. Joseph, Fla. 

—Founding of. Fla. His. S 2: J109 23-6 
Saint-Saens, Charles Camille, 1835- 
— His defense of "Les Huguenots " N. Music R. 9: 16-7. 

D09. 
Salvador, Central America. 
— United States-Salvador arbitration convention, 1908 

(text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 282-3. O09. 
San Francisco, Cal. 
— The banks of. R. M. Welch, il. Sunset 23: 425-30. 

O09. 
— as a sightseeing and entertainment city. R. Steele, il. 

Svmset 23: 352-6. O09. 
Scandinavia. 
— Afforestation and deforestation in. Q. J. For. 3: 321-6. 

O09. 
School architecture. 
— Boston. Nathan Hale primary, and Bishop Cheverus 

grammar schools, il. plan. Brickb. 18: 221-5. N09. 
— Chicago. Bemhard Moos school, il. plan. Brickb. 18: 

225-6. N09. 
—Chicago. Tilton school, il. plan. Brickb. 18: 229. N09. 
— Kansas City, Mo. Humboldt school, il. W. Arch. 14: 

N09. 
— Minneapolis, Minn. West high school, il. W. Arch. 14: 

D09. 
— Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Public school no. 10. il. plan. 

Brickb. 18: 229-30. N09. 
— St. Louis, Mo. Franklin school, il. plan. W. Arch. 14: 

O09. 
— Suburban school buildings. A. L. Blessing, il. plan 

Sub. L. 9: 297. D09. 



— Washington, D. C. H: D. Cooke school, il. plan. 

Brickb. 18: 235. N09. 
Schools. 

— Adjustment of system to 20th century conditions. 

E. G. Cooley. Ed. Bi-Mo.. 4: 1-11. O09. 
— Common school. Origin of, in Holland, 1609. W.Van 

Norden. Van N. 6: 65-7. O09. 
— Public health and the schoools. H: B. Favill. Ed. 

Bi-Mo. 4; 12-27. O09. 
— Simplification of graduating exercises. J. M. Green- 
wood. Sch. Ed. 29: 86-8. N09. 
Scotland. 
— Bishops of the mediaeval period, appointment of. 

Bishop Dowden. Scot. His. R. 7: 1-20. O09. 
— Brunanburh battle of Saxons and Norsemen. G: 

Neilson, maps. Scot. His. R. 7: 37-55. O09. 
Scott, Sir Walter, 1771-1832. 
— His life and works. A. J. McGregor. Af. Mo. 6: 

467-77. O09, and following issues. 
— McCunn, Florence. Sir Walter Scott's friends. 
S. Crockett. Bookman (Lond.) 



Dainting. 
509. 



(review) 


. il. W. 


37: 147-8. D09. 


Sculpture. 




— American 


historic. 


D09. 




— American 


sculptors, 



L. Irwell. Moody 



Soc. Am. For. 



il. Windsor 30: 649-55. 
See Dramatic Index. 



Am. 



il. J. Am. His. 3: 520-36. O- 

Contemporary. H: W. Carlisle. 

Americana 4: 858-70. N09 
— India. Sjmibolism of Indian sculpture and 

E. B. Havell. il. Burl. M. 15: 331-45. 
Securities. 
— American for foreign investors. 

8: 201-5. S09. 
Sewage. 
— The disposal problem. F. N. K. Menzies. Sci. Pro. 

4: 177-96. O09. 
Shakes and shakemaking. 
— in California forests. C. H. Shinn. 

4: 151-71. 09. 
Shakespeare. 
— Birds of. L. Buttress. 

N09. 
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. 
Siam. 
— Great Britain-Siam treaty, Mr. 1909 (text). 

J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 297-304. O09. 
Silhouettes. 
— Francis Wellesley's collection. W.' J. Mills, il. 

Connoisseur 25: 215-22. D09. 
Simon, Joseph. 
— Mayor of Portland, Ore., Portrait. Sunset 23: 

400. O09. 
Singers. 
— Women in New York, and other, church choirs. 

pors. Emma L. Trapper. Van N. 6: 114-9. O09. 
Singing. 
— Art of beautiful song. D. C. Taylor. N. Music R. 

8: 611-5. N09. 
Smelting and smelters. 
— American smelting and refining co., History of. J: 

Moody. Moody 8: 298-303. O09. 
Snuff-boxes. 
— Some royal. W. B. Boulton. il. Connoisseur 25: 

92-5. O09. 
Social settlements. 
—Work of. il. O. 

N09. 
Soil. 
— Restoring productivity to worn out soil. 

il. Tech. W. 12: 386-92. D09. 
Spencer, J: C:, Viscoimt Althorp, 1782-1845. 
— Portrait (by Sir J. Reynolds). Connoisseur 25:99. 

O09. 
Stark, Maj.-Gen. John, 1728-1822. 
— His independent command at Bennington, por. 

H. D. Foster. Gran. St. M. 6: 5-20. J1-S09, and 

following issues. 
Steen, James, 1852-1909. 
—Sketch, por. Pres. His. S. 5: 175-8. D09. 



F. Lewis. Met. M. 31: 193-204. 



R. Bache. 



Jan., 1910 



Magazine Subject-Index. 



57 



stencils and stenciling. 

— Japanese stencils. Louise Shrimpton. il. House 

&G. 16:218-9. D09. 
Stewart, LeBoy T. 
— Chicago's civilian chief of police, por. Hampton 

23: 557-8. O09. 
Steyn, Martinus Theunis, 1857-. 

Ex-President Orange Free State, por. Af. Mo. 

6: 321-3. S09. 
Stor3rtelling. 
—Value of myths for. E. Allen. Kind. M. 22: 85-7. 

N09. 
Stuart, H: Benedict Blemens, " Cardinal York," 

1725-1807. 
— Portrait. Connoisseur 25: 227. D09. 
Submarine boats. 
— New Style of periscope for. W. Norton. W. Work 

(Lond.) 14: 669-70. N09. 
Sugar. 
— Organization of the sugar trust. J. C. Welliver. il. 

Hampton 23: 648-58. N09, and following issues. 
— The story of the sugar trust. J. C. Welliver. il. 

Hampton 23: 433-46. O09, and following issues. 
Sunday schools. 
— The Intematonal Sunday-school lesson system. B. 

C. Gregory. Sch Ed 29: 79-85 N09 
Taft, William Howard, 1857- 
— President of United States, por. W. Work (Lond.) 

15: 13-7. D09. 
— The president's trip, 1909. il. map. Van N. 6: 151- 

3. N09. 
Tammany Hall. 

—Why Tammany succeeds. Van N. 6: 165.72. N09. 
Tampico, Fla. 
— Tarpon fishing at. H. M. Dyer. il. Recreation 

30: 290-1. 320. D09. 
Taxation. 
— United States Corporation tax. A. S. Brown. Moody 

8: 303-8. O09. 
Taylor. Mrs. Bachel Annand. 

—author. Portrait. Bkman. (Lond.) 37: 120. D09. 
Teaching and teachers. 
— Necessity for teacher training. W: Btutis. Queen's 

Q. 17: 113-8. O-D09. 
— Teachers and their work. Sch. Ed. 29: 53-62. O09. 
— Teacher's salaries in Ontario high schools. J. F. 

Macdonald. Queen's Q. 17: 132-9. O-D09. 
Technical schools. 
— Chicago. The Albert G. Lane Technical high school. 

il. plan. Brickb. 18: 227-9. N09. 
Telegraphy. 
—Send photographs by. T. T. Baker. Sci Pro. 4: 332- 

40. O09. 
Telephone. 
— The American telephone and telegraph co. J: Moody. 

il. Moody 8: 171-4. S09. 
Temple, Sir Thomas, bart., 1614-74. 
— Biographical sketch. G. O. Bent. Univ. M. 8: 

443-54. O09. 
Tennyson, Alfred, 1809-92. 
— Appreciation of. pors. W: Barry, il. Bkman. 

(Lond.) 37: 13-9. O09. 
— Formative influences of his first 20 years, pors. 

A. B. Cooper, il. Bkman. (Lond.) 37: 20-8. O09. 
Tents. 

— How to make a light tent. L. D. Wise. il. Recre- 
ation. 30: 200. O09. 
Terra cotta. 
— Character and construction. C: U. Thrall, il. Brickb. 

18: 204-7. O09, and following issues. 
Texas. 
— Capture of U. S. brig " Pocket " 1836. C. T. Neu. 

Tex. His. Q. 12: 276-95. Ap09. 
—J. C. Clopper's journal, 1828. Tex. His. Q. 13: 44-80. 

J109. 
— Navy of the Republic of Texas. A. Dienst. Tex. 

His. Q. 12: 165-203. Ja09, and following issues. 
— Reminiscences of, in the twenties. J: D. Brown. 

Tex. His. Q. 12: 296-311. Ap09. 



Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-63. 

— Melville, L. W: M. Thackeray; a biography (review) 

g)r. G: Saintsbury. Bkman. (Lond.) 37: 144-6 
09. 
Thanksgiving Day. 
— Genesis of. Helen Harcourt. Americana 4: 831-3. 

N09. 
Theatre, Theatres. See Dramatic Index. 
— Index to theatres and theatre buildings described in 

American and English periodicals from July, 1909 

Bui. B. 6: 21-36. O09, and following issues. 
Theosophy. 
— Point Loma (Cal.), and its academy. Katherine 

Tingley. il. Met. M. 31: 39-49. 009. 
Thomas, Mrs. Edward B. 
— Portrait. Met. M. 31: 291. D09. 
Thomas, Theodore. 
— Chironomy of. F. H. Potter. N. Music R. 8: 558-61. 

O09. 
Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-62. 

— Life (facsimile MS.). J. Am. His. 3: 596. O-D09. 
Timber. 
— How to determine time of year it was cut. R. Zon. 

For. Q. 7: 402-9. D09. 
— Hauling timber, steam vs. horsepower. J: Bennett 

il. Q.J. For. 3; 330-1. O09. 
— Marking timber in practice and theory. A. B. Reck 

nagel. il. Foi. Q. 7 396-9. D09. 
— United States average wood production. For. Q 

7: 377-84. D09. 
Tolstoi, Leo Nikolaievitch, count, 1828-. 
— Re-establishment of hell (translation), por. Pac. 

Mo. 22: 556-65. D09. 
Trees. 
— Beech coccus. M. C. Duchesne. Q. J. For. 3: 345- 

50. O09. 
— Chestnuts, Japanese dwarf. C. B. Homor. il. 

House & G. 16: 119. O09. 
— Eucalyptus, cultivated in U. S. (List). C. Wester- 

gard, Jr. For. Q. 7: 280-303. S09. 
— Eucalyptus industry of California. F. A. Pattee. 

il. Pac. Mo. 22: 423-7. O09. 
— Evergreens. Cost of seedlings. D. Hill. For. Q. 

7: 249-54. S09. 
— Firs and spruces. How to recognize varieties. J: 

Noyes. il. House & G. 16; 220-21, x. D09. 
— Maples, The common American maples. H : Hodg- 

man. il. House & G. 16: 172-3. N09. 
— Pine, California. Shakes and Shakmaking. C: H. 

Shmn. Soc. Am. For 4: 151-71. 09. 
— Pine, Longleaf. Method of studying growth applied 

in Tyler Co., Texas. H. H. Chapman. Soc. Am. 

For. 4: 207-20. 09. A. 

— Pine, yellow. Marking in national forests. T. 8. 

Woolsey, Jr. For. Q. 7: 270-6. S09. 
—Pine, white. The blister rust of. C. R. Pettis, il. 

For. Q. 7: 231-7. S09. 
—Transplanting, The art of. W. R. Guilbert. il. 

House & G. 16: 115. O09. - 
Trust company buildings. 
— Boston. International Trust Co. il. W. Arch. 14: 

34. O09. 
— Washington, D. C, Union Trust Company, il. Brickb. 

18: 178. S09. 
Truth. 
— Scientific criterion of. E. W. Macbride. Univ. M. 

8: 492-507. O09 
Tuberculosis. 
— Schools outdoors for tuberculous children. E. 

BiSrkman. il. Van N. 6: 327-33. D09. 
Tunnels. 

— Colorado. The Gunnison tunnel opened, il. Con- 
servation. 15: 595-8. O09. 
Turkey. 
— Austria-Hungary-Turkey protocol. Feb. 1909. (text). 

Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 286-8. O09. 
— Rivalry of Great Britain and Germany for commercial 

and political advantage. J. Creelman. il. Pear- 
son (N. Y.) 22: 455-74. O09. 



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il. Pearson (N. Y.) 



E. Phillips. Old N. W. 



Typhoid fever. 

— Prevention of. J. Creelman. 
22 749-57. D09. 

United States. 

— Army. U. S. Military Academy, West Point, N. Y. 
il. plans. Brickb. 18: O09. 

— Central. Illinois in 1837. Mary W. Parkinson. 
J. Am. His. 3: 511-6. O-D09. 

— Central. Mason-Dixon line. Origin of. M. P. Robin- 
son. J. Am. His. 3: 555-68. O-D09. 

— Central. Miama County, Development of. F. P. 
Goodwin. O. Arch Q. 18: 484-503. O09. 

— Central, Mississippi valley in time of first white settlers. 

D. E. Clark. J. Am. His. 3: 505-10. O-D09. 

— Central, The old national road, Auto trip over. 

A. Douglas. O. Arch. Q. 18: 504-12. O09. 
— Central. 110 years ago. D. 

12 150-4. J109. 
—Civil War. Battle of Shiloh. J. W. Rich. la. J. 

7: 503-81. O09. 
— Civil War. Capture of gxmboat Indianola. W. F. 

Brand. Md. His. M. 353-61. D09. 
— Civil War. Florida life during war times. Fla. His. 

S. 2: J109. 42-50. 
— Civil War. Lincoln's Gettysburg address (facsimile) 

and its history. W: H. Lambert. Pa. M. 33: 

385-408. O09. 
— Civil War. Reminiscences of. Gen. J. P Farley. 

il. Pac. Mo. 22: 541-53. D09. 
— Civil War. Reminiscences. A: M. Sherman. Ameri- 
cana. 4: 871-83. N09, and following issue. 
— Civil War. Gen. Phil. Sheridan's campaigns. F. H. 

Sweet. Americana 4: 718-30. O09. 
— Constitution, Birth of. The New Jersey and the 

Virginia plans. D. T. Connat. J. Am. His. 3: 

569-72. O-D09. 
— Eastern. Travel from New York to Virginia, 1805. 

Diary of I: Burr. J. Am. His. 3: 447-52. J1-S09. 
— Financiers. Early. J: F. Sprague. J. Am. His. 

3: 537-40. O-D09. 
— National parks. The Olympic park, Washington. 

J. D. Figgins. il. Recreation 30: 173-5, 193. O 9. 
— Natiu-al resources. Pinchot vs. Ballinger. R. W. 

Wooley. il. Van N. 6: 109-12. O09. 
— Northwest. Homesteads and their possibilities, il. 

Pac. Mo. 22: 319-48. O09. 
— Northwest. In the Puget Sotmd country. B. Millard. 

il. Simset 23: 437-51. N09. 
— Revolution. Battle of Bennington, and Maj.-Gen. 

Stark, por. il. Gran. St. M. 6: 5-28. J1-S09. 
— Revolution. Battle of Germantown, Col. J: E 

Howard's account of. Md. His. M. 4: 314-20. D09. 
— Revolution. Col. Ebenezer Bridge's regiment. F. 

A. Gardiner. Mass. M. 2: 203-27. O09. 
— Revolution. Grievances of the Maryland line. Md. 

His, M. 4: 362-8. D09. 
— Revolution. Massacre of Cherry Valley. Diary of 

Capt. B: Warren. D: E. Alexander. J. Am. His. 

3: 377-84. T1-S09. 
— Revolution. Commodore S: Tucker's adventures. 

Alice F. Lord. J. Am. His. 3: 435-40. J1-S09. 
— Senate. First Iowa election of U. S. senators. Ethyl 

E. Martin. la.J. 7: 483-502. O09. 

— South. The sunken lands. E. Hough, il. Recre- 
ation. 30: 154-61. O09. 

— Southwest. Indian agent's experiences in New Mex- 
ico. 1851-2. J. Am. His. 3:541-54. O-D09. 

— Treasury department. Counting the cash on hand, 
il. Moody 8: 421-6. D09. 

— War of 1812, Missouri military in. W. C. Ferril. Mo. 
His. R. 4: 38-41. O09. 

— War of 1812. Siege of Fort Meigs. E. A. Saliers. O. 
Arch Q. 18: 520-41. O09. 

— ^Western. Santa F6 trail. Monuments on the. 
G. P. Morehouse, il. J. Am. His. 3: 461-70. Jl- 
S09. 

Uruguay. 

— United States- Uruguay naturalization convention. 
1908 (text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 284-5. O09. 

Van Horn, Isaac. 

— His home, near Holdemess, N. H. por. F: S 
Coates. il. Gran. Mo. 41:277-81. S09. 



Margaret Greenleaf. 
D09. 



il. House 



Connoisseur 25: 139-47. N09. 
41. Simset 23: 327- 



Am. Cath. 
M. 



Willey. il. Bk. News 28: 



Vespucci, Amerigo, 1451-1512. 

— Portrait. J. Am. His. 3: 536. O-D09. 

Villiers, Barbara, Gountess of Gastlemaine, 1640-1709. 

—Portrait (by Sir Peter Lely). Connoisseur 25 : 130. N09. 

Virgil, 1470-1555. 

— His Messianic eclogue. G. O. Smith. Univ. M. 8: 

467-75. O09. 
Wall coverings. 
— Available varieties. 

& G. 16: 213-15. 
Walton, Henry. 
— artist. E. Farrer il. 
Warfare, maratime. 
— Use of mines. T. Q. Ashbum. 

36. O09. 
Washington, George, 1732-99. 
— Condition of his army at Valley Forge. 

Res. n. s. 5: 353-8. O09. 
— Two letters of, to Jenifer and Carroll. Md. His. 

4: 375-7. D09. 
Washington, D. 6. 
— The early days of. May C. Ringwalt. Americana 

4: 648-53. S09. 
— Government of, a disgrace. R. W. WooUey, il. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 625-36. N09. 
—Impressions of, 1823. T. Am. His. 3: 614-19. O-D09. 
— Literary life in. D. A. 

145-8. N09. 
Waterpower. 
— United States. Neglected by government, grabbed 

by private corporations. J: L. Matthews, il.. 

Hampton 23: 455-69. O09. 
Water supply. 
— Los Angeles, Gal., aqueduct. B. A. Heinly. il. 

Moody 8: 339-45. N09. 
Watson, William. 

—Poetry of. H. D. Wooster. Bibliophile 4: 3-6. S09. 
Watterson, Henry, 1840-. 

— Editor, por. E. C. Litsey. il. Bk. News 28: 83-5. O09. 
Whisky stills. 
— in the Everglades. A. W. Dimock. 

30: 276-9. D09. 
Whitman, Walt, 1819-92. 
— Portrait. Bk. News. 28: 70-8. O09. 
Whittier. John Oreenleaf , 1807-92. 
— Thy will be done, poem (facsimile). 

590-2. O-D09. 
Wilbur, James H., 1811-87. 

—Life of. W: D. Fenton. Ore. His. Q. 10: 16-30. Je09. 
Wilhelmina, Princess Fredericka Sophie, 1709-58. 
— Portrait. Connoisseur 25: 83. O09. 
Wimund, -1151(?). 

— Bishop and pretender. Romance of. A. O. Ander- 
son. Scot. His. R. 7: 29-36. O09. 
Window draperies. 
— for modest homes. Margaret Greenleaf. il. Sub. 

L. 9: 301-2. D09. 
Windows. 
— for the house, Suggestions on. 

Sub. L. 9: 185-6. O09. 
Wireless telegraphy. 
— International radiotelegraphic convention. Nov. 1906 

(text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 3: 330-77. O09. 
Woman suffrage. 
— Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont's views. A. L. Benson, il. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 530-7. O09. 
United States. Where women now vote. I. Rus- 
sell. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 537-42. O09. 
— What women have already achieved. Rheta C. Dorr. 

il. Hampton 23: 545-54. O09. 
Women. 
— Charities endowed by women. H. Croy. il. Van N. 

6: 205-11. N09. 
— Shall Women work. Elizabeth Robins. Met. M. 

31:70-6. O09. 
— Working women's rights. Rheta C. Dorr. il. Hamp- 
ton 23: 794-805. D09. 
Wood. 
— Preservation of. H. F: Weiss. Soc. Am. For. 4: 

185-95. 09. 
— Preservation by creosoting. E: R. Pratt, il. Q. J. 

For. 3; 305-10. O09. 



il. Recreation 



J. Am. His. 3: 



A. L. Blessing, il. 



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Wood-engraving. 

— American. Disappearance of. F. H. Wellington. 

il. Print. Art 14: 113-5. O09. 
Woodward, William Searle. 

— Financier. M.M.Reynolds. Moody 8: 209-12. S09. 
Wordsworth, Dr. William, 1835-. 

— Poetry of. por. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 7, 33-6. O09. 
Wullner, Dr. Ludwig. 
— and his song recitals, por. W. J. Henderson. N. 

Music R. 9: 9-11. D09. 



Yachts and yachting. 

— The sailing dinghy. W. P. Stephens, il. Recre- 
ation 30: 182-3. O09. 

Yoimg, Mrs. Ella Flagg, 1844-. 

— Chicago's superintendent of schools. por. Hampton 
23: 559-60. O09.— Van N. 6: 132-3. O09. 

T. M. 0. A. buildings. 

— New York city, Brookljm. Naval Y. M. C. A. building 
il. plan. Arch. & B. M. 41: 604-6. S09. 

Zunis. 

— The Shalako dance. C: F. Saimders. il. Sunset 23 
479-83. N09. 



QUARTERLY DRAMATIC INDEX, CXrT.-DEC, J909.* 

An Index to all articles, revlewi, and pictures relating: to the atagre which have appeared In the periodicals of the 

last three months. 

Note:— In addition to the following list of periodicab which are indexed regularly, articles and portraits of dramatic interest in the 
important popular magazines and reviews in the English language are included, thus covering the periodical field thoroughly, or 
some 150 titles in all. 

LIST OF PERIODICALS REGULARLY INDEXED AND ABBREVIATIONS USED. 

OTHER PERIODICALS INCLUDED CAN BE RECOGNIZED BY THEIR ABBREVIATIONS. 



Acad. Academy. London. 

Am. M. American Magazine. N. Y. 

Arch. & B. M. Architects' ana Builders' Magazine 

Arbna Arena. Boston. 

Atlan. Atlantic Monthly. Boston. 

Bk. News Book News. Phila. 

Bkman (Lond.) Bookman. London. 

Bookman Bookman. N. Y. 

BuL. Am. Rkp. Bulletin of American Republics. Wash- 

ing^ton, D. C. 

BORR Mc. Burr Mcintosh Monthly. N. Y. 

Canad. M. Canadian Magazine. 

Cent. Century. N. Y. 

Chaut. ChautauQuan. Chautauqua,|N. Y. 

Collier's. Collier's National Weekly. N. Y. 

CONTEMP. Contemporary Review. London. 

COSMOPOL. CosmopoUtan. N. Y. 

Craftsman Craftsman. N. Y. 

Cur. Lit. Current Literature. N. Y. 

Delin. Delineator. N. Y. 

Etude. Etude. Phila. 

Everybody's Everybody's Magazine. N. Y. 

FoRTN. Fortnightly Review. London. 

Forum Forum. N. Y. 

Graphic Graphic. London. 

G. Bk. Album Green Book Album. Chicago. 

Hampton Hampton's Magazine. 

Harper Harper's Monthly. N. Y. 

Harp. B. Harpers' Bazar. N. Y. 

Harp. W. Harper's Weekly. N. Y. 

III. Lond. N. Illustrated London News. London. 

Indep. Independent. N. Y. 

Int. Studio International Studio. N. Y. 




Ladies' H. J. Ladies' Home Journal. Phila. 

Lks. W. Leslie's Weekly. N. Y. 

Life Life. N. Y. 

Lit. D. Literary Digest. N. Y. 

Liv. Age Living Age. Boston. 

McClure McClure's Magazine. N. Y. 

Met. M. Metropolitan Magazine. N. Y. 

Mod. Philol. Modern Philology. Chicago. 

Munsey Munsey's Magazine. N. Y. 

Mus. Cour. Musical Courier. Phila. 

Musician Musician. Boston. 

Nation Nation. N. Y. 

N. Music R. New Music Review. N. Y. 

N. Y. Dram. New York Dramatic Mirror. 

19th Cent. Nineteenth Century. London. 

No. Am. North American Review. N. Y. 

Outlook Outlook, N. Y. 

Overland, n. s. Overland Monthly. San Francisco. 

Pac. Mo. Pacific Monthly. Portland, Ore. 

Pearson (N. Y.) Pearson's Magazine. N. Y. 

Poet Lore Poet Lore. Boston. 

Putnam's Putnam's Magazine. N. Y. 

R. OF Rs. American Monthly Review of Reviews. 

Sat. R. Saturday Review. London. 

SCRiB. M. Scribner's Magazine. N.Y. 

Spectator Spectator. London. 

Success Success. N. Y. 

Sunset Sunset. San Francisco. 

Theatre Theatre. N. Y. 

Woman's Home C. Woman's Home Companion. Spring- 
field, O. 

World Today World Today. Chicago. 

World's Work World's Work. N.Y. 

(%) are used after 
here month and year 



^_- . . . ^ portrait only, no article. 

"Portrait (in group)" or "por. (in group)" indicates that one or more other persons appear in the picture. Scenes and acts from 
plays may be either illustrations or text, and are distinguished by adding in brackets (picture) , or (text). 

A colon after an initial designates the most usual given name, as per rule adopted by the A. L. A., and by KeacUr's Guide and 
Library Index. 

DRAMATIC INDEX, OCT. TO DEC, J909. 

Actors and actresses — continued. 



Abbott, Bessie, opera singer, 1878-. 
Portrait. Theatre 10: 176. D09. 
Acting. 

First nights in the palmy days of the drama. O. 

Skinner. Theatre 10: 184. D09. 
What acting really is. B Matthews. Mtmsey42: 349- 
52. D09. 
Actors and actresses. 

The actor in the street. W. P. Dodge. Theatre 

10: 199-200. D09. 
David Belasco's family of dramatic artists. R: 

Savage, il. Theatre 10: 149-51. N09. 
Earnings of celebrated players. Am. M. 69: 264-72. 

D09. 
Experiences on the stage, by a yoimg actress, il. 
Woman's Home C. 36: N09. 4. 



Martyrs of the stage. A. Patterson. Theatre 10: 180, 

182-3. D09. 
Submarine actors. W. P. Dodge, il. Theatre 10: 

140, X. N09. 
Adams, Maude, actress, 1872-. 

Portrait. Am. M. 69:267. D09.— Everybody's 21: 

667. N09.— Les. W. 109: 247. S9,09^N. Y. 

Dram. 62: S18, 09. 2Ci).— Theatre 10: 185. D09. 
Portrait as Maggie in What every woman knows. 

— Canad. M. 33: 436, 440. S09. Woman's Home 

C. 36: O09. 54(J). 
Ainley, Henry, actor, 1879-. 

Portraits (in group) as Satni in False Gods, 111. Lond. 

N. 135: 432. S25.09. 



• Annual Dramatic Index, covering 1909 (and including an index to "The Theatre Magazine" for 1908 and igog, and also 
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Aldrich, Mme. Mariska-, opera singer. 

Portrait. Munsey 42: 444. D09. 
Alexander, George, actor, 1858-. 

Portrait (in group) in Lorrimer Sabiston, dramatist. 
lU. Lond. N. 135: 720. N20,09. 
Allen, Viola (Mrs. P: Duryea), 1869-. 
Portrait. Theatre 10; 175. D09. 
American widow, An, comedy by H. K. Chambers. 
Criticism. Forum 42: 436 (i). N09. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 31: 266-7. N09. 
Production at Hudson theatre, N. Y. city. Harriet 
Quimby. il. Les. W. 109: 318(i). S30,09.— il. 
Theatre 10: 102, xii. O09. 
Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 48: 77. D09. 
Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 699-70. N09. 
Ames, Winthrop, manager. 

Director of the New theatre, pors. W: Ingles. Harp. 

W. 53 : N20,09. 3,8-9.— Lit. D. 39 : 1 183-4. D25,09. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 21: D09.— Ciir. Lit. 47: 672. D09. 

— N. Y. Dram. 62: 030,09. 2(i). 
Sketch, por. Indep. 67: 957, 961 028,09. 
Amneris, costume picttire. 
See Wickham, Florence. 
Anglin, Margaret, actress, 1876-. 

Acting as Helena Richie, por. A. Klauber. Pear- 
son (N. Y.) 22: 800-1. D09. 
Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: O09.— Munsey 42: 250. N09. 
Portrait as Helena Richie in The Awakening of Helena 
Richie. Am. M. 68: 626. O09.— Harp. W. 53: 
02,09. 14. 
Portrait as Viola. Canad. M. 33: 435. S09. 
Sketch, por. N. Y. Dram. 62: 02,09. 1. 
Anstey, F., dramatist. 

See Brass bottle. The. 
Antony and Cleopatra, drama by W: Shakespeare. 
Production at New theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
10: 166. D09. 
Arbuckle, Maclyn, actor, 1867-. 

Portrait as Hime Look in The circus man. N. Y. Dram. 
62: 02, 09. 5(i). 
Archambault, Francis, opera smger. 

Portrait. New Eng. M. 41: 147. O09. 
Archdeacon, Albert, opera singer. 

Brief biography, por. Graphic 80: 622(J). N6,09. 
Archibald, James F. J., dramatist. 

See Outpost, The. 
Arliss, George, actor, 1868-. 

Interview with. por. W. P. Dodge. Theatre 10: 
199-200. D09. 
Arms and the man. See Chocolate soldier. The. 
Armstrong, Paul, playwright. 

Straight talk to stage-struck girls, il. Success 12: 
625-6, 649. O09. 
Arnold, Ainsworth, actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: 02, 09. 20(i). 
Ars^ne Lupin, drama by F. de Croisset and M. Leblanc. 
Criticism. A. Ruhl. Collier's 44: 030,09. 24(i). 

—Forum 42: 364-5. O09. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 31: 254-5. N09. 
Production at the Duke of York theatre, London, Eng. 

111. Lond. N. 135: 318(i). S4,09. 
Production in New York, 1909. C. Pollock. G. Bk. 
Album 2: 1011-3. N09. — il. Theatre 10: 125, xiv. 
O09.— Van N. 6: 96-7. O09. 
Scene from (picture). Les. W. 109:391. 021,09; 
109: 415. 028,09. — at Duke of York's theatre, 
London, Eng. Graphic 80: 416. S25,09. 
Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 535-6. O09. 
See also Dramas in foreign language — (Weiner). 
Asch, Scholon, Yiddish dramatist. 
Coming to America. A. von Ende. Theatre 10: 
132. O09. 
Ashwell, Lena, actress, 1872-. 

Portrait. 111. Lond N. 135: 683. N13,09. 

Portrait as Jacqueline Flevu4ot in Madame X. 111. 

Lond. N. 135: 468. 02,09. 
Her work in Madame X. 111. Lond. N. 135: 350(i). 
Sll,09. 



Augarde, Adrienne, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 42: 252. N09. 
Awakening of Helena Richie, The, drama adapted from 
Margaret Deland's novel by Charlotte Thompson. 
Criticism. C. Pollock. G. Bk. Album 2: 1269. D09. 
Criticism of N. Y. production. Van N. 6 : 203-4. N09. 
Description of. il. Met. M. 31: 388-9. D09. 
Merits of. A. Klauber. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 801-2. 

D09. 
Production at Savoy theatre, N. Y. city. S1909. 
Harriet Quimby. il. Les. W. 109: 342(J). 07.09. 
—J. S. Metcalfe. Life 54: 438-9. S30,09.— N. Y. 
Dram. 62: 02,09. 7(§).— Theatre 10: 150-1, xii- 
iii. N09. 
Scene from.(pict\ire). Cosmopol. 48: 88. D09. — 
Hampton 23:822. D09.— Harp. W. 53:02,09.30. 
—Les. W. 109: 415. 028,09. 
Synopsis. Hampton 23: 823. D09 (J). 
Aylwin, Jean, actress, 1885-. 

Portrait. Mimsey. 42: 134. O09. 
Baird, Dorothea (Mrs. H. B. Irving), actress, 1875-. 
Portrait in group as Mary Cave in Maid of honour. 
111. Lond. N. 135: 468. 02,09. 
Ballou, Marion, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 247. S9,09. 
Bantock, L., librettist. 

See Belle of Brittany, The. 
Barber, Mrs. Lucia Gale, dancer. 

Portrait to illustrate Handel's Largo. New Eng. 
M. 41:272. N09. 
Bariatinsky, Princess, Russian actress. 

Portrait. Graphic 80: 670(i). N20.09. 
Baron, Mme. Alice, opera singer. 
Portrait. Theatre 10: 115. O09. 
Portrait in Aida. Theatre 10: 139. N09. 
Barrymore, Ethel (Mrs. R. G. Colt), actress, 1879-. 
Portrait. Am. M. 68: 625. O09.— Burr Mc. 20: 
O09.— Everybody's 21:668. N09.— Les. W. 109: 
247. S9,09.— Mtmsey 42: 243. N09.— Theatre 
10: 187. D09. 
Portrait as Zoe Blundell in Mid-channel. Harp. W. 
53: 023,09. 14. 
Bateman, Jessie, actress, 1877-. 

Portrait as Lady Diana in The whip. Graphic 80: 
384. S18,09.— 111. Lond. N. 135: 370. Sll,09. 
Bates, Blanche (Mrs. Milton F. Davis), actress, 1873-. 
An actress and her farm. Country life 16: 491-4. S09. 
Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 762. N09. 
Portrait as Mrs. Robert Granger in The fighting hope. 
Woman's Home C. 36: O09. 54(J). 
Bath pageant. 

Bath and its pageant. Anne M. Earle. il. Bk. 
News 28: 92-5. O09. 
Beaumont, Muriel (Mrs. Gerald Du Maurier), actress. 
Portrait as Hon. Mrs. Trenning in Making a gentleman. 
111. Lond. N. 135: 432. S25,09. 
Beaver skin. The, comedy by G. Hauptmann. 

Production at Irving Place theatre, N. Y. city, N1909. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: N27,09. 5(i). 
Beck, Wilhelm, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 116. O09. 
Portrait in Rigoletto. Theatre 10: 139. N09. 
Beecher, Janet, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 170. D09. 
Beerbohm, Evelyn, actress. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 461. 02,09. 
Belasco, David, manager, 1859-. 

His views regarding staging of plays. Putnam's 
7: 125-6. O09. 
Belle of Brittany, The, musical comedy by L. Bantock 
and H. Talbot. 
Plot of, and scenes from (pictures). Harp. W. 53: 

D4,09. 24. 
Production at Daly's theatre, N. Y. city, N1909. 
N. Y. Dram. N20,09. 5(^).— Theatre 10: vii, xvii 
D09. 
Scene from (picture) Les W. 109: 545. D2,09. 



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Bellew, Kyrle, actor, 1857-. 

Portrait. Am. M. 68: 628. O09 Les. W. 109: 247. 

S9,09.— G. Bk. Album 1: 901. My09. 
Portrait with Gladys Hanson in The builder of bridges. 
Theatre 10: 171. D09. 
Bellincioni, Gemma, opera singer. 

Portrait as Salome. Mus. Cour. 59:822,09. 5(i). 
Bells, The, drama. 

Production at the Queen's theatre, London, Eng 
il. Graphic 80: 430(i). 02,09. 
Beresford, Hon. Mrs. W. W. Horsley-. See Gordon, 

Kitty. 
Berger, Rudolf, opera singer. 

Portrait as Lohengrin, Mus. Cour. 59: 829,09. 36(i). 
Bernstein, Henry, dramatist, 1854—. 
Appreciationof his work: extract. Munsey 42:145-6. 
O09. 
Berry, William Henry, actor, 1872-. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 461. 02,09. 
Besier, Rudolf, dramatist. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 540. 016,09. 
See Don. 
Bierbower, Elsie, Janis. See Janis, Elsie. 
Billy, farce by G: Cameron. 

Criticism. Fonim 42: 357(|). O09. 
Production at Daly's theatre, N. Y. city. C. Pollock. 
G. Bk. Album 2:779-80. O09 —Pearson (N. Y.) 
22: 506(i). O09. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 31: 118-9. O09. 
Scene from (pictvire). Bvut Mc. 20: O09. 
Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 542 (|). O09. 
Bispham, David, opera singer. 

Biographical sketch, pors. Etude 28: 843. D09. 
Bisson, Alexander, dramatist, 1848—. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 370. 811,09. 
See Madame X. 
Bizet, Georges, composer, 1838-75. 

Biographical sketch, por. Etude 27: 663-4. O09. 
Blakeley, James, actor, 1873-. 

Portrait as Duke Ernst von Rasmussen in Dear little 

Denmark. 111. Lond. N. 135: 396. 818,09. 
His work in Dear little Denmark. 111. Lond. N. 135; 
382 (i). 811,09. 
Blanchart, Ramon, opera singer. 

Portrait. New Eng. M. 41 :144. O09. 
Blandick. Clara, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 889. N09.— N. Y. Dram. 
62: N 13,09 3(i) 
Blayney, May, actress. 

Portrait Graphic 80: 646 (J) N13.09 —111 Lond. 
N. 135: 646. N6,09. 
Blood, Adele, actress. 

Sketch, por. N. Y. Dram. 62: Dll,09. 1,7. 
Bogy man. The, drama by A. Thomas. 

Description. A. Ruhl. Collier's 44: N6,09. 23(J). 
Bolan, Mary, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 638. O09. — Les. W. 109: 
391. 021,09.— Munsey 42: 251. N09.— Pearson, 
(N. Y.) 22: 798. D09. 
With John Drew in Inconstant George, por. Every- 
body's 21: 830. D09. 
Bolevn, Mrs. R. 8. See Brovigh, Fanny Whiteside. 
Bordeaiix, France. 

Pageant of the God of wine (picttire). 111. Lond. N. 
135: 389. 818,09. 
Bourchier, Arthtir, actor. 

Portrait. lU. Lond. N. 135: 432. 825,09. 
Bo\irget, Paul, dramatist, 1852-. 

See Divorce. 
Bowen, Elsie, opera singer. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 391. 021,09. 
Boyd, H. H., dramatist. 
See Citizen's Home, A. 
Bradford, Edith, actress. 

Portrait as Masha in The chocolate soldier. Theatre 
10: 159. N09. 



Brass bottle. The, comedy by F. Anstey. 

Production at Vaudeville theatre, London, il. 
Graphic 80: 392(i). 825,09.- lU. Lond. N. 135: 
418(i). 825,09. 
Scenes from (pictures). 111. Lond. N. 135: 433. 
825,09. 
Breese, Edmund, actor, 1870-. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 119. O09. 
Bridge, The, drama by R. Hughes. 

Criticism of N. Y. production, il. Van N. 6: 203-4 

N09. 
Description of. il. Met. M. 31:400-1. D09. 
Novelization of. F. Jackson, il. G. Bk. Albvmi 

2: 1089, 1121-60. D09. 
Plot of, and scenes from (pictures). Harp. W. 53: 

09.09. 24. 
Production at Majestic theatre, N. Y. city, 84,09. 
J. 8. Metcalfe. Life 54: 378-9(i). 816,09.— N. Y. 
Dram. 62: 818.09. 5(i).— Theatre 10: 108, xi. O09. 
Brieux, Eugene, dramatist, 1858-. 

Portrait. lU. Lond. N. 135: 370. 811,09. 
See False Gods. 
Broken Idol, A, musical comedy by H. Stevens and H. 
Williams. 
Description of. il. Met. M. 31: 128-9. O09. 
Production at Herald Square theatre, N, Y. city, 
il. Theatre 10: iii,xiii-iv. O09. 
Brough, Fannjr Whiteside (Mrs. R. 8. Boleyn), actress. 
Interview with. Mtmsey 42: 142-5. O09. 
Portrait as Hon. Mrs. Beamish in The whip. 111. 
Lond. N. 135: 396. 818,09. 
Brough, Lionel, actor, 1836-1909. 

Obituary. N. Y. Dram. 62: N13,09. 9(*).— por. 
Graphic 80: 646(i). N13,09. 
Brown, Mrs. A. O., actress. See Hopper, Edna Wallace. 
Brown. Kirk, actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: 09,09. 1. 
Bruneau, Alfred, composer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 59: S15,09. 6(i). 
Bnmnhilde. 

Heroic qualities of Bnmnhilde. Johanna Gadski. 
Harp. B. 43: 884-6. 809. 
Bryce, Elizabeth, actress. 

Portrait. Hampton 23: 539. O09. 
Buchanan, ThomtKon, dramatist, 1877-. 

See Intruder, The. 
Builder of bridges. The, drama by A. Sutro. 
Criticism. Forum 42: 576-8. D09. 
Defects of. J. 8. Metcalfe. Life 54: 672(4). Nll.09. 
Production at Hudson theatre, N. Y. city, O1909. 
N. Y. Dram 62: N6,09. 5(i).— il. Theatre 10: 
171, xiii. D09. 
Review, il. Putnam's 7: 379. D09. 
Burke, Billie (Ethel Burke), actress, 1886-. 

Portrait. Am. M. 69:271. D09. — Bmr Mc. 21: 
D09.— Harp. W. 53: 016.09. 14.— Munsey 42: 
435. D09.— Theatre 10: 189. D09. 
Portrait as Jacqueline in Love watches. Everybody's 
21:825. D09. 
Busley. Jessie (Mrs. Ernest Joy), actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 21: D09. 
Bussert, Anna, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 663. N09. 
Portrait as Baroness Risa in The gay hussars. Cos- 
mopol. 47: 771. N09. 
Calv6, Emma, opera singer, 1864-. 

Biographical sketch, por. Etude 27: 663-4. O09 
Cameron, George, pseud. See Drew, Mrs. Sydney. 
Campbell. Charles. J., librettist. 

See Motor girl. The. 
Campbell. Mrs. Patrick (Beatrice Stella Campbell), 
actress. 1867-. 
Portrait as Mieris in False gods. Graphic 80: 392. 
825.09.-111. Lond. N. 135: 469. 02,09.— (in group) 
111. Lond. N. 135: 432. 825,09. 
Carasa, Frederico ae, opera singer. 1888-. 
Criticism of. Putnam's 7: 254-5. N09. 
Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 805. D09.— R. of 
Rs. 40: 590. N09.— Theatre 10: 114. O09; 10 
202. D09. — in Aida. Theatre 10: 139. N09. 



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Carey, Henry D., dramatist. 

See Two women and that man. 
Carlisle, Alexandra, actress, 1886-. 

Her work in Ars^ne Lupin. 111. Lond. N. 135: 318(i). 
S4.09. 
Carmen- Melis, Mme. opera singer. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 802. D09.— R of Rs. 
40: 591. N09. 
Carol, Jane, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 391. 021,09. 
Carter, Mrs. Leslie, actress, 1862-. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: N09.— Cosmopol. 47: 759. 
N09.— G. Bk. Albvun 2: cover. N09.— Les. W. 
109: 247. S9,09. 
What my career means to me. Mrs. Leslie Carter, 
por. G. Bk. Album 2: 884, 1044-8. N09. 
Cartwright, Charles, actor, 1855-. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 21: D09. 
Cartwright, Edith, actress. 

Portrait. Btirr Mc. 21: D09. 
Cavalieri, Lena, opera singer. 

Portrait. Harp. W. 53: F27,09. 14.— Theatre 10: 

124. O09. 
Portrait as Salome in Herodiade. Theatre 10: 201. 

D09. 
As Salome in Herodiade. por. Harp. W. 53: N20,09. 
25. 
Censorship. 

Censorship of the drama. Spectator 103: 938-9. 

D4,09. 
The censorship report. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 108: 

625-6. N20,q9. 
Report of the joint parliamentary committee. Lit. 
D. 39: 1014(f). D4,09. 
Chambers, H. Kellett, dramatist, 1867-. 

See American widow, An. 
Chanfrau, Henrietta, E., actress. 

Career and death of. por. Theatre 10: ii. N09. 
Chase, Edna, actress, 1888?-. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 500. O09. 
Chase, Willa, actress. 

Portrait (in group). Theatre 10: 158. N09. 

Chocolate soldier. The, comic opera, dramatized from 

B. Shaw's Arms and the man by R. Bemauer and 

L. Jacobson, music by O. Strauss; adapted by S. 

Stange. 

Criticism of N. Y. production, il Van N 6: 199- 

200. N09 
Description of. il. Met. M. 31: 264-5. N09. 
Production at Lyric theatre, N. Y. city, S09. Harriet 
Quimby. il. Les. W. 109: 318(i). S30,09.— J: 
S. Metcalfe. Life 54: 412(J). S23,09.— Theatre 10. 
xiii(i). N09. 
Review. Hampton 23: 700(i). N09. 
Citizen's home. A, drama by H. H. Boyd. 

Production at Majestic theatre, N. Y. city. O1909. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: 016,09. 5(i).— Theatre 10: xv. 
xvii. N09, 
Clayton, Bessie, actress. 

Portrait. Hampton 23: 535. O09. 
Clement, Edmond, opera singer. 

Portrait. R. of Rs. 40: 589. N09. 
Climax, The, drama by E: Locke. 

Scene from (picture). Woman's Home C. 36: O09. 
55(i). 
Clive, Vincent, actor. 

Portrait as Hubert, Earl of Brancaster, in The whip. 
111. Lond. N. 135: 396. S18,09. 
Cody, Col. W. F. (Buffalo Bill). 

Portrait. G. Bk. Albirni 2: 658. O09. 
Coghlan, Rose, actress, 1852-. 

Portrait. Outlook 93: 403. 023,09. 
Cohan, George, M. actor-playwright, 1878-. 

See Man who owns Broadway, The. 
College theatricals. 

The O. U. D. S. after twenty-five years. A Mac- 
kinnon. Fortn. 92: 875-90. Nl,09. 



Collier, Louise Allen-, actress, 1873-1909. 

Obituary. N. Y. Dram. 62: N20,09. 10(i). 
Colt, Mrs. Russell Griswold. See Barrymore, Ethel. 
Commanding officer. The, drama by T. B. Sayre. 
Scene from (picture). Theatre 10: 198. D09. 
Conheim, Mrs. Herman. See Morton, Martha. 
Conquest, Ida, actress, 1870-. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 639. O09.—Munsey 42:443 
D09.— Pearson (N, Y.) 22: 662. N09. 
Conrad, Charles J., actor. 

Portraits (5). N. Y. Dram. 62: N13,09. 1. 
Conti, Amoldo, musical director of the Boston opera 
house. 
Portrait. New Eng. M. 41: 142. O09. 
Corbin, John, literary manager New theatre, 1870—. 
Portrait. Bvirr Mc. 2 1 : D09. — Ctir. Lit. 47 : 672. D09 
Sketch, por. Indep. 67; 957, 961. 028,09, 
Cordoba, Pedro de, actor. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 21: D09. 
Costa, Carl, dramatist. 

See Lightning girl, The. 
Cottage in the air. The, drama by E : Knoblauch. 

Production at New theatre, N. Y. city. N1909. N. 
Y. Dram. 62: N20,09. 5(i).— Theatre 10: 166-7. 
D09. 
Courtenay, William Leonard, actor, 1875-. 

His acting. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 502-4. O09. 
Portrait. Theatre 10: 106. O09. 
Courtneidge, Cicely, actress. 

Portrait. Graphic 80: 344. 811,09. 
Coverdale, Minerva, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 1091. D09. 
Cowl, Jane (Mrs. Adolph Klauber), actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 42: 438. D09.— Pearson (N. Y.) 
22: 664. N09. 
Cox, Harding, actor. 

Portrait as Robert Malkin in The pin and the pudding. 
111. Lond. N. 135: 370. SI 1,09. 
Crawford, Francis Marion, author, 1854-1909. 

See White sister. The. 
Criticism. 

Dramatic critic and the trust. The. Indep. 67: 770-1. 

S30,09. 
Is dramatic criticism to be a branch of advertising? 

World today 17: 1016(i). O09. 
Dramatic criticism in New York. Collier's 44: 016, 
09.9(i). 
Crompton, William H., actor, 1843-. 

Obituary. N. Y. Dram. 62: N6,09. 6(i). 
D'Alroy, Evelyn, actress. 

Portrait as Yaotima in False gods. Graphic 80: 392. 
S25,09.— (in group) 111. Lond. N. 135: 432. S25, 
09. 
D'Alvarez, Marguerite, opera singer. 
Portrait. Theatre 10: 115. 009. 
Dancing, and dancers. 

The significance of the present dance movement. 
Mrs. C. L. Barber, il. New Eng. M. 41:273-9. 
N09. 
Davis, Mrs. Milton F. See Bates, Blanche. 
Dawn of a tomorrow. The, drama by Mrs. F. H. Burnett. 
Scene from (picture). Am. M. 69: 107. N09.— 
Woman's Home C. 36: O09. 54(i). 
Dean, Julia, actress. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: 030,09. 4(i). 
Dean, Ralph, actor. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 2: 881. N09. 
Dear little Denmark, comic opera by P. A. Rubens. 
Production at Prince of Wales's theatre, London, 
il. Graphic 80: 366(i). S18,09.— 111. Lond. N. 
135: 382(i). Sll,09. 
Debtors, The, drama by F. von Schoenthau, Margaret 
Mayo, translator. 
Criticism. A bit of Dickens. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 

54: 584(i). 028,09. 
Production at Bijou theatre, N. Y. city. O1909. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: 023,09. 5(i).— Theatre 10: xviii 
(i). D09, 



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Debussy, Claude, composer. 
See Pell6as et M^lisande. 
Delna, Marie, opera singer, 1875—. 

Portrait. R. of Rs. 40: 587. N09.— Theatre 10: 
138. N09. 
deM^rode, C16o, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 178. D09. 
Deming, Will, actor. 

Portrait (with B. Mcintosh). G. Bk. Album 2: 1095. 
D09. 
De Sousa, May, actress. 
Portrait. Strand (N. Y.) 37: 431. My09.— Theatre 
10: 130. O09.— Portraits. G. Bk. Albxim 2: 1092. 
D09. 
Detective Plays. 

Resemblance in. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 499-500. O09. 
Detective Sparkes, drama by M. Morton. 
Criticism. Forum 42: 364 (j). O09. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 31: 114-5. O09. 
Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city. il. Thea- 
tre 10: 107-8. 127. O09. 
Dillenbaugh, Harriet Otis, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 2 1 : D09. 
Dinh, Gilly, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 138. N09. 
Dodsworth, Edna, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 500. O09. 
Dollar mark, The, drama by G: Broadhurst. 

Brief comment on. Mtmsey 42: 254(^). N09. 
Criticism. Forvun 42: 359(|). O09. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 31: 122-3. O09. 
Production in New York, 1909. C. Pollock. G. Bk. 
Albvun 2: 1015-6. N09.— il. Theatre 10: 130, xi- 
ii. O09. 
Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 693-4. N09. 
Dollar princess. The (American version), comic opera 
by A. M. Willner, F. Griinbaum and L. FaU, 
adapted from the (Jemian by G: Grossmith,Jr. 
Criticism of N. Y. production, il. Van N. 6: 198-9. 

N09. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 31: 260-1. N09. 
Premier at New York, 1909. C. Pollock. G. Bk. 

Album 2: 1017(i). N09. 
Production at Knickerbocker theatre, N. Y. city. 
Harriet Quimby. Les. W. 109: 318(i). S20,09. 
—Theatre 10: 157, 163, xii. O09. 
Review. Hampton 23: 694-5. N09. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 23: 696. N09. 
—Les. W. 109: 391. 021,09. 
Dollar princess. The (English version), comic opera by 
A. M. Willner, F. Grttabaiun and L. Fall; adapted 
by B. Hood and A. Ross. 
Description, il. Graphic 80: 430-1. 02,09. 
Production at Daly theatre, London. 111. Lend. N. 

135: 468(i). 02,09. 
Scenes from (pictures). 111. Lend. N. 135: 461. 
02,09; 135: 682, 684. N 13.09. 
Don, comedy by R. Besier. 

Production at Haymarket theatre, London, Eng. 
Brief comment on. 111. Lond. N. 135: 530. 016,09. 
Description, il. Graphic 80: 494-5. 016,09. 
Notice of. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 108: 469. 016,09. 
Scene from (picture). 111. Lond. N. 135: 582. 023,09. 
Doro, Marie, actress and playwright. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: O09.— Harp. W. 53: 030,09. 

14. 
Portrait as Carlotta in The morals of Marcus. Every- 
body's 21: 829. D09. 
Douglas, Kenneth, actor. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 432. S25,09. 
Drama. 

Creative criticism of . -C^oUier's 44: 02.09. 9(t). 
Dramatic element in education. Etude 27: 657-8. 

O09. 
Dramatic lessons that go wrong. Lit. D. 39: 1070(1). 
Dll,09. 



Drama — continued. 

As a force in modem life. Reading plays. Indep. 67: 

931-2. 021.09. 
Happy endings demanded by American women. J. S. 

Metcalfe. Life 54: 673(i). Nll.09. 
The happy ending in the theatre. C. Hamilton. 

Forum 42: 569-79. D09. 
Imitation and suggestion in the drama. C. Hamilton. 

Forum 42: 432-41. N09. 
Mantzius, Karl. A history of theatrical art. v. 5 

(review). Nation 89: 334-5. 07,09. 
Masefield, John. Tragedy of Nan and other plays. 

Review. E: Thomas. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 99(J). 

N09. 
Present tendencies shown in the endowed theatre. W. 

Archer, il. McClure 34: 3-16. N09. 
Schlag, Hermann. Das drama; Wesen, Theorie und 

Technik des Dramas (review). Nation 89: 441-2. 

N4,09. 
As a sociological force. S. Btutis. G. Bk. Album 2: 

940-5. N09. 
The stage and its people. A department devoted to 

questions about the stage. Annie Russell, il. 

Ladies' H. J. 26: 37. N09. 
Is the theatrical manager killing the drama ? R. of Rs. 

40: 622(i). N09. 
Drama in America. 

First play in America. W: J. Neidig. Nation 88: 

86-8. Ja28,09.— F: L. Gay. Nation 88: 136. 

Fll,09. 
New York city. Plays to appear in 1909-10. J. E. 

Webber, il. Canad. M. 33: 433-41. S09. 
New York city. Plays of fall of 1909 have not been 

successful. M. White, Jr. Munsey 42: 435-52. 

D09. 
New York city. 

42: 242-58. 
New York city. 

95-9. O09. 
Over-production in the American theatre. C. Hamilton. 

Forum 42: 353-65. O09. 
Supremacy of the American stage, il. 

Cosmopol. 48: 75-80. D09. 
What's the matter with the American drama? 

Lit. 47: 437-8. O09. 
Where we get our plays. The best judge of plays. 

Suiting plays to stars. Am. M. 69: 104-12. N09. 
Drama in England. 

Censorship of the drama. Spectator 103: 938-9. 

D4,09. 
Hemingway, S. B. ed. English nativity plays, (re- 
view). Nation 89: 311-2. S30,09. 
Publications of the Malone society. Nation 89: 550-1. 

D2,09. 
Shakespearian. Albright, Victor E. The Shakespearian 

stage (review). Bk. News 28: 287-8. D09. 
Drama, French. 

Babbitt, I. Racine and the anti-romantic reaction, (re- 
view). Nation 89: 480-2. N18,09. 
Drama, German. 

Bohtlingk, Arthur. Shakespeare und unsere Klassiker 

Band I. Lessing. Band U. Goethe (review). Nation 

89: 550. D2,09. 
Drama. Greek. 

"Wasps" of Aristophanes. Given by Cambridge under- 
graduates. Music by Dr. Vaughan Williams (B). 

Spectator 103: 946-7. D4.09. 
Dramas. 

Clifford. Mrs. W. K. Three plays. Review. Bkman 

(Lond.) 37: 164(i). D09. 
Three plays that are worth while: — The passing of the 

third floor back; The harvest moon; Herod, il. 

Indep. 67: 1121-4. N18.09. 
Dramatists. 

The actor and the author, in The point of view. Scrib. 

M. 46: 507. O09. 
A tenth-centiuy dramatist. A. Kemp-Welch. 19th 

Cent. 66: 814-26. N09. 



Review of season of 1909-10. Munsey 
N09. 
Summer plays of 1909. il. Van N. 6: 



A. Dale. 
Ctir. 



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Drew, John, actor, 1853-. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 247. S9,09; 109: 463. Nll,09. 

—Theatre 10: 188. D09. 
Portrait (with Mary Boland) in Inconstant George 

Hampton 23: 816. D09. 
With Mary Boland in Inconstant George, por. Every- 
body's 21: 830. D09. 
Drew, Sydney, actor. 

His acting and family. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 506(i) 
O09. 
Drew, Mrs. Sydney (pseud. George Cameron). 

See Billy. 
Dniry, William Price, dramatist. 

See Flag lieutenant, The. 
Du Manner, Gerald, actor, 1873-. 

His work in Ars^ne Lupin, por. 111. Lond. N. 135: 318, 
330. S4,09. 
Du Manner, Mrs. Gerald. See Beaumont, Mvu-iel. 
Duryea, Mrs. Peter. See Allen, Viola. 
Eden, Guy, librettist. 

See Mountaineers, The. 
Edeson, Robert, actor, 1868-. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: S25,09. 3. 
Portraits. G. Bk. Albiun 2: 872-3. N09. 
Edwardes, George, manager, 1852-. 

Adverse criticism by Westminster gazette. Spectator 
103:631(i). 023,09. 
Edwards, Julian, composer, 1855-. 

See Girl and the wizard. The. 
Eis, Alice, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 765. N09. 
Elliott, Maxine, actress, 1873-. 

Portrait. Am. M. 69: 105. N09. — Munsey 42: 249. 

N09. 
Portrait in costiune. Overland n. s. 54: 417. O09. 
Portrait as Deborah Todd. Everybody's 21: 672. 
N09. 
Eysler, E., composer. 
See Love cure, The. 
Faber, Beryl (Mrs. Cosmo Hamilton), actress and play- 
wright. 
Portrait as Peg in Sense of humoiu". 111. Lond. N. 135: 

370. Sll,09. 
Her work in Sense of humour, por. 111. Lond. N. 135: 

318, 330. S4,09. 

See Sense of humour. 

Fairbanks, Ethel, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 765. N09. 
False gods (La Foi), drama by E. Brieux, translated by 
J. B. Fagan. 
Production at His Majesty's theatre, London, il. 
Graphic 80: 366-7. S18,09.— Synopsis. 111. Lond. 
N. 135: 386(i). S18,09. 
Scenes from (pictures). 111. Lond. N. 135: 385. S18,09; 
135: 432. S25,09. 
Far from the madding crowd, play adapted by A. H. 
Evans. 
Criticism of. il. Graphic 80: 720(i). N27,09. 
Faust, Lotta (Mrs. Richie Ling), actress, 1880-. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 82. D09. — G. Bk. Album 2: 

cover. D09.— Munsey 42: 137. O09.— N. Y. Dram. 

62: 023,09. 1.— Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 505. O09. 

Faversham, William Alfred, actor and dramatist, 1868-. 

Group picture at siunmer home, Chiddingford, Eng. 

G. Bk. Albtun 2: 1103. D09. 
Portrait as Herod. Collier's 44: D4,09. 21. — Cur. Lit. 
47: 674. D09. 
Faversham, Mrs. W: A. See Opp, Jtilie. 
Ferguson, Elsie, actress. 

As Anne Victoria in Such a little queen, por. Theatre 

10: 152. N09. 

Interview with. pors. A. P. Theatre 10: 152-3. N09. 

Portrait. Am. M. 69: 272. D09.— Burr Mc. 20: N09; 

21: D09.— Cosmopol. 48: 83. D09.— Mvmsey 42: 

242. N09.— Theatre 10: 106. O09; 10: cover. N09. 

Rapid promotion of. por. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 502, 

504-5. O09; 22: 663. N09. 



Ferrar, Ada, actress, 1867-. 

Her work as Goneril in King Lear. 111. Lond. N. 135: 

386(i). S18,09. 
Ferrer, Mile. Paz, actress. 

Portrait. Harp. W. 53: N20,09. 14. 
Filkins, Grace (Mrs. Adolph Marix), actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: N09.— N. Y. Dram. 62: Sll,09. 

2(i). 
Portrait as Betsy in An American widow. Every- 
body's 21: 827. D09. 
Fiske, Mrs. Minnie Maddem (Marie Augusta Davey), 

actress, 1865-. 
Portrait. Am. M. 69: 112. N09. — N. Y. Dram. 62: 

S25,09. 2(i). 
Portrait as Salvation Nell. Burr. Mc. 20: N09. 
Fitch, William Clyde, playwright, 1865-1909. 
Appreciation, por. Putnam's 7: 244-6. N09. 
As collaborator. W. Steell. Theatre 10: 176, 178. D09. 
Editorial on death of. Collier's 43: S18,09. ll(i). 
Estimate of. por. Cur. Lit. 47: 552-4. N09. — por. 

Theatre 10: 112, vi. O09. 
Funeral of. N. Y. Dram. 62: 09,09. ll(i). 
Obituary and account of his career, por. N. Y. Dram. 

62: S18.09. 7(|). 
Passing of, and list of his plays. G. Bk. Album 2: 

1064-8. N09. 
Placing Clyde Fitch, por. Lit. D. 39: 437. S18,09. 
Portrait. R. of Rs. 40: 411. O09.— (in group). G. 

Bk. Album 1: 693. Ap09.— Portraits. G. Bk. 

Album 2: 868-71. N09. 
The real Clyde Fitch. A. Bell. Theatre 10: 158-60, x. 

N09. 
A self-defeated playwright. R. of Rs 40: 621-2 N09. 
Sketch of. por. 111. Lond. N. 135: 354(i). Sll,09. 
Work of. por. C. Hamilton. Bookman 30: 134-8. 

O09.— Collier's 44: S25,09. 10(i). 
Flag lieutenant. The, drama by W. P. Drury and L. 

Trevor. 
Criticism. Forum 42: 363-4. O09. 
English play. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 54: 379(i). S16,09. 
Production at Criterion theatre, N. Y. City, Ag09. 

N. Y. Dram. 62: Sll,09. 5(j).— il. Theatre 10: 

103, 113. O09. 
Flanders, Ralph N., general manager Boston opera house. 

Portrait. New Eng. M. 41: 141. O09. 
Florence, Ruth, actress. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: S25,09. 7(i). 
Florist shop, The, drama adapted from the German'by 

O. Herford. 
Criticism. Forum 42: 358(|). O09.— Munsey 42: 246, 

248. N09. 
Notice of production at Liberty theatre, N. Y. C. Pol- 
lock. G. Bk. Album 2: 781-2. O09. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 31: 120-1. O09. 
Scene from (picture). Burr Mc. 20: O09. — Cosmopol. 

48: 87. D09. 
Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 541-3. O09. 
Foi, La. See False gods. 
Follies of 1909, comic opera by H. B. Smith and M. Levi. 

Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 543(^). O09. 
Forbes- Robertson, Johnston. See Robertson, Johnston, 

Forbes-. 
Fortune himter. The, drama by W. Smith. 
Criticism. Forum 42: 437(f). N09. 
Criticism of N. Y. production, il. Van N. 6: 201. N09. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 31: 258-9. N09. 
Plot. A. Ruhl. Collier's 44: 030,09. 24(i).— Pearson 

(N. Y.) 22: 664-6. N09. 
Production at Gaiety theatre, N. Y. City. S1909. 

C. Pollock. G. Bk. Album 2: 1015(i) N09 — N. Y. 

Dram. 62: S18,09. 5(i)— Theatre 10: xiii O09. 
Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 692-3, 697. N09. 
Fourth estate. The, drama by J. M. Patterson and Harriet 

Ford. 
Criticism. Forum 42: 438. N09. 
Production at Wallack's theatre, N. Y. City, O1909. 

Harriet Quimby. Les. W. 109: 390(i). 021,09.— 

N. Y. Dram. 62: 016,09. 5(i).— Theatre 10: 135-7. 

N09.— il. Van N. 6: 317-8. D09. 



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Fovirth estate — continued. 

Its reception by the press. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 54: 

550(1). 021,09. 
Review, il. Hampton 23: 815-9. D09. 
Scene from (picture). Harp. W. 53: N27,09. 25. — 

Les. W. 109: 415. 028,09. 
Sjmopsis and criticism. C. Pollock. G. Bk. Album 2: 
1267-9. D09. 
France, Charles Vernon, actor, 1868-. 

His work as Kent in King Lear. 111. Lond. N. 135: 
386(1). S18,09. 
Frenyear, Mabel, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: D09.— Mvmsey 42: 440. D09. 
—Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 506. O09. 
Galsworthy, John, playwright, 1867-. 

Plays. The silver box. Joy. Strife (review). Indep. 

67: 931(i). 021,09. 
Portrait. Lit. D. 39: 1013. D4,09.— (in group). 
McClure 34: 8. N09. 
Garden, Mary, opera singer, 1876-. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 804. D09.— Theatre 10: 
202. D09. 
Gaus, Hans, dramatist. 

See Right about ! 
Gay hussars. The (Ein Herbstmanoever), operetta by E. 
Kalman, K. Von Bakoni and R. Bodanski 
Criticism of Mimsey 42: 242-6. N09. 
Notes concerning. C. Pollock. G. Bk. Albvmi 2: 782. 

O09. 
Production in N. Y. il. Van N. 6: 95-6. O09. 
Scene from (picture). Burr Mc. 20: O09. 
Synopsis. Hampton 23: 543-4. O09. 
Gen^e, Mile. Adeline, dancer, 1873-. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 21: D09.— Munsey 42: 439. D09. 
—Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 499. O09.— Theatre 10: 179. 
D09. 
Portrait at 11 years. G. Bk. Albimi 2: 1110. D09. 
Gest, Morris. 

Portrait (with J. Mitchell). G. Bk. Album 2: 1104. 
D09.— (with wife). G. Bk. Albtmi 2: 645. O09. 
Gillette, Viola, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 637. O09. 
Girl and the wizard. The, musical comedy by J. H. 
Manners and J. Edwards. 
Description of. il. Met. M. 31: 390-1. D09. 
Plot and scenes from (pictures). Harp. W. 53 : 016,09. 

25. 
Production at Casino, N. Y. City, S.1909. Harriet 
Quimby. Les. W. 109: 370(^). 014,09.— J. S. Met- 
calfe. Life 54: 517(i) 014,09.— N. Y. Dram. 62: 
09,09. 6(J).— Theatre 10: 137, 141, xii. N09. 
Review. Hampton 23: 823(^). D09. 
Scene from (picture)., Hampton 23: 819. D09. — Les. W 
109: 391. 021,09. 
Glyn, Gertrude, actress. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 461. 02,09. 
Glynn, Mary, dancer. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 646. N6,09. 
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832. 

BShtlingk, Arthur. Shakespeare und unsere klassiker. 
Band I. Lessing. Band II. Goethe (review). Nation 
89: 550. D2,09. 
Golden, Richard, comedian, -1909. 

Educating the public. R: Golden. G. Bk. Album 2: 
763-9. O09. 
Gordon, Kitty (the Hon. Mrs. W. W. Horsley-Beresford), 
actress. 
As Murietta in The Girl and the wizard, por. (in group). 

Theatre 10: 141. N09. 
Portrait. Munsey 41: 270. My09. — Pearson (N. Y.) 
22: 660. N09. 
Gottschalk, Ferdinand, actor. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 21 : D09.— Outlook 93 : 403. 023,09. 
Great divide. The, drama by W: V. Moody. 
Notice. Nation. 89: 387(i). 021,09. 
Production at Adelphi theatre, London. Graphic 80: 
392(i). S25,09.— 111. Lond. N. 135: 418(i). S25,09. 
Review. Indep. 67: 932(1). 021,09. 



Great Mrs. Galloway, The, drama by D. Murray. 
Brief summary. Graphic 80: 646(i). N 13,09. 
Production at Globe theatre, London, Eng. 111. Lond. 

N. 135: 702(i). N13,09. 
Scenes from (picture). Graphic 80: 720(i). N27,09. 
Grey, Jane, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 463. Nil, 09 .—Munsey 245. 
N09. 
Grippon, Mme. Eva, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 114. O09. 
GrfJnbaum, F., dramatist. 

See Dollar princess. The. 
Guilbert, Yvette(Mrs. Max Schiller), opera singer, 1868-. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 463. Nll,09. 
Guinan, Texas, actress. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: 016,09. 1. 
Gwvn, Nance, Australian dancer. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 654. O09. Cosmopol. 47: 
766. N09. 
Hackett, Mrs. James Henry, actress, -1909. 

Obituary. N. Y. Dram. 62: N6,09. 4(i). 
Hackett, James Ketaltas, actor, 1869-. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 1106. D09.— Les. W. 109: 

247. S9,09.— N. Y. Dram. 62: 09,09. 3(i). 
Portrait (with daughter). G. Bk. Album 1 : 689. Ap09. 
Hackett, W., dramatist. 
See ^^liite sister The. 
Hall, Laura Nelson (Mrs. F: Truesdell), actress. 1876-. 
Portrait. Les. W. 109: 247. S9, 09 —Pearson (N. Y.) 
22: 664. N09. 
Hamilton, Cosmo, dramatist. 

See Master key. The. 
Hamilton, Mrs. Cosmo. See Faber, Beryl. 
Hamilton, Mrs. Hale. See Oaker, Jane. 
Hampton club, play based on R. L. Stevenson's story. 

Scene from. Graphic 80: 674(i). N20,09. 
Hanlon, May, actress. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 2: 895. N09. 
Harding, D. Lyn (David Llewellyn Harding), actor. 
Portrait. lU. Lond. N. 135: 330. S4,09. 
His work in Mid-channel. 111. Lond. N. 135: 350(i). 
Sll,09. 
Harlan, Otis, actor. 

Portrait in The broken idol. Met. M. 31: 128. O09. 
Harris, Leonore, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 42: 441. D09.— Theatre 10: 169. 

D09. 
Description. Indep. 67: 1123-4. N 18,09.— Harriet 
Quimby. Les. WT 109: 439 (i). N4,09. 
Harvest moon. The, drama by A: Thomas. 
Criticism. Forum 42: 575-6. D09. 
Notice. Nation 89: 387(i). 021,09. 
Plot of and excerpts from. il. Ctir. Lit. 47: 660-8. 

D09. 
Plot of and scenes from (pictures). Harp. W. 53: 

N6.09. 24. 
Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city, O1909. J. S. 
Metcalfe. Life 54: 628(1). N4.09.— N. Y. Dram. 
62: 030,09. 5(J).— il. Theatre 10: 167-9, 193. 
D09. 
Review. Outlook 93: 571 (i). N13,09. 
Hay, Julia, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 21: D09. 
Henderson, Mrs. Ettie, actress, -1909. 

Obituary. N. Y. Dram. 62: 016,09. 7(§). 
Herbstmanoever, Ein. See Gay hussars. The. 
Herlein, Lillian, actress. 

As Zoraidie in The Rose of Algeria, por. Theatre 10: 
136. N09 
Heme, Katherine Chrystal, actress, 1883-. 

Acting in The melting pot. por. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 
666(i). N09. 
Herod, tragedy by S. Phillips. 

Criticism. Forum 42: 578-9. D09. 
Description. Collier's 44: D4,09. 21.— il. Indep. 67: 
1124(i). N 18,09.— Harriet Quimby. Les. W. 109: 
462(*). Nll,09. 
Notice. Nation 89: 414(i). 029.09. 
Plot of and scenes from (pictures). Harp. W. 53: 
N 13,09. 24. 



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Herod — continued. 

Production at Lyric theatre, N. Y. City, 0,1909. J. S. 
Metcalfe. Life 54: 672. Nll,09.— N. Y. Dram. 62: 
N6,09. 5(i).— il. Theatre 10: 169-70, 181. D09. 

Review. Collier's 44: N13,09. 9(i). 
Herodiade, opera by J. Massenet. 

Premiere at Manhattan opera hotxse N8,09. N. Mxisic 
R. 9: 21-2. D09. 
Hitchcock, Raymond, actor. 

Portrait (with wife). G. Bk. Album 2: 656. O09. 
Hitchcock, Mrs. Raymond. 

See Zabelle, Flora. 
His name on the door, play by F. Lord. 

Production at Bijou theatre, N. Y. City, N,1909. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: D4,09. 5(§). 
HofiEe, Monckton, dramatist, 1881-. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 720. N20,09. 

See Little damozel. The. 
Hoi brook, Florence (Mrs. Cecil Lean), actress. 

Portrait (with husband). G. Bk. Album 2: 1108. D09. 
Holbrooke, Amelia Weed, dramatist. 

See Little terror, The. 
Holbrooke, Joseph, composer. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 646. N6,09. 
Holcomb, Willard, dramatist. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 463. Nll,09. 
Hood, Basil, librettist. 

See Dollar princess. The. 
Hopper, Edna Wallace (Mrs. A. O. Brown), actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 882. N09.— Theatre 10: 
128. O09. 
Hopwood, Avery, dramatist. 

See Seven days. 
Homimann, Roy, dramatist. 

See Idols. 
Howard, George Bronson-, dramatist. 

See Only law. The. 
Howard, _Joe, actor and dramatist. 

Portrait (in group). B. Gk. Album 2: 879. N09. 
Howard, Mrs. Joe. See Barrison, Mabel. 
Hubbell, Raymond, composer. 

See Midnight sons, The. 
Huguenots, Les, opera by G. Meyerbeer. 

Criticism. C. C. Saint-Saens. N. Music R. 9: 16-7. 
D09. 
Hunter, Leah Bateman-, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 21: D09.— Munsey 42: 442. D09. 
Ibsen, Henrik, dramatist, 1828-1906. 

From Ibsen's workshop ; the genesis of his dramas. W : 
Archer. Fonmi 42: 506-22. D09. 
Idols, dramatization of W. J. Locke's novel by R. Homi- 
mann. 

Production at Bijou theatre, N. Y City, N1909. J. S. 

Metcalfe Life 54: 709(i) N18,09.— N. Y. Dram. 

62: N13,09. 7(J).— Theatre 10: 168, xiii, xv. D09. 

In Ha5rti, musical farce by J: J. McNally, Jerome and 

Production at Circle theatre, N. Y. City, Ag,1909. 

N. Y. Dram. 62: Sll,09. 5(i). 
Inconstant George, comedy by R. de Flers and A. de 

Caillavet, adapted from the French by Gladys 

Unger. 
Criticism. Forum 42: 439(i). N09. 
Description of. il. Met. M. 31: 396-7. D09. 
Plot of and scenes from (pictures). Harp. W. 53: 

023,09. 24. 
Produced at Empire theatre, N. Y. City, S1909. J. S. 

Metcalfe. Life 54: 476(4). 07,09.— N. Y. Dram. 

62: 02,09. 7(i).— Theatre 10: 134-5, 155. N09. 
Production at Savoy theatre, N. Y. City. Harriet 

Quimby. Les. W. 109: 342(§). 07,09. 
Review. Hampton 23: 823-4. D09. 
Scene from (picture). Les. W. 109: 415. 028,09. 
Intruder, The, drama by T. Buchanan. 
Criticism. Forum 42: 436-7. N09. 
Produced at Bijou theatre, N. Y. City, 322,1909. J. S. 

Metcalfe. Life 54: 476(i). 07,09.— N. Y. Dram. 

62: 02,09. 7(i).— Theatre 10: xv(i). N09. 



Irving, Sir JohnjHenry Brodribb, actor-manager, 1838- 
1905. 

Italy's memory of Henry Irving. Graphic 80: 716(J^). 
N27,09. 
Irving, Henry Brodribb, actor-manager, 1870-. 

As Matthias in The Bells. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 108: 

404. 02,09. 
Portrait as Matthias in The bells. Graphic 80: 393- 
S25,09.— (in group). 111. Lond. N. 135: 468 02,09. 
Irving, Mrs. H: Brodribb. See Baird, Dorothea. 
Irving, Isabel (Mrs. W. H. Thompson), actress, 1871-. 
Portrait. Les. W. 109: 247. 59,09.— Pearson (N. Y.) 

22: 666. N09. 
Portrait as Mrs. Cameron in The flag lieutenant. 
Munsey 42: 135. O09. 
Is matrimony a failure? farce adapted from the German 
by L. Ditrichstein. 
Criticism. Collier's 44: D4,09. 22(i).— Forum 42: 

358-9. O09. 
Merits and plot of. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 658, 663. 

N09. 
Note of. Harriet Quimby. Les. W. 109: 274(J). 

S16.09. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 31: 116-7. O09. 
Premiere in New York. C. Pollock. G. Bk Album 

2: 1013-4 N09 
Production in N. Y. il. Van N. 6: 97. O09.— iL 

Theatre 10: 104-6. O09. 
Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 48: 76. D09. 
Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 691-2. N09. 
Isolda, costume pictiu-e. 

See White, Gleeson. 
Israel, drama by H: Bernstein 

Criticism. Fonmi 42: 571-5. D09. 

Description. Collier's 44: D4,09. 22. — Harriet Quimby. 

Les. W. 109: 462(J). Nll,09. 
Notice. Nation89: 414(i). 028,09 
Produced at Criterion theatre, N. Y. City, S1909. J. S. 
Metcalfe. Life 54: 629(4). N4,09.— N. Y. Dram. 
62: N6,09. 5(i) —Theatre 10: 169, 177. D09. 
Scene from (picture) Les. W. 109: 535. D2,09; 629, 

D23,09. 
Synopsis. Hanvpton 23: 536-40. O09. 
Janis, Elsie (Elsie Janis Bierbower), actress, 1889-. 
Portrait. Theatre 10: cover. D09. — Portraits. G. Bk 
Album 2: 643, 659. O09. 
Japan. 

Theatre in Japan. G: Cleveland. G. Bk. Album 2: 
827-33. 009. 
Jay, Isabel, actress. 

Portrait (in group) as Christine in Dear little Den- 
mark. 111. Lond. N. 135: 396. S18,09. 
Her work in Dear little Denmark. 111. Lond. N. 135: 
382(i). Sll,09. 
Jerome K. Jerome, dramatist, 1859-. 

See Passing of the third floor back. The. 
Joan of Arc, drama, by J. C. F. von Schiller. 

The performance in the Harvard stadium, Jvme, 1909, 
Scrib. M. 46: 505-6. O09. 
Toy, Mrs. Ernest. See Busley, Jessie. 
Kabale \md Liebe, tragedy by J. C. F. von Schiller. 
Production at Irving place theatre, N. Y. City, O1909. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: 016,09. 6(i). 
Kaelred, Katherine, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 370. 014,09.— Pearson (N. Y.) 
22: 659. N09. 
Kalash, Mme., actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 21: D09. 
Kampf, Leopold, playwright. 

See On the eve. 
Keane, Doris, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: O09.— Munsey 42: 445. D09. 
Portrait as Sonia in Ars^ne Lupin. Everybody's 21: 

828 D09 
Sketch, por. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 501, 504. O09. 
Kegerreis, Robert B., dramatist. 

See Tell-tale heart, The. 
Keightley, Cyril, actor, 1875-. 

Portrait as Captain Greville Sartoris in The whip. 111. 
Lond. N. 135: 396. S18,09. 



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Kellermann, Annette, swimmer. 
Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: O09. 
Kellerman, Marcus, opera singer. 

Sketch, por. Mus. Cour. 59: S8,09. 12(i). 
Kennedy, Mrs. C: Rann. See Matthison, Edith Wynne. 
Kent, Eleanor, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 119. O09. 
King Lear, tragedy by W : Shakespeare. 

Production at the Haymarket, London. Graphic 80: 
366(i). S18,09.— 111. Lond. N. 135: 386(i). S18,09. 
—Sat. R. 108: 411, 442, 475. 02, 9, 16,09.— Spec- 
tator 103: 408-9. S18,09. 
Scene from (text) as produced at the Haymarket, 
London. Graphic 80: 335. Si 1,09. — Scenes from 
(pictures). Graphic 80: 392. S25,09. 
Various renderings. Mtisings without method. Blackw. 
186: 570-6. O09. 
Klauber, Mrs. Adolph. See Cowl, Jane. 
Klein, Charles, actor and dramatist, 1867-. 

Portrait. Cur. Lit. 47: 433. O09.— (with wife). G. 

Bk. Album 2: 1100. D09. 
Sketch of. pors. G: H: Payne. G. Bk. Album 2: 646, 
718-23. O09. 
Knoblauch, Edward, dramatist. 

See Cottage in the air. The. 
Koenen, Tilly, opera singer. 

Portrait. R. of Rs. 40: 592. N09. 
Krull, Frau, opera singer. 

Portrait as Elektra. Craftsman 17: 284. D09. 
Portrait as Salome. Craftsman 17: 284. D09. 
Kyasht, Lydia, actress. 

Portrait in Round the world. 111. Lond. N. 135: 540. 
016,09. 
Lady Teazle, costume picture. 

See Lohr, Marie. 
Lambert, Maud, singer. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 391. 021,09; 601. D16,09. 
Lang, Anton, of Passion play. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 190. D09. 
La Palme, Beatrice, opera singer. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 330. S4,09. 
Lassalle, Jean, opera singer. 

Obituary. 111. Lond. N. 135: 396(i). S18,09. ' 
Laughlin, Anna, singer and dancer. 

Portrait. Les. w! 109: 415. 028,09. 
Lawson, Thais, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 21: D09. 
Lazard, Desir^e, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: N09. 
Leblanc, Georgette (Mme. Georgette Leblanc-Maeter- 
linck), actress. 
As Lady Macbeth. Macbeth at Saint -Wandrille. Fortn. 
92: 605-18. O09.— por. Lit. D. 39: 480-1. S25,09. 
Performance of Macbeth in old French abbey, St. 
Wandrille, Normandy, por. as Lady Macbeth. A. F. 
Sanborn, il. Bk. ^fews 28: 149-61. N09. — Theatre 
10: 142-3. N09. 
Lee, Auriol, actress. 

Portrait as Viola Hay in sense of humour. 111. Lond. 
N. 135: 370. Sll,09 
Le Gallienne, Richarfl, dramatist, 1866-. 

Portrait. Bookman 30: 109. O09. 
Lemon, Mark, dramatist, 1809-70. 

Sketch. Numerous pors. M. H. Spielmann. Bkman 
(Lond.) 37: 77-85. N09. 
Leslie, Bert, actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: S25,09. 1. 
Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim, 1729-1781. 

BShtlingk, Arthur. Shakespeare und unsere Klassiker. 
Band I. Lessing. Band II. Goethe (review). Nation 
89: 550. D2,09. 
Levey, Ethel (Grace Ethelia), comedienne. 

Portrait. Graphic 80: 384. S18,09. 
Lewis, Ruby, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 633. O09. 
Lightning girl. The, farce with songs by C. Costa and 
C. Mill6cker. 
Production at Irving Place theatre, N. Y. City, O1909. 
N.Y. Dram. 62:016,09. 6(1). 



Limerick, Mona, actress. 

Portrait. McClure 34: 4 N09 
Lipkowska, Lydia, opera singer 

Portrait. New Eng. M. 41: 146. O09. 
Littell, Philip, dramatist. 

See Septimus. 
Little damozel, The, drama by M. Hoffe. 

Produced at Wyndham's theatre, London. Graphic 80: 
574(i). 030,09.-111. Lond. N. 135: 630(J). 030,09. 
Scene from (picture). 111. Lond. N. 135: 720. N20,09. 
— Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 80: 674(1). 
N20,09. 
Little terror. The, comedy by Amelia W. Holbrooke. 
Production at Lincoln Square theatre, N. Y. City, 
O1909. N. Y. Dram. 62: 020,09. 5(i). 
London, Eng. 

Bird's eye view of Shakespeare's London (map). 111. 
Lond. N. 135: 501. 09,09. 
Longfellow, Stephanie, actress. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: N6,09. 4(i). 
Lord, Frank, dramatist. 

See His name on the door. 
Lome, Marion, actress. 

Portrait (in group) Burr Mc 20: O09. 
Lorraine, Hattie, actress 

Portrait. Les. W 109: 510 N25,09. 
Lorraine. Lillian, actress 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 768. N09.— Hampton 23: 
538. O09. 
Lorrimer, Sabiston, dramatist, play by R. C. Carton. 
Criticism of. Graphic 80: 646(i). N 13,09. 
Notice. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 108: 592-3. N13,09. 
Production at St. James theatre, London, Eng. 111. 

Lond. N. 135: 702(i). N13,09. 
Scene from. Graphic 80: 674(i). N20,09. 
Love. 

In French drama. Lit. D. 39: 580(i). 09,09. 
Love cure, The, comic opera by O. Herford and E. Eysler 
Criticism of N. Y. production. Van N. 6: 199. N09. 
Outline of. il. Met M. 31: 256-7. N09. 
Production at New Amsterdam theatre, N. Y. City, 
S1909. Les. W. 109: 299 (i). S23,09.— N. Y. Dram. 
62: SI 1,09. 5-6.— Theatre 10: 102-3. O09. 
Scene from (picture). Les. W. 109: 318. S30,09. 
Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 695-6. N09. 
Lucas, Georges, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 114. O09. 
Lund, Carlotta, opera singer. 

Portrait as Martha. Mus. Cour. 59: S8, 09. 36. 
Lyons, Esther, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 81. D09. 
Macbeth, tragedy by W: Shakespeare. 

Mme. Maeterlinck s presentation, il. Lit. D. 39: 480-1, 

S25,09. 
Performance of, at Saint- Wandrille. Georgette Leblanc- 

Maeterlinck. Fortn. 92: 605-18. O09. 
Production at the Abbey of Saint Wandrille, Nor- 
mandy, by Madame Georgette Leblanc-Maeterlinck 
A. F. Sanborn, il. Bk. News 2.8: 149-51. N09.— 
il. 111. Lond. N. 135: 320, 322-3. S4, 09 .—Theatre 
10: 142-3. N09. 
Presentation by Mme. Maeterlinck at Abbey of St. 
Wandrille. Scene from (picture). 111. Lond. N. 135: 
380. Sll,09. — Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 80: 
339. Sll,09.— Harp. W. 53: 02,09. 24. 
Macdonell, Kathleen, actress. 

Portrait. Canad. M. 33: 465. S09. — Cosmopol. 47: 
772. N09. 
Macdonough, Glen, librettist. 

See Rose of Algeria, The. 
MacNally (McNally), John J., librettist. 

See In Hayti. 
McCarthy, Justin Huntly, dramatist, I860-. 

See Proud prince. The. 
Mcintosh, Burr, actor. 

Portrait (with W. Deming). G. Bk. Album 2: 1095. 
D09. 
Mclntyre, Frank, actor. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 669. O09. 



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McKinnel, Norman, actor, 1870-. 

As King Lear. Spectator 103: 408-9. S18,09. 
Portrait as Albert Thompsett in Don. III. Lond. N. 135: 

582. 023,09. 
Portrait as King Lear. 111. Lond. N. 135: 397. S18,09 
McOwen, Bernard, J., actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 62: 02,09. 20(i). 
Madame X, drama by M. Bisson. 

Production at Globe theatre, London. Graphic 80: 
334(i). SI 1,09.— 111. Lond. N. 135: 350(i). Si 1,09. 
Scenes from (pictures) at the Queen's theatre, London. 
Graphic 80: 430. 02,09. 
Maeterlinck, Mme. Georgette Leblanc. 

See Leblanc, Georgette. 
Maid of honour. A, play. 

Scene from (picture) at the Queen's theatre, London. 
Graphic 80: 430. 02,09. 
Make-up. (See also Actors and actresses.) 

Morton C. Art of theatrical make-up (review), il. 
Graphic 80: 534(i). 023,09. 
Making of a gentleman. The, drama by A Sutro 
Notice of. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 108: 377. S25,09. 
Production at Garrick theatre, London. Graphic 80: 
366(i). S18,09.— 111. Lond. N. 135: 386(i). 818,09. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 80: 416. S25,09. — 
111. Lond. N. 135: 433. S25,09. 
Man from home. The, drama by B. Tarkington and H. L. 
Wilson. 
Novelization of. R. Shirley, il. G. Bk. Albvun 2: 

897-940. N09. 
Scene from (picture). G. Bk. Album 2: 865. N09.— 
Woman's Home C. 36: O09. 54. 
Man masterftd. The, drama by G: Middleton. 

Text. Forum 42: 369-82. O09. 
Man who owns Broadway, The, musical play by G: M. 
Cohan. 
Production at New York theatre, N. Y. City, O1909. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: 023,09. 5(i).— il. Van N. 6: 
321-2. D09.— il. Theatre 10: 134, xiv. N09. 
Review, il. Hampton 23: 820-3. D09. 
Manners, J. Hartley, dramatist. 
See Girl and the wizard, The. 
Mansfield, Erminia Rudersdorflf. See Rudersdorff, Mme. 

Erminia. 
"Marceline," clown. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 108. O09. 
Marix, Mrs. Adolph. See Filkins, Grace. 
Marlowe, Julia, actress, 1870-. 

Portrait. Am. M. 69: 265. D09.— Bvirr Mc 21: 
D09.— Les. W. 109: 510. N25,09. — Munsey 42: 
437. D09. — Outlook 93: 402. 023,09. 
Portrait as Cleopatra. Theatre 10: 101. O09. 
Martin, Florence, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 439. N4,09. 
Masefield, John, dramatist. See Drama — Masefield. 
Massen, Louis, actor. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 2: 1117. D09. 
Master key. The, play by C. Hamilton. 

Production at Bijou theatre, N. Y. City, O1909. N. Y. 
Dram. 62: 016,09. 6(i). 
Matthison, Edith Wynne (Mrs. C: R. Kennedy), actress. 
Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 610. 030,09. 
Portrait as Ruth Jordan in The great divide. Graphic 
80: 476. 09,09.-111. Lond. N. 135: 396. S18,09. 
Maugham, W. S. dramatist, 1874-. 

See Noble Spaniard, The 
Mayo, M. dramatist. 

See Debtors, The. 
Mazzarin, Mme. Marietta, opera singer. 

Portrait. R. of Rs. 40: 591. N09.— Theatre 10: 202. 
D09. 
Melick, Harry, actor. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 21: D09. 
Melting pot, The, drama by I. Zangwill. 

Criticism. Forum 42: 434-5. N09.— Lit. D. 39: 440(i). 

S18,09.— Munsey 42: 25S(i). N09. 
Description, il. Met. M. 31: 394-5 D09 
Estimate of. A. S. Henry. Bk. News 28: 203-4. 

N09. 
Premifere in New York, 1909. C. Pollock. G. Bk. 
Album 2: 1013. N09. 



Melting pot — continued 

Production at opening of the Comedy theatre, N. Y. 

City, S1909. J.S.Metcalfe. Life54: 378(i). S16,09 

—Les. W. 109: 299. S23,09.— Theatre 10: 106-7, 

132. O09. 

Review, il. Bookman 30: 324-7. D09. — Indep. 67: 

931-2. 021,09. 
Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 696, 698. N09. 
Menotti, Delphino, regisseur general of Boston opera 
house. 
New Eng. M. 41: 142. O09. 
Merry peasant. The, comic opera by L. Fall. 
Criticism of. il. Graphic 80: 574(i). 030,09. 
Production at Strand theatre, L<>ndon, Eng. 111. 
Lond. N. 135: 610(i). 030,09. 
Meyerbeer, Giacomo, composer, 1791-1864. 

See Huguenots, Les. 
Michaelis, Robert, actor. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 461. 02,09. 
Mid-channel, drama by Sir A. W. Pinero. 
Criticism of. Graphic 80: 334(i). Sll,09. 
Production at St. James theatre, London. 111. Lond. 

N. 135: 350(i). Sll,09. 
Scenes from (pict\u-es). Graphic 80: 430, 452. 02,09. 
—111. Lond. N. 135: 468. 02,09. 
Middleton, George, playwright. 

See Man masterfm, The. 
Might is right, drama by Netta Syrett. 

Production at Haymarket theatre, London, Eng. 111. 

Lond. N. 135: 744(i). N20,09. 
Scene from (picture) Graphic 80: 738(i). N27,09. 
Miller, Henry, actor, 1859-. 

Portrait in The great divide. Am. M. 69: 110. N09. — 
Graphic 80: 334. Si 1,09. 
Millocker, Carl, composer. 
See Lightning girl, The. 
See Poor Jonathan. 
Minstrels and minstrelsy. 

Evolution of minstrelsy. A. Gillespie. G. Bk. Al- 
bum 2: 754-62. O09. 
Minstrel's real names (list). G. Bk. Album 2: 761-2. 
O09. 
Mitchell, Julian. 

Portrait (with M. Gest). G. Bk. Album 2: 1104. D09 
Mizner, Wilson, dramatist. 

See Only law. The. 
Modjeska, Helena, actress, 1844-1909. 

Memoirs. Chap. I. pors. il. Cent. 79: 185-205 
D09. 
MoUusk or suffragette? drama by E. O. Cuppy. 

Text. il. Putnam's 7: 172-181 N09. 
Morality plays 

Jerome s The passing of the third floor back as a mod- 
em morality play. Outlook 93: 527(i). N6,09. 
Morin, Mme. Pilar, actress. 

Interview por. N. Y. Dram. 62: Dll,09. 15(i). 
Morris, Nina, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 119. O09. 
Motor girl. The, comic opera by J. Ekiwards, C: J. Camp- 
bell and R. M. Skinner. 
Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 543(i). O09. 
Moimtameers, The, comic opera by R. Somerville and G. 
Eden. 
Production at Savoy theatre, London, il. Graphic 
80: 480(4). 09,09.-111. Lond. N. 135: 512(J). 
09,09. 
Moving picttires. 

Better plays since the censorship of the People's Insti- 
tute. Lit. D. 39: 681-2. 023,09. 
The canned drama. How films are made. W. P. 

Eaton. Am. M. 68: 481-500. S09. 
Possibilities of. il. Cur. Lit. 47: 554-7. N09. 
Narrow way. The, drama. 

The vulgarity of. Putnam's 7: 117-8. O09. 
Nation tmder arms. A, drama by B. S. Townroe. 

Brief summary, il 111. Lond. N. 135: 424. S25,09. 
Scene from (picture) as produced at Warrington. 
Graphic 80: 452. 02,09. 
Nigger, The, drama by E: Sheldon. 

Production at New theatre, N. Y City, D,1909. N. Y. 
Dram. 62: Dll,09. 5(J). 



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Noble Spaniard, The, comedy from the French of Grenet; 
Daucourt, by W: S. Maugham. 
Appreciation of. World today 17: 1137(i). N09. 
Criticism. Forum 42: 439(i). N09. 
Description of. il. Met. M. 31: 392-3. D09. 
Robert Edeson in. il. Van N. 6: 202-3. N09. 
Plot. il. Harp. W. 53:030.09. 24. 
Produced at Criterion theatre, N. Y. City, 820,1909. 
J. S. Metcalfe. Life 54: 476(i). 07,09.— N. Y. 
Dram. 62: 02,09. 7(1).— il. Theatre 10: 137, 160- 
1. N09. 
Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 48: 86. D09. 
Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 815, 824. D09. 
Noria, Jane, opera singer. 

Portrait. New Eng. M. 41: 144. O09. 
Nowak, Adelaide, actress. 

Portrait (with John Stokes) in The harvest moon. 
Theatre 10: 193. D09. 
Oaker, Jane (Mrs. Hale Hamilton), actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 633. O09.— Pearson (N. Y.) 
22: 500. O09. 
Old Dutch, musical farce by E. Smith and V. Herbert. 
Brief description of. J. S. Metcalfe Life 54: 854(i). 

D9,09. 
Production at Herald Square theatre, N. Y. City, 
N,1909. N. Y. Dram. 62: D4,09. 5(i) 
On the eve, drama by Dr. L. Kampf, adapted from the 
German by Martha Morton. 
Criticism. Forum 42: 440(i). N09. 
Description, il. Met. M. 31: 398-9. D09. 
Plot. il. Harp. W. 53: 023,09. 24. 
Production at Hudson theatre, N. Y. City, O 1909. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: 016,09. 5(J) — il. iTieatre 10: 
135, xii. N09. 
Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 818-20. D09. 
Only law. The, drama by W. Mizner and G: B. Howard. 
Condemned. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 506(i) O09. 
Criticism. Forvun 42: 360-1. O09. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 31: 126-7. O09. 
Production in N. Y. Van N. 6: 99. O09. 
Review. Hampton 23: 542 (^). O09. 
Sketch of production. C. Pollock. G. Bk. Album 2: 

777-9 O09 
Synopsis of. Mtmsey 42: 248-53. N09. 
Opera. 

Educational influence of the opera. H. T. Finck. 

Etude 28: 731-2. N09. 
Grand opera at popvdar prices. World today 17: 

1017-8. O09. 
Kloss, Erich. Richard Wagner an seine Kflnstler (re- 
view). Nation 89: 364-5. 014,09. 
Librettists and librettos. M.Isaacs. Fonim 42: 333-43. 

O09. 
Price of prima donna fame. W: Armstrong, por. Suc- 
cess 12: 792-4, 825-6. D09. 
Sensational plots of grand opera. G. A. Ourand. 
il. Bookman 30: 230-5. N09. 
Opera in America. 

Boston. Democratic opera, il. Lit. D. 39: 772-3. N6,09. 
Boston, Grand opera in. il. Mus. Cour. 59: N 13,09. 

26-27. 
Boston. New opera house. Lit. D. 39: 531(i). 02,09. 
Boston. The new opera and its meaning. E. D. 

Jordan, il. New Eng. M. 41: 138-49. 009. 
New York City. Cheap opera scorned. Lit. D. 39: 

837-8. N 13,09. 
New York city. Mr Hammerstein's new venttire. 

pors. L. Oilman. Harp. W. 53: 09,09. 27. 
New York city. Opening of the opera season, 1909-10. 
L. Oilman. Harp. W. 53: N20.09, 09. 25.— il. 
Theatre 10: 114-6, viii. O09. 
New York city. Opening of the season, 1909-10, at 
Manhattan opera house, il. Theatre 10: 201-2 
D09. 
New York city. Plans for coming season. N. Music R. 

9: 17-9. D09.— il. R. of Rs. 40: 587-93. N09. 
New York city. Prospectus for season of 1909-10, 
Metropolitan opera house. Mus. Cour. 59: S29,09. 
28, 29. 



Opera in America — continued. 

New York city. Season of 1909-10. Pearson (N. Y.) 

22: 804-5. D09. 
New York city. At the two opera houses, il. Theatre 

10: 138-9, xvii. N09. 
Philadelphia. The opera season of 1909-10. J. M. 
Rogers. Bk. News 28: 159-61. N09. 
Opera in Europe. 

London. Carl Rosa Opera Company in Covent Garden. 

Graphic 80: 622(i). N6,09. 
London. Season of 1909. Mimsey 42: 146-7. O09. 
Opp, Julie (Mrs. W: A. Faversham), actress, 187 1-. 
Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 633. O09. 
Portrait as Mariamne in Herod. Theatre 10: 167. D09. 
Outdoor plays. See Macbeth, Mme. Maeterlinck's presen- 
tation. 
Outpost, The, drama by J. F. J. Archibald. 

Production at the Criterion theatre, N. Y. City. 
Harriet Quimby. Les. W. 109: 414(i). 028,09. 
Passing of the third floor back, The, drama by J. K. 
Jerome. 
Appreciation of. Lit. D. 39: 629. 016,09. 
Brief summary. Putnam's 7: 377. D09. — World today 

17: 1135(i). N09. 
Criticism. Forum 42: 440-1. O09.— C. Pollock. 
G. Bk. Album 2: 1265-7. D09.— Nation 89: 335(i). 
07,09. 
Descriptive sketch, il. Indep. 67: 1121-3. N18,09. 
As played by Mr. Forbes-Robertson. A. Ruhl. Col- 
lier's 44: 030,09. 24(i). 
Production at Maxine Elliott's theatre, N. Y. City, 
O 1909. Harriet Quimby. Les. W. 109: 390(i). 
021,09.— N. Y. Dram. 62: 016,09. 5(i).— il. 
Theatre 10: 133-5. N09. 
Purpose of. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 54: 516(J). 014,09. 
Scenes from (pictures). Harp. W. 53: 030,09. 24.— 

Les. W. 109: 629. D23,09. 
Its strength. A. Klauber. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 797- 

800. D09. 
Synopsis. Hampton 23: 819(i). D09. 
Patterson, Joseph Medill, dramatist. 

See Fotirth estate. The. 
Patton, W. B., actor. 

Portrait as Theodore B. Heddington in The Blockhead. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: 09,09. 4(i). 
Phillips, Stephen, dramatist, 1868-. 

Poetry and gold. Brief review of works. Collier's 44: 

N27,09. 9(i). 
See Herod. 
Pigeon, Ed., actor. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 2: 895. N09. 
Pin and the pudding, The, drama by B. White. 

Scene from. Graphic 80: 334. 511,09. 
Pitou, Mrs. A: Jr. See Coghlan, Gertrude Eveljm. 
Poor Jonathan, operetta by C. Millocker. 

Production at Irving Place theatre, N. Y. City, O 1909. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: 030,09. 5(i). 
Porter, Olive, dramatist. 

See Ringmaster, The. 
Post, Guy Bates, actor, 1875-. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 2: 890. N09. 
Proud prince, The, drama by J. H. McCarthy. 

Production at Lycexim theatre, London. Graphic 80: 
334. (i). Sll,09.— 111. Lond. N. 135: 382(i). 
Sll,09. 
Scene from (picture). Graphic 80: 392. S25,09. 
Pruette, William, opera singer. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 391. 021,09. 
Portrait as Colonel Kasimir Popoff in The chocolate 
soldier Theatre 10: 159. N09. 
Rachel (Elisa F61ix), actress, 1821-58. 

Rachel in America. C. De Kay. il. Cent. 79: 79-84. 
N09. 
Rachmaninoff, Sergei, composer. 

Portrait. R. of Rs. 40: 592. N09. 
Ragged crowd. A, comedy by E. von Wolzogen. 

Production at Irving Place theatre, N. Y. City, O 1909. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: 023,09. 5(i). 
Ramfis, costume picture. 
See Scott, Henr 



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Reicher, Hedwig, actress. 

To appear on English-speaking stage, por. Am. 

M. 68: 629-30. O09. 
Portrait. Cur. Lit. 47: 438. O09. — Munsey 42: 

446. D09.— Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 502. O09.— 

Theatre 10: 107. O09.— World today 17: 1136. 

N09. 
Portrait in On the eve. Everybody's 21: 831. D09. 
Reid, Florence, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: O09.— Theatre 10: 128. O09. 
Portrait as Baroness Treszka in The gay huzzars. 

Munsey 42: 138. O09.— Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 504. 

O09. 
Renaud, Maurice, opera singer. 

Portrait as Herod in Herodiade. Harp. W. 53: D4,09. 

25.— Theatre 10: 1. D09. 
Revelers, The, drama by C: J. Richman. 

Production at Maxine Elliott's theatre, N. Y. city. 

Harriet Quimby. Les. W. 109: 318(i). S30,09. 

—J. S. Metcalfe. Life 54: 413(i). S23,09.— Thea- 
tre 10: xiii. O09. , 
Richman, Charles T., actor and dramatist, 1870-. 

See Revellers, The. 
Rienzi, opera by R: Wagner. 

Production at Lyric Theatre, London. 111. Lond. 

N. 135: 318(i). S4,09. 
Right about! farce by H. Gaus. 

Production at Irving Place theatre, N. Y. city, N1909. 

N. Y. Dram. 62: D4,09. 5, 7. 
Rinehart, Mary Roberts, dramatist. 

See Seven days. 
Ringmaster, The, drama by Olive Porter and F. W. 

van Praag. 
Criticism. Fortmi 42: 360(i). O09.— Munsey 42: 

253-4. N09. 
Notice of production at Maxine Elliott's theatre, 

N. Y. C. Pollock. G. Bk. Album 2: 780-1. O09. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 31: 124-5. O09 
Scenes from (pictures). Theatre 10: 123. O09. 
Synopsis. Hampton 23: 544(i). O09. 
Robertson, Beatrice Forbes-, actress. 

Portrait. Bvurr Mc. 21; D09. 
Robertson, Johnston Forbes-, actor, 1853-. 

Appreciation of. World's work 19: 12207-8. N09. 
A great English actor. World's work 19: 12207^8. 

N09. 
Interview with. por. Munsey 42: 134-9. O09. 
Notes about, pors. P. Burton. Strand (N. Y.) 

38: 270-1. O09. 
In The passing of the third floor back. por. Am. 

M. 68: 628(i). O09.— por. Lit. D. 39: 629. 016, 

09.— Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 799 (i). D09.— por. 

Theatre 10: 133. N09. 
Portrait. Cur. Lit. 47: 675. D09. — Hampton 23: 

820. D09.— Les. W. 109: 510. N25,09.— Theatre 

10: 200. D09.— World's work 19: 12184. N09. 
Portrait as Caesar. Overland n. s. 53,90. F09. 
Portrait as Hamlet. 111. Lond. N. 135: 611. 030,09. 
Portrait as the Passer-by in The passing of the third 

floor back. Everybody's 21: 671. N09. — Put- 
nam's 7: 378. D09. 
Portrait as Shylock. Theatre 10: 103. O09. 
Robson, Eleanor Elise, actress, 1880-. 
Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 661. N09. 
Portrait as Glad in The dawn of a tomorrow. Canad. 

M. 33: 439. S09.— Woman's Home C. 36: O09. 

54(J). 
Rose of Algeria, The, comic opera by V. Herbert and G. 

MacDonough. 
Description, il. Met. M. 31: 268-9. N09. 
Production at Herald Square theatre, N. Y. City. 

T. S. Metcalfe. Life 54: 477(i). 07,09.— N. Y. 

"Dram. 62:02,09. 7a).— Theatre 10: v, xiv-v. 

N09. 
Scene from (picture). Les. W. 109: 391. 021,09: 

109: 415. 028,09. 
Rosmunda, drama by G. Ventura. 

Full text of smallest play ever written. Theatre 10: 

188(J). D09. 
Ross, Adrien, composer. 
See Dollar princess. The. 



Roswitha, dramatist, 936-973? 

A tenth centtiry dramatist. A Kemp-Welch. 19th 

Cent. 66: 814-26. N09. 
Rubens, Paul, composer. 

See Dear little Denmark. 
Rudersdorff, Mme. Erminia, opera singer, 1822-? 
How a locomotive helped a prima donna. S. Fiske. 

il. Theatre 10: 197-8. D09. 
Russell, Henry. 

Director Boston opera house, por. Hampton 23: 

854. p09.— Portrait. New Eng. M. 41: 139. O09. 
Russell, Lillian, actress, 1861-. 

In the widow's might, por. Theatre 10: 148. N09. 

— Her gowns in The widow's might, il. Van N. 

6: 201-3. N09. 
Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 84. D09.— Harp. W. 53: 

N6,09. 14.— N. Y. Dram. 62: S25,09. 4(i). 
Russo, Dominico, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 10; 114. O09. 
Sacchetto, Rita, dancer. 

Appreciation, pors. Putnam's 7: 186-91. N09. 
Munich's famous dancer, pors. Theatre 10: 172-3. 

D09. 
Portrait. Theatre 10: 138. N09. 
Schiller, Mrs. Max. See Guilbert, Yvette. 
Scott, Henri, opera singer. 

As High Priest in Aida. por. Theatre 10: 114. O09. 
Portrait as Ramfis in Aida. Mus. Cour. 59: S29,09. 

29(i). 
Septimus, drama by P. Littell, founded on novel by 

W: J. Locke. 
Contrasted with W. T. Locke's novel. J. S. Metcalfe. 

Life 54: 854(§). D9,09. 
Production at Hackett theatre, N. Y. city, N,1909. 

N. Y. Dram. 62: D4,09. 5(J). 
Seven days, drama by Mary R. Rinehart and A. Hop- 
wood. 
Plot. il. Harp. W. 53: N27,09. 25. 
Production at Astor theatre, N. Y. city, N,09. J. S. 

Metcalfe. Life 54: 473 (i). N25,09.— Theatre 10: 

XV, xvii. D09. 
Seymovu", Laura, actress. 

Her career and her associations with C: Reade. L. 

Orr. por. Munsey 42: 430-4. D09. 
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. 

Albright, Victor E. The Shakesperean stage (review). 

Bk. News 28: 287-8. D09. 
Drawing showing W: Shakespeare in character of 

Adam in As you like it, at Globe theatre, London, 

Eng. 111. Lond. N. 135: 541. 016,09. 
Robertson, J: M. Montaigne and Shakespeare (review). 

Sat. R. 108: 535-6. 030,09. 
The Shakespeare allusion-book, (review). Sat. R. 

108: 569-70. N6,09. 
The Shakespeare discoveries. Liv. Age 263: 432-5. 

N13,09. 
Shakespeare in France. Sat. R. 108: 315-6, 407, 436- 

7. Sll, 02, 9,09. 
Is Shakespeare self-revealed? E. Dowden. Contemp. 

96: 542-61. N09. 
Swinburne, A. C:. Three plajrs of Shakespeare, (re- 
view). F. G. Bettany. Bkman (London) 37: 

50-1. O09. 
Tannenbaxim, S: A. Was Shakespeare a gentleman? 

(review). Nation 89: 286-7. S23,09. 
Twain, Mark. Is Shakespeare dead? Critical notice. 

Spectator, 103: 716 (§). N6,09. 
See Antony and Cleopatra. 
See King Lear. 
See Macbeth. 
Shaw, George Bernard, dramatist, 1856-. 

Chesterton, G. K. George Bernard Shaw (review). 

Bibliophile 4: 44. S09.— Nation 89: 375-6. 021, 

09. 
Portrait (in group). McClure 34: 8. N09. 
Sketch. Lit. D. 39: 631-2. 016,09. 
See Showing up of Blanco Posnet, The. 
Showing up of Blanco Posnet, The, drama by G: B. Shaw. 
Note on the trial scene. Green Bag 21: 537-8. O09. 
Scene from (picttire). 111. Lond. N. 135: 330. S4,09. 



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Shubert, Jacob J., manager. 

Portrait. Everybody's 21: 666. N09. 
Shubert, Lee, manager New theatre, 1875-. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 21 : D09.— Cur. Lit. 47: 672. D09. 
— Everybody's 21: 666. N09. 
Siddons, Mrs. Sarah Kemble, actress, 1765-1831. Parsons, 
Mrs. Clement. 
The incomparable Siddons. (review), por. F. G. 
Bettany. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 164-5. D09. Sat. R. 
108: 665. N27,09. 
Silver star, The, musical comedy by H. B. Smith and 
others. 
Production at New Amsterdam theatre, N. Y. city, 
N,1909. N. Y. Dram. 62: N13,09. 7(i).— Theatre 
10: XV (i). D09. 
Sins of society, The, drama by C. Raleigh and H: Hamil- 
ton. 
Criticism. Forum 42: 362-3. O09. 
Description. A. Ruhl. Collier's 44: N6,09. 24(i). , 
Production at New York theatre, N. Y, city, Ag, 1909. 
Les. W. 109: 299(i). S23,09.— N. Y. Dram. 62: 
Sll,09. 5(i).— Theatre 10: xiv-v. O09. 
Scene from (picture). Les. W. 109: 274. 816,09. 
Sir Walter Raleigh, drama by W: Devereux. 

Description, il. Graphic 80: 534-6 023,09. 
Production at Lyric theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 

136: 582. 023,09. 
Scenes from (pictures). 111. Lond. N. 136: 646. N6, 
09. 
Slezak, Leo, opera singer, 1874-. 

Portrait. R. of Rs. 40: 588. N09.— Theatre 10: 
138. N09. 
Smith, drama by W: S. Maugham. 

Praise of. Graphic 80: 480(i). 09,09. 
Scenes from (picttxres) as produced at the Comedy 
theatre, London. Graphic 80: 574. 030,09. 
Smith, H. B., dramatist, 1860-. 

See Silver star. The. 
Smith, Mrs. Sol, actress. 

Portrait. Btur Mc. 21: D09. 
Smyth, Ethel, composer. 

Her work in The wreckers. Munsey 42: 147(J.) O09. 
Somerville, Reginald, composer. 

See Mountaineers, The. 
Sothem, Edward Hugh, actor, 1869-. 

Portrait. Am. M. 69: 106. N09.— Burr Mc. 21; 
D09.— Les. W. 109: 510. N25,09.— Munsey 42: 
436. D09.— Outlook 93: 403. 023,09. 
Spain, Elsie, actress. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 468. 02,09. 
Portrait as Clarice in The mountaineers. 111. Lond. 
N. 135: 512. 09,09. 
Springtime, drama by B. Tarkington and H. L. Wilson. 
Description. A. Ruhl. il. Collier's 44: N6,09. 
23(f).— Harriet Quimby. Les. W. 109: 439. N4, 
09. 
Plot. il. Harp. W. 53: N20,09. 24. 
Production at Liberty theatre, N. Y. city, O1909. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: 030,09. 5(i).— Theatre 10: 170, 
186, xiii. D09.— il. Van N. 6: 321. D09. 
Stahl, Rose, actress, 1875-. 

Portrait. Am. M. 69: 111. N09.— Burr Mc. 20: 
N09— Theatre 10: 168 D09 
Stange, Stanislaus, dramatist. 

See Chocolate soldier. The. 
Starr, Frances, actress, 1886-. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: O09.— Canad. M. 33: 437. 
S09.— Cosmopol. 47: 762. N09.— Munsey 42: 246. 
N09. 
Starrell, Marguerite, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 20: N09. 
Starska, Edda, opera singer. 

Portrait. Graphic 80: 384. 818,09. 
Stock companies. (See oiso Opera companies; Theatre.) 
New York city. The New theatre company, pors. 
Btut Mc. 21: D09. 6p. 
Stokes, John, actor. 

Portrait with Adelaide Nowak in The harvest moon. 
Theatre 10: 193. D09 



Strife, drama by J: Galsworthy. 

Criticism. Nation 89: 520-1. N26,09. 

Production at New theatre, N. Y. city, N,1909. il. 

Lit. D. 39: 1013(f). D4,09.— N. Y. Dram. 

62: N27,09. 6(f). 
Viewed as a series of episodes. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 

54: 855(f). D9,09. 
Such a little queen, drama by C. Pollock. 
Criticism, Forum 42: 361-2. O09. 
Criticism of N. Y. production, il. Van N. 6: 200. 

N09. 
Description. A. Ruhl. il. Collier's 44: N6,09. 23- 

4. 
Note of. Harriet Quimby. il. Les. W. 109: 274. 

816,09. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 31: 262-3. N09. 
Plot. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 663-4. N09.— il. Harp. 

W. 53: 030,09. 24.— and excerpts from il. Cur. 

Lit. 47: 543-60. N09. 
Production at Hackett theatre, N, Y. city. J. S. 

Metcalfe. Life 54: 379(f). 816,09.— N. Y. Dram. 

62:511,09. 5(f).— il. Theatre 10: 103-4, 109. O09. 
Synopsis, il. Hampton 23: 693, 699. N09. 
Sutro, Alfred, dramatist. 

See Builder of bridges. The. 
Sylva, Mme. Marguerite, opera singer. 

As Carmen, por. Theatre 10: 114. O09. 
Portrait. R. of Rs. 40: 590. N09. 
Portrait as Carmen. Harp. W. 53: 09,09. 27. 
Portrait as Tosca. Putnam's 7: 254. N09. 
Syrett, Netta, dramatist. 

See Might is right. 
Taliaferro, Mabel(Mrs. F: Thompson), actress, 1887-. 
Portrait. Munsey 42: 247. N09.— Pearson (N. Y.) 

22: 800. D09.— Theatre 10: 129. O09. 
With Gilbert Steele in Springtime, por. Harp. W. 

53: N20,09. 24. 
Tallman, George, actor. 

Portrait as the Major in The chocolate soldier. 

Theatre 10: 169. N09. 
Tell-tale heart. The, dramatization of E. A. Poe's story by 

R. B. Kegerreis. 
Production at Daly's theatre, N. Y. city. 81909. 

N. Y. Dram. 62: 825,09. 7(f). 
Terry, Ellen Alice, actress, 1848-. 

Four-hundred-year old cottage in Kent where Ellen 

Terry lives in the summertime, il. Craftsman 

17: 58-66. O09. 
Theatre. 

Business side of the theatre. H. Davis. Everybody's 

21: 665-74. N09. 
The girl and the stage. C. B. Davis, il. Collier's 

44: 023,09, 21-2, 26-8, 30-1. 
Good and bad effects of mental suggestion in the 

theatre. Cur. Lit. 47: 550-1. N09. 
Theatre in America. 

Amusements in Old New York. M. R. 8. Theatre 

10: 146, 148. N09. 
Season of 1909-10. Am. M. 68-.- 624-32. O09.— 

A. Ruhl. il. Collier's 44: 023,09. 14. 
Upward trend of the theatre in America. Cur. Lit. 

47: 673-6. D09. 
Theatre buildings. 

Boston. Boston opera house, il. plan. Brickb. 18: 

235. N09. 
Chili. Valparaiso; Victoria theatre. W. Arch. 14: 

O09. 
London. Globe playhouse of Skakespeare. Picture 

of theatre and of tablet just placed on site. Graphic 

80: 478. 09,09. 
London. Globe theatre. Unveiling of tablet to 

mark site. il. Lit. D. 39: 630-1 016,09. 
London. Globe theatre. Views for determining 

where it stood. 111. Lond. N. 135: 500. 09,09, 
New York city. Bronx theatre, il. Arch, and 

B. M. 42: 60-4. N09. 

New York city. Comedy theatre, il. Arch. & 
B. M. 42: 26-9. O09. 

New York city. Comedy theatre (picture of). Thea- 
tre 10: 146. N09. 



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C: L. Hertzman. G. Bk. Album 



Theatre buildings — continued. 

New York city. The New theatre. Description, il. 

Graphic 80: 602. N6.09.— W: L. Phelps. Indep. 

67: 957-62. 028,09.— Harriet Quimby. Les. W. 

109: 501. N25,09.— il. Theatre 10: 194-6. D09. 
New York city. The New theatre. Plans to correct 

some faults of otu- stage. W. Ames. il. Collier's 

44: 023,09. 17-9. 
New York city. The new theatre. Views of (pic- 
tures). Harp. W. 53: N6,09. 18-9. 
St. Louis. Mo. Columbia theatre remodelled, il. 

W. Arch. 14: 33. O09. 
Theatre in Europe. 

England. Getting into London theatres. Lit. 

39: 728(1). 030,09. 
England. Going to the play in London. R. 

Davis, il. Collier's 44: 023,09. 15. 
England. The stage in the time of Elizabethan drama. 

Scrib. M. 46: 505.-6. O09. 
France. Customs of. C: Frohman. G. Bk. Album 

2: 1039-43. N09. 
Theatre. History. 

The new drama and the new theatre, W. Archer. 

il. McClure 34: 3-16. N09. 
The dramatist and the theatre. B. Matthews, il. 

Cent. 79: 3-19. N09. 
Theatre in Japan. 

Account of. G: Cleveland. G. Bk. Albtmi 2: 827- 

33. O09. 
Theatre. Stage. 
Idioms of the stage. 

2: 1223-7. D09. 
Theatres in America. (See abo Theatre Buildings). 
New York city. The New theatre. M. J. Moses. 

Bk. News. 28: 87-91. O09.— Indep. 67: 957-62. 

028,09.— Nation 89: 466-7. Nll.09.— il. Outlook 

93: 395-406. 023,09.— R. of Rs. 40: 539(i). N09. 
New York city. The New theatre. Brief notice. 

il. Putnam's 7: 380. D09. 
New York city. The New theatre. Class of productions 

at. Lit. D. 39: 479-80. S25,09. 
New York city. The New theatre and its coming 

plays. Am. M. 68: 623-4. O09. 
New York city. The New theatre, Criticism levelled 

at. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 54: 742(i). N25,09. 
V York city. The New theatre literary mail. 
Bookman 30: 338-9. D09. 
The New theatre, or a national 

theatre? M.'J- Moses. Bk. News 28: 87-91.009. 
New York city. The New theatre Opening of. 

Life 54: 585(i). 028,09.— N. Y. Dram. 62: N13, 

09. 5-6.— Theatre 10: ii, iv. D09. 
New York city. The New theatre and its purpose. 

Outlook 93: 613-5. N20,09. 
New York city. The New theatre and its season's 

plans. V. N. Harwood. G. Bk. Album 2: 1055-9. 

N09. 
New York city. The New Theatre and what it stands 

for. il. Colliers 24: N27,09. 10(i). 
New York city. The New theatre and stock com- 
pany. G: J. Nathan, il. Burr Mc. 21: D09. 6p. 
New York city. New-theatre company. The. Group 

picture at dinner. G. Bk. Album. 2: 1094. D09. 
Theatres in Europe. 

England. Haymarket theatre, London. Under the 
directorship of Mr. Herbert Trench. Spectator 

103: 408-9. S18,09. 
England. National Shakespeare memorial theatre. 

Letter by G. Murray. Spectator 103: 783(i) 

N13,09. 
Scotland. Repertory theatre in Grlasgow. Nation 

89: 467(i). Nll,09. 
Thomas, Augustus, dramatist. 

See Harvest moon. The. 
Thompson, Mrs. W. H., See Irving, Isabel. 
Tree, Sir Herbert Beerbohm, actor-manager, 1853-. 
Career of. pors. A. Klauber. Theatre 10: 120-4. 

O09. 
Portrait as Beethoven. Graphic 80: 705, N27,09. 

—111. Lond. N. 135: 749, N27,09. 



New York city. 
G. J. Nathan. 
New York city. 



Tree — continued. 

Portrait as the High priest in False gods, Graphic 

80: 392. S25,09.— III. Lond. N. 135: 423. S25,09. 

Portrait (in group) as Svengali in Trilby, III. Lond. 

N. 135: 720. N20,09. 
His work and the knighting of. Munsey 42: 148(i). 
O09. 
Truesdell, Mrs. Frederick. See Hall Laura Nelson. 
Two women and that man, drama by H : D Carey. 
Characterization of. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 54: 585(i). 

028,09. 
Production at Majestic theatre, N. Y. city. O1909. 
N. Y. Dram. 62: 030,09. 5(i)— Theatre 10: xvii- 
viii. D09. 
Waller, Lewis, actor. 

Portrait as Sir Walter Raleigh. 111. Lond. N. 135: 
540. 016,09. 
Walter-Villa, Mme., opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 115. O09. 
Walton, Florence, actress 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 2: 1112. D09. 
Warfield, David, actor, 1865-. 

Financial success, por. Am. M. 69: 268-9 (i). D09. 
Portrait (with D. Belasco). G. Bk. Album 2: 1093. 
D09. 
Warner, H. B., actor. 

Portrait. Everybody's 21: 826. D09. 
Wasps, The, comedy by Aristophanes. 

Production at Cambridge vmiversity. Spectator 103: 
946(§) D4,09. 
Weber, Joseph, actor, 1867-. 

Portraits. G. Bk. Album. 2: 874-5. N09. 
Wendell, Jacob, Jr., actor. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 21: D09.— N. Y. Dram. 62: 
N6,09. 3(i). 
Whip, The, drama by C. Raleigh and H: Hamilton. 

Production at Drury Lane. il. Graphic 80: 366, 
368-9. S18,09.— II. Lond. N. 135: 386(i). S18,09. 
Scenes from (pictures). 111. Lond. N. 135: 512. 09, 
09. 
White Sister, The, drama by F. M. Crawford andW, 
Hackett. 
Criticism. Hampton 23; 823(i). D09. 
Production at Daly's theatre, N. Y. city, S1909. Harriet 
Quimby. Les W. 109: 370(J). 014,09 —J. S. 
Metcalfe. Life 54: 516(^). 014,09. — N. Y. Dram. 
62: 09,09. 6 (i) —Theatre 10: 136, 164. N09.— il. 
Van N. 6: 318-9. D09. 
Whitford, Annabelle, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 47: 770. N09. 
Widow's might, The, drama by E. Day. 

Description of. il. Met. M. 31:402. D09. 
Production at Liberty theatre N. Y. city, S1909. 
Harriet Quimby. Les. W. 109; 318(i). S30,09. — 
N. Y. Dram. 62: S25,09. 7(i).— Theatre 10: xiii- 
iv. N09. 
Williams, Hattie. actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 109: 247. S9,09. 109: 391. 

021,09. 
Portrait as Athole in Detective Sparkes. Theatre 
10: 180. D09. 
Winant, Forrest, actor and playwright. 
Portrait. G. Bk. Album. 2: 886. N09. 
His work in The only law. Munsey 42: 253 (J). N09. 
Workman, C. Herbert, actor. 1873-. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 135: 330. S4,09; 135: 468. 

02,09. 
Portrait as Pierre in The moimtaineers. 111. Lond. N. 
135: 512. 09,09. 
Wright, Haidee, actress. 

As the Painted lady in The passing of the third floor 

back. por. Theatre 10; 135. N09. 
Stage history. A. Klauber. Pearson (N. Y.) 22: 
800(i). D09. 
Zerola, Nicola, opera singer. 

Portrait. Harp. W. 53: 09,09. 27.— Theatre 10: 

115. O09. 
Portrait as Rhadames in Aida. Theatre 10: 174. 
D09. 



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There has been published a new kind of index, 
and one which will be most useful to all libraries, 
and invaluable to dramatic critics and every one 
interested in the stage and its players. The 
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have been reviewed or described. New books 
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INDEX TO REFERENCE LISTS PUBLISHED BY LIBRARIES, J909. 

Compiled by the Providence (R. I.) Public Library. 
♦The following subjects have been treated in reference lists published by libraries during 1909. 



Africa, Language. List of Grammars, Dictionaries, etc., 

of the Languages of Africa in the New York Public 

Library. New York Public Library, Bulletin, Aug., 

1909. 
Agriculture. Carnegie Library [Homestead, Pa.] Bul- 
letin, Vol. 2, No. 6, 1909. 
. University of the State of New York [Albany, 

N. Y.] New York Libraries, Oct., 1909. 
Alaska- Yukon-Pacific Exposition. Osterhout Free 

Library [Wilkes-Barr6, Pa.] Bulletin, April, 1909. 
. Wilmington Institute Free Library [Wilmington, 

Del.] Bulletin, June, 1909. 
Anthropology, Finding List of. Virginia State Library 

[Richmond, Va.] Bulletin, J\ily, 1909. 
Architecture, Gothic. Croydon [Eng.] Public Libraries 

Reader's Index, Sept.-Oct., 1909. 
Arctic and Antarctic Explorations. Arctic and Antarctic 

Regions. Salem [Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, 

Oct., 1909. 
. Arctic Exploration. Wilmington Institute [Wil- 
mington, Del.] Bulletin, Oct., 1909. 
. Nottingham [Eng.] Free Public Libraries 

Bulletin, Nov., 1909. 
. North Pole. Works Describing the More Recent 

Expeditions to the North Pole. Finsbury [Eng.] 

Public Libraries Quarterly Guide for Readers, Oct., 

1909. 
. Polar Explorations. Otis Library [Norwich, Conn. 

Co-operative Bulletin, Oct., 1909. 
. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library Monthly 

Bulletin, Oct., 1909. 
. San Francisco [Cal. ] Public Library Monthly 

Bulletin, Oct., 1909. 
. Somerville [Mass.] Public Library Library 

Bulletin, July-Sept., 1909. 
Arms and Armor. Finsbury [Eng.] Public Libraries 

Quarterly Guide for Readers, April, 1909. 
Art, Italian. Italian Art from the Renaissance Period 

to Modem Times. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library 

Monthly Bulletin, Oct., 1909. 
. Madonna in Art. Osterhout Free Library [Wilkes- 

Barr6, Pa.] Bulletin, Dec, 1909. 
Artists Represented in Thirteenth Annual Exhibition, 

Carnegie Institute. List of References. Carnegie 

Library [Pittsburgh, Ta.] Monthly Bulletin, May, 1909. 
Arts, Useful. Haverhill [Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, 

Dec. 1908. 
. Haverhill [Mass.] Bulletin, Nov., 1909. 



Asia, Language. List of Grammars, Dictionaries, etc., of 
the Languages of Asia in the New York Public Library. 
New York Public Library Bulletin, May-July, 1909. 

Automobiles New York Public Library [Circulation 
Department] Monthly List of Additions, Jan., 1909. 

Bibliographies. Subject bibliographies appearing regu- 
larly in periodicals. Bulletin of Bibliography, Jmy, 
1909, and following. 

Biographies. List of Entertaining Biographies. Trenton 
[N. J.] Public Library Bulletin, June, 1909. 

of Famous Italian Women. Library Association 

of Portland [Portland, Ore.] Bulletin, Oct., 1909. 

Birds. Fitchburg [Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, 
Jime-Nov., 1909. 

Blmd, Books for the. California State Library [Sacra- 
mento, Cal.] Finding List Supplement, 1908. 

Book Plates. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library Monthly 
Bulletin, March, 1909. 

Bouquet, Henry, Colonel, Expeditions of, to the Ohio 
country, 1763 and 1764. Carnegie Library [Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.] Monthly Bulletin, Dec, 1909. 

Boston. Salem [Mass.] Public 'LihTary Bulletin, Nov., 1909. 

Boys. Boys and Girls, Reading for. Newton [Mass.] 
Free Library Bulletin, May, 1909. 

. Books for Practical Boys. Public Library of the 

District of Coltombia [Washington, D. C] Monthly 
Bulletin, Oct., 1909. 

. List of Reading for those working withBoys, in 

Clubs, Playgrounds, etc. Osterhout Free Library 
[Wilkes-Barr6, Pa.] Bulletin, June, 1909. 

, Work with. Springfield [Mass.] City Library 

Bulletin, Dec, 1909. 
See also Children. 

California. Discovery of San Francisco Bay by Portola 
and early Spanish Exploration in California. San 
Francisco [Cal.] Public Library Bulletin, Sept., 1909. 

Child Labor. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library. Monthly 
Bulletin, May, 1909. 

Children, Bedtime Reading for; A List for Mothers. 
Carnegie Library [Pittsburgh, Pa.] Monthly Bulletin, 
Dec, 1908. 

. Children's Stories, Novels and Short Stories, 1908- 

09, Approved by the Library Committee. Connecti- 
cut Library Committee [Hartford, Conn.] Public 
Library Document, No. 4, 1909. 

. Fme Editions of Children's Books. Wisconsin Free 

Library Commission [Madison, Wis.] Bulletin, Jan.- 
Feb., 1909. 



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Children — (continued) . 

. Helps in Library Work with Children. Connecti- 
cut Public Library Committee [Hartford, Conn.] 
Public Library Document, No. 3, 1909. 

. Picture Books for Children. Minnesota Public 

Library Commission [St. Paul, Minn.] Library Notes 
and News, March, 1909. 

. Twenty-five Books for Children from 5 to 1 1 years. 

Twenty- five Books for Children from 11 to 16 years. 
Wisconsin Free Library Commission [Madison, Wis.] 
Bulletin, July-Aug., 1909. 

. What Children in New York Schools Read. Salem 

[Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, March, 1909. 
Chopin, FrM6ric Franfois. St. Louis [Mo.] Public 
Library Monthly Bulletin, March, 1909. 

. Salem [Mass.] Public LihraTy Bulletin, March, 1909. 

Christmas, Reading List on. St. John [N. B.] Free 

Public Library Bulletin No. 5, March, 1909. 
Civics, Suggested Outline for Study Clubs. Wisconsin 
Free Library Commission [Madison, Wis.] Bulletin, 
Nov.-Dec, 1909. 
Coal and Iron. Nottingham [Eng.] Free Public Libra- 
ries Bulletin, Aug., 1909. 
Comets. Hyde Park [Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, 

Oct.-Dec, 1909. 
Corrosion. Metal Corrosion and Protection. Carnegie 
Library [Pittsburgh, Pa..] Monthly Bulletin, July, 1909. 
Cost of living. Fitchburg, [Mass.] Public Librarv 

Bulletin, Dec-Jan., 1909-10. 
Costume. Finsbury [Eng.] Public Libraries Quarterly 

Guide for Readers, Jan., 1909. 
Country Life. Springfield [Mass.] City Library Bulletin, 

Jan., 1909. 
Crawford, Francis Marion. Croydon [Eng.] Public Libra- 
ries Reader's Index, May-June, 1909. 

. Salem [Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, May, 1909. 

D'arc, Jeanne. Salem [Mass. ]Public Library Bulletin, 

May, 1909. 
Darwin, Charles Robert. Public Library of the District 
of Columbia [Washington, D. C] Monthly Bulletin, 
March, 1909. 

. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, 

Feb., 1909. 

. Darwin and the Evolution Theory. Croydon 

[Eng.] Public Libraries Reader's Index, March- 
April, 1909. 
Design and Ornament. Public Library of the District 
of Columbia [Washington, D. C] Monthly Bulletin, 
Nov., 1908. 
Electricity. Nottingham [Eng.] Free Public Libraries 

Bulletin, Aug., 1909. 
Essays. Library Association of Portland [Portland, 

Ore.] Bulletin, Sept., 1909. 
Fiction. Continental Travel and History in Fiction. 
Croydon [Eng.] Public Libraries Reader's Index, May- 
June, 1908. 

. Novels, Short Stories, and Children's Stories, '1908- 

09, Approved by the Library Committee. Connecticut 
Library Committee [Hartford, Conn.] Public Library 
Document, No. 4, 1909. 
. The Short Story. Wisconsin Free Library Com- 
mission [Madison, Wis.] Bulletin, March-April, 1909. 
Fishing and Fish Culture. New York Public Library 

Bulletin, April, 1909. 
Fitzgerald, Edward. Croydon [Eng.] Public Libraries 

Reader's Index, May-June, 1909. 
Flowers. Wild Flowers. Library Association of Port- 
land [Portland, Ore.] April, 1909. 
Free Trade, see Tariff. 

Fulton, Robert, Letters and Documents by, or Relating 
to. New York Public Library Bulletin, Sept., 1909. 

, List of Works Relating to. New York Public 

Library Bulletin, Sept., 1909. 
Furniture New York Public Library [Circulation De- 
partment] Monthly List of Additions, March, 1909. 

, Old and New. Springfield [Mass.] City Library 

Bulletin. Nov., 1909. 
Garbage and Refuse Disposal. Carnegie Library [Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.] Monthly Bulletin, Jan., 1909. 



Gardens and Gardening. Worcester [Mass. ] Free Public 

Library Bulletin, May, 1909. 
Geography, Finding List of. Virginia State Library 

[Richmond, Va.] Bulletin, July, 1909. 
. Use of the Library in Teaching Geography. Oregon 

Library Commission [Salem, Ore.] School Circular, 

No. 4, Aug., 1908. 
Gladstone, William Ewart. St. Louis [Mo.] Public 

Library Monthly Bulletin, Dec, 1909. 
Gothic Architecture, See Architecture, Gothic. 
Great Britain. Taxation and Land Values. Bromley 

[Eng.] Public Library Bulletin, Dec, 1909. 
Hale, Edward Everett. Brockton [Mass.] Public Library 

Bulletin, July-Sept., 1909. 
Harris, Joel Chandler, Articles about. Published since his 

Death. Carnegie Library [Atlanta, Ga.] Monthly 

Bulletin, June, 1909. 
Histories of Literary Charm. Library Association of 

Portland [Portland, Ore.] Bulletin, Dec, 1908. 
History, Finding List of (except American History). 

Virginia State Library [Richmond, Va.] Bulletin, 

Jan.-April, 1909. 
. Sixteenth Century. Evanston [111.] Public Library 

Special Bulletin, No. 30, June, 1909. 
Holmes, Oliver Wendell. Brockton [Mass.] Public 

Library Bulletin, July-Sept., 1909. 
. Cambridge [Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, May, 

1909. 
. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, 

Jvme, 1909. 
Hudson, Henry. New York Public Library Bulletin, 

Sept., 1909. 
Hudson-Fulton Celebration. Rockford [111.] Public Li- 
brary Bulletin, Oct., 1909. 
Hudson River, History of. New York Public Library 

Bulletin, Sept., 1909. 
Hungarian Literature List of Books in the Hungarian 

Language. New York Public Library [Circiuation 

Department] Monthly Ltst of Additions, July, 1909. 
Himtmg in Africa. Salem [Mass.] Public Library Bulle- 
tin, March, 1909. 
Hydrography, Finding List of. Virginia State Library 
Richmond, Va.] Bulletin, July, 1909. 
Ibsen, Henrik. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library Monthly 

Bulletin, Feb., 1909. 
Illumination, Works Relating to. New York Public 

Library Bulletin, Dec, 1908. 
Immigration. Indiana State Library [Indianapolis, Ind.] 

Bulletin, July, 1909. 
. Wisconsin Free Library Commission [Madison, Wis. 

American Social Questions, No. 2, Jan., 1909. 
Inaugurations, Presidential, Reading List on. Joliet 

[111.] Public Library Bulletin, Feb., 1909. 
Indiana Histories, List of. Indiana State Library 

[Indianapolis, Ind.] Bulletin, Nov., 1909. 
Jewelers, Books of Interest to. Attleborough [Mass.] 

Public Library Quarterly Bulletin, Aug., 1909. 
Joan of Arc. See D'arc, Jeanne. 
Johnson, Samuel. Bi-centenary. Nottingham [Eng.] 

Free Public Libraries Bulletin, Sept., 1909. 
Lawn Tennis. Library Association of- Portland [Port- 
land, Ore.] Bulletin, June, 1909. 
Letters and Diaries. Library Association of Portland 

[Portland, Ore.] Bulletin, Nov., 1909. 
Lincoln, Abraham. Parts 1-2. Cambridge [Mass. ] Pub- 
lic Library Bulletin, Feb.-March, 1909. 
. Decatur [111. ]Free Public Library Quarterly Bul- 
letin, Oct.-Dec, 1908. 
. Denver [Colo.] Public Library Bulletin, Feb., 

1909. 
. Fitchburg [Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, Dec- 
Jan., 1908-09. 

. Grand Rapids [Mich.] Public Library Bulletin, 

Jan., 1909. 

. Newton [Mass.] Free Public Library Bulletin, 

Jan., 1909. 

. St. Louis [Mo. ] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, 

Jan., 1909. 

. Salem [Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, Feb., 

1909. 



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Lincoln, Abraham — (continued). 

. Syracuse [N. Y.] Public Library Bulletin, Nov.- 

Dec, 1908. 
. Worcester [Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, Feb., 

1909. 
. Lincoln Birthday Number. Cleveland [O.] Pub- 
lic Library Children's Leaf, Jan., 1909. 
Maeterlinck, Maurice. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library 

Monthly Bulletin, Feb., 1909. 
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix. St. Louis [Mo.] Public 

Library Monthly Bulletin, March, 1909. 
. Salem [Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, Jan., 

1909. 
Mental Healing. Mind and Body. Brockton [Mass.] 

Public Library Quarterly Bulletin, Jan. -March, 1909. 
. Mind, Religion and Health. Carnegie Library 

[Atlanta, Ga.] Monthly Bulletin, Feb., 1909. 
. Rockford [111.] Public Library Bulletin, 

Jan., 1909. 
. Psycho-therapy, Books on. Minnesota Public 

Library Commission [St. Paul, Minn.] Library Notes 

and News, Dec, 1909. 
Meredith, George. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library 

Monthly Bulletin, Tune, 1909. 
. Somerville [Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, June, 

1909. 
Metals. See Corrosion. 
Mexico. New York Public Library Bulletin, Oct.-Dec, 

1909. 
Milton, John, Books about. New York Public Library 

[Circulation Department] Monthly List of Additions, 

Dec., 1908. 
Mitchell, Donald Grant. Springfield [Mass. ] City Library 

Bulletin, Jan., 1909. 
Mormons. New York Public Library Bulletin, March, 

1909. 
Mothers. Books Helpful to Mothers. Brookline [Mass.] 

Public Library Bulletin, April, 1909. 
, Selected List for. Hoi yoke [Mass. ] Public Library 

Library Record, Feb., 1909. 
Mountaineering. New York Public Library [Circulation 

Department] Monthly List of Additions, Feb., 1909. 
Municipal Government. Library Association of Portland 

[Portland, Ore.] Bulletin, March, 1909. 
. Reading List on City Government. Carnegie 

Library [Atlanta, Ga.] Monthly Bulletin, April, 1909. 
. Government by Commission. Carnegie Library 

[Atlanta, Ga.] Monthly Bulletin, April, 1909. 
. Rockford [111.] Public Library Bulletin, 

Feb., 1909. 
Music, Special List. Millicent Library [Fairhaven, 

Mass.] Bulletin, Sept.. 1909 
See also Operas. 
Musical Scores. Parts 1-2. Osterhout Free Library 

[Wilkes-Barr6, Pa.] Bulletin, Jan.-Feb., 1909. 
New Year's Day. Kansas City [Mo.] Public Library 

Quarterly, Jan., 1909. 
Nietzsche, Friedrich. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library 

Monthly Bulletin, Jan., 1909. 
Oceanic Language. List of Grammars, Dictionaries, 

etc., of the Oceanic Language in the New York Library. 

New York Public Library Bulletin, July, 1909. 
Operas. Osterhout Free Library [Wilkes-Barr^, Pa.] 

Bulletin, Nov., 1909. 
Poe, Edgar Allan. Cambridge [Mass.] Public Library 

Bulletin, Jan., 1909. 
. New Bedford [Mass.] Free Public Library 

Monthly Bulletin, Feb., 1909. 
. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, 

Jan., 1909. 
Poetry Collections for Children's Room in Small Library. 

Wisconsin Free Library Commission [Madison, Wis.] 

Bulletin, March-April, 1909. 
Polar Exploration. See Arctic and Antarctic Explora- 
tions. 
Poultry, Brief List on. Carnegie Library [Atlanta, Ga.] 

Monthly Bulletin, July-Sept., 1909. 
. Selected List. Library Association of Portland 

[Portland, Ore.] Bulletin, May, 1909. 



Psychology and Philosophy, a Few Books in. Library 
Association of Portland [Portland, Ore.] Bulletin, 
Dec, 1909. 

Refuse and Garbage Di.sposal. Carnegie Library [Pitts- 
burgh, Vsi.] Monthly Bulletin, Jan., 1909. 

Saint Gaudens, Augustus. Carnegie Library [Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.] Monthly Bulletin, March, 1909. 

. Public Library of the District of Columbia 

[Washington, D. C] Monthly Bulletin, Dec, 1908. 

St. Louis [Mo.]. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library Monthly 
Bulletin, Sept., 1909. 

San Francisco Bay, Discovery of, by Portola and Early 
Spanish Exploration in California. San Francisco 
[Cal.] Public Library Bulletin, Sept., 1909. 

Schools. Books for Teachers of Pnmary and Grammar 
Grades. New Orleans [La.] Public Library Public 
School Bulletin, Dec, 1908. 

. Normal Reference Collection. New Orleans [La. ] 

Public Library Public School Bulletin, Dec, 1908. 

. Supplementary Reading for Pupils of the Primary 

and Grammar Grades. New Orleans [La.] Public 
Library Public School Bulletin, Dec, 1908. 

Secret Societies, Chivalry, Knighthood, etc. Part 2. 
Osterhout Free Library [Wilkes-Barr6, Pa.] Bulletin, 
Dec, 1908. 

Senators. Popular Election of United States Senators. 
Indiana State Library [Indianapolis, Ind.] Bulletin, 
Sept., 1909. 

Series, Books in. Part 9. [Concluded.] Decatur [111.] 
Free Public Library Quarterly Bulletin, Oct.-Dec, 
1909. 

Shoes and Leather. Haverhill [Mass.] Public Library 
Bulletin, March, 1909. 

Social Workers, Books for. Salem [Mass.] Public 
Library Bulletin, Jan., 1909. 

Spain. Reading List. Hyde Park [Mass. ] Public Library 
Bulletin, July-Sept., 1909. 

. Nottingham [Eng. ] Free Public Libraries Bul- 
letin, Dec, 1909. 

Sports and Outdoor Life. Trenton [N. J. ] Public Library 
Bulletin, April, 1909. 
See also Fishing. 

Steamboats and Steam Navigation. New York Public 
Library Bulletin, Sept , 1909. 

Stenography and Typewriting. Rockford [111.] Public 
Library Bulletin, Dec, 1909. 

Swedish Language, Books in New York Public Library 
[Circulation Department] Monthly List of Additions, 
Nov., 1909. 

Swinburne, Algernon Charles. Croydon [Eng.] Public 
Libraries Reader's Index, May-June, 1909. 

Tariff. Protection and Free Trade. Indiana State 
Library [Indianapolis, Ind.] Bulletin, Jan., 1909. 

. Tariff Reform and Free Trade. Salem [Mass.] 

Public Library Bulletin, April, 1909. 
Tennis. See Lawn Tennis. 

Tennyson, Alfred, Lord. Brockton [Mass.] Public 
Library Bulletin, July-Sept., 1909. 

. Croydon [Eng.] Public Libraries Reader's Index, 

Sept.-Oct., 1909. 

. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library Monthly BiMetin. 

Jime, 1909. 

Tolstoi, Leo Nikolaievitch, Count. St. Louis [Mo.] Pub- 
lic Library Monthly Bulletin, March, 1909. 

Travel, Popular Books of, for a Village Library. Uni- 
versity of the State of New York [Albany, N. Y.] New 
York Libraries, Oct., 1909. 

Trees. Rockford [111.] Public Library Bulletin, April' 
1909. 

Tuberculosis. Library Association of Portland [Port- 
land, Ore.] Bulletin, Jan., 1909. 

. San Francisco [Cal.] Public Library Monthly 

Bulletin, Nov., 1909. 

. Worcester [Mass.] Free Public Library Bulletin, 

July, 1909. 

Turkey. Nottingham [Eng.] Free Public Libraries 
Bulletin, Sept., 1909. 

Turkey and the Balkans. Wilmington Institute Free 
Library [Wilmington, Del.] Bulletin, July, 1909. 



Apr., 1910 



Index to Reference Lists. 



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Turkey in Europe. Osterhout Free Library [Wilkes- 
Barr6, Ta.] Bulletin, May, 1909. 

Welfare Work or Industrial Betterment. New Bedford 
[Mass.] Free Public Library Monthly Bulletin, April, 
1909. 

Whitgift, Archbishop, and the Whitgift Charity. Croy- 
don [Eng.] Public Libraries Reader's Index, Nov.- 
Dec, 1909. 

Wireless Telegraphy. New York Public Library [Cir- 
culation Department] Monthly List of Additions, April, 
1909. 

Lists have also been issued 

Accounting and Bookkeeping. Springfield [Mass.] City 

Librarjr, Dec, 1908. 
Aeronautics or Aerial Navigation. Brooklyn [N. Y.] 

Public Library, 1909. 
America as Viewed by Foreigners. Springfield [Mass.] 

City Library, Dec, 1908. 
Biographies. Some Interesting Biographies. Guiteau 

Library [Irvington-on-Hudson, N. Y.J Jan., 1909 
Birds, Books about. Seattle [Wash.] Public Library 

July, 1909. 
Birds and Bird Study. Grosvenor Library [BuflEalo, 

N. Y.] May, 1909. 
Books. Books for Young Men. Wilmington Institute 

Free Library [Wilmington, Del.] 1909. 
Boston. Helps to the Study of the History of Boston. 

Boston Public Library, 1909. 
Boys. Some Useful Books for Useful Boys. Mankato 

[Minn.] Free Public Library, 1909. 
Boys and Girls. Brief List for Home Reading for Boys 

and Girls. Boston [Mass.] Public Library, 1909. 
. Something to Read for Boys and Girls. Brook- 
line [Mass.] Public Library, 1908. 
Building Trades. Buffalo [N. Y. ] Public Library, 1909. 
Children. Some Helps for Little Housekeepers. Man- 
kato [Minn.] Free Public Library, 1909. 
Christmas Books for Children. Louisville [Ky.] Free 

Public Library, Dec, 1909. 
. Pratt Institute Free Library [Brooklyn, N. Y.] 

1909. 
Costume. A Reading and Reference List. Brooklyn 

[N. Y.] Public Library, 1909. 
Cotton Industry. New Bedford [Mass.] Free Public 

Library, March, 1909. 
Earthquakes and Volcanoes. Brooklyn [N. Y.] Public 

Library, 1909. 
Electricity, Machine Shop Practice, Fovindry Practice, 

Plumbing and Wood-working. Louisville [Ky.] Free 

Public Library, April, 1909. 
Gladstone, William Ewart. Brooklyn [N. Y.] Public 

Library, 1909 
Handicrafts. Buffalo [N. Y.] Public Library, 1909. 



Wireless Telegraphy — (continued) . 

. Rockford [111.] Public Library Bulletin, March, 

1909. 

Woman Suffrage. Indiana State Library [Indianapolis, 
Ind.] Bulletin, March, 1909. 

Women. Some Celebrated Women of France. Library 
Association of Portland [Portland, Ore. ] Bulletin, Feb., 
1909. 

Worcester, Mass., Selected List of Material on. Worcester 
[Mass.] Free Public Library Bulletin. Dec, 1909. 

as separates as follows: — 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-94. Brooklyn [N. Y.] 

Public Library, 1909. 
Johnson, Samuel, 1709-84. Brooklyn [N. Y.] Public 

Library, 1909. 
Lincoln, Abraham: Short List of Books for School Use. 

Boston [Mass.] Public Library, 1909. 

. Brooklyn, [N. Y.] PubUc Library, 1909. 

. Lowell [Mass.] City Library, 1909. 

Machine Shop Practice, Foimdry Work and Electricity. 

Library Association of Portland [Portland, Ore]. 1909. 
Machine-shops, ete. Books of Practical Interest to 

Men in the Shops. Dayton [O.] Public Library, 

March, 1909. 
Mechanics and Engineers. Some Helps for. Man- 
kato [Minn.] Free Public Library, 1909. 
Municipal Affairs and the Public Library. St. Joseph 

[Mo. J Free Public Library, March, 1909. 
Municipal and Civic Affairs. Carnegie Free Library 

[Braddock, Pa.], 1909. 
Mimicipal Government. Grand Rapids [Mich.] Public 

Library, 1909. 
Music. A Catalogue of the Books Relating to Music in 

the Grosvenor Library [Buffalo, N. Y.] Oct., 1909. 
Music and its Appreciation. Buffalo [N. Y.] Public 

Library, 1909. 
Polar Regions. Brooklyn [N. Y.] Public Library, Sept., 

1909. 
Reading for Pleasure and Profit. For High School 

Students and other Readers. Newark [N. J.] Free 

Public Library, 1909. 
School-room Libraries, Books for. Newark [N. J.] Free 

Public Library, 1909. 
Sunday-school Helps. Mankato [Minn.] Free Public 

Library, 1909. 
Technical Books of 1908. A Selection. Pratt Insti- 
tute. Free Library [Brooklyn, N. Y.] 
Tennyson, Alfred, 1809-92. Brooklyn [N. Y.] Public 

Library, 1909. 
Textiles. Lowell [Mass.] City Library, 1909. 
Trenton, N. J. The City of Trenton, a Bibliography. 

Trenton [N; J.] Free Public Library, 1909. 



UTERARY ANNUALS AND GIFT BOOKS, AMERICAN AND ENGLISH: 

A BIBLIOGRAPHY. 

Bv FREDERICK WINTHROP FAXON, B. A. 
PART X. 



I American 

Souvenir of friendship, The, a Christmas and New- Year's 
present, elegantly illustrated. New York, D.Apple- 
ton & Co., 1857. 288 p., 10 pi., 9^ x 6^. F. (767) 

Spirit of the annuals, for 1831. Philadelphia, E. Littell, 
1831. xp., 1 1., 13-467 p., front., 51x3^. "Con- 
taining all the best pieces in Literary souvenir, Keep- 
sake,Forget-me-not, Iris, Amulet, etc., etc." F. (768) 

Stranger's gift, The, a Christmas and New Year's pres- 
ent, ed. by Hermann Bokvim. Boston, Light & Hor- 

^ ton, 1836, c. 1835. 3 p. 1., 9-103 p., front., 7| x 4^. 

B.A. (769) 

String of diamonds, The, gathered from many mines by 
a gem fancier. New edition revised and enlarged. 
Hartford, Wm. James Hamersby, c. 1857. vii, 9-296 
p., front., 7i X 5. F. (769a) 



(concluded) 

Sunday school gift, 1842. * (770) 

Tablet, The. Original prose and verse by New Haven 

writers. New Haven, 1831. * (771) 

Talisman, The, for 1828 [ed. by Francis Herbert, i. e. 

Bryant] [v. 1.] New York, Elam Bliss, 1827, c. 

1827. xp., 1 1., 288 p., 7 pi., and 2 autograph pi., 

5| X 3i. N.Y., B.A.. B.P. (772) 

See "Miscellanies," name of reissue of this series. 
for 1829. [Francis Herbert.] [v. 2.] New 

York, Elam Bliss, 1828, c. 1828. xp., 1 1., 342 p., 

6 pi., 5i X 3^. N.Y., B.A. (773) 
for 1830. [v. 3.] New York, 3d edition, Elam 

Bliss, 1829, c.1829. xii, 358 p., 12 pi.. 5} x 3f . 

N.Y., B.P. (774) 

Third edition probably means vol. 3, as all issues seem 

to have it. 



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Talisman, The, an offering of friendship with oil colored 
illuminations, ed. by Henry D. Moore. Philadelphia, 
Hogan & Thompson, 1852, c. 1851. viii p., 11, 
13-262 p., 12 pi., 9 X 5^. L.C., B.P. (775) 

Temperance gift, The, ed. by T. S. Arthur. New York, 
Leavitt & Allen, n. d. [1853, 54 or 55]. viii, 264 p., 
8 pi., 7J X 4i. F. (776) 

Temperance keepsake. The, an offering for all seasons, 
ed. by T. S. Arthur. New York, Lamport, Blakeman 

6 Law, 1854. viii, 9-287 p., 7f x 5. F. (776a) 
Temperance offering, for 1851, ed. by T. S. Arthur. 

New York, Cornish, Lamport & Co. viii, 320 p., 10 pi., 
8 X 5J. * (777) 

, for 1853, ed. by T. S. Arthur. New York, 

Cornish, Lamport & Co., c. 1853. vi p., 1 1., 9-264 p., 

7 pi., 7i X 5. N.Y. (778) 
, for all seasons, ed. by T. S. Arthur. New 

York, Lamport, Blakeman & Law, 1854, N.Y. (779) 
Identical with 1853, except a slight change in intro- 
duction wording. 

Temperance token, The, or crystal drops from the old 
oaken bucket, ed. by Kate Barclay. Auburn, N. Y., 
1848. 128 p., ilium, t. F. (780) 

Thought-blossom, a memento, ed. by N. Parker Willis. 
New York, Leavitt & Allen, 1854, c. 1853. 224 p., 
16pl., 9ix6i. U.W. (781) 

Also issued n. d., c. 1853. U.W. (782) 

Also issued 1855, c. 1853. L.C. (783) 

Token, The, and Atlantic Souvenir, a Christmas and 
New Year's gift. New York, Leavitt & Allen, n. d. 
[1856 or after]. viii,9-81p., 1 1., 5-175 p., 6 pi., 7^x5. 
"The appropriate sphere of woman." 

N.Y., L.C. (784) 
This is a stolen name and cheap makeup, being really 
"Lady's manual," 1854. 

Also issued as "Affection's gift," n. d., "Memory's gift," 
n. d. 
, or affection's gift, a Christmas and New- 
Year's present, ed. by S. G. Goodrich. New York, 
Ansel Edwards, n. d. [circa 1846]. 1 p. 1., vii-viii, 
9-312 p., 6 pi., 7f X 4^. "The wonders of the deep." 

N. Y., L.C. (785) 
This is "Token," 1838, reprinted, and with different pi. 
It was again reprinted in Hartford, see below. 
, or affection's gift, a Christmas and New- 
Year's present, ed. by S. G. Goodrich. Hartford, S. 
Andrus & Son, n. d. 1 p. 1., vii-viii, 9-312 p., [6 pi.,] 
7J X 4^. "The wonders of the deep." N.Y. (786) 
Has ilium, t., "The token, a gift book for all seasons." 
This is "Token," 1838, reprinted and with different pi. 
It was also reprinted in New York. See above. 

, or affection's gift, a Christmas and New 

Year's present, ed. by S. G. Goodrich. New York, 
Leavitt & Allen, no street address given, n. d. [1853 
or after]. 1 p.l., vii-viii, 9-262 p., [5 pi. and presen- 
tation pi.,] 7^ X 5J. "The wonders of the deep." 

N.Y., U.W. (787) 
This is "Token," 1838, with pages 263-312 omitted, and 
different pi., and fancy borders around the pages. 
There are two editions, Leavitt & Allen, 379 Broad- 
way, n. d. [1856 or after], which are like this, but each 
with different plates. One edition omits the presenta- 
tion pi. One has red borders to all pages, the other 
is without borders and 7^ x 4J. U.W., F. (788) 

, a Christmas and New Year's present, [v. 1.] 

Boston, S. G. Goodrich, 1828, c. 1827. viii, 9-368 p., 
12 pi., 5i X 3i. N.Y., B.P. (789) 

, a Christmas and New Year's present, ed. by 

N. P. Willis, [v. 2.] Boston, S. G. Goodrich, 1829, 
c. 1828. X, 348 p., 15 pi., 5f x 3f . 

L.C, B.P., B.A. (790) 
Also issued in large paper. 6% x 4J^. N.Y. 

, a Christmas and New Year's present, ed. by 

S. G. Goodrich, [v. 3.] Boston, Carter & Hendee, 
1830, c. 1829. xii, 13-340 p., 13 pi., 6f x 3f . 

N.Y:, L.C, B.P., B.A. (791) 

, a Christmas and New Year's present, ed. by 

S, G. Goodrich, [v. 4.] Boston, Gray & Bowen, 1831, 
C.1830. vi p., 1 1., 9-320 p., 11 pi., 6x4. 

N.Y., L.C, B.P., B.A. (792) 



Token, The, a Christmas and New Year's present, ed. by 
S. G. Goodrich, [v. 5.] Boston, Gray & Bowen, 1832, 
0.1831. iv, 5-392 p., 20 pi., 6^ x 4i. 

N.Y., L.C, B.P., B.A., U.W. (793) 

, and Atlantic souvenir, a Christmas and 

New Year's present, ed. by S. G. Goodrich, [v. 6.] 
Boston, Gray & Bowen, 1833, c.1832. xii, 13-354 p., 
20 pi., 6i X 4i. 

N.Y., L.C, B.P., B.A., U.W. (794) 
With this issue "The token" absorbed "Atlantic sou- 
venir." 

and Atlantic souvenir, a Christmas and New 

Year's present, ed. by S. G. Goodrich, [v. 7.] Boston, 
Charles Bowen, 1834, c. 1833. viii, 9-352 p., 14 pi., 
6^x4^. N.Y., L.C, B.P., B.A. (795) 

and Atlantic souvenir, a Christmas and New 

Year's present, ed. by S. G. Goodrich, [v. 8.] Boston, 

Charles Bowen, 1835, c.1834. 376 p., 13 pi., 6i x 4^. 

N.Y., L.C, B.P., U.W. (796) 

and Atlantic souvenir, a Christmas and 

New Year's present, ed. by S. G. Goodrich, [v. 9.] 
Boston, Charles Bowen, 1836, c.1835. viii, 9-360 p. 
12 pi., 7 X 4i. N.Y., L.C, B.P., B.A. (797) 

and Atlantic souvenir, a Christmas and New 
Year's present, ed. by S. G. Goodrich, [v. 10.] 
Boston, Charles Bowen, 1837, c.1836. viii, 9-348 p., 
12 pi., 7i X 4i. 

N.Y., L.C, B.P., B.A., U.W. (798) 

and Atlantic souvenir, a Christmas and New 

Year's present, ed. by S. G. Goodrich, [v. 11.] Boston, 
American Stationers Co., 1838, c.1837. viii, 9-312 p., 
10 pi., 7f X 5. "The wonders of the deep." 

N.Y. L.C, B.P., B.A., U.W. (799) 
This was enlarged in size of page. 

This was reprinted and at least 2 ed. issued [1842, 1844] 
by A. & C. B. Edwards, N. Y., plates vary, and there 
were at least two editions issued as "Token or affection's 
gift," New York, A. Edwards, n. d. [circa 1846]. It 
was again reprinted as "Token or affection's gift," 
Hartford, S. Andrus & Son, and had several editions 
n. d., 1846, 1847, 1850. All these spurious ed. had 
different pi. 

This was again issued as "Token or affection's gift," 
New York, Leavitt & Allen, n. d. [1853 and after], with 
p. 263-312 omitted, plates changed and a fancy border 
about each page. At least 3 editions of this shortened 
"Token" were issued, each varying in the plates from 
the others and from the original. In 1842 [date only 
on back of vol.] this was republished in New York by 
A. & C. B. Edwards, while a "Token" of the regular 
series [the last issued] was pub. the same year in Boston. 

and Atlantic souvenir, a Christmas and New 

Year's present, ed. by S. G. Goodrich, [v. 12.] Boston, 
Otis Broaders & Co., 1839, c.1838. viii, 296 p., 9 pi., 
6fx4i. N.Y., L.C, B.P. (800) 

Restored to early size of page. 

— and Atlantic souvenir, a Christmas and New 

Year'spresent.ed. by S.G.Goodrich, [v. 13.] Boston, 
OtisBroaders & Co., 1840, c.1839. viii, 9-304 p., lOpl., 
6^ X 4^. "Rainbow bridge." 

N.Y., L.C, B.P., B.A., U.W. (801) 
Some copies have "The token," on back, others "Token 
and affection's gift." 

This was issued as "Friendship's gift," n. d., as "Token 
of friendship," n. d., and as ' Atlantic souvenir," n. d., 
all with p. 265-304 omitted and pi. changed; as 
"Moss rose," 1846, and "Honeysuckle," 1848, with 
different pi. and ilium, t. 

and Atlantic souvenir, a Christmas and New 

Year's present, ed. by S. G. Goodrich, [v. 14.] Boston, 
W. D. Ticknor, 1841, c.1840. 272 p., 12 pi., 6i x 4^ 
"The stranger's nephew." N.Y., B.P., B.A. (802) 
This was issued as 'Moss rose," 1847, with different pi. 
and p. 65-180 different. 
and Atlantic souvenir, an offering for Christ- 
mas and the new year. [v. 15.] Boston, David H. 
Williams, 1842, c.1841. viii, 9-320 p., 10 pi., 6i x 4^. 
"The lesson of a moment." 

N.Y., L.C, B.P., B.A. (803) 
This was the final issue of the series. Goodrich had 
trouble financially and with his printers and writers, 
which accounts for the issue also in 1842 in New York 
of a reprint of 1838. See below. 



Apr., 1910 



Literary Annuals and Gift Books. 



79 



Token, The, or affection's gift, a Christmas and New 
Year's present, ed. by S. G. Goodrich. New York, 
A. & C. B. Edwards, n.d. [1842 on back], viii, 9-312 
p., [6 pl.,1 7i X 4^. "The wonders of the deep." 

N.Y.. B.P. (804) 

This is "Token," 1838. See also the n. d. editions also 
issued by same firm ; plates are different. 
Also issued in 1844 [date on back only] with less plates 
[8 pi.] and 3 of them different, list of pi. being omitted. 

L.C. (804a) 

, or affection's gift, a Christmas and New 

Year's present, ed. by S. G. Goodrich. Hartford, S. 
Andrus & Son, 1846. viii, 9-312 p., 5 pi. [with titles 
erased], 7J x 4J. "The wonders of the deep." (805) 
This is " Token." 1838, with pi. changed. 
Also issued S. Andrus & Son, 1847, identical except 
col. t. added. F. (806) 

Also iisued S. Andrus & Son, 1880, same as 1846 ex- 
cept front, is replaced by col. flower pi., and pi. vary. 
See also n. d. issues by this firm. 

L. C. (807) 

, a gift for all seasons. New York, D. Apple- 
ton & Co., 1857, c. 1856. 288 p., 9 pi.. 7i x 4i. 

L.C. (808) 
Mostly made up of German annuals' articles. 
Also an edition n. d.. c. 1856. N.Y.. B.P.. U.W. (809) 

Token of friendship, A, Boston. G. W. Cottrell, n. d. 
128p.. 1 1.. 5tx3f "Home." N.Y. (810) 

A new ed. pub. by D. Appleton, N. Y., n.d. x, 11- 
128 p., engr. front. 4 x 2i. F. (811) 

Token of friendship. The. New York, Leavitt & Allen- 
n. d. viii, 9-264 p.. 6 pi., 7^ x 5. "Rainbow bridge." 

C.U., P.M. (812) 

This is "Token," 1840. with different pi. See also 
"Friendship's gift," n. d.. and "Atlantic souvenir," n. d. 
Also "Moss rose," 1846, and "Honeysuckle," 1848. 

, an offering for all seasons; illustrated. Bos- 
ton. Phillips. Sampson & Co.. n. d. 5 p. 1.. 276 p., 6 pi., 
7i X 4f . 'Who are the happy?" 

N.Y., B.A., U.W. (813) 

Also an edition with pref. d. 1854. 

Also an edition Leavitt & Allen, n. d., with varying pi. 
This is "Wreath of wild flowers." 1846. with pi. and 
preliminary unpaged 1. added. 

See also "Amaranth." 1851. with unpaged 1.. contain- 
ing "Forest maid." also "Garland." 1852. "Keepsake of 
friendship," Boston, 1853, "Magnolia," [1853]. 

, a gift book for the holidays for 1861, ed. by 

Bradford K. Peirce. Boston, Charles H. Peirce, c. 
1850. viii p., 2 1., 13-324 p., 7 pi.. 7^ x 4f. "Home 
habits." N.Y., B.P., P.M. (814) 

Also an edition 1852 exactly similar. F. (815) 

, an offering for all seasons, illustrated. Boston, 

Phillips Sampson & Co., n. d. [pref. d. Ag. 1852]. vi 
p., 1 I., 9-322 p., 6 pi., 7i X 4i. "The new year." 

N.Y^. (816) 
This is "Amaranth," 1849. with first article changed, 
and col. t. and col. front, substituted. 
See also "Casket." Boston [1853], and N. Y.,n. d.. and 
"Garland," Boston, 1850, "Memory's gift." N. Y.. 1869, 
and n. d., "Keepsake of friendship,' 1851, and "Mag- 
nolia." 1852. 

, an offering for all seasons, illustrated. Boston, 

Phillips, Sampson & Co., n. d. [pref. d. Ag. 1864]. 
5 p. 1., 276 p.. 6 pi., 7i X 4J. "Who are the happy?" 

F. (817) 
Also an edition without date, otherwise same, and an 
edition New York, Leavitt & Allen, n. d., with vary- 
ing pi. 

This is "Wreath of wild flowers," 1846, with pi. and un- 
paged p. leaf added. 

Also issued as "Amaranth," 1851, "Garland," 1852, 
"Keepsake of friendship." Boston, 1853, and "Mag- 
nolia'^ [1853]. 
Token of love, ed. by a lady [E. M. M.]. New York, D. 
Appleton & Co., n. d. viii, 9-126 p., engr. front. ,4 x 2k. 

C.U. (818) 
Union annual. The, 1837. Philadelphia, American Sim- 
day school union, 1837, c.1836. vi p., 1 1., 9-269 p., 
7 pi., 5i X 3i. N.Y.. L.C, U.W. (819) 



Unique, The, a biography of many distinguished char- 
acters, with fine portraits. Boston, J. P. Peaslee, 
1829. 253 p. [8 pt.],4ix3. F. (820) 

This is not a true Ann vial. 
Also Hingham, 1834. 4th ed. * (820a) 

Violet, The, a Christmas and New Year's gift. New York. 
Leavitt & Allen, n. d. [1853. 54 or 55] . 3 p. 1., 7-250 p., 
[6 pi..] 6i X 4^. "The lighthouse." 

N.Y.. U.W. (821) 
An edition by George A. Leavitt. n.d. 
Also issued 1869, same except pi .'vary. 

. a Christmas and New Year's gift or birthday 

present. 1837, ed. by Miss Leslie, [v. 1.] Philadelphia. 
E. L. Carey & A. Hart. c.l836. 4 p. 1.. 17-212 p., 6 
pi.. 5J X 3}. N.Y., B.P.. U.W. (822) 

, a Christmas and New Year's gift or birthday 

present. 1839, ed. by Miss Leslie, [v. 2.] Philadel- 
phia. E. L. Carey & A. Hart, c. 1839. 5p.l., 17-216 p., 

7 pi., 5f X 3^. N.Y., L.G, B.P. (823) 
. a Christmas and New Year's present. 1840, 

ed. by Miss Leslie, [v. 3.] Philadelphia, Carey & 
Hart, c. 1839. 3 p. 1., 17-216 p., 6 pi., 5f x 3}. 

N.Y., L.C, U.W. (824) 

, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1842. 

Philadelphia, Carey & Hart, 1842, c. 1841. 216 p., 

8 pi., 5i X 3|. N.Y.. L.C, U.W. (825) 
. a Christmas and New Year's gift. New York. 

1850. 6 pi.. 16mo. * (826) 

. a Christmas and New Year 's gift. New York, 

George A. Leavitt. 1869. 2 p. 1., 7-250 p.. [6 pi.,] 
6i X 4. P.M. (827) 

Also issued bv George A. Leavitt, n. d. F. (828) 
Also by Leavitt & Allen, n. d. F. (829) 

Visitor, The, a Christmas and New Year's token, ed. by 
B. Field. Boston, Peirce «& Williams, 1829. vi, 7- 
144 p., [engr. front., 4 pi.,] 4f x 3. 

N.Y., B.P., U.W. (830) 

Voice of flowers. The, by Mrs. L. H. Sigoumey. Hart- 
ford, H. S. Parsons & Co., 1846, c. 1845. iv. 5-123. 
lp.,2 1.,col.front.,4ix2i. L.C. (831) 

Voices of heart and home, an offering of love from many 
hearts. Portland [Me.] , F. W. Bailey, 1856. 1 p.l.. 
7-128 p., 4 pi., 4^x3. L.C. (832) 

Waverley garland. The, a present for all seasons, ed . by 
"Ellen Louise." Boston, Moses A. Dow, 1863, c.l852. 
viii, 9-400 p., front., 10 x 8^. H.U. (833) 

Made up from the "Waverley magazine" articles. 

Wedding gift, The, or the duties and pleasures of 

domestic life. Boston, Gould, Kendall & Lincoln. 

[circa 1844], vi 7-128. 4i x 2f. F. (833a) 

This is "Marriage ring" and "The family circle" bound 

together, with new t. and pref. prefixed. 

Wedding guest. The, a friend of the bride and bride - 

froom, ed. by T. S. Arthur. Philadelphia, H. C. 
'eck & Theo.Bliss, c.1857. vi, 7-300 p., 6 pi., 7i x 4^. 

F. (834) 

Wedding-ring, The, ed. by J. S. A. Boston, J. Buftum, 
n. d. c. n. d. 96 p., 2J x 2f. F. (834a) 

Western souvenir. The, a Christmas and New Year's 
gift for 1829. Cincinnati, N. & G. Guilford. ix, 
10-324 p., 7 pi., 5i X 3^. 

N.Y.. L.C, B.P., U.W. (835) 

Wheat-sheaf, The, or gleanings for the wayside and fire- 
side. Philadelphia, Willis P. Hazard, 1853, c. 1852. 
xii, 13-416 p., [5 pi.]. 8i X 5f. F. (836) 

At least 3 vols, issued. „ . , 

White veil. The, a bridal gift, ed. by Mrs. Sarah Josepha 
Hall, elegently illustrated. Philadelphia, E. H. 
Butler & Co., 1864, c. 1853. vui, p., 1 1.. 17-324 p., 
Upl., 8ix6f F. (836a) 

Wide-awake gift, a know-nothing token for 1866, ed. 
by "one of 'em." New York, T. C Derby, 1855, c. 
1854. xii, 13-312 p., [5 pi..] 7^x4}. 

L.C. B.P., U.W. (837) 

Wild flower. The, a gift book for the holydays for 1852, 
ed. by Grace Maylove. Philadelphia, J. & J. L 
Gihon, 1852, c. 1851. 260 p., 8 pi. and iUum. t., 
8ix6J. F- (838) 



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Winter-bloom, The, ed. by Henry D. Moore. Philadel- 
phia, Hogan& Thompson, c. 1860. viii p., 2 1., 13- 
240 p., 9 col. pi., 9x5f. 

N.Y., L.C., B.P., U.W. (839) 

WmteTgieen, The, a perennial gift for 1844, ed . by John 
Keese. New York, Charles Wells & Co., c. 1843. 
X, 19-247 p., 16 pi., 6}x4i. 

N.Y.,B.P.,U.W. (840) 

Winter wreath, A, of summer flowers, by S. G. Goodrich. 
New York, D. Appleton & Co., 1855, c.1854. 320 p., 
[8 pi.,] 9 X 5i. F. (841) 

Also reprinted in 1867, c. 1854. B.A., P.M. (842) 

Winter wreath, The, ed. by N. Parker Willis. New 
York, Leavitt & Allen, n. d. [1856 or after], c, 1853. 
224 p., 12 pi., 9i X frj. F. (843) 

Women of the scriptures, ed. by H. Hastings Weld. 
Philadelphia, Lindsay & Blakiston, c. 1848. xii, 
13-240p., 12pl., 9ix5j. F. (844) 

Woodbine, The, a holiday gift, ed. by Caroline May. 
Philadelphia, Lindsay & Blakiston, c. 1851. xp., 
1 1., 13-322 p, 8pl., 7ix4|. L.C. (845) 

Wreath, The, a collection of poems from celebrated Eng- 
lish authors. New York, W. B. Gilley & H. 1. 
Megarey, 1821. iv, 3-259 p., front, and engr. t., 
4x3i. F. (846) 

Also an edition Hartford, 1826. F. (847) 

, designed as a token for the yovmg. New 

York, N. B. Holmes, 1836, c. 1835. I60p. Eng. 
front, and eng. t. SJ x 4^. F. (847a) 

, designed as a token for the young, 1837. 

New York, Doolittle & Vermilge. 238 p., illus. 

* (848) 

Wreath of beauty. The, ed. by T- R- G. Hassard. New 
York, D. Appleton & Co., 1864, c.1863. 336p., 16 pi., 
lOi X 71. F. (849) 

Wreath of wild flowers. The, from the literary mis- 
cellanies of John Milton Steams . New York, Edward 
Walker, 1846, c.1846. x, 276 p., [front, and engr. t.,] 
7ix4i. "The refugee." B.P. (850) 

A seconded, was issued N. Y., 1848. F. (851) 

This book, by J. M. Steams, was used without credit by 
the publishers of annuals, a preliminary poem on an 
inserted unpaged 1., and plates being added, and the 
original front, and engr. t. omitted, and preface changed. 
It was reissued thus as "Amaranth," 1851, as "Gar- 
land," 1852, as "Keepsake of friendship," Bost., 1853, as 
"Token of friendship," Boston, Phillips & Sampson 

11854] , and also without date, Boston, and without date, 
I. Y.;andas "Magnolia" [pref. d. 1853]. Almost all 
these vary in the first unpaged article, and in plates. 

Toung lady's cabinet of gems, a choice collection of 

pieces of poetry and prose by Virginia DeForest. 

Boston, Kelley& Brother, 1854, c.1854. xii, 13-348 

p., [col. front, and col. t.,] 7f x 4f . F. (852) 

Called "Lady's cabinet" on back of cover. 

Young ladies' choice, The, ed. by Mrs. L. G. Abell- 
Boston, Higgins, Bradley & Dayton, 1858. 256 p., 
[1 pi.,] 6f X 4^. F. (853) 

Also called "Ladies' choice." 

Young lady ' s compan ion , ed . by M argaret Coxe . Cine in" 
nati. 342 p. [Pref. 1839.] * (854) 

and token of affection, in a series of letters by 

Margaret Coxe. Coltunbus [O.], Isaac N. Whiting, 
1846, C.1845 2d ed. revised and list of books added 
[p. 343-48]. [Pref. d. Ag. 1840.] x, 348 p., 8x5. 

C.U. (855) 

. Ilium, t. of "Lady's companion" reads thus. 

Young lady's gift, a common-place book of prose an 
poetry. Providence, B. Cranston & Co., 1836, c. 
1836. viii, 316 p., 5} X 3i. F. (856) 

Young ladies' oasis, or gems of prose and poetry, ed. by 
N. L. Ferguson. Lowell, N. L. Dayton, 1861, c. 1850. 
2d ed., 252 p., front, and ilium, pi., 6i x 4^. 

C.U. (857) 
Also issued in 1854 with p. 253-72 added, different 
front., and no ilium, pi. * (868) 



Yoimg ladies' offering, or gems of prose and poetry. 
Boston, Phillips & Sampson, 1848, c. 1847. iv, 5-264 
p., [4 pl.,1 7i X 4*. "Kindred hearts." 

N.Y., C.U. (859) 
See 1849. 1851, 1853, 1857. identical ed. except pi. vary 
and article p. 5^8 is at p. 19-22. 

, or gems of prose and poetry, by Mrs. L. H. 

Sigoumey and others. Boston, Phillips & Sampson, 
1849, c. 1847. iv. 5-264 p. [4 pi.], li x 4i. ''The 
father." N.Y., C.U., U.W. (860) 

This is same as 1848, except front, is different and 
article p. 5-8 transferred to p. 19-22. 
An ed. 1851, c. 1847. Same as 1849. 7^x4}. 

C.IJ. (861) 
An ed. 1853, c.l847. Same as 1849. Title reads 
"Young ladies' offering," but back reads "Young 
lady's offering." 

N Y., U.W. (862) 
An ed. 1857, C.1847. Same as 1849. C.U. (863) 

Young Ladsr's Sunday book. The, a practical manual of 
the Christian duties of piety, benevolence and self- 
government. Philadelphia, Key & Biddle, 1833, 
0. 1833. viii, 312 p., front. and.Eng. t., 5 x 3^. 

F. (863a) 
This is not a true Annual. 
Young maiden's mirror, c. 1853. * (864) 

, by the author of "The child's keepsake." 

Boston, C. Stone & Co., 1857. 3rd ed. enlarged, with 
music, c. 1853. 274 p., 10 p. of music, front, and 
presentation pi., 6^ x 4^. F. (864o) 

, by the author of "The child's keepsake." 

Boston, Cyrus Stone, 1858. 4th ed. enlarged, with 
music, c. 1853. 274 p., 10 p. of music, front, and 

Presentation pi., 6^x4^. 
ame as 1857. U.W. (865) 

Yoimg man, The, or guide to knowledge, virtue and 
happiness, by Frank Ferguson. Boston, G. W. 
Cottrell & Co., c. 1848. 128 p., ilium, t., 4i x 2^. 

F. (865a) 
Ilium, t. reads, "The young man's guide to knowledge 
and virtue." 

Young man's friend. The, by Daniel C. Eddy. Lowell, 
Nathaniel L. Dayton, 1850, c.1849. 3 p.l., 9-264 p., 
engr. front., 7^ x 4^. F. (866) 

Young man's guide, The. Boston, Lilly, Wait, Colman 
& Holden, 1833, c.1833. xii, 13-320 p., front, and 
engr. t., 6 x 3f . U.W. (867) 

Young man's offering, comprising prose and poetical 
writing of the most eminent authors. Boston, 
Phillips & Sampson, 1849. 1 p.l., vi, 7-316 p., [6 pl.,J 
7i X 4f . F. (868) 

An edition 1860 is the same. U.W. (869) 

An edition 1857 is the same. B.P. (870) 

Yoimg man's own book. Philadelphia [circa 1832?] * 
Not an Annual. 

Youth' s annual. Title on back of ' 'Juvenile scrap book. ' ' 
n. d. 

Youth's historical gift, a Christmas, New- Year and birth- 
day present, ed. by R. M. Evans. New York, D. 
Appleton, 1844. 40pl.,ix6i. F. (871) 

Youth's keepsake, or Christmas and New Year's present. 

New York, Leavitt & Allen, n. d. [1853 or after]. 

4 p.l., 9-252 p., 6 pi., 6J x 4J. "London and coimtry 

cousin." B.P. (872) 

Another ed., Leavitt & Allen, 379 Broadway, n. d. 

[1856 or after]. P.M. (873) 

Another ed. 1869. F. (874) 

This is "American juvenile keepsake," c. 1834, with 3 

less ol. 

See also "Gift," N. Y., 1847, "Gem," 1849. 

, a Christmas and New Year's gift for young 

people, [v. 1.] Boston, Carter & Hendee, 1830, c. 

1829. 210 p., 6 pi., 5^x3^. N.Y., B.A. (875) 
, a Christmas and New Year's gift for young 

people, [v. 2.] Boston, Carter & Hendee, 18i31, c. 

1830. 216 p., 7 pi.. Six 3}. 

N.Y., L.C, B.P. (876) 



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Subject Bibliographies. 



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TSQth's keepsake, a New Year, Christmas and birthday 
present for both sexes, with engravings. New York, 
J. C. Ricker, 1834 (date on Sig. t. only), vi, 7-216 
p., 8 pi. 5i X 4i. F. (876a) 

, a Christmas and New Year's gift for yoimg 

people. Boston, E. R. Broaderi, 1835, c. 183 1 viii, 
206 p., 7 pi., 6x3}. 

N.Y., L.C.. HP. (877) 

, a Christmas and New Year's gift for young 

people. Boston, John Allen & Co., 1836, c. 1835. 
2 p.l., 7-214 p., 6 pi.. 6 X 3i. L.C., B.P. (878) 

, a Christmas and New Year's gift for young 

people. Boston, Otis, Broaders & Co., 1837, c.1836. 
192 p., [3 pi., and 3 paged illus.,] 6x4. 

B.P. (879) 

, a Christmas and New Year's gift for young 

people. Boston, T. H. Carter, 1838. 2 p.l . , 9-192 p., 
[3 pi., and 3 paged illus.]. N.Y., B.P. (880) 

, a Christmas and New Year's gift for yovmg 

people. Boston, Otis, Broaders & Co., 1839, c. 1838. 
2 p. 1., 9-195 p., [1 pi. and 7 paged illus.,] 6x4. 

B.P. (881) 

, a Christmas and New Year's gift for young 

people. Boston, Otis, Broaders & Co., 1840. 2 p.l., 
9-190 p., 1 1., 4 pi., and illus., 6^ x 4. 

N.Y., B.P., U.W. (882) 

, a Christmas and New Year's gift for young 

people. Boston, William Crosby & Co., 1841. 2 p.l., 
9-192 p., 2 pi., and illus., 6i x 4i. B.P. (883) 

, a Christmas and New Year's gift for young 

people. Boston, William Crosby & Co., 1842. 2 p.l., 
9-191 p., 1 p., [3 pi., illus.,] 6i X 4. B.P. (884) 

, a Christmas and NewjYear's gift for young 

people. Boston, 1843. * (885) 



Youth's keepsake, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 
young people. Boston, T. H. Carter & Co., [1844 on 
cover, and half title,] c.1843. xii, 13-206 p., [9 pi.,] 
6i X 4. P. (886) 

, a Christmas and New Year's gift for young 

people. Boston, T. H. Carter & Co. [1845 on back 
and at top of p. 9], [vii]-viii, 9-180 p., [6 pi. and il. 
in text]. 61x4. F. (887) 

, a Cnristmas and New Year's gift for young 

people. Boston, Benj. B. Mussey, n. d. [1846 on half 
title and back]. 2 p.l., 9-180 p., [5 pi.,] 6* x 4. 

N.Y. (888) 

, a Christmas and New Year's present. New 

York, George A. Leavitt, 1869. 3 p.l., 9-352 p., 6 pi., 
6} X 4^. "London and country cousins." N.Y. (889) 
Also an ed., Leavitt & Allen, n. d. (890) 

This is "American juvenile keepsake," c.1834, with 3 
less pi 

See also "Gift." N. Y., 1847, "Gem," 1849. 
Youth's parlor annual, ed. and pub. by Rev. D. Newell, 
New York. 432 p., 8* x 5^. N.Y., H.U. (891) 

This is "Family circle, ' a magazine, nos. 1-12 of v. 1, 
and called "Parlor annual [and Christian family maga- 
zine]" at head of page 9. 
See 'Family circle.' 
Youth's portfolio. See Portfolio tor youth. 
Youth's sketch book. The, Boston, Lilly, Wait & Co, 
1834, C.1833. viii, 9-224 p., 8 pi., 5i x 4 

U.M. (892) 

, being a selection of tales for children. Boston, 

1849. 18mo. Ulus. • (893) 

Also an edition, 1850. « (894) 

Youth's visitor, The, or selections in prose and verse 
from the Presbyterian Sabbath-school visitor. Phila- 
delphia, Presbyterian Board of Publication, c.1853. 

viii, 9-240 p., [11 pi ,] 5f X 4^. P.M. (895) 

(Including the books in the above American alphabet, 
which are numbered as a. b. c, etc., there are 1022 
volumes listed.) 



SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHIES APPEARING REGULARLY IN PERIODICALS. 

By MARY JOSEPHINE BOOTH, Librarian State Normal School, Charleston, 111. 

PARTIV. 



FORESTRY (correction). 
Forestry quarterly, quarterly. 

Periodical literature, qxiarterly, Apr. 1903-date. (49) 
Periodical articles in German, American, and Swed- 
ish periodicals and Government publications are 
included. The arrangement is by subject and a 
descriptive note is added. The annual index contains 
reference to these articles under large general subject 
as silviculture, and also under the specific subject of 
the article. 

MAPS. 
American geographical society. Bulletin, monthly. 
New maps, monthly, 1903-date. (70) 

The list is classified by country. The place where 
the map may be obtained is given, the author, scale 
and descriptive and critical notes. Maps appearing 
in journals are included. In the index to each volume 
reference is made to these items, both vmder the name 
of country and under the heading Maps, new. 
Geographical journal, monthly. 

New maps, monthly. 1893-date. (71) 

The list is prepared by E. A. Reeves, Map curator 
of the Royal geographical society. The classification 
is first by continent, then by coimtry. The informa- 
tion given is in regard to publisher, scale and price; a 
descriptive and critical note is added. Maps pub- 
lished in or with periodicals are indexed. The index 
to each volume refers to these maps both under 
country and under Maps, new. 

MATHEMATICS 
American mathematical society. Bulletin, monthly, ex- 
cept Jtily and August. (72) 
Annual list of papers read before the American 
mathematical society and subsequently published, 



including references to the places of their publication, 
annual, July 1895-date. 

This list appears in the July number and includes 
German, American, Italian and French periodicals 
and Transactions of societies. The entries are not 
listed in the annual index. "This bibliography con- 
tains what is most worth while in American mathe- 
matical literature." 

Jahrbuch uber^die fortschritte der mathematik, 3 ntmi- 
bers a year, 1868-date. (73) 

This periodical is entirely devoted to the bibli- 
ography of mathematics in the broadest sense. There 
is a list of the publications examined, alphabetically 
arranged. The list includes German-, Italian, English, 
American and French periodicals. Proceedings of 
societies, reprints. Annual reports and Bulletins. In 
the contents the scheme of classification is given with 
the page of the bibliography where it may be found. 
At the end there is an author index. The list is 
classified by large subjects with sub-divisions. There 
are full annotations. 

R37ue semestrielle des publications mathematiques, 

semi-annual, 1893-date. (74) 

The arrangement is by country with sub-arrange- 
ment of magazines indexed. Each number has an 
author and a subject index and a list of publications 
indexed. Journals from all over the world are in- 
cluded, as well as Proceedings and Transactions of 
societies. In some cases there is a short abstract of 
the paper, in others an imsigned descriptive note. 
No annual index is provided. 

Mathematics, see also (105 A). 
Mechanics, see (105B). 



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MEDICINE 
Index medicos, monthly, 1879-99, 1903-date. (75) 

Its scope is very broad. "It contains in classified 
form everything published throughout the world, 
month by month, which treats of medicine or public 
hygiene. The latter subject comprises all that con- 
cerns the public health in its mxmicipal, national and 
international relations. The work of biologic and 
pathologic laboratories . . . forms a prominent part 
of the Index medicus." Carnegie institution Year book, 
1904, p. 95. 

The Index medicus is "a monthly classified record 
of the current medical literature of the world." It is 
edited by Robert Fletcher and Fielding H. Garrison. 
"The classification adopted ... is based as far as 
possible upon the latest accepted views in medicine." 
Index medicus, Jan. 1903, 1: 1. The classification is 
by large subject with sub-divisions and these are sub- 
divided as often as necessary. The books are placed 
fiirst, followed by the periodical articles from all over 
the world. In 1904 1,400 periodicals were regularly 
indexed. Transactions of societies and congresses are 
included. There are no annotations. Cross refer- 
ences are sometimes used. An annual index to authors 
and subjects is issued. There is little duplication of 
Poole or of the Readers' guide. 

Schmidt's jahrbucher der in-und auslandischen gesamm- 
ten medicin, monthly. 

Auszuge, monthly, 1899. (First volume in library)- 
date. (76) 

The bibliography is classed by large subject. Monthly 
there are long signed abstracts. The bibliography 
cumulates every three months for the entire time but 
the abstracts are not repeated. In the December 
number there is a cumulation for the entire year which 
has a classed arrangement as in the monthly list. 
There is a subject index with an author index follow- 
ing. Magazines in German, English, Italian, French, 
Bulletins of universities and Proceedings of societies 
are included. The larger part of the magazines are 
not indexed in Poole or in the Readers' guide. 

Metallurgy, see (44), (79). 

Meteorology, see (105F). 

MICROSCOPY 

Zeitschrift fur wissenschaftliche mikroskopie und fur 
mikroskopische technik, quarterly. 
Referate, quarterly, 1890-date. (77) 

This list is classed by large subject. Books and 
magazines in French, German and English are included 
but no Transactions of societies are indexed. The 
signed annotations vary in length from a few lines to 
several pages. There is an annual index of authors 
and subjects. 

Neue literatur, quarterly, 1890-date. 

The classification for this list is the same as for the 
preceding, but in the same number of the periodical 
the classifications are not always identical. French, 
German, English, American and Italian magazines 
are indexed and Proceedings of societies. Many 
journals slightly known are included. The entries 
seem to be those not considered important enough to 
place in the Referate. There are no annotations. 
The annual index does not refer to these items. 

Microscopy, see also (120). 

MILITARY ART AND SCIENCE 

Journal U. S. artillery, bi-monthly. 

Index to current military literature, bi-monthly, 1896- 
date. (78) 

Since July, 1904, this index has formed a separate 
supplement. The arrangement is by large subject 
with needful divisions. The periodicals to which 
reference is made are arranged alphabetically imder 
coimtry: Austria, England, France, Germany, Italy, 



Portugal, Russia, Scandinavia, Spain, Switzerland, 
Belgium, United States and miscellaneous. Trans- 
actions and Proceedings of societies of many of the 
cotmtries are also included. No annotations and no 
annual index are provided. 

MINERALOGY 
School of mines, quarterly. 

Metallurgical abstracts, quarterly. April 1907-date. 

(79) 

This list is compiled by William Campbell. Classifi- 
cation is by large subject. German, French, American 
and English magazines are included as well as Bulletins 
and Proceedings of societies. The unsigned annota- 
tions give a good idea of the article. There is an 
annual index noting under Metallurgical abstracts all 
entries given during the year. A few of the magazines 
are included in Poole and in the Readers' guide. 
Abstracts-analytical chemistry. 1889-date. 

This list IS compiled by E. Walker. There is no 
subject classification. German, American, English 
and Italian magazines, Proceedings and Bulletins of 
societies are indexed. There are fairly long unsigned 
annotations. The annual index lists these items under 
analytical chemistry. There is little duplication with 
Poole's index or with the Readers' guide. 
Mineralogy, see also (105G). 

(THE) ORIENT 
Orientalische bibliographie, irregular, 1888-date. (80) 

The table of contents shows the scheme of classifi- 
cation which is by subject. There are occasional 
short descriptive annotations. German, French, Eng- 
lish, Dutch, Italian, Russian and American magazines. 
Proceedings of societies, and dissertations are included. 
Each item is given a number to which reference is 
made in the author index. 

ORNITHOLOGY 

Auk, quarterly. 

Recent literature, quarterly, 1884-date. (81) 

There is no classed arrangement in this list. Books, 
separates, Bulletins of different departments of the 
United States, Proceedings of learned societies and 
magazine articles on birds, wherever they appear, are 
indexed. The magazines included are in the English 
language. There are long signed critical and descrip- 
tive annotations. The annual index includes the 
authors' names but not the subjects. There is little 
duplication with Poole or with the Readers' guide. 

Bird-lore, bi-monthly. 

(The) ornithological magazines, bi-monthly, 1903- 
date. (82) 
This list is arranged alphabetically by name of 
magazine. Scientific American magazines only are 
included, and only the most important articles are 
mentioned. No Society proceedings are included. 
There are short annotations. The magazines are not 
indexed in Poole. 

Pateontology, see (56), (105K). 

Pathology, see (20), (93), (94), (105Q), (106). 

Peace, see (62). 

PHILOLOGY 

Archiv fur das stadium der neueren sprachen and 
literaturen, quarterly. 
Verzeichnis der eingelaufenen druckschriften, quar- 
terly, 1900-date. (83) 
The entry is imder the name of the magazine. The 
leading articles of the philological magazines of the 
United States, England, Italy and France are given. 
Dissertations of American and German universities, 
monographs published by different imiversities and 
books are included. No Society publications are in- 
dexed. There is no abstract or annotation. Many 
of the magazines are not in Poole. 

Philology, see also (27), (102). 



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PHILOSOPHY 

Mind, quarterly. 

Philosophical periodicals, quarterly, 1892-date. (84) 

The entry is under the name of the magazine. Many 
of the same magazines are indexed in successive nvun- 
bers, including those of Germany, France, England, 
Italy and United States. Proceedings of societies are 
omitted. The annotations are rather short. The 
annual index enters the references given under name 
of magazine. Many of the periodicals are not indexed 
in Poole. 
Philosophical review, bi-monthly. 

Svmimaries of articles, bi-monthly, 1892-date. (85) 

The literatiu^e indexed is classed imder large divi- 
sions, as Logic and metaphysics, and Psychology. 
Certain psychological and philosophical publications 
are always indexed but articles appearing in popular 
magazines or elsewhere are also mentioned. Ameri- 
can, German, French, Italian and English magazines 
are included but Society publications are omitted. 
The signed annotations are descriptive. The anniial 
index is arranged for the most part by subject and in- 
cludes the articles in the summaries. Few of the 
periodicals are given in Poole. 
Bevue neo-scholastique, quarterly. 

Sommaire iddologique des ouvrages et des revues de 
philosophic, quarterly, July 1895-date. (86) 

The table of contents shows the scheme of classifica- 
tion which is a modification of the decimal classifica- 
tion. The bibliography attempts to cover all new 
books and articles in about seventy-five magazines, 
including those of France, Germany, England, Italy, 
Belgium, Russia and the United States. No annota- 
tions and no annual index. 

PHYSICS 
Annalen der physik. Bieblatter, monthly, 1877-date. 

(87) 

This publication is entirely a bibliography of physics 
and related sciences. The classification is by rather 
large subject with no sub-divisions. German, French, 
English and American scientific magazines are indexed 
as well as Proceedings of societies. The signed anno- 
tations are long. There is a table of contents and 
author index in each number and an annual author 
index. Few of the magazines are indexed in Poole. 
Fortschritte der physik, annual, 1845-date. (88) 

This bibliography is divided into three parts, each 
containing a minute classification of the one or two 
large divisions of physics covered. The subject 
classification is given at the beginning of each part. 
Each subdivision of parts one and two contains, 1, 
references with long annotations; 2, references with 
brief notes. These two parts have the index of authors 
and of subjects in one list. Part three has only the 
long annotations and a separate index. Disserta- 
tions, Transactions of societies and periodicals in Eng- 
lish, German, French, Italian and other languages are 
included. 
Science abstracts, monthly, 1898-date. (89) 

This bibliography is issued in two parts. A, Physics, 
B, Electrical engineering. 

Each number contains abstracts of technical articles 
appearing in periodicals, arranged under large sub- 
jects. Each abstract is numbered. German, Italian, 
American, English and French magazines are searched 
for material, as well as Proceedings of societies in many 
languages. 

Each large subject as Telegraphy and telephony has 
two parts: 

1. Abstracts, which are signed and often a page in 
length. 

2. References, which seems to differ from part 1 
only in the length of the abstracts, which are notice- 
ably shorter. 



There is a table of contents at the beginning of each 
number and also a list of proper names including 
both the writers of the articles and those mentioned 
in the abstracts. At the end of the year there are 
two indexes, for each of the divisions A and B; 

1 . A minute subject index, alphabetically arranged, 
with occasional cross-references. 

2. An author list with the same scope as the month- 
ly author list. 

The reference is made to the number of the abstract 
and not to the page. There is practically no dupli- 
cation with Poole. 

Zeitschrift fur instrumentknnde, monthly. • 

Referate, monthly, 1883-date. (90) 

There is no classed or alphabetical arrangement in 
this list. Periodicals in English, French and German 
and Society publications are entered. There are long 
signed annotations in German. The annual index 
enters the items of the Referate both under author 
and subject. 

Physics, see also (lOoC). 

PHYSIOLOGY 

Bibliographia physiologica. 

Beiblatt zum Zentralblatt fur physiologie. (91) 

This publication is edited by the Concilium bibli- 
ographicum in Zurich. The arrangement is under 
rather large subject. German, English, American, 
French and Italian periodicals. Government and State 
publications and Proceedings of Societies are included. 
Occasionally there is a short descriptive note in the 
language of the article cited. Little duplication with 
Poole occurs. Annually a minute classification with 
an alphabetical key and an author index is provided. 

Jahresbericht uber die fortschritte der physiologie, 
annual, 1892-date. (92) 

The bibliography is arranged first by large subject 
with necessary subdivisions. The table of contents 
is a key to the classification. Books and periodicals 
published in France, Germany, England, America, 
Italy and Russia, and Proceedings of societies of many 
countries, and monographs are indexed. Each item 
in the bibliography is numbered and reference is made 
to this number in the short signed annotations follow- 
ing. There is an author index at the end. 

Jahresbericht uber die fortschritte der tier-chemie oder 
der physiologischen und pathalogischen chemie, 
annual, 1871-date. (93) 

The classification of the material indexed is by large 
subject. The bibliography includes books. Disserta- 
tions, Transactions and Proceedings of societies and 
periodical articles in French, German and English. 
The magazine articles are indicated by a star. There 
are signed annotations for the books and for the more 
important periodical articles. The items of the bibli- 
ography are assigned numbers and reference to the 
annotations is made by these numbers. There is an 
author and subject-index arranged alphabetically. 
As the periodicals are largely foreign, they are not 
indexed in Poole. 

Journal de physiologie et de pathologie generale, bi- 
monthly. 

Analyses, bi-monthly, 1899-date. (94) 

The classed arrangement by rather small subject is 
followed in this list. A list of the periodicals indexed., 
classified under the language of the periodical, is given 
in each issue and each periodical has a number assigned 
to it. In 1908 the list numbered one himdred and six- 
teen periodicals including those in German, French, 
Italian, Russian, English and Spanish. Plates, etc., 
are mentioned. Books are included but Proceedings 
of societies are omitted. Long signed annotations are 
given even for the periodical articles. There is no 
monthly index, but at the end of the volume, there is 
both an author and a subject index. Few of the 
magazines are indexed in Poole 
Physiology, see aUo (14), (75), (99), (100), (106Q). 



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American Business Man. Chicago. Discontinued with 
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Arboriculture. Connersville, Ind. Discontinued with 
vol. 8, no. 4, O. 1909. 

Archief voor de Java-suikerindustrie. Soerabaia. Changed 
to Archief voor de suikerindustrie in Nederlandsch- 
Indie with vol. 17, no. 7, Jl. 1909. 

Architectural Review. Boston. Discontinued with vol. 
15, N. 1909. 

Astronomical Journal. Cambridge, Mass. Suspended 
S. 1908. Resumed D. 1909, Afbany, N. Y. 

Astronomische Rundschau. Lussinpiccolo. Discon- 
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Conservation. Washington, D. C. Changed to American 

Forestry with vol. 16, no. 1, Ja. 1910. 
Contract News. Chicago. Merged in Engineering- 
Contracting with N. 3, 1909. 
Detroit Churchman. Detroit. Changed to Michigan 

Churchman with vol. 14, no. 1, D. 1908. 
Electrochemical and Metallurgical Industry. New York. 

Changed to Metallurgical and Chemical Engineering 

with vol. 8, no. 1, Ja. 1910. 
Engineering Digest, The. New York. Consolidated with 

Industrial Engineering and called Industrial Engineer- 
ing and The Engineering Digest, with vol. 7, no. 1, 

Ja. 1910. 
Essex Antiquarian. Salem, Mass. Discontinued with 

O. 1909. 
Fellowship. Los Angeles. Discontinued with vol. 5, 

no. 9, S. 1909. Merged in Twentieth Centviry Magazine, 

Boston. 
Illustrierte aeronautische Mitteilungen. Berlin. Changed 

to Deutsche Zeitschrift fur Huftschiffahrt, with vol. 

14, no. 1, Ja. 1910. 
Indian Craftsman, The. Carlisle, Pa. Changed to The 

Red Man with vol. 2, no. 6, F. 1910. 
I nternationaler phytopathologischer Dienst. Stuttgart. 

Discontinued with vol. 1, no. 4, 1908. 
Iowa Masonic Library. Occasional Bulletin. Cedar 

Rapids, la. Suspended from Ja. 1907 to N. 1909. 
Lasker's Chess Magazine. New York. Discontinued 

with vol. 9, no. 2, Ja. 1910. 
Midland Naturalist. Notre Dame, Ind. Changed to 

American Midland Naturalist with vol. 1, no. 5, 

D. 1909. 
National Congress of Mothers Magazine. Philadelphia. 

Changed to Child- Welfare Magazine with vol 4, no. 4, 

D. 1909. 
Nature Aid. Los Angeles. Changed to Fetter's Natural 

Aid with vol. 2, no. 11-12, N.-D. 1909. 
Neue Frauentracht Munich. Discontinued with vol. 6, 

no. 12, D. 1909. 
New Magazine. New York. Discontinued with vol. 6, 

no. 5, My. 1909. 
Ohio Mechanics' Institute. Quarterly Journal. Cin- 
cinnati. Changed to Bulletin, mo., with vol. 5, no. 3, 

D. 1909. 
Optimist, The. New York. Discontinued with vol. 7, 

no. 1, O. 1909. 
Osterreichisches Wirtschaftspolitisches Archiv. Vienna. 

Discontinued with vol. 9, no. 12, D. 1909. 
Prism. Rochester, N. Y. Discontinued with vol. 2, 

no. 12, 1909. 
Profitable Advertising. Boston. Consolidated with 

The Selling Magazine, New York, and called Adver- 
tising and Selling, New York, with vol. 19, no. 1, 

Je. 1909. 
Putnam's Magazine. New York. Discontinued with 

vol. 7, no. 6, Mr. 1910. Merged in Atlantic Monthly. 
Railway Machinery. New York. Changed to Machinery, 

Railway Edition, with Ja. 1910. 
Revue Catholique des Eglises. Paris. Discontinued 

D. 1908. 
Rock Products. Stone Edition. Chicago. Changed to 

American Stone Trade with vol. 9, no. 6, Ja. 1910. 
Steam Motor Journal. Denver. After vol. 3, no. 6, 

S. 1909, called American Motor Journal. 
Street's Pandex of the News. New York. Discontinued 

with 1909. 
Telegraph Age. New York. Changed to Telegraph and 

Telephone Age with vol. 27, no. 1, Ja. 1, 1910. 
Tropical and Sub-tropical America. New York. Dis- 
continued with no. 5, Je. 1908. 
Van Norden Magazine. New York. Discontinued 

with vol. 6, no. 6, Mr. 1910. 
Washington Investigator. Kensington, Md. Changed 

to Washington Advocate with vol. 1, no. 4, Ja. 1, 1910. 
Zentralblatt fur Kunst-wissenschaftliche Literatur und 

Bibliographie. Leipzig. Discontinued with no. 10, 

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QUARTERLY MAGAZINE SUBJECT-INDEX, JAN.-MAR., J9J0 

(*B«iiis * oontiniuitlon of the M^guiixt Subject-Index, VoL 1, and Annuals tor 1908 and 1909 ) 
LIST OF PERIODICALS INDEXED, ABBREVIATIONS USED. 



Ap. Mo. African Monthly. Grahamstown. Mo. His. Col. 

Am. City. American City. N. Y. Moody. 

Am. Cath. Res. American Catholic Historical Researches. N. Music R. 

Phila. N. J. His. S. 
Am. Cath. His. S. Amer. Catholic Hist. Soc.Records. Phila. 

Am. For. American Forestry (formerly Conservation). N. Dak. M. 

Washington, D. C. O. Arch. Q. 

Am. J. Int. L. American Journal of Interna'l Law. N. Y. Old N. W. 

Am.J.Int.L.Supp. American Journal of International Law, 

Supplement. N. Y. Ore. His. Q. 

Am. Pol. Sci. American Political Science Review. Balto. Ox. & Camb. 

Americana. Americana. N. Y. Pac. Mo. 

Ann.Ia. Annals of Iowa. Des Moines. Pearson (N.Y.) 

Appalachia. Appalachia. Boston. Pa. M. 

Arch. & B. M. Architects' and Builders' Magazine. N.Y. Photo-M 

Bk. News. Book News Monthly. Phila. Pres. His. S. 

Bkman (Lond.) Bookman. London. 

Brickb. Brickbuilder. Boston. Print. Art 

BUL. Am. Rep. Bulletin of the Bureau of American Repub- Q. J. For. 

lies. Washington, D. C. Queen's Q. 

BuL. B. Bulletin of Bibliography. Boston. Recreation. 

Burl. M. Burlington Ma«azme. London and N. Y. ScH. Ed. 

Connoisseur. Connoisseur. London and N. Y. 

Ed. Bi-Mo. Educational Bi-Monthly. Chicago. Sci. Pro. 

Fla. His. S. Florida Historical Society Publications, Scot. His. R. 

Quarterly. Jacksonville. Sierra. 

For. Q. Forestry Quarterly. Cambridge, Mass. Soc. Am. For. 

Geog.Soc.Phila. Geographical Soc. of Philadelpnia,Bulletin. 

Gran. Mo. Granite Monthly. Concord, N. H. S. C. His. M. 

Gran. St. M. Granite State Magazine. Manchester, N.H. 

HoM. R. Homiletic Review. N. Y. Sub. L. 

House & G. House and Garden. N. Y. Sunset 

Ind. M. Indiana Quar. Mag. of Hist., Indianapolis, Tech. W. 

III. His. J. Illinois State Historical Society, Journal. Tex. His. Q. 

Springfield, 111. 

Ia. J. Iowa Jour, of Hist, and Politics. Iowa City. U. S. Cath. S. 

J. Am. His. Journal of American History. New York. 

J. His. Journal of History. Lamoni, la. Univ. M. 

KY. Reg. Kentucky State Historical Society Regis- Van N. 

ter. Frankfort. Va. M. 
Kind. M. Kindergarten Primary Magazine. N. Y. 

Md. His. M. Maryland Historical Magazine. Baltimore. Wash. His. Q. 

Mass. M. Massachusetts Magazine. Salem, Mass. W. Akch. 

Mazama. Mazama. Portland, Ore. Windsor. 

Met. M. Metropolitan Magazine. N.Y. Wis. Arch. 

Mo. His. R. Missouri Historical Review. Columbia. W.Work (Lond.) 



Missouri Hist. Soc, Collections. St. Louis. 

Moody's Magazine. N. Y. 

New Music Review. N. Y. 

New Jersey Historical Society Proceed- 
ings. Newark. 

North Dakota Magazine. Bismarck. 

Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quar. 

" Old Northwest " Genealogical Quarterly. 
Columbus. 

Oregon Hist. Society Quarterly. Portland. 

Oxford and Cambridge Review. London. 

Pacific Monthly. Portland, Ore. 

Pearson's Magazine. N. Y. 

Pennsylvania Magazine of History. Phila, 

Photo-Miniature. N. Y. 

Presbyterian Historical Society, Journal. 
Phila. 

Printing Art. Cambridge, Mass. 

Quarterly Journal of Forestry. London. 

Queen's Quarterly. Kingston, Ont. 

Recreation. N. Y. 

School and Home Education. Blooming- 
ton, 111. 

Science Progress. London. 

Scottish Historical Review. Glasgow. 

Sierra Club Bulletin. San Francisco. 

Society of American Foresters, Proceed- 
ings. Washington, D. C . 

South Carolina Historical and Genealogi- 
cal Magazine. Charleston. 

Suburban Life. N. Y. 

Sunset. San Francisco. 

Technical World. Chicago. 

Texas State Historical Association Quar- 
terly. Austin. 

U. S. Cath. Hist. Soc, Historical Records 
and Studies. N. Y. 

University Magazine. Montreal. 

Van Norden ^Iagazine. N. Y. 

Virginia Magazine of History and Biogra* 
pny. Richmond. 

Wasnington Historical Quarterly. Seattle. 

Western Architect. Minneapolis. 

Windsor Magazine. London. 

Wisconsin Archaeologist. Milwaukee. 

World's Work. London. 



Kxplanatory. Inclusive pages of articles indexed are given, making possible an accurate estimate of length. The volume, 
month and year are also given. 

"il." means illustrated. "por.", "pors.", mean with portrait, or portraits. "Portrait" means portrait only, no article. 

If an article concerning a person is marked " il." it means that among the illustrations there is no portrait, while " por." or 
" pors." would show that the only illustrations were portraits. 

A colon after an initial designates the most usual g^ven name, as per rule adopted by the A. L. A., and by both the Reader's 
Guide and Library Index. 

Continued stories and fiction by notable writers have been included under name of author. 

QUARTERLY MAGAZINE SUBJECT-INDEX, JAN.-MAR., 1910. 



Actors and Actresses. See Dramatic Index. 



Portrait in color. J. Am. 



Adams, Samuel, 1722-1823. 

His. 4: 53, Ja.'lO. 

Aerial navigation. Aviators of 1909 and their suc- 
cesses. F: A. Talbot, il. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 
160-73, Ja.'lO. 



Aerial navigation — {continued). 

— Conquest of the air. Mrs. F. N. Jackson, il. Con- 

noisseur 26: 99-104, F.'IO, and following issue. 

— First international aviation meet in America at Los 

Angeles, Gal. C. K. Field, il. Sunset 24: 245-52, 
Mr. '10. 

— Flying men -o' -war. P. W. Beck. il. Simset 24: 

253-8, Mr.' 10. 



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87 



Aerial navigation — (continued). 

— From one air-craft to another. A. C. Pillsbury. il. 

Simset 24: 343-6, Mr.' 10. 

— Great Britain. E. S. Willow's airship. A. Hamilton. 

il. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 429-31, Mr.'lO. 

— How it feels to fly. T : S. Baldwin. W. Work (Lond.) 

15: 127-30, Ja.'lO. 

— Law, Beginnings of an aerial. A. K. Kuhn. Am. J. 

Int. L. 4: 109-32, Ja.'lO. 

— Law of the air-ship. S. E. Baldwin. Am. J. Int. L. 

4: 95-108, Ja.'lO. 

— Schools for. German aeronautical school. A. Grande. 

il. Tech. W. 12: 556-7, Ja.'lO. 

— Western men who wovild fly P. P. Hand. il. Sun- 

set 24: 259-69, Mr.'lO. 

— John Wise and his experiments, 1850. Julia A. Lap- 

ham. Americana 5: 102-3, Ja.'lO. 
Africa, South. The South Africa Act, 1909 (text). Am. 
J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 1-39, Ja.'lO. 

— Comparative study of the South African constitution. 

L. H. Woolsey. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 1-82, Ja.'lO. 

— Government policy regarding natives. J. M. Buck- 

land. Af. Mo. 7: 114-35, Ja.'lO. 

— Its relation to the British Empire. A. H. Dimcan. 

Af. Mo. 7: 282-7, F.'IO. 
Africa, West. Sierra Leone. Pictures of life and work 

among the black men. D: M.Evans, il. Tech. W. 

12: 645-52, F.'IO. 
Agriculture. Agricultural co-operation, il. maps. W. 

Work (Lond.) 15: 399-411, Mr.'lO. 

— in the tropics. Willis, J. C. Agrictdture in the 

tropics (review). F. Watts. Sci. Pro. 4: 517-19, 

Ta.MO. 
Alaska. Agriculture, Wonders of. G. E. Mitchell, il. 

Tech. W. 12: 517-26. Ja.'lO. 
Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-88, and the Orchard House. 

por. N. B. Ripley, il. Bk. News 28: 509-11, 

Mr.'lO. 
Aliens. American public school as factor in international 

conciliation. Myra Kelly. Kind. M. 23: 169-70. 

Ja.'lO, and following issues. 
American forestry association. 29th annual meeting. 

Wash., D. C, Ja. 18-9, 1910. il. Am. For. 16: 91- 

100, F.'IO.— Program. Am. For. 16: 41, Ja.'lO. 
Animals. In a zoo with a camera. L. W. Brownell. il. 

Recreation 31: 8-11, Ja '10. 
Appalachian mountains. Forests. Hon. Curtis Guild, 

Jr. U. Am. For. 16: 67-74, F.'IO. 

— forests and streams. Connection between. J: H. 

Finney. Am. For. 16: 109-10. F.'IO. 
Arbitration. Compulsory arbitration at second Hague 

conference. H. Lammasch. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 83- 

94. Ja.'lO. 
Arctic exploration. North Pole discovered by Peary. 

M. A. Henson. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 353-8, Mr.'lO. 
Arkansas. Recent development. W. W. Dudley, il. 

Tech. W. 12: 653-62, F.'IO. 
Armories. Ck>nnecticut state armory and arsenal, il. 

Arch. & B. M. 42: 135-9, Ja.'lO. 
Art and artists. Art in higher grades schools. Mary B. 

Livingston. Ed Bi-Mo. 4: 175-9, F.'IO.— P. H. 

Sloan. Ed. Bi-Mo. 4: 182-90, F.'IO. 
Art Collections. French portrait drawings in collection 

of late G: Salting. L. Dimier. Burl. M. 16: 223-5, 

Ja.'lO. 

— Gardner collection. Drawings and prints of old Lon- 

don. Connoisseur 26: 117-18, F.'IO. 

— Lady Wantage's collection of pictures. Lady Vic- 

tona Manners, il. Connoisseur 25: 195-205, D. '09, 

and following issue. 
Asquith, H. H. Great Britain. Prime ministers, por. 

W. Work (Lond.) 15: 343-7. Mr.'lO. 
Asters, for the million. M. A. Nichols, il. House & G. 

17: 117, Mr.'lO. 
Astronomy. Meteoric. W. F. Denning. Sci. Pro. 4: 

444-56, Ja.'lO. 
Australia. Constitution act. Commonwealth of, 1900 

(text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 71-98, Ja.'lO. 
Authors. Literary losses in 1909. W. J. Price, il. 

Bk News 28: 335-40. Ja.'lO. 



Automobile driving. Motoring on winter roads. V. W. 

Page, il. Sub. L. 10: 61-2. F.'IO. 
Automobile garages for the country or suburban home, 

C. M. Winslow. il. plans. House & G. 17: 92-4. 
Mr.'lO. 

— Unique brick and concrete. A. L. Blessing, il. 

Sub. L. 10: 13, Ja.'lO. 
Automobiles. Cost and use of, compared with horses. 
Mabel O. Wright. Sub. L. 10: 68, F.'IO. 

— Gasolene or oats — which? J: R. Reynolds Sub. L. 

10: 69-70, F.'IO. 

— A two-wheeled automobile. C. L. Edholm. il. Tech. 

W. 12: 538-9, Ja.'lO. 
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1760. His Magnificat in 

D. H. E. Krehbiel. N. Music R. 9: 147, F.'IO. 
Ballot. The "short ballot" plan. Am. City 2: 81-2, 

F.'IO. 

— The simplification of politics. J. W. Wadsworth, Jr. 

Am. City 2: 129-32, Mr.'lO- 
Bank buildings. Worcester, Mass. Worcester County 

institution for savings, il. plan. W. Arch. 15: 

F.'IO. 
Banks and banking. Canadian banks. H. M. P. 

Eckardt. il. Moody 9: 198-206, Mr.'lO. 

— Central bank plan. J. C. Welliver. Pearson (N. Y.) 

23: 170-6, F.'IO. 

— New York city. Merger of banks, il. Moody 9: 130-2 

F.'IO. 
Bavaria. Forestry in, and tour of Royal Scottish arbori- 

cultural society, il. Q. J. For. 4: 1-9, Ja.'lO. 
Baxter, George, 1804 — . Engraver, and his work. por. 

C. Himt. il. Connoisseur 26: 170-4, Mr.'lO, and 

following issues. 
Beach, Rex. With interest to date (story), il. Met. M. 

31: 437-44, Ja.'lO. 
Becknell, Capt. Thomas. Journals, from Boone's Lick to 

Santa F6 and from Santa Cruz to Green river. "W: 

Becknell." Mo. His. R. 4: 65-84, Ja.'lO. 
Beer. "That bad beverage, beer." A. J. Brown. Sci. 

Pro. 4: 366-75, Ja.'lO. 
Bees as an aid to Caufomia's fig indxistry. J: L. Ojwan. 

Sunset 24: 296-305, Mr.'lO. 

— Honey, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 229-46, F.'IO. 
Belts. Steel belts for power transmission. Dr. A. 

Gradenwitz. il. Tech. W. 12: 553-5, Ja.'lO. 
Berries, Success in growing. H. S. Rogers, il. Sub. L. 

10: 139, Mr.'lO. 
Bethel, Mo. History of. E.White, il. Americana 5: 

88-93, Ja.'lO. 
Bible. Its distribution and sale. D. A. Willey. il. 

Bk News 28: 519-24, Mr '10. 

— Its loss and gain by modem research. J. A. Beet. 

Hom. R. 59: 97-102, F.'IO. 
Billboards. Cincinnati. New billboard regulations. J. W. 
Peck. Am. City 2: 11-14, Ja.'lO. 

— Cincinnati, Report of Committee on municipal art, 

Business men s club. Am. City 2: 14-15, Ja.'lO. 

— Complications of the billboard problem. Am. City 2 : 

79-80. F.'IO. 

— St. Louis, Billboard advertising, il. Am. City 2: 

110-14, Mr.'lO. 

Biology. Hydrobiology. Recent investigations. J. John- 
stone, il. maps. Sci. Pro. 4: 474-91, Ja. 10, and 
following issues. 

Birds, of Kentucky, il. C: W. Beckham. Ky. Reg. 8: 
Ja.'lO, 11-24. 

Blindness. Unnecessarily blind babies. J. J. M'Carthy. 
il. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 268-77, F.'IO. 

Boggs, Lilbum W., 1794-1860. Ex-governor of Mis- 
souri. Sketch. W: M. Boggs. Mo. His. R. 4: 
106-10, Ja.'lO. 

Boldini, Giovanni. Portrait painter. G. C. Teall. il. 
Met. M. 31: 521-6. Ja.'lO. 

Bombay, India. Improving the port, by reclamation of 
bay shore. A. Norton, il. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 
414-7, Mr.'lO. 

Bonds. Low rate, passing of. M. Rollins. Moody 9: 
125-9, F.'IO. 



88 



Bulletin of BibIiog:raphy. 



Vol. 6 No. 8 



Bonds — {continued). 

— Municipal bonds. F: E. Vogelin. Moody 9: 171-79, 

Mr. '10. 

— Timber bonds as an investment. F: Lownhaupt. 

Moody 9: 31-4, Ja.'lO. 
Book-cases. Taking care of the books. R. Fisher, il. 

House & G. 17: 56-8, F.'IO. 
Books and book-making. The book of today and the 

book of tomorrow. H. L. Koopman. Print. Art 

14: 413-5, F.'IO. 

— Typeset book ornaments. L. F. Day. il. Print. 

Art 14: 333-8, Ja.'lO. 
Boston, Mass. City election and the victory of Mayor 
Fitzgerald. H: M. Wing. il. Van N. 6: 638-42, 
Mr.'lO. 

— First result of political reform. G. P. Anderson. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 421-8, Mr.'lO. 

— Night resorts and dens of Boston. C. Hovey. il. 

Alet. M. 31: 708-16, Mr.'lO. 

— Two himdred and twenty years ago. Mary J. Jacques. 

Americana 5: 67-79, Ja.'^lO. 
Boughton, Rutland, 1878-. Composer, por. W. Work 

(Lond.) 15: 323-6, F.'IO. 
Boys' clubs. Massachusetts civic conference, Second. 

E. T. Hartman. Am. City 2: 31-2, Ja.'lO. 
Brazil. Trip to Paulo Affonso Falls, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 

30: 66-82, Ja.'lO. 
Bridges. Modem bridge building. F: A. Talbot, il. 

W. Work (Lond.) 15: 285-99, F.'IO. 
Brown, John, 1800-59. Last days of. Catherine F. 

Cavanagh. Americana 5: 201-10, F.'IO. 

— Official report of his raid upon Harper's Ferry. J: B. 

Floyd. Ore. His. Q. 10: 314-24, S.'09. 
Brown, Dr. John, 1810-82. Author of Rab and his 

friends, por. J. G. Wilson. Bk. News 28: 516-18, 

Mr.'lO. 
Brunanburh, Battle of. Site of. J. Wilson. Scot. His. 

R. 7: 212-14, Ja.'lO. 
Buckingham, James, 1831-1908, and his ancestors, por. 

S: C. Derby. Old N. W. 13: 1-8, Ja.'lO. 
Budget. German doctrine of. W. J. Shepard. Am. 

Pol. Sci. 4: 52-62, F.'IO. 
Bulbs. Save potted bulbs for garden bloom. I. M. 

Angell. il. House & G. 17: 59, xv-xvi, F.'IO. 
Bungalows. Two btmgalows for cold climates. A. L. 

Blessing, il. Sub. L. 10: 23, Ja.'lO. 

— Los Angeles, Cal. BungalowofT: Murphy, il. plan. 

W. Arch. 15: Mr.'lO. 
Cactus. Fuel and light from the pitahaya cactus. H. H. 

Dunn. il. Tech. W. 12: 563-4, Ja.'lO. 
California. Calaveras skull. True story of. J: C. Mer- 

riam. il. Sunset 24: 153-8, F.'IO. 

— Cotton-growing in the Imperial Valley, California. 

W. J. Hall. il. Sunset 24: 173-5, F.'^IO. 

— Sacramento Valley grain farms. M. Bennett, il. 

Sunset 24: 100-4, Ja.'lO. 

— Vintage day at ^Etna Springs. Flora W. Colbum. 

il. Stmset 24: 206-10, F.'IO. 

— Viticulture in California. G. C. Husmann. il. Svm- 

set 24: 132-7, F.'IO. 
Canoes and canoeing. Becoming a canoeist at forty-two. 
W: P. Kirkwood. il. Recreation 31 : 117-19, Mr.'lO. 

— Missouri river. Following Lewis and Clark. F: C. 

Todd. il. Recreation 31: 66-8, F.'IO. 
Canada. Parliament of Canada act, 1875 (text). Am. 

J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 69-70, Ja.'lO. 
Cezanne. French artist. Sketch of. por. M. Denis, il. 

Burl. M. 16: 207-19, Ja.'lO, and foUowing issues. 
Chicago, IlL Bibliography of. Ed. Bi-Mo. 4: 222-8, 

F.'IO. 
Child labor. United States. South, The mill child's 

advantages. R. W. WooUey. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 

359-67, Mr.'lO. 
Children. In America, First English. Sally N. Robins. 

J. Am. His. 4: 73-6, Ja.'lO. 

— and art. Mrs. J. W. Edgerly. Kind. M. 23: 212-3, 

Mr.'lO 

— Scientific motherhood. Frances M. Bjorkman. il. 

Van N. 6: 513-20, F.'IO. 



Children — (continued). 

— Suburban and city child. W: S. Sadler, il. Sub. L. 

10: 66, F.'IO. 
China-cupboards. Nine types of built-in china-cupboards. 

il. House & G. 17: 98, Mr.'lO. 
Christianity and social ideals. G: A. Coe. Hom. R. 59: 

105-9, F.'IO. 
Church architecture. Kansas City, Mo. Independent 

Christian church, il. W. Arch. 15: Mr.'lO. 

— Los Angeles, Cal. Second Church of Christ Scientist. 

il. W. Arch. 15: Mr.'lO. 
Churches. Denominationalism. A. J. Brasted. Hom. 

R. 59: 32-4, Ja.'lO. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. The civic plan of Cincinnati. G. E. 

Kessler. il. plans, map. Am. City 2; 3-7, Ja.'lO. 
Cincinnati, The Society of the. History of. W : J. Roe. 

Americana 5: 169-76, F.'IO. 
Cities. Planning and laying out. Cincinnati Plan. 

G. E. Kessler. il. plans, map. Am. City 2: 3-7, 

Ja.'lO. 

— Planning and laying out. Triggs, H.I. Town plan- 

ning, past, present and possible (review). Am City 
2: 95-6, F.'IO. 
Civic conferences. Massachusetts civic league. Eleventh 
annual meeting. E. T. Hartman. Am. City 2: 79- 
81, F.'IO. 

— The Massachusetts second civic conference. E. T. 

Hartman. Am. City 2: 29-32, Ja.'lO. 
Civic improvement. Good taste in public places. J. H. 

McFarland. il. Sub. L. 10: 127, Mr.'lO. 
Clerks. German clerical societies. W. Work (Lond.) 

15: 231-6, F.'IO. 
Collecting. Gentle art of picking up. Mrs. W. Hodgson. 

il. Connoisseur 26: 91-7, F.'IO. 

— Miscellaneous collecting. H. J. Jennings, il. Con- 

noisseur 26: 35-9, Ja.^10. 

Colleges and universities. Maine. University of Maine. 
G: W. Chamberlain, il. Americana 5: 1-15, Ja.'lO. 

Color. Instruction in color in schools. L. W. Wilson. 
Ed. Bi-Mo. 4: 191-6, F.'IO. 

Comets. Chambers, G. F., The story of the comets (re- 
view). Sci. Pro. 4: 511-12, Ja.'lO. 

— Halley's comet. Windsor 31: 531-4, Mr.'lO. 

— Religious significance of. F: Campbell, il. Hom. 

R. 59: 10-3, Ja.'lO. 

Commerce. United States. Waning trade balance. C: 
F. Speare. Moody 9: 91-2, F.'IO. 

Competiton. Cut-throat, Elimination of. J. B. Mans- 
field. Moody 9: 145-7, F.'IO. 

Concord, N. H. Congregational Union and its churches. 
J. B. Walker, il. Gran. Mo. 42: 7-12, Ja.'lO. 

Concrete in the garden. R.Marshall, il. Sub. L. 10: 141, 
Mr.'lO. 

Conservation. Bill introduced in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, Jl.23,1909, by Mr. Weeks. Am. For. 16: 
42-4, Ja.'lO. 

— Shall the land looters escape? A. C. Laut. il. Tech. 

W. 13: 3-15, Mr.'lO. 
Consular service. Regulations governing appointments 

and promotions in the diplomatic service, Executive 

order No. 1143, 1909 (text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 

4: 99-102, Ja.'lO. 
Cook, Dr. Frederick A. Faker. K. Decker, il. Met. 

M. 31:417-35, Ja.'lO. 
Com. A new kind of com. R. Franklin, il. Tech. W. 13 : 

88, Mr.'lO. 
Cornwall. Picturesque. Frances Irwin, il. Bk. News 

28: 330-4, Ja.'lO. 
Cost of living. Consequences of advancing prices. J : F. 

Crowell. Moody 9: 99-104, F.'IO. 

— Reasons for high cost. F. Tilden. il. Van N. 6: 604- 

16, Mr.'lO. 
Cotton in Califomia. C. L. Edholm. il. Tech. W. 13: 
63-5, Mr.'lO. 

— New Orleans cotton exchange. C. E. Fenner. il. 

Moody 9: 10-15, Ja.'lO. 
Couch, Arthur Thomas Quiller-, (Q), 1863-. Author. 
Edna B. Holman. il. Bk. News 28: 323-9, 
Ta.'lO. 



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Apr., 19 10 



Magazine Subject-Index 



89 



Country clubs. Housing the Country club. J. W. Fox. 
il. Sub. L. 10: 73-4. F.'IO. 

— Planning a coiuitry clubhouse. J. Rogers, il. Sub. 

L. 10: 130, Mr.'lO. 
Country homes. A land-lover and his land. Martha 
McCulloch-Williams. U. Sub. L. 10: 9-10, Ja.'lO. 

— Twenty miles from Boston. Grace A. M. Clark, il. 

Sub L. 10: 75-6, F.'IO. 
Court houses. Cartago, Costa Rica. The palace of jus- 
tice, il. Bul. Am. Rep. 30: 378-84, Mr.'lO. 

— Duluth, Minn. St. Louis Co. Court house, il. W. 

Arch. 15: Ja.'lO. 

— New Haven, Conn. New Haven Co. Court house, il. 

W. Arch. 15: 21, F.'IO. 

Crime and criminals. Book published by the Prison er- 
form league publishing co., Los Angeles, Cal. (re- 
view). C: E. S. Wood. Pac. Mo. 23: 318-24, Mr.'lO. 

Curtains for the summer home. Margaret Greenleaf. 
il. House & G. 17: 106-7, xiv-xv, Mr.'lO. 

D'Annemours, Chevalier Charles Francois-Adrien le 
Paulmier, 1742-. French envoy to U. S. Md. His. 
M. 5: 38-45, Mr.'lO. 

Daughters of the American revolution. Indiana society. 
Eliza G. Browning. Ind. M. 5: 181-2, D.'09. 

— Molly Reid chapter, N. H. il. Gran. Mo. 42: 39-48, 

F.'IO. 

Davisville, N. H. "Township No. 1." J: E. Beane. il. 
Gran. Mo. 42: 14-22, Ja.'lO. 

De Quincey, Thomas, 1786-1859. His ideas on music. 
S. Grew. N. Music R. 9: 138-42, F.'IO. 

Delius, Frederick, 1863-. Composer. H. AntclifEe. N. 
Music R. 9: 83-5, Ja.'lO. 

Derby family. Darby, John, of Marblehead, and descend- 
ants. S: C. Derby. Old N. W. 13: 37-42, Ja.'lO. 

De Smet, Pierre Jean. In the Oregon country. E. V. 
O'Hara. Ore. His. Q. 10: 239-62, S.'09. 

Dining-room. Decorating the cheerfvJ. Mabel T. Priest- 
man, il. Sub. L. 10: 77-9, F.'IO. 

Dogs. Buying. F. T. Carlton, il. Recreation 31: 72-3, 
F.'IO. 

— Great Danes and Bloodhounds. F. Carlton, il. Sub. 

L. 10: 15-16, Ja.'lO. 
Domestic economy. New science of home-making. May 
L. Cheney. Sunset 24: 280-3, Mr.'lO. 

— Columbia University, School of household arts. il. 

Arch. & B. M. 42: 140-5, Ja.'lO. 

— Suburban home where there is no maid. Caroline F. 

Benton. Sub. L. 10: 67, F.'IO. 
Doorways. Entrance doorways. Nine types of. il. 

House & G. 17: 13, Ja.'lO. 
Drama. See Dramatic Index. 
Dramatic Index. (See alphabet following.) 
Ducks. Shooting from a breakwater. W. M. Newsom. il. 

Recreation 31: 114-16, Mr.'lO. 
Eagles. Tackling the American eagle with a camera. 

G. L. Britten, il. Recreation 31: 15-16, Ja.'lO. 
Edmundsbury, S. 0. Historical sketch. H. A. M. 

Smith, map. S. C. His. M. 11: 42-6, Ja.'lO. 
Education. Discioline. Saving the exceptional cases. 

Angelina W. Wray. Sch. Ed. 29: 160-4, Ja.'lO. 

— Elementary school, Neglect of three R's in. Bertha 

W. Ferguson. Sch. Ed. 29: 150-6, Ja.'lO. 

— The greater school. L. H. Gulick. Sch. Ed. 29 : 225- 

32, Mr.'lO. 

— Moral. Kind. M. 23: 151-3, Ja.'lO. 

Egypt and India, The brown races of. L. P. Weale. il. 

W. Work (Lond.) 15: 142-59, Ja.'lO. 
Elevators. Grain elevators, Portable. F. C. Whitwell. il. 

W. Work (Lond.) 15: 334-6, F.'IO. 
Embroideries. An old English embroidery of Justice and 

Peace. U. W. G. Thomson. Burl. M. 16: 227- 8, 

Ja.'lO. 
Employer's liability. Injured working man vs. the "boss. 

E.Morris, il. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 184-94, F.'IO.— 

Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 195-7, F.'IO. 
Endeavor, Schooner. French spoliations case before 

court of claims of the United States. Am. J. Int. L. 

4: 204-22, Ja.'lO. 
England. Story of, in portrait and pictvire. il. Windsor 

31: 505-20, Mr.'lO. 



Engravings. Aquatint, The rise of. S. L. Phipson. il. 
Connoisseur 26: 161-9, Mr.'lO. 

— Baxter prints. C.Hunt, il. Connoisseur 26: 170-4, 

Mr.'lO, and following issues. 

— Old, in American history, il. J. Am. His. 4: 85-92, 

Ja.'lO. 
Ethics. Psychological basis of moral training. W: H- 

Pyle. Sch. Ed. 29: 179-87, F.'IO. 
Fairs. Syracuse, N. Y., State fair btiildings at. il. plan. 

Brickb. 19: 1-8, Ja.'lO. 
Farms and farming. Farming for pleasure. W. Work 

(Lond.) 15: 177-84, Ja.'lO. 

— Great Britain. Capital needed by fanners. W. Work 

(Lond.) 15: 262-70, F.'IO. 

Fatigue. Surgeon's needle cures fatigue. H. G. Hunt- 
ing, il. Tech. W. 13: 16-19, Mr.'lO 

Ferguson, Samuel, 1810-. Life of. pors. A. P. Graves, 
il. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 267-8, Mr.'lO. 

Fertilizers and manures. Lava as a fertilizer. J : R. 
Meader. il. Tech. W. 12: 540-6, Ja.'lO. 

Fielding, Henry, 1707-54. Author. L. Melville, il. 
Bkman (Lond.) 37: 229-31, F.'IO. 

Fireplaces. Design and construction of. H: H. Saylor 
il. House & G. 17: 7-10, Ja.'lO. 

Fishing. Improving the fly-rod. S : G. Camp. il. Recrea- 
tion 31: 133-4, Mr.'lO. 

Fitzgerald, Percy. Author, por. Bkman (Lond.) 18: 
248-50, F.'IO. 

Fleas. The flea a menace. W: C. Rucker. il. Tech. W. 
13: 45-51, Mr.'lO. 

Fletcherism. Horace Fletcher's philosophy. M. Wil- 
liams. U. Svmset 24: 284-90, Mr.'lO. 

Flies. Indictment of the house-fly. E: Hatch, Jr. il. 
Sub. L. 10: 131, Mr.'lO. 

Florence. Works of art in. C. Holroyd. Bvirl. M. 16: 
225-7, Ja.'lO. 

Florida. Agriciiltural development in. W. Packard, 
il. Tech. W. 13: 20-3, Mr.'lO. 

— Old Florida. L. McClung. il. Americana 5: 119- 

24, F.'IO. 
Forestry. Education. Conference Wash., D. C, D.30-1, 
1909. il. Am. For. 16: 104-5, F.'IO. 

— Great Britain, Butterflies' and large moths' effect on. 

B. W. Adkin. Q. J. For. 4: 9-30, Ja.'lO. 

— Great Britain, Tubney arboretum. Q. J. For. 4: 48- 

53, Ja.'lO. 

— Teaching, Federal aid for. S: B. Green. Am. For. 

16: 179-80, Mr.'lO. 

— Vermont, Beginnings in. A. F. Hawes. il. Am. For. 

16: 82-7, F.MO. 
Forests. American, passing of. M. M. Reynolds. Moody 
9: 168-70, Mr.'lO. 

— Connection between forests and streams. J: H. 

Finnev. Am. For. 16: 109-10, F.'IO. 

— Great Britain. Rating of woodlands. Q. J. For. 4: 

53-60, Ja.'lO. 

— Appalachian forest bill. Battle for the Weeks bill. 

if. Am. For. 16: 133-44, Mr.'lO. 

— Influence of, upon water supply. E. R. Bradfield. 

Af. Mo. 7: 237-46, F.'IO. 

— Influence of, upon waters. Tr. by Mildred A. Castle, 

fr. Revue des eaux et forets. Par., Ja.l &15,'09. Am. 
For. 16: 156-73, Mr.'lO. 

— Philippines, Problems in. B. Moore, M. F. il. Am. 

For. 16: 75-81, F.'IO, and following issue. 

— United States. Appalachian forests. Hon. C. Guild, 

Tr. il. Am. For. 16: 67-74, F.'IO. 

— United States. Louisiana. F: J. Grace, il. Am. 

For. 16: 13-9, Ja.'lO. 

— United States. Plan for conservation and controls. 

T. B. Walker, il. Sunset 24: 59-65, Ja.'lO. 

— United States, Southern, Crisis in. H: E. Hardtner. 

il. Am. For. 16: 21-31, Ja.'lO. 
French spoliations. Schooner "Endeavor" case before 

U. S. court of claims. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 204-22, 

Ta.'lO. 
Froebel, Friedrich Wilhelm August, 1782-1852. Mother 

S'ay, Ethical lessons from. Bertha Johnston. Kind. 
. 23: 154-7, Ja.'lO, and following issues. 



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Fruit. Pre-cooling California fruit. What it means. R. 
Steele, il. Sunset 24: 339-43, Mr.' 10. 

— Raising. San Bernardino cotinty, Cal., an orange 

empire. A.J.Wells, il. Sunset 24: 105-12, Ja.' 10. 

— Tripp fruit wrapping machine, il. Sunset 24: 113- 

14, Ja.'lO. 
Fuller, Sarah Margaret, 1810-50. Visit to northern 

Illinois, 1843. R: V. Carpenter. 111. His. J. 2: Ja.'lO, 

5-22. 
Fur trade. Canadian fur trade. Agnes C. Laut. il- 

map. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 271-84, F.'IO. 
Furniture. The installment furniture "sell." R.Barry 

il. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 35-42, Ja.'lO. 

— Lacquer, as applied to 18th centvu^y French furniture. 

E. Mew. il. Connoisseur 25: 207-12,D.'09, and 

following issue. 
Gambling. Policy shops. H:Westerman. il. Met. M- 

31: 595-603, F.'IO. 
Games. Uses of. J. H. Bancroft. Kind. M. 23: 145- 

51, Ja.'lO. 
Garden cities. Germany. Treatment of a Grerman sub" 

urb. Am. City 2: 89-90, F.'IO. 

— London. Hampstead Garden suburb houses. R. R. 

Phillips, il. plan. Brickb. 19: 9-12, Ja.'lO. 

— London. Hampstead Garden subvirb. il. Am. City 

2: 38-40, Ja.'lO. 

— Switzerland. Rorschach Garden Suburb, plan. Am. 

City 2: 137-8, Mr.' 10. 
Gardens. Boundary lines and boundary plantings- 
Grace Tabor, il. House & G. 17: 50-2, F.'IO. 

— Brookline, Mass. Larz Anderson estate, il. House 

& G. 17: 110-1, Mr.'lO. 

— California. Witchery of a California garden. Alice 

MacGowan. il. Sub. L. 10: 63, F,'10. 

— Friendship garden and what it grew. Ztdma D. 

Steele, il. Sub. L. 10: 129, Mr.'lO. 

— Garden entrances. Alice M. Kellogg, il. House & G. 

17: 114-15, Mr.'lO. 

— Japanese gardens for winter effect. Phoebe W. 

Humphreys, il. House & G. 17: 24-5, xii-xiii, Ja.'lO. 

— Neighborly garden tea-house. B. M. Strain, il. 

Sub. L. 10: 140, Mr.'lO. 

— Oyster Bay, Roosevelt gardens. Photographs by 

J. H. McFarland Co. il. Sub. L. 10: 11, Ja.'lO. 

— Planning the garden on paper. E. O. Calvene. plan. 

House & G. 17: 36, xiii-xv, Ja.'lO. 

— Planting tables, showing what to plant and why. P. T. 

Barnes. Sub. L. 10: 136-7, Mr.'lO. 

— Screening or revealing objects by judicious planting. 

Grace Tabor, il. House & G. 17: 10-12, Ja.'lO. 

— Short cuts to success in. il. Sub. L. 10: 132, Mr.'lO. 

— Yonkers, N. Y. Formal flower garden of W: B. 

Thompson, il. House & G. 17: 68-9, F.'IO. 
Gates, Gen. Horatio, 1728-1806. Portrait in color. 

J. Am. His. 4: 56, Ja.'lO. 
Gates. Some old colonial gateways. J. W. Dow. il. 

House & G. 17: 74-5, F.'IO. 
Gaynor, William Jay, 1851-. Mayor of N. Y. City. 

Sketch of. por. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 60-3, Ja.'lO. 

— Libelers of, and their prosecution. Pearson (N. Y.) 

23: 57-60, Ja.'lO. 

Geology. Cape Colony. Rogers, A. W., An introduc- 
tion to the geologv of Cape Colony (review). J: W. 
Evans. Sci. Pro.'4: 514-16, Ja.'lO. 

Germany and England. Prospect of war between. W: 
B. Hale. map. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 367-74, Mr.'lO. 

— Workingmen, employment, cost of living, etc. T. 

Good. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 122-6, Ja°10. 

Gibbon, Lieut. Lardner. Explorations of, in So. America, 
por. il. Btd. Am. Rep. 30: 448-58, Mr.'lO. 

Gilder, Richard Watson, 1844-1909. Author. por. 
J. M. Lee. Bk. News 28: 347-8, Ja.'lO. 

Gibbons, James, Cardinal, 1834-. Portrait. Met. M. 
31: 483, Ja.'lO. 

Gilson, Roy Rolfe, 1875-. Author. Charlotte Eaton. 
Bk. News 28: 419-22, F.'IO. 

Girls. Girls who go wrong. C. E. Laughlin. il. Pear- 
son (N. Y.) 23: 377-87, Mr.'lO. 



Gladiolus. Propagating the. R. E. TuU. il. House & 

G. 17: 77, F.'IO. 
Gladstone, William Ewart, 1809-98, and T: H. Huxley. 

J. B. McGovern. Hom. R. 59: 16-9, Ja.'lO. 
Glass. Burglar-proof glass. E: Bartlett. Tech. W. 13: 

27-8, Mr.'lO. 
Gold. Depreciation of. Moody 9: 162-3, Mr.'lO. 

— Depreciation of. B. W. Holt. Moody 9: 51-«, Ja.'lO. 
Golf. Competitions in golf . H : Seton-Karr. il. Wind- 
sor 31: 479-82, Mr/10. 

Grand Rapids, Mich. The arousing of civic interest. 
J. Ihdler. il. Am. City 2: 53-60, F.'IO. 

Graves, Henry Solon, 1871-. Chief forester of United 
States, por. Am. For. 16: 66, 106-7, F.'IO. 

Gravitation. Theory of organic life; gravity. J. R. 
Kendall. Pac. Mo. 23: 86-93, Ja.'lO. 

Grazing. Australia, Leases in. A. C. Veatch. Am. 
For. 16: 101-2, F.'IO. 

Great Britain. Army. 1st county of London Yeomanry, 
and 20th Battalion, London regiment. H. Long- 
hurst, il. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 300-6, F.'IO. 

— and Germany. Prospect of war between. W. B. Hale. 

map. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 367-74, Mr.'lO. 

— Parliament problems of the recent elections. W. 

Work (Lond.) 15: 343-7, Mr.'lO. 
Greene, Gen. Nathaniel, l'r42-86. Portrait in color. 

J. Am. His. 4: 56, Ja.'lO. 
Guatemala City. Sketch of. il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 

214-28, F.'IO. 
Guide-books. United States. John Melish's travelers' 

guide books, 1818. M. F. Lansing. Americana 5: 

125-33, F.'IO. 
Guns. Double-barrel shotgun. Life of. C: Askins. il. 

Recreation 31: 69-71, F.'IO. 
Gymnasiums. Municipal. How to start. E. B. Mero. 

il. plans. Am. City 2: 23-8, Ja.'lO. 

— Public bath and gymnasium building competition. 

il. plans. Brickb. 19: F.'IO. 
Hagfue international peace congress, 1907. Compulsory 

arbitration at second Hague conference. H. Lam- 

masch. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 83-94, Ja.'lO. 
Halley's comet. History. W. D. Brodrick. il. Sci. 

Pro. 4: 492-503, Ja.'lO. 
Harper's Ferry. Official report of John Brown's raid. 

J: B. Floyd. Ore. His. Q. 10: 314-24, S.'09. 
Hams, Joel Chandler, 1848-1908. Sketch. Leonora B. 

Ellis. Americana 5: 162-8, F.'IO. 
Harris, William Torrey, 1835-1909. Fimeral, address 

and resolutions. Ed. Bi-Mo. 4: 229-31, F.'IO. 

— Sketch of. G: P. Brown. Sch. Ed. 29: 220-4, Mr.'lO. 
Harrodsburg, Ky. History of. W. W. Stephenson. 

Ky. Reg. 8: Ja.'lO, 25-35. 
Hawaiian Islands. The Japanese and the census. A 

suggestion for government. C. Harvey- Elder. Sun- 
set 24: 183-4, F.'IO. 
Heam, Lafcadio, 1850-1905. Reminiscences, pors. Setsu 

Koizumi (Mrs. Heam). il. Pac. Mo. 23: 117-26, 

F.'IO, and following issues. 
Heart. Recording heart throbs. H. G. Hunting, il. 

Tech. W. 12: 527-30, Ja.'lO. 
Henry, George. Artist. C: H. Caffin. il. Met. M. 31: 

661-8, F.'IO. 
Heredity. Bateson, W., Mendel's principles of heredity 

(review). J. T. Cimningham. Sci. Pro. 4: 520-3, 

Ja.'lO. 
Heron. Great white heron. A. W. Dimock. il. Recrea- 
tion 31: 59-61, F.'IO. 
EBll, William Henry, 1814-88. Genealogical sketch, por. 

J. N. McClintock. il. Mass. M. 3: 14-24, Ja.'lO. 
Hill, William Henry, Jr., 1838-. Genealogical sketch. 

por. J. N. McClintock. Mass. M. 3: 14-24, Ja.'lO. 
History. Study. Scenes for school work. Sch. Ed. 29 : 

193-5, F.'IO. 
Hogarth, William, 1697-1764. Artist. The beauties of 

Hogarth. D. C. Clayton, il. Connoisseur 26: 19- 

24, Ja.'lO. 
Hoppner, John, 1759-1810, Artist. Sketch of. L. Cust. 

Burl. M. 16: 221-3, Ja.'lO. 
Hospitals. Cincinnati, O. Kenton Co. infirmary, il- 

W. Arch. 15: Mr.'lO. 



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Hotels. Baltimore, Md. Tap room, Hotel Belvedere, 
il. Brickb. 19: Ja.'lO. 

— Chicago. Blackstone hotel, il. W. Arch. 15: Ja.'lO. 

— Cuba. il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 57-65, Ja.'lO. 

— Long Beach, Cal. Virginia hotel, il. W. Arch. 15: 

Ja.40. 

— Rochester, N. Y. Hotel Rochester, il. W. Arch. 

15: F.'IO. 
House decoration. Bedroom, Decorating the. Margaret 
Greenleaf. il. House & G. 17: 66-7, F.'IO. 

— Individual rooms vs. a comprehensive decorative 

scheme. Margaret Greenleaf. il. Hotise & G. 17: 

22-3, Ja.'lO. 
Houseboats. Recreation houseboat. P. Elliott, il. 

Recreation 31: 127-9, Mr.' 10. 
Houses. Concrete house of \mique design. W. 

Andrews, il. Sub L. 10: 65. F.'IO. 

— Of what shall we build our walls? R. Fisher. 

House & G. 17: 16-17, Ja.'lO. 

Houses, Apartment. New York city. The Nether- 
lands, il. Arch. & B. M. 42: 152-4, Ja.'lO. 

Houses, Country. American coimtry houses. Types of. 
il. House & G. 17: 26-7, Ja.'lO. 

— Leicester, Eng., House near. d. plan. Brickb. 19: Ja.'lO. 
Houses, Historic. Boston, Mass. Andrew Oliver house, 

Dorchester. R. A. Douglas-Lithgow. il. Mass. M. 
3: 57-61, Ja.'lO. 

— Cambridge, Mass. H: W. Longfellow house. 

Am. His. 4: 134, Ja.'lO. 

— Duxbury, Mass. John Alden house (1653). 

Am. His. 4: 134, Ja.'lO. 

— Duxbury, Mass. Standish house (1666). il. 

His. 4: 133, Ja.'lO. 

— England. Sutton Place. A Surrey manor house. 

L. WUloughby. il. Connoisseur 26: 3-16, Ja.'lO. 

— Gunston Hall. Bertha L. Robinson. J. Am. His. 4: 

93-100, Ja.'lO. 

— Lexington, Mass. Clark house (1698). il. J. Am. His. 

4: 136, Ja.'lO. 

— Providence, R. L Roger Williams house, il. J. Am. 

His. 4: 136, Ja.'lO. 

— Salem, Mass. "Witch house." il. J. Am. His. 4: 

133. Ja.'lO. 
Hudson, Henry. Baron La Hontan as his detractor. 

Americana 5: 16-17. Ja.'lO. 
Hudson Bay. Projected railroad to Hudson Bay. F: B. 

Warren, il. map. Tech. W. 12: 635-44. F.'IO. 
Hudson's bay company. A Hudson's bay conipany mar- 
riage certificate (with facsimile). T. C. Elliott. 

Ore. His. Q. 10: 325-8, S.'09. 
Huguenots, in America, Experiences of French. J. T. 

Watson. J. Am. His. 4: 123-31, Ja.'lO. 
Hunting. Are Alaska and Yukon shot out? J. Lee. il. 

Recreation 31: 130-1, Mr.'lO. 

— Trapping game in old times. T. Hussey. Ann. la. 9: 

301-11, Ja.'lO. 
Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-96, and W: E. Gladstone. 

J. B. McGovem. Hom. R. 59: 16-9, Ja.'lO. 
Illinois in 1843. Margaret Ftiller's vnsit. R: V. Car- 
penter. 111. His. J. 2: Ja.'lO, 5-22. 
Immigrants. Dangers confronting women arriving in 

United States. Virginia Wright, il. Van N. 6: 

429-34. Ja.'lO. 
Immigration. United States. Coolidge. Mary R., Chinese 

immigration (review). Ernest Bnmcken. Am. Pol. 

Sci. 4: 143-6, '10. 
India and Egypt. The brown races of. L. P. Weale. il. 

W. Work (Lond.) 15: 142-54, Ja.'lO. 
Indiana. Internal improvements, 1818-46. Margaret 

Duden. 5: 160-70, D.'09. 

— Eighteenth century merchants. Letters from. C. B. 

Coleman. Ind. M. 5: 137-59. D.'09. 

— Histories, List of. H. Lindley. Ind. M. 5: 183-84. 

D.'09. 

— Political letters of post-bellum days. D. Mowry. Ind. 

M. 5: 171-80, D.'09. 
Indians, American. Black Hawk and his wars. J V. 
Roach. Americana 5: 46-62, Ja.'lO. 

— Fort Atkinson, Wis., and Black Hawk war. Lillian S. 

Schreiner. Americana 5: 134-5. F.'IO. 



Indians, American — {continued). 

— The Great lakes traditions. Hattie C. Sleeper. Ameri- 

cana 5: 177-82, F.'IO. 

— Lamanites. Mormons' missionary work among. Inez 

Smith. J. His. 3: 59-71. Ja.'lO. 

— Moravian mission at "Shekomeko." Leonora S. Ash- 

ton. Americana 5: 183-6. F.'IO. 

— Starved Rock. 111., History of. W: W. Loomis. il. 

Americana 5: 111-8. F.'IO. 

— A vanishing race. Jennie C. Morton. Ky. Reg. 8: 

Ja.'lO, 49-57. 

Insanity. State care of insane; its abuses and its possi- 
bilities. H. C. Rutter. il. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 
73-84, Ja.'lO. 

Insurance, Accident. Heroism versus insurance. R. W. 
Emerson. Tech. W. 12: 493-501, Ja.'lO. 

Insurance, Life. Government supervision of. T: Scan- 
Ion. Moody 9: 63-5. Ja.'lO. 

— To provide for children's education. R. Belfort. 

W. Work (Lond.) 15: 223-6. Ja.'lO. 
International law. Diplomatic affairs and, 1909. P. S. 
Reinsch. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 16-51. F.'IO. 

— Periodical literature, current: bibliography. W. C. 

Carpenter. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 261-3. Ja.'lO, and 

following issues. 
International prize court. Identic circular note of the 

Secretary of State of the United States proposing 

alternative procedure for, 1909 (text). Am. J. Int. 

L. Supp. 4: 102-14, Ja.'lO. 
International federation. The United nations of the 

world. P. C. Knox. J. Am. His. 4: 5-9, Ja.'lO. 
Investments. Diversified investment. J: B.Stanton. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 167-9, F.'IO. 

— Gas and electric companies as. M. M. Reynolds. 

Moody 9: 6-8, Ja.'lO. 

— Real estate investments. J: B. Stanton. Pearson 

(N. Y.) 23: 407-9, Mr.'lO. 
Iowa. Republican presidential preliminaries, 1859-60. 

F. I. Herriot. Ann. la. 9: 241-83. Ja.'lO. 
Irrigation. Irrigation securities. F. Lownhaupt. Moody. 

9: 93-7, F.^IO. 

— United States. Fresno coimty, Cal. W: Robertson. 

il. Stmset 24: 351-4. Mr.'lO. 

Ito, Prince Hirobumi, -1909. President of the Privy 
Council of Japan, assassinated at Harbin, Manchuria, 
Nov.26,1909. Sketch, por. Y. Noguchi. il. Sun- 
set 24: 123-7, F.'IO. 

Jacksonborough, S. C. Historical sketch. H. A. M. 
Smith. S. C. His. M. 11: 46-9. Ja.'lO. 

Jameses. Kings of Scotland. Portraits of the first five 
Jameses, from the Scottish national gallery il. 
J. S. Caw. Scot. His. R. 7: 113-18, Ja.'lO. 

Jugs. Colonel Herbert Brock's collection of earthen- 
ware jugs. A. Hayden. il. Connoisseur 26: 153- 
9. Mr.'lO. 

Kashmir, India. Development of. C. M. Enriquez. il. 
W. Work (Lond.) 15: 392-8. Mr.'lO. 

Kentucky. Birds of. il. C: W. Beckham. Ky. Reg. 8: 
Ja.'lO, 11-24. 

— Franklin coimty, history of. L. F. Johnson. Ky. Reg. 

8: Ja.'lO, 77-93, and following issues. 

— Mother of governors. J: W. Townsend. Ky. Reg. 8: 

Ta.'lO. 60-75. 
Kindergarten. Foreign. Alice E. Rose. Kind. M. 23: 
141-2, Ja.'lO. 

— in St. Louis. Jennie C. Taylor. Kind. M. 23: 173-5, 

F.'IO. 

— theory and practice. Notes on. E. L. Earle. Kind. M. 

23: 175-7, F.'IO. 
Lace. Pun to de Aguja and Point d'Espagne. B. and 

Ellen M. Whishaw. il. Connoisseur 26: 51-5, Ja.'lO, 
and following issue. 
Lancaster, Pa. Convention of 1776, the first declaration 

of independence (text). W. S. Dungan. J. Am. His. 

4: 145-9. Ja '10. 
Land tenure. Australia, Grazing leases in. A. C. Veatch. 

Am. For. 16: 101-3, F.'IO. 
Lands, Public. America. Origin of great wealth. J. L. 

Sexton. J. Am. His. 4: 109-22, Ja.'lO 



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Lanercost. Chronicle of. H. Maxwell. Scot. His. R 7: 
160-70, Ja.'lO, and following issues. 

La Paz, Bolivia. Sketch of . il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 83-94, 
Ja.'lO. 

Latin America. Commercial conditions in the Latin- 
American republics, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 265-7, 
F.'IO. 

— in Pan-American civilization, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 

30: 207-13, F.'IO. 
Lawns. The way to make a good lawn. H. H. Henry. 

il. Sub. L. 10: 143-5, Mr.'lO. 
Legislation. United States. Current, Notes on. H. E. 

Flack. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 63-90, F.'IO, and following 

issues. 
Libraries. New York. Book treasures of New York. H. 

L. Koopman. Print. Art 15: 21-3, Mr.'lO. 

— Washington, D. C. Library of Congress music divi- 

sion. O. G. Sonneck. N. Music R. 9: 74-8, Ja.'lO. 
Library architecture. Frankfort, Ind. Carnegie library, 
il. W. Arch. 15: Ja.'lO. 

— Orono, Me. University library, il. Americana 5: 

14, Ja.'lO. 
Library bulletins. The bulletin beautiful. Helene L. 

Dickey. Ed. Bi-Mo.4 : 201-6, F.'IO. 
Life-saving. Live-savers and their work at sea. R. 

Norton, il. Met. M. 31: 501-12, Ja.'lO. 
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-66. Address on. T. Roosevelt. 

Hom. R. 59: 154-6, F.'IO. 

— Lincoln material given the 111. state historical society 

by C. L. Conkling. 111. His. J. 2: Ja.'lO, 36-9. 

— New sculptural conceptiona of. O. H. Semple. il. 

Pac. Mo. 23: 136-8, F.'IO. 

Lincoln, Gen. Benjamin, 1733-1810. Portrait in color. 
J. Am. His. 4: 57, Ja.'lO. 

Logging. Jackstraws — the riverman's game. L. D. Sher- 
man, il. Recreation 31: 106-10, Mr.'lO. 

— White Mountains. L.D.Sherman, il. Recreation 31: 

51-6, F.'IO. 
London, Eng. Literary, il. Bk. News 28: 525-7, 

Mr.'lO. 
London, Jack, 1876-. House of the sun (story), il. 

Pac. Mo. 23: 1-11, Ja.'lO. 

— A Pacific traverse (story), il. Pac. Mo. 23: 163-74, 

F.'IO. 

— Typee (story), il. Pac. Mo. 23: 267-81, Mr.'lO. 

— The whale tooth (story). Sunset 24: 49-54, Ja.'lO. 

— Wit of Porportuk (story), il. Sunset 24: 159-72, 

F.'IO. 
Long, John Davis, 1838-. Biographical sketch, pors. 

R. A. Douglas-Lithgow. Mass. M. 3: 3-11, Ja.'lO. 
Los Angeles, Cal. Sketch. H. G. Otis. il. Sunset 24: 

12-48, Ja.'lO. 
Louisiana. Forests of. F: J. Grace, il. Am. For. 16: 13- 

19, Ja.'lO. 
McKinly, John. Letters to his wife while prisoner of 

war 1777-8 (text). Pa. M. 34: 9-20, Ja.'^lO. 
Massachusetts. New Hampshire boundary line contro- 
versy, 1690-1740. J. Smith. Gran. Mo. 42: 69-75, 

Mr.'lO. 

— Recent magazine articles concerning (list). C: A. 

Flagg. Mass. M. 3: 62-70, Ja.'lO. 

— Essex county family genealogies. Dictionary of. Lucie 

M. Gardner. Mass. M. 3: 71-85, Ja.'lO, and follow- 
ing issues. 

Maurel, Victor, Opera singer. New method of voice cul- 
ture, por. Van N. 6: 392-6, Ja.'lO. 

Mayer, Brantz, -1879. Maryland historian. B. C. Steiner. 
Md. His. M. 5: 1-21, Mr.'lO. 

Meredith, George, 1828-1909. Author, and his works. 
T. Seccombe. il. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 226-9, F. 10. 

— Personal reminiscences. W. M. Rossetti. Af. Mo. 7: 

216-22, F.'IO. 
Mexico. Military training school, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 
370-7, Mr.'lO. 

— The national museum, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 247- 

61, F.'IO. 

— New mining code. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 108-11, Ja.'lO. 

— Sketch. G. E. Gonzales, il. Sunset 24: 73-9, Ja.'lO, 

and following issues. 



M e xico — ( continued) . 

— Tierra Blanca desert. F. E: Spooner. il. Van N. 6: 

397-403, Ja.'lO. 

— Truth about. E. H. Talbot, il. Moody 9: 16-30, 

Ja.'lO, and following issues. 
Michigan. Mtmicipal government, Laws concerning. 

J: A. Fairlie. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 119-23, F.'IO. 
Microbes. Moving pictures of microbes. E. Bingham, il. 

Tech. W. 13: 70-4, Mr.'lO. 
Military education. Mexico's military training school . 

il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 370-7, Mr.'lO. 
Mines and mining. Mexico, new mining code in. Bui. 

Am. Rep. 30: 108-11, Ja.'lO. 

— Miners to carry canned air. A. J. Hollis. Tech. W. 

12: 533-4, Ja.'lO. 

— Tisingal: the lost mine of Panama, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 

30: 424-44, Mr.'lO. 
Ministers of gospel. Social obligations of. S. Matthews. 

Hom. R. 59: 92-6, F.'IO. 
Missions. Modem science a help to missions. R: Piper. 

Hom. R. 59: 13-6, Ja.'lO. 
Mississippi river. Freight-handling by roustabouts. H. 

Dickson, il. Tech. W. 12: 591-604, F.'IO. 

— Pulling snags from the river. H. Dickson, il. Tech. 

W. 12: 478-92, Ja.'lO. 

— Use of the river, by private corporations, for electric 

water power. H: M. Hyde. il. Tech. W. 13: 66- 
9, Mr.'lO. 
Missouri. Daniel Boone's Missouri settlement. W: S. 
Bryan. Mo. His. R. 4: 85-91, Ja.'lO. 

— County press. History of. Minnie Organ. Mo. His. R. 

4: 111-33, Ja.'lO. 

— Gov. H. S. Hadley's plan to develop natural resources. 

R. Mason, il. Van N. 6: 657-61, Mr.'lO. 
Money. American cent, History of. F. A. Leach. 
Sunset 24: 332-7, Mr.'lO. 

— Earning power of . J: B.Stanton. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 

43-5, Ja.'lO. 
Monorail roads. Brennan's monorail, Success of. J. H. 

Knight, il. Tech. W. 13: 58-60, Mr.'lO. 
Moore family. Fovmdations of the Moores in America. 

J. Moore. J. Am. His. 4: 29-47, Ja.'lO. 
Moose. Eastern vs. Alaskan. E. Ingersoll. Recreation 

31: 136-7, Mr.'lO. 
Morgan, J. Pierpont, 1837-. and prosperity, por. H: 

Clews, il. Moody 9: 190-6, Mr.'lO. 
Mormons and Mormonism. Independence, Mo. Temple 

lot. il. J. His. 3: 51-8, Ja.'lO. 
Motor boats. How to select. H. W. Slauson. il. Recrea- 
tion 31: 25-6, Ja.'lO. 
Mountains. Canadian, Literature of. F. Yeigh. il. Bk. 

News 28: 341-6, Ja.'lO. 
Mimicipal art. Cincinnati municipal art. W. W. Taylor. 

Am. City 2: 16-18, Ja.'lO. 
Municipal government. Germany. Advantages of the 

system. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 348-52, Mr.'lO. 

— Governing cities by commission. F. G. Moorhead. il. 

Tech. W; 12: 621-8, F.'IO. 

— Government by commission. Commission govern- 

ment and democracy. C. Dehoney. Am. City 2: 76- 
8, F.'IO. 

— Michigan laws concerning. J: A. Fairlie. Am. Pol. Sci. 

4: 119-23, F.'IO. 

— Municipal housekeepers. Mrs. E. F. Motilton. Am. 

City 2: 123-4, Mr.'lO. 
Municipal improvement. Civic religion. S. S. Wise. Pac. 
Mo. 23: 314-7, Mr.'lO. 

— Grand Rapids; arousing of civic interest. J. Ihlder. 

Am. City 2: 53-60, F.'IO. 

— Health and art in municipal life. R. O. Beard. Am. 

City 2: 71-5, F.'IO. 

— Know-your-city movement. Anna L. Strong. Pac. 

Mo. 23: 194-7, F.'IO. 

— New Haven, Conn. Clean city week and its results. 

W. B. Bailey, il. Am. City 2: 18-20, Ja.'lO. 

— St. Louis mtmicipal outlook. M. Fesler. Am. City 2: 

101-9, Mr.'lO. 
Municipal research. Wisconsin. Municipal reference 
bureau. F. H. MacGregor. Am. City 2: 65-8, F.'IO. 



Apr., 1910 



Magazine Subject-Index 



n 



Museums. The national musetim of Mexico, il. Bui. Am. 

Rep. 30: 247-61, F.'IO. 
Music. Danger of composers being natural. A. Farwell. 

N. Music R. 9: 142-4, F.'IO. 

— Harmony. Equivocal chords. D. G. Mason. N. Music 

R. 9: 104-7, Ja.'lO. 

— Washington, D. C. Music division. Library of Con- 

gress. O. G. Sonneck. N. Music R. 9: 74-8, Ja.'lO. 

— What constitutes harsh or ugly combinations. F. 

Corder. N. Music R. 9: 199-200, Mr." 10. 
Muskmelons. Whole art of growing muskmelons. C. D. 

Jarvis. il. House & G. 17: 108-9, Mr.'lO. 
Natatoriums. Public baths and gymnasium building 

competition, il. plans. Brickb. 19: F.'IO. 
Natural scenery. Sentiment versus utility in national 

parks. H. M. Chittenden, il. Pac. Mo. 23: 29- 

38, Ja.'lO. 
Navigation. Rivers and navigation in international law. 

C: C. Hyde. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 145-55, Ja.'lO. 
Negroes. The position of the black man in the world 

today. B. L. P. Weale. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 

237-43, F.'IO. 
Negroes in United States. Great black plague. How 

women can halt it. B. de Rivera. Pearson (N. Y.) 

23: 417-20, Mr.'lO. 

— South. Fight for race purity. R. W. WooUey. Pear- 

son (N. Y.) 23: 3-11, Ja.'lO, and following issues. 

New Hampshire. Massachusetts boundary line contro- 
versv, 1690-1740. J. Smith. Gran. Mo. 42: 69-75, 
Mr.'lO. 

Newspapers. American. The Imperialist. Julia A. Lap- 
ham. Americana 5: 187-93, F.'IO. 

— First Imperial press conference. Cawthra Woodhead. 

Af. Mo. 7: 146-52, Ja.'lO, and following issue. 

— Oriental newspapers af San Francisco. S. J. Stell- 

man. il. Sunset 24: 197-201, F.'IO. 
New York city. Analysis of the city life. Marguerite M. 

Marshall. Van N. 6: 417-22, Ja.'lO. 
New Zealand. Commercial geography of. P. Marshall. 

il. maps. Geog. Soc. Phila. 8: 17-31, Ja.'lO. 

— Physical features of. J. M. Bell. il. Geog. Soc. Phila. 

8: 1-16, Ja.'lO. 

Nicaragua. Revolution of 1909 and causes. R. W. 
Woolley. il. Van N. 6: 487-93, F.'IO. 

North America. British North America act, 1867 (text). 
Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 39-67, Ja.'lO.— Act, 1871 
(text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 67-9, Ja.'lO.— Act 
1886 (text). Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 70-71, Ja.'lO. 

North Dakota. Statistics of 1909, and descriptions of 

frogress of each county, il. N. Dak. M. 4: 1-248, 
.'10. 
Norway. Maritime boundary dispute between Norway 
and Sweden. Decision of the permanent court of 
arbitration. Am. ]. Int. L. 4: 226-36, Ja.'lO. 
Office buildings. Detroit. Mich. Ford buildmg, showing 
details of terra cotta construction, il. plan. Brickb. 
19: 13, Ja.'lO. 

— Boston. Ford btiilding (Baptist social union), il. plan. 

W. Arch. 15: Ja.'lO. 

— San Francisco. Royal insurance company building. 

il. Arch. & B. M. 42: 149-51, Ja.'lO. 

— Spokane, Wash. Old national bank. il. W. Arch. 15: 

F.'IO. 
Ohio valley historical association. Historians and their 

papers. Ky. Reg. 8: Ja.'lO, 37-45. 
Oil weUs. Making old oil wells spout. R. Homer, il. 

Tech. W. 13: 29-32, Mr.'lO. 

— New boring process. A. Hamilton, il. W. Work 

(Lond.) 15: 327-32, F.'IO. 
Opera. See Dramatic Index. 
Oregon. De Smet in the Oregon Coimtry. E. V. O'Hara. 

Ore. His. 9. 10: 239-63, S.'09. 

— Financial history of state of. F. G. Young. Ore. His. 

Q. 10: 263-95, S.'09, and following issues. 
Organ. Organ builders of New York, 1800-1909. C: A. 
Radzinsky. N. Music R. 9: 165-8, F.'IO. 

— Plan for standardization. P. F. Benedict. N. Music 

R. 9: 160-1, F.'IO. 
Outdoor schools. Fresh air schools. E. W. Curtis, il. 
Am. City 2: 33-7, Ja.'lO. 



Paintings. Burrows collection. F. T. Miller, il. J. Am. 
His. 4: 49-64, Ja.'lO. 

— French art of the eighteenth century in the Berlin 

Royal Aacdemy. C: Rudy. il. Connoisseur 26: 
181-4, Mr.'lO. 

— Lady Wantage's collection of pictures. Lady Victoria 

Manners. U. Connoisseur 25: 195-205, D.'09, and 
following issue. 
Palladino, Eusapia. Italian medium, por. H. Miinster- 
berg. Met. M. 31: 559-72, F.'IO. 

— Science and Eusapia Palladino. por. J : R. Maeder. il. 

Tech. W. 12: 629-34, F.'IO. 
Panama canal. Gatun locks; two million yards of con- 
crete. A.Edwards, il. Tech. W. 12: 546-7, Ja.'lO. 

— Inadequate and extravagant. J. F. Sorzano. il. Van 

N. 6: 375-84, Ja.'lO. 
Paper industry. Materials, Economic selection and pro- 
cessing of raw. M. L. Grifl&n. Am. For. 16: 177-9, 

Mr.'lO. 
Parks. Recreation park, construction of a model, il. 

plan. W. Arch. 15: 30-2, Mr.'lO. 
Parsons, Alfred. Artist. A. Chester, il. Windsor 31: 

455-68, Mr.'lO. 
Peary, Robert E. Portrait. Met. M. 31: 553, Ja '10. 
Pellagra. Pellagrins; newest disease victims. F: B. 

Warren, il. Tech. W. 12: 509-16, Ja.'lO. 
Periodicals. Library periodicals. Foreign. Helen E. 

Haines. Bui. B. 6: 38-40, Ja.'lO. 
Philadelphia in 1777. Letters of Robert Proud (text). 

Pa. M. 34: 62-73, Ja.'lO. 

— First Presbyterian church. J : Edmands. Pres. His. S. 

5: 219-26, Mr.'lO. 
Philippine Islands. Forest problems in. B. Moore, M. F. 

il. Am. For. 16: 75-81, F.'IO, and following issue. 
Photography. Exposures, Correct. Photo. M. 9: 387-427, 

F.'IO. (No. 105.) 

— Night photography. Photo. M. 9: 339-80, Ja.'lO. 

(No. 104.) 

— Picture in typography. A. L. Hennessey. Print. Art 

14: 425-8, F.'IO. 

— Tackling the American eagle with a camera. G. S. 

Britten, il. Recreation 31: 15-6, Ja.'lO. 

— In a zoo with a camera. L. U. Brownell. il. Recrea- 

tion 31: 8-11, Ja.'lO. 
Physics. Energy and life. Sch. Ed. 29: 146-9, Ta.'lO. 
Pictures. Hanging pictures. Art of. S. Schell. il. House 

& G. 17: 72-3, x, F.'IO. 
Pinchot, Oifford, 1865-. His dismissal. Am. For. 16: 

113-4, F.'IO. 

— Htmting the killer whale. C: F: Holder, il. Recrea- 

tion 31: 111-3, Mr.'lO. 
Pioneer life. United States, Western. Reminiscences of 

an American mother on the western frontier. Mrs. 

D. M. Valentine. J. Am.%is. 4: 77-84, Ja.'lO. 
Pioneers. Attitude of congress toward the pioneers. 

K. W. Colgrove. la. J. 8: 4-129, Ja.'lO. 
Plants. Good plants for the dining table. H. H. Henry. 

il. Sub. L. 10: 19, Ja.'lO. 
Playgrounds. Give the children a chance to play. M. H. 

Wright, il. Am. City 2: 115-17, Mr.'lO. 

— The playgroimd problem. Am. City 2: 80-1, F.'IO. 

— at Winthrop, Mass. Am. City 2: 86, F.'IO. 

Poles, Wooden. The rejuvenation of, by concrete. M. M. 

Hunting, il. Tech. W. 12: 548-50, Ja.'lO. 
Police. Work of, in various cities. C. Hovey. il. Met M. 

31: 701-16, F.'IO, and following issues. 
Potice stations. New York city. Building for the police 

department headquarters, il. Arch. & B. M. 42: 

123-9, Ja.'lO. 

— New York city. Second Precinct, il. Arch. & B. M. 

42: 130-4, Ja.'lO. 
Politics. Physiology of. A. L. Lowell. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 
1-15, F.MO 

— Simplification of. J. W. Wadsworth, Jr. Am. City 2: 

129-32, Mr.'lO. 
Porches. The porch and the paved terrace. J. Stuy- 
vesant. il. House & G. 17: 32-3, Ja.'lO. 

— Sleeping-porch, Building a. T. E. Whittlesey, il. 

House & G. 17: 44, Ja.'lO. 



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Bulletin of Bibliography. 



Vol. 6 No. 3 



Postal rates. On magazines. Recreation 31: 124, Mr.' 10. 
Potter, Albert F., 1859-. Associate forester of United 

States. Am. For. 16: 107-8, F.'IO. 
Pottery. Old blue earthenware with historic American 

scenes. N. H. Moore, il. Connoisseur 26: 77-83. 

F.'IO, and following issue. 

— Salt-glaze. G. W. Rhead. il. Connoisseur 26: 30-2, 

Ja.'lO. 

— Wares of the Simg and Yuan dynasties. R. L. Hob- 

son, il. Burl. M. 16: 219-21, Ja.'lO, and following 

issues. 
Potts, Richard, 1753-. Memoir. L. H. Steiner. Md. His. 

M. 5: 63-7, Mr.'lO. 
Poultry. Keeping just a few hens. E: I. Farrington. il. 

Sub. L. 10: 71, F.'IO. 

— Most popular breeds of. T:F. McGrew. il. Sub. L. 10: 

24. Ja.^10. 
Poverty. Socialism, the solution of the problem. R. W. 
Brufere. il Met. M. 31: 651-60, F.'IO. 

— What the Roman Catholic Church is doing to relieve 

poverty. James, Cardinal Gibbons, il. Met. M. 31: 

479-88, Ja.'lO. 
Preaching^, How to make sermons more interesting. 

J: F. Cowan. Hom. R. 59: 29-31, Ja.'lO. 
Prescription. Law of, considered. J. H. Ralston. Am. 

J. Int. L. 4: 133-44, Ja.'lO. 
Primroses. Why you should grow primroses. Adeline 

Thomson, il. House & G. 17: 116, Mr.'lO. 
Printing. The lay-out. S. R. Hall. Print. Art 15: 30-2, 

Mr.'lO. 

— Legibility, Exceptions to the rule of. H. L. Koopman. 

Print. Art 14: 338-40, Ja.'lO. 

— Offset printing process. E. O. Grover. Print. Art 14: 

346-8, Ja.'lO. 

— Picttire m typography A. L. Hennessey. Print. Art 

14: 425-8, F.'IO. 

— Practical hints for color users. E. St. John. Print. 

Art 15: 28-30, Mr.'lO. 

— Printer's ink, art and clothing. W: H: Baker, il. 

Print. Art 15: 33-9, Mr.'lO. 

— Printing office. The individual in the. W : S. Rossiter. 

Print. Art 15: 25-7, Mr.'lO. 

— Printing press, Propaganda of the. L. Swift. Print. 

Art 15: 17-20, Mr.'lO. 

— Should you give people what they want? T. Scott. 

Print. Art 14: 416-20, F.'IO. 
Prize fighting and prize fighters. The big contests. G. 

Warren, il. Met. M. 31: 626-34, F.'IO. 
Prohibition. Effect of, on crime, charity and business 

property. H. L. Beach. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 332- 

5, Mr.'lO. 

— Kansas, What it means to. H. L. Beach. Pearson 

(N. Y.) 23: 259-67, F.'IO. 
Prophecy. Present need of the Word of God. C: S. Nash. 

Hom. R. 59: 19-24, Ja.'lO. 
Public lands. United States. New valuation of. W: A. 

Du Puy. il. Tech. W. 13: 77-85, Mr.'lO. 
Pulaski, Gen. Count Casimir, -1779. Sketch, pors. 

M. L J. Griffin, il. Am. Cath. Res. n. s. 6: 1-128, 

Ja.'lO. 
Quail. Hvmting "Bob White" in Florida. C. Roberts, il. 

Recreation 31: 132, Mr.'lO. 
Quito, Ecuador. Exposition, 1909. United States awards. 

il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 95-100, Ja.'lO. 
Radnor, S. C. Historical sketch. H. A. M. Smith, map. 

S. C. His. M. 11: 39-42, Ja.'lO. 
Railroad schools. A school for railroad managers. S: O. 

Dunn. il. Tech. W. 12: 502-8, Ja.'lO. 
Railroad stations. New York city. Pennsylvania rail- 
road station. The biggest terminal in the world. 

P. H. Middleton. il. Tech. W. 13: 52-7, Mr.'lO. 

— Relation of terminals to city planning. F: A. Delano. 

U. plan. W. Arch. 15: 5-11, Ja.'lO. 

— Terminal stations. J. V. Davies and J. H. Wells, il. 

W. Arch. 15: 16-19, F.'IO. 
Railroads. Europe. Government ownership of. D: J. 
Lewis. Moody 9: 35-9, Ja.'lO. 

— Holland railway system. C: F. Beach and H. Segnitz. 

Moody 9: 47-50. Ja.'lO. 



Railroads — (continued). 

— Portugal, railway^system of. C: F. Beach and H. 

Segnitz. il. Moody 9: 207-9, Mr.'lO. 

— Snow-ploughs, Rotary, and how they work. F : Hamil- 

ton, il. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 219-22, Ja.'lO. 

— South America. International significance of the 

Andean tunnel, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 198-206, 
F.'IO. 

— South America. Madeira and Mamor6 railway, il. 

Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 31-47, Ta.'lO. 

— South America. Trans-Ancies railway. V. Rutledge. 

il. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 446-9, Mr.'lO. 

— Spain, Railway system of. C: F. Beach and H. Seg- 

nitz. Moody 9: 133-6, F.'IO. 

— United States. Chesapeake & Ohio. J: Moody, map. 

Moody 9: 164-8, Mr.'lO. 

— United States. Denver & Rio Grande. J: Moody, map. 

Moody 9: 40-5, Ta.'lO. 

— United States. Kansas City, Mexico & Orient. J : 

Moody, il. map. Moody 9: 118-24, F.'IO. 

— United States. Lackawanna cut-off, Construction of 

F: A. Talbot, il. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 435-9, 
Mr.'lO. 

— United States. Lyons & Iowa Central R. R. R. I 

Preston, il. Ann. la. 9: 284-300, Ja.'lO. 

— United States. New transcontinental. W : T. Prosser. 

il. Pac. Mo. 23: 209-15, F.'IO. 
Refuse and refuse disposal. The disposal of the city's 

waste. W. F. Morse, il. Am. City 2: 119-22, 

Mr.'lO. 
Religious orders. Scotland. Augustinian priories of 

Nostell and Scone. J. Wilson. Scot. His. R. 7: 

141-59, Ja.'lO. 
Reservoirs. New York city. Ashokan reservoir. C. F. 

Carter, il. Tech. W. 13: 33-44, Mr.'lO. 
Restaurants, New York city Caf6 de I'Opera. il. 

Arch. & B. M. 42: 15.5-62, Ja.'lO. 

— New York city. Whyte's restaurant, il. Arch. & B. M. 

42: 162-4, Ja.'lO. 
Resurrection, "fhe. Four views of. Hom. R. 59: 178-95, 

F.'IO. 
Rigdon, Sidney, 1793-. Mormon minister. Biography. 

H. C. Smith. J. His. 3: 3-20, Ja.'lO. 
Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Sketch of, as a sea-port. il. 

Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 410-23, Mr.'lO. 
Rivers. Commercial possibilities of shallow streams. 

J: E. Mathews. Am. For. 16: 32-40, Ja.'lO 

— Effect of forests upon waters, tr. by Mildred A. Castle, 

fr. Revue des eaux et forets. Par., Ja.l & 15, '09. 
Am. For. 16: 156-73, Mr.'lO. 

— Rivers and navigation in international law. C: C. 

Hyde. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 145-55, Ja.'lO. 
Roman Catholics. Maryland. Petition against double tax, 

1751 (text). Md. His. M. 5: 46-57, Mr.'lO. 
Roofs. Problem of the roof. C: E: Hooper, il. House & 

G. 17: 28-9, viii, Ja.'lO. 
Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-. Gardens at Oyster Bay. 

Photographs by J. H. McFarland. Co. il. Sub. L. 

10: 11, Ja.'lO. 

— Hunting trophies from Africa. F. N. Bauskett. il. 

Tech. W. 12: 530-2, Ja.'lO. 
Rubber. Para-rubber cultivation. J. Parkin. Sci. Pro. 

4: 393-416, Ja.'lO, and following issues. 
Saint-Gaudens, Augustus, 1848-1907. The spirit of 

Saint-Gaudens. Sch. Ed. 29: 195-6, F.'IO. 
St. Louis, Mo. The municipal outlook in St. Louis. M. 

Fesler. il. Am. City 2: 101-9, Mr.'lO. 
Saint- Saens. Composer, as author and poet. G: Pioch. 

N. Music R. 9: 145-6, F.'IO. 
Salvation army, and its conquest of poverty. G. Warren. 

il. Met. M. 31: 789-800, Mr.'lO. 
School architecture. Albany, N. Y. New York state 

normal college, il. plan. Brickb. 19: Ja.'lO. 

— East Orange, N J. Lincoln school, il. W. Arch. 15: 

Ja.'lO. 

— Pittsfield, Mass. William R. Plunkett school, il. plan. 

Brickb. 19: Ja.'lO. 

— St. Louis, Mo. Baden school, il. W. Arch. 15: Mr.'lO. 

— South Orange, N. J. High school, il. W. Arch. 15: 

F.'IO. 



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Magazine Subject-Index. 



95 



School- gardens. What the movement means to the kin- 
dergarten. Myrta M. Higgins. Kind. M. 23: 215-8, 
Mr.MO. 

Schools. Elementary school, Neglect of three R's in. 
Bertha W. Ferguson. Sch. Ed. 29: 150-6, Ja.'lO. 

— High schools, unified and universal. W: McAndrew. 

Ed. Bi-Mo. 4: 207-21, F.'IO. 

— Normal. Parents' normal school convention. Sch. Ed. 

29: 157-60, Ja.'lO. 

— Science in, Futiire of. H. E. Armstrong. Sci. Pro. 4: 

417-43, Ja.'lO. 

Schvunann, Robert, 1810-66. Composer. Autograph 
letter of 1849, G. Kobbe. N. Music R. 9: 144-5, 
F.'IO. 

Scotland. Franco-Scottish league in the fourteenth cen- 
tury. J. Mackinnon. Scot. His. R. 7: 119-29, 
Ja.'^lO. 

— Planting of Augustinians in. J. Wilson. Scot. His. R. 

7: 141-59, Ja.^lO. 

— Scottish crown and Episcopate in the medieval period. 

J: Dowden. Scot. His. R. 7: 130-40, Ja.'lO. 
Seals (numismatics). Historical Scottish seals. F: W. 

Burgess, il. Connoisseur 26: 47-50, Ja.'lO. 
Sex and sexual characters. J. T. Cimningham. Sci. Pro. 

4: 457-73, Ta.'lO. 
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. British Empire 

Shakespeare society. il. Windsor 31: 547-58, 

Mr.'lO. 

— The Janssen, or Somerset, portrait of Shakespeare. 

pors. M. H. Spielmann. Connoisseur 24: 230-7, 

Ag.'09, and following issue. 
Shenondoah, la. Best type of Iowa's small town. H: 

Field, il. Sub. L. 10: 12-3, Ja.'lO. 
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley. Author. Biography of. 

pors. L. Melville, il. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 257-66, 

Sir.'lO. 
Shooting. Duck shooting from a breakwater. U. M. 

Newsom. il. Recreation 31: 114-16, Mr.'lO. 

— Woodcocks in winter. C: B. Morss. il. Recreation 31: 

28-30, Ja.'lO. 
Shrubs. Best twelve shrubs for the small place. P. T. 

Barnes, il. Sub. L. 10: 133-4, Mr.'lO. 
Shutters. Tvpes of outside shutters, il. House & G. 17: 

35, Ja.'lO. 
Sidney, Margaret, pseud. (Mrs. Daniel Lothrop). Author. 

pors. Norma B. Carson, il. Bk. News 28: 407- 

14, F.'IO. 
Singing. Choral music in England. S. Grew. N. Music R. 

9: 79-83, Ja.'lO. 

— New methods of voice training. V. Maurel. il. Van 

N. 6: 392-6, Ja.'lO. 
Ski ninning auid skis. How to make skis. M. A. Walker. 

il. Recreation 31: 27, Ja.'lO. 
Smith, Reginald Bosworth. Ideal schoolmaster. G. 

Douglas. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 225-6, F.'IO. 
Smoke prevention. Smoke abatement in Cincinnati. M. 

Nelson. Am. City 2: 8-10, Ja.'lO. 
Smuggling. Criss-cross over the boundary. J. G. Mc- 

Curdy. il. Pac. Mo. 23: 182-93, F.'IO. 
Snow. Crystal forms of. W. A. Bentley. il. Tech. W. 13: 

24-7, Mr.'lO. 
Snowshoeing. On the snowshoe trails. E: Cave. il. 

Recreation 31: 17-19, Ja.'lO. 

— A suburban pastime. R. Brumbaugh, il. Sub. L. 10: 

25, Ja.'lO. 
Social centers. Social centers. Am. City 2: 83-4, F.'IO. 
SociaUsm. The Hebrew prophets, social message. S. S. 

Wise. Pac. Mo. 23: 153-60, F.'IO. 

— A solution for poverty problem. R. W. Brufere. il. 

Met. M. 31: 651-60, F.'lO. 
Soil. Fertility. Factors which determine. E: J. Russell. 

il. Sci. Pro. 4: 353-65, Ja.'lO. 
South America. Lardner Gibbon's explorations in. il. 

Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 448-58, Mr.'lO. 
South CaroUna. Records of Court of Ordinary, 1 692-1 700 

(abstracts). S. C. His. M. 11: 50-6, Ja.'lO. 
Spain. Real castles in. Louise C. Hale. il. Met. M. 31: 

582-90, F.'IO. 
Spiritualism. Eusapia Palladino and her work. H. Mim- 

sterberg. il. Met. M. 31: 559-72, F.'IO. 



Spotted fever. Strange plague baffles science. R. Bache. 

il. Tech. W. 12: 667-72, F.'IO. 
Sprasring. When, what and how to spray. G. Teall. il. 

House & G. 17: 99-100, Mr.'lO. 
Springfield, HI. Record book of the village, 1832-40. 

111. His. J. 2: Ja.'lO, 74-6. 
Stanley, Sir Henry Morton. His autobiography reviewed. 

pors. G: Douglas, il. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 180-2, 

Ja.'lO. 
Stark, Gen. John, 1728-1822. Portrait in color. J. Am. 

His. 4: 58, Ja.'lO. 

— Revolutionary general, por. G. P. Brown, il. Gran. 

Mo. 42: 81-4, Mr.'lO. ' 

Steinheil, Marguerite (Japy). Sketch of. S. Heiling. il. 
Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 344-50, Mr.'lO. 

Stocks. Hocking R. R. pool. M. M. Reynolds, il. Moody 
9: 87-90, F.'IO. 

Story-telling as a factor in education. Cora M. Hamil- 
ton. Ed. Bi-Mo. 4: 172-4, F.'IO. 

— in the kindergarten. L. T. M. Kind. M. 23: 144-5, 

Ja.'lO. 
Strachey, J. St. Loe. Editor of the Spectator, pors. il. 

Bkman (Lond.) 37: 173-7, Ja.'lO. 
Studios. Studio of chestnut slabs and cement. E:Fesser. 

il. plan. House & G. 17: 30-1, viii-xi, Ja.'lO. 
Submarine boats. Periscope for the submarines. C. 

Bem bridge, il. Tech. W. 12: 535-7, Ja.'lO. 

— Safety of crew in accidents. Kenneth Whiting's 

demonstration. L. Irving, il. Tech. W. 12: 663- 
6, F.'IO. 

Sugar trust. Exposure of frauds in the customs house, by 
R: Parr. J. S. Lopez, il. Van N. 6: 385-91, Ja.'lO. 

Simday-schoob. The international Sunday-school les- 
sons. Angelina W. Wray. Sch. Ed. 29: 188-91, 
F.'IO. 

Superior, Lake. Camping along the North shore. K. B. 
Alexander, il. Recreation 31: 99-103, Mr.'lO, and 
following issue. 

Sweden. Maritime boundary dispute between Norway 
and Sweden, Decision. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 226-36, 
Ja.'lO. 

Taft, William Howard. Betrayer of the nation. A. H. 
Lewis. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 291-300, Mr.'lO, and 
following issues. 

Telegraph. Pictures sent by. The new telectrograph. C. 
Bembridge. il. Tech. W. 13: 61-3, Mr.'lO. 

Telephone. History of the invention. H. N. Casson. W. 
Work (Lond.) 15: 418-26, Mr.'lO. 

Tents. How to make a Sibley tent. H. J. Holden. il. 
Recreation 31: 81-3, F.'IO. 

Theatre. See Dramatic Index. 

Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-62, and Walden Pond. por. 
N. B. Ripley. Bk. News 28: 416-8, F.'IO. 

Tibet, the foroidden land. Sven Hedin's journey over the 
Himalaya Mts. A. R. Colquohoun. il. Bkman 
(Lond.) 37: 271-2, Mr.'lO. 

Timber. United States. South. Perpetuating the re- 
sources of. R. S. Kellogg, il. Am. For. 16: 3-12, 
Ja.'lO. 

Tintoretto. At the British museum. S. Colvin. il. Burl. 
M. 16: 189-200, Ja.'lO, and following issues. 

Toads. The toad as a garden benefactor. A. C. Work- 
man, il. House & G. 17: 113, xv-xvi, Mr.'lO. 

Tolstoy, Leon. A visit to Tolstoy, pors. H : George, Jr. 
il. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 251-61, F.'IO. 

Trees. Birches. All the birches worth while. E: C. Car- 
roll, il. House & G. 17: 70-1, xiv-xv, F '10. 

— Care of. Tree surgery for street and park trees in 

cities. L. G. Vair. il. Am. City 2: 125-8, Mr.'lO. 

— Cypress, Arizona, New variety. G: B. Sudworth. il. 

Am. For. 16: 88-90, F.'IO. 

— New life in old trees. J. H. McFariand. il. Sub. L. 

10: 64, F.'IO. 

— Oak, Growing. E: W. Hooker, il. Am. For. 16: 145- 

8, Mr.'lO. 

— Planting. Thin vs. thick. H. J. Elwes. Q. J. For. 4: 

30-3, Ja.'lO. 

— Planting trees for air, light and shade. Grace Tabor. 

il. House & G. 17: 87-9, xix-xx, Mr.'lO. 



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Trevena, John. An appreciation, por. F: T. Cooper. 

Bk. News 28: 505-8, Mr.'lO. 
Trout. Sea trout angling in North Pacific fjords. R: L. 

Pocock. il. Recreation 31: 74-5, F.'IO. 
Trusts. Chicago. City fuel co. and its methods. G: H. 

Cushing. il. Tech. W. 12: 463-77, Ja.' 10. 

— Practical way to regulate trusts. R. B. Reed. Pear- 

son (N. Y.) 23: 105-10, Ja.'lO. 
Tuberculosis. Laurel Hill, N. J., Sanatorium, il. Arch. & 

B. M. 42: 146-8, Ja.'lO. 
Tunnels. International significance of the Andean timnel. 

il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 206, F.'IO. 
Turkey. Turkish women at home. Mrs. K. Brown, il. 

Met M. 31: 759-68, Mr.'lO. 
Turkeys. United States, South. Himting turkeys. H. W- 

Watson, il. Recreation 31: 79-80, F.'IO. 
Tucson, Arizona. Modem city of. A. J. Wells, il. Sun- 
set 24: 233-6, F.'IO. 
United States. Census. Our wasteful census plan. A. L. 

Benson. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 21-6, Ja.'lO. 

— Civil war. Chasing a blockade runner. F. H. Sweet. 

Americana 5: 194-200, F.'IO. 

— Civil war. Virginia's position in 1861. C: F. Adams. 

Va. M. 18: 92-6, Ja.'^lO. 

— Constitution. Federal and state constitutions. Thorpe, 

F. N. Federal and state constitutions, colonial 
charters, and other organic laws (review). F. W. 
Dodd. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 135-8, F.'IO. 

— Declaration of independence, First: Lancaster con- 

vention, 1776. W. S. Dtmgan. J. Am. His. 4: 145-9, 
Ja.'lO. 

— Life-saving service. Wrecks that made. J: R. Spears. 

il. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 398-400, Mr.'lO. 

— PoUtical verse satires, 1789-1806. D. E. Mowry. 

Americana 5: 211-21, F.'IO. 

— Revolution. Evacuation of Charleston, S. C, by 

British, 1782. J. W. Barnwell. S. C. His. M. 11: 1-26, 
Ja.'lO. 

— Revolution, First accounts of. D. E. Phillips. J. Am. 

His .4: 65-72, Ja.'lO. 

— Revolution. Loyalist in America. J. Moore. J. Am. 

His. 4: 29-47, Ja.'lO. 

— Revolution. Pennsylvania. Muster rolls of three 

troops Loyalist light dragoons, 1777-8. C. E. God- 
frey. Pa. M. 34: 1-8, Ja.'lO. 

— Revolution. Gen. Casimir Pulaski and his services. 

M. I. J. Griffin, il. Am. Cath. Res. n. s. 6: 1-128, 
Ja.'lO. 

— Revolution. Col. Timothy Walker's minute men's 

regiment, 1775. F. A. Gardner. Mass. M. 3: 25-39, 
Ja.'lO. 

— War of 1812. Gov. Shelby's correspondence during. 

W. W. Longmoor. Ky. Reg. 8: Ja.'lO, 103-11, and 
following issues. 

— West. Attitude of congress toward the pioneers. 

K. W. Colgrove. la. J. 8: 4-129, Ja.'lO. 
Van Horn, Col. Robert Thompson, 1824-. Sketch. J. M. 

Greenwood. Mo. His. R. 4: 92-105, Ja.'lO. 
Vases. Vase in the house. Katherine Pope. il. House & 

G. 17: 76, x-xiii, F.'IO. 

Vegetables. Grow yotu- own vegetables. F. F. Rockwell. 

il. House & G. 17: 64-5, xvi-xvii, F.'IO, and fol- 
lowing issues. 
Venezuela as a stock raising country, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 

30: 48-56, Ja.'lO. 
Vermont. Forestry beginnings in. A. F. Hawes. il. Am. 

For. 16: 82-7. F.'IO. 
Vincent township, Chester county. Pa. History of. F: 

Sheeder. Pa. M. 34: 74-98, Ja.'lO, and following 

issues. 
Wall coverings. What to use. Mabel T. Priestman. il. 

Sub. L. 10: 17-18, Ja.'lO. 
Walls. Shall we wainscot the walls? J. Stuyvesant. il. 

House & G. 17: 103-5, Mr '10. 
Washington, George, 1732-99. Before the revolution. 

W: S. Birge. Americana 5: 37-45, Ja.'lO. 

— Letter of, to Gen. Pvilaski. Am. Cath. Res. n. s. 6: 

79-80, Ja.'lO. 



Washington — (contintied) . 

— New sculptural conceptions of. O. H. Semple. il 

Pac. Mo. 23: 136-8, F.'IO. 

— Personality of. F: T. Hill. il. Met. M. 31: 635-43, 

F.'IO, and following issue. 

— Portraits, celebrated. J. Am. His. 4: various paees. 

Ja.'lO. ^ ^ 

— Recently discovered letter. H. J. Campbell. Pac. Mo. 

23: 113-16, F.'IO. 

Watches. Old verge watch-cocks. D. C. Falcke. il. 
Connoisseur 26: 25-9, Ja.'lO. 

Water supply. Problems of the northwest. R. R. How- 
ard, il. Pac. Mo. 23: 41-51, Ja.'lO. 

— for the country home. H. W, Slauson. il. House & 

G. 17: 18-19, Ja.'lO. 
Water towers. California. A remarkable water tower, 

in Little Bear valley. R. A. Fawcett. il. Tech. W. 

12: 565-6, Ja.'lO. 
Waterfalls. Brazil, Trip to Paulo Affonso Falls, il. Bui 

Am. Rep. 30: 66-82, Ja.'lO. 
Waterways. Commercial possibilities of shallow streams. 

J: L. Mathews. Am. For. 16: 32-40, Ja.'lO. 

— Effect of forests upon waters, tr. by Mildred A. Castle, 

fr. Revue des eaux et forets. Par., Ja.l &15,'09. 

Am. For. 16: 156-73, Mr.'lO. 
Waxes. Mr. Lewis Harcourt's collection of waxes. P. 

Bate. il. Connoisseur 26: 135-42, Mr.'lO. 
Whales. Killer whales of California coast. C: F: Holder. 

il. Recreation 31: 111-3, Mr.'lO. 
Wharton, Edith. Her heroines. Elizabeth L. Stocking. 

Americana 5: 80-7, Ja.'lO. 
Whetstones. Where the whetstones come from. E. M. 

Kindle, il. Tech. W. 12: 551-2, Ja.'lO. 
Whistler, James Abbott McNeil, 1834-1903. As I knew 

him. pors. H. Pennington, il. Met. M. 31: 769-76, 

Mr.'lO. 
White Mountains, N, H. Logging in. L. D. Sherman, il. 

Recreation 31: 51-6, F.'IO. 
Windows. Bay-windows, Nine types of. il. House & G. 

17: 53, F.'^IO. 

— What kind of windows? C. M. Winslow. il. House & 

G. 17: 20-1, xi-xii, Ja.'lO. 
Woman Suffrage. Political promise from women. R. 
Barry, il. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 143-58, Feb.' 10. 

— United States. Present state of votes for women 

map. Van N. 6: 484-6, F.'IO. 

— Why New Hampshire should give votes to women. 

H. H. Metcalf. Gran. Mo. 42: 23-7, Ja.'lO. 

— Why women oppose it. R. Barry, il. Pearson (N. Y.) 

23: 319-31, Mr.'lO. 
Women. Movements, social, philanthropic, directed by 
women. Frances M. Bjorkman. il. Van N. 6: 404- 
10, Ja.'lO. 

— Some belles of savage ancestry. Don Steffa. il. Pac. 

Mo. 23: 223-31, Mr.'lO. 

— What makes a woman beautiful. R. W. Shufeldt. il. 

Pearson (N. Y ) 23: 121-9, Ja.'lO. 
Wood. Finishing woods, effect of forest spoliation on. 

R. C. McLean, il. W. Arch. 15: 32-4, Mr.'lO. 
Woodcocks. Shooting, in the winter. C: B. Morss. il. 

Recreation 31: 28-30, Ja.'lO. 
Woodworking. Recreation with tools. L S. Griffith, il. 

Sub. L. 10: 22, Ja.'lO. 
Wool. Wool industry in the Americas, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 

30: 385-409, Mr.'lO 
Work, John. Fur-trader. Journal of. T. C. Elliott. Ore. 

His. Q. 10: 296-313, S.'09. 
Wyoming. Cattle herding in. C: G. Morris, il. Pac. Mo. 

23: 139-48, F.'IO. 
York Harbor, Me. Bridge over York River, and the law- 
suit. R. C. Masterton. il. Van N. 6: 541-8, 

F.'IO. 
Yosemite national park. 200-mlle loop in. R. L. Glisson. 

il. Pac. Mo. 23: 51-8, Ja.'lO. 
Y. M. C. A. buildings. Bloomington, 111. Y. M. C. A. 

building, il. plan. W. Arch. 15: Mr.'lO. 

— Charlotte, N. C. Y. M C. A. building, il. plan. W. 

Arch. 15: F.'IO. 

— Duluth, Minn. Y. M. C. A. building, il. plan. W. 

Arch. 15: Ja.'lO. 



Apr., 1910 



Quarterly Dramatic Index. 



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QUARTERLY DRAMATIC INDEX, JAN.-MAR., J9I0.* 

(*Bein8: a continuation of Dramatic Index, Vol. I. 1909.) 
An Index to »U articles, reviews, and pictures relatlug to tlie stag:e which have appeared in the periodicals of the 

laHt three months. 

Note:— In addition to the following list of periodicals which are indexed regularly, articles and portraits of dramatic interest in 
the important popular magazines and reviews in the English language are included, thus covering the periodical field thoroughly, 
or some 150 titles in all. 

LIST OF PERIODICALS REGULARLY INDEXED AND ABBREVIATIONS USED. 
OTHER PERIODICALS INCLUDED CAN BE RECOGNIZED BY THEIR ABBREVIATIONS. 



Acad. 
Am. M. 

Arch. & B. M. 

Arbna. 

Atlan. 

Bk. News. 

Bkman (Lond.) 

Bookman. 

Bul. Am. Rbp. 

Burr Mc. 
Canad. M. 

Cent. 

Chaut. 

Collier's. 

Contemp. 

cosmopol. 

Craftsman. 

Cur. Lit. 

Delin. 

Etude. 

Everybody's. 

FORTN. 

Forum. 

Graphic. 

G. Bk. Album. 

Hampton. 

Harper. 

Harp. B. 

Harp. W. 

III. Lond. N. 

Indep. 

Int. Studio. 



Academy. London. 

American Magazine. N. Y. 

Architects' and Builders' Magazine. 

Arena. Boston. 

Atlantic Monthly. Boston. 

Book News. Phila. 

Bookman. London. 

Bookman. N. Y. 

Bulletin of American Republics. 

ington, D. C. 
Burr Mcintosh Monthly. N. Y. 
Canadian Magazine. Toronto. 
Century. N. Y. 

Chautauquan. Chautauqua, N. Y. 
Collier's National Weekly. N. Y. 
Contemporary Review, London. 
Cosmopolitan. N. Y. 
Craftsman. N. Y. 
Current Literature. N. Y. 
Delineator. N. Y. 
Etude. Phila. 

Everybody's Magazine. N. Y. 
Fortnightly Review. London. 
Forum. N. Y. 
Graphic. London. 
Green Book Album. Chicago. 
Hampton's Magazine. N.Y. 
Harper's Monthly. N. Y. 
Harpers' Bazar. N. Y. 
Harper's Weekly. N. Y. 
Illustrated London News. London 
Independent. N. Y. 
International Studio. N. Y. 



Ladies' H. J. 
Les. W. 
N. Y. Life. 
Lit. D. 
Liv. Age. 
McClure. 
Met. M. 
Mod, Philol. 
Wash- MuNSEY. 

Mus. COUR. 
Musician. 
Nation. 
N. Music R, 
N. Y. Dram. 
19th Cent. 
No. Am. 
Outlook. 
Overland, n. s. 
Pac, Mo. 
Pearson (N. Y.) 
Poet Lore. 
Putnam's. 
R. ofRs. 
Sat. R. 
SCRIB. M. 

Spectator. 
Success. 
Sunset. 
Theatre. 



Ladies' Home Journal. Phila. 

Leslie's Weekly, N.Y. 

Life, N. Y, 

Literary Digest. N. Y. 

Living Age. Boston. 

McClure's Magazine. N. Y. 

Metropolitan Magazine. N. Y. 

Modern Philology. Chicago. 

Munsey's Mag^azme. N. Y. 

Musical Courier. PhiU. 

Musician. Bo.ston. 

Nation. N. Y. 

New Music Review. N. Y. 

New York Dramatic Mirror. N. Y. 

Nineteenth Century. London. 

North American Review. N. Y. 

Outlook, N. Y. 

Overland Monthly. San Francisco. 

Pacific Monthly. Portland, Ore. 

Pearson's Magazine. N. Y. 

Poet Lore. Boston. 

Putnam's Magazine. N. Y. 

American Monthly Review of Reviews. 

Saturday Review, London. 

Scribner's Magazine. N, Y. 

Spectator. London. 

Success. N. Y. 

Sunset. San Francisco. 

Theatre. N.Y. 

Home Companion 



Woman's HomeC. Woman's 
field, O. 

World Today. World Today. Chicago 
World's Work. World's Work. N.Y. 



Spring- 



Explanatory Inclusive pages of articles indexed are given. If less than a 



the page to give an approximate idea of length 



tth. The volume, month and year are given 
that each issue of that periodical pages froir 



page the fractions {%) (M) (Ji 
e given for each reference. Wl 



pages from page i. 



, ) (%) are used after 
here month and year 



are given preceding the pages, it indicatesi .^ ^ ,^ ^ ^ 

"11." means illustrated. ''por.","pors.", mean article with portrait or portraits. "Portrait" means portrait only, no article. 
"Portrait (in group)" or "por. (in group)" indicates that one or more other persons appear in the picture. Scenes and acts from 
plays may be either illustrations or text, and are distinguished by adding in brackets (picture) , or (text), 

A colon after an initial designates the most usual given name, as per rule adopted by the A, L, A,, and by Header's Guide and 
Library Index. 

DRAMATIC INDEX, JAN- TO MAR., J9J0. 



Acting. 

The versatile barnstormer. G: C. Jenks. Theatre 11: 
95-6, Mr.' 10. 
Actors and actresses. 

The actor as a business man. E. Breese. G. Bk. 

Album 3: 209-16, Ja.'lO. 
Children of the stars, (jertrude Vivian, il. Woman's 

Home C. 37: Mr.'lO, 52-3. 
When should they retire. A. Klauber. Pearson 
(N. Y.) 23: 225-9. F.'IO. 
Adams, Maude (Kiskadden), actress, 1872- 

Portrait. Mtmsey 42: 588, Ja.'lO. 
Ade, George, librettist, 1866-. See Old town, The. 
AflBnity, The, drama by E. Brieux, translated by L. 
Irving. 
Criticism. Forum 43: 191(i), F.'IO. 
Production at Comedy theatre, N. Y. City, Ja.l910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.l5,'10. 5(i) 
Ainley, Henry, actor, 1879-. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 232, F.12,'10. 
Akerstrom, UUie, dramatist. See St. Elmo. 
Aladdin, pantomime. 

Production at London. 111. Lond. N. 136: 2(t), Ta.l,'10. 
Scene from (pictiu-e). 111. Lond. N. 136: 17, Ja.l,'10; 
136: 53, Ja.8,' 10.— Graphic 81: 3-4, Ja.1,'10. 
Alda, Frances, opera singer. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 103, Ja.'lO. 
Sketch, por as Desdemona. Mus. (Jour. 60: F.16,'10, 
33(i). 



Alias Jimmy Valentine, drama by P. Armstrong, from A 
retrieved reformation, by O. Henry. 
Production at Wallack's theatre, N. Y. City. J. S. 
Metcalfe. Life 55: 204(J), F.3,'10.— N. Y. Dram. 
63: Ja.29,'10, 6(J).— Theatre 11: 41, F.'IO; 11: vii- 
viii, Mr.'lO. 
Scenes from (pictures) and description. Harp. W. 54: 
Mr.5,'10, 24. 
Allan, Maud, dancer. 

Portrait dancing the Spring song. Hampton 24: 403, 
Mr.'lO. 
Allen, Perceval, singer. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 275, F.19,'10. 
Ambient, Mark, librettest. See Arcadians, The. 
Anderson, Mary (Mrs. A. F. de Navarro), actress, 1859-. 

Portrait as Parthenia. Cent. 79: 697, Mr.'lO. 
Anglin, Margaret Mary, actress, 1876-. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 57, Ja.'lO.— Canad. M. 34: 370, 

F.'IO. 
Portrait as Viola in Twelfth night. Pearson (N, Y.) 
23: 226, F.'IO. 
Anthony, John, actor. 

Portrait (in group) as Sir Peter Teazle in The school for 
scandal. Am. M. 69: 703, Mr.'lO. 
Anthony and Cleopatra, drama by W: Shakespeare. 
Description, il. Met. M. 31: 676-7, F.'IO. 
Criticism. C. Hamilton. Bookman 30: 459, F.'IO. 
Production at the New theatre. Forum 43: 68-70, 

Ja.'lO 
Scene from (picture), as produced at the New theatre. 
Am. M. 69: 697, Mr.'lO.— Theatre 11: 9, Ja.'lO. 



* Annual Dramatic Index, covering 1909 (and including an index to "The Theatre Manzine" for 1908 and igog, and also 
to the dramatic books of 1909), 228 p. Octavo, $3.50 net ((3.7s including delivery). The Boston Book Co. 



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Arcadians, The, musical play bv M. Ambient, A. M. 
Thompson, A. Wimperis, L. Monckton and H. Tal- 
bot. 
Production at Liberty theatre, N. Y. City. N. Y. 
Dram. 63: Ja.29,'10. 6(J).— il. Theatre 1 1 : 70, 96, 
xi-xii, Mr. '10. 
Armstrong, Paul, dramatist. 

Portrait (with his children). G. Bk. Album 3: 464, 

Mr. '10. 
See Alias Jimmy Valentine. 
Augarde, Adrienne, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 369, Mr.'lO. 
Awakening of Helena Richie, The, drama by Charlotte 
Thompson, adapted from Margaret Deland's novel. 
Notice. U. Burr Mc. 22: 56-7. Ja.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 48: 203, Ja.'lO. 
Bachelor's baby. The, drama by F. Wilson. 
Criticism. Hampton 24: 409(i), Mr.'lO. 
Production at Criterion theatre, N. Y. City. J. S. 
Metcalfe. Life 55: 93(i), Ja.l3,'10. 
Bahr, Hermann, dramatist. See Master, The. 
Baird, Dorothea (Mrs. H: Irving), actress, 1875-. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 274, F.19,'10. 
Balkan princess. The, comic opera by F: Lonsdale, F. 
Curzon, P. Rubens and A. Wimperis. 
Production at Prince of Wales theatre, London. 111. 
Lond. N. 136: 294(i), F.26,'10. 
Bantock, Leedham, librettist. See Belle of Brittany, The. 
Bard, Wilkie, actor. 

Portrait as Widow Twankay in Aladdin. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 52, Ja.8,'10. 
Barker, H. Granville, dramatist, 1877-. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 306, F.26,'10 
Baron, Mme. Alice, opera singer. 

Portrait as Chrysothemis in Elektra. Cur. Lit. 48: 
324, Mr.'lO. 
Barrie, James Matthew, dramatist, I860-. 
Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 306, F.26,'10. 
See What every woman knows. 
Barrier, The, play by E. Presbrey, adapted from the 
novel of R. Beach. 
Production at New Amsterdam theatre, N. Y. City, 

Ja.1910. N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.22,'10, 5(i). 
Synopsis of. G. Bk. Albtmi 3: 519-20, Mr.'lO. 
Barrow, P. J., dramatist See Belle of Brittany, The. 
Barrymore, Ethel (Mrs. R. G. Colt), actress, 1879-. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 107, F.3,'10.— Theatre 11: 69, 

Mr.'lO. 
Portrait with infant daughter. Success 13: 158, Mr.'lO. 
Portrait as Zoe Bltmdell in Mid-channel. Lit. D. 40: 

350, F.19,'10. 
Seven ages of. pors. Woman's Home C. 37: Ja.'lO, 
21. 
Barthel, Louise, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 479, Mr.'lO —Theatre 11: 
37, F.'IO. 
Bates, Blanche (Mrs. Milton F. Davis), actress, 1873-. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 463, Mr.'lO. 
Battle, The, drama by C. Moflett. 

Theme of. Am. M. 69: 415, 417, Ja.'lO. 
Bayes, Nora (Mrs. Jack Norworth), actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 453, Mr.'lO. 
Beach, Rex Ellingwood, author, 1877-. See Barrier, The. 
Beecham, Thomas, musical conductor. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 275, F.19,'10. 
Beecher, Janet, actress. 

Sketch. G. Bk. Album 3: 627-9, Mr.'lO. 
Belasco, David, dramatist, 1862-. See Lily, The. 
Bell, Florence E. E. (Ollifle), Lady, dramatist. 

See Way the money goes, The. 
Belle of Brittany, The. comic opera by L. Bantock, P. J. 
Barrow and H. Talbot. 
Criticism. Hampton 24: 134-5, Ja'.lO. 
Description, il Met. M. 31: 826-7, Mr.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 132, Ja.'lO. 



Bennett (Enoch) Arnold, dramatist, 1867-. 

See What the public wants. 
Bernhardt, Sarah (Rosina Sarah Damala), actress, 1845-. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 120, Ja. 22, '10.— 
Cent. 79: 712, Mr.'lO. 

Portrait as Joan of Arc. Theatre 10: 5, Ja.'lO. 
Bernstein, Henry (Herman), dramatist, 1854-. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 4, Ja.'lO. 

See Israel. 
Besier, Rudolph, dramatist. 

See Don. 

See Olive Latimer's husband. 
Beveridge, Ray, actress. 

Portraits. G: Bk. Album 3: 237, F.'IO. 
Bisson, Alexandre, dramatist, 1848-. See Madame X. 
Bjorson, BjOmstjeme, author and dramatist, 1832-. 

Sketch. por. E. Hudson. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 203, 
Ja.'lO. 
Blood, Adele, actress. 

Sketch, por. N. Y. Dram. 63: F.19,'10, 1, 8. 
Blue bird. The, play by M. Maeterlinck. 

Review. Spectator 104: 18-19, Ja.l,' 10. 

Scene from. Graphic 81: 185, F.5,'10. 

Scenes from (pictures). Theatre 11: 51, F.'IO. 
Boland, Mary, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 210, Ja.'lO.— G. Bk. Album 
3: 231, F.'IO. 

Sketch of. G. Bk. Album 3: 342-5, F.'IO 
Bonita, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 458, Mr.'lO. 
Booker, Betty, singer. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 275, F.19,'10. 
Booth, Edwin Thomas, actor, 1833-93. 

Portrait. Cent 79: 552, F.'IO. 
Borras, Enrigue, actor. 

Popular Mexican actor, por. Theatre 11: 32, Ja.'lO. 
Boucicault, Dion, actor and dramatist, 1822-90. 

Portrait as Conn. Cent. 79: 699, Mr.'lO. 
Bradford, Edith, actress. 

Portrait in The chocolate solider. Everybody's 22: 
269, F.'IO. 
Breese, Edmtmd, actor, 1870-. 

The actor as a business man. G. Bk. Albtim 3: 209- 
16, Ja.'lO. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Albtim 3: 20, Ja.'lO. 
Brian, Donald, actor. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 243, F.'IO. 
Brieux, Eugene, dramatist, 1858-. See Affinity, The. 
Brune, Minnie Tittell, actress. 

Portrait as Lady Carew in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. 
Graphic 81: 194, F.5,'10. 
Brunette, Esther, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 42: 589, Ja.'lO. 
Bnms, Edna, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 376, Mr.'lO. 
Builder of bridges, The, drama by A. Sutro. 

Description, il. Met. M. 31: 538-9. 

Synopsis. G. Bk. Album 3: 84-5, Ja.'lO.— il. Hamp- 
ton 24: 128-33, Ja.'lO. 
Biirgess, Neil, actor, 1851-1910. 

Obituary. N. Y. Dram. 63: F.26,'10, 10(i). 

Portrait as Abigail Prue. N. Y. Dram. 63: Mr.5,'10. 

9(i)- 
Burke, Billie (Ethel), actress. 

Her experiences. G. Bk. Album 3: 543-6, Mr.'lO. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 136, F.10,'10. 

Portraits (in groups). G. Bk. Album 3: 460-1, Mr.'lO. 
Cadman, Ethel, actress. 

Career of. pors. Theatre 11: 94, Mr.'lO. 
Cameo Kirby, drama by B. Tarkington and H. L. Wilson. 

Production at Hackett theatre, N. Y. City. J. S. 
Metcalfe. Life 55: 36(i), Ja.6,'10.— N. Y. Dram. 63: 
Ja.l, '09, 5(i). 

Synopsis. Hampton 24: 276(J), F.'IO. 
Campanari, Giuseppe, opera singer. 

Portrait. Etude 29: 53 (i), Ja.'lO. 
Campbell, Maurice, dramatist. See Where there is a will. 
Campbell, Mrs. Maurice. See Grossman, Henrietta. 



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Captain Kidd, comic opera by R: H. Davis and L. 
Stuart. 
Production at Wyndham theatre, London. 111. Lond. 

N. 136: llO(i), Ja.22,'10. 
Scenes from (pictures). 111. Lond. N. 136: 202, F.5,'10. 
Carasa, Frederico de, opera singer, 1888-. 

Portrait. Cur. Lit. 48: 86, Ja.'lO. 
Carr, Comyns, dramatist. See Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. 
Caruso, Enrico, opera singer, 1874-. 

Caruso and lesser stars. Lit. D. 40: 488-9. Mr. 12, "10. 
Portrait Am. M. 69: 542, F.'IO. 
Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 245, F.'IO. 
Cavalieri, Lina, opera singer. 

Operatic ambitions of. pors. E. Lathrop. Theatre 

11: 58-9, F.'IO. 
Portrait. Am. M. 69: 543, F.'IO. 

Portrait as Salome in Herodiade. Everybody's 22: 
414(J), Mr.'lO. 
Censorship 

Censorship of stage plays. Viola Tree. 19th Cent. 67 : 

164-72, Ja.'lO. 
How England regulates the drama. Cur. Lit. 48: 72-3, 
Ja.'lO. 
Chanticleer (Chanticler), drama by E. Rostand. 
Bird play. Liv. Age 264: 696, Mr.l2,'10. 
"Chanticleer" satiric idea. Lit. D. 40: 349-50, F.19,'10. 
Characters (pictures). 111. Lond. N. 136: 171, Ja.29,'10. 
Criticism. Outlook 94: 373(^), F.9,'10. 
Estimate of. C: Dawbam. 111. Lond. N. 136: 218, 

F.12,'10. 
First night of Chanticleer, il. Lit. D. 40: 441-2, 

Mr.5,'10. 
The human bird. A criticism. Spectator 104: 248-9, 

F.12,'10. 
Impressions of. Elizabeth Dryden. il. Harp. W. 

54, Mr.5,'10, 8-9. 
The most advertised play ever written, por. Cur. 

Lit. 48: 319-21, Mr.'lO. 
Notice. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 109: 198-9, F.12,'10. 
Presentation of, at the Porte Sainte-Martin, Paris. H: 

Tyrrell, il. Theatre 11: 78-80, xiv, Mr.'lO. 
Rehearsal of. Theatre 11: vi, Ja.'lO. 
Scene from. Graphic 81: 197,F.12,'10; 81: 251, F.19,'10. 
Scenes from (pictures). 111. Lond. N. 136: 217, 230-1, 

233—5 F 12 '10 
When Chanticleer crows. Lit. D. 40: 103(i), Ja.l5,'10. 
Works of costumes (pictures). 111. Lond. N. 136: 321, 
F.26,'10. 
Children of destiny, drama by S. Rosenfeld. 

Condemned. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 440(i), Mr. 10,' 10. 
Production at Savoy theatre, N. Y. City, F.1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Mr.5,'10, 6(i). 
Chirikoff, Jevgeny, dramatist. See Jews in Russia, The. 
Christ'l, the forester's daughter, operetta by G. Jams. 
Production at Irving Place theatre, N. Y. City, Ja.l910 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.22,'10. 5-6. 
City, The, drama by C. Fitch. 

Criticism. Collier's 44: Ja.l5,'10. 7(1).— Forum 43: 

190-1, F.'IO.— Hampton 24: 401-4, Mr.'lO. 
Estimate of. Cur. Lit. 48: 201-2, F.'IO. 
Notice and plot. il. Burr. Mc. 22: 226, Mr.'lO. 
Plot of. il. Harp. W. 54: Ja. 15,' 10. 24. 
Power of. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 373-6, Mr.'lO. 
Production at Lyric theatre, N. Y. City. J. S. Met- 
calfe. Life 55: 36(4), Ja.6,'10.— N. Y. Dram. 63: 
Ja.1,'10, 5-6. — il. Theatre 11: 34, 55, F.'IO. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 401, Mr.'lO. — 

Les. W. 110: 35. Ja.l3,'10. 
Synopsis of G. Bk. Album 3: 513-16, Mr.'lO. 
Clark, Marguerite, actress, 1887-. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 229, Mr.'lO.— Mxmsey 42: 883, 
Mr.'lO.— Theatre 11: 36, F.'IO. 
Clayton, Ethel, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 482, Mr.'lO. 
Clement, Clay, actor and dramatist, -1910. 

Obituary. N. Y. Dram. 63: Mr.5,'10, 5(J). 
Cldment, Edmond, opera singer. 

Career of. pors. E. Lathrop. Theatre 11: 84, 86, 

Mr.'lO. 
Portrait. Theatre 11: 12, Ja.'lO. 



Cohan, George M., actor and playwright, 1878-. 

See Man who owns Broadway, The. 
Collier, Constance (Mrs. Julian L'Estrange), actress, 
1879-. 
Portrait. Munsey 42: 885, Mr.'lO. 
Portrait in Israel. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 228, F.'IO. 
Portrait (in group) in Israel. Everybody's 22: 126, 

Ja.'lO. 
Stage career. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 100-1. Ja.'lO 
Commanding officer. The, drama by T. B. Sayre. 

Brief appreciation of. J. S. Metcalfe. Lite 55: 92(J^), 

Ja.l3,*10. 
Criticism. Forum 43: 185-6. F.'IO. 
Production at Savoy theatre, N. Y. City, D.1909. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.8,'10. 5(4).— Theatre 11: 36, 
F.'IO. 
Synopsis of. G. Bk. Album 3: 520-1, Mr.'lO. 
Congreve, William, dramatist, 1670-1729. 

The comedies of Congreve. W: Archer. Forum 43: 
276-82, Mr.'lO. 
Constantino, Florencio, opera singer. 
Portrait. Am. M. 69: 540, F.'IO. 
Cottage in the air. The, drama by E. Knoblauch. 
Criticism. C. Hamilton. Bookman 30: 461, F.'IO. 
Description, il. Met. M. 31: 680-1, F.'IO. 
Scene from (picture). Am. M. 69: 698, Mr.'lO.— Les. 
W. 110: 35, Ja.l3,'10; 110: 55, Ja.20,'10.— Theatre 
11:9, Ja.'lO. 
Courtenay, William Leonard, actor, 1875-. 
Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 244, F.'IO. 
Crane, William H., actor, 1845-. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 21, Ja.'lO. 
Craven, Elsie, actress. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 14, Ja.l,'10. 
Crawford, Alice, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 225, Mr.'lO.— Mvmsey 42: 742, 
F.'IO.— Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 98, Ja.'lO. 
Crawford, Francis Marion, author, 1854-1909. 

See White sister, The. 
Criticism. 

The actress and her critics. Hilda Spong. G. Bk. 

Album 3: 609-13, Mr.'lO. 
Symons, Arthur. Plays, acting and music (review). 
F. Bickley. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 279(i), Mr.'lO. 
Crothers, Rachel, dramatist. See Man's world, A. 
Grossman, Henrietta (Mrs. M. Campbell), actress, 1871-. 
Plays an actress never plays. G. Bk. Album 3: 98- 
103, Ja.'lO. 
Curzon, Frank, playwright. See Balkan princess. The. 
Dale, Margaret, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 27, Ja.'lO. 
Dallas, Gertrude, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 475. Mr.'lO. 
Dalmores, Charles, opera singer, 187 1-. 

Portrait as Herod m Salome. Mus. Cour. 60: Mr.9,'10, 

1. 
Portrait as Lohengrin. Theatre 11: 47, F.'IO. 
Portrait as Samson. Bk. News 28: 356, Ja.'lO. 
D'Alroy, Evelyn, actress. 

Portrait in The O'Flynn. 111. Lond. N. 136: 232, 

F.12,'10. 
Portrait (in group) in The O'Flynn. 111. Lond. N. 136: 
232, F. 12,^10. 
D'Alvarez, Marguerite, opera singer. 
Portrait. Cur. Lit. 48: 86, Ja.^10. 
Dancing and dancers. 

Pavlowa of the twinkling toes. P. Van R. Key. il 

Cosmopol. 48: 335-40, F.'IO. 
Some ladies who dance, il. Collier's 44: F.5,'10. 

17-18. 
Toy paper-doll dancers and a home-made theatre. M. 
Nugent, il. Ladies' Home J. 17: Mr.'lO, 29. 
Daniell, Mabilia, actress. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 170, Ja.29,'10. 
Daniels, Frank, actor, I860-. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 230, F.'IO. 

Portrait in The belle of Brittany. Everybody's 22: 124, 

Ja.'lO. 
Portrait (with wife and daughter). G. Bk. Album 3: 
412. Mr.'lO. 



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Davies, Ethyl, actress. 

Portrait (with her sister). G. Bk. Album 3: 468, 
Mr.'lO. 
Davies, Reine, actress. 

Portrait (with her sister). G. Bk. Album 3: 468, 
Mr.'lO. 
Davis, Owen, dramatist. See Wishing ring. The. 
Davis, Richard Harding, author and dramatist, 1864-. 

See Captain Kidd. 
Dazie, Mile. (Mrs. Mark A. Luescher), dancer and pan- 
tomimist, 1884-. 
Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 98, Ja.'lO. 
Dearth, Harry, singer. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 276, F.19,'10. 
De Caillaret, A., dramatist. See Inconstant George. 
Decker, Edith, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 477, Mr.'lO.— Munsey 42: 
736, F.'IO. 
de Flers, Robert, dramatist, 1872-. 

See Inconstant George. 
DeKoven, Reginald, composer, 1859-. 
Portrait. Lit. D. 40: 189, Ja.29,'10. 
Deland, Mrs. Margaret W. C, author, 1857-. 

See Awakening of Helena Richie, The. 
Delius, playwright. 

See Village Romeo and Juliet. 
Delna, Mme. Marie, opera singer, 1875-. 

American triumph of. pors. Theatre 11 : 76-7, Mr.'lO. 
De Sousa, May, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 228, Mr.'lO. 
Destinn, Mme. Emmy, opera singer, singer, 1888-. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 12, Ja.'lO. 
Dippel, Andreas, opera singer and director, 1866-. 

From tenor to director of grand opera, pors. Theatre 

11: 14, 16, Ja.'lO. 
Portrait. Everybody's 22: 410(i), Mr.'lO. 
Portrait (in group). Am. M. 69: 544, F.'IO. 
Divorce, drama by S. Strange. 

Production at Lyric theatre, N. Y. City. Theatre 11: 
6-7, Ja.'lO. 
Dix, Dorothy, actress. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 202, F.5,'10. 
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, drama adapted by C. Carr from 
book by R. L. Stevenson. 
Production at Queen's theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 

136: 182(1), F.5,'10. 
Review. Graphic 81: 164, F.5,'10. 
Scene from. Graphic 81: 165, F.5,'10. 
Dodson, John E., actor, 1857-. 

As Sir John Cotswold in The house next door, pors 

W. P. Dodge. Theatre 11: 20-2, Ja.'lO. 
Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 20, Ja.'lO. 
D'Oisly, Maurice, singer. 

Portrait as Aegisthus in Elektra. 111. Lond. N. 136: 
275, F.19,'10. 
Don, drama by R. Besier. 

Plot of. il. Harp. W. 54: Ja. 22, '10. 25. 

Production at the New theatre, N, Y. City. J. S 

Metcalfe. Life 55: 92(^), Ja.l3,'10.— Forum 43: 

188-9, F '10.— N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.8,'10, 5(i).— il 

Theatre 11: 35-6. 48, F.'IO. 

Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 406, Mr.'lO — 

Les. W. 110: 107, F.3,'10. 
Synopsis. Hampton 24: 410(i), Mr.'lO. 
Donnelly, Dorothy Agnes, actress, 1880-. 

Creatmg the role of Madam X. por. Theatre 11: 71, 

Mr.'lO. 
Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 32, Ja.'lO.— Les. W. 110: 

55, Ja.20,'10. 
Portrait (in group) in Madam X G. Bk. Album 3: 1 
Ja.'lO. 
Donnelly, Henry V., actor, -1910. 

Obituary, por. N. Y. Dram. 63: P.26,'10, 5(J). 
Dovey, Alice, actress. 

Portrait (in group). Hampton 24: 275, F '10. 
Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan, dramatist, 1859-. 
See House of Temperley. 



Drama. 

Dramatic unities. J. B. Matthews. Atlan. 105: 347- 

56, Mr.'lO. 
The endowed theatre. E: Goodman. Forum 43: 66- 

72, Ja.'lO. 
Great acting and the modem drama. W. P. Eaton. 

Scrib. M. 47: 209-12, F.'IO. 
What a good play really is. B. Matthews. Indep. 68: 
184-7, Ja.27,'10. 
Drama in America. 

American dramatic problem. E: Goodman. Forum 43: 

182-91, F.'IO. 
Dispelling illusions of the stage in several modem 
dramas. A. Klauber. il. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 96- 
104, Ja.'lO. 
Failures of 1909-10 deserved and otherwise. Munsey 

42: 893-6, Mr.'lO. 
The great American drama. B. R. Herts. Forum 43 : 

90-2, Ja.'lO. 
Naivete of our drama. Lit. D. 40: 24(*), Ja.l,'10. 
New York city. Plays of 1909-10. Munsey 42: 587- 
600, Ja.'lO.— J: E. Webber, il. Canad. M. 34: 369- 
80, F.'10. 
The theatre of ideas. Nation 90: 69-70, Ja.20,'10. 
Drama in Europe. 

England. Kiss of Judas. Mystery play of 15th century 

(picture). 111. Lond- N. 136: 225, F.12,'10. 
England. A miracle play in the 13th century, (pic- 
ture). 111. Lond. N: 136: 57, Ja.8,'10. 
Drama — Mechanism. 

Cardboard play. The. M.J Moses, il. Indep. 68: 353-8. 
F.17,'10. 
Drama, Mediaeval. 

Medieval mimus. P. S. Allen, Mod. Philol 7: 329-44, 
Ja.'lO. 
Drama, Yiddish. 

Acting on the East Side. N.Y. Dram. 63: F. 5,'10 5(|). 
Dramatists. 

American plajrwrights' eclipse. The. Munsey 42: 587 

Ja.'lO. 
Pinero and some others. A. Ruhl. il. Collier's 44: 
F.19,'10. 22. 
Drew, John, actor, 1853-. 

Portrait. New Eng. M. 41: 636, Ja.'lO. 
Drew, Louise, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 99, Ja.'lO. 
Dufranne, Hector, opera singer. 

Portrait as Escamillo. Theatre 11: 11, Ja.'lO 
Portrait in Griselidis. Harp. W. 64: F 5.'10. 25 
Portrait as John the Baptist in Salome. Am M 69 
641, F.'IO. 
Dumont, Daisy, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 345, F.'IO. 
Dupe, The, play by J. M. Patterson. 

Brief summary. Collier's 44: F.12,'10. 33. 
Durand, Edouard, actor. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 27, Ja.'lO. 
Eddinger, Wallace, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 28, Ja.'lO. 
Edwards, Julian, composer, 1855-. 

See Girl and the wizard. The. 
Elektra, opera by R: Strauss and H. von Hofmannsthal. 
American reception of . il. Cur. Lit. 48:322-5, Mr.'lO. 
Brief review. Graphic 81: 268(J), F.26,'10. 
Closing scene from. Graphic 81: 269, F.26,'10. 
Criticism. N. Music R. 9: 205-7, Mr.'lO. 
Criticism of production in N. Y. City. il. Lit. D. 40: 

283-4, F.12,'10. 
Description. J. M. Rogers, il. Bk. News 28: 528-31, 
Mr.'lO.— L. Oilman. Harp. W. 54: F.12,'10, 25.— 
N. Music R. 9: 194-8, Mr.'lO. 
Estimate of. 111. Lond. N. 136: 306, F.26,'10. 
Production at Manhattan opera house, N. Y. City. il. 

Theatre 11: 74-5, xv, Mr.'lO. 
Unfavorable review. Spectator 104: 424-6, Mr.l2,'10. 
Elliott, Maxine (Maxine Dermot), actress, 1871-. 

Portrait. Harp. W. 64: F.5,'10. 14. 
Elliott, William, actor. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110-187, F.24,'10. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 1, Ja.'lO. 

Portrait in Madame X Theatre 11: 66. Mr.'lO. 



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Elliston, Grace, actress, 1881-. 

Portrait. Munsey 42: 720, F.'IO. 
Eltinge, Julian, female impersonator. 

Portraits (2). N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.15,'10. 1. 
Etiripides, dramatist. See Medea. 
Fabregas, Virginia, actress. 

Mexico's most distinguished actress, por. Theatre 
11: 31-2, Ja.'lO. 
Faith healer. The, drama by W : V. Moody. 

Its inconsistencies. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 205(i), 
F.3,'10. 

Plot of and excerpts from. il. Cur. Lit. 48: 311-7, 
Mr. '10. 

Production at Savoy theatre, N. Y. City, Ja.l910, 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.29,'10, 7-8.— il. Theatre 81: vi. 
Mr. '10. 

Review. Collier's 44: F.12,'10. 33. 
Farrar, Geraldine, opera singer, 1880-. 

Performance as Tosca. por. Theatre 11: 11-12, Ja.'lO. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 101, Ja.'lO. 

Portrait as Elizabeth in Tannhauser. Am. M. 69: 538, 
F.'IO.— Theatre 11: 19, Ja.'lO. 

Portrait as Tosca. Everybody's 22: 412, Mr.' 10. 
Fassender, Fraulein, singer. 

Portrait. lU. Lond. N. 136: 275, F.19,'10. 
Faust, Lotta, actress (formerly Mrs. R. Ling). 1880- 
1910. 

Obituary, por. N. Y. Dram. 63: F.5,'10. 4(J). 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album, 3:470, Mr. '10. 
Faversham, William Alfred, actor, 1868-. 

Portrait in Herod. Burr Mc. 22: 53, Ja.'lO. — Every- 
body's 22: 122, Ja.'lO. 

His work in Herod. Mimsey 42: 595, Ja '10. 
Ferguson, Elsie, actress. 

Portrait. Canad. M. 34: 374, F.'IO.— Everybody's 22: 
123, Ja.'lO.— G. Bk. Album 3: cover, F.'^IO. 

Portraits (in groups) in Such a little queen. G. Bk. 
Album 3: 225, 256, F.'IO. 
Fernandez, Bijou, actress. 

Portrait (in group) in Springtime. Everybody's 22: 
125, Ja.'lO. 
Fields, Lew M., actor, 1867-. 

Portrait in Old Dutch. Hampton 24: 275, F.'IO. 
Filkins, Grace (Mrs. A. Marix), actress. 

Portrait. Canad. M. 34: 369, F.'IO. 
Fisher, Alice, actress. 

Portrait. Am. M. 69: 414, Ja.'lO. 
Fisher, Sallie, actress. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 8, Ja.'lO. 
Fiske, Mrs. Minnie Maddem (Marie Augusta Davey), 
(Mrs. Harrison Grey Fiske), actress, 1865-. 

Portrait. Theatre 1 1 : 2, Ja. ' 10. 
Fitch, William Clyde, dramatist, 185-16909. 

See City, The. 
Flahaut, Marianne, opera singer. 

Portrait as Azucena in II Travatore. Theatre 11:6, 
Ja.'lO. 
Flexner, Anne Crawford, dramatist. See Lucky star, A. 
For the soul of the king, drama. 

Criticism. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 108: 44, Ja.8,'10. 
Ford, Harriet, dramatist. 

See Fourth estate. The. 

See Little brother of the rich, A. 
Fortune hunter, The, play by W. Smith. 

History of. G. Bk. Album 3: 421-5, F.'IO. 

Scenes from (pictures). Cosmopol. 48: 485, Mr.'lO. 
Fourth estate, iThe, drama by J. M. Patterson and Har- 
riet Ford. 

Description. Met. M. 31: 534-5, Ja.'lO. 

Notice. Everybody's 22: 128-9, Ja.'lO. 

Plot of and excerpts from. il. Ctir. Lit. 48: 76-81, 
Ja.'lO 

Scene from (picture). Les. W. 110: 113, F.3,'10. 

Theme of. il. Am. M. 69: 412-13, Ja.'lO. 
Foy, Eddie (Edwin Fitzgerald), actor. 

Portraits. G. Bk. Album 3: 239, F.'IO. 
Franchetti, Baron Alberto, composer. See Germania. 
Frederick, Paxiline, actress, 1884-. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 60, Ja.'lO. 

Portrait in The fourth estate. Am. M. 69: 410, Ja.'lO. 



Frohman, Charles, manager, I860-. 

Character sketch. Munsey 42: 735-6, F.'IO 

How he produces a play. J. D. Williams, il. Ladies' 

Home J. 17: F.'IO. 9, 60. 
Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 306, F.26,'10. 
Fuller, Loie, dancer. 

Portraits. Theatre 11: 13, Ja.'lO. 
and her company of Greek dancers, pors. Theatre 
11: 13. Ja.'^lO. 
Galsworthy, John, dramatist, 1867-. 

Dual genius of. por. Ctir. Lit. 48: 81-3, Ja.'lO. 
Portrait. Ill Lond. N. 136: 306, F.26,' 10.— Theatre 

11: 4, Ja.'lO. 
See Justice. 
See Strife. 
Garden, Mary, opera singer, 18 76-. 

Advice from Mary Garden Lit. D. 40: 162-3, Ja.22.'10. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 231, Mr.'lO. 

Portrait as Griselidis in Griselidis. Theatre 11: 91, 

Mr.'lO. 
Portrait as Marguerite. Harp. W. 54: Ja.22.'10. 28; 

54: F.19,'10. 15.— Theatre 11: 57, F.'IO. 
Portrait as M61isande in P611eas and M61isande. Am. M 

69: 539, F.'IO. 
Portrait as Sapho. Harp. W. 54: Ja.22,'10, 28. 
Gatti-Casazza, G^iilio, manager. 

Portrait. Everybody's 22: 410(i), Mr.'lO. 
Gavault, Paid, dramatist. See Tantalizing Tommy. 
Gen^, Mile. Adeline, dancer, 1873-. 

Interview with. pors. Theatre 11: 17-8, x, Ja.'lO. 
Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 107, F.'IO. — Cosmopol. 48: 341, 
F.'IO.— Hampton 24: 127, Ja.'lO.— Met. M 31: 749. 
Mr.'lO. 
Portrait in The silver star. Everybody's 22: 121. 
Ja.'lO. 
George, Grace (Mrs. W. A. Brady), actress, 1880-. 

As Lady Teazle in The school for scandal, por. Theatre 

11: 63, F.'IO. 
Portrait (in group) as Lady Teazle in The school for 
scandal. Am. M. 69: 703 Mr.'lO.— Theatre 11: 8. 
Ja.'lO. 
George, Marie (Mrs. N. J. Norman), actress, 1879-. 

Portraits as Aladdin. 111. Lond. N. 136: 52, Ja.8,'10. 
Germania, opera by A. Franchetti. 

Description. Harp. W. 54: F.5,'10. 25. 
Production at the Metropolitan opera hoiise. Nation 
90: 96(i), Ja.27,'10. 
Gerville-Reache, Mme. Jeanne (Mrs. G: G. Rambaud). 
opera singer. 
Portrait as Clytemnestra in Elektra. Lit. D. 40: 283. 
F.12.'10. 
Gibbs, Robert Paton, actor. 

Portrait as Noel in Madame X. Theatre 1 1 : 70, Mr. ' 10. 
Gibson, Preston, dramatist. See Ttuuing point. The. 
Girl and the wizard. The, musical comedy by J. H. 
Manners and J. Edwards. 
Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 48: 202, Ja.'lO. 
Glover, Amelia, dancer, -1910. 

Obituary, por. N. Y. Dram. 63: F.19^,'10, 8(J). 
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, composer. 1714-87. 

See Orfeo e Eurydice. 
Goddess of liberty. The, musical comedy by J. Howard. 

Scene from (picture). Les. W. 110: 35, Ja.l3,'10. 
Gordon, Kitty (the Hon. Mrs. W. W. Horsley-Beresford), 

Portrait. Theatre 11: cover, F.'IO. 
Grasso, Signor Giovanni, singer. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 274, P. 19/10. 
Graves, George, actor. 

Portrait as Abanazar in Aladdin. 111. Lond. N. 136: 
95, Ja.15,'10.— (in group). Ill Lond. N. 136: 53. 
Ja.8,'10. 
Great divide. The, play by W: V. Moody. 

Review. Bk. News 28: 469, F.'IO.— Forum 43: 90-2 
Ja.'lO. 
Grenet-Dancourt, L: A. E., dramatist, 1859-. 

See Noble Spaniard. The. 
Grippon. Mme. Eva, opera singer. 

Biographical account, por. Mas. Cour. 60l Ja,6.'10 
12-13. 



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Griselidis, opera by J. E. F. Massenet, A. Sylvestre and E. 
Morand. 
Criticism N. Music R. 9: 207-8, Mr.'lO. 
Description, il. Bk. News 28: 531-2, Mr.'lO.— L. Gil- 
man, il. Harp. W. 54: F.6,'10. 25. 
Production. Nation 90: 95-6, Ja.27,'10. 
Hackett, W., dramatist. See White sister, The. 
Hagedom, Herman, dramatist. See Witch, The. 
Halbe, Max, dramatist. See Rosenhagens, The. 
Hall, Lavu-a Nelson (Mrs. F: Truesdell), actress, 1876-. 

Portrait. Harp. W. 54: F.26,'10, 14. 
Halstan, Margaret, actress. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 170, Ja.29,'10. 
Halstead, Lenore, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 10: 4, Ja.'lO. 
Hammond, Virginia, actress. 

Portrait in Ars^e Lupin. Cosmopol. 48: 208, Ja.'lO. 
Hampden, Walter (Walter Hampton Dougherty), actor, 
1879-. 
Portrait (in group) as George Rand in The city. 
Theatre 11: 55, F.'IO. 
Hanson, Gladys, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 42: 593, Ja.'lO.— Theatre 11: 52, 
F.'IO. 
Harrison, Lee, actor. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Albimi 3: 451, Mr.'lO. 
Harvest moon, The, drama by A: Thomas. 
Description, il. Met. M. 31: 536-7, Ja.'lO. 
Notice. Everybody's 22: 130(i), Ja.'lO. 
Its revelation of stage secrets. A. Klauber. Pearson 

(N. Y.) 23: 97-8, Ja.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 48: 342, F.'IO. 
Synopsis. G. Bk. Album 3: 81-2, Ja.'lO.— il. Hamp- 
ton 24: 128, 131, Ja.'lO. 
Theme of. il. Am. M. 69: 417(J), Ja.'lO. 
Hazard, Grace, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 459, Mr.'lO. 
Heights, The, drama by W: A. McGuire. 

Its inexpertness. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 284(i), 

F.17,'10. 
Production at Savoy theatre, N. Y. City, Ja.l910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: F.12,'10, 8(i).— Theatre 11: vii, 
Mr.'lO. 
Hein, Silvio, composer. See Yankee girl. The. 
Hengler, Flo, actress. 

Portrait (in group) in The old town. Munsey 42 : 886, 
Mr.'lO 
Hengler, May, actress. 

Portrait (in group) in The old town. Munsey 42: 886, 
Mr.'lO. 
Henry, O., pseud. (Sydney Porter), author and dramatist. 

See Alias Jimmy Valentine. 
Herbert, Victor, composer, 1859-. 

Portrait. Craftsman 17: 386, Ja.'lO.— Lit. D. 40: 189, 

Ja.29,'10. 
See Old Dutch. 
Heme, Katherine Chrystal (Aheam), actress, 1883-. 
Portrait. Munsev 42: 890, Mr.'lO.— N. Y. Dram. 63: 

F.26,'10, 2(i). ' 
Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Albvim 3: 465, Mr.'lO. 
Herod, tragedy by S. Phillips. Description of. il. Met. 
M. 31: 528-9, Ja.'lO. 
Notice. Everybody's 22: 127-8, Ja.'lO. 
Production in N. Y. City. Mvmsey 42: 595-6, Ja.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 48: 343, F.'IO. 
His name on the door, play by F. Lord. 

Description, il. Met. M. 31: 678-9, F.'IO. 
Production at Bijou theatre, N. Y. City. il. Theatre 

11: 6-8, Ja.'lO. 
Scene from (pictiu-e). Hampton 24: 273, F.'IO. 
Synopsis. Hampton 24: 275-6, F.'IO. 
Hite Mabel (Mrs. Mike Donlin), actress, 1885-. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 63: Mr.5,'10. 1. 
Hobart, George V., librettist. 
See Old Dutch 
See Yankee girl. The. 
Hoffman, Aaron, librettist. See Young Turk, The. 
Hoffmann Max, composer. See Yoimg Turk, The. 
liolcomb. Willard, dramatist. See St. Elmo. 



Holland, Edmund Milton, actor, 1848-. 

As Sir Oliver in The school for scandal, por. Theatre 
11: 64. F.'IO. 
Hopwood, Avery, dramatist See Seven days. 
Homimann, Roy, dramatist. See Idols. 
House of Temperley, drama by Sir A: C. Doyle. 

Production at Adelphi theatre, London. 111. Lond 

N. 136: 2(i), Ja.l,h0. 
Scene from (pictiu-e). 111. Lond. N. 136: 94, Ja.l5,'10. 
—Graphic 81: 80-1, Ja.l5,'10. 
Howard, Joseph E., composer. See Goddess of liberty, 

The. 
Howland, Jobyna, actress. 

Portrait. Everybody's 22: 128, Ja.'lO. 
Howland, Le Grand, composer. See Sarrona. 
Hubbell, Raymond, composer. See Jolly bachelors. The. 
Huberdeau, M., actor. 

Portrait as Orestes in Elektra. Cur. Lit. 48 : 324, Mr. ' 10. 
Hiighes, Rupert, dramatist, 1872-. 

See On the razor edge. 
Hunter, Leah Bateman-, actress. 

Portrait Cosmopol. 48: 483, Mr.'lO.— Pearson (N. Y.) 
23: 229, F.'IO. 
Hyde, Nettie, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 486, Mr.'lO. 
Hyde, Walter, singer. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 275, F.19,'10. 
Ibsen, Henrik, dramatist, 1828-1906. 

Ibsen as a Norwegian. H. Koht. 19th Cent. 67: 346- 

55, F.'IO. 
Ibsen's Hterary remains. Nation 90: 169(f), F.17,'10. 
Peeps into Ibsen's brain. Cur. Lit. 48: 191-2, F.'IO. 
See John Gabriel Borkman. 
Idols, dramatization of W. J. Locke's novel by R. Homi- 
mann. 
Description of. il. Met. M. 31: 530-1, Ja.'lO. 
In the long run, drama by A. Jones. 

Production by the American Dramatic Guild at 
Comedy theatre, N. Y. City. Theatre 11: xi, 
Ja.'lO. 
Inconstant George, drama by R. de Flers and A. de Cail- 
lavet, adapted by Gladys Unger. 
Scenes from (pictures). Cosmopol. 48: 210, Ja.'lO. 
Inferior sex. The, comedy by F. Stayton. 

Brief review of. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 204(i), 

F.3,'10. 
Notice with scenes from (picttires). Harp W. 54: 

F.26,'10. 24. 
Production at Daly's theatre, N. Y. City, Ja.l910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: F.o,'10, 6(i).— Theatre 11: 69-70, 
92, Mr.'lO. 
Irving, Ethel (Mrs. G. Porteous), actress. 
Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 94, Ja.l5,'10. 
Portraits in Dame Nature. 111. Lond. N. 136: 202 
F.5,'10. 
Irving, Sir Henry (John Henry Brodribb), actor, 1838- 
1905. 
Some memories of. J. E Dodson. G. Bk. Album 3: 

176-83, Ja.'lO. 
Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.22,'10, 7(i). 
Portrait in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. 111. Lond. N 136. 
203, F.5,'10. 
Irving, Isabel (Mrs. W. H. Thompson), 1871-. 

Portrait. Harp. W. 54: Ja.l5,*10. 14. 
Irving, Lawrence Sidney, actor and translator, 1871-. 
Actor and critic. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 108: 72, 

Ja.l5,'10. 
Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 9, Ja.'lO. 
See Affinity, The. 
Israel, drama by H: Bernstein. 

Description, il. Met. M. 31: 670-1, F.'IO. 
Its English adaptation criticized. A. Klauber. Pear- 
son (N. Y.) 23: 98-100. Ja.'lO. 
Notice. Everybody's 22: 129-30, Ja '10. 
Plot of and excerpts from. Cur. Lit. 48: 193-9, F.'IO. 
Synopsis. G. Bk. Album 3: 79-81, Ja.'lO. 
James, Henry, dramatist, 1843- 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 306, F.26,'10. 
James, Louis, actor, 1842-1910. 

Obituary, por. N. Y. Dram 63: Mr.l2 10 9 (J) 



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J03 



Jams, Georg, composer. 

See Christ'l the forester's daug:hter. 
Jerome, Jerome Klapka, dramatist, 1859-. 
See Passing of the third floor back. The. 
Jews in Russia, The, drama by J. Chirikoff. 

Production at People's theatre, N. Y. City Ja.l910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.22,'10, 6(§). 
John Gabriel Borkman, drama by H. Ibsen. 

Scene from Japanese play (picture). 111. Lond. N. 136: 
170, Ja.29,'10. 
Johnson, Ben, actor. 

Career of. por. A.Patterson. Theatre 11: 24, Ja.' 10. 
Johnson, Selene, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 46, F.'IO. 
Jolly bachelors. The, comic opera by G. MacDonough 
and R. Hubbell. 
Criticism. Hampton 24: 409(i), Mr.'lO. 
Description of. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 20(i), 

Ja.20,'10. 
Notice with scenes from (pictures). Harp W. 54: 
F.5,'10. 24. 
Tones, A., dramatist. See In the long run. 
Jones, Henry Arthur, dramatist, 1851-. See Knife, The. 
Jones, Sidney, composer. See King of Cadonia, The. 
Just a wife, drama by E. Walter. 

Brief characterization of. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 

284(i), F.17,'10. 
Production at Belasco theatre, N. Y. City, F.1910. N. 
Y. Dram. 63: F. 12,' 10, 6(i).— Theatre ll:vi, Mr.'lO. 
Justice, drama by J : Galsworthy. 

Production at the Duke of York's theatre. Spectator 

104: 339(S), F.26,'10. 
Production at Repertory theatre, London. Synopsis. 
111. Lond. N. 136: 294(i), F.26,'10. 
Kalich, Mme. Bertha, actress, 1874-. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 63: F.26,'10, 1.— Theatre 11: 
67, Mr.'lO. 
Kean, Edmund, actor. 

Kean and his American enemies, por. Theatre 11: 
87-8, Mr.'lO. 
Keane, Doris, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 373. Mr.'lO. 
Kendall, Ezra Fremont, actor, 1861-1910. 

Obituary, por. N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.29,'10, 9(i).— G: 
F. Green. G. Bk. Album 3: 541-2, Mr.'lO. 
Kennedy, Charles Raim, actor and dramatist, 1871-. 

See Servant in the hotise. The. 
Kern, G. Cecil, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 136, F. 10,' 10.— Pearson (N. Y.) 
23: 227,F.'10. 
Kinder, May, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 481, Mr.'lO. 
King of Cadonia, The, musical comedy by F: Lonsdale, 
A. Ross and S. Jones. 
- Production at Daly's theatre, N. Y. City. N. Y. 
' Dram. 63: Ja.22,'10, 5(i). —il. Theatre 11: iii, 38, 

xiii, F.'IO. 
Klein, Charles, dramatist, 1867-. See Next of kin. The. 
Knife, The, drama by H: A. Jones. 

Criticism. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 108: 11, Ja.l,'10. 
Scene from (picture). 111. Lond. N. 136: 14, Ja.l,'10. 
Knoblauch, Edward, dramatist. 

See Cottage in the air. The. 
Komizarzhevsky, Vera Fedorovna, actress, -1910. 

Obituary. N. Y. Dram. 63: Mr.5,'10. 7(i). 
Kyle, Howard, actor. 

Portrait in Antony and Cleopatra. Theatre 11: 90, 
Mr. '10. 
Ladnowski, B., actor. 

Portrait as Hamlet. Cent. 79: 363, Ja.'lO. 
Lambert, Ernest, actor. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 236, F.'IO. 
Landon. Perceval, dramatist. See House opposite, The. 
Lauder, Harry, comedian, 1870- 

Portrait (with his family). G. Bk. Album 3: 14, Ja.'lO. 
The secret of Harry Lauder's success. Harriet Quimby. 

il. Les. W. 110: 8, Ja.'lO. 
Vaudeville star. pors. Burr Mc. 22: 129-30. F.'IO. 
Lawton, Mary, actress. 

Sketch, por. N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.29,'10 1, 4. 



Lawton, Thais, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 1: 6, Ja.'lO. 
Sketch of. G. Bk. Album 3: 172-4, Ja.'lO. 
Le Bar^y, Mme. Simone (Benda). See Simone, Mme. 
Le Gallienne, Richard, dramatist, 1866-. 

Sketch of. G Bk. Album 3: 73-6, Ja.'lO. 
Leicester, Ernest, actor. 

Portrait (in group) in Dame Nature. 111. Lond. N. 136: 
202, F.5,'10. 
Leroux, Gaston, dramatist. See Lily, The. 
Leslie, Elsie (Mrs. Jefferson Winter), 188 1-. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 28, Ja.'lO. 
Leslie, Marguerite, actress, 1884-. 

Portrait. Munsey 42: 888, Mr '10. 
Librettists. 

The sorrowful fate of the world's librettists. Cur. Lit. 
48: 73-5, Ja.'lO. 
Lily, The, drama by P. WolflE and G. Leroux, adapted 
by D. Belasco. 
Brief characterization of. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 

37(i), Ja.6.'10. 
Criticism. Forum 43: 190(*), F.'IO. — Hampton 24: 

407-8, Mr.'lO. 
Description, il. Met. M. 31: 818-9, Mr.'lO. 
Estimate of. Cur. Lit. 48: 204, F.'IO. 
Notice of production, il. Burr Mc. 22: 222-3, Mr.'lO. 
Plot. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 368-72, Mr.'lO. 
Production at Stuyvesant theatre, N. Y. City, D.1909. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.l,'10. 5(i).— il. Theatre 11: 
42-4, F.'IO. 
Scene ifrom (picture). Hampton 24: 402, Mr.'lO. — 

Les. W. 110: 187, F.24,'10. 
Synopsis of. G. Bk. Album 3: 516-19, Mr.'lO. 
Lipman, Clara (Mrs. Louis Mann), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 23, Ja.'lO. 
Lipkowska, Lydia, opera singer. 

Biographical sketch, por. \lus. Cour. 60: Ja.l9,'10. 1. 15. 
Portrait. Theatre 11: 12, Ja.'lO. 
Littell, Phillip, dramatist. See Septimus. 
Little brother of the rich, A, drama by J. M. Patterson 
and Harriet Ford. 
Criticism, il. Hampton 24: 405-6, Mr.'lO 
Production at Wallack's theatre, N. Y. City, il 

Theatre 11: 35, xiii-xiv, F.'IO. 
Scene from (picture). Les. W. 110: 35, Ja.l3 '10. 
Locke, William John, author and dramatist 1869-. 

See Septimus. 
Lonsdale, Frederick, dramatist. 
See Balkan princess. 
See King of Cadonia, The. 
Lord, Frank, dramatist. 

See His name on the door. 
Lorraine, Hattie, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 42: 594, Ja.'lO. 
Lottery man. The, comedy by Rida J. Yotmg. 

Brief description with scenes from (pictures). Harp. 

W. 54: Mr.l2,'10, 25. 
Criticism. Forum 43: 184-5, F.'IO. — Hampton 24: 

269-71, F.'IO. 
Description, il. Met. M. 31: 824-5, Mr.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 272, F.'IO. — Les. 

W. 110: 55, Ja.20,'10. 
Synopsis. G. Bk. Album 3: 395-6, F.'IO. 
Lucas, Georges, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 12, Ja.'lO. 
Lucky star. A, farce by Anne C. Flexner, adapted from 
C. N. and A. M. Williamson's novel The motor 
chaperon. 
Production at Hudson theatre, N. Y. City, Ja.l910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.29,'10. 6(i).— Theatre 11: vi, 
Mr.'lO. 
Luders, Gustav, composer. See Old town. The. 
McCarthy, Justin Hvmtly, dramatist, 1860-. 
Portrait. lU. Lond. N. 136: 232, F.12,'10. 
See O'Flynn, The. 
McCoy, Nellie, actress. 

Portrait. Everybody's 22: 265, F.'IO.— Les. W 110 
35, Ja.l3,'10. 
McCullough, John Edward, actor. 1832-85. 
Portrait. Cent. 79: 551. F'lO. 



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MacDonough, Glen, librettist. See Jolly bachelors, The. 
McGuire, William Anthony, dramatist. See Heights, The 
Mack, Georgie, actor. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 240, F.'IO. 
MacKaye, Percy Wallace, dramatist, 1875- 

See Scarecrow, The. 
MacKenzie May, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 46, F.'IO. 
Madame X, drama by A. Bisson and J: N. Raphael. 
Novelization of. C: Deforrest. il. G. Bk. Album 3: 

33-62, Ja.' 10. 
Production at New Amsterdam theatre, N. Y. City, 
F.1910. N. Y. Dram 63: F.12,'10, 6(i).— Theatre 
11:65-7, 85. Mr. '10. 
Scene from (picture). Les. W. 110: 107, F.3,'10; 187, 

F.24,'10. 
Scenes from (pictures). G. Bk. Album 3: 1, 30-1, 
Ja.'lO. 
Maeterlinck, Maurice, dramatist, 1862-. 

Later heroines of Maurice Maeterlinck. Mme. G. Le- 

blanc-Maeterlinck. Fortn. 87: 48-56, Ja.'lO. 
Portrait. W. Work (Lond.) 15: 132, Ja.'lO. 
See Blue bird. The. 
Man who owns Broadway, The, musical play by G: M. 
Cohan. 
Description, il. Met. M. 31: 540-1, Ja.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 48: 206, Ja.'lO. 
Mannering, Mary (Florence Friend), actress, 1876-. 
Portrait. Biur Mc. 22: 61, Ja.'lO. — Everybody's 22: 
127, Ja.'lO.— Les. W. 110: 187, F.24,'10.— Munsey 
42: 739, F.'IO. 
Manners, J. Hartley, dramatist. 
See Girl and the wizard, The. 
Man's world, A., drama by Rachel Crothers. 
Criticism. Nation 90: 146(J), F.10,'10. 
Production at Comedy theatre, N. Y. City, F.1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: F.19,'10, 6(J).— il. Theatre 11: 
68-9, Mr.' 10. 
Synopsis. J S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 324(i), F.24,'10. 
Mansfield, Richard, actor, 1857-1907. 

Winter, W:, Life and art of Richard Mansfield (re- 
view). Nation 90: 195-6, F.24,'10. 
Marlowe, Charles, pseud, dramatist. See When knights 

were bold. 
Marlowe, Julia, actress, 1870-. 

Portrait as Cleopatra. Hampton 24: 133, Ja.'lO. 
Marshall, Tully, actor. 

Career of. pors. A. P. Theatre 11: 89-90, Mr.'lO. 
Martin, Florence, actress. 

Portrait as Rose Coghlan in The midnight sons. 
Everybody's 22: 272, F.'IO. 
Martin, Vivian, actress. 

Portrait. Mimsey 42: 591, Ja.'lO. 
Massenet, Jules Emile Frederic, composer, 1842-. 

See Griselidis. 
Master, The, comedy by H. Bahr. 

Production at Irvmg Place theatre, N.Y. City, Mr.l910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Mr.l2,'10, 6(i). 
Maugham, William Somerset, dramatist, 1874-. 
Portrait. lU. Lond. N. 136: 306, F.26,'10. 
See Mrs. Dot. 
See Noble Spaniard, The. 
See Penelope. 
Maynard, Cora, dramatist. See Watcher, The. 
Mayo, Margaret (Mrs. E. Selwin), author and actress, 
1882-. 
See Polly of the circus. 
Mazzarin, Mme. Marietta, opera singer. 

Criticism of, in Elektra. il. Lit. D. 40: 283-4, 

F.12,'10. 
As Elektra. por. Cur. Lit. 48: 325, Mr.'lO. 
Medea; drama by Euripides. 

Given at Bryn Mawr. Collier's 44: Ja.l.'lO 7(J). — 
Outlook 94: 9-10, Ja.l.'lO. 
Melis, Carmen, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 10, Ja.'lO. 
Merchant of Venice, drama by W : Shakespeare. 

Production at Covirt theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 294(i), F.26,'10. 
Michaelis, Sophtis, dramatist. See Son of the people, A. 



Mid-Channel, drama by Sir A. W. Pinero. 

Criticism of production in New York. Lit D 40 

350-51, F.19,'10. 
Production at Empire theatre, N Y City Ja. 1910 
N. Y. Dram. 63: F.12.'10, 8(i).— il. Theatre 11: 68 
73. Mr.'lO. 
Unpleasantness of. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 244(i) 
F.10,'10. 
Mildenbiu"g, Frau von, opera singer. 

Portrait as Klytemnestra in Elektra 111 Lond N 

136: 275, F.19.'10. 
isalliance, play by G. B. Shaw. 

Production at the Duke of York's theatre. Spectator. 
104: 339(i), F.26,'10. 
Mr. and Mrs. Daventry, play by O. Wilde. 

Production at Hackett theatre, N. Y. City, F.1910 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Mr.5,'10. 6^. 
Mrs. Dot, comedy by W: S. Maugham. 

Production at Lyceum theatre, N. Y. City. J. S. Met- 
calfe. Life 55: 245(i), F.10,'10.— N. Y. Dram 63: 
F.5,'10, 6(i). 
Review. Collier's 44: F.12,'10. 34. 
Modjeska (Modrezejewska), Helena (Mme. Chlapowski), 
actress, 1844-1909. 
Memoirs, pors. as Camille, Mary Stuart, Ophelia. 
Cent. 79: 360-80, 549-65, 697-712, Ja.'lO, F '10, 
Mr.'lO. 
Reminiscences of. pors. H.Kyle. Met. M. 31: 445-54, 

Ja.'lO. 
Sienkiowicz's tribute to. Theatre 11: 90, 92, Mr.'lO. 
Moffett, Cleveland, playwright, 1863-. 
Portrait. Bookman 30: 443, F.'IO. 
See Battle, The. 
Moli^re, F. B. P., dramatist, 1622-73. 

Moli^re and the doctors. B. Mathews. Scrib. M. 47: 
110-4, Ja.'lO. 
Monckton, Lionel, composer. See Arcadians, The. 
Moody, William Vaughn, dramatist, 1869-. 
See Faith healer, The. 
See Great divide, The. 
Morand, Eugene, librettist. See Griselidis. 
Morena, Cornelia, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 37, F.'IO 
Morris, Clara, actress, 1849- 

Portrait. Cent. 79: 698. Mr.'lO. 
Morton, Michael, dramatist. See Tantalizing Tommy. 
Mystery plays. 

Kiss of Judas on the Mediaeval stage (picture) 111 
Lond. N. 136: 167, Ja.29,'10. 
Nazimova, Mme. Alia, Russian actress, 1879-. 
Portrait. Munsey 42: 737, F.'IO. 
Portraits. Theatre 11: 18, Ja.'lO. 
Neilson, Adelaide, actress, 1848-80. 

Portrait as Jtiliet. Cent. 79: 562, F.'IO. 
Next of kin. The, drama by C: Klein. 

Brief criticism of J.S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 92(i), Ja.l3,'10 

Criticism. Hampton 24: 404-5, Mr.'lO. 

Production at Hudson theatre, N. Y. City, D.1909. 

N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.8.— Theatre 11: 36-7, F.'IO- 
Scenes from (pictures). Theatre 11: 15, Ja.'lO. 
Nigger, The, drama by E: Sheldon. 

Criticism. Forum 43: 186-7, F.'IO.— Hampton 24: 

272-3, F.'IO. 
Plot of. il. Harp. W. 54: Ta.l,'10. 24. 
Production at New theatre, N. Y. City. il. Burr Mc. 

22: 220-1, Mr.'lO.— il. Theatre 10: 3-5, Ja.'lO. 
Scene from (pictiu-e). Am. M. 69: 699, Mr.'lO.— 

Hampton 24: 270, F.'IO. 
Synopsis. G. Bk. Album 3: 392-4, F.'IO. 
Nillson, Carlotta, actress, 1843-. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 37, F.'IO. 
Noble Spaniard, The, comedy from the French of Grenet- 
Dancourt, by W: S. Maugham. 
Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 48: 201, Ja.'lO. 
None so blind, drama by E. Poole. 

Condemned. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 285(i), F.17.'10. 
Production at Hackett theatre, N. Y. City. F.1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: F.12.'10, 6, 8. 
Norman, Christine, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 42 : 738, F.'IO.— Theatre 11:28. Ja.'lO. 



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Oberammergau. See Passion play. 
Odell, Maude, actress. 

Portraits. Theatre 11: 29, Ja.'lO. 
O'Flynn, The, drama by J. H. McCarthy. 

Production at His Majesty's theatre, London. Criti- 
cism. lU. Lond. N. 136: 182(i), F.5,'10.— Sat. R. 

109: 168, F.5,'10. 
Scene from. Graphic 81: 209, F.12,'10. 
Old Dutch, comic opera by E. Smith, V. Herbert and 

G. V. Hobart. 

Criticism. Hampton 24:273-5, F.'IO 
Description, il. Met. M. 31: 820-1, Mr.'lO. 
Plot of. U. Harp. W. 54: Ja.29,'10. 24. 
Production at Herald square theatre, N. Y. City. il. 

Theatre 11: 30, xi, Ja.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 275, F.'IO. 
Old town, The, comic opera, by G: Ade and G. Luders. 
Criticism. Hampton 24: 410(*), Mr.'lO. 
Production at Globe theatre, N. Y. City. J. S. Met- 
calfe. Life 55: 128(J), Ja.20,'10.— N. Y. Dram. 63: 

Ja.22,'10. 5(i). 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 408, Mr.'lO. — 

Les. W. 110: 136, F.10,'10. 
Olcott, Rita, dramatist. See Ragged Robin. 
Olive Latimer's husband, play by R. Besier. 

Production at Hackett theatre, N. Y. City, Ja.l910. 

N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.l5,'10, 5(i). 
On the razor edge, drama by R. Hughes. 

Text Lippinc. 85: 75-82, Ja.'lO. 
Opera. 

Frenzied opera. W : Barr. il. Everybody's 22 : 407- 

17. Mr.'lO. 
Our gilded opera. Lit. D. 40: 443-4, Mr.5,'10. 
Grand opera in comic art, by Gardner Teall. il. 

Bookman 30: 561-7,F.'10. 
Grand opera in English. Minna T. Antrim. Lippinc. 

85: 383-4, Mr.'lO. 
How opera singers are developed. Emma L. Trapper. 

Harp. B. 44: 115, F.'IO. 
New standards in opera. H. J. Whigham. il. Met. 

M. 31: 801-6, Mr.* 10. 
Opera singer and her public. W. J. Henderson. Lit. 

D. 40: 106, Ja.l5,'10. 
Sorrowful fate of the world's librettists. Cur. Lit. 48: 

73-5, Ja.'lO. 
Opera in America. 

Can America produce its own opera singers? G. Cam- 

panari. il. Delin. 75: 115, F.'IO. 
American singers without Etiropean fame can succeed 

in opera. Marie Rappold. Delin. 75: 33. Ja.'lO. 
Extension of opera in America. Am. M. 69: 537-45, 

F.'IO. 
Future of Italian opera in America. Etude 29: 13-14, 

Ja.'lO. 
New York city. Busy musical season, A. H: T. 

Finck. Indep. 68: 526-9, Mr. 10, '10. 
New York city. At the opera houses, il. Theatre 

11: 39-40, F.'IO. 
New York city. Season of 1909-10, Metropolitan 

opera house. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 101-4, Ja.'lO. 
New York city. Situation in. Nation 90: 45-6, 

Ja.l3,'10. 
Operatic competition. Nation 90: 45-6, Ja.l3,'10. 
Season 1909-10. il. Theatre 11: 10-2, Ja.'lO. 
Opera in Europe. 

London. Spring season of opera at Covent Garden, il. 

Graphic 81: 208, F.12,'10. 
Opera houses. 
Boston, Mass. Boston opera house, il. Brickb. 19: 

Ja '10.— Craftsman 17: 467-8, Ja.'lO. 
Operetta. 

A plea for the operetta as a means of sincere musical 

expression in America. W. P. Eaton, il. Crafts- 
man 17: 382-90, Ja.'lO. 
Near-musicians' scorn of operetta. Lit. D. 40: 189, 

Ja.29,'10. 
Opp, Julie (Mrs. W: A. Faversham), actress, 1871-. 
Portrait. Munsey 42: 889, Mr.'lO. 
Portrait as Mariamne in Herod. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 

231, F.'IO.— Theatre 11: cover, Mr.'lO. 



Orfeo e Eurydice, opera by C: W. Gluck. 

Production at Metropohtan opera house. N. Y City 
N. Music R. 9: 153-4, F.'IO.— il. Theatre 11: 39. 
F.'IO. 
Otello, opera by G. Verdi. 

Re vi val of . at the Metropolitan. Theatre 11:11, Ja.'lO. 
Pageants. 

Nice, King Carnival XXXVIII at lU. Lond N. 136 > 

240. F.12.'10. 
Old West in pageant. W: Hard. il. Outlook 94: 182- 
90. Ja.22.'10. 
Pantomime. 

Edgerton. Giles. Pantomime: its place in education 
and its significance to the arts. il. Craftsman 17: 
637-46, Mr.'lO. 
Parker, Flora, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 346, F.'IO. — Everybody's 22: 
268, F.'IO.— G. Bk. Album 3: 23, Ja.'lO. 
Passing of the third floor back. The, drama by J. K. 
Jerome. 
Compared with The servant in the house. Am. M. 69 : 

413-15, Ja.'lO.— Everybody's 22: 121-7, Ja '10. 
Description, il. Met. M. 31: 682-3 F.'IO 
Notice, il. Burr Mc. 22: 54-5, Ja.'lO. 
Passion play. 

Oberammergau. Passion players between seasons, il. 

L. M. Davidson. Theatre 11: 26, Ja.'lO 
Oberammergau, Passion play at. Description. H: Ells- 
worth, il. Columbian M, 1: 773-91, Mr.'lO 
Patterson, Joseph Medill, dramatist. 
See Dupe, The. 
See Fourth estate. The. 
See Little brother of the rich, A. 
Patti, Adelina Maria Clarinda (Baroness Cederstrom), 
opera singer, 1843-. 
Portrait. Cent. 79: 373, Ja.'lO. 
Pavlowa, Mile. Anna, dancer. 

Pavlowa of the twinkling toes. P. Van R. Key. il. 
Cosmopol. 48: 335-40, F.'IO. 
Peabody, Josephine Preston (Mrs. Lionel Marks), drama 
tist. 
See Piper, The. 
Penelope, comedy by W: S. Maugham. 
Criticism. Forum 43: 189-90, F.'IO. 
Production at Lyceum theatre, N. Y. City. Theatre 

11: xii, Ja.'lO. 
Review. Collier's 44: F.12,'10. 34. 
Synopsis. Hampton 24: 268-9, F.'IO. 
Petra theatre. 

Rock-hewn city of Petra. J. Shepstone. il. Sci. .\m. 
102: 220(J), Mr.l2,'10. 
Phillips, Stephen, dramatist, 1867-. See Herod. 
Pinero, Sir Arthur Wing, dramatist, 1855-. See Mid- 

channel. 
Pinkie and the fairies, drama by W. G. Robertson. 

Scene from (picture). 111. Lond. N. 136: 15, Ja.l,'10. 
Piper, The, play by Josephine P. Peabody. 

Review. Bk. News 28: 546-7, Mr.'lO. 
Pique dame (Pikovaya Dama) (The queen of spades), 
opera by P. I. Tschaikowsky. 
Plot. Nation 90: 246-7, Mr.10,'10. 
Playwrights. 

Practical points for. W. Work (Lond ) 15: 135-9, 
Ja.'lO.— Fanny Cannon. Editor 31: 4-S. Ja.'lO, 
and following issues. 
Pollock, Channing, dramatist, 1880-. 

See Such a little queen. 
Polly of the circiis, drama adapted from Margaret 
Mayo's novel. 
Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 48: 205, Ja.'lO. 
Poole, Ernest, dramatist. See None so blind. 
Porter, Sydney. See Henry, O, pseud. 
Post, Guy Bates, actor, 1875-. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 221, Mr.'lO.— Les. W. 110: 136, 
F.10,'10. 
Presbrey, Eugene, dramatist. See Barrier, The. 
Prince of Bohemia, The, musical play by A. B. Sloane. 
Production at Hackett theatre. N. Y. City, Ja.l910 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.22,'10. 6(i). 



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Queen of spades, The. See Pique dame. 
Ragged Robin, play by Rida J. Young and Rita Olcott. 
Production at Academy of Music, N. Y. City, Ja.1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: F.5,'10, 7(i). 
Raphael, John N., dramatist. See Madame X. 
Raymond, Maude (Mrs. Gus Rogers), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 46, F.'IO. 
Rebecca of Simnybrook farm, play by Kate D. Wiggin. 
Review of production at Portland (Me.) and Spring- 
field. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 165-6, Ja.'lO. 
Reed, Florence, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 249, F.'IO.— Pearson 

(N. Y.) 23: 232, F.'IO. 
Sketch of. G. Bk. Album 3: 338-40, F.'IO. 
Reicher, Hedwig, actress. 

Portrait. Canad. M. 34: 375, F.'IO. — Cosmopol. 48: 
209, Ja.'lO.— Les. W. 110: 35, Ja. 13,' 10.— Theatre 
11: 22, Ja.'lO. 
Sketch of. G. Bk. Album 3: 168-70, Ja.'lO. 
Renaud, Maurice, opera singer. 

Portrait as Herod in Herodiade. Everybody's 22: 

415, Mr.'lO. 
Portrait as Scarpia. Theatre 11: 11, Ja.'lO. 
Reszke, Jean de, opera singer, 1853-. 

Portrait. Cent. 79: 372, Ja.'lO. 
Richardson, Lady Constance Stewart-, dancer. 

Portrait. III. Lond. N. 136: 94, Ja.'15,'10; 136: 149, 
Ja.29,'10. 
Rinehart, Mary Roberts, dramatist. 
Portrait. Les. W. 110: 76, Ja.27,'10. 
See Seven days. 
Ristori, Adelaide, actress, 1821-. 

Portrait as Mary Stuart. Cent. 79: 378, Ja.'lO. 
Robertson, Johnston Forbes-, actor, 1853-. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 55, Ja.'lO. — Canad. M. 34: 372, 

F.'IO.— G. Bk. Album 3: 233, F.'IO. 
Portrait (in group) in The passing of the third floor 
back. Am. M. 69: 412, Ja.'lO. 
Robertson, W. Graham, dramatist. 

See Pinkie and the fairies. 
Robson, Eleanor Elise (Mrs. August Belmont), actress, 
1880-. 
Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 58, Ja.'lO.— N. Y. Dram 63: 
Mr.l2,'10, 1. 
Rockwell, Florence, actress, 1880-. 

Portrait (in group) in The barrier. Theatre 11: 33, 
F.'IO. 
Roebuck, Mabel, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 347, F.'IO. 
Romeo and Juliet, drama by W: Shakespeare. 

The blending of prose, blank verse and rhymed verse 
in Romeo and Juliet. Mary Suddard. Con temp. 97: 
1-5 (Lit.-supp.), F.'IO. 
Rosenfeld, Sydney, dramatist, 1855-. See Children of 

destiny. 
Rosenhagens, The, drama by M. Halbe. 

Text. Poet lore 21: 1-87, Ja-F.'lO. 
Ross, Adrian. See King of Cadonia, The. 
Rostand, Edmond, E. A., dramatist, 1868-. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 171, Ja.29,'10.— Lit. D. 40: 
349, F. 19,' 10.— Met. M. 31: 742, Mr.'lO.— Theatre 
11: 78, Mr.'lO.— W. Work (Lond.) 15: 133, Ja.'lO. 
Portrait (caricature). Harp. W. 54: Mr.5,'10. 8. 
Portrait (in group). Graphic 81: 137, Ja.29,'10. 
Rostand the symbol of France, il. Lit. D. 40: 489- 

90, Mr.l2,'10. 
See Chanticleer. 
Rostand, Mme. Edmond. 

Portrait. Theatre 11 : 79, Mr.'lO. 
Rubens, Paul, composer. See Balkan princess, The. 
Russell, Annie (Mrs. Oswald Yorke), actress, 1869-. 
Portrait (with Guy Bates) in The nigger. Hampton 
24: 270, F.'IO. 
Ryan, Elsa, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 345, F.'IO. — Hampton 24: 132, 
Ja.'lO. 
Ryan, Mary, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 42: 591, Ja.'lO.— Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 
375, Mr.'lO. 



Sacchetto, Rita, dancer and opera singer. 

Portrait. Burr. Mc. 22: 230, Mr.'lO. — Everybody's 22: 

411, Mr.'lO.— Mimsey 42: 741, F.'IO.— Theatre 11: 

13, Ja.'lO. 
St. Denis, Ruth, dancer. 

In Hindoo dances, pors. Met. M. 31: 684(i), F.'IO. 
Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 111, F.'IO.— Hampton 24: 271, 

F.'IO. 
Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 466, Mr.'lO. 
Portrait as interpreter of Hindu dancers. Canad. M. 

34: 376, F.'IO. 
Portrait and work. Putnam's 7: 628-9, F.'IO. 
St. Elmo, dramatization by Ullie Akerstrom and W. 

Holcomb of Mrs. Augusta Evans's novel. 
Production at Bijou theatre, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ja. 

1910. N. Y. Dram. 63: F.5 '10, 7(i). 
Production at Academy of Mtisic, N. Y. City, D.1909. 

N. Y Dram. 62: D.25,'09. 5(i). 
Sanderson, Julia, actress, 1887-. 

Portrait. Harp. W. 54: F.'12,'10. 14.— Munsey 42: 

587, Ja.'lO. 
Sarrona, opera by Le Grand Howland. 

Production at New Amsterdam theatre, N. Y. City, 

F.1910. N. Y. Dram. 63: F.19,'10, 6(i). 
Sayre, Theodore Burt, dramatist. See Commanding 

officer. The. 
Scarecrow, The, drama by P. MacKaye. 

Plot of. H. K. M. il. Theatre 11: 56, F.'IO. 
School for scandal, comedy by R: B. Sheridan. 

Production at the New theatre. Forum 43: 187-8, 

F.'IO. 
Scene from (picture). Theatre 11: 8, Ja.'lO. 
Scotti, Antonio, opera singer. 

Portrait in La Tosca. Etude 29: 13, Ja.'lO. — Every- 
body's 22: 413, Mr.'lO. 
Selwyn, Edgar, actor, 1875-. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 56, F.'IO. 
Sembrich, Mme.Marcella(Mme. G. Stengel), prima donna. 
Why so few succeed in opera, por. Ladies' H. J. 17: 

F.'IO. 18. 
Servant in the house. The, drama by C: R. Kennedy. 
Compared with The passing of the third floor back. 

Everybody's 22: 122-7, Ja.'lO. 
Septimus, drama by P. Littell, fovmded on novel by W: J. 

Locke. 
Criticism. Hampton 24: 271-2, F.'IO. 
Description, il. Met. M. 31: 672-3, F.'IO. 
Production at Hackett theatre, N. Y. City. Pearson 

(N. Y.) 23: 232-3, F.'IO.— il. Theatre 11: 7-8, 16, 

Ja.'lO. 
Scene from (pictvu-e). Hampton 24: 269, F.'IO. 
Seven days, farce by Mary R. Rinehart and A. Hopwood. 
Criticism. Forum 43: 183-4, F.'IO. 
Description, il. Met. M. 31: 822-3, Mr.'lO. 
Notice, il. Burr Mc. 22: 126, F.'IO. 
Satire of psychic phenomena. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 

230(J), F.'^IO. 
Scene from (picture). Les. W. 110: 107, F.3,'10. 
Scenes from (pictures). Cosmopol. 48: 484, Mr.'lO. 
Synopsis. G. Bk. Album 3: 77-9, Ja.'lO.— il. Hamp- 
ton 24: 135-6, Ja.'lO. 
Shakespeare, W:, dramatist, 1564-1616. 

Harris, F. The man Shakespeare (review). F. E. Schel- 

ling. Bk. News 28: 371-3, Ja.'lO.— T. E. Page. 

Bkman (Lond.) 37: 222-3, F.'^IO. 
Legal documents discovered by Dr. C: W: Wallace il 

S. Lee. 111. Lond. N. 136: 300, F.26,'10. 
New Shakespeare discoveries. C: W: Wallace, il 

Harper 120: 489-510, Mr.'lO.— Nation 90: 217-18 

Mr.3,'10. 
The Shakspere allusion book. Review. Spectator 

104: 59(J), Ja.8,'10. 
Shakespeare and the sea. Hannah Grierson Con temp 

97: 57-66, Ja.'lO. 
Shakespeare as a witness. Lit. D. 40: 490, Mr.l2,'10 
See Anthony and Cleopatra. 
See Merchant of Venice. 
See Romeo and Juliet. 
See Twelfth night. 



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Shaw, George Bernard, dramatist, 1856-. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 306, F.26.'10.— N. Y. 

Dram. 63: Ja.1,'10. 7(i). 
See Misalliance. 
Sheldon, Edward, dramatist, 1886-. 

See Nigger, The. 
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, dramatist, 1751-1816. 
Sheridan, "Knight of the laughing tear" por. Cur. 

Lit. 48: 199-201, F.'IO. 
Sichel, Walter, Sheridan (re-view). Spectator 104: 95-6, 

Ja.lo,'10. 
Sketch, pors. L. Melville, il. Bkman (Lond.) 37: 257- 

66, Mr. '10. 
See School for scandal. 
Short-shrift; a model comedy of today. 

Text. J. K. Bangs. Lippinc. 85: 337-8, Mr.'lO. 
Siddons, Mrs. Sarah (Kemble), actress, 1755-1831. 
Portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds. 111. Lond. N. 136: 

206, F.5,'10. 
Portrait as Lady Macbeth. 111. Lond. N. 136: 206, 

F.5,'10. 
Portraits as Lady Macbeth. Graphic 81 : 84-5, Ja.l5,'10 
Silver star, The, comic opera by H. B. Smith. 
Criticism. Hampton 24: 133-4, Ja.'lO. 
Description, il. Met. M. 31: 674-5, F.'IO. 
Scene from (picture). Les. W. 110: 37, Ta.l3,'10. 
Simone, Mme. (formerly Mme. Simone Le Bargy), 

as pheasant heroine in Chantecler. il. Graphic 

81: 177, F.5,'10. 
Portrait. Lit. D. 40: 349, F.19,'10. 
Portrait as the pheasant in Chantecler. Theatre 11 : 78, 
Mr.'lO. 
Singing and singers. 

Smemg methods of famous grand opera male singers 
of today. W. J. Henderson. Ladies H. J. 17: 
Mr.'lO. 24, 70. 
Singing methods employed by famous women in grand 
opera. W.J.Henderson. Ladies' H.J. 17: Ja.'lO. 10. 
Why so few girls succeed in opera. Marcella Sembrich. 
il. Ladies' H. J. 17: F.'IO. 18. 
Skinner, Otis, actor, 1858-. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 52, F.'IO. 

Portrait (in group) in Your humble servant. Hamp- 
ton 24: 405, Mr.'lO. 
Portrait as Lafayette Towers in Your humble servant. 
Theatre 11: 95, Mr.'lO. 
Slezak, Leo, opera singer, 1874-. 

Portrait. Cur. Lit. 48: 85, Ja.'lO.— 111. Lond. N. 136: 

274, F.19,'10. 
Portrait as Otello. Everybody's 22: 409, Mr.'lO. — 
Theatre 11: 25, Ja.'lO. 
Sloane, A. Baldwin, composer. See Prince of Bohemia, 

The. 
Smith, Edgar, librettist, 1857-. See Old Dutch. 
Smith, Harry B., dramatist, I860-. See Silver star. The. 
Smith, Winchell, dramatist, 1872-. 

See Fortune hunter. The. 
Snowden, Elsie, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 50, F.'IO. 
Son of the people. A, drama by S. Michaelis. 

Condemned. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 440(|), Mr.lO,'10. 
Production at New theatre, N. Y. City, F. 1910. N. Y. 
Dram. 63: Mr.l2,'10. 6(J). 
Sothem, Edward Hugh, actor, 1859-. 

Portrait. Cent. 79: 561, F.'IO. 
Springtime, drama by B. Tarkington and H. L. Wilson. 
Description of. il. Met. M. 31: 532-3, Ja.'lO. 
Estimate and plot of. Everybody's 22: 273, F.'IO. 
Novelization of. P. E. Browne, il. G. Bk. Albiun 

3: 481-507, Mr.'lO. 
Scenes from (pictures). Cosmopol 48: 211, Ja.'lO. — 

G. Bk. Album 3: 449, 480, Mr.'lO. 
Synopsis. G. Bk. Album 3: 83-4, Ja.'lO.— Hampton 
24: 133(i), Ja.'lO. 
Stayton, Frank, dramatist. See Inferior sex. The. 
Stevens, Emily, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 486, Mr.'lO. — Munsey 42: 
736, F.'IO. 
Stevenson, Robert Louis, author and dramatist, 1850-94. 
See Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. 



Strange, S., dramatist. See Divorce. 
Strauss, Oscar, composer, 1870—. 

Portrait Craftsman 17: 385, Ja.'lO. — Lit. D. 40: 189, 
Ja.29,'10. 
Strauss, Richard, composer, 1864-. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 275, F.19,'10. 

Portrait (in group with family). 111. Lond N. 136: 

301, F.26,'10. 
See Elektra. 
Strife, drama by J: Galsworthy 

Criticism. C. Hamilton. Bookman 30: 461, F.'IO. — 

Hampton 24: 272(i), F.'IO. 
Description, il. Met. M. 31: 816-7, Mr.'lO. 
Estimate of. il. Cur. Lit. 48: 81-3, Ja.'lO. 
Production at New theatre, N. Y. City. Burr Mc. 22: 
121-3, F.'IO.— Forum 43: 70-2. Ja.'lO.— il. Theatre 
11: 2-3, 9, Ja.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 276, F.'IO. 
Scenes from (pictures). Am. M. 69: 700-1, Mr.'lO. 
Synopsis. G. Bk. Album 3: 391-2, F.'IO. 
Stuart, Leslie, composer. See Captain Kidd. 
Such a little queen, play by C. Pollock. 

Novelization of by F. R. Toombs il. G. Bk. Album 

3: 257-95, F.'IO. 
Scenes from (pictures). G. Bk. Album 3: 225, 256. F '10. 
Sutro, Alfred, playwright, 1863.- 

See Builder of bridges. The. 
Sylvestre, Armand, librettist. See Griselidis. 
Talbot, Howard, composer. 
See Arcadians, The. 
See Belle of Brittany, The. 
Taliaferro, Mabel (Mrs. F: Thompson), actress, 1887-. 
Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 124, F.'IO. — Cosmopol. 48: 

211, Ja.'lO.— G. Bk. Albiun 3: cover, Mr.'lO. 
Portrait (with Earle Browne). Hampton 24: 129, 

Ja.'lO. 
Portrait (in group) in Springtime. Everybody's 22: 
125, Ja.'lO.— G. Bk. Albimi 3: 449, Mr.'lO; 3: 480, 
Mr.'lO. 
Tantalizing Tommy, drama by M. Morton and P. Ga vault. 
Production at Playhouse theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 288(i), F.19,'10. 
Tarkington (Newton) Booth, dramatist, 1869-. 
See Cameo Kirby. 
See Springtime. 
See Your humble servant. 
Tempest, Marie Susan (Mrs. C. Cosmo Gordon-Lennox) 
actress, 1866-. 
Sketch, pors. A. Patterson. Theatre 11: 60-2, F.'IO. 
Portrait. Theatre 11: 1, Ja.'lO. 
Terry, Ethel Gray, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 223, Mr.'lO. — Mimsey 42: 884, 
Mr.'lO. 
Theatre in America. 

New York city. The New theatre and contemporary 
plays. C. Hamilton, il. Bookman 30: 456-64, 
F.'IO. 
New York city. The endowed theatre. E : (Joodman. 

Forum 43: 66-72, Ta.' 10. 
New York city. New theatre. Plays persented. 

Munsey 42: 742-4, F.'IO. 
New York city. Plays of 1910. Mtmsey 42: 746-8, 

F.'IO. 
Play tests. Munsey 42: 736-41, F.'IO. 
Theatre in Europe. 

England. Mystery play of 14th centiuy (picture). 

111. Lond. N. 136: 167, Ja.29,'10. 
Germany. German Emperor and the theatre. Liv. 
Age 264: 100-7, Ja. 8,U0. 
Theatre in Japan. 

Ibsen acted in Japan by Japanese players. Y. Noguchi. 
il. Theatre 11: 82-3, Mr.'lO. 
Theatre in Mexico. 

Account of. H. L. King. G Bk. Album 3: 591-8, 

Mr.'lO. 
Players and playhouses of Mexico. S. Schell. il. 
Theatre 11: 31-2, Ja.'lO. 
Theatre — Stage 

The stage manager. G. C. Jenks Theatre 11:27-8: 
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Theatres in America. 
New York City. The New theatre and its first season. 

Am. M. 69: 696-704, Mr.'lO. 
New York city. The New theatre. The shrine of snob- 
bery. A. Dale. il. Cosmopol. 48: 475-80, Mr.'lO. 
Too many for large profits. Mimsey 42: 883-8, Mr.'lO. 
Thomas, Augustus, playwright, 1859-. 

Augustus Thomas. Playwright by himself, por. Out- 
look 94: 213-14, Ja22,'10. 
See Harvest moon, The. 
Thomas, Theodore, 1835-1904. 

Theodore Thomas orchestra, por. N. Fay. Outlook 94: 
159-69, Ja.22,'10. 
Thompson, A. M., librettist. 

See Arcadians, The. 
Thompson, Charlotte, dramatist. 

See Awakening of Helena Richie, The. 
Tree, Sir Herbert Beerbohm (Herbert Beerbohm), actor- 
manager, 1853-. 
Portrait as Beethoven. Theatre 11: 7, Ja.'lO. 
Portrait (in group) as The O'Flynn. 111. Lond. N. 136: 
232, F. 12,40. 
Tschaikowsky, Peter Ilyitch, composer, 1840-93. 

See Pique dame. 
Turning point. The, play by P. Gibson. 

Production at Hackett theatre, N. Y. City, F. 1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Mr.l2,'10, 6(i). 
Twelfth night, comedy by W: Shakespeare. 

Production at the New theatre. Collier's 44: F.26,'10. 
9(i) — J- S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 244(i), F.10,'10.— 
N. Y. Dram. 63: F.5,'10. 6(i).— il. Theatre 11: 
67-8, 93. Mr.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Les. W. 110-87, F.24,'10. 
Scenes from (pictures). Harp. W. 54: F.19,'10. 24. 
Unger, Gladys, adapter. See Inconstant George. 
Urlus, Herr, singer. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 275, F.19,'10. 
Valli, Valli, actress, 1882-. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 131, F.'IO.— Les. W. 110: 55, 
Ja.20,'10.— Mvmsey 42: 592, Ja.'lO.— Pearson (N. Y.) 
23: 97, Ja.'lO. — Theatre 11: cover, Ja.'lO. — Every- 
body's 22: 266, F.'IO. 
Vanderbilt, Gertrude, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 227, Mr.'lO.— Theatre 11: 88, 
Mr.'lO. 
Verdi, Guiseppe, composer, 1813-1901. See Otello. 
Village Romeo and Jtiliet, play by Delius. 
Review. Graphic 81: 268(i), F.26,'10. 
Vincent, Ruth, actress and singer. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 120, Ja.22,'10; 136: 275, 
F.19,'10. 
von Hoffmansthal, Hugo. See Elektra. 
Wagner, Richard, composer, 1813-83. See Tristran and 

Isolde. 
Walker, Charlotte (Mrs. Eugene Walter), actress, 1878-. 
Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 232, F.'IO.— G. Bk. Album 3: 
229, F.'IO —Harp. W. 54: Ja.29,'10. 14.— Les. W. 
110: 107, F.3,'10.— Munsey 42: 735, F.'IO.— Theatre 
11: 52, F.'IO. 
Walker, Edyth, singer. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 275, F.19,'10. 
Portrait as Elektra. Graphic 81: 268. F.26,'10. — 111. 
Lond. N. 136: 306, F.26,'10. 
Walter, Eugene, dramatist. See Just a wife. 
Watcher, The, drama by Cora Maynard. 

Notice with scenes from (pictures). Harp W. 54: 

F.12,'10. 24. 
Production at Comedy theatre, N. Y. City, Ja.1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: F.5,'10, 6(i).— il. 'Theatre 11: 
iii, x-xi, Mr.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Les. W. 110: 107, F.3,'10. 
Way the money goes, "The, drama by Lady Bell. 
Criticism. Spectator 104: 425(i), Mr.l2,'10. 
Production at Stage Societv theatre, London. 111. 
Lond. N. 136: 288(i), F.19VlO. 
Wedekind, Frank, actor and pla3rwright. 
Portraits. Bookman 30: 506-7, F.'IO. 
Wendell, Jacob, Jr., actor. 

Portrait. Am. M. 69: 702, Mr.'lO. 



What every woman knows, drama hy J. M. Barrie. 



Novelization. "Maggie Wylie." il. Ladies' H. J 17: 
F.'IO, 7-8, and following issues. 
What the public wants, drama by A. Bennett 

Scenes from (text), il. McClure 34: 301-15 Ja.'lO. 
and following issues. 
Wheelock, Joseph, Jr., actor. 

Obituary. N. Y. Dram. 63: F.5,10, 8(i). 
When knights were bold, farce by C: Marlowe. 

Production at Criterion theatre, London. 111. Lond. N 
136: 110, Ja.22,'10. 
Where there is a will, play adapted from the French, by 
M. Campbell. 
Production at Weber's theatre, N. Y. City, F 1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: F.19,'10, 6(i). 
White sister. The, drama by F. M. Crawford and W. 
Hackett. 
Description, il. Met. M. 31: 541, Ja.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 48: 207, Ja '10. 
Wied, Gustave, playwright, 1854-. 

Portrait. Bookman 30: 509, F.'IO. 
Wiggin, Kate Douglas (Mrs. G: C. Riggs), author, 1857-. 

See Rebecca of Sunnybrook farm. 
Wilde, Oscar O'Flahertie Wills, dramatist, 1856-1900. 

See Mr. and Mrs. Daventry. 
Williamson, C. N. and A. M., authors. 

See Lucky star, A. 
Wilson, Francis, actor and dramatist, 1854-. 
Portrait. Les. W. 110: 35, Ja.l3,'10. 
Portrait (with little Miss Davis) in The bachelor's baby. 

Hampton 24: 404, Mr.'lO. 
See Bachelor's baby. The. 
Wilson, Harry Leon, dramatist, 1867-. 
See Cameo Kirby. 
See Springtime. 
See Your humble servant. 
Wimperis, Arthur, playwright. 
See Arcadians, The. 
See Balkan princess, The. 
Winter, WilHam, critic, 1836-. 

Sketch. Munsey 42: 820-26, Mr.'lO. 
Wishing ring. The, play by O. DavHs. 

Production at Daly's theatre, N. Y. City, Ja.1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Ja.29,'10, 7{i). 
Witch, The, drama adapted by H. Hagedom. 

Production at New theatre, N. Y. City, F.1910. J. S 
Metcalfe. Life 55: 382, Mr.3,'10.— N. Y. Dram. 63: 
F26,'10, 6(i). 
Wolff, Pierre, dramatist. 

See Lily, The. 
Wyndham, Sir Charles (Culverwell), actor and manager, 
183 7-. 
Portrait. New Eng. M. 41: 763, F.'IO. 
Yankee girl, The, comic opera by G: V. Hobart and S. 
Hein. 
Brief description of. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 324(i), 

F.24,'10. 
Production at Herald Square theatre. N. Y. City, 
F.1910. N. Y. Dram. 63: F.19,'10, 6(i).— Theatre 
11: xi, Mr. '10. 
Young, Rida Johnson, dramatist. 
See Lottery man. The. 
See Ragged Robin. 
Young Turk, The, musical play by M. and A. Hoffmann. 
Production at New York theatre, N Y. City, Ja.1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: F.12,'10, 8(J). 
Your humble servant, drama by N. B. Tarkington and 
H. L. Wilson. 
Comment on. Munsey 42-891-2, Mr.'lO. 
Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. City. J. S. Met- 
calfe. Life 55: 129(J), Ja.20,'10.— N. Y. Dram. 63: 
Ja.15,'10. 5(*).— il. Theatre 11: 37, F.'IO 
Synopsis. G. Bk. Album 3: 522(§), Mr.'lO. — Hampton 
24: 409-10, Mr.'lO. 
Zangwill, Israel, dramatist. See Israel. 
Zerola, Nicola, opera singer 

Biographical sketch, pors. Mus. Cour. 60: Ja. 12, '10 

1, 15. 
Portrait. Cur. Lit. 48: 84, Ja.'lO. 
Portrait as Otello Mus. Cour. 60: Mr.9,'10, 30(J). 



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Our publication of an index to all the dramatic 
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has perhaps prove a stimulus to index making, 
as an Artisan's Trades Index is now announced. 

The Dramatic Index is one of the first to cover 
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in that the field chosen is broader. The interest 
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unfilled needs — such an index as the London 
Times is publishing to its columns is much needed 
in this covmtry, covering several of our best papers. 
The A. L. A. publishing board might well con- 
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AN ARTISAN'S TRADES INDEX. 

It looks as if this projected index would become 
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THE ENGLISH DRAWING-ROOM ANNUALS; A BIBLIOGRAPHY. 

(Being Part II of Literary Annuals and Gift Books.) 
By FREDERICK WINTHROP FAXON. 



PREFACE. 

The English Drawing-Room Annuals, as the literary 
annuals and gift books were tisually called in Great 
Britain, form an interesting phase of printing, though 
devoid of the bibliographical interest which attached 
to the American annuals on account of their many 
variants. Apparently the English publishers rarely 
if ever re-issued an aiuiual with changed name arid 
make-up, where such a practice was very common in 
the Umted States, and greatly complicates the study 
of American gift books. 

Still the English annuals were noteworthy for their 
contents and engravings, and were fine specimens of 
the printers and bookmakers art. No very complete 
collection is yet gathered in this country though the 
Library of Congress and the New York Public Library 
have the best available. 

No adequate bibliography has, as far as the writer 
knows, ever been printed. The best list is imdoubtedly 
that compiled by C. Tallent-Bateman, Esq., of Manchester, 
England, and printed in the 1897 volume of Papers of 
the Manchester Literary Club, pages 433-37, wherein 
one hundred and nine different titles are named, with 
their dates, editors and publishers. Since the com- 
pilation of that list its author has increased his record 
to include nearly two hundred and fifty titles. We would 
here record oxir indebtedness to Mr. Tallent-Bateman, 
who has kindly consented to examine our proofs of this 
portion of the list of gift books. All volumes which he 
has added, or of which he has been able to supply details 
are designated by the initials T.-B. We feel sure that in 
thus sectuing his help this part of our bibliography (The 
English Literary Annuals and Gift Books) has been 
made much more complete, and therefore more satis- 
factory to all who may desire to iise it in the study of 
these books. 

Now that the preliminary or serialpublication of Part I 
"American Literary Annuals and (Sft books" has been 
completed, may we ask any who have discovered omis- 
sions, or errors in it, or who can supply details for any 
of those numbers marked with an asterisk (*), to write 
us so that when the book is published this fall we may 
include in the addenda (and we have already several 
new titles to add and changes to make), all possible 
information concerning this very interesting fad of a 
former generation. 

F. W. F. 



n. 

ENGLISH. 
Ackermann's javenile forget me not for 1830, ed. by 

Frederic Shoberl. [v. 1.] London. T.-B. B.M. (1023) 
This series is entirely distinct, and a rival and imitator 
of "Juvenile forget me not," which see. 

for 1831, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 2.1 

London. T.-B. B.M. (1024) 

, a Christmas, New Year's and birthdajrpresent 

for youth of both sexes, 1832. Ed. by Frederic 

Shoberl. [v. 3.] London, R. Ackermann. 3-252 p., 

10 pi., 5f X 3^. F. (1025) 

See "Victoria keepsake," its successor. 

Affection's gift. London, 1830. T.-B. (1026) 

. London, 1831. T.-B. (1027) 

. London, 1832. T.-B. (1028) 

. London, 1833. T.-B. (1029) 

for 1844. London [1843J. 12mo. 

T.-B. B.M. (1030) 
Affection's keepsake. London, 1836. T.-B B.M. (1031) 

— . London, 1837. T.-B. B.M. (1032) 

. London, 1838. T.-B. B.M. (1033) 

. London, 1840. T.-B. B.M. (1034) 



Affection's keepsake. London, 1842. T.-B. B.M. (1035) 

. London, 1843. T.-B. B.M. (1036) 

, 1846. Original poetry by Thomas Albin. 

London, imprinted for the author, xvi, 17-206 p., 
1 1., front., engr. t., 4i x 2}. U.W. (1037) 

Affection's offering, [v. 1.] London, 1829. 

T.-B. B.M. (1038) 

. [v. 2.] London, 1830. T.-B. B.M. (1039) 

, a book for all seasons, but especially designed 

as a Christmas and New Year's gift or birthday pres- 
ent, [v. 3.] London, Charles Tilt, 1831. vii p., 1 1., 
13-180 p., [3 pi.]. U.W. (1040) 

, 1832. T.-B. (1041) 

Album wreath, and bijou litt6raire, ed. by J. Francis, 
London, De la Rue, 1834. 4to. embossed pi. 

T.-B. B.M. (1042) 

Album wreath of music and Uterattire. London, 1840. 
sm. 4to. T.-B. (1043) 

Amaranth, The. London, Renshaw & Co., 1832. 

T.-B. (1044) 

Amaranth, The, a literary present for the instruction and 
entertainment of the young, ed. by Randolph Roscoe, 
with fine steel engravings. London, Renshaw & Co. 
n. d. [1836 on back]. 2 p. 1., 320 p., 6 x 4^. "The 
patriot son-in-law." N.Y. (1045) 

, a miscellany of original prose and verse, ed. 

by T. K. Hervey. London, Baily & Co., 1839. pi., 
4to. T.-B. (1046) 

, a literary and religious offering, embellished 

with many fine engravings. London, Edward Lacey. 

16 St. Paul's Churchyard, n. d. [circa. 1832]. vii p., 1 1., 

352p., 8pL,5ix3i. "The orphans." U.W. (1047) 

This was also pub. in two parts, I, "Friendship's gift"; 

II, "Juvenile wreath." 

Amethyst, The. [v. 1.] Edinburgh, 1832. T.-B. (1048) 

or Christian's annual for 1833, ed. by R. Hine, 

and R. K. Greville. [v. 2.] Edinburgh, William Oli- 
phant, 1833. xii, 382 p., 6^ x 4. U.W. (1049) 

or Christian's annual for 1834, ed. by Richard 

Hine and Robert Kaye Greville. [v. 3.] Edinburgh, 
W. Oliphant & Son, 1834. xii, 352 p., engr. t., 6^ x 4. 

F. (1050) 

Amulet, The, or Christian and literary remembrancer for 

1826. [v. 1.] London, Wm. Baynes & Son, 1826. xii, 
396 p., 12 pi., 5f X 3f . L.C. (1051) 

Also issued in lai^e paper. 

, or Christian and literary remembrancer, [v.2.] 

London, W. Baynes & Son and Wightman & Cramp, 

1827. xii, 414 p., 12 pi., 5i x 3^. 

N.Y., L.C, P.M. (1052) 

, or Christian and literary remembrancer. 

[v. 3.] London, W. Baynes & Son, and Wightman & 
Cramp, 1828. 418 p., 14 pi., 5^ x 3^. 

L.C, B.P., U.W., B.A. (1053) 

, or Christian and literary remembrancer, ed. 

by S. C Hall. [v. 4.] London, Frederick Westley & 
A. H. Davis, and Wightman & Co., 1829. xiv, 394 p., 
1 L, 14 pi., 5i X 3i. N.Y., B.P., L.C. (1054) 

, a Christian and literary remembrancer, ed. by 

S. C Hall. [v. 5.] London, Frederick Westley & A. 
H. Davis, 1830. xii, 13-392 p., 12 pi., 5J x 3^. 

N.Y., B.P., L.C. (1055) 

:— , a Christian and literary remembrancer, ed. by 

S. C Hall. [v. 6.] London, Frederick Westley & A. 
H. Davis, 1831. x, 11-360 p., 12 pi., 5J x 3$. 

N.Y., L.C, B.A. (1056) 

, a Christian and literary remembrancer, ed. by 

S. C Hall. [v. 7.] London, Frederick Westley & A. 
H. Davis, 1832. viii, 9-318 p., 12 pi., 5f x 3f. 

N.Y., L.C, B.P. (1057) 

, a Christian and literary remembrancer, ed. by 

S. C Hall. [v. 8.] London, Frederick Westley & A. 
H. Davis, 1833. viii, 9-312 p., 12 pi., 5} x Sf. 

L.C, B.A., P.M. (1058) 



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Amulet, The, a Christian and literary remembrancer, ed. 
by S. C. Hall. [v. 9.] London, Frederick Westley & 
A. H. Davis. 1834. vi, 9-318 p., 11 pi., 5f x 3f. 

L.C. (1059) 

, ed. by S. C. Hall. [v. 10.] London, Frederick 

Westley & A. H. Davis, 1836. viii, 9-286 p., 10 pi., 
6ix4i. N.Y., L.C, U.W. (1060) 

, ed. by S. C. Hall. [v. 11.] London, Frederick 

Westley & A. H. Davis, 1836. vi, 7-304 p., 10 pi., 
6^x4. N.Y., B.P. (1061) 

Angler's souvenir, The, by "P. Fisher, Esq." [A. W. 
Chatto.] assisted by several eminent piscatory 
characters. London, Charles Tilt, 1836. pi., 12mo., 
pictorial border. T.-B. F. (1062) 

, 1846. T.-B. (1063) 

, ed. by G. C. Davies. London, 1886. pi., 4to. 

T.-B. (1064) 

Anniversary, The, an elegant literary present, ed. by 
Horace Harvey. London, R. A. Charlton, n. d. vii, 
312 p., [10 pi.,] 6f x4J^. B.P. (1065) 

, or poetry and prose for 1829, ed. by Allan 

Cimningham. [v.l.] London.John Sharpe, 1829. xvi, 
320 p., 20 pi., 7| x 5. N.Y. (1066) 

Also issued in large paper, 9J^ x SJ^. _ 
Some copies vary in sub-tJtle, having "or prose and 
poetry for 1829, ed. by Allan Cunningham." 

1830. T.-B. (1067) 

An edition was partly prepared for 1830, the plates 
being engraved, but not published. 

Annual gift-book, The, a drawing-room j>ortrait gallery 

of eminent personages, London. Joint Stock Co., 

1869. iv p., 1 1., 40 pi., each with text, paged 

separate, 15Jx 11^. B.P. (1068) 

This was title of vol. 1 of "Drawing-room portrait 

gallery." 

Annual of British landscape scenery. Ed. by C. A- 
Twamley. London, Orr, 1839. T.-B. (1069) 

Annual souvenir (Catholic). London, ed. and pub. by 
Booker, 1834, illus. with aquatints, the only annual 
so illus. T.-B. (1070) 

Annual token, London. Edward Lacey, 1835 [?]. 6 pi. 

* (1071) 

Apollo's gift, or the musical souvenir, a musical annual, 
ed. by Ed. and M. Clementi and J. B. Cramer. Lon- 
don, Willis & Co., 1830. 4to, pi. T.-B. (1072) 

, 1831. T.-B. (1073) 

Aurora borealis. The, a literary annual, ed. by members 
of the Society of Friends. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
Tilt, 1833. xiv p., 1 1., 1-274 p., 1 1., [2 pi.,] 6^x4. 

F. (1074) 
Issued as "Friend's annual," 1834. 

Ayrshire wreath. The, 1843. A collection of original 
pieces in prose and verse, chiefly by native authors, 
on subjects relating to Ayrshire. Kilmarnock, H. 
Crawford & Son, 1843. xii, 13-214 p., 1 1., front., 
6Jx4i. N.Y. (1075) 

Baxter's agricultural and horticultural annual, ed. by 
Baxter & Son. London, Simpkin, 1836, has 2 Baxter 
prints. T.-B. (1076) 

Bengal annual, a literary keepsake for 1830, ed. by David 
Lester Richardson. Calcutta, Samuel Smith & Co., 
1830. viii, 352 p., 7 pi. (etchings; the only annual 
so illus.) N.Y. (1077) 

, 1831. T.-B. (1078) 

, 1832. T.-B. (1079) 

, 1833. T.-B. (1080) 

, 1834. T.-B. (1081) 

Biblical annual. London, 1833. T.-B. (1082) 

, 1834. T.-B. (1083) 

Biblical keepsake, or landscape illustrations of the most 
remarkable places mentioned in the Holy Scriptures, 
by Rev. Thomas H. Home. London, [1st series,] 
John Murray, 1836. xxiv, 156 p., 32 pi., 81x5^. 

U. M. (1084) 

, or landscape illustrations of the most remark- 
able places mentioned in the Scriptures. Text by T. 
H. Home. 2d series. London, John Murray, 1836. 
xvi, 171 p., 32 pi., 8t X 5}. U.M. (1085) 



Biblical keepsake, or landscape illustrations of the most 

remarkable places mentioned in the Scriptures 3d 

series. London, Home, 1837. xii, 168 p., 22 pi., 8i 

X 5i. U.M. (1086) 

Bijou, Tne, or annual of literature and the arts. [v. 1.] 

London, Wm. Pickering, 1828. xiv, 335 p., 15 pi., 6Jx 4. 

L.C, P.M., B.A. (1087) 

, or annual of literature and the arts. [v. 2.] 

London, Wm. Pickering, 1829. xii, 288 p., 10 pi. and 
vig. t., 6i X 4. N.Y.. L.C, B.A. (1088) 

, an annual of literature and the arts. [v. 3.] 

London, Wm. Pickering, 1830. xiii p., 1 p.l., 288 p., 
9 pi., 6i X 4. N.Y., L.C, B.A. (1089) 

Bijou almanac, ed. by L. E. L. London, Schloss, 1839. 

T.-B. (1090) 

, ed. by S. Lover. London, Schloss, 1840. 

T.-B. (1091) 

Biographical keepsake. Historical and characteristic 
sketches of the most distinguished persons of the pres- 
ent time. 1st series. London, Edward Lacey, n. d. 
[circa 1830]. x, 324 p. [8 pi.,] 5J x 3^. N.Y. (1092) 

. 2d series. London, Edward Lacey, n. d. 

[circa 1830]. iv p., 8 1., 324 p., [8 pi.] 5i x 3^. 

«■ N.Y. (1093) 

These were originally issued in numbers in 1827-, each 
with a pi., and called "Public characters of the present 
day." 

Birthday gift, A. The dial of love, a book for youne 
people, by Mary Howitt. London, n. d. (1094) 
This is really a magazine, "Dial of love." 

Blossoms at Christmas, and first flowers of the New Year, 
for 1825. [v. 1.] London, J. Poole, Oct. 10, 1824. 
2 p. 1., 271 p., [3 pi.,] 5} X 3f . U.W. (1095) 

, and first flowers of the new year. London, 

1826. [9 pi.] T.-B. (1096) 

Book of beauty, The. London, 1846. T.-B. (1097) 

, for the Queen's boudoir, musical annual 

for 1848. London, C Jeffrey's. 117 p., pi. 3^ x 10. 

F. (1098) 

, or regal gallery, 1848, ed. by the Countess of 

Blessington. London, D. Bogue. 2 p. 1., 302 p., 12 pi., 
9 X 6i. B.P. (1099) 

Continuation of "Heath's book of beauty." 

, or regal gallery, 1849, ed. by the Countess of 

Blessington. London, David Bogue, 1849. 2 p. 1., 
316 p., 13 pi., 9 x6i. CU. (1100) 

Book of flowers, London. Pirated edition of Flora's in- 
terpreter, Boston [circa 1832]. T.-B. (1101) 

Book of gems. The poets and artists of Great Britain, 
ed. by S. C Hall. [v. 1.] London, Saunders & Otley, 
1836. xvi, 304 p., 53 illus. in text, 2 1. of autographs, 
8ix5i. F. (1102) 

. The poets and artists of Great Britain, ed. by 

S. C. Hall. [v. 2.] London, Saunders & Otley, 183'7. 
xvi, 304 p., 53 illus. in text, 2 1. autographs, 8^ x 5J. 

F. (1103) 

. The modem poets and artists of Great 

Britain, ed. by S. C Hall. [v. 3.] London, Whittaker 
& Co., 1838. xvi, 304 p., 43 illus. in text, 2 1. auto- 
graphs. 8^ x 5^. F. (1104) 

Book of royalty, ed. by Mrs. S. C Hall. London, Acker- 
mann & Co., 1839. col. pi. T.-B. (1105) 

Botanic annual, ed. by R. Mudie. London, Cochrane & 
Co., 1832. - T.-B. (1106) 

Bouquet, a new annual. London, Lacey, 1832. 

T.-B. (1107) 

. London, Lacey, 1833. T.-B. (1108) 

. London. Lacey, 1834. T.-B. (1109) 

Bouquet des souvenirs, Le, a wreath of friendship. The 
botanical portion by Rev. J. S. Henslow. London, 
Robert Tyas, 1840. 216 p., 25 col. pi., 7f x 5. 

F. (1110) 

Bow in the cloud, ed. by B. Barton. London, Jackson & 
Co., 1834. T.-B. (1111) 

Bridal bouquet culled from the garden of literature by 
Henry Southgate. London, 1890. 400 p.. 8vo, illus. 

T.-B. (1112) 

Broken shaft. The. Annual for 1886. London, 1886. 

T.-B. (1113) 



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(1114) 
(1115) 
(1116) 

(1117) 
(1118) 



(1124) 
(1125) 
(1126) 
(1127) 



Cabinet album. London, Hurst & Co., 1830. 

T.-B. 

. London, 1831. T.-B. 

. London, 1832. T.-B. 

Cabinet for youth. London, Whittaker, 1832. 

T.-B. 

Cabinet of curiosities. London, 1829. T.-B. 

Cabinet of Uteraty gems, ed. by Bernard Bowring, illus- 
trated with fine engravings. London, Renshaw & 
Co., n. d. iv, 320 p., pi., 6i X 4. N.Y., C.U. (1119) 

. London, Manning & Co., 1832. 

T.-B. (1120) 

Cabinet of modem art, The, and literary souvenir, ed. 
by Alaric A. Watts. 2d series, [v. 1.] London, Whit- 
taker & Co., 1836. xvi, 224 p., 24 pi., 7^ x 5^. 

L.C. (1121) 
This is a new series of "Literary souvenir, and cabinet 
of modem art," which ceased publication with 1835. 

, and literary souvenir, ed. by Alaric A. Watts. 

3d series, [v. 2.] London, Whittaker & Co., 1837. 
xiv, 224 p., 24 pi., 7^x51. L.C. (1122) 

, ed. by Alaric A. Watts, with 24 line engrav- 
ings, [v. 3.] London, Whittaker & Co., 1842. xiv, 
225 p., 24 1)1., 7i X 5i. N.Y. (1123) 

Cadeau, a mtisical annual. Lopdon, 1831. 4to. 

T.-B. 

. London, 1832, 4to. T.-B. 

. London, 1833, 4to. T.-B. 

Cameo. London, Pickering, 1831. T.-B. 

Cameo, The, a melange of literature and the arts selected 
from the Bijou. London, William Pickering, n. d. 
288 p. [7 pi.] 6i X 4. F. (n27a) 

Campbell's scenic annual, ed. by T. Campbell. London, 
Virtue, 1838, 36 engr. dedicated to Duchess of Kent. 

T.-B. (1128) 

Carcanet, The, London, 1828. T.-B. (1129) 

, select passages from the most distinguished 

writers. London, Pickering, 1830. T.-B (1130) 

Caricature annuaL See Looking glass or caricature 
annual. 

Casket, The, a miscellany, consisting of unpublished 
poems. London, John Murray, 1829. xxii p., 1 1., 
451 p., Six 5i. F. (1131) 

Casquet of literary gems, ed. by Alex. Whitelaw. Glas- 
gow, Blaikie & Son, n. d. [1829]. v. 1. xii, 3-386 p. 
7x4. T.-B., P.M. (1132) 

, ed. by Alex. Whitelaw. Glasgow, Blaikie & 

Son, n, d. v. 2. x, 3-362 p. 7x4. P.M. (1133) 

, ed. by Alex. Whitelaw. Glasgow, Blaikie & 

Son, n. d. v. 3. xii, 3-374 p. 7x4. P.M. (1134) 

, ed. by Alex. Whitelaw. Glasgow, Blaikie & 

Son, n. d. v. 4. x, 3-374 p. 7x4. P.M. (1135) 

Cattermole's historical annual. The great civil war of 
Charles I. and his parliament, by Rev. R. Catter- 
mole. [v. 1.] London, Longman, Orme, Brown, 
Green & Longmans, 1841. viii p., 1 1., 288 p., 15 pi., 
9x6i. N.Y. (1136) 

Except last two paragraphs same as Heath's historical 
annual, 1842. 

, 1844. [v. 2.] vi p., 1 1., 311 p., 15 pi. 

N.Y. (1137) 
Same as "Heath's picturesque annual," 1845. 

Caunter's and Daniell's oriental annual, 1839. Eastern 
legends by the Rev. Hobart Caunter. London, Whit- 
taker & Co., 1838. vi p., 1 1., 268 p., 22 pi., 7f x 5. 

N.Y. (1138) 
See "Oriental annual," 1834-40. 

Chameleon, a Scottish annual. Robinson, 1831. 

T.-B. 

. Robinson, 1832. 

. Robinson, 1833. 

Chaplet. London, Harwood, 1845, 4to. 

. London, Harwood, 1846, 4to. 

Christian forget-me-not. 1829 or 1830. 

Christian keepsake, The, and missionary annual, 1836, 
ed. by the Rev. William Ellis, [v. 1.] London, H. 
Fisher, R. Fisher & P. Jackson, viii, 9-306 p., 13 pi., 
6^x4. B.P., U.W. (1145) 



T.-B. 
T.-B. 
T.-B. 
T.-B. 
T.-B. 



(1139) 
(1140) 
(1141) 
(1142) 
(1143) 
(1144) 



Christian keepsake, and missionary annual, 1836, ed. by 
the Rev. William Ellis, [v. 2.] London, Fisher & 
Son. viii, 9-202 p., 17 pi., 7i X 5i. N.Y., B.P. (1146) 

, and missionary annual, 1837, ed. by the Rev. 

William Ellis, [v. 3.] London, Fisher & Son. viii, 9- 
206 p., 16 pi., 7i X 5i. B.P., P.M. (1147) 

, and missionary annual, 1838, ed. by the Rev. 

William Ellis, [v. 4.] London, Fisher & Son. 206 p., 
16 pi., 7f X 5i. N.Y., B.P., U.W. (1148) 

, 1840. T.-B. (1149) 

for 1860, by Mrs. Ellet. Family pictures from 

the Bible. London. 8vo. B.M. (1150) 

Christian offering and christian keepsake. London, 

Holmes, n. d., [circa 1845.] T.-B. (1151) 

Christian souvenir, a literary and religious offering, with 

fine steel engravings. London, Thomas Holmes, n, d. 

viii, 312 p., [10 pi.,] 8i x 5^. N.Y., U.W. (1152) 

Some copies have engr. t. added, reading "Christian 

souvenir, a literary and religious keepsake. ' 

Also issued with imprint John Reynolds. 

. London, 1830. T.-B. (1153) 

, ed. by Rev. Charles B. Tayler. The Scripture 

illustrations by Rev. Thomas Dale. London, Tilt & 
Bogue,1842. xii, 276 p., 12 pi., 7^ x 4}. P M. (1154) 
Christmas box. The, an annual present for cliildren, ed. 
by T. Crofton Croker. [v. 1.] London, Wm. Harrison 
Ainsworth, 1828. xii p., 1 1., 3-233 p., 6f x 4. 

B.P. (1155) 

, an annual present to yoiuig persons, ed. by 

T. Crofton Croker, Esq. [v. 2.] London, John Ebers 
& Co., 1829. iv, 240 p., illus., 6i x Sf. 

N.Y. (1156) 

. Title on back of "Marshall's Christmas 

box," 1832, which see. 

Christmas tales, historical and domestic, by W. H. 
Harrison. London, A. K. Newman & Co., n. d. [circa 
1833]. 3 p. 1., 280 p., 6 pi., 6ix 4. NY. (1157) 

, a new annual, ed. by W. H. Harrison. 

London, Jennings, 1833, T.-B. (1158) 

Comic album. London, Orr & Co., 1843. T.-B. (1159) 

Comic almanac, The. Published annually by Bogue 
and Charles Tilt. London, 1836-1863, inclusive, 
illus. by Cruickshank. 6^x4^. T.-B. (1160) 

Comic annual, The, by Thomas Hood. pub. 1830-39, 
1842, 11 vols, [no issue in 1840, 1841]. London, 
Charles Tilt, etc. 6^x4. F. (1161-1171) 

See "Hood's comic annual." 

Comic miscellany, The for 1846, by John Poole, Esq. 
London, Henry Colbum, 1845. 7| x 4i. L.C. (1172) 

Comic offering. The, or the ladies' melange of literary 
mirth, ed. by Louisa H. Sheridan. London. Smith, 
Elder & Co., illus., 6^ x 3f. 1831 [v. 1]-1836 [v. 6]. 

N.Y. (1173-1177) 

Continental annual. The, and romantic cabinet for 1832. 

with illus. by Samuel Prout, ed. by Wm. Kennedy. 

[v. 1.] London, Smith, Elder & Co. x, 313 p., 13 pi, 

7^x4^. B.P. (1178) 

Also issued in large paper, proof before letters. 

Continental landscape annual of European scenery, ed. 
by Frederick Ferguson, 1836. [v. 1.] London, H. 
Riley, 1835. 2p. 1., 1-284 p.,[pL,] 7i x4j. F. (1179) 
Title on back of cloth case, "Landscape annual." 



I 



, 1837. 

, 1838. 

Continental tourist. 



London, 1836, roy. 



T.-B. 
T.-B. 
8vo. 
T.-B. 



(1180) 
(1181) 

(1182) 

Coronal, The, or prose, poetry and art. A book for all 
seasons, at home and abroad. London, Religious 
Tract Society, n.d. iv, 252 p., [8 col. pi.,] 6^ x 3f. 
"The queen of flowers." P.M. (1183) 

"A new edition," also n.d. 

, an annual of literature and the fine arts. 

London, Edward Lacey, n.d. [1834 on engr. t.] . viiip., 
1 1., 312 p., [7 pi. and engr. t.,] 6^ x 3f. "The 
town child and the cotmtrychSd." B.P.,U.W. (1184) 

. 1846. T.-B. (1185) 

Court album. London, Bogue, 1860-1867, 4to, pors. 
of female aristocracy. T.-B. (1186-1193) 



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113 



Cynosure, The, select passages from the most distin- 
guished writers. London, Pickering,1837. T.-B. (1194) 

Diadem. London, 1832. T.-B. (1195) 

, ed. by L. H. Sheridan. London, 1839. 

T.-B. (1196) 

Dial of love, a magazine for young people issued as 
"Birthday gift " London, wmch see. 
Also see Dial of love," Phila. 

Dramatic annual, The, comprising a playwright's adven- 
tures, by Frederick Reynolds. London, Longman, 
1831, 2 p. 1., 356 p., illus., 5i x 3^. U.W. (1197) 

Dramatic souvenir, The, being literary and graphical 
illustrations of Shakespeare and other celebrated 



English dramatists. London, Charles Tilt, 1833. 
Nearly 200 engravings on wood. 8vo. T.-B. (1198) 
Drawing room portrait gAUory of eminent personages. 
London, 1859-60. Series 2-4. _^ (1199-1200) 

Series 1 called "Annual gift book." 

These were supplements to "Illustrated news of the 
world," issued as an annual. 
Drawing room scrap-book. Title on cover of Fisher's 

drawing room scrap-book, London. 

Easter gift, ed. by L. E. L. London, Fisher. 1832 and 

1836-38. T.-B. (1201-1204) 

Easter offering, or Catholic annual. London, Booker, 

1832. T.-B. (1205) 



(To be continued.) 

SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHIES APPEARING REGULARLY IN PERIODICALS. 

By MARY JOSEPHINE BOOTH, Librarian State Normal School, Charleston, 111. 

PARTY. 



POLITICAL SCIENCE 
American political science review, quarterly. 

Index to recent literature — books and periodicals, 
quarterly, Nov. 1906-date. (95) 

"This covers articles on administrative, constitu- 
tutional and international law, colonies, jurisprudence- 
and political theory." Each large subject has sub- 
divisions arranged alphabetically. Under each head, 
ing the books and periodical articles are separated. 
The annual index does not include these items. There 
are no annotations. Only technical, legal and political 
science periodicals in English, French and German are 
included. Conseq^uently there is little duplication 
with the existing indexes. 
Municipal journal and engineer, weekly. 

Municipal index, monthly, 1907-date. (96) 

This bibliography is arranged by subject. "It is 
our purpose to give in the first issue of each month 
a list of all articles of any length or importance which 
have appeared in all the American periodicals and the 
leading English, French and German ones, dealing 
more or less with municipal matters." There is some 
duplication with Poole and with the Readers' guide. 
A brief statement of the contents of the periodical 
article is added when the titles are not sufficiently 
descriptive. The items of the bibliography are not 
included in the annual index. 
Political science, see also (30), (31). 

PSYCHOLOOT 

American journal of psychology, quarterly. 

Literature, or Psychological literature, quarterly, 1903- 
date. (97) 

This list consists of signed reviews of articles appear- 
ing in German, French and American periodicals and 
includes reprints, government publications, and mono- 
graphs in English and foreign languages. The items 
are not included in the annual subject index but are 
listed in the annual index of authors. There is little 
duplication with Poole's index. 

(L') annee psychologique, annual, 1897-date. (98) 

The literature is divided by large classes, f American, 
English, French and German magazines are included 
but not Proceedings of societies. The signed annota- 
tions are often several pages in length. The majority 
of the magazines are not included in Poole. 

Psychological review, bi-monthly. 

Psychological index, annual, 1895-date. (99) 

This bibliography is compiled by Howard E. Warren 
and others. The index for 1907 and 1908 has appeared 
in May and contains references to the literature of the 
preceding year. The table of contents in each number 
shows the classification adopted. The entries are 
grouped under large subject with the necessary sub- 
divisions. Books, reprints, Dissertations, Bulletins, 



Transactions and Proceedings of societies and periodica 
articles in English, French, German and Italian are 
included. 

"The index includes original publications in all lan- 

fuages, together with translations and new editions in 
English, French and German." Compilers' note Psy- 
chc^ogical index No. 14, May 1908. 

Each item is given a number for index use and to 
this reference is made in the author index. There are 
no annotations. The popular magazines indexed are 
included in Poole and in the Readers' guide. 
Zeitschrift fur psychologie und physiologie der sinnes- 
organe, irregular. 

Bibliographic der psycho-physiologischen literatur,~an- 
nual 1892-date. (100) 

This annual bibliography is rather late in appearing. 
The number for 1908 covers the year 1906. The litera- 
ture is divided by large subject with numerous sub- 
divisions. The key to the classification is given in the 
Table of contents. Proceedings of societies, books and 
periodical articles in French, German, English and 
Italian are included. There are no annotations. Each 
entry is numbered and the author index, at the end of 
each issue, refers to the item by number. There is 
little duplication with Poole. 
Literatur bericht, irregular, 1890-date. 

This monthly list indexes magazines in the same 
languages as the annual list and Proceedings of socie- 
ties. There is no perceptible difference between the 
two except that the monthly list has long, signed 
annotations. The index to authors at end of the 
volume refers to the authors of these articles. 
Psychology, see also (85), (105Q). 

RAILROADS, 

Archiv fur eisenbahnwesen, bi-monthly. 

Zeitschriften, bi-monthly, July 1880-date. (101) 

This list is alphabetically arranged under the title 
of the magazine. Articles on railroads both from the 
economic and technological side wherever found are 
listed. American, Engfish, German, French, Russian 
and Austrian periodicals are included, as well as news- 
papers devoted to the subject of railroads. There 
are no Proceedings of societies indexed. The annota- 
tions are a line or two in length. There is practically 
no duplication with Poole. 

ROMANCE LANOUAOES. 
Kritischer jahresbericht uber die fortschritte der 
romanischen philologie, annual, 1890-date. (102) 

The table of contents gives the scheme of classifica- 
tion which is by subject. The different collaborators 
are assigned specific parts of the work. There are 
long descriptive annotations. About three hvmdred 
publications are indexed, including magazines from all 
parts of the world, society and university publica- 
tions, and transactions of societies. An author index 
is provided. 



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SCIENCE. 
American journal of science, monthly. 

Scientific intelligence, monthly, 1868-date. (103) 

This list is divided into large subjects as Botany, 

feology, etc., and indexes American, German, and 
'rench periodicals, Proceedings of societies. State 
publications, monographs and reprints. The reviews 
are signed. The annual index includes the subjects 
only. Little duplication with Poole occurs. 
American naturalist, monthly. 

Notes and literature, monthly, Oct 1901-date. (104) 

This bibliography includes government publica- 
tions. Proceedings of societies, both German and 
American, University publications and American and 
German periodicals. The annotations are signed and 
are usuauy arranged by subject. The volume index 
notes these items by subject only. This index is 
unimportant as compared with the other bibliographies 
in science. 
International catalog of scientific literature, annual, 
19Gl-date. (105) 

The purpose of the list is to record the titles of all 
"original published contributions to the physical and 
natural sciences." 

Volumes on the following subjects are published: — 

A. Mathematics. K. Palaeontology. 

B. Mechanics. L. General biology. 

C. Physics. M. Botany. 

D. Chemistry. N. Zoology. 

E. Astronomy. O. Anatomy. 

F. Meteorology. P. Anthropology. 

G. Mineralogy. Q. Physiology, including 
H. Geology. experimental psy- 
J. Geography. chology, pharma- 
cology, and experi- 
mental pathology. 

R. Bacteriology. 
"Each class is in one or two volumes which contain 
instructions, a schedule of classification and index 
(in English, French, German and Italian), an author 
catalog and a closely classified subject catalog." There 
are no annotations. The list of periodicals indexed 
includes those in German, Russian, French, Italian, 
English and other languages, and Transactions of 
societies. See L. j. Jan. '08, 33: 39. 

Jahresbericht uber fortschritte in der lehre von den 
pathogen mikro-organismen, 2 numbers a year, 1885- 
date. (106) 

The bibliography is arranged by large classes with 
minute sub-divisions. At the beginning of each sub- 
division there is a list arranged alphabetically by 
author of the items for that small section of the sub- 
ject. Each item has a number which refers to the 
signed annotation following. Theses, Proceedings of 
societies and periodicals in English, Italian and French, 
are included. There is an author and subject index. 
Few of the magazines are indexed in Poole. 

Science, weekly. 

Doctorates conferred in American universities, annual, 
1898-date. (107) 

This list is limited to dissertations in the sciences- 
It is arranged alphabetically by university The 
items are not included in the annual index. 

SCHOOL HYGIENE. 
Internationales archiv fur schul hygiene, quarterly. 
Bibliography of school hygiene, quarterly, 1905-date 

(108) 
The title of this bibliography differs in the quarterly 
numbers, for each number contains the bibliography 
of a different country, compiled by a resident and in 
the native language The arrangement is by large 
subject with careful descriptions of the article. There 
is no annual index. Often a list of the periodicals 
indexed is given. Bibliographies of the literature of 



Switzerland, Norway, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, 
Spain and minor countries have been given. 

SOCIOLOGY. 

American journal of sociology, bi-monthly. 

Recent literature, bi-monthly, 1905-date. (109) 

This list, divided into Books and Articles is alpha- 
betical by authors. There are no annotations. Ameri- 
can, French, English, German and Italian periodicals 
are included. Many of the American magazines are 
included in Poole's index. The annual index does not 
include these items. 
Notes and abstracts, bi-monthly. May 1896-date 

There are signed reviews of articles appearing in 
American, German, French and English magazines 
and Proceedings of societies. Since the commence- 
ment of the list noted above, less space has been given 
to this department. The annual index does not 
include the items here listed. 

Kritische blatter fuer die gesammten sozialwissen- 
schaften, monthly, 1905-date. (110) 

The material is grouped imder twenty large sub- 
jects with necessary sub-divisions. Representatives 
from the following countries index the publications in 
their country: Greece, Germany, Holland, France, 
United States, Italy, Austria, England and Belgium. 
Occasionally there is a descriptive note for both books 
and periodical articles. No annual name index is 
furnished but the scheme of classification and an 
alphabetical list of subjects are provided. See note 
L. j. Oct.'Oe, 31: 747; Apr. '07, 32: 191. 

Vierterjahrschrift fur sozial und wirtschaftsgeschichte, 

quarterly. 

Bibliographie, quarterly, Apr. 1906-date. (HI) 

The list includes books, periodical articles in Ger- 
man, English, French and Italian, dissertations. Pro- 
ceedings of learned societies, separates and Govern- 
ment publications. The arrangement is by large sub- 
ject with suitable sub-divisions. Short annotations 
are added. No annual index. 
Where is the information, bi-monthly, 1908-date. (112) 

This bibliography is published by the New York 
social science library bureau of bibliographical infor- 
mation and supply. "Aims to give the best and most 
practical references on social science. . . . This guide 
is under the editorship of W. D. P. Bliss. . . ." A. B. 
Kroeger. A. L. A. guide to reference books, ed. 2, 
p. 36. 

SPEECH. 

Medizinisch-padagogische monatsschrif t fur die gesamte 
sprachheilkunde, montkly. 

Bibliografia phone tica, monthly, 1907 (first number in 
library)-date. (113) 

This list is arranged alphabetically by author. The 
annotations vary from a few lines to over a page in 
length. Dissertations and periodicals in German, 
Italian, French, English and Norwegian are indexed. 
It "forms a comprehensive current bibliography of the 
literature of lip-reading, speech instruction, and 
phonetics, European and American." No annual 
index. 

STATISTICS. 
Royal statistical society. Journal, quarterly. 

Statistical and economic articles in recent periodicals, 
quarterly, 1892-date. (114) 

The first arrangement is by country, the sub- 
arrangement alphabetical under periodicals. Pro- 
ceedings of learned societies, government publica- 
tions, and technical magazines of Great Britain, 
Austria, Germany, Italy, France, Switzerland and the 
United States are included. There are no annota- 
tions. Some of the American magazines are indexed 
in Poole and in the Readers' guide. The items are not 
given in the annual index. 



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115 



U. S. — Labor, Bureau of. Bulletin, bi-monthly. 

Recent foreign statistical publications, bi-monthly, 1896- 
date. (115) 

The material is arranged tmder the most prominent 
European countries alphabetically entered. Only the 
publications of the government relating to statistics 

are included. There are long descriptive annotations. 
Recent reports of state bureaus of labor statistics, bi- 
monthly, 1895-date. 

The states are arranged alphabetically. The anno- 
tations are long, covermg the principal points taken 
up in the report. Occasionally short tables of figures 
are given. 

Statistics, see also (31). 

THEOLOGY. 

Biblical world, monthly. 

New literature, monthly, 1904-date. (116) 

The bibliography is divided by large subject with 
no sub-arrangement. Under each subject there is a 
division into Books and articles. Magazine articles 
in French, German and English are included. No 
Proceeding of societies are indexed. There are de- 
scriptive annotations. Some duplication with Poole's 
index occurs. 

Theologischer jahresbericht, irregular, 1892-date. (117) 
Sections covering different parts of the subject 
appear during the year; the table of contents given for 
each part shows both its scope and the scheme of 
classification. The material is classified under large 
divisions with necessary sub-divisions. The bibli- 
ography is given first and annotations for many of the 
articles cited follow. An annual author index is pro- 
vided but no subject index. 

The bibliography attempts to cover the whole field 
of recent religious literature in all the leading covmtries 
of the world. The substance of valuable books, 
monographs and periodical articles appearing in the 
preceding year is given in condensed form. 

Theses, see (29), (108). 

USEFUL ARTS. 

Repertorium der technischen joumal-litteratur, annual, 
1823-date. (118) 

This bibliography is compiled by order of the 
Imperial patent office. At the beginning there is an 
alphabetical list of the four hundred and nine or more 
journals indexed. Following this there is a subject 
arrangement of the magazines with subjects given in 
the three languages, French, German and English. 
The main headings used in the bibliography follow- 
ing, are arranged alphabetically in three separate lists 
in the same three languages, forming a key to the 
classification. The arrangement is by large subject 
with numerous sub-divisions. There are descriptive 
annotations in language of article indexed. Pro- 
ceedings, Transactions and Bulletins of learned Soci- 
eties are indexed as well as periodicals of Germany, 
France, Austria, United States, Great Britain, Italy 
and Belgium. At the end there is an author index 
and a minute subject index with the words of the 
same three languages, in one alphabet. 
ZOOLOOY. 

Archiv fur nature:eschichte, irregular. 

Jahresberichte, irregular, 1841 (First volume in 
library )-date. (119) 

The literature indexed is divided into classes with 
the necessary sub-divisions. At the beginning of 
each large class there is a key to the classification. 
Books, Bulletins of scientific societies. Proceedings of 
societies and French, English, American, German and 
Italian periodicals are included. There are annota- 
tions. No index is provided. The periodicals included 
are not found in the list indexed in Poole. 

Boyal microscopical society. Journal, bi-monthly. 

Summary of current researches relating to zoology 
and botany . . . microscopy, etc., bi-monthly, 1868- 
date. (120) 



The bibliography is divided into large classes with 
numerous sub-divisions. Proceedings of societies. 
Bulletins of the government and magazines in Ger- 
man, French, English and Italian are included. The 
magazine references are grouped at the bottom of the 
page. The annotations are long. There is an annual 
index which enters each item both imder subject and 
author. The list of magazines indexed in Poole in- 
cludes few indexed in this list. 
Royal society of Canada, Proceedings and transactions, 
annual. (121) 

Bibliography of Canadian zoology, annual, 1901-date 

The list is divided by large subject and includes 
government and university publications, and peri- 
odicals, Canadian for the most part. There are short 
descriptive annotations. 

Zoologrischer jahresberieht, annual, 1877-date. (122) 
The entries are divided by large subject with numer- 
ous sub-divisions. There is a table of contents in 
each number which is a key to the classification. 
Under each sub-division, an alphabetical author list 
of all entries is placed first, followed by unsigned anno- 
tations for the more important articles. Proceedings 
of societies. Bulletins of laboratories and magazines of 
Germany, Italy, France, United States and Great 
Britain are included. There is an author index at the 
end. This bibliography is not so comprehensive as 
the International catalogue of scientific literature and 
necessarily they both index many of the same articles. 

Zooloe:y, see also (1G5N). 

Supplementary list of magazines appearing more fre- 
quently than once a month, which have bibliographies . 

Anatomischer anzeiger. 

Annalen der Physik Beiblatter. 

Berichte der deutschen chemischen gesellschaft. 

Biochemisches centralblatt. 

Botanisches centralblatt. 

Centralblatt fur bakteriologie. 

Centralblatt fur mineralogie, geologic, und palaeontologie. 

Centralblatt fur physiologic. 

Chemical abstracts. 

Chemical news. 

Chemisches centralblatt. 

Electrical world and engineer. 

Elektrotechnische zeitschrift. 

Geologisches centralblatt. 

(La) lumi^re 41ectrique. 

Naturae novitates. 

Physikalische-chemisches centralblatt. 

Soci^t^ chimique de Paris. Bulletin. 

Society of chemical industry. Journal. 

Zeitschrift des vereines deutscher ingenieure. 

Zeitschrift fur angewandte chemie. 

Zeitschrift fur untersuchimg der nahrungs und genu B 

mittel. 
Zoologischer anzeiger 
Zoologisches zentralblatt. 

ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 

American anthropologist. (5) 

American geographical society. Bulletin. (70) 
American institute of architects. Quarterly bulletin. (7) 

American Jewish year book. (63) 

American journal of archaeology. (6) 

American journal of international law. (61) 

American journal of physiology. (97) 

American journal of science. (104) 

American journal of sociology. (109) 

American mathematical society. Bulletin. (72) 

American naturalist. (105) 

American political science review. (95) 
American society of civil engineers. Proceedings. (38) 

Analyst. (22> 

Annalen der physik. (87i 

Annales de geographic. (50) 

(L') ann^e biologique. (14) 

(L') annee psychologiquc. (98) 



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Arbeiterfretind. (64) 

Archiv fiir das studium der neueren sprachen und lit- 
teraturen. (83) 

Archiv fur eisenbahnwesen. (101) 

Archiv fur naturgeschichte. (119) 

Association for international conciliation. (62) 

Astromischer jahresbericht. (10) 

Auk. (81) 

Biblical world. (116) 

Bibliographia physiologica. (91) 

Bibliotheca geographica. (51) 

Biophysikalisches centralblatt. (23) 

Bird lore. (82) 

Botanical gazette. (l5) 

British astronomical association. Journal. (11) 

British trade jotimal. (28) 

Btilletin astronomique. (12) 

Bulletin of the American geographical society, see Ameri- 
can geographical society. Bulletin. (70) 
Bvdletin of the American mathematical society, see 
American mathematical society. Btilletin. (72) 
Bulletin of the Bureau of education, see U. S. — Educa- 
tion, Bureau of. Bulletin. (37) 
Bulletin of the Bureau of labor, see U. S. — Labor, Bureau 
of. Bulletin. (115) 
Bulletin of the New York social science library . . . see 
Where is the information. (112) 
Btilletin of the Torrey botanical club, see Torrey botanical 
club. Bulletin. (19) 
Centralblatt ftir bibliotekwesen. (67) 
Chemical society (London). Journal. (24) 
Council of supervisors of the manual arts. Year book. 

(69) 
Economic bulletin. (29) 

Economic journal. (30) 

Electro-chemical and metallurgical industry. (44) 

Engineering digest. (39) 

Engineering magazine. (40) 

Engineering review. (41) 

Entomologische litteraturblatter. (45) 

Experiment station record, see U. S. — Experiment 
stations. Office of. Experiment station record. (2) 
Finanz-archiv. (48) 

Forestry quarterly. (49) 

Fortschritte der physik. (88) 

Gazette des beaux arts. (9) 

Geographen-kalender. (52) 

Geographical journal. (53), (71) 

Geographisches jahrbuch. (54) 

Harvard law review. (65) 

Hedwigia. (16) 

Index medicus. (75) 

Index to legal periodicals and law library journal. (66) 
International catalog of scientific literature. (106) 

Internationale bibliographic der kunstwissenschaft. (8) 
Internationales archiv fur schul hygiene. (103) 

Institution of civil engineers of London. Proceedings. 

(42) 
Jahrbuch uber die fortschritte der mathematik. (73) 

Tahrbucher fur nationalokonomie und statistik. (31) 

Jahresbericht uber die fortschritte auf dem gesamtge- 
biete der agrikultur-chemie. (1) 

Jahresbericht uber die fortschritte der klassichen alterums 
wissenschaft. (27) 

Jahresbericht uber die fortschritte der physiologic. (92) 
Jahresbericht uber die fortschritte der tier chemie. . . . 

(93) 
Jahresbericht uber die fortschritte in der lehre von den 
garungsorganismen. (47) 

Jahresbericht uber die fortschritte in der lehre von den 
pathogen mikro-organismen. (107) 

Jahresbericht uber die leisttmgen der chemischen tech- 
nologic. (21) 
Jahresberichte der geschichtswissenschaft. (58) 
Jahresberichte fur neuere deutsche litteraturgeschichte. 

(57) 

Jahresberichte uber die fortschritte der anatomic und 

entwickltmgsgeschichte. (3) 

Journal de physiologic et de la pathologic g^n^rale. (94) 



Journal of anatomy and physiology. (4) 

Journal of geology. (55) 

Journal of political economy. (32) 

Journal of the British astronomical association, see 
British astronomical association. Journal. (11) 

Journal of the chemical society (London), see Chemical 
society (London). Journal. (24) 

Journal of the rojral microscopical society, see Royal 
microscopical society. Jotunal. (120) 

Journal of the royal statistical society, see Royal statis- 
tical society. Journal. (114) 
Journal U. S. artillery. (78) 
Just's botanischer jahresbericht. (17) 
Kritische blatter fuer die gesammten sozial wissen- 
schaften. (110) 
Kritischer jahresbericht uber die fortschritte der roman- 
ischen philologie. (102) 
Library journal. (13) 
Library work. (68) 
Medizinisch-padogogische monatsschrift fur die gesamte 
sprachheilKunde. (113) 
Mind. (84) 
Municipal journal and engineer. (96) 
Orientalische bibliographic. (80) 
Pedagogical seminary. (34) 
Philosophical review. (85) 
Proceedings and transactions of the Royal society of 
Canada, see Royal society of Canada. Proceedings 
and transactions. (18), (46), (56), (121) 
Proceedings of the American society of civil engineers, 
see American society of civil engineers. Proceedings. (38) 
Proceedings of the institution of civil engineers of Lon- 
don, see Institution of civil engineers of London. Por- 
ceedings. (42) 
Psychological review. (99) 
Quarterly bulletin of the American institute of archi- 
tects, see American institute of architects. Quarterly 
bulletin. (7) 
Repertorium der technischen joumal-litteratur. (118) 
Revue economique intemationale. (33) 
Revue n^o-scholastique. (86) 
Revue p6dago^que. (35) 
Revue semestnelle des publications mathematiques. (74) 
Royal microscopical society. Journal. (120) 
Royal society of Canada. Proceedings and transactions. 

„ (18). (46), (56), (121) 

Royal statistical society. Journal. (114) 

Science. (108) 

Science abstracts. (89) 

Schmidt's jahrbucher der in und auslandischen gesamm- 
ten medicin. (76) 
School of mines. (79) 
School review. (36) 
Stone and Webster library. Current literature refer- 
ences. (43) 
Theologischer jahresbericht. (117) 
Toronto university studies. Review of historical publi- 
cations relating to Canada. (60) 
Torrey botanical club. Bulletin. (19) 
U. S. — Education, Bureau of. Bulletin. (37) 
U. S. — Experiment stations. Office of. Experiment 
station record. (2) 
U. S. — Labor, Bureau of. Bulletin. (115) 
Van Nostrand's chemical annual. (25) 
Vierterjahrschrift fur sozial imd wirtschaftsgeschichte. 

(Ill) 

Where is the information. (112) 

Writings on American history. (59) 

Yearbook of the council of supervisors of the manual 

arts, see Council of supervisors of the manual arts. 

Yearbook. (69) 

Zeitschrift fur analytische chemie. (26) 

Zeitschrift fur instrumentkunde. (90) 

Zeitschrift fur pflanzenkrankheiten. (20) 

Zeitschrift fur psychologic und physiologic der sinnes- 

organe. (lOO) 

Zeitschrift fur wissenschaftliche mikroskopie. . . . (77) 

Zoological record combined with International catalog 

of scientific literature, N. Zoology. (106) 

Zoologischer jahresbericht. (122) 



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Births and Deaths. 



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BIRTHS AND DEATHS. 
A RECORD OF NEW TITLES, CHANGED TITLES AND DEATHS IN THE 

PERIODICAL WORLD. 

( 7> be conhnutd quarterly.) 
N. B. — The editor will be glad to know of any omissions or corrections, since January, 1900, not 
noted, for inclusion in the next issue, and will esteem it a favor to be notified of new periodicals by 
any librarian who may receive a sample number. Reports of deaths will be gratefully received and 
recorded. 

I. New Periodicals. 

Ability. Milwaukee, Wis., mo., 12mo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ja. 1910. lOc, 50c. 
Academy of Pacific Coast History. Publications. Berkeley, 

Cal., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1909. 10c. no. 
Agricultural News. Barbadoes, fort., 4vo, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ap. 25, 1902. 
Air Brake Magazine. Meadville, Pa., mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, N. 1909. 15c., $1.50. 
American Aeronaut. 1926 Broadway, New York, N. Y., 

mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ag. 1909. 20c., $2.00. 
American Association of Electric Motor Manufacturers. 
Journal. 29 W. 39th St., New York, N. Y., 8vo, vol. 1, 
no. 1, N. 1908. 
American Dressmaker, The. 41 W. 25th St., New York, 

N. Y., mo., fol., il., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1910. 
American Journal of Eugenics. 500 Fulton St., Chicago, 
111., mo., 8vo, vol. 1. no. 1, Jl. 1907. 10c., $1.00. 
Successor to Lucifer the Light-bearer. 
American Journal of Physiologic Therapeutics, The. 
72 Madison St.. Chicago, III., bi-mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, 
no. 1, My. 1910. 20c., $1.00. 
American Leather Chemists Association. Journal. Ridg- 

way, Pa., mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1906. $7.00. 
American Salesman, The. Valparaiso, Ind., mo., 8vo, 

U.. vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1910. lOc, $1.00. 
American Society of Engineering Contractors. Journal. 
13 Park Row, New York, N. Y., mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, 
no. 1, Je. 1909. 
Anatomical Record, The. Wister Inst., Philadelphia, Pa., 

mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1906. $3.00. 
Apprenticeship Bulletin, The. 20 Parmenter St., Boston, 

Mass., mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1907. 25c. year. 
ArchcBological Institute of America. Bulletin. New York, 
N. Y.. quar., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1909. Supercedes 
Supplement to American Journal of Archaeology. 
Aryan, The. 1200 California St., Denver, Colo., mo., 8vo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1909. 10c., $1.00. 
Aus Nah und Fern. Chicago, 111., 3 issues year, 8vo, 

il.. vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1910. lOc, 25c. 
Australian Producers' Home Journal, The. Sydney, Aust., 

mo., fol., il., vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 8. 1910. 2s. 6d. 
Backbone Monthly, The. Ravenswood, Chicago, 111., mo., 

12mo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1910. 5c., 50c. 
Bacteriotherapy. New York, N. Y., quar., fol., vol. 1, 

no. 1. My. 1910. 25c., $1.00. 
Bengal: Past and Present. Calcutta, India, quar., 8vo, 

il.. vol. 1. no. 1. Jl. 1907. 
Boston Common, The. 18 Kingston St., Boston, Mass., 

w., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 30, 1910. 5c., $2.00. 
Boston Weekly Review. 100 Boylston St., Boston, Mass., 

w., 8vo. il., vol. 1, no. 1, O. 30, 1909. 15c., $5.00. 
British Health Review, The. London, mo., 8vo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, My. 1909. 3d., 4s. 
Butter, Cheese and Egg Journal. Germania Bldg., Mil- 
waukee, Wis., w., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 26, 1910. 
$1.00. 
Byways Magazine, The. 1545 Broadway, New York, 

N. Y., mo., vol. 1. no. 1, Mr. 1910. $1.50. 
California, University of. Publications. Berkeley, Cal. 
American Archceotogy and Ethnology, irreg., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1. S. 1903. $1.25. 
Botany, irreg., il., vol. 1. no. 1, Je. 1902. $1.00. 
Classical Philology, irreg., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1904. 

50c. no. 
Economics, irreg., il., vol. 1. no. 1. Mr. 1908. $5.00 



Entomology, irreg., il., vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1906. $1.00. 
Modern Philology, irreg., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1909. 50c. 
Pathology, irreg., vol. 1. no. 1. Jl. 1903. 5c. 
Philosophy, irreg.. vol. 1. no. 1, N. 1904. 25c. 
Physiology, irreg., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1903. $2.00 
Semitic Philology, irreg., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1907. 75c. 
Zoology, irreg., il., vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1902. 
Camp and Trail. Columbus, O., w., fol., il., vol. 1, no. 1 

D. 4, 1909. 
Catholic Missions. 627 Lexington Av., New York, N. Y., 

bi-mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1907. $1.00. 
Caxton, The. Pittsfield, Mass., mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

O. 1909. 10c., $1.00. 
Cement Era. Monadnock Blk., Chicago, 111., mo., 4to, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1903. 10c., $1.00. 
Child Lore Magazine. 1427 Union St., Brooklyn, N. Y., 

mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1910. lOc, $1.00. 
Claycrafter, The. Dayton, O., bi-mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Mr. 1910. 50c. year. 
Club Woman, The. 25 W. 42d St., New York, N. Y., 

mo.. 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, [Ap.] 1910. 10c., $1.00. 

Colored People's Magazine, The. 278 Mitchell St., 

Atlanta, Ga., mo., 4to (changed to 8vo with no. 2), il., 

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Commercial Engineering. 115 Nassau St., New York, 

N. Y., mo., 24mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1910. 10c., $1.00. 

Confederate Home Messenger. 225 S. 5th St., Louisville, 

Ky., mo., vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1907. 10c. year. 
Construction. Toronto, Ont., mo., fol., il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

O. 15, 1907. 35 c, $3.00. 
Country Homes. London, mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Mr. 1908. 6d. no. 
Crescent, The. 174 E. 3d St., St. Paul, Minn., mo., 8vo, 

il.. vol. 1. no. 1. Mr. 1910. $1.50. 
Denver News Letter and Colorado Advertiser, The. Denver, 
Colo., w.. fol., il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 18, 1908. 10c. no. 
Successor to The Coloradoan. 
Direct Buyers' Journal. Birmingham, Ala., mo., 8vo, 

vol. 1. no. 1. Ap. 1910. $3.00. 
Dr. Blanchard's Now &> Here. Youngstown, O., mo., 

12mo, vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1910. lOc, $1.00. 
Educational Messenger. College View, Neb., semi-mo., 

8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1, 1905. 
Electric Magazine, The. Ljmn. Mass.. bi-w., 8vo, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 24, 1903. 
Elite Juveniles. 29 W. 23d St.. New York, N. Y., quar., 

fol., il., vol. 1, no. 1, Spring 1910. 25c., $1.00. 
Everglade Magazine, The. Majestic Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

mo.. 4to. il., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 19.10. lOc. $1.00. 
Fleet Review, The. Bond Bldg., Washington. D. C, 

mo.. 8vo. U.. vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1910. 15c., $1.50. 
Forensic Quarterly, The. Sewanee, Tenn., quar., 4to, 

vol. 1, no. 1. N 1909. 50c., $2.00. 
Foundry News. 50 Church St., New York, N. Y., mo., 

4to. il.. vol. 1. no. 1, My. 1910. 20c., $2.00. 
From Everywhere Magazine. Hamilton, N. Y., mo., 4to, 

vol. 1. no. 1, Jl. 1909. 50c. 
Ghosts. 3619 Thompson Av., Kansas City, Mo., bi-mo., 

8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1910. lOc, 60c. 
Golden West Magazine, The. Waterloo, la., mo., 8vo, 

U., vol. 1, no. I, Ap. 1909. 10c., $1.00. 
Go^tam Weekly Visitor. 52 Duane St., New York, N. Y., 

w.. 8vo. il., vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1, 1909. $3.00. 
Halifax Municipal Libraries. Readers' Guide. Hali- 
fax, Eng., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1909. 



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Hellenic Herald, The. London, mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 

N. 1906. 10s. 
Idea, The. Lynchburg, Va., mo., 24mo, vol. 1, no. 1, 



Jl. 1906. $1.00. 
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Tuminating Engineer. London, mo., 8vo, vol, 1, no. 1, 

Ja. 1908. 10s., Is. 6d. 
Indian Museum. Calcutta, India. 

Memoirs, irreg., 4to, U., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1907. 
Records, irreg., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1907. 
Institut international d Agriculture. Bulletin of Agricul- 
tural Statistics (in French and English). Rome, mo., 

fol., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1910. 
International Bibliographer, The. London, mo., 4to, 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1910. 6d., 6s. 
International Exchange Association Advertiser. Anniston, 

Ala., mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1910. 50c., $4.00. 
International Police Service Magazine, The. Madras, 

India, mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1907. 12 annas, 

Rs. 7-8. 
Investments. 253 Broadway, New York, N. Y., mo., 8vo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1910. lOc, $1.00. 
Jacobs' Orchestra Monthly. 167 Tremont St., Boston, 

Mass., mo., 8vo, il., no. 1, Ja. 1910. 10c.\ $1.00. 
Journal of Physiological Therapeutics, The. Philadelphia, 

Pa., quar., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1909. 50c. year. 
Karat, The. 30 Church St., New York, N. Y., 16 mo., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1910. 10c. no. 
Law of the Physical Triune. Kansas City, Mo., mo., 

8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1910. 25c., $2.50. 
Leather, Technical and Practical. London, mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1909. 
Liberty. Takoma Park, Washington, D. C, quar., 8vo, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1906. 25c. year. 
Literary Miscellany, The. 42 W. 39th St., New York, 

N. Y ,Jquar., 16 mo. vol. 1, no. 1, Spring 1908. 50c. 
Logan Adviser. Philadelphia, Pa., mo., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ap. 6, 1907. 
Long Island Agronomist. Huntington, L. I., fort., 8vo, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 31, 1907. Free. 
Master Painters' Journal. Charles Bldg., Denver, Colo., 

mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1910. $1.50. 
Mature Medicine. 2100 Prairie Av., Chicago, 111., quar., 

8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 15, 1910. Free. 
Men of Toronto. Toronto, Ont., mo., Svo, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Mr. 1910. 
Mendel Journal, The. London, Svo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

O. 1909. 
Midwestern, The. Good Blk., Des Moines, la., mo., Svo, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1907. lOc, $1.00. 
Mining Stock News. Duluth, Minn., w. (changed to mo.) 

4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, F. 13, 1908. 20c., $2.00. 
Motor Boating Magazine 138 Liberty St., New York, 

N. Y., mo., 4to, il, vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1907. lOc, $1.00. 
Moving Picture World, The. New York, N. Y., w., il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 9, 1907. 
Museum Gazette, The. London, mo., Svo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

My. 1906. 6d. 
National Monthly, The. London, mo., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

N. 1909. 6d. 
Neighbor, The. Caxton Bldg., Cleveland, O., mo., 16mo, 

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WOMAN SUFFRAGE 

A readiiig list of books and parts of books on Woman Suffrage, 
By Josephine O'Flynn, Instructor of Apprentices, Public Library, Detroit. 

PART I. 



BIOQRAPHY 

Anthony, Susan Brownell. 

Harper, Mrs. Ida (Husted). Life and work of Susan 
B. Anthony, including public addresses, her own letters 
and many of her contemporaries during fifty years; 



a story of the evolution of the status of woman. Indian- 
apolis, Bowen, 1898-99. 
Anthony, Susan Brownell. 

Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. [A.] (Rice), 
(see their Woman of the century. 1893. p. 30-31.) 

An account of her life with portrait. 



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Avery, Mrs. Rachel (Foster). 

Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. [A.] (Rice), 
(see their Woman of the century. 1893. p. 37-38.) 

Biographical sketch with portrait. 
Catt, Mrs. Carrie (Lane) Chapman. 

Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. [A.] (Rice), 
(see their Woman of the century. 1893. p. 162-163.) 

Biographical sketch with portrait. 
Dall, Mrs. Caroline Wells (Healey). 

Willard. F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. [A.] (Rice.) 
(see their Woman of the century. 1893. p 226.) 

Short account and portrait. 
Gage, Mrs. Matilda (Joslsm). 

Willard, F. E. & Livermore. Mrs. M. [A.] (Rice), 
(see their Woman of the century. 1893. p. 309-310.) 

Biographical sketch with portrait. 
Godwin, Mrs. Mary (Wollstonecraft). 

Rauschenbusch-Clough, Emma. Study of Mary 
Wollstonecraft and the rights of woman. Lond. Long- 
mans. 1898. 
Grimke, Angelina. 

Bimey, Catherine H. The Grimk6 sisters: Sarah and 
Angelina Grimk6. Bost., Lea. 1885 

'TThe first American women advocates of abolition and 
woman's rights." 
Grimke, Sarah. 

Bimey, Catherine H. The Grimk6 sisters: Sarah and 
Angelina Grimk€. Bost., Lea, 1885. 
Harper, Mrs. Ida (Hasted). 

Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. [A.] (Rice), 
(see their Woman of the century. 1893. p. 358.) 

Account of life with portrait. 
Howe, Mrs. Julia (Ward). 

Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. [A.[ (Rice), 
(see their Woman of the century. 1893. p. 396-397.) 

Sketch of life with portrait. 
Lockwood, Mrs. Belva Ann (Bennett). 

Bliss, W. D. P. & Binder, R. M. ed. (see their New 
encylopedia of social reform. 1908. p. 728 ) 

Tliis account gives her name as Mrs. Belva Ann (Bennett) 
McNall. 
Lockwood, Mrs. Belva Ann (Bennett). 

Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. [A.] (Rice), 
(see their Woman of the century. 1893. p. 468-470.) 

Biographical sketch with portrait. 
Mott, Mrs. Lucretia (Coffin). 

Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. [A.] (Rice), 
(see their Woman of the centvuy. 1893. p. 526.) 

Short account of life with portrait. 
Shaw, Mrs. Anna (Howard). 

Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. [A.] (Rice), 
(see their Woman of the centtu-y. 1893. p. 648-649.) 

Short biography and portrait of Mrs. Shaw. 
Stanton, Mrs. Elizabeth (Cady). 

Eighty years and more (1815-97); reminiscences. . . . 
N. Y., European pub. co. 1898. 
Stone, Lucinda (Hinsdale). 

Perry, Belle M. Lucinda Hinsdale Stone 

introd. by Ellen M. Henrotin. Detroit, Blum pub. co., 

1902. Portrait. 

Stone, Mrs. Lucinda (Hinsdale). 

Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. [A.] (Rice), 
(see their Woman of the century. 1893. p. 692-693.) 

Biographical sketch with portrait. 
Walker, Mary E. 

Willard, F. E. and Livermore, Mrs. M. [A.] (Rice.) 
(see their Woman of the century. 1893. p. 740.) 

Short biography with portrait. 
Wollstonecraft, Mary. 

See Godwin, Mrs. Mary (Wollstonecraft). 

HISTORY 

Bayles, George James. 

Woman and the law. N. Y., Century co. 1901. 

"A general view of the legal condition of the women of the 
United States in 1901." 
Bliss, Willam Dwight Porter, & Binder, R. M., ed. 

Woman's economic position in the United States. — 
Woman's movement. — Woman's sulTrage. (see their 
New encyclopedia of social reform. 1908. p. 1295-1303.) 
Bryce, James. 



Woman stiffrage. (in his American commonwealth. 

1895. V. 2, p. 549-562.) 

Chapman, A. Beatrice & Chapman, Mary W. 

Status of women under the English law. Lond., G. 
Routledge & sons, 1909. 
Cleveland, Arthur Backham. 

Woman under the English law. . . . Lond., Hurst & 
Blackett, 1896. 
Donaldson, James. 

Woman; her position and influence in ancient Greece 
and Rome, and among the early Christians. Lond., 
Longmans, 1907. 
Fawcett, Millicent Garrett. 

[England.] The woman suffrage movement, (see 
Stanton, Theodore, ed. Woman question in Europe. 
1884. p. 1-29.) 
Gronlund, Laurence. 

Woman in the co-operative commonwealth, (see his 
Co-operative commonwealth. 1890. p. 219-234.) 
Henrotin, Ellen M. 

Women; their education and enfranchisement in the 
United States, (see New American supplement . . . 
of the Encyclopedia Britannica. 1897. p. 3180-3182.) 
Howe, Mrs. Julia (Ward). 

Changes in the legal and political status of woman, 
(see Nott, C. C. & others. The 19th century. 1901. 
p. 179-190.) 
Hosrt, John W[esley.] 

Address . . . upon woman suffrage in Wyoming. 
[1882] 22 p. 

Pamphlet. 
Lecky, William Edward Hartpole. 

The position of women, (see his History of European 
morals. 1869. v. 2. p. 291-394.) 
Lecky, William Edward Hartpole. 

Woman questions, (see his Democracy and liberty. 

1896. V. 2, p. 504-559.) 
Mason, Otis Tufton. 

Woman's share in primative ctilture. N. Y., Appleton, 
1894. 
National woman suffrage association. 

Report of the international council of women assembled 
by the National woman suffrage association, Washington, 
D. C. March 25 to April 1, 1888. Wash., 1888. 
New international year book, 1907. 

Woman suffrage, p. 852-853. 

Epitome of the movement in all countries. 
New international year book, 1908. 

Woman suffrage, p. 769-770. lUus. 

Condensed history of the progress of the movement during 
the previous year. 
Parkhurst, Charles H. 

Women without the ballot, (see his Talks to young 
women. 1897. p. 47-58.) 
Parsons, Frank. 

Equal suffrage, (see his Story of New Zealand. 1904. 
p. [260]-278.) 
Robinson, Harriet H. 

Massachusetts in the woman suffrage movement. 
Bost., Roberts Bros., 1881. 
Scott, Frank J. 

Woman suffrage, (see his Evolution of suffrage. . . . 
[1883.] p. 25-29.) 
Stanton, Mrs. Elizabeth (Cady) & others. 

History of woman suffrage. . . . 1883-1900. Roch- 
ester, Anthony, 1887 [c 1881-1902]. 

"Perfect equality of rights for woman, civil, legal and 
political." 
Stanton, Theodore, ed. 

[France] Woman suffrage, (see his Woman question 
in Europe. 1884. p. 234-253.) 
Stopes, Charlotte Carmichael. 

British free women; their historical privilege. Lond., 
Swan, 1894. 

Gives women's former rights under the English constitu- 
tional law. 



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Sumner, Helen L. 

Equal suffrage; the results of an investigation in 
Colorado made by the Collegiate equal suffrage league 
of New York state. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1909. 

The appendix contains a number of tables giving local 
statistics. 
Tocqueville, Alexis [Charles Henri Clerel] de. 

How the Americans understand the equality of the 
sexes, (see his Democracy in America. 1898. v. 2, p. 
258-262.) 
Williams, Mrs. Talcott, ed. 

The story of a woman's municipal campaign, by 
the Civic club for school reform in the seventh ward 
of Philadelphia. Phil. 1895. 
World almanac. 

Woman suffrage, (see World almanac. 1909. p. 435.) 

Gives names of states in the United States and of countries 
giving full and partial suffrage to women, names of the 
officers of the International woman suffrage alliance, 
National American woman suffrage association, & also 
the New York state association opposed to woman suffrage. 

IN FAVOR OF WOMAN SUFFRAGE 

Addams, Jane. 

Utilization of women in city government, (see her 
Newer ideals of peace. 1907. p. 180-208.) 
Atkinson, Mabel. 

Women and the revival of interest in domestic politics, 
(see Villiers, Brougham, ed. The case for women's 
suffrage. 1907. p. 122-134.) 
Balcrarine, Florence. 

Women's suffrage movement in the nineteenth 
century, (see Villiers, Brougham, ed. The case for 
women's suffrage. 1907. p. 22-41.) 

Bebel, Augfust. 

Woman under socialism ; tr. from the original German 
of the 33d ed. by Daniel De Leon. N. Y. Labor news 
CO., 1904. 
Bowditch, William I. 

Woman suffrage a right not a privilege. Cambridge, 
(Mass.) Wilson, 1882. 

Bound with his Taxation of women in Massachusetts. 

Bumham, Carrie S. 

Woman suffrage . . . argument before . . . the Su- 
preme court of Pennsylvania. . . . 1873; with an 
appendix containing the opinion of George Sharswood 
and a complete history of the case; also a compilation 
of the laws of Pennsylvania touching the rights of 
women. Phil., Citizen's suffrage assoc. 1873. 
Channingr, William Henry. 

History of woman suffrage; review. 

"From the Inquirer, London, November 5th, 1881." 

Pamphlet. 
Cholmeley, Robert F. 

Tactics, (see Villiers, Brougham, ed. The case for 
women's suffrage. 1907. p. 154-163.) 
Claflin, Tennessee C, afterwards Lady Cook. 

Constitutional equality a right of woman. . . . N. Y., 
Woodhull, 1871. 
Curtis, Oeorge William. 

Equal rights for women. Bost., American suffrage 
assoc, 1889. (Woman suffrage leaflet, v. 2, no. 12.) 
Dall, Caroline Wells (Healey). 

The college, the market and the court; or, Woman's 
relation to education, labor & law. Bost., Lee, 1867. 
Davis, Paulina W., comp. 

History of the national woman's rights movement 
for twenty years, with the proceedings of the Decade 
meeting held at Apollo hall, October 20, 1870 (from 
1850-70), [and] with an appendix containing the 
history of the movement during the winter of 1871, in 
the national capitol. N. Y., Journeymen printers' 
co-operative assoc. 1871. 
Densmore, Emmet. 

Sex equality; a solution of the woman problem. 
N. Y., Funk, 1907. 
Despard, 0. 

Woman in the new era. (see Villiers, Brougham, ed. 
The case for women's suffrage. 1907. p. 190-199.) 



Dilke, Mrs. Ashton. 

Women's suffrage . . . with introd. by William 
Woodall. Lond., Swan, 1885. 
Emerson, Ralph Waldo. 

Woman. (In his Miscellanies. 1886. p. 335-356.) 
Fawcett, Millicent Garrett. 

A pioneer of the movement, (see Villiers, Brougham, 
ed. The case for women's siiffrage. 1907. p. 164-189.) 
Gage, Mrs. Matilda E. (Joslyn). 

Woman as an inventor. N. Y., Darling, 1870. (Woman 
suffrage tracts, no. 1.) 
Godwin, Mrs. Mary (Wollstonecraft). 

A vindication of the rights of woman; with strictures 
on political and moral subjects; with an introd. by 
Mrs. Henry Fawcett. New ed. N. Y., Scribner, 1890. 
Goldthwaite, Vere. 

Memoria of Mr. Vere Goldthwaite, a natural-bom 
citizen of the United States, and a resident of the city of 
Boston, in the commonwealth of Massachusetts. (in 
Senate doc. 630, 60th Congress, 2d session.) 

Pamphlet. 
Gore-Booth, Eva. 

Women's suffrage movement among trade unionists, 
(see Villiers, Brougham, ed. The case for women's 
suffrage. 1907. p. 50-65.) 
Hamilton, Gail, pseud, of M. A. Dodge. 

A new atmosphere. Bost., Ticknor, 1865. 
Hamilton, Gail, pseud, of M. A. Dodge. 

Woman's wrongs; a covmter-irritant. Bost., Ticknor, 
1868. 
Hardie, J. Keir. 

Women and politics, (see Villiers, Brougham. The 
case for women s suffrage. 1907. p. 78-83.) 
Harvey, George Brinton McClellan. 

The necessity of woman suffrage, (see his Women, 
etc. 1908. p. 94-97.) 
Hericourt, Mme. Jenny P. d'. 

A woman's philosophy of woman; or. Woman affran- 
chised; an answer to Michelet, Proudhon, Girardin, 
Legouv6, Comte & other modem innovators, tr. fr. 
the last Paris ed. N. Y., Carieton, 1864. 
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. 

Common sense about women. 4th ed. Lond., Sonnen- 
schein, 1891. 

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. 

Woman and her wishes; an essay. (Woman's rights 
tracts, no. 4.) 

Pamphlet. 
Hoar, George F[risbie]. 

Woman suffrage essential to the true republic; an 
address delivered ... at the annual meetmg of the 
Woman suffrage association; Boston, May 27, 1873. 
Bost., Woman's journal office, 1873. (Woman stiffrage 
tracts, no. 8.) 

Pamphlet. 
Hooker, John. 

The Bible and woman suffrage. (Tracts of Con- 
necticut woman suffrage.) 

Pamphlet. 
International Congress of Women, The. 

Women in politics. (In the International Congress of 
Women. 1900. v. 5. p. 1-152.) 
Jacobi, Mrs. Mary P[utnam]. 

"Common sense" applied to woman suffrage; a state- 
ment of the reasons which justify the demand to extend 
the suffrage to women, with consideration of the argu- 
ments against such enfranchisement, and with special 
reference to the issues presented to the New York state 
convention of 1894. N. Y., Putnam, 1894. (Questions 
of the day, no. 80.) 
Livermore, D. P. 

Woman suffrage defended by irrefutable argtmients 
and all objections to woman's enfranchisement carefully 
examined and completely answered. Bost., Lee, 1885. 
Livermore, Mary A[shton] (Rice). 

Woman in the state, (see Meyer, A. N., ed. Woman's 
work in America. 1891 p. 245-275.)] 



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Vol. 6 No. 4 



Lockwood, Mrs. Belva Ann (Bennett). 

Argument . . . before the committee of the House 
of delegates on laws and iudiciary, at Washington, 
JtUy 14, in support of the bills referred to them, looking 
to the granting of suffrage to women, and to equal pay 
in office. Universal franchise assoc. [18-]. 

Pamphlet. 
Lozier, Clarence S. & others. 

Arguments before the committee on privileges and 
elections of the United States Senate, in behalf of a 
sixteenth amendment to the constitution of the United 
States, prohibiting the several states from disfranchising 
United States citizens on account of sex, by C. S. Lozier, 
J. E. Smith, E. C. Stanton, E. B. Harbert, M. J. Gage, 
etc., delegates of the National woman suffrage associa- 
tion; and protest against woman suffrage to [the] same 
committee, by M. V. Dahlgren. Wash. 1878. 

McMillan, Margaret. 

Woman in the past and future, (see Villiers, Brovigham, 
ed. The case for women's suffrage. 1907. p. 106-211). 
Margaret Fuller society of Chicago, The first. 

Proceedings. Chic. Case, 1880-81. 
"Object — The education of woman in political economy 
and principles of government." 
Pamphlet. 

Martel, Nellie Alma. 

Women's votes in New Zealand, (see Villiers, Broug- 
ham, ed. The case for women's suffrage. 1907. p. 
140-153.) 
Mill, John Stuart. 

Subjection of women, (see his On liberty. 1885. 
p. 205-394.) 
Mill, Mrs. John Stuart. 

Enfranchisement of women; reprinted from the 
Westminster and foreign quarterly review, [18')0]. 
(Woman's rights tracts, no. 3.) 

Miller, Leo. 

Woman and the divine republic. Buffalo, Haas & 
Nauert, [c 1874]. 
Nash, Rosalind. 

Co-operator and citizen, (see Villiers, Brougham, ed. 
The case for women's suffrage. 1907. p. 66-77.) 

ITichols, Mrs. C. Z. H. 

The responsibilities of women; a speech at the 
Woman's n^hts convention, Worcester, October 15, 1851. 
(Woman's rights tracts, no. 5.) 

Pamphlet. 
Noell, Thomas E. 

Speech ... on woman suffrage and reconstruction 
of Massachusetts; delivered in the House of representa- 
tives, February 11 and 18, 1867. Wash., Congressional 
globe, 1867. 

Pamphlet. 
Ostrogorski, M. 

The rights of women; a comparative study in history 
and legi^ation. Lond., Swan, 1893. 
Palliser, Edith. 

International movement for women's suffrage, (see 
Villiers, Brougham, ed. The case for women's suffrage, 
p. 135-139.) 
Palmer, Thomas W[itherell]. 

Universal suffrage . . . speech in the Senate of the 
United States, Friday, February 6, 1885. Wash. 1885. 

Pamphlet. 
Pankhurst, Christabel. 

Legal disabilities of women, (see Villiers, Brougham, 
ed. The case for women's suffrage. 1907. p. 84-98.) 
Pankhurst, Emmeline. 

Present position of the women's suffrage movement* 
(see Villiers, Brougham, ed. The case for women's 
suffrage. 1907. p. 42-49.) 
Parker, Theodore. 

Public function for woman ; a sermon preached at the 
Music-hall, Boston, March 27, 1853. (Woman's rights 
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"That our daughters may be as comer stones." Psalm 
124: 12. 
Pellew, 'W[iUiam] George. 

Woman and the commonwealth; or, A question of 
expediency. Bost., Houghton, 1888. 



Perkins, Mrs. Sarah M. 

Objections considered; an address given at Washing- 
ton, D. C. before the seventeenth annual convention 
of the National woman suffrage association. 

Pamphlet. 

Phillips, Wendell. 

Freedom for women; speech ... at the convention 
held at Worcester. October 15 and 16, 1851. Rochester, 
Curtis, [18-] (Woman's rights tracts, no. 1.) 

Pamphlet. 

Phillips, Wendell. 

Speech, (see Proceedings of the National woman's 
rights convention. 1859. p. 9-20.) 
Reid, Mrs. Hugo. 

Woman; her education and influence . . . with a 

feneral introd. by Mrs. C. M. Kirkland . . . N Y., 
'owlers& Wells, [18-]. Portraits. 
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The right of women to exercise the elective franchise 
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"The argument was made in support of the Woodhull 
memorial, before the judiciary committee of the House 
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Pamphlet. 

Shore, L. C. 

The citizenship of women socially considered. Lond., 
Sayill, 1874. 

"Reprinted with a few alterations from the Westminster 
review of July, [18741." 

Pamphlet. 
Simms, Joseph. 

The past, present and future of woman. . . . San 
Francisco, Carrier dove print, 1889. 
Smedley, Constance. 

Civic rights of the married woman, (see Villiers, 
Brougham, ed. The case for women's suffrage. 1907. 
p. 99-105.) 
Stanton, Mrs. Elizabeth (Cady). 

Address in favor of tmiversal suffrage for the election 
of delegates to the Constitutional convention, before 
the judiciary committees of the Legislature of New York, 
in the Assembly chamber, January 23, 1867, in behalf 
of the American equal rights association. Alb., Weed, 
1867. 

Pamphlet. 
Stanton, Mrs. Elizabeth (Cady) & others. 

Memorial of E. C. Stanton, L B. Hooker, E. L. Bladen, 
Olympia Brown, S. B. Anthony and J. L. Griffing to 
the Congress of the United States, and the arguments 
thereon before the Judiciary committee of the U. S. 
Senate. . . . Wash., Chronicle pub. co., 1872. 
Tilton, Theodore. 

The constitution a title-deed to woman's franchise; 
a letter to Charles Sumner. N. Y., Golden age, 1871. 
(Golden age tracts, no. 2.) 

Pamphlet. 

U. S. — Congress — Senate — 60th Congress 2d sess. 
doc. 409. 

Hearing before the select committee on woman suf- 
frage of the United States Senate on the joint resolution 
(S. R. 47) proposing an amendment to the constitution 
of the United States providing that the right of citizens 
of the United States to vote shall not be denied or 
abridged by the United States or by any state on account 
of sex. Wash. 1908. 

Pamphlet. 
Villiers, Brougham, ed. 

Case for women's suffrage. Lond., Unwin, 1907. 
Washburn, Henry S[tevenson]. 

Woman suffrage the growth of civilization; an 
argument delivered May 14, 1874, in the Massachusetts 
Senate. [Bost., Woman's Journal office, 187-]. 

Pamphlet. 
Woodhull, Victoria C. 

A lecture on constitutional equality, delivered at 
Lincoln hall, Washington, D. C, Thursday, February 16, 
1871. N. Y., Journeymen printers' co-operative assoc., 
1871. 

Pamphlet. 
Zangwill, Israel. 

Talked out. (see Villiers, Brougham, ed. The case 
for women's suffrage. 1907. p. 210-220.) 



(To 6e continued) 



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Magazine Subject-Index. 



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QUARTERLY MAGAZINE SUBJECT-INDEX, APR.- JUNE, J9J0 

(•B«lnc * eontlnujitlon of tbe M>c«i>ne Sab]eet-Inde^ YoL 1, and atit»ii«i« for 1908 and 1909.) 
UST OF PERIODICALS INDEXED, ABBREVIATIONS USED. 



Af. Mo. African Monthly. Grahamstown. Susfi^cPd. 

Am. City. American City. N. Y. 

Am. Cath. Res. American Catholic Historical Researches. 

Phila. 
Am. Cath. His. S. Amer. Catholic Hist. Soc, Records. Phila. 
Am. For. American Forestry (formerly Conservation). 

Washington, D. C. 
Am. J. Int. L. American Journal of Interna'l Law. N. Y. 

.J.Int.L.Supp. American Journal of International Law, 



Mo. His. Col. 
Moody. 
N. Music R. 
N, J.His.S. 

N. Dak. M. 

O. Arch. Q. 

Old N. W. 

Ore. His. Q. 
Ox. & Camb. 
Pac. Mo. 
Pearson (N.Y.) 
Pa. M. 
Photo-M 
Pres. His. S. 

Print. Art 
Q. J. For. 
Quhem's Q. 
Recreation. 
SCH. Ed. 



Am 

Am. Pol. Sci. 
Americana. 
Ann. Ia. 
Appalachia. 
Arch.&B. M. 
Bk. News. 
Bkman (Lond.) 
Bricks. 
BuL. Am. Rep. 

BUL. B. 
Burl. M. 
Can. For. J, 
Connoisseur. 
Ed. Bi-Mo. 
Fla. His. S. 

For. Q. 

Geog.Soc.Phila. 
Gran. Mo. 
Gran. St. M. 
Hom. R. 
House & G. 

IND. M. 
III. His. J. 

lA.J. 

T. Am. His. 
T. His. 
Ky. Reg. 

Kind. M. 
Md. His. M. 
Mass. M. 
Mazama. 
Met. M. 
Mo. His. R. 

Explanatory. Inclusive pages of articles indexed are given, making possible an accurate estimate of length. The volume, 
month and year are also given. 

"il." means illustrated. "por.", "pors.", mean with portrait, or portraits. "Portrait" means portrait only, no article. 

If an article concerning a person is marked " il." it means that among the illustrations there is no portrait, while " por." or 
" pors." would show that the only illustrations were portraits. 

A colon after an initial designates the most usual given name, as i>er rule adopted by the A. L. A., and by both the Reader' t 
Guide and Library Index. 

Continued stories and fiction by notable writers have been included under name of author. 

QUARTERLY MAGAZINE SUBJECT-INDEX, APR.-JUNE 1910. 



Supplement. N. Y. 

American Political Science Review. Balto. 

Americana. N. Y. 

Annals of Iowa. Des Moines. 

Appalachia. Boston. 

Architects' and Builders' Magazine. N.Y. 

Book News Monthly. Phila. 

Bookman. London. 

Brickbuilder. Boston. 

Bulletin of the Bureau of American Repub- 
lics. Washington, D. C. 

Bulletin of Bibliography. Boston. 

Burlington Magazine. London and N. Y. 

Canadian Forestry Tournal, Toronto. 

Connoisseur. London and N. Y. 

Educational Bi-Monthly. Chicago. 

Florida Historical Society Publications, 
Quarterly. Jacksonville. 

Forestry Quarterly. Cambridge, Mass. 

Geographical Soc. of Philadelpnia.BuUetin. 

Granite Monthly. Concord, N. H. 

Granite State Magazine. Manchester, N.H. 

Homiletic Review. N. Y. 

House and Garden. N. Y. 

Indiana Quar. Mag. of Hist., Indianapolis. 

Illinois State Historical Society, Journal. 
Springfield, 111. 

Iowa Jour, of Hist, and Politics. Iowa City. 

Journal of American History. New York. 

Journal of History. Lamoni, la. 

Kentucky State Historical Society Regis- 
ter. Frankfort. 

Kindergarten Primary Magazine. N. Y. 

Maryland Historical Magazine. Baltimore. 

Massachusetts Magazine. Salem, Mass. 

Mazama. Portland, Ore. 

Metropolitan Magazine. N. Y. 

Missouri Historical Review. Columbia. W.Work (Lond.) World's Work. London 

Inclusive pages of articles indexed are given, making possible an accurate estimate of length 



Sci. Pro. 
Scot. His. R. 
Sierra. 
Soc. Am. For. 

S. C. His. M. 

Sub. L. 
Sunset 
Tech. W. 
Tex. His. Q. 

U. S. Cath. S. 

Univ. M. 
Van N. 
Va. M. 

Wash. His. Q. 
W. Arch. 
Windsor. 
Wis. Arch. 



Missouri Hist. Soc, Collections. St.Lonis* 

Moody's Magazine. N. Y. 

New Music Review. N. Y. 

New Jersey Historical Society Proceed- 
ings. Newark. 

North Dakota Magazine. Bismarck. 

Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quar. 

" Old Northwest " Genealogical Quarterly. 
Columbus. 

Oregon Hist. Society Quarterly. Portland. 

Oxford and Cambridge Review. London. 

Pacific Monthly. Portland, Ore. 

Pearson's Magazine. N. Y. 

Pennsylvania Magazine of History. Phila. 

Photo- Miniature. N. Y. 

Presbyterian Historical Society, Journal. 
Phila. 

Printing Art. Cambridge, Mass. 

Quarterly Journal of Forestry. London. 

Queen's Quarterly. Kingston, Ont. 

Recreation. N. Y. 

School and Home Education. Blooming- 
ton, 111. 

Science Progress. London. 

Scottish Historical Review. Glasgow. 

Sierra Club Bulletin. San Francisco. 

Society of American Foresters, Proceed- 
ings. Washington, D. C. 

South Carolina Historical and Genealogi- 
cal Magazine. Charleston. 

Suburban Life. N. Y. 

Sunset. San Francisco. 

Technical World. Chicago. 

Texas State Historical Association Quar- 
terly. Austin. 

U. S. Cath. Hist. Soc, Historical Records 
and Studies. N. Y. 

Universitv Magazine. Montreal. 

Van Noraen Magazine. N.Y. 

Virginia Magazine of History and Biogra- 

W?ny. Richmond, 
asnington Historical Quarterly. Seattle. 
Western Architect. Minneapolis. 
Windsor Magazine. London. 
Wisconsin Archaeologist. Milwaukee. 



Acheson, Edward Ooodrich. Inventor, por. Ameri- 
cana 5: 229-42, Mr.'lO. 
Acoustics. Hints on architectural acoustics. H. 

Tallant. Brickb. 19: 111-16, My.'lO. 
Act of state. Doctrine. H. T. Kingsbury. Am. J. Int. 

L. 4: 359-72, Ap.'lO. 
Actors and actresses. See The Dramatic Index. 
Advertising. Line drawing in British, Revival of. 

C: E. Dawson, il. Print. Art 15: 113-20, Ap.'lO. 
Aerial navigation. Latest successes in flight. C. L. 

Edholm. il. Tech. W. 13: 189-95, Ap.'lO. 
Africa, South. Natives imder South African Union. 

P. A. Silbum. Ox. & Camb. no. 9: 36-48, Lent '10. 
Agriculture. Agricultural high schools bills in U. S. 

60th Congress. Sch. Ed. 29: 283-8, My.'lO. 
— Organization of, in Illinois. 1870-80. S. J. Buck. 

III. His. J. 3: 10-23, Ap.'lO. 



Agriculture — (continued) . 

— United States Agricultural exhibit at Buenos Aires, 

1910. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 1005-6, Te.'lO. 
Alaska. Farming in. W. E. Clark, il. Simset 24: 
495-502, My '10. 

— Resources of . W.E.Clark. U. Tech. W. 13: 245-57, 

My.'lO. 

— Its resources and future. W. J. Price, il- Americana 

5: 333-42, Ap.'lO. 
Alexandra, Queen of Edward VII of England, 1844-. 

How the Queen of England travels. W: Thomas. 

il. Tech. W. 13: 419-20, Je.'lO. 
Algae, Green. Phylogeny and inter-relationships of. 

F. E. Fritsch. il. Sci. Pro. 4: 623-48, Ap.'lO, and 

following issues. 
Aliens. Convict aliens in U. S. A. B. Lewiston. il. 

Met. M. 32: 279-92, Je.'lO. 



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Bulletin of Bibliography. 



Vol. 6 No. i 



Alphonso Xm. King of Spain. Portrait. Print. Art 
15: 97, Ap.'lO. ^, ^ . ^ 

America. Discovery before 1362. Oldest native docu- 
ment in America. H. R. Holand. J. Am. His. 4: 
165-84, Ap.'lO. .XT 

American republics, International bureau ox. New 
btiilding at Washington, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 
704-48, My.' 10. 

Andorra. Sketch of. Met. M. 32: 28-9. Ap.'lO. 

Animals. National collection of heads and horns. E. 
IngersoU. il. Recreation 31: 168-70, 207, Ap.'lO. 

Apartment houses. New York. Hunt's Point and The 
Fairmont. U. plan. Arch. & B. M. 42: 329-33, 
My.'lO. 

— Pittsburg, Pa. Apartment house, il., plans. Brickb. 

19: My.'lO. 
Appalachian mountains. Forests, and the Moore report. 

F. Roth. U. Am. For. 16: 209-16, Ap.'lO. 
Apples. Uses of apples as food. F. G. Moorhead. il. 

Tech. W. 13: 312-6, My.'lO. 
Arbitration. United States and Haiti convention, 1909. 
Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 137-8, Ap.'lO. 

— United States and Paraguay convention, 1909. Am. 

J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 135-6, Ap.'lO. 

Archaology. Evans, A. J. Scripta Minoa. Vol. I. 
(review). Ox. & Camb. no. 9: 146-9, Lent '10. 

Arctic exploration. Arctic and Antarctic regions and 
the law of nations. T: W. Balch. Am. J. Int. L. 
4: 265-75, Ap.'lO. 

Arms and armor. The armoury of the late Mr. Morgan 
Williams of Apergwm. G. F. Laking. il. Con- 
noisseur 27: 31-7, My.'lO. 

Art and artists. Rembrandt drawings. Recent publica- 
tions of. C. Dodgson. il. Buri. M. 17: 94-9, My.'lO. 

Art collections. Chantrey collection of pictures. A. 
Chester, il. Windsor 32: 3-16, Je.' 10. 

— The drawings of the Turner bequest. C. F. Bell. 

Burl. M. 16: 338-41, Mr.'lO. 

— English enamels on brass of the seventeenth century. 

E. Dillon, il. Buri. M. 16: 261-7, F.'IO. 

— Indian bronzes. A. K. Coomaraswamy. il. Burl. 

M. 17: 86-94, My.'lO. 

— The Salting collection. Buri. M. 16: 249-50, F.'IO.— 

W. Roberts, il. Connoisseur 26: 203-14, Ap.'lO, 
and following issue. 

— United States. Private collections. Masterpieces in. 

G. C. Teall. il. Met. M. 32: 233-43, My.^10. 

Art gaUeries. Hartford, Conn. Colt-Morgan memorial. 

il. Arch. & B. M. 42: 249-56, Ap.'lO. 
Art museums. Boston, The new art museum. F. J. 

Mather, plan. Burl. M. 16: 293-6, F.'IO. — il. 

Arch. & B. M. 42: 315-22, My.'lO. 

— New York. Wing of decorative arts. Metropolitan 

museum of art. il. plan. Arch. & B. M. 42: 307-14, 

My.'lO. 
Ashland, Ore. Noted resort, and the home and fruit 

centre of the famous Rogue River Valley. G: S. 

Mills, il. Simset 24: 705-8, Je.'lO. 
Astronomy. Loclcyer, Sir N. Stonehenge and other 

British stone monuments astronomicauy considered 

(review). A. L. Lewis. Sci. Pro. 4: 695-7, Ap.'lO. 
Atchison, David Rice. History of. J: W. Townsend 

Ky. Reg. 8: My.'lO, 37-44. 
Automobile garages. Small garage and workshop. 

Jessie T. Beals. il. Sub. L. 10: 362, Je.'lO. 
Automobiles. Automobile industry and its enormous 

capitalization. R. Borough, il. Tech. W. 13- 

389-96, Je.'lO. 
Bach, John Sebastian. Life of, by C. H. H. Parry 

(review). N. Music R. 9: 253-4, Ap.'lO. 
Baltimore, Md. Recollections of. J: H. Naff Md 

His. M. 5: 104-23, Je.'lO. 
Balzac, Honore de. The Balzac museum in Paris. 

A. F. Sanborn, il. Bk. News 28: 673-6, My.'lO 
Bank buildings. Jacksonville, Fla. Atlantic national 

bank. il. Arch. & B. M. 42: 174-9, F.'IO. 

— San Francisco, Cal. Bank of California, il. W 

Arch. 15: Je.'lO. 

— San Francisco, Cal. First national bank. il. W 

Arch. 16: Je.'lO. 



Bank buildings. — (continued). 

— New York city. Union dime savings bank. il. Arch. 

& B. M. 42: 267-72, Ap.'lO. 

— Savannah, Ga. Citizens' and southern bank. il. 

Arch. & B. M. 42: 174-9, F.'IO. 

— Suburban bank. A. J: L. Brown, il. Sub. L. 10: 

278, My.'lO. 
Banks and banking. Central bank, advantages of. 
A. J. Frame. Moody 9: 271-5, Ap.'lO. 

— France, not the United States, the world's banker. 

W. H. Allen. Moody 9: 285-91, Ap.'lO. 

— Mexico, American banks and bankers in. E. H. 

Talbot. Moody 9: 246-8, Ap.'lO. 

— The small depositor. J. B. Stanton. Pearson (N. Y.) 

23: 810-12, Te.'lO. 

— United States National banking system. G: H. Wood. 

Gran. Mo. 42: 115-18. Ap.'lO. 
Barlow, Joel. July 4, 1809, oration of. Americana 5: 

51-63, My.UO 
Barry, John. Father of the American navy. Elizabeth 

Pollard. Americana 5: 395-401, Ap.'lO. 
Baseball. Why the National league beats the American. 

S. Crane, il. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 575-83, My.'lO. 
Basle, Switzerland. Visit to. H. W. Tompkins. Ox. & 

Camb. no. 9: 109-19, Lent '10. 
Bears. Hunting the grizzley. G: B. McClellan. il. 

Recreation 31: 176-8, Ap.'lO.— J. W. Warner, il. 

Recreation 31: 229-30, My.'lO. 
Beaupre, Canada. The country of St. Anne. Alice P. 

Eldridge. Americana 5: 243-9, Mr.'lO. 
Bedrooms. Good taste in arranging. L L. Howe. il. 

Sub. L. 10: 211-12, Ap.'lO. 
Bees and bee keeping. Hints about. Sarah T. Lyon. 

il. Sub. L 10: 214, Ap.'lO. 
Belgium. Nationality law, 1909. Am. J. Int. L. Supp 

4: 167-9, Ap.'lO. 
Bellini, Oentile. New originals and oriental copies of. 

F. R. Martin, il. Buri. M. 17: 5-6, Ap.'lO. 
Benson, Arthur Christopher, 1862.- Appreciation. 

por. il. Bk. News 28: 653-62, My.'lO. 
Bible. Fliat, J. R. The song of songs, which is Solo- 
mon's, (review). Ox. & Camb. no. 9: 166, Lent '10. 
Billboards. St. Louis, Decision in the billboard case. 

Am. City 2: 227-8, My.'lO. 
Birds. Migration. E. IngersoU. Recreation 31: 188-9, 

Ap.'lO. 

— Photographing, in northern California. W : L. Finley. 

il. Pac. Mo. 23: 631-41. Je.'lO. 

— Sea-birds. C: G. D. Roberts, il. Windsor 32: 68-74, 

Je.'lO. 
Bjomson, Bjomstjeme, 1832-1910. Author. por. 
Bkman (Lond.) 38: 105. Je.'lO. 

— Summer days with. E. K. Schanche. il. Bk. News 

28: 750-4, Je.'lO. 
Boards of Trade. Arlington, N. J., Board of Trade and 

what it stands for. W. C. Ingalls. Am. City 2: 

267-8, Je.'lO. 
Boats. Fishing boats. H: P. Jones, il. Recreation 31: 

238-43, My.'lO. 

— Vacation cruising. P. E. Eliott. il. Recreation 31: 

319-21, Je.'lO. 
Bombards and "black jacks." O. Baker, il. Con- 
noisseur 27: 111-20, Je.'lO. 
Bonds. Distribution of securities. F: Lownhaupt. 

Moody 9: 325-8, My.'lO. 
Book-plates. Simple book-plates for children's libraries. 

Grace J. Austm. Sch. Ed. 29: 347-8, Je.'lO. 
Boston, Mass. Summer street, early history of a famous 

street. H. Waterman. Americana 5: 343-8, Ap.'lO 
British Columbia. Tour through. H: M. Hyde. il. 

Tech. W. 13: 123-35, Ap.'lO. 
Buchanan, George. Discovery of lost portrait of. 

W: Carruthers. il. Scot. His. R. 7: 286-88, Ap.'lO. 
Buenos Aires, Brazil. The Paris of So. America. Horn. 

R. 59: 293-4, Ap.'lO. 
Buildings. Recent, il. plans. Arch. & B. M. 42: 273- 

88, Ap.'lO. 
Bungalows. Country bungalow for f4,000. Mary H. 

Northend. il. plan. Sub. L. 10: 269-70, My.'lO. 



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Bungalows (continued). 

— Los Angeles, Cal. Bungalow, il. plan. W. Arch. 

15: Je.'lO. 

— All types of bimgalows. R. Fisher, il. plans. House 

& G. 17:207-11, Je.'lO. 
California. Inyo County. G. Y. Parkhurst. il. Sunset 
24: 709-12. Je.'lO. 

— Lassen County and its reso\u"ces. G. Y. Parkhurst. 

il. Sunset 24:471-4, Ap.'lO. 
Camping. Adirondacks. B. H. Mills, il. Recreation 
31: 296-7, Je.'lO. 

— The family camp. L. D. Sherman, il. Recreation 

31:277-8, Je.'lO. 

— Near home camps for stay-at-homes. Bertha Scott. 

il. Recreation 31: 322-3, Je.'lO. 

— Running away from the totirist. E. F. Wolfe, il. 

Recreation 31: 291-3, Je.'lO. 

— Trips in an automobile. E: Cave. il. Recreation 31 : 

294-5, Je.'lO. 

— Women in the woods. Florence A. Tasker. il. 

Recreation 31: 225-8, My.'lO. 
Canada. Emigration from the U. S. to the Northwest. 

A. Stringer. U. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 791-9, adv. p. 

34, Je.'lO, 
Canning, George, 1770-1827. Bagot, J., ed. George 

Caiming and his friends (review). Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 

307-10, My.'lO. 
Canoes and canoeing. The Allagash canoe trip. R. I. 

Huntington, il. Recreation 31: 246-7, My.'lO. 

— Aurora to St. Louis by canoe. J: Deneau. il. Recrea- 

tion 31:325-8, Je.'lO. 

— Buffalo to Washmgton by canoe. C: E. Ryan. il. 

Recreation 31: 314-8, Je.'lO. 

— A flood-water cruise through a cypress swamp. 

G: I. Morris, il. Recreation 31: 162-7, Ap.'lO. 

— Lvnchburg to Richmond on the James. C: M. 

Mansfield, il. Recreation 31: 306-8, Je.'lO. 

— St. Francis river canoe trip. H. R. Hubbard, il. 

Recreation 31: 301-3, Je.'lO. 
Carondelet, John, archbishop. Portraits. W. H. J. 

Weale. Burl. M. 16: 341-2, Mr.'lO. 
Carthage, HI. Mormon recollections of. J: C. Grainger. 



T. His. 3: 213-27, Ap.'lO. 
tie rais " 



Cattle raising. In the Americas, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30 : 

588-602, Ap.'lO. 
Cattle ranches. San Carlos, Arizona, cattle ranches. 

D. Coolidge. il. Sunset 24: 518-27, My.'lO. 
Celery. Growing for everybodv. C. D. Jarvis. il. 

House & G. 17: 188-9, My.^'lO. 
Central America. Second Central American conference. 

Conventions adopted by. Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 

170-7. Ap.'lO. 
Chambersburg, Va. Biuning of. Elizabeth McClennan. 

Americana 5: 303-7, Mr.'lO. 
Chase, William M., Artist. Sketch of his life. J. N. 

Laur\-ik. il. Met. M. 32: 98-104, Ap.'lO. 
Chesterton, Gilbert Keith. Author. Sketch of. pors. 

H: Murray, il. Bkman (Lond.) 38: 63-9, My.'lO. 
Chicago. Police conditions in. C. Hovev. il. Met. M. 

32: 37-45, Ap.'lO. 

— Mimicipal charter re\'ision. H. E. Flack. Am. Pol. 

Sci. 4: 220-3, My.'lO. 
Children. Duty of parents to. O. Lodge. Hom. R. 
59: 443-5, Je.'lO. 

— Infant education. New method in. Jenny B. Merrill. 

Kind. M. 33: 297-8, Je.'lO. 
Children's literature. Narrative habit. The. Kind. M. 

33: 243-8, Ap.'lO. 
China. Japanese-Chinese agreements. Am. J. Int. L. 

Supp. 4: 130-3, Ap.'lO. 
—Nationality law, 1909. T. Chutung. Am. J. Int. L. 

4: 404-11, Ap.'lO.— Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 160-6, 

Ap.'lO. 
Christianity. Japanese interpretation of. W: E- 

Griffis. Hom. R. 59: 351-6, My.'lO. 
Church. Indiana, Christian church in. H. C. Trustv. 

Ind. M. 6: 17-32, Mr.'lO. 
Church architecture. Cincinnati, O. Grace M. E. 

Chiu-ch, Norwood, il. plan. W. Arch. 15: Je.'lO. 

— Kirkwood, Mo. Christian Science Chiuch. il. plan. 

W. Arch. 15: Ap.'lO. 

— Los Angeles, Cal. Second church of Christ, scientist 

il. Brickb. 19: Ap.'lO. 



Church architecture — (continued). 

— Philadelphia, Pa. Chapel of the Church of the Holy 

Apostles, il. plans. Brickb. 19: My.'lO. 

— St. Mary's, Kansas. St. Mary's Catholic Church, il. 

W. Arch. 15: My.'lO. 

— Suburban chiu-ch for $9,600. H. B. Upjohn, il. plan. 

Sub. L. 10- 201, Ap.'lO. 
Church decorations. New York city. St. Ignatitis 

Loyola, il. Arch. & B. M. 42: 193-6, F.'IO. 
Church organisation, and social service. J: H. Melish. 

Hom. R. 59: 440-3, Je.'lO. 
Churches. Jersey City. Second Dutch Reformed, il. 

Arch. & B. M. 42: 322-4, My.'lO. 

— New York city. Trinity Church. A. W. Ferrin. il. 

Moody 9: 342-9, My.'lO. 
Circus. Rehearsals at. C: B. Davis, il. Met. M. 32: 

333-43, Je.'lO. 
Cities, Planning and laying out. J: M. Carere. W. 

Arch. 15: 40-4, Ap.'lO. 

— Railroads — the framework of the city plan; the 

problem and its study. G: R. Wadsworth. W 
Arch. 15: 60-2, Je.'lO. 

— Reading, Pa. Plan for development, il. plans. 

Am. City 2: 250-3, Je.'lO. 
Clarke, James Freeman, 1810-88. Biographical sketch. 

por. J: T. Trowbridge. Gran. Mo. 42: 99-102, 

Ap.'lO. 
Classics. Stawell, F. M. Homer and the Iliad (review) 

Ox. & Camb. no. 9: 150-2, Lent '10. 
Clemens, Samuel Langhome (Mark Twain, pseud.)> 

1835-1910. Humor of. pors. B. Pain. il. Bkman 

(Lond.) 38: 107-19, Je.'lO. 

— The htmiorist. por. C. H. Gaines, il. Bk. News 

28: 583-8, Ap.'lO. 

— Personal impressions, por. H : M. Alden. il. Bk. 

News 28: 579-82, Ap.UO. 
Cleveland, Ohio. Street railway settlement. T. L. 

Sidlo. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 279-86, My.'lO. 
CUS-dweUings. Ruins at Mesa Verde, Colorado. B 

Millard, il. Tech. W. 13: 424-33, Je.'lO. 
Climate. Influence of forests on climate and floods 

G: F. Swain. U. Am. For. 16: 224^0, Ap.'lO. 
Clubhouse architecture. New York city. City athletic 

club. U. Arch. & B. M. 42: 180-4, F.'IO. 

— New York city. Press club. il. Arch. & B. M. 42: 

185-9, F.'IO. 

— Country and other types of clubhouses. R. Durand. 

U. plans. Brickb. 19:89-102, Ap.'lO. 

— Harvard Lampoon, Cambridge. Mass. il. plans. 

Brickb. 19: ilr.'lO. 
Coal. How to save coal. J. W. Havs. il. Tech. W. 

13: 146-52, Ap.'lO. 
Coke, Desmond. Author, por. Bkman (Lond.) 38: 

87-8, My.'lO. 
Collecting. The small collector. Mrs. F. N. Jackson. 

il. Connoisseur 26: 217-22, Ap.'lO. 
Colleges and universities. California University. 

golden jubilee. My. 1910. W. C. Jones, il. Stmset 

24: 538^2. My.'lO. 

— England. Cambridge University. Reform — or re- 

trogression? S. Gaselee. Ox. & Camb. no. 10: 
15-30, Mids.'lO. 

— England. The University of London and an Imperial 

Institute of Science. A. D. Waller. Sci. Pro. 4: 
677-91, Ap.'lO. 

— State universities, The spirit of. H : S. Pritchett. 

Sunset 24: 543-52, My.'lO. 
Colombia. Japan-Colombia treatj', 1908. Am. J. Int. 

L. Supp. 4: 139-43, Ap.'lO. 
Colorado Springs, Col. Municipal charter revision. H. 

E. Flack. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 223-6, My.'lO. 
Comets. Coming of Halley's Comet. W. W. Campbell. 

il. Sunset 24: 365-76, Ap.'lO. 

— What we know about them. T. J. J. See. il. Maps 

Pac. Mo. 23: 509-19, My.'lO. 
Commercial organizations. Responsibilities in civic 

work. R. B. Watrous. Am. City 2: 229-31, My.'lO. 
Concord, Mass. A visit to the "did Manse." N. B. 

Ripley, il. Bk. News 28: 593-5, Ap.'lO. 
Concord, N. H. Improvement, suggestions for. L. 

Underwood. U. Am. City 2: 214-18, My.'lO. 

— Fifty years ago. J: C. Thome. Gran. Mo. 42: 139-43, 

My.'lO. 



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Conservation. Woman's work for. Mrs. Lydia Adams- 
Williams. U. Am. For. 16: 342-8, Je.'lO. 

Cost of Hying. Facts about the food problem. A. L. 
Benson, il. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 461-70. Ap.'lO. 

— How food prices are made. A. L. Benson. Pearson 

(N. Y.) 23: 701-8, My.'lO. 

— How other countries reduce the cost. A. L. Benson. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 734-41, Je.'lO. 

— Ohio Farmer's solution of the problem. A. Flicker. 

il. Sunset 24: 677-81, Je.'lO. 
Costa Rica. Costa Rica-Panama botmdary dispute. 

Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 633-5, Ap.'lO. 
Cottages. Beach cottages. L. P. Jenkins, il. Sub. L. 

10: 272-3, My.'lO. 

— for woods or lakeside. Five plans. H. S. Rogers, il. 

Sub. L. 10: 270-1. My.'lO. 
Crete. Cretan question. T. P. Ion. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 

276-84, Ap.'lO. 
Cricket. Famous bowlers. P. F. Warner, il. Windsor 

32: 45-50. Je.'lO. 

— University. H. Gordon. Ox. & Camb. no. 10: 66-77, 

Mids.'lO. 
Cuba. America's bad faith towards. R. W. WooUey. il. 
Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 715-24. Je.'lO. 

— Citrus fruit culture, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 961-76. 

Je.'lO. 

— United States-Cuba treaty, 1904. Am. J. Int. L. 

Supp. 4: 177-80. Ap.'lO. 
Dahlias. New kinds worth knowing. M. Fuld. il. 

Sub. L. 10: 230-2, Ap.'lO. 
Oamrosch, Walter, 1862-. Musical director. pors. 

N. Music R. 9: 303-6, My.'lO. 
Dams. Roosevelt Dam. Phoenix, Arizona, Final work 

on. R. Bache and R. E. Jenney. il. Tech. W. 

13:385-8, Je.'lO. 
Del Mazo Martinez, Juan Bautista, 1610?-1687. 

Painter. Sketch of. S. Dick. il. Connoisseur 27: 

3-11, My.'lO. 
Denver, Col. Development of Denver. C. M. Robinson. 

il. plans. Am. City 2: 197-207, My.'lO. 
De Severac, Deodat, 1873-. French composer. Sketch. 

N. Music R. 9: 341-4, Je.'lO. 
Detroit, Mich. Grosse Pointe suburb, Legends of. 

Elizabeth L. Stocking. Americana 5: 356-60. 

Ap.'lO. 
Dickens, Charles. New edition of works with plates 

by Harry Fumiss. il. Bkman (Lond.) 38: 44-5, 

Ap.'lO. 
Diamonds. Arkansas diamonds. H. F. Kohr. il. 

Tech. W. 13: 288-92, My.'lO. 
Dia«, Porfirio. President of Mexico. Sketch, pors. 

H. Whitaker. Sunset 24: 481-94, My.'lO. 
Divorce. Indiana. Divorce in Marion coimty. W: S. 

Garber. Ind. M. 6: 1-16, Mr.'lO. 

— Lichtenberger, J. P. Divorce (review). G: E. Howard 

Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 302-5, My.'lO. 
Docks. Chelsea section improvement. New York. il. 

Arch. & B. M. 42: 165-73, F.'IO. 
Documents, Official. International exchange of. Am. 

J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 181-5, Ap.'lO. 
Dogs. Good kinds to buy. E:Cave. il. Recreation 31: 

182-3, Ap.'lO. 
Dolls of Cuemavaca — smallest in the world, il. Bui. 

Am. Rep. 30: 821-5, My.'lO. 
Domicile. Law of. Mather, et al. v. Cimningham, et al. 

Am. J. Int. L. 4: 446-63, Ap.'lO. 
Dominican BepubUc. Foreign commerce in 1909. il. 

Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 615-24, Ap.'lO. 
Drama. See The Dramatic Index. 
Drawing. Line drawing in British advertising. Revival 

of. C: E. Dawson, il. Print. Art 15: 113-20. 

Ap.'lO. 
Dresden. Theaterplatz, proposed transformation of. 

il. Am. City 2: 186-7, Ap.'lO. 
Drugs. Dangers of adulteration. I. Russell. Pearson 

(N. Y.) 23: 785-90, adv. p. 36, Je.'lO. 
Earthquakes. The New Madrid earthquake country, 

southern U. S. R. S. Spears. Americana 5: 326-32, 

Mr.; 10. 
Econoinics. Nathan, N. Economic heresies (review). 

Ox. & Camb. no. 9: 160-3, Lent '10. 
Education. First foreign school in America. Mrs. M. H. 

Smith. J. Am. His. 4: 299-302, Ap.'lO. 



Education — {continued) . 

— Grammar grades in a central building. H. B. Wilson. 

Sch. Ed. 29: 324-5, Je.'lO. 

— History of education. J: W. Cook. Sch. Ed. 29: 

330-3, Je.'lO. 

— New York's educative institution. Sch. Ed. 29: 326-9, 

Je.'lO. 

— A plea for the definite in education. W. C. Bagley. 

Sch. Ed. 29: 255-67, Ap.'lO. 

— Retardation in schools. G. W. Gayler. Sch. Ed. 29: 

310-3, My.'lO. 

— Short courses in the high school. J. K. Stableton. 

29: 334-6, Je.'lO. 

— Small school systems as affected by modem tendencies 

in education. H. A. HoUister. Sch. Ed. 29: 336-41, 

Je.'lO. 
Edwards, W. C. President Canadian forestry association. 

Portrait. Can. For. J. 6: 10, Ap.'lO. 
Elections, British. Review of elections in January 1910 

and after. H. G. Snowden. Ox. & Camb. no. 9: 

3-19, Lent '10. 
Electric railways. Colombia, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 

953-60. Je.'lO. 
Electricity. Inventions for furnishing cheap electricity 

to households. H: M. Hyde. il. Tech. W. 13: 

317-20. My.'lO. 

— Running_the home by electricity. C. Carton, il. 

Tech. W. 13: 447-53, Je.'lO. 
Eliot, Charles William. Portrait. Print. Art 15: 181, 

My.'lO. 
Elizabeth, Queen of England. Mumby, F. A. The 

girlhood of Queen Elizabeth (review). Ox. & Camb. 

no. 9: 156-8, Lent '10. 
EUzabeth, Queen of Portugal, 1271-1336. Sketch. 

H. Gordon. Ox. & Camb. no. 9: 68-85, Lent '10. 
Engine houses. Fire department buildings. H. W. 

Parker, il. plans. Brickb. 19: 117-27, My.'lO. 
England. Chance, J. F. George I and the Northern war 

(review). Theodora Keith. Scot. His. R. 7: 306-8, 

Ap.'lO. 

— History in portrait and picture. Harold II, William I 

and the >rorman conquest, il. Windsor 31 : 659-76, 
Ap.'lO. 

— Boulton, W: B. In the days of the Georges (review). 

Ox. & Camb. no. 9: 158-60, Lent '10. 
English language. Orammar. Adjective as a substitute 

for the noun. Mary R. Potter. Sch. Ed. 29: 271-4, 

Ap.'lO. 
Europe. Lemonon, E. L'Europe et la politique Britan- 

nique (review). G: F: Andrews. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 

287-9. My.'lO. 
Extradition. Bail in extradition cases. Am. J. Int. L. 

4: 422-30. Ap.'lO. 
Farming. For city men. H. W. Collingwood. Met. M. 

32: 301-8, Je.'lO. 
Fasting. Miss Clara De Serval, an apostle of hunger. 

A. Gradenwitz. il. Tech. W. 13: 302-3, My.hO. 
Fish culture. Bass, helped to build nests. R: E. 

Benton, il. Tech. W. 13: 435-40, Je.'lO. 
Fishing. Black bass, past and present. Dr. J. A. 

Henshall. il. Recreation 31: 274-5. Je.'lO. 

— Buying a bait-casting reel. E: Cave. il. Recreation 

31:255-60, My.'lO. 

— Care of the fishmg rod. W. L. Aylesworth. Recrea- 

tion 31: 250-1, My.'lO. 

— How to tie Angler's knots. J: H. Keene. il. Recre- 

ation 31: 203-4, Ap.'lO. 

— Mountain trout. Fly-fishing for. L. D. Sherman. 

il. Recreation 31: 155-9, Ap.'lO. 

— Trout. A skeptic on the Skykomish. E. G. Ernest. 

il. Recreation 31: 289-90, Je.'lO. 

Flags. Historic collection of American flags, il. J 
Am. His. 4: 157-63, Ap.'lO. 

Flicke, Qerlach. Tudor painter. Notes on. M. F. S. 
Heryey. il. Burl. M. 17: 71-9, My.'lO, and follow- 
ing issues. 

Flies. The house-fly as a crop-wrecker. R. E. Benton. 
U. Tech. W. 13: 327-31, My.'lO. 

— House-fly, dangerous to man. F. A. Chappell. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 848-50, adv. p. 38, Je.'lO. 
Floods. French Alps, Checking floods in. B. Moore, 
il. Am. For. 16: 199-206, Ap.'lO. 



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Floods — {continued) . 

— Influence of forests on climate and on floods. G: F. 

Swain, il. Am. For. 16: 224-40, Ap.'lO. 
Flowers. Blue blooms for the garden. Gladys H. 
Sinclair. Sub. L. 10: 308-9, Nly.'lO. 

— Part flowers play in garden and landscape. Grace 

Tabor, il. House & G. 17: 185-7. xiv, My.'lO. 
Food adulteration. Ethics of food. H. W. Wiley and 

others. Sci. Pro. 4: 529-50. Ap.'lO, and following 

issues. 
Forestry. Canada. Fredericton, N. B. Convention 

Canadian forestry association, 1910. il. Can. For. 

J. 6: 5-16, Ap.'lO. 

— Education, Curriculum in. F. Roth. For. Q. 8: 

17-25, Mr. '10. 

— France. Coppice-with-standards in north France. 

A. Smythies. il. Q. J. For. 4: 93-105, Ap.'lO. 

— Gtrmany, Forty-five American students in the 

forests of. H. R. Krinbill. il. Am. For. 16: 329-36, 
Je.'lO. 

— History of. Femow, B. E. A brief history of forestry 

(review). Q. J. For. 4: 149-56, Ap.'lO. 

— Home forestry in a woodlot. J. J. Levison. il. 

House & G. 17: 198, xv, xvi, My.'lO. 

— The ranger. R. E. Clark. For. Q. 8: 31-2, Mr.'lO. 

— Schools, Methods of instruction in. R. T. Fisher. 

For. Q. 8: 12-16, Mr.'lO. 

— Schools. The professional forest school. H. S. 

Graves. For. Q. 8: 1-11, Mr.'lO. 

— Schools, Public responsibility of. B. E. Femow. 

For. Q. 8: 26-30, Mr.'lO. 
Forests. American. Notes of a visit to Canada, and 
the Southern Appalachians. W. Somerville. Q. J. 
For. 4: 113-19. Ap.'lO. 

— Appalachian and the Moore report. F. Roth. il. 

Am. For. 16:209-16, Ap.'lO. 

— Appalachian forest bill. Weeks bill, reported. Am. 

For. 16: 246-7, Ap.'lO, and following issues. 

— Canada. Supt. of forestry and irrigation. Report, 

1908-09 (review). J. H. W. For. Q. 8: 75-7, Mr.'lO. 

— Conservation, A forward step in. W: L. Hall. il. 

Am. For. 16: 323-8, Je.'lO. 

— Conservation and taxation of. C: L. Pack. il. Am. 

For. 16: 291-2, My.'lO. 

— Factors in stream flow. L. C. Glenn, il. Am. For. 

16: 217-23, Ap.'lO. 

— India, Forest working plans in. B. Moore. For. Q. 

8: 41-57, Mr.'lO. 

— India. The Indian forest service. R. F. Nash. For. 

Q. 8: 33-40, Mr.'lO. 

— Influence on climate and on floods. G. F. Swain. 

U. Am. For. 16: 224-40, Ap.'lO. 

— Moore, W. L. The influence of forests on climate and 

on floods (review). B. E. F. For. Q. 8: 74-5, Mr.'lO. 

— New Jersey. Improving her forests. A. Gaskill. il. 

Am. For. 16: 274-9, My.'lO. 

— Observations on forests and water-flow. J. T. Roth- 

rock. Am. For. 16: 349-51, Je.'lO. 
Fort mountain, Epsom, N. H. View from. J. M. Moes. 

il. Gran. Mo. 42: 103-5, Ap.'lO. 
Fostei; John Watson, 1836-. Diplomatic memoirs 

(review). J. M. Callahan. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 293-5, 

My.'lO. 
Fourth dimension. Supposed experiments with. C: E. 

Craven, il. Tech. W. 13: 202-6, Ap.'lO. 
Fruit. Citrus fruit culture in Cuba. il. Bui. Am. Rep. 

30: 961-75, Je.'lO. 

— Small fruits for every garden. S. L. de Fabry, il. 

House & G. 17: 144-6, Ap.'lO. 
Fumiss, Harry. Illustrator, por. Bkman (Lond.) 38: 

5, Ap.'lO. 
Furniture. Congenial and tmcongenial furniture. 

Margaret Greenleaf. il. House & G. 17: 140-1, 

xix, Ap.'lO. 

— Furnishing the camp or summer home. Louise 

Shrimpton. il. House & G. 17: 230-1, xiv, Je.'lO. 

— Irish Chippendale, Educational aspect of. H. 

Cescinsky. il. Burl. M. 17: 109-19, My.'lO. 

— Willow and wicker furniture family. Katharine N. 

Birdsall. il. House & G. 17: 177-9, My.'lO. 

— Years of mahogany. H. Macfall. il. Connoisseur 

25: 149-57, N.'09, and following issue. 



Gardens. Flowers and shrubs for shady places. Ida D. 
Bennett, il. House & G. 17: 156-7, xxiii-xxiv, 
Ap.'lO. 

— Maidng a better flower garden. G. Teall. il. House & 

G. 17: 127-30, Ap.'lO. 

— Rock-gardens and how to make them. G. A. Woolson. 

il. House & G. 17: 194-5. xiv-xv, My.'lO. 

— for the temporary home. Ida D. Bennett, il. House 

& G. 17: 214-15, xvi-xviii. Je.'lO. 

— Twelve garden suggestions, il House & G. 17: 150-1, 

Ap.'lO. 

— A vicarage garden. Ox. & Camb. no. 10 : 104-20, 

Mids.'lO. 
Gas. Revolution in gas-making. H: J. Lord. il. 

Tech. W. 13: 444-6, Je.'lO. 
Glacier Park, Mont. America's next great playgroimd. 

il. W: T. Homaday. il. Recreation 31: 211-16, 

My.'lO. 
Gtod. Omnipotence of. Universalism logic criticised. 

W. G. Tousey. Hom. R. 59: 262-70, Ap.'lO. 
Gold. Depreciation of. F.S.Wood. Moody 9: 351-3, 

My.'lO. 

— Scramble for. New era in English banking. C. F. 

McElroy. Moody 9: 333-7, May. '10. 
GoU. How to lay out a small course. J. Rogers, il. 
Sub. L. 10: 216-17, Ap.'lO. 

— Ladies' costume for golf playing. J. Rogers, il. 

Sub. L. 10: 355, Je.'lO. 
Goodell, Charles L. 1854-. Portrait. Hom. R. 59: 

341, My.'lO. 
Goodrich, James, 1769-1858. First commerce vmder the 

American flag. por. W: Goodrich. J. Am. His. 

4: 273-80, Ap.'lO. 
Grant, Ulysses Simpson, 1822-85, and the condemned 

soldier. J. B. Smith, il. Pac. Mo. 23: 580-4, Je.'lO. 
Graves, Henry S. Chief forester, U. S. por. Can. For 

J. 6: 28, Ap.'lO. 
Great Britain. House of Lords, Reform of. The 

Unionist alternative. M. Temple. Ox. 8c Camb. 

no. 9: 20-35, Lent '10. 
Greek literature. Tyrrell, R. Y. Essays (review). 

Ox. & Camb. no. 9: 154-6, Lent '10. 
Grouse. Drumming of the ruffed grouse. H. E. Tuttle. 

il. Recreation 31: 233-4, My. 10. 
Haas, Lena R. Civil engineer, por. H. H. Dimn. 

Tech. W. 13: 336, My.'lO. 
"Hail Columbia," song. First publication of. C: H: 

Hart. U. Pa. M. 34: 162-5, Ap.'lO. 
Hair. Where false hair comes from. S. Heilig. il. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 533-7. Ap.'lO. 
Handel, George Frederick, 1685-1769. Life of. R. A. 

Streatfield (review). N. Music R. 9: 347-8, Je.'lO. 
Harbors. Dover Harbor, the new home for the British 

fleet. H. J. Shepstone. il. Tech. W. 13: 183-8. 

Ap.'lO. 
Hardy, Thomas. Appreciation of, at 70 years, por. il. 

Bkman (Lond.) 38: 122-3, Te.,' 10. 
Harriman, Edward Henry, 184i8-1909. His plans and 

transactions which his death defeated, pors. il. 

Met. M. 32: 141-54, My.'lO. 
Hawks, John, 1643-. Experiences of an old Indian 

fighter. W: O. Bates, il. J. Am. His. 4: 237-43, 

Ap.'lO. 
Heam, Lafcadio, 1850-1905, at Yaidzu. Y. Noguchi. 

il. Pac. Mo. 23: 363-70, Ap.'lO. 
Heating. Of our homes, successful. A. G. King. Arch. 

& B. M. 42: 190-2, F.'IO, and following issues. 
Hedges. Essentials of a good hedge. J. J. Levison. il. 

House & G. 17: 148-9, xvi-xviii. Ap.'lO. 
Herbert, John, of Chesterfield County, Va. Inventory 

of estate, 1760. Va. M. 18: 181-90, Ap.'lO. 
Hetch-Hetchy valley. A national question. J: Muir. 

il. Am. For. 16: 263-9, My.'lO. 
Hog, Capt. Peter, 1703-82. Sketch. Delia A. McCul- 

loch. Americana 5: 288-91, Mr.'lO. 
Hogarth, William, 1697-1764. Artist. Pictvire attri- 
buted to. H. S. Bennett, il. Connoisseur 26: 

251-4, Ap.'lO. 
Horseback riding. Vacation trips on horseback. Q. 

Scott, il. Recreation 31: 298-300, Je.'lO. 
Horses. Stumbling, How to prevent. N. N. Davis. 

Sub. L. 10: 187-8, Ap.'lO. 



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Hotels. New York city. Aster addition, il. Arch. & 
B. M. 42: 197-206, F. '10. 

— Pittsburg, Pa. Fort Pitt hotel, il. Arch. & B. M. 

42: 291-4, My.'ltt 

— Pittsburg, Pa. Fort Pitt hotel, Norse room. il. 

Brickb. 19: 104-5, Ap.'lO. 

— San Francisco, Palace Hotel, il. Arch. & B. M. 42: 

294-8, My. '10. —J. K. Steele, il. Sunset 24: 475-8, 
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— Seattle, Wash. New Washington Hotel, il. Arch. & 

B. M. 42: 298-300, My.' 10. 
Houses. Italian adaptations for American homes. L: 
Boynton. il. House & G. 17: 169-72, My.'lO. 

— Portable. S. W. Jones, il. Recreation 31: 235, 

262, My.'lO. 
Houses, Apartment. Kansas City, Mo. Wiltshire 
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— New York city. Britannia, Cathedral Parkway. 

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— St. Louis, Mo. Four family apartment building. 

il. plan. W. Arch. 15: Ap.'^lO. 
Houses, brick. Some English brickbuilders ; the work 

of F. W. Troup. R. R. Phillips, il. Brickb. 19: 

75-9, Mr.' 10. 
Houses, country. Albany, N. Y. Summer home of 

Mr. William Barnes, Jr. il. plans. House & G. 17: 

234-5, Je.'lO. 

— East Burke, Vt. Burklyn Hall. il. Arch. & B. M. 

42: 257-66, Ap.'lO. 

— Experiences in building summer homes, il. plans. 

House & G. 17: 221-4 Je.'lO. 

— Farmhouse reclaimed. A. M. Githens. il. House & 

G. 17: 216-18. xviii, Je.'lO. 

— German town, Pa., "Lyndanwalt." O. C. Hering. il. 

House & G. 17: 190-3, My.'lO. 

— House with courtyard, il. plan. E: I. Farrington. 

il. Sub. L. 10: 199-200, Ap.'lO. 

— Long Island home and its garden. J. Stuyvesant. il. 

House & G. 17: 134-6, Ap.'lO. 

— Remodeled farm house near New York. il. House & 

G. 17: 159. Ap.'lO. 
Houses, Historic. Greenland, N. H. Weeks house, 
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— Milton, Mass. Gov. Hutchinson's House. R. A. 

Douglas-Lithgow. il. Mass. M. 3: 121-4, Ap.'lO. 

— North Andover. The Capt. Timothy Johnson 

homestead. G: W. Pierce, il. Mass. M. 3: 

94-8, Ap.'lO. 
Hugo, Victor. The Hugo museum in Paris. N. B. 

Carson, il. Bk. News 28: 676-81, My 10. 
Hypnotism. Experiment in. G. F. Laidlaw. il. 

Met. M. 32: 91-7, Ap.'lO. 
India. Grand tnmk road from Calcutta to Peshawar. 

Flora A. Steel, il. Windsor 31: 607-13, Ap.'lO. 

— Indian industrial problem. A. Chatterton. Sci. Pro- 

4: 551-69, Ap.'lO, and following issues. 
Indians, American. Black Hawk War, Diary of the. 
la. J. 8: 265-9, Ap.'lO. 

— History, David Zeiberger's history of the northern 

American Indians. O. Arch. Q. 19: 1-189. Ta.- 
Ap.'lO. 

— an Indian payment and council of Chippewas. C. 

McElroy. Americana 5: 298-302. Mr. '10. 

— Kansas City. Kan. Lawsuit over Huron cemetary. 

I. T. Martin, il. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 663-7, My.'lO. 

— Making good Indians. R. G. Valentine, il. Stm- 

set 24: 599-611. Je.'lO. 

— Northwest, U. S. Camp life. Lotta A. Meacham. 

Americana 5: 508-12. My.'lO. 

Industries. International protection of industrial prop- 
erty, Convention for. Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 143- 
60. Ap.'lO. 

Inquisition. Lea, H: C:, History of Inquisition in 
Spain (review). G: Neilson. Scot. His. R. 7: 296- 
300, Ap.'lO. 

Insurance. Relation of substantial construction to in- 
surance. W. Arch. 15: 53-4, My.'lO. 

International law. Public documents relating to. P. De 
Witt Phair. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 201-3, Ja.'lO, and 
following issues. 

— Sovereigns as defendants. N. Wolf man. Am. J. Int. L. 

4: 373-83, Ap.'lO. 



Investments. The small stockholder. J. B. Stanton. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 514-6. Ap.'lO. 
Iowa. History. Constitutioanl amendments. Proposed, 

1857-1909. J. Van der Zee. la. J. 8: 171-210, 

Ap.'lO. 

— History. Controversy between Secretary Conway 

and Governor Lucas. la. J. 8: 229-64, Ap.'lO 
Ireland. Irish parliament in seventeenth century. Mrs. 

J. R. Green. Scot. His. R. 7: 232-43, Ap.'lO. 
Irrigation. Canada. Development of irrigation. J. S. 

Denis, il. Can. For. J. 6: 32-5, Ap.'lO. 

— United States. Burley, Idaho, the distributing centre 

for a thriving irrigation community. J. S. Mills, 
il. Svmset 24: 707-8, Je.'lO. 

— United States. Irrigation as an asset in southern 

Idaho. J. S. Mills, il. Sunset 24: 713-16, Je.'lO. 
Jackson, Helen Fiske Hunt, 1831-85. Restoration of 

Ramona's marriage place. D. E. Kessler. il. Pac. 

Mo. 23: 585-9, Je.'lO. 
Japan. Chinese-Japanese agreements. Am. J. Int. L. 

Supp. 4: 130-3, Ap.'lO. 

— Colombia-Japan treaty, 1908. Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 

139-43, Ap.'lO. 
Journalism. Moral power of the press. S. S. Wise Pac. 

Mo. 23: 437-40. Ap.'lO. 
July, Fourth of. Celebration of, 1809. Cora B. Foster. 

Americana 5: 451-63, My.'lO. 

— Sane Fourth campaign and its results. E. A. Moree. 

il. Am. City 2: 163-70, Ap.'lO. 

— Sane Fourth in Washington. D. C. H. B. F. Mac- 

farland. Am. City 2: 212-13. My.'lO. 
Kentucky. Franklin county, history of. L. F. John- 
son, il. Ky. Reg. 8: Ja.'lO, 45-61. and following 
issues. 

— History of Jackson Purchase. Ky Reg. 8: My.'lO. 

91—5 

— Song birds of. C. W. Beckham. Ky. Reg. 8: My.'lO. 

29-35. 
Kindergarten. International kindergarten union. 17th 
annual convention. St. Louis. 1910. Training 
teachers' sessions (program). Kind. M. 33: 274. 
My.'lO. — Announcement (program). Kind. M. 
33: 261-2. Ap.'lO. 

— Process of Americanization in the. F. Manny. Kind 

M. 33: 300-1, 323-5, Je.'lO. 

— Story work in N. Y. city kindergartens. Kind. M. 33: 

242-3, Ap.'lO. 

— Use of materials in. Julia W. Abbot. Kind. M. 33: 

274-9, My.'lO. 
King, Edward. Bishop of Lincoln. W. Lock. Ox. & 

Camb. no. 10: 5-14, Mids. '10. 
Kosciuszko, Gen. Thaddeus, 1756-1817. Revolutionary 

feneral. pors. M. I. J. Griffin, il. Am. Cath. His. 
Les. n. s. 6: 129-216, Ap.'lO. 
Kroegel, Fritz, composer. Sketch. E. Newman. N. 

Music R. 9: 242-4, Ap.'lO. 
Labor laws. Review of labor legislation in the United 

States for 1909. I. Osgood. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 163- 

79, My.'lO. 
Land. Speculation in. C: F. Speare. Moody 9: 339-41, 

My.'lO. 
Languages. Effect of the Russian revolution upon the 

language of the country. H. Williams. Ox. & 

Camb. no. 9: 49-67, Lent UO. 
Latin America. Fourth international conference of the 

American states, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 577-87, 

Ap.'lO. 

— Fourth Pan-American Sanitary Conference of the 

American republics, San Jose. Costa Rica. il. Bui. 
Am. Rep. 30: 603-14. Ap.'lO. 

— Project of a history of Spanish-American literature. 

C. W. Currier, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 782-93, 

My.'lO. 
Laundry buildings. Brooklyn, N. Y. At Kingston 

Avenue hospital, il. plan. Arch. & B. M. 42: 301- 

3. My.'lO. 
Lawns. Lawn problem solved. L. J. Doogue. il. House 

& G. 17: 154-5, Ap.'lO. 
Leopold n., Eling of Belgium. King Leopold and 

Baronne de Vaughn. S. Heilig. iJ. Pearson (N. 

Y.) 23: 621-7, My.'lO. 
Lettering. Inscriptions. A. E. R. Gill. il. Burl. M. 16: 

318-28, Mr. '10. 



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Lewis, Oen. Andrew, 1716-81. Revolutionary patriot. 

L. McClung. Americana 5: 448-50, My. '10. 
Libraries, Private. Inventory of library of J : Herbert, 

Virginia. 1760. Va. M. 18: 181-90, Ap.'^lO. 
Library architecture. Raymond, N. H. Dudley-Tucker 

library, il. Gran. Mo. 42: 137, My.'lO. 

— New York city. Seward Park branch of the New 

York Public Library, il. plan. Arch. & B. M. 42: 
221-3, Mr.'lO. 

Library reference lists. Index to, 1909. Bui. B. 6: 
74-7, Ap.'lO. 

Light. A new light, the most perfect imitation of day- 
light. M. ^f. Hunting, if. Tech. W. 13: 332-3, 
Ivfy.'lO. 

Lighting the country home. T. E. Whittlesey, il. 
House & G. 17: 173, xxvi, xxviii, xxx, My'.lO. 

— New methods of street lighting in cities. E. L. 

Elliott, il. Am. City 2: 254-8, Te.' 10. 
Lilacs. The history of the lilac. N. H. Moore, il. Sub. 

L. 10: 285, My.'lO. 
Lincoln, Abraham. His defence of Duff Armstrong. 

J. N. Gridley. 111. His. J. 3: 24-45, Ap.'lO. 
Literature. Teaching literature for power. Ruth E. 

Moore. Sch. Ed. 29: 301-9, My.'lO. 
Liverpool, England. Emblems of the city of. L. Wil- 

loughby. il. Connoisseur 27: 79-91, Je.'lO, and 

following issue. 
Lodge buildings. Brooklyn, N. Y. Kismet temple, il. 

Arch. & B. M. 42: 325-7, My.'lO. 
London, Jack. Amateur navigator (story), il. Pac. Mo. 

23: 493-508, My.'lO. 
London. Wheatley, H. B. Hogarth's London (review). 

Ox. & Camb. no. 9: 163-5, Lent '10. 
Long Island, N. Y. Brick-house creek legend. J. A. 

Tefft. Americana 5: 495-507, My.'lO. 
Loomis family. American foimdations in Great Britain. 

C: A. Hoppin, Jr., and E. S. Loomis. il. J. Am. His. 

4: 283-98, Ap.'^lO. 
Los Angeles, Cal. Plan for beautifying and improving. 

J. W. Mitchell, il. plans. Am. City 2: 149-57, 

Ap.'lO. 
Lucas, Robert, 1781-1853. Controversy between Secre- 
tary Conway and Governor Lucas. la. J. 8: 229- 

64, Ap.'lO. 

McKim, dharles Follen, 1847-1909. Some of his more 

important work. por. il. plans. Brickb. 19: 23-65, 

F.'IO. 
Maillol, French sculptor. Sculptures of. R. Fry. il. 

Buri. M. 17: 26-32, Ap.'lO. 
Maori natives in New Zealand. A. Hamilton, il. Geog. 

Soc. Phila. 8: 56-66, Ap.'lO. 
Maps. International map of the world, il. Bui. Am. 

Rep. 30: 992-8, Je.'lO. 

— Models in relief, by the Univ. of Wis. L. Martin, il. 

Geog. Soc. Phila. 8: 67-71, Ap.'lO. 
Maritime law. International conference on, Official 

documents of the third. Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 

11.5-30, Ap.'lO. 
Mars. Problem of. F. L. McKenney. Pac. Mo. 23: 402-4, 

Ap.'lO. 
Maryland. Adventures in Maryland and Virginia in 

1663: Official report of Col. Edmond Scarwjrough. 

T. B. Robertson. J. Am. His. 4: 303-8, Ap.'lO. 
Matanzas. Sketch of. il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 806-14, 

My.'lO. 
Meat, as a food. E. T. Brewster. Met. M. 32: 69-72, 

Ap.'lO. 
Metaphysics. Study of. An advantage to ministers. J. H. 

Snowden. Hom. R. 59: 432-5, Je.'lO 
Meteors. Canon Diablo meteor. W. C. Barnes, il. Pac. 

Mo. 23: 347-56, Ap.'lO. 
Mexico. Centennial celebration, 1810-1910. il. Bui. 

Am. Rep. 30: 976-91, Je.'lO. 

— Commercial progress of. F. L. de la Barra. il. Bui. 

Am. Rep. 30: 569-76, Ap.'lO. 

— and the Yaquis. R. H. Murray, il. Sunset 24: 

619-28. Je.'lO. 
Mines and mining. How the world's great mines were 

found. J: L. Cowan, il. Pac. Mo. 23: 383-98, 

Ap.'lO. 
Military service. Compulsory. Ox. & Camb. no. 10: 51- 

65, Mids. '10. 



Milk. Treated with carbonic acid gas. C : F : Carter, il. 

Tech. W. 13: 321-7, My.'lO. 
Milwaukee, Wis. What the Socialists will do in the city. 



E. Seidel. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 844-5, Je.'lO 
tVhy the Socialists won the election. V, 
Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 841-4, Je.'lO 



L. Berger. 



Ministers of gospel. The "educated" minister. E: H. 
Eppens. Hom. R. 59: 270-8, Ap.'lO. 

— makmg of a covmtry minister. C: S: Tator. Hom. R. 

59: 371-4, My.'lO. 

— Ministry as a fraternity. J : W. Buckham. Hom. R. 

59: 278-9, Ap.'lO. 
Miscegenation. A plain explanation of the greatest 

social evil. W. L. Howard. Pearson (N. Y.) 23 

640-7, My.'lO. 
Missions and missionaries. Business vs. Christianity. 

R. Barry, il. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 471-80, Ap.'lO. 

— Missionary inefficiency. H. P. Beach. Hom. R. 59: 

356-61, My.'lO. 

— Protestant missions in near East. S: M. Zwemer. 

Hom. R. 59: 361-2, My.'lO. 
Mississippi River. New business methods that should 

be applied to the river traffic. J: L. Mathews, il. 

Tech. W. 13: 136-45, Ap.'lO. 
Missouri. County press. History of. Minnie Organ. Mo. 

His. R. 4: 111-33, ja.'lO, and following issue. 

— State official publications. Bibliography. F. A. Samp- 

son. Mo. His. R. 4: 182-201, Ap.^10. 
Moffat, David H., 1839-. Railroad magnate, por. Lelia 

M. Tinsley. il. Americana 5: 435-47, My. 10. 
Mormons. Nauvoo, 111., house. H. C. Smith, il. J. His. 

3: 164-71, Ap.'lO. 

— Nauvoo, 111., temple. H. C. Smith, il. J. His. 3: 149- 

63, Ap.'lO. 
Morse, Samuel P. B. Inventor of the telegraph system. 

Diary. 1848. por. T.A.Martin, il. Met. M. 32: 23- 

7, Ap.'lO. 
Mortgage loans. Laws of Texas relating to. Moody 9: 

367-9, My.'lO. 
Moths. Doom of the gipsy moth. W: T. Prosser. il. 

Tech. W. 13: 196-201, Ap.'lO. 
Motor boats. Home-made. A. B. Burton, il. Recrea- 
tion 31: 253-4, My.'lO. 
Mounds and mound builders. Indiana. Ancient mounds 

and enclosures. B. Tichenor. Ind. M. 6: 33—42, 

Mr.'lO. 
Mt. Whitney, Cal. Observatory. A. McAdie. il. Sierra 

7: 141-8, Ja.'lO. 
Municipal accounting. Methods of municipal accounting. 

E. B. Mero. Am. City 2: 277-81, Je.ho. 

— Mimicipal finances. Movement for standardizing sta- 

tistics. C. F. Gettemy. Am. City 2: 275-6, Je. 10. 

Mimicipal finances. Contractual responsibility, obliga- 
tion and liquidation. W. M. Williams. Am. City 2: 
171-3, Ap.'^lO. 

Municipal government. Ciurent mimicipal affairs. W : B. 
Munro. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 111-19, F.'09, and following 
issues. 

— Los Angeles, good government fvmd and its uses. Am. 

City 2: 161-2, Ap.'lO. 
Municipal improvement. City beautification, limits of 

F. L. Olmstead. Am. City 2: 209-12, My.'lO. 

— Concord, N. H.; suggestions for improvement. L 

Underwood, il. Am. City 2: 214-8, My.'lO. 

— Denver, development of. C. M. Robinson, il. plans 

Am. City 2: 197-207, My.'lO. 

— Los Angeles, Cal., plans for improvement. J. W. Mit- 

chell, il. plans. Am. City 2: 149-57, Ap.'^lO. 

— Oklahoma, civic development in. H. E. Weed. Am. 

City 2: 158-60, Ap.'lO. 

— Reading, Pa., awakening of civic interest. H. R. 

Green, il. plans. Am. City 2: 245-9, Je.'lO. 

— Responsibilities of commercial organizations in civic 

work. R. B. Watrous. Am. City 2: 229-31, My.'lO 

— Texas, civic development in. Am. City 2: 158-6ft 

Ap.'lO. 
Museums. National collection of heads and horns. E. 

Ingersoll. il. Recreation 31 : 168-70, 207. Ap.'ltt 
Mushrooms. Edible and inedible. L. W. Brownell. il 

Recreation 31: 236-7, My.'lO. 
Music. Eastern music a yellow peril? F: S. Law. N^ 

Music R. 9: 292-4, My.'lO. 



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Music — (continued). 

— How to think music. Harriet A. Sejmiour. N. Music 

R. 9: 355-61, Je.'lO, and following issues. 

— Kneisel quartet, 25th aimiversary. il. N. Music R. 9: 

307-8, My.' 10. 

— Modem criticism and musical heretics. S. Dalton. 

N. Music R. 9: 289-91, My. '01. 
Myths. Pindar, the myth-maker. W. M. L. Hutchinson. 

Ox. & Camb. no. 10: 78-94, Mids. '10. 
Natatorituns. Brooklyn, N. Y. Public bath. il. plans. 

Brickb. 19: Mr.' 10. 
Naturalization. Convention between the United States 

and Peru. Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 134-5, Ap.'lO. 
Nauvoo, 111. The Icarian commtmity of. Inez Smith, il. 

J. His. 3: 228-35, Ap.'lO. 

— Recollections of, before civil war. J. Smith, il. J. His. 

3: 132-48, Ap.'lO, and following issue. 
Negroes in the United States. Historic attempts to solve 
race problem in America by deportation. W. H. 
Fleming. J. Am. His. 4: 197-213, Ap.'lO. 

— Why miscegenation flourishes in the north. A. R. 

Hale. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 543-51, Ap.'lO. 

New Mexico. Las Cruces. P. E. McClenahan. il. Ameri- 
cana 5: 292-7, Mr.' 10. 

New Orleans, La. Lagniappe in New Orleans. C. Mac- 
Leod. Sunset 24: 395-8, Ap.'lO. 

Newspapers. Newspaper methods yesterday and today. 
G. F. Spinney. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 599-611, My.'lO. 

New York city. Latin quarter of. W. P. Eaton, il. Met. 
M. 32: 163-9, My.ho. 

— The police question. C. Hovey. il. Met. M. 32: 193- 

210, My.'lO. 

— Regiilation of architecture. C : W. Hastings, il. plan. 

Arch. & B. M. 42: 234-48, Mr.' 10. 
New York state. Alien convicts in. A. B. Lewiston. il. 

Met. M. 32: 279-92, Te.'lO. 
New Zealand. Scenery of. P. G. Morgan, il. Geog. Soc. 

Phila. 8: 41-55, Ap.'lO. 
Obaldia, Jose Domingo, 1845-1910. President of Panama. 

Notice of death, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 564-8, Ap.'lO. 
Oberammergau passion play. How it has been preserved. 

M. J. Moses, il. Met. M. 32: 373-82, Je.'lO. 

— The pledge of. M. J. Moses, il. Bk. News 28: 743-9, 

Je.'lO. 
Office buildings. Portland, Ore. Wells, Fargo & Co. il. 

plan. W. Arch. 15: Ap.'lO. 
Oklahoma. Civic development in Oklahoma and Texas. 

Am. City 158-60, Ap.'lO. 
Oppenheim, E. Phillips. Adventures of Mr. Peter Ruff 

(story), il. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 524-32, Ap.'lO, and 

following issues. 
Oregon. Beginnings of . A. Dosch. il. Simset 24: 641-5, 

Je.'lO. 

— Concerning Cottage Grove, of the Williamette Valley. 

F:G. Conley. il. Sunset 24: 467-70, Ap.'lO. 

— Truths about Oregon's development. A. C. Jackson. 

il. Simset 24: 651-9, Je.'lO. 
Oregon Trail. Flora of. K. Schmidt. Sunset 24: 647-9, 

Je.'lO. 
Otis, James, 1724-1783, First statesman of American 

Hberty. por. H. T. O. Staples. J. Am. His. 4: 261- 

72, Ap.'lO. 
Oxford, England. Fair Oxford. A. M. Earie. il. Bk. 

News 28: 731-5, Je.'lO. 

— Cecil, A. Six Oxford Thinkers (review). Ox. & Camb. 

no. 9: 133-6, Lent '.10. 
Pageants. The making of a pageant. A. Soutar. il. 
Windsor 32: 35-44, Je.'lO. 

— London, Pageant of. Windsor 32: 35-44, Je.'lO. 
Paintings. American art in Berlin. C: Rudy. il. Con- 
noisseur 27: 104-10, Je.'lO. 

— Bushman paintings. R. Fry. il. Burl. M. 16: 334- 

8, Mr. '10. 

— The care of pictures in Italian galleries. Burl. M. 16: 

309-10, Mr.'lO. 

— The fountain of life; an iconographical study. E. 

Underhill. il. Buri. M. 17: 99-109, My.'lO. 

— French eighteenth century art at Royal academy, 

Berlin. Exhibition of. H. W. S. il. Burl. M. 16: 
361-7, Mr.'lO. 

— The Ludwig Mond bequest. Burl. M. 16: 251-2, 

F.'IO. 



Paintings — (continued) . 

— Modem French pictures. E. Waldemann. il. Burl. 

M. 17: 62-6, Ap.'lO. 

— Some modem pictures. Bkman (Lond.) 38: 73-8, 

My.'lO. 

— Mosaic of discovery of body of St. Mark, Basilica of 

St. Mark, Venice. O. Bohm. il. Buri. M. 17: 
40-6, Ap.'lO. 

— The Umbrian exhibition at the Burlington fine arts 

club. R. E. Fry. il. Buri. M. 16: 267-74, F.;iO. 

— Venetian pictures in the Burlington house exhibition. 

T. Borenius. Buri. M. 16: 342-7, Mr.'lO. 

— Venetian portraits and some problems H. Cook. 

il. Buri. M. 16: 328-34, Mr.'lO. 
Palaeontology. Vertebrate, in 1909. R. Lydekker. il. 

Sci. Pro. 4: 649-76, Ap.'lO. 
Panama Canal. Real status of Panama as regards 

neutralization. H. S. Knapp. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 

314-58, Ap.'lO. 
Paper money. Manufacttire of. W. Fawcett. il. Moody 

9: 281-4, Ap.'lO. 
Paraguay. Sketch of. il. Bui. Am. Rep. 30: 630-2, 

Ap.'lO. 
Parcels post. Absurdities in our postal service. R. 

Franklin, il. Tech. W. 13: 413-9, Je.'lO. 
Patent law. Hennebique const, co. v. Myers et al. 

Am. J. Int. L. 4: 467-84, Ap.'lO. 
Pathology. Adami, T. G. and A. G. Nicholls. The 

principles of pathology, v. 2. (review). A. E. Boy- 
cott. Sci. Pro. 4: 692-4, Ap.'lO. 
Pearls. Pearl fisheries of the Americas, il. Bui. Am. 

Rep. 30: 749-81, My.'lO. 
Peat. Valuable uses for peat in the United States. G. R. 

Marchand. il. Tech. W. 13: 421-3, Je.'lO. 
Pennsylvania. Rise of popular power in, 1682-1701. 

H. F. Eshleman. Pa. M. 34: 129-61, Ap.'lO. 
Philadelphia. Police conditions in. C. Hovey. il. Met. 

M. 32: 45-54, Ap.'lO. 
Photography. Hand-camerawork, il. Photo-M. 9: 483- 

521, Ap.'lO. (No. 107). 

— "Oil" and bromoil printing. Photo-M. 9: 437-75, 

Mr.'lO. (No. 106). 

— Vacation camera and how to use it. C. H. Claudy. 

il. Sub. L. 10: 357-8, Je.'lO. 

— Watching the world with the camera. L. E. Theiss. 

il. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 750-9, Je.'lO. 
Pipes, Tobacco. Cultivation of meerschaum gourds for 

pipes. G. E. Mitchell, il. Tech. W. 13: 440-3, 

Je.'lO. 
Plate river. Protocol between Uruguay and Argentine 

dealing with the question of the jurisdiction of. 

Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 138-9, .\p.'10. 
Play. Play in relation to education. T: B. Baillet. 

Sch. Ed. 29: 268-70, Ap.'lO. 
Playgrounds. Need of, in small towns. J. H. McFar- 

land. il. Sub. L. 10: 203, Ap.'lO. 
Pneumonia. Pneumonia to be conquered. C. Carton. 

il. Tech. W. 13: 305-11, My.'lO. 
Poets. American poets. W.White. Americana 5: 361-8, 

Ap.'lO, and following issues. 
Police courts. Cleveland police court prosecutions and 

public defender. N. D. Baker. Am. City 2: 266-7, 

Je.'lO. 
Political science. Index to recent books and periodicals. 

Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 148-59, F.'IO, and following issues. 
Porches. Making the porch more livable. Lucy A. 

Throop. il. House & G. 17: 211-13, xx, Je.'lO. 

— Porch suggestions, il. House & G. 17: 143, Ap.'lO. 
Portland, Ore. Contestant in the race for supremacy as 

principal city on the Pacific Coast. E C. Giltner. 
il. Sunset 24: 701-4, Je.'lO. 

— Great annual flower festival. J. W. Winchester, il. 

Pac. Mo. 23: 553-5, My.'lO. 

Porto Rico. Citizenship for the Porto Ricans. R. P. 
Falkner. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 180-95, My.'lO. 

Potatoes. Every farmer a potato breeder. G. E. Mit- 
chell, il. Tech. W. 13: 153-86, Ap.'lO. 

Pottery. Ancient Peruvian pottery. C. H. Read. il. 
Buri. M. 17: 22-6, Ap.'lO. 

— Longton Hall or Chelsea? A suggested change of 
attribution. B. Rackham. il. Connoisseur 26: 
223-6, Ap.'lO. 



July, 1910 



Magazine Subject -Index. 



131 



Poultry houses. Up-to-date. E. I. Farrington. il. 
Sub. L. 10: 286, My.'lO. 

Poverty. What Protestant churches are doing to allevi- 
ate. Edith Kendall, il. Met. M. 32: 105-12, Ap.'lO. 

Presbyterianism. New England churches and the first 
Presbytery. W: H. Roberts. Pres. His. S. 5: 
251-69, Je'.lO. 

Printinsr. Jersey City typographic library and museum. 
G. Buck. il. Print. Art 15: 189-94, My.'lO. 

— Painstaking revision necessary. H. L. Koopman. 

Print. Art 15: 100-2, Ap.'lO. 

— Present and future of. H: T. Bailey, il. Print. 

Art 15: 273-9, Je.'lO, and following issue. 

— Printers, University training for. J. H. McFarland. 

Print. Art 15: 181-5, My.'lO. 

— Stimvdating advancement of, by awards. C: H. 

Caffin. Print. Art 15: 265-8, Je.'lO. 

— Tints, Use of. U. Print. Art 15: 197-204, My.'lO. 

— Typographic inefficiency, and criticism. Print. Art 

15: 121-8, Ap.'lO. 
Printing trade. Present tendencies. Print. Art 15: 97- 

9, Ap.'lO. 
Prisons. Planning of a prison or penitentiary. F: G. 

Frost, il. j)lans. Bnckb. 19: 67-74, Mr.' 10. 
Railroad administration. General manager and trade 

unionism in. C: F. Speare. Moody 9: 249-50, 

Ap.'lO. 
Bailroads. Canadian Pacific. J: Moody, il. Moody 9: 

355-61, My.'lO. 

— Mexico. Tehuantepec National Railway. C:F: Carter. 

il. Tech. W. 13: 373-84, Je.'lO. 

— Turkey, Railway system of. C: F. Beach and H. 

Segnitz. il. Moody 9: 261-70, Ap.'lO. 

— United States. David H. Moffat and the Moffat 

Road. Lelia M. Tinsley. il. Americana 5: 435- 
47, My.'lO. 
Beading, Pa. The awakening of civic interest. H. R. 
Green, il. plans. Am. City 2: 245-9, Je.'lO. 

— Plan for development, il. plans. Am. City 2: 250-3, 

Je.'lO. 
Refuse and refuse disposal. Disposal of the city's 

waste. W. F. Morse, il. Am. City 2: 119-22, 

Mr. '10, and following issues. 
Religion. Calvinism and self-government. P. Fred- 



ericq. Pres. His. S._5: 270-3, Te.'^O 

of. 
Hom. R. 59: 347-51, My.'lO 



— Empirical belief, A Revival 



W. Harvey-Jellie. 



— Union of denominations. J. H. Ecob. Hom. R. 59: 

435-9, Je.'lO. 
Roses. Growing roses, Practical hints on. P. J. Barnes, 
il. Sub. L. 10: 197-8, 237. Ap.'lO. 

— Practical side of rose growing. L. J. Doogue. il. 

House & G. 17: 232-3, xiv-xv, Je.'lO. 

— for the small place. H. Erichsen. il. House & G. 

17: 174-6, My.'lO. 

Rothesay, Scotland. Seal of the burgh of. A. D. 
Macbeth, il. Scot. His. R. 7: 263-70. Ap.'lO. 

Rugs. Floor coverings for the summer home. Mar- 
garet Greenleaf. il. House & G. 17: 182-3, My.'lO. 

St. Jean-du-Doigt, France. The Pardon of. E. M. 
Fiyer. il. Bk. News 28: 737-41, Je.'lO. 

Sand dunes. Methods of checking the drifting dimes. 
R. Bache. il. Tech. W. 13: 166-73, Ap.'lO. 

San Francisco, Cal. Coolest summer city. J: Chet- 
wood. il. Simset 24: 44-3, Ap.'lO. 

— Health of the city. H. Coolidge. Sunset 24: 462-5, 

Ap.'lO. 

— Reconstruction since Ap., 1906, four years after the 

fire. W:A. Magee. il. Simset 24: 456-65, Ap.'lO. 

Scholarships. Rhodes. J : C. V. Behan. Ox. & Camb. 
no. 10: 31-49, Mids. 'lO. 

School architecture. AUentown, Pa. Competition de- 
sign and plan for school, il. plan. W. Arch. 15: 
Je.'lO. 

— dmcinnati, O. Central Fairmotmt public school, il. 

plan. W. Arch. 15: My.'lO. 

— St. Louis, Mo. Alternate preliminary plans and ele- 

vation of new Meramec school, il. plan. W. Arch. 
15: Ap.'lO. 
Schools. High schools defined. H. A. Hollister. Sch. 
Ed. 29: 294-300, My.'lO. 

— High schools. Short courses in. J. K. Stableton. 

Sch. Ed. 29: 334-«, Je.'lO. 



Schools — (continued) . 

— Public school accounting, Standardization of. J. A. 

McBride. Am. City 2: 175-6, Ap.'lO. 

— Rural. Normal traming for rural teachers. I. W. 

Howerth. Sch. Ed. 29: 341-5, Je.'lO. 
Scots. Learning of, in eighteenth century. H: W. 



Meikle. Scot. His. R. 7: 289-93, Ap.'lO. 
lei, Ee 
Je.'lO. 



Seidel, Emil. Sketch of. Pearson 



Ap.iu. 
(N. Y. 



) 23: 845, 



Sermons. Hints on preparing. Hom. R. 59: 367-70, 

My.'lO. 
Sex. Determination of. The chromosomes in relation to. 

E. B. Williams, il. Sci. Pro. 4: 570-92, Ap.'lO. 
Shakespeare, William. See The Dramatic Index. 
Ship subsidies. Shall we have a ship subsidy? Afiir- 

mative, W. E. Humphrey. Negative, T. E. Burton. 

U. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 490-9, Ap.'lO. 
Shrubs. Planting shrubs for mass effects. Grace Tabor. 

il. House & G. 17: 137-8, xxii-xxiii, Ap.'lO. 

— Twelve good shrubs. P. T. Barnes, il. Sub. L. 10: 

207, 227-9, Ai).'10. 

Sidis, William Boris. Remarkable mental development 
of. W: H. Smith. Sch. Ed. 29: 249-52, Ap.'lO. 

Skyscrapers. New York city. Whitehall Buildmg. B. 
Millard, il. Tech. W. 13: 174-82, Ap.'lO. 

Sleep. How to sleep outdoors. B. Millard, il. Tech. 
W. 13: 264-73, My.'lO. 

Sleeping-porches. Two plans, il. Sub. L. 10: 297, 
My.'lO. 

Smith, Joseph. Mormon prophet, por. J. His. 3: 242- 
52, Ap.'lO. 

Smith, Joseph, and Smith, Hyrum. Assassination of, 
Carthage, 111., 1844. H. C. Smith, il. J. His. 3: 
172-88, Ap.'lO. 

Smoke prevention. The suit of the Farmers' Associa- 
tion, Montana, against the Anaconda Copper Min- 
ing Company. J: H. Mcintosh, il. Tech. W.13: 
156-65, Ap.'lO. 

Society Islands. Stone fishing of Bora Bora. Jack 
London, il. Pac. Mo. 23: 335-46, Ap.'lO. 

Solomon Islands. Cruising in the Solomons. Jack Lon- 
don, il. Pac. Mo. 23: 589-602, Je.'lO. 

South Carolina. Baronies of. H: A. M. Smith, map. 
S. C. His. M. 11: 75-91, Ap.'lO. 

— Governors and their families in colonial times. M. A. 

Reed. S. C. His. M. 11: 107-22, Ap.'lO. 
Squirrels. Flying squirrel as a pet. F. S. Morton, il. 

Sub. L. 10: 209, Ap.'lO. 
State governmental organization. Oregon proposals for 

reform. W. F. Dodd. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 243-51, 

My.'lO. 
Sterne, Lawrence. Sketch of. I. Campbell. Ox. & 

Camb. no. 9: 94-108, Lent '10. 
Stock exchange. How Wall street safeguards the in- 
vestor. A. M. Sakolski. Moody 9: 329-32, My.'lO. 
Stock market. Normal swing of the. F: D. Bond. 

Moody 9: 277-80, Ap.'lO. 
Stocks and bonds. Canadian securities. F : Lownhaupt 

Moody 9: 251-5, Ap.'lO. 

— Floating supply of. F: D. Bond. Moody 9: 363-6, 

My.'lO. 

— Origin, functions and dangers. -J: Bascom. Moody 

9: 256-60, Ap.'lO. 
Stores. Minneapolis, Minn. Business premises for W. 

A. French & Co. il. W. Arch. 15: Je.'lO. 
Storytelling. Narrative habit, The. Kind. M. 33 : 243-8, 

Ap.'lO. 

— New York city kindergartens. Story work in. Kind. 

M. 33: 242-3, Ap.'lO. 
Straw-plaiting. Straw-plaiting and French prisoners. 

M. Phillips, il. Connoisseur 27: 45-51, My.'lO. 
Street railroads. Edison storage battery car. H: R. 

Jevons. il. Tech. W. 13: 292-9, My.'lO. 
Submarines. Device for rescuing crew from sunken 

submarines. J. H. Knight, il. Tech. W. 13: 411- 

2, Je.'lO. 
Sweet peas. Growing the finest sweet peas. E. Jenkins. 

il. House & G. 17: 147, xvi, Ap.'lO. 
Swimming. Learning to swim, on dry land. H. S. 

Wingert. U. Sub. L. 10: 281, My.'lO. 
Symonds, W. R. Artist. A.Chester, il. Windsor 31: 

577-92, Ap.'lO. 



132 



Bulletin of Bibliog^raphy. 



Vol. « No. 4 



Tabb, John, 1846-1909. Father Tabb. C. Holliday. 

Bk. News 28: 670-2, My.'lO. 
Taft, WiUiam Howard. Betrayer of the nation. A. H. 

Lewis. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 446-53, Ap.'lO. and 

following issues. 

— President of U. S. Comparison with Roosevelt as 

president, pors. H. MacAdam. il. Met. M. 32: 3- 

12, Ap.'lO. 
Talbot, John Oilbert. Burgess of Oxford University. 

W. Lock. Ox. & Camb. no. 10: 5-14, Mids. '10. 
Temperature. Cities having extreme temperatures. 

H. F. Kohr. Tech. W. 13: 434, Je.'lO. 
Texas. Civic development in Oklahoma and Texas. 

Am. City 2: 158-60, Ap.'lO. 

— Lower Rio Grande Valley, Development of. W. D. 

Homaday. il. Simset 24: 404-9, Ap.'lO. 
Theatre. See The Dramatic Index. 
Timber. Cutting. Abstract of Maine opinion. Am. For. 

16: 280-1, My.'lO. 

— Cutting. Discussion by a forester. A. Cary. Am. 

For. 16: 281-4, My.'lO. 

— Cutting. Discussion by a lawyer. A. Hollis. Am. 

For. 16: 284-90, My.'lO. * 

— Preservation of. New Canadian regulations. Am. 

For. 16: 357-8, Je.'lO. 
Trees. Beech, Regradation of the cut-leafed. E. W. 
Prevost. il. Q. J. For. 4: 136-9, Ap.'lO. 

— Dwarf trees as decorations. R. Bache. il. Tech. W. 

13: 283-4, My.'lO. 

— Eucalyptus, Growing of. Am. For. 16: 251, Ap.'lO. 

— Eucalyptus, Mission of. Florence L. Pierce, il. Am. 

For. 16: 337-41, Je.'lO. 

— Fir, white. Histology of resin canals in. C. D. 

Mell. il. Am. For. 16:351-6, Je.'lO. 

— Growth of, shown by rings. D. J. Thring. il. Q. J. 

For. 4: 120-3, Ap.'lO. 

— Juniper. Dissemination by birds. F. J. Phillips. 

il. For. Q. 8: 60-73, Mr.'lO. 

— Pine, yellow. B. L E. Terry. For. Q. 8: 58-9. 

Mr.'lO. 

— Secretory cavities in. il. W. S. Jones. Q. J. For. 

4: 106-13, Ap.'lO. 

— Shade trees for lawns. E. P. Powell, il. Sub. L- 

10: 348. Je.'lO. 

— Tree surgery. G: F. Burba, il. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 

500-4, Ap.'lO. 

— Washington, Historic trees of. B. R. Winslow. il. 

Am. For. 16: 270-3, My.'lO. 
Troy, O. Sketch of. G: F. Burba, il. Sub. L. 10: 

205-6, Ap.'lO. 
Trust company buildings. Boston, Old Colony Trust 

Company, il. Arch. & B. M. 42: 231-3, Mr.'lO. 
Tuberculosis. Iowa's method of caring for patients at 

home. F. G. Moorhead. il. Tech. W. 13: 397-403, 

Je.'lO. 
Tunnels. Cascade Moimtains tunnel, Washington. W: 

T. Prosser. il. map. Tech. W. 13: 403-11, Je.'lO. 
United States. Army. The recruits. B. Millard, il. 

Met. M. 32: 170-82, My.'lO. 

— Civil War. Maj.-Gen. Steele and staff. E. F. S. Joy 

il. Americana 5: 349-55, Ap.'lO. 

— Commerce, First, under the American flag. W: 

Goodrich. J. Am. His. 4: 273-80, Ap.'lO. 

— Cuba-United States treaty, 1904. Am. J. Int. L. 

Supp. 4: 177-80, Ap.'lO. 

— Department of State. History of the department. 

G. Hunt. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 384-403, Ap.'lO, and 
following issues. 

— Foreign policy, American, by a Diplomatist (review). 

A. H: Snow. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 506-11, Ap.'lO. 

— Future of the United States. J. N. Eno. J. Am His. 

4: 185-90, Ap.'lO. 

— Legislation. Labor legislation for 1909. I. Osgood. 

Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 163-79, My.'lO. 

— Revolution. From Brandjrwine to Philadelphia. T: 

Sullivan's journal. Pa. M. 34: 229-32, Ap.'lO. 

— Revolution. Col. Theophilus Cotton's regiment. 

F. A. Gardner. Mass. M. 3: 99-116, Ap.'lO. 
r— Revolution. Life of Gen. T. Kosciuszko. M. I. J. 
Griffin, il. Am. Cath. His. Res. n. s. 6: 129-216, 
Ap.'lO. 

— Revolution. Massachusetts loyalists. J. H. Stark. 

Mass. M. 3: 140-3, Ap.'lO. 



United States — {continued) . 

— Revolution. The sloop "Machias Liberty." Mass. M. 

3: 133-40, Ap.'lO. 

— War of 1812: Gov. Shelby's correspondence during. 

W. W. Longmoor. Ky. Reg. 8: 13-20, Ja.'lO, and 
following issues. 

— West. The arid west, Cradle of the best American. 

E: L. Munson. il. Pac. Mo. 23: 476-87, My.'lO, 
and following issue. 

— West. Following the colonists. R. R. Howard, il- 

Pac. Mo. 23: 520-33, My.'lO. 

— West. Pacific states versus Canada for the home- 

seeker. R.R.Howard. Pac. Mo. 23: 423-36, Ap.'lO. 
United States steel corporation. Big American steel 

bubble. T. Good. Moody 9: 321-4, My.'lO. 
Uruguay. Railway development in. il. Bui. Am. Rep. 

30: 793-805, My.'lO. 
Vacation schools. Summer use of school houses. C. A. 

Perry, il. Am. City 2: 259-65, Je.'lO. 
Vacations. Clothing for vacation. H. H. Johnson, il. 

Sub. L. 10: 349, Je.'lO. 
Van Dyke, Sir Antony, 1599-1641. Exhibition in New 

York of portraits by Van Dyke. W. Walton, il. 

Buri. M. 16: 296-302, F.'IO. 
Vegetables. New vegetables for the South. R. Franklin. 



il. Tech. W. 13: 299-302, My.'lO. 
us. Is it inhabitec 
399-409. Ap.'lO. 



Venus. Is it inhabited? T. J. J. See. il. Sunset 24: 



T 



Vines. Best vines for every place. E. C. Carroll, il. 

House & G. 17: 152-3, Ap.'lO. 
Virginia. Adventures in Maryland and Virginia in 

1663 : Official report of Colonel Edmond Scarborough. 

T. B. Robertson. J. Am. His. 4: 303-8, Ap.'lO. 

— House of Burgesses, 1761-1776. J. M. Gamett. Va. 

M. 18: 213-23, Ap.'lO. 

— Moimtain life in the Virginias. L. McClung. 

Americana 5: 250-61, Mr.'lO. 
Wagner, Richard, at rehearsals. N. Music R. 9: 344-6, 

Je.'lO. 
War. Moral equivalent of. W: James. Kind. M. 33: 

291—4, My. 10, and following issue. 

— Resources of various nations. H: M. Hyde. il. 

Tech. W. 13: 367-72, Je.'lO. 
Ward, James. Engraver. Some new lights on James 

Ward's career. C. R. Grundy, il. Connoisseur 26: 

237-43, Ap.'lO. 
Washington, George, 1732-99. His recommendation for 

national defense. T: M. Anderson. Pac. Mo. 23: 

550-2, My.'lO. 
Washington, D. C, in 1861-2. J. A. Conant. il. Met. M. 

32: 313-24, Je.'lO. 
Water supply. Los Angeles, Cal., aqueduct. C. L. Ed- 
holm, il. Tech. W. 13: 273-82, My.'lO. 
Water-flow. Observations on forests and water-flow. 

Z. T. Rothrock. Am. For. 16: 349-51, Je.'lO. 
Watson, James, King's Printer. Sketch. W. J. Couper. 

Scot. His. R. 7: 244-62, Ap.'lO. 
West Virginia. Moimtain life in the Virginias. L. 

McClung. Americana 5: 250-61, Mr.'lO. 
White Mountains. Tramping in. P. E. Gray. il. Recrea- 
tion 31: 309-11, Je.'lO. 
Wild flowers, of April, How to identify. Harriet W. 

Clark, il. Sub. L. 10: 213, Ap.'lO. 
Wireless telephone. Wireless telephone wizardry. W. 

R. Farwell. il. Tech. W. 13: 257-64, My.'lO. 
Wood. Articles manufactured of wood. Will a duty on, 

help, in Great Britain. M. C. Duchesne. Q. J. For. 

4: 124-36, Ap.'lO. 

— Classification by structural characters. C. D. Mell. 

Am. For. 16: 241-3, Ap.'lO. 
Yezo Island. Holiday in Ainu-land. A. P. Vaughn, il. 

Pac. Mo. 23: 449-57, My.'lO. 
Yosemite national park, Cal. Grand circuit of. Lucy 

Washburn, il. Sierra 7: 149-52, Ja.'lO. 

— Hetch-Hetchy valley. J:Muir. il. Am. For. 16:263-9, 

My.'lO. 

— Tenaya canon, Trip down. S. L. Foster, il. Sierra 

7: 152-69, Ja.'lO. 
Y. M. 0. A. buildings. Portland, Ore. Y. M. C. A. build- 
ing, il. plan. W. Arch. 15: My.'lO. 

— Riverside, Cal. Y. M. C. A. building, il. W. Arch. 

15: Ap.'lO. 



July, 1910 



Quarterly Dramatic Index. 



133 



QUARTERLY DRAMATIC INDEX, APR.-JUNE, J9Ja* 

(♦Being a continuation of Dramatic Index, Vol. I, 1909.) 
An Index to »11 articles, reviews, and pictures relating to the •ta8:e which have appeared In the periodicals of the 

last three months. 

Note:— In addition to the following list of periodicals which are indexed regularly, articles and portraits of dramatic interest in 
the important popular magazines and reviews in the English language are included, thus covering the periodical field thoroughly, 
or some 150 titles in all. 

LIST OF PERIODICALS REGULARLY INDEXED AND ABBREVIATIONS USED. 
OTHER PERIODICALS INCLUDED CAN BE RECOGNIZED BY THEIR ABBREVIATIONS. 



Acad. 
Am. M. 

Arch.&B. M. 
Arena. 
Atlan. 
Bk. News. 
Bkman (Lond.) 
Bookman. 
BuL. Am. Rep. 

Burr Mc. 

Canad. M. 

Cent. 

Chaut. 

Collier's. 

Contemp. 

cosmofol. 

Craftsman. 

Cur. Lit. 

Delin. 

Etude. 

Everybody's. 

FORTN. 

Forum. 

Graphic. 

G. Bk. Album. 

Gd. House 

Hampton. 

Harper. 

Harp. B. 

Harp. W. 

III. Lond. 

Indep. 

Int. Studio. 



N. 



Academy. London. 
American Magazine. N. Y. 
Architects' and Builders' Magazine. N. Y. 
Arena. Boston. 
Atlantic Monthly. Boston. 
Book News. Phila. 
Bookman. London. 
Bookman. N. Y. 

Bulletin of American Republics. Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Burr Mcintosh Monthly. N. Y. 
Canadian Magazine. Toronto. 
Century. N. Y. 

Chautauquan. Chautauqua, N. Y. 
Collier's National Weekly. N. Y. 
Contemporary Review. London. 
Cosmopolitan. N. Y. 
Craftsman. N. Y. 
Current Literature. N. Y. 
Delineator. N. Y. 
Etude. Phila. 

Everybody's Magazine. N. Y. 
Fortnightly Review. London. 
Forum. N. Y. 
Graphic. London. 
Green Book Album. Chicago. 
Good Housekeeping, Sprinrfeld, Mass. 
Hampton's Magazine. N. Y. 
Harper's Monthly. N. Y. 
Harpers' Bazar. N. Y. 
Harper's Weekly. N. Y, 
Illustrated London News. London. 
Independent. N .Y. 
International Studio. N. Y. 



Ladies' H. J. Ladies' Home Journal. Phila. 

Les. W. Leslie's Weekly. N. Y. 

Life. Life. N. Y. 

Lit. D. Literary Digest. N. Y. 

Liv. Age. Living Age. Boston. 

McClure. McClure's Magazine. N. Y. 

Met. M. Metropolitan Magazine. N. Y. 

Mod, Philol. Modern Philology. Chicago. 

Munsey. Munsey's Magazine. N. Y, 

Mus. CouR. Musical Courier. Phila, 

Musician. Musician. Boston. 

Nation. Nation. N. Y. 

N. Music R. New Music Review. N. Y. 

N. Y. Dram. New York Dramatic Mirror. N. Y. 

19th Cent. Nineteenth Century. London. 

No. Am. North American Review. N. Y. 

Outlook. Outlook, N. Y. 

Overland, n. s. Overland Monthly. San Francisco. 

Pac. Mo. Pacific Monthly. Portland, Ore. 

Pearson (N. Y.) Pearson's Magazine. N. Y. 

Poet Lore. Poet Lore. Boston. 

Putnam's. Putnam's Magazine. N, Y. 

R. OF Rs. American Monthly Review of Reviews. 

Sat, R. Saturday Review. London. 

ScRiB. M. Scribner's Magazine. N. Y. 

Spectator. Spectator. London. 

Success. Success. N. Y. 

Sunset, Sunset. San Francisco, 

Theatre. Theatre. N. Y. 

Woman's HomeC. Woman's Home Companion. Spring- 
field, O. 

World Today. World Today. Chicago. 

World's Work. World's Work. N. Y, 



Explanatory Inclusive pages of articles indexed are given. If less than a pa§e the fractions (J^) {}i) (ii) (%) are used 
the page to give an approximate idea of length. The volume, month and year are given for each reference. Where month and 
are ' ... 



after 
year 



>a«<^ I.U fiiTc <Lii .i^(jiuAiiii<tic iuc<i ui iciiei.li. The volume, month and year are given lui ^a\.ii 
iven preceding the pages, it indicates that each issue 01 that periodical pages from page 1. 
"II." means illustrated. ''por.","pors.", mean article with portrait or portraits. "Portrait" means portrait only, no article. 
"Portrait (in ^oup)" or"por. (in group)" indicates that one or more other persons appear in the picture. Scenes and acts from 
plays may be either illustrations or text, and are distinguished by adding in brackets (picture), or (text), 

A colon after an initial designates the most usual given name, as per rule adopted by the A. L. A., and by Keadtr's Guide and 
Library Index. 

DRAMATIC INDEX, APR. TO JUNE, J9Ja 



Acting. 

Great acting and the modem drama. W. P. Eaton. 

Scrib. M. 47: 209-12, F.'IO. 
More difficvdt than formerly. A. Klauber. Pearson 

(N. Y.) 23: 697-8, My.' 10. 
Actors and actresses. 

Edwin Booth's opinion of the players of his day. il. 

E. B. Bronson. Theatre 11: 162-4, 166. My." 10. 
Child labor on the stage. E. W. Lord. Survey 24: 

317-20, My.21,'10.( 
Club life of actors. E. C. King. il. Munsey 43: 

260-8, My.' 10. 
Homes for old players. G. Morton, il. N. Y. Dram. 

63: Ap.30,'10, 5-6. 
Stage fauna. J: S. Lopez. Harp. W. 54: My.28,'10, 

16-17. 

Actor's fund fair, N. Y. City, My., 1910. 

Arrangements for. Theatre 11: iv, My.'lO. — il. N. Y. 

Dram. 63: My.21,'10, 6-9, 11. 
Titles and casts of plays given at. N. Y. Dram. 63: 
My.21,'10, 10, 27. 
Adamowitsch, Mile., dancer. 

Portrait in costume. 111. Lond. N. 136: 842, My.28,'10. 
Adams, Maude (Kiskadden), actress, 1872-. 

Portrait. Harp. W. 34: Ap.23,'10, 14.— Int. Studio 
40: ciii, Je.' 10.— Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 700, My.'lO. 
Alda, Frances, opera singer, 1882-. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 548, Ap.'lO.— in Les Villy. 
The atre 11: 106, Ap.'lO. 



Alias Jimmy Valentine, drama by P. Armstrong, from A 

retrieved reformation, by O. Henry. 
Estimate of. Everybody's 22: 702-3, My.'lO. 
Production at Comedy theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 

136: 536(J). Ap.9,'10. 
Retold by Lucy F. Pierce, il. World Today 18: 501- 

10, My.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 701(it), My.'lO. — 

111. Lond. N. 136: 568, Ap.l6.'10.— Les. W. 110: 336, 

Ap.7,'10. 
Sketch. Graphic 81: 488, Ap.9,'10.— il. Met. M. 32: 

264-5, My.'^lO. 
Synopsis. G. Bk. Albiun 3: 768-9, Ap.'lO.— Hampton 

24: 701-2, My.'lO. 
Allen, Perceval, singer. 

Portrait as Rebecca in Ivanhoe. 111. Lond. N. 136: 

422, Mr.l9,'10. 
Allen, Viola, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 182, Je.'lO. 
Anglin, Margaret, actress, 1876-. 

Portrait. Everybody's 22: 841, Je.'lO. — Munsey 43: 

418, Je.'lO. 
Arcadians, The, comic opera by M. Ambient, A. M. 

Thompson, A. Wimperis, L. Monckton and H. Talbot. 
Criticism. Hampton 24: 566-7, Ap.'lO. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 32: 256-7, My.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Am. M. 70: 110, My.'lO. 
Attaque du Moulin, L', opera by A. Btmeau and L. 

Gallet. 
Criticism. N. Music R. 9: 250-1, Ap.'lO. 



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Atwell, Grace, actress. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 63: Je.4/10, 1. 
Auirarde, Adrienne, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 43: 272, My.' 10.— Theatre 11: 
cover, Ap.'lO. 
Averill, Florence, actress. 
^ Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 839, Te.'lO. 
Awakening of spring, drama by F. Wedekind. 

Criticism of and excerpts from. Cur. Lit. 48: 429-32, 

Ap.'lO. 
Review. Indep. 68: 868(i), Ap.21,'10. 
Bachelor's baby. The, comedy, by F. Wilson. 

Outline of. il. Harp. W. 54: Ap.23,'10, 24.— il. Met. 

M. 32: 262-3, My.' 10. 
Sketch. Met. M. 32: 262-3, My '10. 
Bady, Mile. Bertha, actress. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 464. Mr.26,'10. 
Baldina, Mile., dancer. 

Portrait (in group). 111. Lond. N. 136: 842, My.28,'10. 
Balsar, Charles, actor. 

Portrait (in group) in The winter's tale. Theatre 1 1 : 
145, My.' 10. 
Bancroft, Lady, actress. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 63: Je.11,'10, 7(§). 
Barrett, Laurence, actor, 1838-91. 

Edwin Booth's estimate of. pors. E. B. Bronson. 
Theatre 11: 162-4, 166, My.'lO. 
Barrett, Minnette, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 104, Ap.'lO. 
Barrier, The, play by E. Presbrey, adapted from the 
novel by R. E. Beach. 
Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 48: 622, Ap.'lO. 
Barrison, Mabel (Mrs Joseph Howard), actress. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 692, Ap.'lO. 

Barrymore, Ethel (Blythe) (Mrs. R. G. Colt), actress. 

Portrait. Am. M. 70: 269, Je.'lO.— Burr Mc. 22: 321, 

Ap.'lO. — G. Bk. Album 3: 676, Ap.'lO.— Munsey 43: 

125, Ap.'lO.— New Eng. M. n. s. 42: 378, My.'lO.- 

Pear^n (N. Y.) 23: 560, Ap.'lO. 

Portrait (with H. R. Smith) in Mid-channel. Hampton 

24: 567(i), Ap.'lO. 
Portraits with mfant daughter. Cosmopol. 48: 625, 

Ap.'lO. 
Sketch of career. Munsey 43: 134-5, Ap.'lO. 
Work in Mid-Channel, por. Everybody's 22: 696, 698, 
My.'lO. 
Barrymore, John, actor. 

Portrait. Am. M. 70: 272, Je.'lO. 
Banymore, Matirice, actor. 

Portrait. Cent. 80: 87, My.'lO. 
Bayes, Nora (Mrs. Jack Norworth), actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 902, My.'lO.— Pearson 
(N. Y.) 23: 554, Ap.'lO. 
Beecher, Janet, actress. 
WPortrait. Theatre 11: 197, Je.'lO. 
Beethoven, drama by R. Fauchois. 
Criticism. Hampton 24: 825, Je.'lO. 
Production at New theatre, N. Y. city. J. S. Met- 
calfe. Life 55: 724(§), Ap.21,'10.— N. Y. Dram. 63: 
Ap.23,'10, 7(i).— il. Theatre 11: 129, xxvii, xxix, 
My.'lO. 
Review. C.Hamilton. Bookman 31: 420(i), Je.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 826 (i), Je.'lO. 
Belasco, David, dramatist, 1862-. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 904, My.'lO. 
Benson, F. R., actor-manager, 1859-. 

Shakespeare festival of Stratford. Nation 90: 410-1, 
Ap.21,'10. 
Bergen, Thurlow, actor. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 513, My.26,' 10.— Theatre 11: 
136, My.'lO. 
Berger, Rudolf, opera singer. 

Phenomenal career of . pors. Mus. Cour. 60: Mr.30, 
'10, 1, 36-7. 
Bernard, Sam, actor. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 913, My.'lO— 
3: 915, My.'lO. 
Bernhardt, Sarah (Rosine Damala), actress, 1845-. 
How she takes her rest. por. il. Theatre 11: 172, 

My.'lO. 
Reception room of. il. Theatre 11: 189, Je.'lO. 

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Better way. The, drama by P. Mariett. 

Scene from (picture). Indep. 68: 1128, My.26, '10. 
Beverly, play by R. M. Baker. 

Production at Grand theatre, Brooklyn, N. Y., Mr., 
1910. N. Y. Dram. 63: Mr.26,'10, 7(i). 
Bingham, Amelia (Mrs. Lloyd Bingham), actress, 1869-. 

Portrait. Am. M. 69: 847, Ap.'lO. 
Bjomson, Bjomstjeme, author and dramatist, 1832-1910. 
Bjomson and his plays, por. B. Stahl. Theatre 11: 

112, 114, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait. Bkman (Lond.) 38: 105, Je.'lO. 
Portrait with his wife. World's Work 20: 12982, Je.'lO 
Blaney, Harry Clay, actor-dramatist. 
^Portrait (with his wife). G. Bk. Album 3: 699, Ap.'lO. 
Bluebird, The, play by M. Maeterlinck. 

Scenes from (pictures). Bkman (Lond) 38: 15-20, 

Ap.'lO. 
Sketch. LordDvmsany. Sat. R. 109: 555-6, Ap.30,'10. 
Staging of and scenes from (pictures), il. Bkman 
(Lond). 38: 17-19, 22-32, Ap.'lO. 
Boland, Mary, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 43: 276, My.'lO.— Theatre 11: 171, 
My.'lO. 
Booth, Thomas Edwin, actor, 1833-93. 

His opinion of the players of his day. pors. E. B. Bron- 
son. Theatre 11: 162-4, 166, My.^10. 
Boucicault, Ruth Holt, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 916, My.'lO. 
Bourchier, Arthur, actor, 1863-. 

Portrait as The capitalist in The tenth man. Graphic 

81: 308, My.5,'10. 
Portrait as George Winter in The tenth man. 111. 
Lond. N. 136: 352, Mr.5,'10.— (in group). 111. Lond. 
N. 136: 390, Mr. 12,' 10. 
Boyer, Adeline, actress and dancer. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 402, My.'lO.— Les. W. 
319, Mr.31,'10. 
Boyne, Leonard, actor. 

Portrait as Sir Lucius O'Trigger in The rivals. 
Lond. N. 136: 536, Ap.9,'10. 
Breese, Edmtmd, actor, 1870-. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 513, My.26,'10. 
Portrait in The spendthrift. Hampton 24: 825, Je.'lO. 
Brema, Marie, opera singer. 

As Orfeo in the revival of Gluck's opera at the Savoy 

theatre, London. Spectator 104: 673-4, Ap.23,'10. 

Bright eyes, comic opera by C: Dickson, O. H. Hauerbach 

and K. Hoschna. 

Criticism. Hampton 24: 700-1, My.'lO. 

Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 49: 81, Je.'lO. — 

Hampton 24: 699(i), My.'lO. 
Sketch, il. Met. M. 32: 404, Je.'lO. 
Brownell, Marie, actress. 

Portrait as Ruth Jordan in The great divide. Theatre 
11: 122, Ap.'lO. 
Bruns, Edna, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 199, Je.'lO. 
Buckley, May, actress. 

Portrait. Met. M. 32: 128, Ap.'lO. 
Burke, Billie (Ethel Burke), actress, 1886-. 

Portrait. Am. M. 70: 270, Je.'lO. — Cosmopol. 48: 761, 
My.'lO.— G. Bk. Album 3: 695, Ap.'lO.— Munsey 43: 
273, My.'lO. — New Eng. M. n. s. 42: 253, Ap.'lO.— 
Theatre 11: 171, My.'lO. 
Portrait in Mrs. Dot. Pearson (N. Y.) 23 : 558, Ap.'lO. 
— Theatre 11: 184, Je.'lO. — (in group). Hampton 
24: 562, Ap.'lO. 
Burton, Frank C, actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 63: My.21,'10, 1. 
Call of the cricket. The, comedy by E. Peple. 

Production at Belasco theatre, N. Y. city, Ap.'lO. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.30,'10, 8(i).— Theatre 11: x(*), 
Je.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24:826-7, Je.'lO. 
Its value as a play. J. S. ^^etcalfe. Life 55: 823(J), 
My.5.'10. 
Cameo Kirby, play by B. Tarkington and H. L. Wilson. 

Outline of. il. Met. M. 32: 127, Ap.'lO. 
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick (Beatrice Stella Campbell), 
actress, 1867-. 
Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 697, My.'lO. 



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Carlisle, Alexandra, actress, 1886-. 

Portrait as Rose Lane in Alias Jimmy Valentine. 111. 
Lond. N. 136: 568, Ap.l6,'10. 
Caruso, Enrico, opera singer, 1874-. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 549, Ap.'lO. — 111. Lond. N. 
136: 1 (supp.), Ap.9,'10. 
Casazza, Gmlio, Gatti- manager. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 549, Ap.'lO. 
Case, Anna, opera smger, 1888-. 

Sketch, por. Mus. Cour. 60: Ap.27,'10, 1, 15. 
Caste, drama by T. W. Robertson. 

Criticism. World Today 18: 584, Je.'lO. 

Present and former productions of, compared. J. S. 

Metcalfe. Life 55: 822(i), My.5,'10. 
Production at|Empire theatre, N. Y. City. Ap.,1910. 

N. Y. Dram. 63: My.7,'10, 8(*). 
Revival of, at Empire theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 

11: 174, 181, Je.^10. 
Scene from (picture). Les. W. 110: 461, My.l2,'10. 
Cavalieri, Lina (Mrs. R. W. Chanler), opera singer, 1884-. 

Portraits. Cosmopol. 48: 552, Ap.'lO. 
Cawthome, Joe, actor. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 686, Ap.'lO. 
Chains, play by Elizabeth Baker. 

Description. Graphic 81: 776, My.28,'10. 
Production at the Duke of York's theatre, Lond. (B). 

Spectator 104: 845-6, My.21,'10. 
Production at Repertory theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 136:842(4), My.28,'10. 
Chantecler, drama by E. Rostand. 

Description. Harriet Quimby. il. Les. W. 110: 260, 

270, Mr.l7,'10. 
French criticism. G. K. Chesterton. 111. Lond. N. 136: 

336, Mr.5,'10. 
Notice. E. E. Slosson. il. Indep. 68: 680-5, Ap.27,'10. 
— E. Marquand. il. New Eng. M. n. s. 42: 227-31, 
Ap.'lO. 
Paris, M. Edmond Rostand and Chantecler. J: F. 

Macdonald. Fortn. 93: 575-90, Mr.'lO. 
Plot and criticism. Coimt de Soissons. Liv. Age 265: 
• 37-43, Ap.2,'10. 
Prologue and Act I (text), English version by Gertrude 

Hall. U. Hampton 24: 741-64, Je.'lO. 
Review. M. Nordau. Bookman 31: 397-401, Je.'lO. 
Rostand, Edmond. Chantecler: Piece en guatre actes, 

en vers, (review). Nation 90: 491-2, My. 12,' 10. 
Scene from caricature of (picture). 111. Lond. N. 136: 

352, Mr.5,'10. 
Scenes from (pictures). Theatre 11: 116-17, Ap.'lO. 
When Chantecler comes to America, il. Cur. Lit. 48: 
544-9, My.'lO. 
Chase, Pauline, actress, 1885-. 

Portraits. Cosmopol. 48: 624, Ap.'lO. 
Cheatham, Kitty, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 102, Ap.'lO. 
Chevalier, Albert, actor, 1861-. 

Portrait. Am. M. 69: 843, Ap.'lO. 
Children. 

The child on the stage. F. Wilson, il. Collier's 45: 

My.21,'10, 19. 
Who take parts in Maeterlinck's plays. W: Purvis, 
il. Bkman (Lond.) 38: 24-7, Ap.'lO. 
Children of destiny, drama by S. Rosenfeld. 

Condemned. A. Klauber. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 696(J), 
My.'lO. 
City, The, drama by W: C. Fitch. 

Estimate of. W: Winter, il. Harp. W. 54: Ap.l6, 10, 24. 
Outline of. U. Met. M. 32: 114-5, Ap.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 48: 615, Ap.'lO. 
Sketch of. il. Met. M. 32: 114-15, Ap.'lO. 
Clark, Marguerite, actress, 1887-. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 617, Ap.'lO.— Les. W. 110: 
513, My.26,'10. 
Clarke, Harry Corson, actor. 

Portrait as Eccles in Caste. N. Y. Dram. 63: My. 
28,' 10, 8(f). 
Clemens, Samuel Langhome (Mark Twain, pseud), 
dramatist, 1835-1910. 
Portrait. Bkman (Lond.) 38: Supp. Je.'lO. 
Sketch, il. Bkman (Lond.) 38: 107-19, Je.'lO. 
Clifford, Bessie, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 696, My.'lO. 



Climax, drama by E: Locke. 

Production at Comedy theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 352(i), Mr.5,'10. 
Comic opera. 

Photographs of English comic opera singers. Graphic 
81: 745, My.21,'10. 
Congreve, William, dramatist, 1670-1729. 

Comedies of Congreve. W : Archer. Forum 43 : 343-6, 
Ap.'lO. 
Conquest, Ida, actress, 1870-. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 905, My.'lO. — Mimsev 43: 

417, Je.'lO. 
Portrait as Asta AUmers in Little Eyolf . Theatre 1 1 : 
166, My.'lO. 
Constantino, Florencio, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 60: Mr.23,'10, 1. 
Converse, Frederick S., composer, 187I-. 

Portrait. Lit. D. 40: 647, Ap.2,'10. 
Coquelin, Benoit-Constant, actor, 1841-1909. 

Portrait as Mascarille in Les prdciexises ridicules. Cent. 
79: 884, Ap.'lO. 
Covent Garden. 

Portraits of principal singers at Covent Garden this 
season. Graphic 81 : 606, AP-30,'10. 
Cordoba, Pedro de, actor. 

Portrait as Bellidor with Edith Wynne Matthison in 
Sister Beatrice. Lit. D. 40: 813, Ap.23,'10. 
Count Festenberg, drama by F. Salten. 

Notice. M. Beerbohm Sat. R. 109: 394, Mr.26,'10. 
Criticism. 

The actor and the critic. W: Winter. Theatre 11: 

195-7, vi, Je.'lO. 
Could we do without the dramatic critic (symposium). 

Theatre 11: 150-2, 154, xvii-viii, My.'lO. 
French criticism of Chantecler. G. K. Chesterton. 

111. Lond. N. 136: 336, Mr.5,'10. 
If Shakespeare lived today. Cur. Lit. 48: 660-2, 
Je.'lO. 
Grossman, Henrietta (Mrs. M. Campbell), actress, 1870-. 

Portrait. Munsey 43: 130, Ap.'lO. 
Crothers, Rachel, dramatist, 1878- 

Her career. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 555-6, Ap.'lO. 
Interview with. por. A. Patterson. Theatre 11: 134, 
136, xxiv. My. "^10. 
Cutler, Kate, actress. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 508, Ap.2,'10. 
Portrait as Lydia Languish in The rivals. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 536, Ap.9,'10. 
Tjojg ^/lolct Actress 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 319, Mr.31,'10.— Mxmsey 43: 

127, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait m Where there's a will. Cosmopol. 49: 83, 
Je.'lO. 
Dalton, Charles, actor, 1866-. 

Portrait as Theodore Blundell in Mid-channel. Every- 
body's 22: 848, Je.'lO. 
Dame Nature (Femme nue), drama by H: Bataille. 
Production at Terry's theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 850(i), My.28,'10. 
Damerel, George, actor. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 918, My.'lO. 
Damrosch, Walter Johannes, musical conductor, 1862-. 

Sketch. N. Music R. 9: 303-6, My.'lO. 
Dancing and dancers. 

My inspiration. Ruth St. Denis. G. Bk. Album 3: 

793-7, Ap.'lO. 
Russian dancers in London, il. Graphic 81: 770-1, 
My.28,'10. 
Dante and Beatrice, drama by Sara K. Wiley. 

Review. Nation 90: 271(i), Mr.l7,'10. 
Davenport, Edward Loomis, actor, 1814-77. 

Edwin Booth's estimate of. pors. E. B. Bronson. 
Theatre 11: 162-4, 166, My.'lO. 
Davies, Reini, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 403, My.'lO.— Pearson (N. Y.) 
23:694, My.'lO. 
Dawn of a tomorrow. The, play by Mrs. F. H. Burnett. 
Description and scenes. Graphic 81: 754, My.21,'10. 
Production at Garrick theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 800(i), My.21,'10. 
Day, Marie L., actress. 

Portrait in Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. Theatre 11: 
118, Ap.'lO. 



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De Cordoba, Pedro, actor. 

As Prince Bellidor in Sister Beatrice, por. Every- 
body's 22: 844, Je.'lO. 
De Hidalgo, Elvira, opera singer. 

Portrait in II Barbiere de Siviglia. Theatre 11: 107, 

Ap.'lO. 
De Sousa, May, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 621, Ap.'IO. — Everybody's 

22: 703, My.' 10.— Harp. W. 54: Ap.2,'10, 15.— N. Y: 

Dram. 63: Ap.l6,'10, 4(i).— Pearson (N. Y.) 23. 

555, Ap.'IO. 
Destinn, Mme. Emmy, opera singer, 1888-. 
Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 407, My.'lO. 
Portrait as Marie in The bartered bride. Theatre 11: 

159, My.'lO. 
DeVries, David, opera singer. 

Portrait as Aegisthris. Theatre 11: 108, Ap.'IO. 
Dika, Juliette, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 1150, Je.'lO. 
Dillon, Frances, actress. 

Portrait (in group) as Catherine Winter in The tenth 

man. 111. Xond. N. 136: 390, Mr.l2,'10. 
Dippel, Andreas, opera singer and director, 1866-. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 544, Ap.'IO. 
Dr. Paustus, drama by C. Marlowe. 

Production by Ben Greet players. Nation 90: 297-8, 

Mr.24,'10. 
Production at Garden theatre, N. Y. city, Mr., 1910. 

N. Y. Dram. 63: Mr.26,'10, 7(i). 
Revival at Garden theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 11: 

xxv-vi, My.'lO. 
Dollar princess. The (American version), comic opera by 

A. M. Willner, F. Griinbaum and L. Fall, adapted 

from the German by G: Grossmith, Jr. 
Scene from (picture). Am. M. 70: 105, My.'lO. 
Scenes from (pictures). Harp. W. 54: Ap.30,'10, 24. 
Don, comedy by R. Besier. 

Outline of. U. Met. M. 32: 390-1, Je.'lO. 

Plot of and excerpts from. il. Cur. Lit. 48: 421-7, 

Ap.'IO. 
Review, il. Bookman 31: 139-41. Ap.'IO. 
Donnelly, Dorothy Agnes, actress, 1880-. 
Career. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 557-8, Ap.'IO. 
As Madame X. por. Everybody's 22: 701, My.'lO. 
Portrait. Am. M. 70: 267, Je.'lO.- Burr Mc. 22: 319, 

Ap.'IO. — Cosmopol. 48: 763, My.'lO.— Cur. Lit. 48: 

652, Je.'lO.- Les. W. 110: 461, My.l2,'10. 
Portrait (in group) in Madame X. Pearson (N. Y.) 23 : 

835, Je.'lO. 
Don Quixote, opera by J. E. F. Massenet. 

Scenes and description. Graphic 81 : 538-9, Ap.l6,'10. 
Doro, Marie, actress and playwright. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 404, My.'lO.— 111. Lond. N. 

136:352, Mr.5,'10.— Theatre 11: 171, My.'lO.— Pear- 
son (N. Y.) 23: 695, My.'lO. 
Drama. 

The craft of collaboration. P. Loring. G. Bk. Album 

3: 1010-15. My.'lO. 
"Double standard" in. A. Klauber. Pearson (N. Y.) 

23: 552-5. Ap.'IO. 
Decadent drama. W: Winter, il. Harp. W. 54: 

My.7,'10, 24, 34. 
Decay of melodrama. Liv. Age 265: 182-4, Ap.l6,'10. 
Revival of standard drama. World Today 18: 471 (i), 

My.'lO. 
Some secrets of the dramatist's workshop. R. B. 

Sheridan, il. Theatre 11: 144, 146, xx, My.'lO. 
Should the poetic drama be dramatized. M. J. Moses 

Bk. News 28: 597-601, Ap.'IO. 
Sincerity in the drama. C. Hamilton, il. Bookman 

31: 138-46, Ap.'IO. 
Stage lovers. Lit. D. 40: 1034, My.21,'10. 
Sunlight, moonlight and footlight. M. J. Moses, il. 

Bk. News 28: 663-9, My.'lO. 
Failures honorable and dishonorable. A. Dale. il. 

Cosmopol. 49: 75-80, Je.'lO. 
Drama in America. 

New York city. List of plays produced between 

April 26, 1909, and May 21. 1910. N. Y. Dram. 63: 

My.28.'10. 6-7. 
New York city. Some plays of 1909-10. pors. Every- 
body's 22: 551-60. Ap.'IO. 
Shadows of the stage. W: Winter. Harp. W. 54: 

My.7,'10, 24, 34, and following issues. 



Drama in England. 

Early beginnings of the English stage, il. Theatre 11: 

125, Ap.'IO. 
Othello as produced December, 1660, when women 
first appeared on the stage. Scene from (picture). 
III. Lond. N. 136: 509, Ap.2,'10. 
Dramatists. 
American dramatists at school. Harvard dramatic 
club. W. B Blake, il. Indep. 68: 1127-30, 
My.26,'10. 
European dramatists on the American stage. C. 
Hamilton, il. Bookman 31: 410-21, Je.'lO. 
Dresser, Louise, actress. 

Portrait. Mimsey 43: 271, My.'lO. 
Portrait in A matinee idol. Harp. W. 54 : My.28,' 10,15. 
Drew, John, actor, 1853-. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 556, Ap.'IO. 
Du Maurier, Gerald, actor, 1873-. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.9,'10, 9(i). 
Portrait as Lee Randall in Alias Jimmy Valentine. 
III. Lond. N. 136: 568, Ap.l6,'10. 
Dumont, Daisy, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 177, Je.'lO. 
Duse, Eleanora (Hickels) (Signora Cecci), actress, 1861-. 

Portrait. Cent. 80: 101, My.'lO. 
Earl and the girl, The. comic opera. 

Scene from (picture). Am. M. 70: 108. My.'lO. 
Edeson, Robert, actor, 1868- 

Portrait (with Mrs. Edeson). G. Bk. Album 3: 682, 

Ap.'IO.— Munsey 43: 128, Ap.'IO. 
Summer home of. Sag Harbor, il. Sub. L. 10: 284, 
My.'lO. 
Elektra, opera by R: Strauss and H. von Hofmannsthal, 
translated by A. Symons. 
Criticism. E. A. Baughan. Liv. Age 265: 265-70, 
Ap.30,'10.— H: L. Gideon. Forum 43: 382-7, Ap.'IO. 
Production at Berkeley theatre, N. Y. city, Ap., 1910. 

N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.23,'10, 8(J). 
Bernard Shaw's glorification of. Cur. Lit. 48: 536-7, 
My.'lO. 
Elliott, Maxine (Dermot), actress-manager, 1871-. 
Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 317, Ap.'IO. — Cosmopol. 48: 

762, My.'lO.— Theatre 11: 171, My.'lO. 
Portrait (in group) in The inferior sex. Hampton 24: 
561, Ap.'IO. 
Elliott, William, actor. 

Portrait. Cur. Lit. 48: 653, Je.'lO.— Pearson (N. Y.) 
23: 558, Ap.'IO. 
Faith healer. The, drama by W: V. Moody. 
Criticism. Hampton 24: 561-5, Ap.'IO. 
Review. Indep. 68: 989-90. My.5.^10. 
Famum. Dustin. actor, 1876-. 

Portrait. Met. M. 32: 128, Ap.'IO. 
Portrait as Eugene Kirby in Cameo Kirby. Theatre 
11: 126, Ap.'IO. 
Farrar, Geraldme, opera singer, 1880-. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 551, Ap.'IO. — World Today 

18: 629, Je.'lO. 
Portrait as Juliet in Govmod's Faust. Cosmopol. 48: 

542, Ap.'IO. 
Portrait as Mignon. Theatre 11: 135, My.'lO. 
Faust, drama by J. W. von Goethe. 

Production at Hof theatre, Weimar. R. Hartley, il. 
Theatre 11: 190, 192. 194. Je.'lO. 
Faust. Lotta. actress. 1880-1910. 

Portrait by Malcolm Strauss. N. Y. Dram. 63: Je.4,'10' 
4(*). 
Faversham, William Alfred, actor and dramatist, 1868-. 
The poetic drama in America. G. Bk. Album 3: 773-9, 

Ap.'IO. 
Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 678, Ap.'IO. 
Fedra, drama, by G. d'Annunzio. 

Announcement of. Theatre 11: xiv, Ap.'IO. 
Ferguson, Elsie, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 43: 274, My.'lO.— Theatre 11: 171, 
My.'lO. 
Ferrar, Beatrice, actress. 

Portrait. III. Lond. N. 136: 508, Ap.2,'10. 
Fighting chance, drama. 

Production at Lyceum theatre, London. III. Lond. N. 

136: 370(i), Mr. 12.' 10. 
Scene from (picture). III. Lond. N. 136: 422, Mr.l9,'10. 
Filkins, Grace, actress. 

Portrait. Harp. W. 54: Je.ll.'lO, 15. 



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Finlay, Vera, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 43: 270, My. '10. — Theatre 11: 104. 

Ap.'lO. 
Portrait as Mrs. Hunter Chase in Bright eyes. Every- 
body's 22: 704, Mv.'lO. 
Fiske, Mrs. Minnie Maddem (Marie Augusta Davey), 
(Mrs. H. G. Fiske), actress, 1865-. 
As Lona in Pillars of society, por. J. S. Metcalfe. 

Life 55: 680, Ap.H.'lO. 
Portrait. Les. W. 110: 385, Ap.21,'10; 110: 449, 
My.5.'10.— Met. M. 32: 400, Je.^10.— N. Y. Dram. 
63: Ap.2,'10, 1.— Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 833, Je.'lO.— 
Theatre 11: 97, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait as Hannele. Hampton 24: 823, Je.'lO. 
In repertoire. Hampton 24: 828-30, Je.'lO. 
Her work diuing season of 1909-10. Munsey 43 : 422-3, 
Je.'lO. 
Fitch, William Clyde, playwright, 1865-1909. 

The dramatist as a man of letters. W. P. Eaton. 
Scrib. M. 47: 490-7. Ap.'lO. 
Flaven, AUeen, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 623, Ap.'lO.— Theatre 11: 
188, Je.'lO. 
Forrest, Arthur, actor. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 513. My.26,'10. 
Fourth estate. The. play by J. M. Patterson and Harriet 
Ford. 
Novelization of. F. X. Finnegan. il. G. Bk. Album 
3: 1153-81, Je.'lO. 
Foy, Eddie (Edwin Fitzgerald), actor 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 915. My.'lO. 
France, Charles V., actor. 

Costume portrait as Time in The blue bird. Bkman 
(Lond.) 38: 23, Ap.'lO. 
Frederick, Pauline, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: cover, Je.'lO. 
Fremstad, Olive (Mrs. E. W. Sutphen), opera singer. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 551, Ap.'lO. 
Frenyear, Mabel, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 186, Je.'lO. 
Friebiis, Theodore, actor. 

Sketch of. G. Bk. Album 3: 878-9, Ap.'lO. 
Gadski, Mme. Johanna, opera singer, 1871-. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 550. Ap.'lO. — Theatre 11: 
128, Ap.'lO. 
Galland, Bertha, actress, 1877-. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 164. My.'lO. 
Garcia. Paviline Viardot- opera singer, 1821-1910. 

Critical article. C. L. G. Spectator 104: 881-3, 
My.28,'10. 
Garden of lies, drama by G: Broadhurst. 

Scene from (picture). Theatre 11: 194, Je.'lO. 
Garden, Mary, opera singer and dancer, 1876-. 
Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 1124, Je.'lO. 
Portrait as Marguerite in Faust. Theatre 11: cover, 

My.'lO. 
Portrait as Sapho. Theatre 11: 161, My.'lO. 
Portraits. Cosmopol. 48: 545. Ap.'lO. 
Gardner, Jack, actor. 

Portrait (in group) in Madame Sherry. Theatre 11: 
179. Je.'lO. 
Garrick, David, actor, 1717-1779. 

Portrait (in group) as Macbeth. 111. Lond. N. 136: 
579, Ap.l6°10. 
George, Grace (Mrs. W. A. Brady). 1880-. 

Portrait as Lady Teazle. Hampton 24: 565(i), 
Ap.'lO. 
Gilmer, Pauline, actress. 

Costume picture as Mytyl in The blue bird. Bkman 

(Lond.) 38: 15, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait. Bkman (Lond.) 38: 25, Ap.'lO. 
Girl he couldn't leave behind him. The, farce by G. 
Kadelburg. 
Criticism. Hampton 24: 702(i), My.'lO.— J. S. Met- 
calfe. Life 55: 517(i), Mr.24,'10. 
Production at Garrick theatre. N. Y. city. il. Theatre 

11: 102. X. Ap.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 700(i). My.'lO. 
Sketch, il. Met M. 32: 402-3. Je.'lO. 
Girl with the whooping cough. The, drama by S. Stange. 
Mayor Gavnor's action regarding. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 

55: 965(i), My.26.'10. 
Production at I^ew York theatre, N. Y. city, Ap., 
1910. N. Y. Dram. 63: My.7,'10, 8(i). 



Glaser, Lulu (Mrs. Ralph C Herz), actress, 1874-. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 203, Je.'lO. 
Glaser, Vaughn, actor. 

Portrait as St. Elmo. Theatre 11: 126, Ap.'lO. 
Glendinning, Ernest actor. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 1138, Je.'lO. 
Glendinning, John, actor. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 513, My.26,'10. 
Gluck, Alma, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 107. Ap.'lO. 
Goddess of liberty, musical farce. 

Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 48: 621, Ap.'lO. 
Goethe. Johann Wolfgang von, dramatist. 

Goethe's Faust acted at home. por. R. Hartley. 
Theatre 11: 190. 192. 194. Je.'lO. 
Gordon. Kitty (the Hon. Mrs. W. W. Horsley-Beresford). 
Qf* tress. 
Portrait. Theatre 11: 154. My.'lO. 
Grandfather. The, drama in five acts, by B. P. Gald6s; 
tr. from the Spanish by Elizabeth Wallace. 
Text. Poet Lore 21: 161-233, My.-Je.'lO. 
Grasso. Signor, Giovanni, actor. 

Sketch. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 109: 427-8, Ap.2,'10. 
His work as Othello, por. 111. Lond. N. 136: 461. 493, 
516, Ap.2,'10. 
Green cockatoo. The. drama by A. Schnitzler. 

Production at Lyceum theatre. N. Y. city. Ap.. 1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.23.'10. 7(i).— Theatre 11: 
xxix(i), My.'lO. 
Review. C. Hamilton. Bkman 31: 418(i). Je.'lO. 
Greenhorns. The. American folk-play by H. Kissling- 
Dobers. 
Production at Irving Place theatre, N. Y city, Ap., 
1910. N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.l6,'10, 5(i). 
Griselda, drama by G. Hauptmann. 

Outline of. U. L. M. D. Theatre 11: xvi, Ap.'lO. 
Guilbert, Yvette (Mrs. Max Schiller), opera singer, 1868-. 
Vaudeville experience in America, por. Am. M. 69: 
840-3, Ap.'lO. 
Gruitry, Lucien, actor. 

Most representative of living French actors, por. 
Theatre 11: 185, Je.'lO. 
Hackett, Norman, actor. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 910. My.'lO. 
Hackney, Mabel, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 838. Je.'lO. 
Portrait (with C: Millward). in the Three daughters of 
M. Dupont. Hampton 24: 829, Je.'lO. 
Hall. Laura Nelson (Mrs. F: Truesdelf). actress. 1876-. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 49: 85. Je.'lO. 
Hamlet. 

A new Shakesperian interpretation of "mobled." 
A. S. Pahner. Ox. & Camb. no. 9: 86-93. Lent '10. 
Hammerstein, Oscar, manager, 1847-. 

Grand opera in U. S. with some observations on Mr. 

Hammerstein. Lippinc. 85: 508-12, Ap.'lO. 
Mr. Hammerstein out. por. Cur. Lit. 48: 657-9, 
Je.'lO. — por. Lit. D. 40: 922-3, My.7,'10.— Nation 
90: 465-6, My.5,'10. 
Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 545, Ap.'lO. — G. Bk. Album 

3: 923, My.'lO. 
Passing of the Manhattan opera house, por. L. Gil- 
man. Harp. W. 54: My. 14,' 10, 25. 
Hammerstein. Stella, actress. 

Portrait. Harp. W. 54: Je.4,'10, 15. 
Hannah, Jane Osbom, opera singer, 1879-. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 547, Ap.'lO. 
Hannele, drama by G. Hauptmann. 

Description of. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 766(J) 

Ap.28,'10. 
First American production of. Theatre 11: 139-41 

xxii, My.'lO. 
Production at Lyceum theatre, N. Y. city, Ap., 1910. 

N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.23,'10, 7(J). 
Review. C.Hamilton. Bkman 31: 417-18, Je.'lO. 
Sketch. Harriet Quimby. Les. W. 110: 385. Ap.21.'10; 

418, Ap.28,'10. 
Synopsis. G. Bk. Albtmi 3: 1245-«, Je.'lO.— Hampton 
24: 829-30, Je.'lO. 
Hardy. Thomas, dramatist, 1840-. 

.^n appreciation on his 70th birthday. Bkman (Lond.) 

38: 122-3. Je.'lO. 
Portrait. Bkman (Lond.) 38: 122. Je.'lO. 



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Harrold, Orville, opera singer. 

Portrait as Canio. Theatre 11: 106, Ap.'lO. 
Harvest moon, The, drama by A. Thomas. 

Condensed by Lucy F. Pierce. World Today 18: 651-8, 

Je.'lO. 
Scenes from (pictures). G. Bk. Album 3: 673, 704, 
Ap.'lO. 
Harvey, John Martin, actor. 

Portrait as King Richard III. Graphic 81: 567, 
Ap.23,'10.— 111. Lond. N. 136: 604, Ap.23,'10. 
Hauptmarm, Gerhart Johann Robert, dramatist, 1862-. 
Portrait. Theatre 11: xvi. Ap.'lO; 11: 139, My.'lO. 
Heart of the Irishman, The, drama by L. Hatch. 

Scene from (picture). Indep. 68: 1129, My.26,'10. 
Helena's path, drama by A. Hope and C. Gordon-Leimox. 
Production at Repertory theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 670(i), My.7,'10. 
Henderson, Bemice, actress. 

Portrait. Hampton 24: 566, Ap.'lO. 
Henderson, Mrs. Ettie, actress, -1909. 
Portrait. Mimsey 43: 123, Ap.'lO. 
Hendrie, Ernest, actor. 

Costume picture as Tylo the dog in The blue bird. 
Bkman (Lond.) 38: 16, Ap.'lO. 
Henning, Violet, actress. 

Portrait in Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. Theatre 
11: 118, Ap.'lO. 
Her husband's wife, comedy by A. E. Thomas. 

Description. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 922 (i), My.l9,'10. 
Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city. My., 1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: My.21,'10, 10(J).— Theatre 11: 
175-7, Je.'lO. 
Heme, Katharine Chrystal, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 461, My. 12.' 10.— Theatre 11: 
200, Je.'lO. 
Holland, Edmund Milton, actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.2,'10, 3(i). 
Holland, Mildred, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 177, Je.'lO. 
Homer, Mme. Louise, opera singer. 

Portrait as Orfeo in Gluck's Orpheus and Eurydice. 
Cosmopol. 48: 544, Ap.'lO.— Theatre 11: 106, Ap.'lO. 
Hofmannsthal, Hugo von, dramatist. 
Work of. Theatre 11: 108, Ap.'lO. 
Hopper, DeWolf, actor. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 461, My.l2,'10. 
Horse thieves. The, drama by H. Hagerdon. 

Scene from (picture). Indep. 68: 1128, My.26,'10. 
Huff, Grace, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 160, My. '10. 
Hurlburt, William J., dramatist. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 925, My.'lO. 
Hypatia, drama. 

Scene from. Graphic 81: 605, Ap.30,'10. 
Ibsen, Henrik, dramatist, 1828-1906. 

Ibsen in Japan, il. Cur. Lit. 48: 428-9, Ap.'lO. 
Ibsen in youth. Lit. D. 40: 546(|). Mr.l9,'10. 
Ibsen as a pioneer of the woman movement. L. Ben- 
nett. Westm. 173: 278-85, Mr.'lO. 
Ibsenites and Ibsenism. W: Winter, il. Harp. W. 
54: My.21,'10, 24, 30. 
Inferior sex. The, drama by F. Stayton. 

Notice of production, il. Burr Mc. 22: 316-7, Ap.'lO. 

Outline of. il. Met. M. 32: 258-9, My.'lO. 

Plot. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 559-60, Ap.'lO. 

Scene from (picture). Everybody's 22: 558, Ap.'lO. — 

Hampton 24: 561, Ap.'lO. 
Sketch, il. Met. M. 32: 258-9, My.'lO. 
Synopsis. G. Bk. Album 3: 769-70, Ap.'lO. — Hamp- 
ton 24: 567-8, Ap.'lO. 
Irving, Ethel (Mrs. Gilbert Porteous), actress. 

Portrait as Lolette in Dame Nature. 111. Lond. N. 136: 
465, Mr.26,'10. 
Irving, Sir Henry (John Henry Brodribb), actor, 1838- 
1905. 
and his son. Comparison of, in same roles, pors. 

Windsor 31: 614-24, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait as Charles I. Windsor 31: 621, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait (in group). 3: 677, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait as Hamlet. Windsor 31: 614, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait as Matthias. Windsor 31 : 617, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait as Mr. Hyde in Dr. Jekyll and Hyde. Bookman 

31: 118, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait as Louis XI. Windsor 31: 618, Ap.'lO. 



Irving, Henry Brodribb, actor-manager, 1870-. 
Portrait as Charles I. Windsor 31: 620, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait as Hamlet. Windsor 31 : 615, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait as Louis XI. Windsor 31: 619, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait as Matthias. Windsor 31: 616, Ap.'lO. 
His production of Louis XI. Brief estimate. 111. Lond. 
N. 136: 686 (J), My.7,'10. 
Irving, Isabel (Mrs. W. H. Thompson), actress, 1871-. 
Isabel Irving, the eternal ingenue, por. A. Patterson. 
Theatre 11: 124, 126-8, Ap.'lO. 
Irving, Lawrence Sidney, actor and translator, 1871-. 
Portrait as M. Dupont in Three daughters of M. 
Dupont. Hampton 24: 829, Je.'lO. 
Islander, The, play by F. Marshall and Faradav. 
Description. Graphic 81: 628(i), Ap.30,'10.' 
Production at Apollo theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 646(J), Ap.30,'10. 
Ivanhoe, opera by Sir A. Sullivan. 

Scene from. (Graphic 81: 341, My.l2,'10. 
Ives, Charlotte, actress. 

Portrait. World Today 18: 584, Je.'lO. 
Portrait as Beatrice in The upstart. Theatre 11:1 78, 
Je.'lO. 
James, Lotus, actor, 1842-1910. 

Career and death of. por. Theatre 11: iv, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 910, My.'lO. 
Jav, Isabel, actress. 

J'ortrait (in group) as Princess Stephanie in Balkan 
princess. 111. Lond. N. 136: 422, Mr. 19, '10. 
Jeanne d'Arc at Vaucouleurs, romantic drama by W. 
Hutchins. 
Text. Poet Lore 21: 97-148, Mr.-Ap.'lO. 
Jim, the penman, drama by Sir C: L. Young. 
Criticism. World Today 18: 584-5, Je.'lO. 
Present and past productions of. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 

55: 964(i), My.26,'10. 
Production at Lyric theatre, N. Y. city. My., 1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: My.21,'10, 10(i).— il. Theatre 11: 
iii, 174, ix-x, Je.'lO. 
Johnson, Ethel, actress. 

Portrait. Met. M. 32: 120, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait as a Swedish maid in "The old town. Cosmopol. 
49: 87, Je.'lO. 
Jolly bachelors. The, comic opera by G. MacDonough 
and R. Hubbel. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 32: 123-4, Ap.'lO. 
Sketch, il. Met. M. 32: 124-5, Ap.'lO. 
Tom, Carl, opera singer. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 551, Ap.'lO. 
Julius CcEsar, drama bv W: Shakespeare. 

Production at the Shakespeare festival, London. 111. 
Lond. N. 136: 554, 556, Ap.9,'10. 
Just a wife, comedy by E. Walter. 

Review, il. Bkman 31 : 142-4, Ap.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 702(i), My.'lO. 
Synopsis. G. Bk. Album 3: 765-6, Ap.'lO. — Hampton 
24: 702-3, My.'lO. 
Justice, drama by J: Galsworthy. 

Criticism. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 109: 296-7, Mr.5,'10. 
Review of work. Bkman (Lond.) 38: 50(i), Ap.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). 111. Lond. N. 136: 352, Mr.5,'10. 
Kaelred, Katherine, actress. 

Portrait. Harp. W. 54: 14, Ap.9,'10.— Pearson (N. Y.) 
23: 698, My.'lO.— Theatre 11: 119, Ap.'lO. 
Karsavina, Mile. Tamara, dancer. 

Portrait in costume. 111. Lond. N. 136: 842, My.28,'10. 
Keane, Doris, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 1140, Je.'lO.— Theatre 11: 
196, Je.'lO. 
Kelly, William J., actor. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 385, Ap.21,' 10.— Theatre 11: 
104, Ap.'lO. 
Kennedy, Frances, actress. 

Portrait (with her son). G. Bk. Album 3: 691, Ap.'lO. 
Kenyon, Neil, actor. 

Portrait as the Baroness in Babes in the wood. 111. 
Lond. N. 136: 646, Ap.30,'10. 
Kemell, Harry, actor. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 687, Ap.'lO. 
King Henry IV, drama by W: Shakespeare. 

Performance of, at old Globe theatre, London (pic- 
ture). Theatre 11: 195, Je.'lO. 
King of Cadonia, drama by F: Lonsdale and S. Jones. 
Scene from (picture). Am. M. 70: 109, My.'lO. — 
Cosmopol. 48: 619, Ap.'lO. 



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Kosloff, Theodore, dancer. 

Portrait (in group). 111. Lond. N. 136: 842, My.28,'10. 
Lackaye, James, actor. 

Portrait as the Judge in The upstart. Theatre 11 : 178, 
Je.'lO. 
Lackaye, Wilton, actor, 1862-. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 513, My.26,'10. 
Portrait (in group) as James Ralston in Jim the Pen- 
man. Theatre 11: 173, Je.'lO. 
Lady from Lobster Square, The, farce adapted from the 
French. 
Condemnation of. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 681(J), 

Ap.14,'10. 
Production at Weber's theatre, N. Y. city, Ap., 1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: 5(i), Ap.l6,'10. 
Lang, Matheson, actor. 

Portrait. Met. M. 32: 390, Je.'lO. 

Portrait (in group) in Twelfth night. Everybody's 22 : 

554, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait (with Annie Russell) as Duke of Orsino. 
Hampton 24: 568(i), Ap.'lO. 
Langtry, Lillie, actress, 1853-. 

Portrait. Cent. 79: 886, Ap.'lO. 
La Rue, Grace, actress. 

In Mollie May J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 725(|). 
Ap.21,'10. 



Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 626, Ap.'lO.— Les. W. 110: 
""""■" ~' 11: 136, My.'lO. 

Latham, Hope, actress. 



385, Ap.21,'10.— Theatre 



Portrait. Munsey 43: 414, Je.'lO. 
Lauder, Harry, Scotch comedian, 1870-. 

Portrait. Am. M. 69: 842, Ap.'lO. 
La Verne, Lucille, actress. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.23,'10, 2(J). 
Lawton, Mary, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 152, My.'lO. 
Lawton, Thais, actress. 

Portrait. Met. M. 32: 390, Je.'lO. 
Lean, Cecil, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 104, Ap.'lO. 
Le Baron, Louise, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 176, Je.'lO. 
Leggiero, Rita, dancer. 

Portrait in costume as a penguin. 111. Lond. N. 136: 
464, Mr.26,'10. 
Lewis, Jeffreys, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 513, My.26,'10. 
Lieb, Lora, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 43: 419, Je.'lO. 
Life's Importance, drama by F. Salten. 

Sketch. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 109: 395, Mr.26,'10. 
Lily, The, drama by P. Wolff and G. Leroux, adapted 
from the French by D: Belasco. 
Scene from (picttire). Les. W. 110: 319, Mr.31,'10. — 
Cosmopol. 48: 618, 623, Ap.'lO. 
Little brother of the rich. A, play by J. M. Patterson and 
Harriet Ford. 

Outline of. il. Met. M. 32: 125-6, Ap.'lO. 
Sketch, il. Met. M. 32: 126-7, Ap.'lO. 
Little Eyolf, drama by H. Ibsen. 

Estimate of . W: Winter, il. Harp. W. 54: My.21,'10, 

24. 
Production at Nazimova theatre, N. Y. city. J. S. 
Metcalfe. Life 55: 766(i), Ap.28,'10.— N. Y. Dram. 
63: Ap.30,'10, 8(4).— il. Theatre 11: 201, viii-ix, 
Je.'lO. 
Review. C.Hamilton, il. Bkman 31: 416-17, Je.'lO 
—Collier's 45: My.7,'10, 34(i).— Hampton 24: 828(i) 
Je.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 824(i), Je.'lO. 
Little Nemo, comic opera by V. Herbert and H. B. Smith. 

Scene from (picture). Am. M. 70: 107, My.'lO. 
Lloyd, Marie, actress. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Albiun 3: 917, My.'lO. 
Loftus, Cecelia, actress and dramatist, 1876-. 

Portrait. Am. M. 69: 841, Ap.'lO. 
Lonely lives, drama by G. Hauptmann. 

Review. C. Hamilton. Bkman 31: 418(J), Je.'lO. 
Longfellow, Malvina V., actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 325, Ap.'lO. — G. Bk. Albtmi 
3: 1149, Je.'lO.— Munsey 43: 127, Ap.'lO.— Theatre 
11: 149, My.'lO. 
Loraine, Robert, actor. 

Portrait as Bob Acres in The rivals. 111. Lond. N. 136: 
636, Ap.9,'10. 



Louis XI, drama by J. F. C. Delavigne. 

Production at Queen's theatre, London. Criticism of. 
111. Lond. N. 136: 686(§), My.7,'10. 
Love's understudy, character sketch bv R : Fechheimer. 
Production at Lyceum theatre. N. Y. city. My., 1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: My. 14,' 10, 6(f). 
Lovett, Josephine, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 627, Ap.'lO. 
Lucky star. A, farce by Anne C. Flexner, adapted from 
C. N. and A. M. Williamson's novel The motor 
chaperon. 
Criticism. Hampton 24: 565-6, Ap.'lO. 
Notice. Burr Mc. 22: 322(i), Ap.'lO. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 32: 254-5, My.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Theatre 11: 114, Ap.'lO. 
Sketch of. il. Met. M. 32: 254-5, My.'lO. 
Lulu's husbands, comedy adapted from the French by 
T. Buchanan. 
Brief description of. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 767(1), 

Ap.28,'10. 
Criticism. Hampton 24: 828, Je.'lO. 
Production at Maxine Elliott's theatre, N. Y. city, 
Ap., 1910. N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.23,'10, 7(*).— 
Theatre 11: 177, viii, Je.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 827, Je.'lO. — 
Les. W. 110: 513, My.26,'10.— Theatre 11: 133, 
My.'lO. 
Lussan, Mme. Zelie de, singer. 

Portrait as Carmen. 111. Lond. N. 136: 678, My.7,'10. 
Macbeth, drama by W : Shakespere. 

As produced by Garrick and Mrs. Pritchard in 1763. 
Scene from (picture). Ill Lond. N. 136: 579, Ap.l6,'10. 
Tragedy of Macbeth. M. Maeterlinck. Forum 43: 
400-8, Ap.'lO.— Fortn. 93: 692-701, Ap.'lO. 
McCord, Vera, actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 696, My.'lO. 
McCormack, John, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 107, Ap.'lO. 
McCoy, Bessie, dancer. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: cover, My.'lO. 
McEvoy, Charles, dramatist. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 390, Mr.l2,'10. 
Mack, Norman, actor. 

Portrait (in group) in The cricket. Hampton 24: 826, 
Je.'lO. 
McRae, Bruce, actor, 1867-. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 127, Ap.'lO. 
Madame Sherry, French vaudeville, by G. Hauerbach 
and K. Hoschna. 
Production at Colonial theatre, Chicago, il. Theatre 
11: 179-80, Je.'lO. 
Madame X, drama by A. Bisson. 

Criticism. Hampton 24: 569-70, Ap.'lO. 

Estimate of. il. Everybody's 22: 699, 701-2, My.'lO ' 

Estimate of and excerpts from. il. Cur. Lit. 48- 

649-55, Je.'lO. 
Notice of production, il. BurrMc 22: 318-9, Ap.'lO. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 392-3, Je.'lO. 
Plot. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 554-5, Ap.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 564(i), Ap.'lO. — 
Les. W. 110: 319, Mr.31,'10.— Harp. W. 54: Ap.9,'10, 
24. 
Sketch, il. Met. M. 32: 392-3, JeJ'lO. 
Madras House, The, drama by G. Barker. 

Criticism. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 109: 362-3, Mr. 19, '10. 
Production at Repertory theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 136: 422(J), Mr.l9,'10. 
Maeterlinck, Mme. Geagette Leblanc-. 

Portraits. Bkman (Lond.) 38: 10-11, 13, Ap.'lO. 
Maeterlinck, Maurice, dramatist, 1862-. 

Maurice Maeterlinck. A biographical study with 

two essays by M. Maeterlinck. Trans, from the 

French of Gerard Harry by Alfred AUinson (review). 

Sat. R. 110: 663-4, My.21,'10. 

The man and his work, pors. H. Jackson, il. Bkman 

(Lond.) 38: 11-21, Ap.'lO. 
Mysticism of. por. Jane T. Stoddart. il. Bkman 

(Lond.) 38: 21-4, Ap.'lO. 
Pelleas and Melisande. Review. A. Lang. il. 111. 

Lond. N. 136: 384, Mr.l2,'10. 
Portrait. Bkman (Lond.) 38: supp., Ap.'lO.— (1902). 

Bkman (Lond.) 38: 21. Ap.'lO. 
Portrait with wife. Bkman (Lond.) 38: 13, Ap.'lO. 



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Maeterlinck, Maurice — (continued). 

Sketch of. pors. A. Sutro. il. Bkman (Lond.) 38:9-11, 
Ap.'lO. 
Magrane, Thais, actress. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.l6,'10, 2(i). 
Mannering, Mary (Florence Friend), (formerly Mrs. 
James K. Hackett), actress, 1876-. 
Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 395, My.'lO. — Cosmopol. 48: 

767, My.' 10.— Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 559, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait (in group) in A man's world. Am. M. 70: 265, 
Je.'lO. 
Manners, G. Hartley, dramatist. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Albimi 3: 911, My.'lO. 
Man's a man, A, drama. 

Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 48: 627, Ap.'lO. 
Man's world. A, drama by Rachel Crothers. 
Criticism. Hampton 24: 579, Ap.'lO. 
Estimate of. Everybody's 22: 703, 705, My.'lO. 
Its lesson. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 552(J), Ap.'lO. 
Notice of production, il. Burr Mc. 22 : 394-5, My.'lO. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 32: 266-7, My.'lO. 
Plot. U. Harp. W. 54: Mr.26,'10, 24. 
Review, il. Bkman 31: 139-42, Ap.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 563(i^), Ap.'lO. 
Sketch, il. Met. M. 32: 266. My.'lO. 
Mansfield, Richard, actor, 1857-1907. 

The actor and the critic, por. W: Winter. Theatre 

11: 195-7, vi, Je.'lO. 
Solitary genius of. por. Cur. Lit. 48: 433-6, Ap.'lO. 
Winter, W: Life and art of Richard Mansfield (re- 
view). Bookman 31: 180-3, Ap.'lO.— Theatre 11: 
195-7, vi, Je.'lO. 
Marble, John S., actor. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Albiun 3: 924, My.'lO. 
Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 699, My.'lO; 23: 840, 
Je.'lO. 
Marriage nest, The, comedy by G. Davis. 

Production at Irving Place theatre, N. Y. city, Ap., 

1910. N. Y Dram. 63: Ap.23,'10, 8(i). 
Portrait as George Frederick Hannock in The city. 

Everybody's 22: 843, Je.'lO. 
Work in The city. W: Winter. Harp. W. 54: Ap.l6, 
'10, 24, 30. 
Martin, Riccardo, grand opera singer, 1879-. 

An American tenor at last. H. T. Finck. pors. Cent. 

80: 71-5, My.'lO. 
Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 550, Ap.'lO. 
Mary Magdalene, tragedy by F. Hebbel. 

Production at Hackett theatre, N. Y. city. My., 1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: My.28,'10, 8(i). 
Mason, John, actor. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 513, My.26,'10. 
Massenet, Jules Emile F:, composer, 1842-. 

Portrait (in group with C. Saint-Saens). 111. Lond. N. 
136: 352, Mr.5,'10. 
Matinee idol, A. musical comedy by Armand and A. 
Barnard. Music by S. Hein and lyrics by E. R. 
Goetz and S. Brown. 
Outline of. il. Harp. W. 54: My.l4,'10, 24. 
Production at Daly's theatre, N. Y. city, Ap., 1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: My.7,'10, 8(J).— Theatre 11: 177, 
Je.'lO. 
Matthison, Edith Wynne (Mrs. C: R. Kennedy), actress. 
Portrait. Mimsey 43: 412, Je.'lO.— Theatre 11: 191, 

Je.'lO.— World Today 18: 472, My.'lO. 
Portrait as Hermione. Theatre 11: 143, My.'lO. — 

(in group). Theatre 11: 145, My.'lO. 
Portrait in Sister Beatrice. Hampton 24: 703 (J), 

My.'lO.— (in group). Lit. D. 40: 813, Ap.23,'10. 
Portrait in Winter's tale. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 837, 

Je.'lO. 
As Sister Beatrice in Sister Beatrice, por. Everybody's 

22: 845, Je.'lO. 
Stage career. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 694-6, My.'lO. 
Mauboure, Jeanne, opera singer. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 546, Ap.'lO. 
Maud, Bonnie, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 148, My.'lO. 
Maude, Margery, actress. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 390, Mr.l2,'10. 
Meredith, George, author and dramatist, 1828-1909. 
Meredith tested in the theatre. Lit. D. 40: 648(}), 

Ap.2,'10. 
Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 391. Mr.l2,'10. 



Merry wives of Windsor, drama by W: Shakespeare. 
Production at His Majesty's theatre, London, by Sir 
H. B. Tree, Ellen Terry and others. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 516, 518, Ap.2,'10. 
Scene from. Graphic 81: 604-5, Ap.9,'10. 
Meyer, Frau Marie. 

Portrait as Magdelen in Passion play. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 536, Ap.9,'10. 
Mid-Channel, drama by A. W. Pinero. 
Criticism. Hampton 24: 569(i), Ap.'lO. 
Estimate of. Everybody's 22: 696-8. My.'lO. 
Notice of production, il. Burr Mc. 22: 320-1, Ap.'lO. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 32: 394-5, Je.'lO.— il. Harp. 

W. 54: Ap.2,'10, 24. 
Plot. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 553-4, Ap.'lO. 
Sketch. G. Bk. Album 3: 764-5, Ap.'lO.— Met. M. 32: 
394-5, Je.'lO. 
Midnight sons. The, comic opera by R. Hubbell and G. 
MacDonough. 
Scene from (picture). Am. M. 70: 111, My.'lO. 
Mikado The, comic opera by W: S. Gilbert and A. S. 
Sullivan. 
Production at Casino theatre, N. Y. city. My., 1910. 

N. Y. Dram. 63: Je.ll,'10, 6(i). 
Revival of. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 1062(i), Je.9,'10. 
Miller, Henry, actor, 1859-. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 174, Je.'lO. 
Miller, Henry, Jr., actor. 

Portraits. 6. Bk. Album 3: 908, My.'lO. 
Millward, Charles A., actor. 

Portrait (with Mabel Hackney) in Three daughters of 
M. Dupont. Hampton 24: 829, Je.'lO. 
Miracle-plays. 

Sacrince-of-Abraham. York miracle-play of 15th cen- 
tury (picture). 111. Lond. N. 136: 344, Mr.5,'10. 
Miss Nobody from Starland, musical play by H. J. 
Mitchell and others. 
Production at Princess theatre, Chicago. L. F. P. il. 
Theatre 11: 110-11, Ap.'lO. 
Miss Patsy, play by S. CoUms. 

Novelization of. A. F. Greene, il. G. Bk. Album 3: 

929-53, My.'lO. 
Production m Chicago. L. F. P. il. Theatre 11: 

110-11, Ap.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). G. Bk. Album 3: 897, My.'lO. 
Misalliance, drama by G: B. Shaw. 

Criticism. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 109: 262-3, F.26,'10. 
Production at Duke of York theatre, London, il. 111. 
Lond. N. 136: 352(i), Mr.5,'10. 
Mrs. Dot, play by W: S. Maugham. 

Outline of. il. Met. M. 32: 116-7, Ap.'lO. 

Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 562(i), Ap.'lO. — 

Les. W. 110: 319, Mr.31,'10. 
.Sketch, il. Met. M. 32: 116-17, Ap.'lO. 
Synopsis. G. Bk. Albvim 3: 767-8, Ap.'lO.— Hamp- 
ton 24: 570, Ap.'lO. 
Modjeska, Helena, actress. 1844-1909 Memoirs, pors. 
U. Cent. 80: 85-103, My.'lO. 
Portrait as Maria Stuart. Cent. 79: 879, Ap.'lO. 
MoUie May, musical farce, by J. Edwards and W. Browne. 
Production at Hackett theatre, N. Y. city. J. S. Met- 
calfe. Life 55: 724(i), Ap.21,'10.— N. Y. Dram. 63: 
Ap.l6,'10, 5(i). 
Scene from (picture). Cosmopol. 48: 626, Ap.'lO. 
Monroe, Frank, actor. 

Portrait as Doyle the detective in Alias Jimmy Valen- 
tine. Everybody's 22: 557, Ap.'lO. 
Mordant, Edwin, actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 63: Je.4,'10, 1. 
Mordkine, Michael, Russian dancer. 

Dancing of. por. Theatre 11: 107, Ap.'lO. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 604, Ap.23,'10.— Lit. D. 

40: 545, Mr.l9,'10.— Munsey 43: 420, Je.'lO. 
Portrait with Anna Pavlowa. Theatre 11:115, Ap.'lO. 
Portraits with Anna Pavlowa in Greek dance. Lit. D. 
40: 545, Mr.l9,'10. 
Morris, Clara (Mrs. F. C. Harriott), actress. 1846-. 

Career. por. Asmodeus. N. Y. Dram. 63: My.28,'10, 9. 
Morris, Margaret, dancer. 

Portrait in costume. 111. Lond. N. 136: 464, Mr.26.'10. 
Mother, drama by J. E. Goodman. 

Production at Grand Opera house, Chicago, il. 
Theatre 11: 146, My.'lO. 



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Moving picttires. 

Moving picture revolution. Glenmore Davis, il. Suc- 
cess 13: 238-40, 271, Ap.'lO. 
Where they are made. F. M. White. G. Bk. Album 3: 
1060-5, My.'lO. 
Murphy, Will H., actor. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 319, Mr.31,'10. 
Musical comedy. 

Cost of. il. Am. M. 70: 105-13, My.'lO. 
Naked truth. The, farce by G: Paston and W: B. Max- 
well. 
Production at Wyndham theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 136: 604(t). Ap.23,'10. 
Nash, Florence, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 461, My. 12,' 10. — Pearson 
(N. Y.) 23: 836. Je.'lO. 
Nash, George, actor. 

Portrait with Adelaide Nowak. Good House 50: 456, 
Ap.'lO.— G. Bk. Album 3: 673, Ap.'lO. 
Nazimova, Mme. Anna, actress, 1879-. 

Brief comment on her work. Mimsey 43: 425(^), 

Je.'lO. 
Her American "Doll's hotise." por. il. Theatre 11: 

168-71, My.'lO. 
Portrait. Les. W. 110: 418, Ap.28,' 10.— Theatre 11: 

132, My.'lO. 
Portrait as Rita Alkners in Little Eyolf. Les. W. 110: 

437, My.5,'10. 
Portrait (in group) in Little Eyolf. Hampton 24: 824, 
Je.'lO.— Theatre 11: 201, Je.'lO. 
New age, The, drama by D : Carb. 

Scene from (picttu^). Indep. 68: 1127, My.26,'10. 
NichoUs, Harry, actor. 

Portrait as Bill Avery in Alias Jimmy Valentine. 111. 
Lond. N. 136: 568, Ap.l6,'10. 
Nielson, Christine, actress. 

Portrait. Mvmsey 43: 127, Ap.'lO. 
Nigger, The, drama by E: Sheldon. 

Outline of. il. Met. M. 32: 118-19, Ap.'lO. 
None so blind, drama by E. Poole. 

Review. Bookman 3 1: 1 43-4, Ap . ' 1 . 
Norman, Christine, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 147, My.'lO. 
North, Wilfred, actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 63: Je.4,'10, 3(i). 
Nowak, Adelaide, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 188, Je.'lO. 

Portrait with G: Nash. Good House 50: 456, Ap.'lO. 

— G. Bk. Album 3: 673, Ap.'lO. 
Sketch of. G. Bk. Album 3: 1113-4, My.'lO. 
Old town. The, musical comedy by G : Ade and G. Luders. 

Sketch, il. Met. M. 32: 120-1, Ap.'lO. 
Oily, Mme. Marietta, actress. 

Her appearance in America. Munsey 43: 425(J), 

Je.'lO. 
English debut in La Rafale. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 834-5, 

Je.'lO. 
As Helene in The whirlwind. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 

620(i), Ap.7,'10. 
Portrait. Les. W. 110: 418, Ap.28, '10.— Pearson (N. Y.) 
23: 836, Je.'lO.— Theatre 11: 141, My.'lO.— World 
Today 18: 359, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait as Helene in The whirlwind. Everybody's 
22: 842, Je.'lO. 
O'Neill, Nance (Gertrude Lamson), actress, 1875-. 
Portrait. Am. M. 70: 268, Je.'lO. — G. Bk. Album 3: 
1129, Je.'lO. 
Opera. 

The season's operas in review. J. M. Rogers. Bk. 

News 28: 681-2, My.'lO. 
Strauss's Elektra, and the future of music drama. 
E: A. Baughan. Liv. Age 265: 265-70, Ap.30,'10. 
Opera in America. 

Can America produce its own opera singers? Delinea- 
tor 75: 115, 154-6, Mr.'lO. 
Grand opera in the U. S. with some observations on 

Mr. Hammerstein. Lippinc. 85: 508-12, Ap.'lO. 
New York city. Exit Mr. Hammerstein. il. Cur. Lit. 
48: 657-9, Je.'lO.— Lit. D. 40: 922-3, My.7,'10.— 
Nation 90: 465-6. My.5,'10. 
New York city. Latter part of season 1909-10. il. 
Theatre 11: 106-8, Ap.'lO. 



Opera in America — (contined). 

New York city. Passing of the Manhattan opera 

house. L. Oilman. Harp. W. 54: My. 14,' 10, 25.— 

N. Music R. 9: 351-2, Je.UO. 
New York city. Season at Manhattan opera house, 

1909-10. N. Music R. 9: 300-1, My.'lO. 
New York city. Season at Metropolitan opera house, 

1909-10. N. Music R. 9: 302-3, My.'lO. 
The opera season in America. H. E. Krehbiel. Col- 
lier's 45: My.l4,'10, 45-6. 
Philadelphia. The season's operas in review. J. M. 

Rogers. Bk. News 28: 681-2, My.'lO. 
Opera in Europe. 

England. Plans for 1910 in London. 111. Lond. N. 136: 

536m, Ap.9,'10. 
England. Season of 1910 at Covent Garden. 111. Lond. 

N. il. 136: 614-15, Ap.23,'10; 136: 846(i),My.28,'10. 
Productions during May, 1910. 111. Lond. N. 136: 

678(i), My.7.'10. 
Vienna and her musicians. G: De Forrest. G. Bk. 

Album 3: 1046-50, My.'lO. 
Opera houses. 

Boston opera house, il. Arch. & B. M. 42: 207-12, 

Mr.'lO. 
Opp, Julie (Mrs. W: Favershaml, actress. 

Portrait (with her son). G. Bk. Album 3: 1135, Je.'lO. 
Orfeo ed Euridice, opera by C : W. Gluck. 
Description, il. Graphic 81: 582, Ap.23,'10. 
Revival of Gluck's Orpheus at the Savoy theatre, 

London. Spectator 104: 673-4, Ap.23,'10. 
Othello, drama by W: Shakespere. 

Production at Lyric theatre, London, by Sicilian 

players. Commendation of. 111. Lond. N. 136: 

516(i), Ap.2,'10. 
As produced in December, 1660, when women first 

appeared on the stage. Scene from (picture). 111. 

Lond. N. 136: 509, Ap.2,'10. 
Description, il. Graphic 81: 462, Ap.2,'10. 
Page, Norman, actor. 

Costume picture as Tylette the cat in The blue bird. 

Bkman (Lond.) 38: 16, Ap.'lO. 
Pageants in America. 

Bryn Mawr. Old revels in a modem setting. L. C. 

Willcox. il. Harp. W. 54: My.21,'10. 17.— Outlook 

95: 108-12, My.21.'10. 
Outdoor j)lays and pageants : a sketch of the move- 
ment m America. H. Mackaye. il. Indep. 68: 

1227-34, Je.2,'10. 
Pageants in Europe. 
London. Crystal palace. The festival of Empire. 

R. Cariyle. il. Canad. M. 25: 25-30. My.'lO. 
London, Pageant of. Performance of a masque by 

Ben Johnson. Scene from (picture). 111. Lond. N. 

136:672. My.7.'10. 
Palace of truth, The, farce by W. S. Gilbert. 

Production at Garden theatre, N. Y. city, Mr., 1910. 

N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.9,'10. 6(i). 
Pantomime. 

The folk-lore of pantomime. C: Collins. G. Bk. Album 

3:974-7, My.'lO. 
Parasites, drama adapted from Balzac's novel. 

Production at Globe theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 

136: 798, 800, My.21,'10. 
Passing of the third floor back, drama by J. K. Jerome. 
Estimate of. W. Winter, il. Harp. W. 54: Ap.l6,'10, 

30. 
Passion play. 

In Havana, Cuba. Lucy F. Pierce 

1190-3, Je.'lO. 
Oberammergau players in private life. il. Graphic 81 : 

436, My.26,'10. 
Passion play of Oberammergau. Translated by M. J. 

Moses (review). Indep. 68: 932(i), Ap.28,'10. — 

Nation 90: 465 (i), My.5,'10. 
Pledge of Oberammergau. M. J. Moses, il. Bk. News 

28: 742-9, Je.'lO. 
Preparing for. Collier's 45: My. 12, '10, 6. 
Pauldmg, Frederick, actor. 

Portraits. G. Bk. Album 3: 919, My.'lO. 
Pavlowa, Mile. Anna, Russian dancer. 

Dancing of. por. E. L. Theatre 11: 115, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait. Theatre 11: 165, My.'lO. 



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Pavlowa, Mile. Anna — {continued). 

Portrait in costume. Hampton 24: 698(f), My.' 10. — 
111. Lond. N. 136: 604, Ap.23,'10; 136: 647, Ap.30,'10; 
136: 678, My.7,'10. 
Portrait with Michel Mordkine. Lit. D. 40: 545 

Mr.l9,'10.— Munsey 43: 420, Je.'lO. 
Pendleton, Eleanor, actress. 
Portrait. Theatre 11: 160, My.' 10. 
Perry, Frederick, actor. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 617, Ap.'lO. 
Pillars of society, drama, by H. Ibsen. 

Mrs. Fiske's revival of. Everybody's 22: 849-50, 

Je.'lO. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 32: 400-1, Je.'lO. 
Production at Lvceum theatre, N. Y. city, Mr., 1910. 
J. S. Metcalfe'. Life 55: 680-1, Ap.l4,'10.— N. Y. 
Dram. 63: Ap.9,'10, 6(J).— il. Theatre 11: 129-33, 
139, My.'lO. 
Review. C.Hamilton, il. Bkman 31: 414-17, Je.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Les. W. 110: 418, Ap.28,'10. 
Synopsis. G. Bk. Album 3: 1244-5, Je.'lO. 
Pipe of desire, opera by F: S. Converse and G: E: Barton. 
Criticism. Lit. D. 40: 647-8, Ap.2,'10.— N. Music R. 
9: 297-9, My.'lO. 
Estimate of. L. Gilman. Harp. W. 54: Ap.9,'10, 25. 
Production at Metropolitan opera house. Nation: 90: 
299(i), Mr.24,'10. 
Piper, The, drama by J. P. Peabody. 

Wins prize. Theatre 11: xix, Ap.'lO. 
Pique Dame, opera by P. I. Tschaikowsky. 
Criticism. N. Mtisic R. 9: 251-2, Ap.'lO. 
Playwrights. 

Plays that don't get played. J : Corbin. World's Work 

20: 13035-41, Je.'lO. 
Taking liberties with Oscar Wilde. Munsey 43 : 277-8, 

My.^lO. 
Yovmg American playwrights, il. Collier's 45: My.21, 
•10,21. 
Plymton, Eben, actor. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 63: My.21, '10, 12(i). 
Poia, opera by A. Nevin and R. Hartley. 

Production at the Royal Opera House, Berlin. Cur. Lit. 
48: 659-60, Je.'lO. 
Polaire, Mile. 

Portrait in costume in Le Visiteur. Graphic 81: 427, 
My.26.'10. 
Pot of caviare, drama by Sir A. C. Doyle. 

Production at Adelphi theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 664, Ap.30,'10. 
Powers, James 'r., actor. 

Portrait (with his wife). G. Bk. Album 3: 1137, 
Je.'lO. 
Preobrajenskaia, Mile. Olga, dancer. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 842, My.28,'10. 
Prince and the beggar maid, drama by W. Howard. 
Production at Lyceum theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 686, 688, My.7,'10. 
Pritchard, Mrs. Hannah, actress, 1711-1768. 

Portrait (in group) as Lady Macbeth. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 579, Ap.l6,'10. 
Quinlan, Gertrude, actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 928, My.'lO. — (in group). 
G. Bk. Album 3: 897, My.'lO. 
Rafale, La, drama by H. Bernstein. 

Plot. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 834-5, Je.'lO. 
Rajah's bride. The, operetta by A. C. Eggers and H. 
Spietter. 
Production at Irving place theatre, N. Y. city, Mr., 
1910. N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.9,'10, 6(i). 
Rankin, McKee, actor. 

Portrait as Jacques Frochard in The two orphans. 
Theatre 11: 157, My.'lO. 
Rasch, Mile. Albertine, dancer. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 319, Mr.31,'10. 
Reed, Florence, actress. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 461, My.l2,'10.— N. Y. Dram. 
63: Mr.26,'10, 2. 
Reicher, Hedwig, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 616, Ap.'lO.— Pearson (N. Y.) 
23:837, Je.'lO. 
Rejane, Mme. Gabrielle (Charlotte Reju), actress, 1857-. 

Portrait. 111. I>ond. N. 136: 604, Ap.23,'10. 
Return, The, drama by F. Salten. 

Sketch. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 109: 395, Mr.26,'10. 



Ring, Blanche (Mrs. F: E. McKay), actress, 1876-. 
Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 400, My.'lO. — Munsey 43: 

126, Ap.'lO.— Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 699, My.'lO. 
Portrait m The Yankee giri. Am. M. 70: 112, My.'lO.— 
Cosmopol. 49: 82, Je.UO.— Theatre 11: 113, Ap.'lO. 
— (in group). Hampton 24: 566, Ap.'lO. 
Ring, Frances, actress. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 897, My.'lO. 
Ritchie, Adele, actress, 1874-. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 695, Ap.'lO. 
Rivals, The, drama by R: B. Sheridan. 

Description, il. Graphic 81: 488, Ap.9,'10. 
Production at Lyric theatre, London. III. Lond. N. 
136: 554(i), Ap.9,'10. 
Roberts, Florence (Mrs. Lewis Morrison), actress, 1871-. 
Portrait. Les. W. 110: 513, My.26,'10. 
Portrait as Mrs. Ralston in Jim the Penman. Harp. W. 
54: My.21, '10, 15.— (in group). Theatre 11: 173, 
Je.'lO. 
Roberts, Theodore, actor. 

Portrait. Les. W. 110: 513, My 26, '10. 
Robertson, Donald, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 177, Je.'lO. 
Portrait (in group) as Beethoven. Hampton 24: 826 
Je.'lO.— Theatre 11: 129, My.'lO. 
Robertson, Johnston Forbes-, actor, 1853-. 

Portrait as Romeo. Cent. 79: 883, Ap.'lO. 
Rockwell, Florence, actress, 1880-. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 622, Ap.'lO. 
Rose, Enid, actress. 

Portrait. Bkman (Lond.) 38: 54, My.'lO. 
Portrait as Light in The blue bird. Bkman (Lond.) 
38: 54, My.'lO. 
Rose, Frances (Mrs. Conrad), opera singer. 

Portrait as Carmen. 111. Lond. N. 136: 464, Mr.26,'10. 
Ross, Charies J. (C: J. Kelly), actor, 1859-. 

Portrait as Torelli in The love cure. Pearson (N. Y.) 
23: 695, My.'lO.— Theatre 11: 120, Ap.'lO. 
Ross, Thomas W., actor. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 681, Ap.'lO. 
Rostand, Edmond, dramatist, 1868-. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 901, My.'lO.— Hampton 

24: 739, My.'lO. 
Sketch of. Blanche A. Van Buren. G. Bk. Album 3 : 
1090-4, My.'lO. 
Rostand, Edmond, E. A., dramatist. 

The verse of M. Rostand. Acad. 78: 439-41, My.7,'10. 
Russell, Annie (Mrs. Oswald Yorke), actress, 1864-. 
Portrait (in group) as Viola in Twelfth night. Every- 
body's 22: 554, Ap.'lO. — Hampton 24: 568, Ap.'lO. 
Saint-Saens, Charles Camille, composer, 1835-. 

Portrait (in group with J. Massenet). 111. Lond. N. 
136: 352, Mr.5,^10. 
Salome, drama by O. O'F. Wilde. 

Morality of. G. K. Chesterton. 111. Lond. N. 136: 
452(i), Mr.26,'10. 
Salvini, Tommaso, actor, 1829-. 

First tour of America, por. R. Grau. Theatre 11: 

184, Je.'lO. 
Portrait. Cent. 80: 100, My.'lO. 
Sanderson, Julia (Mrs. J. T. Sloan), actress, 1887-. 

Portrait. Am. M. 70: 266, Je.'lO. — Cosmopol. 48: 
765, My.'lO.— Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 557, Ap.'lO.— 
Theatre 11: cover, Je.'lO. 
Sarrona. opera by L. Howland. 

Criticism. N. Music R. 9: 252, Ap.'lO. 
Scarlet pimpernel, drama. 

Production at the New theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 422(J), Mr.l9,'10. 
Scheflf, Mme. Fritzi (Mrs. J: Fox, Jr.), actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 43: 129, Ap.'lO. 
Schneider, Fraulein, Elizabeth, actress. 

As Marguerite in Faust, por. R. Hartley. Theatre 
11: 190, Je.'lO. 
School for scandal, comedy by R: B. Sheridan. 

Scene from (picture). Indep. 68: 1032, My.l2,'10. — 
Theatre 11: 167, My.'lO. 
Sentimentalists, The, drama by G: Meredith. 

Criticism. M. Beerbohm. Sat. R. 109: 327-8, Mr.l2,'10. 
Production at Duke of York theatre, London, Eng. 

111. Lond. N. 136: 334(i), Mr.5,'10. 
Scene from (picture). 111. Lond. N. 136: 391, Mr.l2,'10. 



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Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. 

The Ashbourne portrait of Shakespeare, pors. M. H. 
Spielmann. Connoisseur 26: 244-50, Ap.'lO. and 
following issues. 
Facsimile of Shakespeare's deposition in the Mountjoy 

case. Lit. D. 40: 543. Mr.l9,'10. 
Facsimiles of the five genuine autographs of Shakes- 
peare. Lit. D. 40: 544, Mr.l9,'10. 
Shakespeare festival of Stratford. Nation 90: 410-1, 

Ap.21,'10. 
Shakespeare as a teacher. H. C. Beeching. 19th Cent. 
67: 636-50, Ap.'lO.— Liv. Age 265: 391-402, My. 14, 
'10. 
Shakespeare in Warwickshire. Rose G. Kingsley. 
19th Cent. 67: 894-906, My.' 10. 
She stoops to conquer, drama by O. Goldsmith. 

Scenes from (pictures). Theatre 11: 140, 142, My.'lO. 
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, dramatist, 1751-1816. 
Sheridan and his great-great-grandson, (pors.) Lit. D. 
40: 879, Ap.307lO. 
Short, Gertrude, child actress. 

Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 697, My.'lO. 
Siddons, Mrs. Sarah Kemble, actress, 1755-1831. 

Discovery of Hamilton's painting of Mrs. Siddons as 
Lady Macbeth, il. N. Y Dram. 63: Je.4,'10, 6(J). 
Sister Beatrice, drama by M. Maeterlinck. 

Criticism of. E. O'Connor. Theatre 11: 186, 188, 

Je.'lO. 
Description. Les. W. 110: 321(J), Mr.31,'10. 
Outline of. il. Met. M. 32: 396-7, Je.'lO. 
Production at New Theatre, N- Y. city. Cosmopol. 49: 
77-8, Je.'lO.— Everybody's 22: 841-9, Je.'lO.— J. S. 
Metcalfe. Life 55: 516, Mr.24,'10.— N. Y. Dram. 63: 
Mr.26,'10, 7(i).— Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 692-4, My.'lO. 
— il. Theatre 11: 98-9, XX, Ap.'lO. 
Review. C.Hamilton, il. Bkman 31: 412-14, Je.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Collier's 45: Ap.23,'10, 24.— 

Hampton 24: 697, My.'lO. 
Sketch, il. Met. M. 32: 396-7, Je.'lO. 
Synopsis. G. Bk. Album 3: 1243^, Je.'lO. 
Skinner, Otis, actor, 1858-. 

Portrait as Shylock. Cent. 80: 102, My.'lO. 
Skylark, A, musical comedy by W: Harris, Jr., and F. 
G. Dossert. 
Production at New York theatre, N. Y. city, Ap., 1910. 

N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.l6, '10, 5(i). 
Scene from (picture). Les. W. 110: 336, Ap.7,'10; 110: 
385, Ap.'lO. 
Slezak, Leo, opera singer, 1876-. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 548, Ap.'lO. 
Smith, H. R., actor. 

Portrait (with Ethel Barrymore) in Mid-channel. 
Hampton 24: 567(i), Ap.'lO. 
Smith, Mrs. Sol, actress. 

Interview with. por. Theatre 11: 104, Ap.'lO. 
Snowden, Elsie, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: ix, My.'lO. 
Sommers, Charles B., playwright. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 1139, Je.'lO. 
Son of the people, drama by S. Michaelis. 

Production at New theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 11: 

98-9, 109, Ap.'lO. 
Review, il. Bookman 31: 144-6, Ap.'lO. 
Synopsis. G. Bk. Album 3: 1004-6, My.'lO. 
Sothem, Edward Hu§;h, actor, 1859-. 
Elocutionary mannerisms of. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 
560(i), Mr.31.'10. 
Spain, Elsie, actress. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 646, Ap.30,'10. 
Spendthrift, The, play by P. E. Browne. 
Criticism. Collier's 45: My.7,'10, 34(i). 
Notice. Harriet Quimby. il. Les. W. 110: 437(J), 

My.5,'10. 
Production at Hudson theatre, N. Y. city, Ap., 1910. 

N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.23,'10, 7-8. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 825(^), Je.'lO. — 
Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 834, Je.'lO.— Theatre 11: 194, 
Je.'lO. 
Synopsis. Hampton 24: 824-5, Je.'lO. 
Spitfire, The, comedv by E. Peple. 

Description. J. S. 'Metcalfe. Life 55: 881(i), My.l2,'10. 
Production at Lyceum theatre, N. Y. city, Ap., 1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: My.7,'10, 8(i).— il. Theatre 11: 
174-6, 193, Je.'lO. 



Spong, Hilda, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 204, Je.'lO. 
Stahl, Rose (Mrs. W: Bonnelli), actress, 1875-. 

Portrait (in group). G. Bk. Album 3: 693, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait (in group) as Patricia in the Chorus lady. 
World Today 18: 391, Ap.'lO. 
Starr, Frances, actress, 1886-. 

Portrait. Munsey 43: 275, My.'lO. 
Star-spangled banner. 
Objectional burlesque on. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 
477(i), Mr.l7,'10. 
Staimton, Virginia, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 188, Je.'lO. 
Stein bach, Hattie L., actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 188, Je.'lO. 
Stock companies. 

Shakespeare festival of Stratford. Nation 90: 410-1, 
Ap21,'10. 
Stone, Marmion, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 11: 181, Je.'lO. 
Straitss, Richard, composer, 1864-. 

Careerof. por. Theatre 11: 103, Ap.'lO. 

Mtisic dramas of Richard Strauss. H: L. Gideon. 

Forum 43: 381-7, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 425, Mr.l9,'10. 
Strife, drama by J : Galsworthy. 

Plot of and excerpts from. il. Cur. Lit. 48: 537-45, 

My.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Indep. 68: 1032, My.l2,'10. 
Summer widowers, The, musical panorama by A. B. 
Sloane. 
Production at Broadway theatre, N. Y. city, Je., 1910. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Je.11,'10, 6(i). 
Suratt, Valeska, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 764, My.'lO. 
Sweet girl, The, operetta by H. Reinhardt. 

Production at Irving Place theatre, N. Y. city, Ap., 
1910. N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.30,'10, 8(i), 
Taliaferro, Edith, actress. 

Portrait. N. Y. Dram. 63: Je.11,'10, 1. 
Taliaferro, Mabel (Nell), Mrs. F: W. Thompson, actress, 
1887-. 
Portrait. Les. W. 110: 437, My.5,'10; 110: 461, 
My.l2,'10.— Munsey 43: 415, Je.'lO.— Pearson(N.Y.) 
23: 693, My.'lO. 
Portrait (in group) in The call of the cricket. Hamp- 
ton 24: 826. Je.'lO. 
' Portrait as Parthenia in Ingomar. Theatre 11: 153, 

My.'lO. 
Taylor, Laurette, actress. 

Portrait. Burr Mc. 22: 401, My.'lO. — Cosmopol. 48: 
766, My.'lO.— N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.30.'10, 1.— Pear- 
son {N. Y.) 23: 698, My.'lO.— Theatre 11: 126, 
Ap.'lO. 
Portrait (in group) in Alias Jimmy Valentine. Every- 
body's 22: 556, Ap.'lO. 

Tempest, Marie Susan (Mrs. C. Cosmo Gordon-Lennox), 
actress, 1866-. 
Portrait. Pearson (N. Y.) 23: 553, Ap.'lO. 
Templeton, Fay (Mrs. W: J. Patterson), actress. 

Portrait. G. Bk. Album 3: 1128, Je.'lO. 
Tenth man. The, drama by W: S. Maugham. 

Production at Globe theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 

136: 352(i), Mr.5,'10. 
Scene from (picture). 111. Lond. N. 136: 390. Mr. 12,' 10. 
Terry, Ellen Alice (Mrs. James Carew). actress. 1848-. 
Portrait in The belle's strategem. Cent. 79: 880, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait as Mistress Page in Merry wives of Windsor. 
111. Lond. N. 136: 537, Ap.9,'10. 
Terry, Fred, actor. 

Portrait (in group) as Sebastian in Twelfth night. 111. 
Lond. N. 136: 568. Ap.l6,'10. 
Terson, Phillida, actress. 

Portrait (in group) as Viola in Twelfth night. 111. 

Lond. N. 136: 568, Ap.l6.'10. 
Her work as Viola in Twelfth night. 111. Lond. N. 136: 
568, Ap.l6,'10. 
Tetrazinni, Luisa, opera singer, 1874-. 

Portrait. Bk. News 28: 681, My.'lO. — Cosmopol. 48: 

550, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait with Mr. Hammerstein. Lit. D. 40: 922, 
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Theatre. 
The call of the theatre. Edith Lyttelton. 19th Cent. 

67: 1035-41, Je.'lO. 
Disagreement in tastes in London and New York. 

Munsey 43: 123-31, Ap.'lO. 
Dr. Sheldon and the theater. C.Andrews. Indep. 68: 

971-3, My.5,'10. 
Downfall or theatre trust. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 

880(1). My.l2,'10. 
Reforming the theatre. C: M. Sheldon. Indep. 68: 

756-8, Ap.7,'10. 
Theatrical stock and its dividends. G. Monmouth. 

Bookman 31: 276-81, My. '10. 
Turning theatrical failures into semi-successes. G: C. 

Jencks. Theatre 11: 118, 120, Ap.'lO. 
Two kinds of theatre goers. A. Dale. il. Cosmopol. 
48: 755-60, My.' 10. 
Theatre in America. 

Chicago as a producing centre. L. F: P. il. Theatre 

11: 178-80, vii, Je.'lO. 
Colonial theatres. V. Church. Theatre 11: 181-2, 184, 

Je.'lO. 
New York city. The New Theatre: its aim and success. 

Outlook 94: 514-15, Mr.5,'10. 
New York city. The New theatre, four plays at. 

Mvmsey 43: 280-2, My.' 10. 
New York city. The New theatre. Twelfth night at. 

Munsey 43: 132-3, Ap.'lO. 
New York city. The New theatre. The Winter's 
Tale, presented in the manner of Shakespeare's 
time. Outlook 94: 784-5, Ap.9,'10. 
New York city. The New theatre, A year at. W. P. 
Eaton. Atlan. 105: 689-96, My. '10.— Indep. 68: 
1030-5, My.l2,'10. 
New York city. New York's emancipation from Lon- 
don. Cur. Lit. 48: 656, Je.'lO. 
New York city. Season of 1909-10. W. Winter. 
Harp. W. 54: Ap.l6,'10, 24, 30.— Munsey 43: 131-6, 
Ap.'lO; 43: 423-5, Je.'lO. 
Plans for a national home for the theatre. Munsey 43 : 

269-77, My.'lO. 
Theatrical mismanagement. W : Winter. Harp. W. 54 : 

Ap.2,'10, 9-10, 34. 
Wanted: more audiences. A. Dale. il. Cosmopol. 48: 
615-620, Ap.'lO. 
Theatre in Asia. 

Japan. Ibsen in Japan, il. Cur. Lit. 48: 428-9, 
Ap.'lO. 
Theatre in Europe. 

England's "New theatre." il. Harp. W. 54: Mr.26,'10, 
17. 
Theatre buildings. 

Germany. New Hof theatre, Weimar. R. Hartley, il. 

Theatre 11: 190, Je.'lO. 
Naming of theatres. W. W. Avilick. il. Theatre 11: 

121-2, Ap.'lO. 
New York city. Colvunbia theatre, il. Arch. & B. M. 

42: 218-20, Mr.' 10. 
New York city. Globe theatre, il. Arch. & B. M. 42: 
213-7, Mr.'lO. 
Theatre — Stage. 

Modem stage illumination. A. Neuberger. il. Sci. Am. 
S. 69: 244-5, Ap.l6,'10. 
Theatrical business. 

Recent revolution in. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 1014-15, 
Je.2,'10. 
Theatrical syndicate. 

Equal profits between syndicate and independents. 
Munsey 43: 279-80, My.'lO. 
Thomas, Master Stephen, actor. 

Costume picture as Tyltyl in The blue bird. Bkman 
(Lond.) 38: 25, Ap.'lO. 
Thome, Charles J., Jr., actor. 

Recollections of. por. Mrs. McKee Rankin. Theatre 
11: 157-8, My.'lO. 
Three daughters of Monsieur Dupont, The, drama by 
E. Brieux. 
Moral of. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 767(i), Ap.28,'10. 
Notice. Harriet Quimby. Les. W. 110: 418, Ap.28,'10. 
Production at Comedy theatre, N. Y. city. N. Y. Dram. 
63: Ap.23,'10, (7i).— U. Theatre 11: 131, xxx, 
My.'lO. 



Three daughters of Monsieur Dupont — {continued) 

Remarkable play admirably acted. A. Klauber. Pear- 
son (N. Y.) 23: 836-40, Je.'lO. 
Review. C.Hamilton. Bookman 31: 419-20, Je.'lO. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 829, Je.'lO. 
Synopsis. Hampton 24: 826-8, Je.'lO. 
Tilhe's nightmare, musical farce by E. Smith and A. B. 
Sloane. 
Brief notice. J. S. Metcafe. Life 55: 922(J), My.l9,'10. 
Production at Herald square theatre, N. Y. city. N. Y. 
Dram. 63: My.l4,'10, 6(i).— il. Theatre 11: 174, 
187, Je.'lO. 
Tilly, Vesta (Mrs. Walter deFreece), vaudeville singer. 

Portrait. Am. M. 69: 844, Ap.'lO. 
Toy-maker of Nuremberg, The, drama. 

Production at Playhouse theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 136: 410(i), Mr.l9,'10. 
Tree, Sir Herbert Beerbohm (Herbert Beerbohm), actor- 
manager, 1853-. 
Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 136: 1 (sup.), Ap.9,'10. 
Portrait as Falstaflf in Merry wives of Windsor. 111. 

Lond. N. 136: 569, Ap.ie.'^lO. 
Portrait in King Richard II. Graphic 81 : 530, Ap.l6,'10. 
Portrait as Mavolio in Twelfth Night. Graphic 81: 

531, Ap. 16,' 10.— 111. Lond. N. 136: 568, Ap.l6,'10. 
Portrait as Marc Antony in Julius Caesar. Theatre 1 1 : 

202, Je.'lO. 
Sir Herbert Tree in Shakespeare. Sat. R. 109: 596-7, 
My. 7, '10. 
Tree, Viola, actress. 

Portrait in King Richard II. Graphic 81 : 530, Ap.l6,'10. 
Trelawnj of the Wells, by A. W. Pinero. 

Description and scenes. Graphic 81 : 488, Ap.9,'10. 
Production at Repertory theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 136: 556(i), Ap.g.'^lO. 
Turning point. The, drama by P. Gibson. 

Plagiarisms of. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 55: 476(i), Mr.l7,'10. 
Production at Hackett theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
11: xii-xiii, Ap.'lO. 
Twelfth night, drama by W: Shakespere. 

Production at His Majesty's theatre, London. 111. 

Lond. N. 136: 586(i), Ap.l6,'10. 
Scene from (picture). Hampton 24: 568(i), Ap.'lO. — 
Les. W. 110: 336, Ap.7,'10. 
Two merry monarchs, musical comedy. 

Production at Savoy theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 

136: 410(i), Mr.l9,'10. 
Production at Strand theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 688(i), My.7,'10. 
Two orphans, drama by A. d'Ennery. 

Behind the scenes with The two orphans. Mrs. McKee 
Rankin, il. Theatre 11: 157-8, 160, xiv, My.'lO. 
Tynan, Brandon, actor. 

Portrait (in group) as Alfred Allmers in Little Eyolf. 
Theatre 11: 201, Je.'lO. 
Upstart, The, comedy by T: Barry. 

Criticism. L. F: P. il. Theatre 11: 178-9, Je.'lO.— 
World Today 18: 585, J[e.'10. 
Vacuum, The, play by P. Gibson. 

Production at Hackett theatre, N. Y. city, Mr., 19 10. 
N. Y. Dram. 63: Ap.2,'10, 6(i), 
Valli, Valli, actress, 1882-. 

Portrait. Am. M. 70: 271, Je.'lO.— Met. M. 32: 217, 
My.'lO.— Theatre 11: 166, My.'lO, 
Vanbrugh, Irene (Barnes) (Mrs. Dion Boucicault), 
actress 1872— 
Portrait.' 111. Lond. N. 136: 508, Ap.2,'10. 
Portraits as Rose in Trelawny of the wells. Graphic 
81: 489, Ap.9,'10.— 111. Lond. N. 136: 508, Ap.2,'10. 
Vanderbilt, Gertrude, actress. Portrait. Cosmopol. 48: 
616, Ap.'lO. 
Portrait as Notta Sound in The jolly bachelors. Every- 
body's 22: 553, Ap.'lO. 
Vaudeville. 

Decay of vaudeville. Am. M. 69: 840-8, Ap.'lO. 
Venne, Lottie, actress. 

Portrait as Mrs. Malaprop in The rivals. 111. Lond. N. 
136: 536, Ap.9,'10.— (in group). 111. Lond. N. 136: 
536, Ap.9,'10. 
Village pastor, The, folk-play by M. Schmidt. 

Production at Irving place theatre, N. Y. city. My., 
1910. N. Y. Dram. 63: My.l4,'10, 6(i). 



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EDITORIAL COMMENT. 



ANENT LIBRARY GATHERINGS. 

Certain comments would seem in order re- 
garding library conventions, state association 
meetings, and other occasions designed as opix>r- 
tunities for those in library work to gain inspira- 
tion and added knowledge in the special fields 
in which work is carried on. 

Isn't it time to cry "halt" to the increasing ten- 
dency at library association meetings towards 
elaborate and formal style of dress? On recent 
occasions ladies and gentlemen have remained at 
home because they did not care to provide them- 
selves with the number of gowns and suits that 
apparently have come to be regarded as essential 
to attendance, in order not to be conspicuous in the 
matter of "good form" observance. At the Con- 
ference at Brussells one expects more formality in 
such matters, considering its international aspect, 
but in home afifairs, either state or national, it 
seems as if we sometimes belittled the profession 
by too great insistence on these minor points. It 
is deplorable that the day of suit cases and sim- 
plicity of dress is so rapidly passing. Is there no 
via media? Could not our notices of meetings 
state that they are informal and full dress not 
expected. 

Cannot our committees of arrangements find re- 
sorts where outside accommodation at less than 
the "$3.00 upward" can be had by those who 
want the benefits of meetings and acquaintance, 
but who have but meagre salaries? 

Then the growing number of trade representa- 
tives in attendance is noticeable. These gather- 
ings are purely for library folk, and the presence 
of the booksellers, or binders, is allowed, but there 
is a tendency among a few of these "outside mem- 
bers" to carry business too far, forgetting the 
social nature of the meeting. They talk shop to 
the point of boredom. The general feeling of 
librarians is that their better way would be to let 
shop alone unless a question is asked of them or to 
confine all business to the room or comer where the 
exhibit of their books or materials is displayed. 
All woxild then be free to come to see and talk 
without having the feeUng that no nook or comer 
was safe from the omnipresent book or bindery 
agent's buttonholing, not even out in a boat 



or in a woodland path nor yet at dinner. It would 
appear the best policy for finns sending repre- 
sentatives to chose men who cotild dance (for 
eligible partners, masculine, are sorely needed) 
and to reckon acquaintance gained a .v^uable 
asset in future business dealings by letter or by 
visit in business hours. N. 

THE DRAMATIC INDEX. 

Several of our subscribers wrote us regarding 
the omission of certain Dramatic references in our 
July issue. It was found that the material to be 
indexed was much increased during the months 
of April, May and June and sufficient space could 
not be given for the entire list. We have, however, 
included in the October issue, most of what was 
omitted, and everything will be included in the 
Annual for 1910. We hope in future to be able 
to take care of practically all references in the 
quarterly issue, though it may be found necessary 
to include some of the less important reviews 
and notes in the Annual only until our subscrip- 
tion list will warrant the addition of extra pages 
to the BULLETIN OF BIBLIOGRAPHY. 

HISTORICAL FICTION. 

We shall issue in the January BULLETIN a selected 
list, chronologically arranged, of historical fiction. 
This list was compiled by Miss Caroline M. Hewins 
of the Hartford Public Library for the use of a 
high school class taking a course in general history. 
We believe it will prove a most useful compilation 
for every pubUc library. 

LIBRARY REFERENCE LISTS. 

In our January issue will be found the Annual 
index to reference lists published by libraries 
during 1910. This continues the index which 
has been a department of our BULLETIN since 
1902, and which was fovmd so useful by libraries 
that we issued a five-year cumulation (1902- 
1906) and then a two-year index (1907-8), while 
1909 was covered in the April 1910 BULLETIN 
OF BIBLIOGRAPHY. 

We have had requests for a cumulation of this 
index from the beginning in one alphabet. Would 



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your library become a subscriber to such a pam- 
phlet at 50c. ? We will gladly print the index if 
subscriptions cover cost of printing. 

TWIOE-A-MONTH MAGAZINES. 

There is a tendency in America to issue monthly 
magazines more often, as has been the custom 
in France for many years. The Popular Magazine 
seems well established in the 24-times-a-year issue. 
The Ladies' Home Journal began with September a 
semi-monthly publication without increase in 
price, — ^the mid-month issue being especially 



devoted to fashions. Now Country Life in America 
announces that beginning with November, 1910, 
it will join the "twice-a-months", and the new Top- 
Notch Magazine begins as a semi-monthly. 

LIBRABY ABCHITECTT7KE. 

We have a limited supply of the Architect's and 
builder's Magaalne for Dec, 1902, giving views and plans of 
some twenty library buildings, and with an illustrated article 
on "decorative libraiy rooms of the past." Price, mailed, 
COc. Also "The Library of Congress issue," of Architecture 
and building, 35c. by mail. 

For Sale. A fine_ set of Hertslet's Commercial treaties 
between Great Britain and foreign powers. Vols. 1-24 and 
general indexes. London, 1840-1907. Cloth, new. $85.00. 



WOMAN SUFFRAGE 



A reading list of books and parts of books on Woman Suffrage, 
By Josephine O'FlyNN, Instructor of Apprentices, Public Library, Detroit. 



PART II. 



AGAINST 



POBTBAITS 



Abbott, Lyman. 

Ought women to vote? (in his Rights of man. 1901. 
p. 231-234.) 
Buckley, James Monroe. 

The wrong & peril of woman suffrage. N. Y., F. H. 
Revell CO., 1909. 

"Dr. Buckley's [book] is polemical, agitated, even hy- 
sterical, at times in its portrayal of the potential terrors of 
woman suffrage." Independent 67. 1909. D30. 
Bushnell, Horace. 

Women's suffrage; the reform against nature. N. Y., 
Scribner, 1869. 
Corbin, Mrs. Caroline F. 

Woman's rights in America; a retrospect of sixty 
years, 1848-1908. Chic, (111.,) Assoc, opposed to the 
extension of suffrage to women, [19-?]. 

Pamphlet. 
Grepaz, Adele. 

Emancipation of women and its probable consequences ; 
with a letter by W. E. Gladstone. Lond., Sonnenschein, 
1893. 
Dana, Stephen W. 

Woman s relation to the state, (see his Woman's 
possibilities and limitations, [c 1899]. p. 87-97.) 
Hazard, Mrs. Barclay. 

How women can best serve the state; an address 
before the State federation of women's clubs, Troy, N. Y., 
Oct. 30, 1907. N. Y., state assoc. opposed to woman 
stiff rage [19-]. 

Illinois association opposed to the extension of suffrage 
to women; a protest against the granting of municipal 
suffrage to women in the city of Chicago . . 1906. 
Johnson, Mrs. Helen (Kendrick). 

Woman and the republic; a survey of the woman- 
suffrage movement in the United States and a discussion 
of the claims and arguments of its foremost advocates. 
New & enl. ed. N. Y., National league for the civic 
education of women, 1909- 

Lawyer, A., pseud. 

The woman-suffrage movement in the United States. 
Bost., Arena publ. co-, 1895. 

Cites passages from the Bible condemning woman suffrage 
in his opinion. 

Beply to John Stuart Mill on the Subjection of women- 
Phil., J. B. Lippincott & co., 1870. 

Bylance, D. D. 

The woman-suffrage question. N. Y., Whittaker, 1894. 

White, Carlos. 

Ecce femina; an attempt to solve the woman question. 
Hanover (N. H.) Published by author, 1870. 



Anthony, Susan Brownell. 

(see Anthony, S. B. & Harper, Mrs. I. H., ed. History 
of woman suffrage. [1902.] v. 4, frontispiece.) 
Anthony, Susan Brownell. 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History 
of woman suffrage. 1881. v. 1, facing p. 577.) 
Anthony, Susan Brownell. 

(See Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. A. (Rice). 
Woman of the centtiry. 1893. p. 30.) 
Barton, Clara. 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman suffrage. 1882. v. 2, facing p. 25.) 
Blake, Lillie Devereuz. 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman suffrage. 1887. v. 3, facing p. 417.) 
Brown, Olsrmpia. 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman stiffrage. 1882. v. 2, facing p. 265.) 
Catt, Mrs. Carrie (Lane) Chapman. 

(See Willard, F. E- & Livermore, Mrs. M. A. (Rice). 
Woman of the century. 1893. p. 162.) 
Claflin, Tennessee C, afterwards Lady Cook. 

(see her Constitutional equality a right of woman. 
1871. Frontispiece.) 
Couzins, Phoebe W. 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman suffrage. 1887. v. 3, frontispiece.) 

Dall, Mrs. Caroline Wells (Healey). 

(See Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. A. (Rice). 
Woman of the century. 1893. p. 226.) 

Dickinson, Anna. 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman suffrage. 1882. v. 2, frontispiece.) 

Gage, Frances D. ^'^' 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman suffrage. 1881. v. 1, facing p. 129.) 

Gage, Mrs. Matilda (Joslyn). 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) and others. History of 
woman suffrage. 1881. v. 1, facing p. [753].) 

Gage, Mrs. Matilda (Joslyn). 

(See WUlard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. A. (Rice). 
Woman of the century. 1893. p. 309.) 

Harper, Mrs. Ida (Husted). 

(see Anthony, S. B. and Harper, Mrs. I. H. ed. History 
of woman suffrage. [1902.] v. 4, facing p. [1042]. ) 

Harper, Mrs. Ida (Husted). 

(See Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. A. (Rice). 
Woman of the century. 1893. p. 358.) 



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Hooker, Mrs. Isabella Beecher. 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman suffrage. 1882. v. 2, facing p. 489.) 
Howe, Mrs. Julia (Ward). 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman suffrage. 1882. v. 2, facing p. 793.) 
Howe, Mrs. Julia (Ward). 

(See WUlard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. A. (Rice). 
Woman of the century. 1893. p. 396.) 
Livermore, Mrs. Mary A. (Rice). 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman siiffrage. 1882. v. 2, facing p. 857.) 
Lockwood, Mrs. Belva Ann (Bennett). 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman suffrage 1882. v. 2, facing p. [521].) 
Lockwood, Mrs. Belva Ann (Bennett). 

(See Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. A. (Rice). 
Woman of the century. 1893. p. 468.) 
Mott, Mrs. Lucretia (Coffin). 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman suffrage. 1881. v. 1, facing p. 369.) 
Mott, Mrs. Lucretia (Coffin). 

(See Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. A. (Rice). 
Woman of the century. 1893. p. 526.) 
Robinson, Harriet H. 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman suffrage. 1887. v. 3, facing p. 273.) 
Rose, Ernestine L. (Siismund Potoski). 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman suffrage. 1881. v. 1, p. 97.) 
Sewall, Mary Wright. 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman suffrage. 1887. v. 3, facing p. 545.) 



Shaw, Mrs. Anna (Howard). 

(See Anthony, S. B. & Harper, Mrs. I. H. ed. History 
of woman suffrage. [1902.] v. 4, facing p. 128.) 
Shaw, Mrs. Anna (Howard). 

(See WUlard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. A. (Rice). 
Woman of the century. 1893. p. 648.) 

Stanton, Mrs. Elizabeth (Cady). 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman suffrage- 1881. v. 1, facing p. 721.) 
Stone, Lucy (Mrs. Blackwell). 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman suffrage. 1882. v. 2, facing p. 761.) 

Stone, Lucy (Mrs. Blackwell). 

(See Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. A. (Rice). 
Woman of the centxiry. 1893. p. 693.) 

Stone, Mrs. Lucinda (Hinsdale). 

(See Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M A. (Rice). 
Woman of the centvuy. 1893. p. 692.) 

Walker, Mary E. 

(See Willard, F. E. & Livermore, Mrs. M. A. (Rice). 
Woman of the century. 1893. p. 740.) 

Willard, Frances Elizabeth. 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman suffrage. 1887. v. 3, facing p. 129.) 

Women's social and political union. 

(See New international year book, 1908. facing p. 
770.) 

Portrait group of the officials. 

Wright, Frances. 

(See Stanton, Mrs. E. (Cady) & others. History of 
woman suffrage. 1881. v. 1, frontispiece.) 



THE ENGLISH DRAWING-ROOM ANNUALS; A BIBLIOGRAPHY. 

XBeing Part II of Literary Annxials and Gift Books.) 
By FREDERICK WINTHROP FAXON. 

n 



EUis's missionary annual. London, 1833. T.-B. (1206) 

Elgin annuaL 1833. T.-B. (1207) 

Emanuel, a religious offering, ed. by Rev. Wm. Shepherd. 
London, Maunder, 1830. T.-B. (1208) 

Emerald, The, an annual keepsake of beauty, art, and 
literature. London, H. Riley, n. d. [cu-ca 1836]. 
2 p. 1., 264 p., [6. pi.,] 7| X 44. H.U. (1209) 

, a literary present for instruction and enter- 
tainment, ed. by Randolph Roscoe. London, Ren- 
shaw & Kirkman, n. d. [circa 183-]. 2 p. 1., 320 p., 
[5 pi.,] 6i X 3i. "The patriot son-in-law." 

U.W. (1210) 

English annual, The, for 1834, ed. by the Hon. Mrs. 
Norton, [v. 1.] London, Edward Bull, vi, 380 p., 15 
pL, 8i X 5t. N.Y., B.P., L.C. (1211) 

, for 1835, ed. by the Hon. Mrs Norton, [v. 2.] 

London, Bull & Churton. 4 p. 1., 384 p., 15 pi., 8x5. 

N.^, L.C. (1212) 
The vols, for 1834, 1835 were circulated in France, Ger- 
many and America exclusively. 

, for 1836. [v. 3.] London, Edward Churton, 

1836. vi p., 1 1., 376 p., 16 pi., 8 x 5^. 

N.Y., U.W. (1213) 
, for 1837. [v. 4.] London, Edward Churton, 

1837. vi p., 1 1., 359 p., 16 pi., 8x5. 

L.C, B.P. (1214) 
"Contents are a reprint from a popular periodical." 
, for 1838. [v. 5.] London, Edward Churton, 

1838. vip., IL, 360p., 14pl., 8ix5i. B.P. (1215) 
Contents a reprint from a popular periodical. 

EngUsh helicon, ed. by T. K. Hervey. London, 1841. 
Steel plates by Turner, Cattermole, selections from 
Coleridge, Wordsworth, Shelley, Byron, Rogers. 

T.-B. (1216) 



EngUsh keepsake. 1831. T.-B. (1217) 

Evergreen. London, 1832. T.-B. (1218) 

. London, 1842. T.-B. (1219) 

Excitement, The. 1830-45. T.-B. (1220-1235) 
, or a book to induce yoimg people to read, 

1840, ed. by Robt. Jamieson. Edinbtirgh, 1840. 

xii, 13-414 p., 4 pi., 5i x 3^. N.Y. (1230) 

"11th of the series." 
Exhilaration (juvenile). London, 1837. T.-B. (1236) 

[Falstaff'sJ comic annual, London. See "New comic 

annual." 
Father's present to his son, A. Dublin, Leckie, 1831. 

T.-B. (1237) 

. 1833. * (1238) 

Finden's portraits of female aristocracy. London, Ho- 
garth, 1840-41. T.-B. (1239-1240) 
Finden's royal gallery of British art.' London, Acker- 
mann, 1840. T.-B. (1241) 
Finden's tableaux, ed. by Miss Mitford and others. 
London, Hogarth, 1837-44. folio T.-B. (1242-1249) 
First flowers. London, Poole, 1825. T.-B. (1250) 

. London, Poole, 1826. T.-B. (1251) 

. London, Poole, 1827. T.-B. (1252) 

. London, Poole, 1828. T.-B. (1253) 

. London, Poole, 1829. T.-B. (1254) 

Fisher's drawing room scrap-book, with poetical illus- 
trations by L. E. L., 1832. Has, as frontispiece a rare 
'Baxter-type' plate, [v. 1.] London, H. Fisher, R. 
Fisher & P. Jackson, 1832. 36 pi., 11 x 8^. 

T.-B. (1255) 

, 1833. [v. 2.] London, Fisher, 1833. 36 pi.. 

Ilx8i. T.-B. (1256) 

, 1834. [v. 3.] London, Fisher, 1834. 36 pi., 

Ilx8i. T.-B. (1258) 



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Pisher's drawing room scrap-book, 1836. '[v. 4.] Lon- 



don. H. Fisher, R. Fisher, & P. Jackson, 1835. 

36pl., 11x8^. U.W. 
, 1836. [v. 5.] London, Fisher, Son & Co. 

36pl., 11x8*. U.W. 

, 1837. * 

, 1838. London, Fisher, Son & Co. 36 



64 p., 
(1259) 

58 p., 
(1260) 
(1261) 



f! 



262) 



There was also an edition with 16 pi. 

, 1839-1846, in B. M. (1263-1270) 

, for 1847, by the Hon. Mrs. Norton. London, 

Fisher, Son & Co. 3d ed. 84 p.. 36 pi., lOj x 8?. 

F. (1271) 
for 1848, by the Hon. Mrs. Norton. London, 

Fisher, Son & Co. 68 p., 36 pi., 10} x 8}. 

F. (1272) 

, 1849. [?] * (1273) 

, 1850, by Charles Mackay. London, Peter 

Tackson, late Fisher. Son & Co. 72 p., 36 pi., 10* x 8*. 

•* B.A. (1274) 

, 1861, 1863, 1854, in B.M. (1275-1277) 

Fisher's juvenile scrap-book, by Bernard Barton, 1836. 

Fv. 1.1 London, Fisher & Son. 80 p., 20 pi., 7f x 5*. 

^ N.Y. (1278) 
, by Agnes Strickland and Bernard Barton. 

1837 [v. 2]. * (1279) 
, by Agnes Strickland and Bernard Barton, 

1838. [v. 3.] London, Fisher, Son & Co. vi, 7-86 p.. 

16pl., 7}x5i. C.U. """"' 
"Juvenile scrap-book" on back of book. 
, by Agnes Strickland and B. Barton. 

London, 1839. B. M. 

This series is continued by "Juvenile scrap-book 



(1280) 

[v. 4.] 
(1281) 
which 



by Wm. Jerden. 
:.B. (1282-1285) 



Fisher's national portrait gallery, ed. b-v 

London, 1830-33. T. 

Fisher's oriental keepsake, 1837-39, ed. by I. Camer. 

London, Fisher, Son & Co., pi., 4to. T-B. (1286-1288) 

Fisher's Waverly forget-me-not, ed. by G. N. Wright. 
London, Fisher, Son & Co., 1838, 4to. T-B. (1289) 

Floral offering, The, a series of twelve plates of flowers in 
colours, with poetry in gold appropriate to the months 
of the year. London, Paul Jerrard, n. d. [circa 1850]. 
lOi X 7i. F. (1290) 

Flora's gems, or the treasures of the parterre, by Louisa 
Anne Twamley. London, Charles Tilt, n. a. 12 1., 
14J X 10} F. (1291) 

Flowers of loveliness, ed. by Lady Blessington. T. H. 
Bagley, L. E. L., etc. London, Ackermann, 1836-41, 
4 to. T-B. (1292-1297) 

Forget-me-not, a Christmas and New Year's present for 

1823. [v. 1.] London, R. Ackermann. viii, 3-392p., 

I14pl.,15x3. P.M. (1298) 

"The first attempt to rival the numerous and elegant 

publications of the continent." Pref. 

, a Christmas and New Year's present for 1824. 

[v. 2.] London, R. Ackermann. vi, 390 p., 1 1., 12 p., 
12 pi., 5} X 3}. F. (1299) 

, a Christmas and New Year's present for 1825. 

[v. 3.] London, R. Ackermann. vi, 393_p., 5x3. 

P.M. (1300) 

, a Christmas and New Year's present for 1826. 

[v. 4.] London, R. Ackermann. viii, 386 p., 13 pi., 
5ix3f N.Y., U.W. (1301) 

, a Christmas and New Year's present for 1827, 

ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 5.] London, R. Acker- 
mann. xii, 416 p., 13 pi. and presentation pi., 5* x 3i. 
B.P., P.M., U.W. (1302) 

, a Christmas and New Year's present for 1828, 

ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 6.] London, R. Acker- 
mann. X, 418 p., 13 pi., 5} X 3}. N.Y., B.P. (1303) 

, a Christmas and New Year's present for 1829, 

ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 7.] London, R. Acker- 
mann. X, 422 p.. 14 pi.. 5i X 3i. B.P.. U.W. (1304) 

, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1830, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 8.1 Lon- 
don, R. Ackermann & Co. x, 422 p., 14 pi.. 5^ x 3^. 

F. (1305) 



Forget-me-not, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday 

E resent for 1831, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 9.] 
rondon, R. Ackermann. x, 386 p., 15 pi., 5^ x 3^. 

P.M. (1306) 
, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1832, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 10. J Lon- 
don, Ackermann; and Carey & Lea, Philadelphia. 
356 p., 12 pi., 6 X 3}. N.Y., P.M. (1307) 
The first issue of new series. 
, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1833, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 11. j Lon- 
don, R. Ackermann. 356 p., 11 pi., 6 x 3}. 

N.Y., P.M. (1308) 
, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent, 1834, ed. by Frederick Shoberl. [v. 12.] London, 
Ackermann & Co. 356 p., 11 pi., 6 x 3}. 

P.M. (1309) 
Also issued without date. N.Y. (1310) 
, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1836, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 13.] Lon- 
don, Ackermann & Co. 356 p., 10 pi., 6} x 4. 

N.Y., B.P. (1311) 
, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1836, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 14.] Lon- 
don, Ackermann & Co. 356 p., 11 pi., 6} x 4. 

P.M. (1312) 
Also issued without date. N.Y. (1313) 
, a Christmas. New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1837, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 15.] Lon- 
don, Ackermann & Co. 356 p., 11 pi., 6^ x 4. 

N.Y.. P.M. (1314) 
, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1838, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 16.] Lon- 
don, Ackermann & Co. 360 p., 11 pi., 6} x 4. 

P.M. (1315) 
Also issued without date. N.Y. (1316) 
, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1839, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 17.] Lon- 
don, Ackermann & Co. 360 p., 11 pi., 6^ x 4. 

N.Y.. B.P. (1317) 
, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 18.] London, 
Ackermann & Co., 1840. viii, 9-360 p., 11 pi., 6J x 4. 

N.Y., B.P. (1318) 
, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1841, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 19.] Lon- 
don, Ackermann & Co. 354 p., 11 pi., 6} x 4. 

P.M. (1319) 
, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1842, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 20.] Lon- 
don, Ackermann & Co. 354 p., 11 pi., 6} x 4 

B.P.. P.M. (1320) 
, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1843, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 21.] Lon- 
don. 354 p.. 11 pi., 6} X 4. B.P., P.M. (1321) 
, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1844, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 22.] Lon- 
don, Ackermann & Co., 354 p., 11 pi., 6^ x 4. 

N.Y., P.M. (1322) 
, a Christmas, New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1845, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 23.] Lon- 
don. 322 p., 10 pi., 6} X 4. N.Y. (1323) 
, a Christmas. New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1846, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 24.] Lon- 
don, Ackermann & Co. 286 p., 10 pi., 6^ x 4^. 

N.Y. (1324) 
, a Christmas. New Year's and birthday pres- 
ent for 1847, ed. by Frederic Shoberl. [v. 25.] Lon- 
don, Ackermann & Co. 286 p., 10 pi., 6} x 4}. 

B.P. (1325) 
The last issue. 
Forget me not. London. 1856. T-B. 

. London. T. Nelson & Sons, 1863. 

1 1., 13-192 p., front., 5^ x 3^. U.W. 

Friends' annual, or aurora borealis for 1834, ed. by mem- 
bers of the Society of Friends. Newcastle-upon-Tjme, 
Charles Empson. xiv p.. 1 1.. 274 p.. [2 pi..] 6} x 4. 

N.Y.. B.P., L.C., U.W. (1327) 
Issued in 1833 as "Aurora borealis." 



(1325a) 
xi p., 
(1326) 



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149 



Friendship's gift, London. See "Amaranth," London, 
Ed. Lacey, n. d. 

, London. Reprint, ed. by C. Cecil, London. 

Holmes, successor to Lacey [circa 1850] . T-B. (1327a) 

Friendship's offering, London, G. Kershaw & Son, n. d. 
viii, 9-256 p., [6 pi.,] 7 x 4^. "To a friend." 

U.W. (1328) 

, a literary album, ed. by Thomas K. Hervey. 

[v. 1.] London, Lupton Relfe, 1824. vi, 222 p., [6pl.,l 
5ix3f B.A. (1329) 

, or annual remembrancer. A Christmas and 

New Year's gift for 1825. [v 2.] London, Lupton 

Relfe. viii p., 11., 291, 60 p., 14 pi. [only 13 in reality], 

. 5ix3f. B.A. (1330) 

, a literary album, ed. by Thomas K. Hervey. 

[v. 3.] London, Lupton Relfe, 1826. xvi, 398 p., 13 
pi., 5^x3^. B.P., B.A. (1331) 

, a literary album, ed. by Thomas K. Hervey. 

[v. 4.] London, 1827. xii, 348 p., 11 pi., 5^ x 3^. 

B.P., B.A. (1332) 

, a literary album and Christmas and New 

Year's present for 1828, [v. 5.] London, Smith, 
Elder & Co., 1828. xii p., 1 1., 385 p., 13 pi., 5f x 3i. 

B.A. (1333) 

, a literary album, and Christmas and New 

Year's present for 1829. [v. 6.] London, Smith, 
Elder & Co., 1829. xii, 420 p., 13 pi., 5^ x 3^. 

N.Y., B.P., B.A. (1334) 

, a literary album, and Christmas and New 

Year's present for 1830. [v. 7.] London, Smith, 
Elder & Co., 1830. xii, 384 p., 13 pi., 6 x Sf. 

N.Y., B.A. (1335) 

, a literary album, and Christmas and New 

Year's present for 1831. [v. 8.] London, Smith, 
Elder & Co., 1831. xii, 408 p., 13 pi., 6 x SJ. 

N.Y., B.P., B.A. (1336) 



Friendship's offering, a literary album, and Christmas 

and New Year's present for 1832. [v. 9.] London, 

Smith, Elder & Co., 1832. xu, 384 p., 12 pi., 6i x 3 J. 

N.Y., B.P., B.A. (1337) 

and winter's wreath, a Christmas and New 

Year's present for 1833. [v. 10.] London, Smith, 
Elder & Co., 1833. xii, 384 p., 12 pi., 6 x 3f . 

N.Y., B.A., P.M. (1338) 
With this issue absorbed "The winter's wreath." 

and winter's wreath, a Christmas and New 

Year's present for 1834. [v. 11.] London, Smith, 
Elder & Co., 1834. xii, 384 p., 12 pi., 6x4. 

N.Y., B.P., B.A. (1339) 

and winter's wreath, a Christmas and New 

Year's present for 1836. [v. 12.] London, Smith, 
Elder & Co., 1835. xii, 384 p., 12 pi., 6i x 3^. 

N.Y., B.P. B.A., (1340) 

and winter's wreath, a Christmas and New 

Year's present for 1836. [v. 13.] London, Smith, 
Elder & Co., 1836. xii, 382 p., 11 pi., 6x4. 

B.P., B.A., U.W. (1341) 

and winter's wreath, a Christmas and New 

Year's present for 1837. [v. 14.] London, Smith, 
Elder & Co., 1837. xii, 384 p., 11 pi., 6x4. 

N.Y., B.P., B.A., U.W. (1342) 

and winter's wreath, a Christmas and New 

Year's present for 1838. [v. 15.] London, Smith, 
Elder & Co., 1838. xii, 384 p., 11 pi., 6x4. 

N.Y., B.P., B.A. (1343) 

, and winter's wreath, a Christmas and New 

Year's present for 1839. [v. 16.] London, Smith, 
Elder & Co., 1839. xii, 384 p., 10 pi., 6i x 3^. 

N.Y., B.P., B.A., U.W. (1344) 



( To be continued) 

BIRTHS AND DEATHS. 
A RECORD OF NEW TITLES, CHANGED TITLES AND DEATHS IN THE 

PERIODICAL WORLD. 

( To be continued quarterly^ 
N. B. — The editor will be glad to know of any omissions or corrections, since January, looo, not 
noted, for inclusion in the next issue, and will esteem it a favor to be notified of new periodicals by 



any librarian who may receive a sample number, 
recorded. 

I. New Periodicals. 

Advertising Ideas. 1012 Baltimore Av., Kansas City, 

Mo. mo., 16mo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1910. lOc, $1.00. 
Aeronautics. London, mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1907. 

3d. no. 
American Breeders' Magazine. Washington, D. C. 

quar., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja.-Mr. 1910. 50c. no. 
American Forestry Association Bulletin. Washington, 

D. C. mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, [Ja.] 1910. 
American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology, 

Journal. 87 E. Lake St., Chicago, 111. bi-mo., 8vo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1910. 60c., $3.00. 
American Journal of Mechanotherapy. 120 Randolph 

St., Chicago, 111. 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Te. 1909. 15c. no. 
American Taxicab. 1402 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1910. 
Association Monthly, The. New York, N. Y. mo., 

8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1907. $1.00. Y. W. C. A. 
Attleboro Philatelist. Attleboro, Mass. mo., 8vo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, S. 1910. 5c., 50c. 
Auto. Berlin, vol. 1. no. 1, Ja. 15, 1910. M. 6. 
Bauwelt, Die. Berlin, w., il., vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1910. 

M. 8. 
Biologische Zeitschrift. Moscow, vol. l,no. 1, Ja. 1910. 
California Cactus. Los Angeles, Cal. mo., 8vo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Je. 1910. lOc, $1.00. 
Civic Journal, The. 318 E. 15th St.. New York, N. Y. 

w., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, O. 16, 1909. 2c., $1.00. 
Colorado Dairyman, The. Denver, Colo, mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1909. 



Reports of deaths will be gratefully received and 

Common Ground, The. 26 Reynolds Arcade, Rochester, 
N. Y. mo., 16mo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1910. 3c., 25c. 

Cook's Pacific Travelers' Gazette. 689 Market St., 
San Francisco, Cal. irreg. 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, S. 

1909. 10c. no. 

Coroner, The. Decatur, 111. mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ap. 1910. $1.50 year. 
Crawford's Metal Miner. Century Bldg., Denver, Colo. 

mo., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja., 1910. 50c. year. 
Documentation politique et sociale. Paris, mo., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Mr. 1910. F. 10. 
Edwards Monthly. Buffalo, N. Y. mo.', 8vo, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, F. 1909. lOc, $1.00. 
Englishwoman, The. London, mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

F. 1909. Is., 15s. 
Florida Everglades Review. Republic Bldg., Chicago, 

111. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1910. $1.00 year. 
Frauen-zukunft. Mimich and Leipzig, vol. 1, no. 1, 

1910. 
Geologische Rundschau. Leipzig, bi-mo., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ap. 1910. M. 12. 
Health and Happiness. 4741 E. Ravenswood Park, 

Chicago, 111. mo., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1909. 20c., 

$2.00. 
Home Gazette of the Church Missionary Society. London. 

mo., Svo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1905. 
Ideas. 231 S. 53d St., Philadelphia, Pa. mo., Svo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1910. $1.00 year. 
Hygienischer Wegweiser. Hamburg, mo., vol. 1, no. 1, 

1910. M. 2. 



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Vol. 6 No. 6 



Industrias Mexicanas. Monterey, Mexico. 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1909. 
Inland Stationer, The. Chicago, 111. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1. Je. 1908. 
International Inventor. 154 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. 

mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ag. 1910. 15c., $1.50. 
Inventor, The. 46 Stone St., Rochester, N. Y. mo., 

8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1910. lOc, $1.00. 
Islam, Der. Zeitschrift fur Geschichte und Kultur des 

islamischen Orients. Strassburg. quar., vol. 1, no. 1, 

My. 1910. M. 20. 
//. Breneman Bldg., Lancaster, Pa. mo., Svo, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1910. 5c., 50c. 
Journal of Race Development. Worcester, Mass. quar., 

Svo, vol. 1. no. 1, Jl. 1910. 50c., $2.00. 
Lawyer and Banker, The. Bemice Bldg., Tacoma, Wash. 

bi-mo., Svo. il., vol. 1. no. 1, Ja. 1909. $2.00 year. 
Local Government Review, London, mo., 4to, vol. 1, 

no 1, N. 1909. Is., 13s. 
Loco. Locomotive Club, Schenectady, N. Y. quar., 

Svo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1910. 15c., 50c. 
Logos. Internationale Zettschrift fur Philosophie der 

Kultur. Tiibingen. vol. 1, no. 1, 1910. M. 9. vol. 
Mail Order Whiskey Journal. 39 E. 3d St., Cincinnati, 

O. mo., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1910. $3.00 year. 
Master Builder, The. 166 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1908. 
Methodist Laymen's Herald. 318 Juliana St., Parkers- 
burg, W. Va. mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1910. 5c., 

50c. 
Michigan State Library. Quarterly Bulletin. Lansing, 

Mich, quar., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja.-Ap. 1910. 
Motor- Bi and Accessories. 1777 Broadway, New York, 

N. Y. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1. My. 1910. lOc, $1.00. 
National Association of Mercantile Agencies. Bulletin. 

Detroit, Mich, quar., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ag. 1909. 
National Family Reunion Journal. Stafford Bldg., 

Buffalo, N. Y. mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1910. 

$1.00 year. 
National Society of Scientific Research. Official Bulletin. 

Washington, D. C. irreg., 4to, Paper no. 1 [Ag.] 1909. 

25c. 
Natur und Erziehung. Stuttgart, mo., vol. 1, no. 1, 

1909-10. M. S. 
New-Church Quarterly, The. London. quar., Svo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1910. Is. no. 
New Orleans Public Library. Quarterly Bulletin. 

New Orleans, La. quar., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja.-Mr. 

1910. 
North Carolina Library Bulletin. Raleigh, N. C. quar., 

Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja.-F. 1910. 
Philomath, The. Denver, Colo, mo., 24mo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, D. 1909. 5c. 
Photoisms. 194 Broadway, New York, N. Y. mo., 

12mo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1910. lOc, $1.00. 
Pilzfreund, Die. Lucerne, mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1910. 

F. 8. 
Poor's Manual of Industrials. New York, N. Y. ann., 

Svo, vol. 1, 1910. 
Praktischer Ratgeber fur Kellerwirtschaft und Weinbau. 

Vienna, mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1910. kr. 8. 
Prairie State. 609 Columbus St., Ottawa, 111. mo., 

4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ag. 1910. 1.5c., $1.50. 
Prensa, La. Ponce, P. R. w., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 15, 1910. 
Progress. Empire Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. mo., Svo, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1909. lOc, $1.00. 
Progressive Botanist. Bryn Mawr, Wash, quar., Svo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ap.-Je. 1910. 25c., $1.00. 
Public, The. Cleveland, O. mo., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

S. 1908. 
Purchasing Agent and Corporation Buyer. Chicago, 111. 

mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1910. $1.00 year. 
Quiet Corner, The. 257 Fifth Av., New York, N. Y. 

mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1910. 5c. no. 
Railway Electrical Engineer. Monadnock Bldg., Chicago, 

111. mo. 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1909. 10c. , $1.00. 
Salesmen's Magazine. Marbridee Bldg., New York, 

N. Y. mo., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, \ly. 1910. 10c. , $1.00. 
Schiveizerischer elektrotechnischer Verein. Bulletin. 

Zurich, mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1910. 



Staatsbiirger, Der. Halbmonatsschrift fur politische 

Bildung. Leipzig, vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1910. M. 8. 
Sterling Magazine, The. 2807 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo. 

mo., Svo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1910. 15c. no. 
Studio, The. 6 W. Adams Av., Detroit, Mich, mo., 4to, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1910. lOc, $1.00. Music. 
Teacher's Helper. 327 14th Av., S. E., Minneapolis, 

Minn, quar., 4to, il.. vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1905. $1.00 year. 
Telephone Review. 15 Dey St., New York, N. Y. mo., 

fol., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1910. 
Top- Notch Magazine. 79 Seventh Av., New York, N. Y. 

semi-mo., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1, 1910. lOc, $2.00. 
Town Planning Review. Liverpool, quar., Svo, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1910. 2s. 6d., 10s. 
Traffic. Stevenson and Ecker Sts., San Francisco, Cal. 

w., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 13, 1910. lOc, $4.00. 
Votes for Women. Arcade Bldg., Seattle, Wash, mo., 

4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1909. lOc, $1.00. 
White Ribbon News, The. Elizabeth, N. J. mo., fol., 

vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1910. 25c. year. 
Woman's Era. 432 Carrol St., New Orleans, La. mo., 

Svo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1910. 15c., $1.50. 
Zeitschrift fur Flugtechnik und Motorluflschriffahrt. 

Munich, vol. 1, no. 1-2, Ja. 1910. M. 12. 
Zentralblatt fur allgemeine und experimentelle Biologie. 

Leipzig, semi-mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1910. M. 25. 
Zentralblatt fur Rontgenstrahlen, Radtum und verwandte 

Gebiete. Weisbaden. vol. 1, no. 1, 1910. 

n. Changed or Discontinued. 

Advertising Ideas. Kansas City, Mo. Changed \o Ideas 

with no. 3, Mr. 1910. 
Alcolm Monthly, The. New York. Discontinued with 

My. 1910. 
American Aeronaut. St. Louis. Discontinued with no 

6, Je. 1908. 
American Athletics. New York. Discontinued with 

no. 2, Mv. 1909. 
American 'Health. New Haven. Discontinued with 

vol. 2, no. 1, Mr. 1909. 
American Standard. New York. Discontinued with 

no. 4, Ag. 26, 1904. Merged in Vanity Fair. 
Anglo-American Magazine. New York. Discontinued 

with vol. 8, no. 5, D. 1902. 
Association of Civil Engineers of Cornell University. 

Transactions. Ithaca, N. Y. Changed to Cornell 

Civil Engineer with vol. 15, no. 1, Mr. 1907. 
Association Review. Washington. Changed to VoltS 

Review, mo., with vol. 12 no. 1. Ap. 1910. 
Birds and Nature. Chicago. Discontinued with new 

series, vol. 1, no. 2, Je. 1907. 
Bohemian, The. Deposit, N. Y. Discontinued with 

D. 1909. 
Booklover's Magazine. Edinburgh. Discontinued with 

vol. 8, no. 6, 1909. 
Business and Finance. New York. Changed to Knowl- 
edge with Jl. 1909. 
Civic Sentinel. Richmond, Va. Discontinued with 

vol. 7, no. 9, Ja. 1908. Merged in The American Issue. 
Conquest Magazine, The. Troy, N. Y. Merged in The 

Federal Bulletin, My. 1910. 
Feuille des ieunes naturalistes. Paris. Discontinued 

with s. 4, vol. 40, no. 470, D. 1909. 
Gunter's Magazine. New York. Changed to The New 

Magazine, Chicago, with vol. 12, no. 3, O. 1910. 
Home Gazette of the Church Missionary Society. London. 

Discontinued with vol. 2, D. 1906. Followed by the 

C. M. S. Gazette. 

Journal of Weights and Measures. Troy, N. Y. Discon- 
tinued with no. 6, Ap. 1909. 
Longevity. Washington. Discontinued with no. 4 

D. 1907. 

Magazine World. Toledo, O. Discontinued with vol. 2, 

no. 4, Ag. 1906. 
Mundo de Hoy, El. Chicago. Discontinued with no. 2, 

F. 1909. 
National Vehicle Magazine. Chicago. Changed to 

Motor and Horse Vehicle with vol. 3, no. 8, Jl. 15, 1909. 
New Zealand Mines Record. Wellington. Discontinued 

with vol. 12, no. 10, My. 1909. 



Oct., 1910 



Magazine Subject-Index. 



161 



optical Journal. New York. Consolidated with 

Optical Review and called Optical Jovimal and 

Review, Te. 1910. 
OverhoU's Magazine. Dayton, O. Discontinued with 

no. 3, F. 1909. 
Public, The. Cleveland. Discontinued with no. 3, O. 

1908. 
Publicity. Washington. Changed to Washingtonian 

with Je. 1910. 
Rose Bush, The. Cleveland. Discontinued with vol. 4, 

no. 4, S. 1908. 
Shrine, The. Stratford-on-Avon. Discontinued with 

vol 1, Ap. 1903. 
Soziale Praxis. Leipzig. Changed to Soziale Praxis 

und Archiv fUr Volkswohlfahrt with vol. 19, no. 27, 

Ap. 1910. 



State, The. Tacoma, Wash. Discontinued with vol. 8, 

no. 1, F. 1902. 
Storyteller, The. Terre Haute, Ind. Discontinued with 

vol. 3, no. 6, Je. 1902. 
Technique automobile. Paris. Changed to Technique 

automobile et adrienne, Ja. 1910. 
Texas Banker, The. Dallas. Discontinued with vol. 9, 

no. 6, Je. 1910. Merged in Texas Banker's Journal. 
Volkswirtschaftliche Wochenschrift. Vienna. Changed 

to Dom's Volkswirtschaftliche Wochenschrift with 

vol. 53, no. 1376, My. 13, 1910. 
Wall Street Summary. New York. Merged in Financial 

America with vol. 5, no. 83, Ap. 13, 1910. 
Woodworkers' Review. Chicago. Discontinued with 

N. 1909. 



QUARTERLY MAGAZINE SUBJECT-INDEX, JULY-SEPT., J9J0 

(*Belns a continuation of the Magaiine Subject-Indez, VoL 1, and Anniials for 1908 and 1909.) 



LIST OF PERIODICALS INDEXED, ABBREVIATIONS USED. 



Am. City. 
Am. Cath. Res. 

Am.Cath.His.S. 
Am. For. 

Am. J. Int. L. 
Am.J.Int.L.Supp. 

Am. Pol. Sci. 
Americana. 
Ann. Ia. 
Appalachia. 
Arch. & B. M. 
Bk. News. 
Bkman (Lond.) 
Brickb. 
BuL. Am. Rep. 

BuL. B. 
Burl. M. 
Can. For. J. 
Connoisseur. 
Ed. Bi-Mo. 
Fla. His. S. 

For. Q. 

GeogISoc.Phila. 
Gran. Mo. 
Gran. St. M. 
HoM. R. 
House & G. 
Ind. M. 
111. His. J. 

lA.J. 

J. Am. His. 
t. His. 
Ky. Reg. 

Kind. M. 
Md. His. M. 
Mass. M. 
Mazama. 
Met. M. 
Mo. His. R. 



American City. N. Y. 

American Catholic Historical Researches. 
Phila. 

Amer. Catholic Hist. See, Records. Phila. 

American Forestry (formerly Conservation). 
Washington, D. C. 

American Journal of Interna'l Law. N. Y. 

American Journal of International Law, 
Supplement. N.Y. 

American Political Science Review. Balto. 

Americana. N. Y. 

Annals of Iowa. Des Moines. 

Appalachia. Boston. 

Architects' and Builders' Magazine. N.Y. 

Book News Monthly. Phila. 

Bookman. London. 

Brickbuilder. Boston. 

Bulletin of the Bureau of American Repub- 
lics. Washington, D. C. 

Bulletin of Bibliography. Boston. 

Burlington Magazine. London and N. Y. 

Canadian Forestry Journal, Toronto. 

Connoisseur. London and N.Y. 

Educational Bi-Monthly. Chicago. 

Florida Historical Society Publications, 
Quarterly. Jacksonville. 

Forestry Quarterly. Cambridge, Mass. 

Geographical Soc. of Philadelphia, Bulletin. 

Granite Monthly. Concord, N. H. 

Granite State Magazine. Manchester, N.H. 

Homiletic Review. N. Y. 

House and Garden. N. Y. 

Indiana Quar. Mag. of Hist., Indianapolis. 

Illinois State Historical Society, Journal. 
Springfield, 111. 

Iowa Jour, of Hist, and Politics. Iowa City. 

Journal of American History. New York. 

Journal of History. Lamoni, la. 

Kentucky State Historical Society Regis- 
ter. Frankfort. 

Kindergarten Primary Magazine. N. Y. 

Maryland Historical Magazine. Baltimore. 

Massachusetts Magazine. Salem, Mass. 

Mazama. Portland, Ore. 

Metropolitan Magazine. N.Y. 

Missouri Historical Review. Columbia. 



Mo. His. Col. 
Moody. 
N. Music R. 
N. J.His.S. 

N. Dak. M. 
O. Arch.Q. 

Old N. W. 

Ore. His. Q. 
Ox. & Camb. 
Pac. Mo. 
Pearson (N.Y.) 
Pa. M. 
Photo-M 
Pres. His. S. 

Print. Art 
Q.J. For. 
Quken's Q. 
Recreation. 
ScH. Ed. 



Sci. Pro. 
Scot. His. R. 
Sierra. 
Soc. Am. For. 

S. C. His. M. 

Sub. L. 
Sunset 
Tech. W. 
Tex. His. Q. 

U. S. Cath. S. 

Univ. M. 
Va. M. 

Wash. His. Q. 
W. Arch. 
Windsor. 
Wis. Arch. 
W.WoRK (Lond.) 



Missouri Hist. Soc, Collections. St. Louis. 

Moody's Magazine. N. Y. 

New Music Review. N. Y. 

New Jersey Historical Society Proceed- 
ings. Newark. 

North Dakota Magazine. Bismarck. 

Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quar. 

" Old Northwest " Genealogical Quarterly. 
Columbus. 

Oregon Hist. Society Quarterly. Portland. 

Oxford and Cambridge Review. London. 

Pacific Monthly. Portland, Ore. 

Pearson's Ma^zine. N. Y. 

Pennsylvania Magazine of History. Phila. 

Photo-Miniature. N. Y. 

Presbyterian Historical Society, Journal. 
Phila. 

Printing Art. Cambridge, Mass. 

Quarterly Journal of Forestry. London. 

Queen's Quarterly. Kingston, Ont. 

Recreation. N. Y. 

School and Home Education. Blooming- 
ton, 111. 

Science Progress. London. 

Scottish Historical Review. Glasgow. 

Sierra Club Bulletin. San Francisco. 

Society of American Foresters, Proceed- 
ings. Washington, D. C. 

South Carolina Historical and Genealogi- 
cal Magazine. Charleston. 

Suburban Life. N. Y. 

Sunset. San Francisco. 

Technical World. Chicago. 

Texas State Historical Association Quar- 
terly. Austin. 

U.S. Cath. Hist. Soc, Historical Recordi 
and Studies. N. Y. 

University Magazine. Montreal. 

Virginia Magazine of History and Biogra- 

Wjhy. Richmond, 
asnington Historical Quarterly. Seattle. 
Western Architect. Minneapolis. 
Windsor Magazine. London. 
Wisconsin Archaeologist. Milwaukee. 
World's Work. London. 



Explanatory. Inclusive pages of articles indexed are given, making possible an accurate estimate of length. The Tolume 
month and year are also given. 

"il." means illustrated. "por.", "pors.", mean with portrait, or portraits. "Portrait" means portrait only, no article. 

If an article concerning a person is marked " il." it means that among the illustrations there is no portrait, while " por." or 
" pors." would show that the only illustrations were portraits. 

A colon after an initial designates the most usual given name, as per rule adopted by the A. L. A., and by both the Reader's 
Guide and Library Index. 

Continued stories and fiction by notable writers have been included under name of author. 



1907 



* Magazine Subject-Index, Vol. i, 276 pp., large 80, covws the index to 79 magazines:— 44 from first issue, through 
and 35 for 1907 only. The Boston Book Co., $4.00 net in half morocco, $3.00 net in cloth. Delivery, 25c. extra. 



and covering many new titles 



Annual Magazine Subject-Index for igo8, 193 pp., large 80, ist supplement to vol. 
The BostonBook Co., $3.00 net, $3.25 delivered. 
Annual Magazine Subject-Index for 1909 (including Dramatic Index) 468 pp. large 80, ^5.50 net, delivery 40c extra. 



162 



Bulletin of Bibliography. 



Vbl. 6 No. 5 



QUARTERLY MAGAZINE SUBJECT-INDEX, JULT-SEPT., 1910. 



Acoustics. Hints on architectural acoustics. H. Tal- 
lant. Brickb. 19: 111-6. My.'lO; 19: 155-8, Jl.' 10. 

Adirondack Mountains. Mt. Marcy, Winter ascent of. 
A. F. Ormsbee. Appalachia 12: 135-8, Jl.'lO. 

Administrators. Estate of Giuseppe Ghio. Am. J. Int. L. 
4: 71()-35, Jl.'lO. 

Advertising^. Artistic newspaper advertisements, il. 
Print. Art 15: 446-51, Ag.'lO. 

Ag^cultural education. Proposed lines of advance in agri- 
cultural nature study. F. L. Charles. Sch. Ed. 30: 
13-17, S.'IO. 

Agriculture. In the Tropics, Agricultural progress. J. C. 
Willis. Sci. Pro. 5: 48-59, Jl.'lO, and following 
issue. 

Alaska. Volcanoes of. F. J. B. Cordeiro. Appalachia 
12: 130-5, Jl.'lO. 

Alloys. Magnetic alloys. H. A. Knowlton. il. Sci. Pro. 5: 
111-14, Jl.'lO. 

America. History. Historical views and reviews. Ameri- 
cana 5: 651-9, Je.'lO, and following issues. 

— History. Where America was named. Americana 5: 

651-2, Je.'lO. 
American GathoUc historical society. Founding of. Am. 

Cath. Res. 6: 235-7, Jl.'lO. 
American federation of arts. Washington conference, 1st. 

Am. City 3: 16-19, Jl.'lO. 
Amherst, N. H. One hundred and fiftieth anniversary. 

W:B. Rotch. il. Gran. Mo. 42: 197-215, Jl.'lO. 
Amiel, Henri Frederic, 1821-81. Author of religious 

works. Estimate of. E. H. Eppens. il. Horn. R. 

60: 189-93, S.'IO. 
Animals, wild. Hamburg. Hagenbeck wild beast farm. 

C. Moffett. il. Met. M. 32: 785-93, S.'IO. 

— Training of. L. E. Theiss. il. Pearson (N. Y.) 

24: 71-7, Jl.'lO. 
Annuals, Literary. English drawing-room annuals, a 

bibliography. F: W. Faxon. Bvd. Bib. 6: 110-13, 

Jl.'lO, and following issues. 
Anthropology. California, Recent discoveries in. A. L. 

Kroeber. U. Sunset 25: 255-60, S.'IO. 
Apartment houses. New York city. Alwyn Court, il. 

Arch. & B. M. 42: 335-9, Je.'lO. 

— New York city. The Dorchester, il. plan. Arch. & 

B. M. 42: 339-40, Je.'lO. 

— New York city. The Dreadnaught. il. plan. Arch. & 

B. M. 42: 341-2, Je.'lO. 
Arbitration. Brazil-China arbitration convention. Am. J. 
Int. L. Supp. 4: 255-6, Jl.'lO. 

— Members of^the Permanent court of arbitration. Am. 

J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 264-78, Jl.'lO. 

Arcmtecture. Historic architecture in America, il. J. 
Am. His. 4: 417-20, Jl.'lO. 

Argentine Republic. Centenary celebrations and ex- 
hibitions, il. Bui. Am. Rep. 31: 418-33, S.'IO. 

— Commercial and economic conditions. Bui. Am. Rep. 

31 : 2-26, Jl.'lO, and following issues. 
Arizona. Prospects as a state. R. E. Sloan, il. Simset 

25: 267-72, S.'IO. 
Arms and armor. The Noel Paton collection of arms and 

armour. G. F. Laking. il. Burl. M. 17: 148-58, 

Je.'lO, and following issues. 
Art and artists. Daniel Myteus in England. C. C. Stopes. 

Buri. M. 17: 160-3, Je.'lO. 

— The large Greek relief in Boston, Interpretation of. 

J. Marshall, il. Burl. M. 17: 247-50, Jl.'lO. 

— Queen Catherine Howard, Portrait of, by Hans Hol- 

bein, the younger. L. Cust. il. Burl. M. 17: 193- 
9, Jl.'lO. 

— A rare etching by Altdorfer and its original. C. Dodg- 

son. il. Buri. M. 17: 290-3, Ag.'lO. 

— Twenty years of British art at the Whitechapel gal- 

lery. D. S. MacCoU. il. Burl. M. 17: 220-30, 
Tl.'^lO. 

— Uccello's story of Noah in the Chiostro Verde. E. G. 

Campani. il. Burl. M. 17: 203-10, Jl.'lO. 

— Wax bust of Flora, Affidavits concerning. Bvu-1. M. 

17: 178-83, Je.'lO. 



Art collections. Cambridge colleges, Old plate of. C. 
Lyons, il. Burl. M. 17: 214-20, Jl.'lO. 

— English mediaeval alabaster work. A. Vallance. il. 

Buri. M. 17: 293-9, Ag.'lO. 

— Robert Hoe collection. Pictures in. F. J. Mather, il. 

Burl. M. 17: 315-16, Ag.'lO. 

— Italian medals, Notes on. G. F. Hill. il. Burl. M. 17: 

143-6, Je.'lO, and following issues. 

— The Mvmich exhibition of Mohammedan art. R. Fry. 

il. Buri. M. 17: 283-90, Ag.'lO. 
Art galleries. Oldham art gallery and its pictures. E: R. 
Dibdin. il. Windsor 32: 125-36, Jl.'lO. 

— The new Vatican gallery. E. Modigliani. il. Con- 

noisseur 27: 243-7, Ag.*10. 
Astronomy. Evolution of stellar systems. F. W. Henkel. 
Sci. Pro. 5:82-90, Jl.'lO. 

— Star map. The great. H. H. Turner. Sci. Pro. 5: 1-14, 

Jl.'lO. 
Atherton, Gertrude. Author. The woman as she is. pors. 

F. M. Holly, il. Bk. News 29: 7-9, S.'IO. 

— Work of. R. Le GaUieune. il. Bk. News 29: 10-11, 

S.'IO. 

— Worid of. H. Scheflauer. il. Bk. News 29: 12-17, 

S.'IO. 
Athletics, Amateur. United States. In the hands of a 

trust. J. B. Connolly, il. Met. M. 32: 443-54, 

Jl.'lO. 
Austin, Stephen F., and the independence of Texas. 

E. C. Barker. Tex. His. Q. 13: 257-84, Ap.'lO. 
Automobiles. Practical hints for automobilists. S. Tay- 
lor. Recreation 32: 43-4, Jl.'lO, and following 

issues. 
Aviation. Airships as battleships. C. Dienstbach and 

T. R. MacMechen. il. Windsor 32: 403-15, S.'IO. 

— Deaths resulting from aviation. B. Millard, il. 

Tech. W. 14: 3-14, S.'IO. 

— Rolls. C: Stewart and his cross-channel flight, il. W. 

Work (Lond.) 16: 136-7, Jl.'lO. 

— Teaching the art of flying. R: Cull. il. Tech. W. 14: 

43-5, S.'IO. 

— Count Zeppelin's airship trips. T. R. MacMechen and 

C. Dienstbach. il. Tech. W. 13: 617-27, Ag.'lO. 

Backus, Isaac, 1724-1806. Home-life of an early Ameri- 
can minister, por. J. M. H. Andrews. J. Am. His. 4: 
399-405, Jl.'lO. 

Baltimore, Lord. The first Lord Baltimore in Virginia. 
Am. Cath. Res. 6: 242-3, Jl.'lO. 

Bank buildings. Boston safe deposit and trust company 
building, il. Arch. & B. M. 42: 420-3, Jl.'lO. 

— Louisville, Ky. Lincoln savings bank. il. W. Arch. 

16: Ag.'lO. 
Baseball. United States. American league, season 1910. 
H. Jennings, il. Met. M. 32: 721-30, S.'IO. 

— United States. Comparison of the two big leagues. 

S. Crane, il. Pearson (N. Y.) 24: 177-87, Ag.^lO. 

— United States. National league, season 1910. J: 

Evers. il. Met. M. 32: 555-66, Ag.'lO. 
Bass, Robert Perkins. Sketch, por. il. Gran. St. M. 6: 

169-75, My.'lO. 
Batik. In home decoration. Mira B. Edson. il. House & 

G. 18: 158-9, S.'IO. 

Beans. Evolution of stringless bean by C. N. Keeney. 

P. T. Barnes, il. Sub. L. 11: 89, 117-18, Ag.'lO. 
Bear, John L., 1838-. Mormon elder. Autobiography. 

por. J. His. 3: 259-69, Jl.'lO, and following issues. 
Bears. Photographing bears on the Iskoot. J. Sullivan. 

il. Recreation 32: 138-41, 150-1, S.'IO. 
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827, and George Thom- 
son of Edinburgh. J. C. Hadden. N. Music R. 9: 

482-4, S.'IO. 
Berkley, S. C. Inscriptions in church-yard of St. John's 

parish church. S. C. His. M. 11: 173-84, Jl.'lO. 
Bible. Inspiration of. Scientific meaning of. G. Henslow. 

Horn. R. 60: 25-8, Jl.'lO. 

— Old Testament. Language and script of. A. H. Sayce. 

il. Hom. R. 60: 100-4, Ag.'lO. 

— Study of, by men, an advantage. C. S. Cooper, il. 

Hom. R. 60: 181-5, S.'IO. 



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163 



Bigelow, John, 1817-, Bigelow, John, Retrospections of 

an active life (review). J. M. Callahan. Am. Pol. 

Sci. 4: 454-7, Ag.'lO. 
Biology. Butler, Samuel, Biological writings. M. Hartog. 

Sci. Pro. 5: 15-37, Jl." 10. 
Birch-bark. Uses of . R. F. WUliams. il. Sub. L. 11:28, 

Jl.'lO. 
Birds. Game, New. E:Cave. il. Recreation 32: 117-20, 

156-8, S.'IO. 

— Oxford. A. Collett. Ox. & Camb. no. 11: 104-17, 

Long Vac. '10. 

— Sea-gulls, Habits of. B. S. Bowdish. il. Sub. L. 11: 

19, Jl.'lO. 
Blockade. Basis of rules of blockade in Declaration of 

London. D. P. Myers. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 567-95, 

Jl.'lO. 
Boats and boatings. Cruising, Some observations on. 

R. .M. Pearson, il. Recreation 32: 80-3, Ag.'lO. 

— Handling a rowing skiff. L. de B. Handley. il. 

Recreation 32: 27-8, Jl.'lO. 

— Motor boat trip from Chicago to New Orleans. A. G. 

Cuthbert. il. Recreation 32: 148-9, S.'IO. 

— Rough rigs on small boats. T. Russell, il. Recreation 

32: 86-8, Ag.'lO. 
Bolivia. Commercial and economic conditions. Bui. Am. 

Rep. 31 : 27-41, Jl.'lO, and following issues. 
Bookmakingf. Criticism of. H. L. Koopman. Print. Art 

15: 354-6, Jl.'lO. 
Brazil. China-Brazil arbitration convention. Am. J. Int. 

L. Supp. 4: 255-6, Jl.'lO. 

— Commercial and economic conditions. Bui. Am. Rep. 

31: 42-73, Jl.'lO, and following issues. 

— United States-BrazU naturalization convention. Am. 

T. Int. L. Supp. 4: 262-4, Jl.'lO. 

— Uruguay-Brazil treaty. Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 256- 

60, Jl.'lO. 
British Museum. The gold room. A. W. Jarvis. il. Con- 

noisseiir 27: 257-65, Ag.'lO. 
Brookville, Ind. One htmdred years of, June, 1908. H. M. 

Skinner. Ind. M. 6: 80-86, Te.'lO. 
Brown, John. Trial of. G: E. Caskie. Ann. la. 9: 359-79, 

Ap.'lO. 
Brown-tail moth. In Canada. C. G. Hewitt. Can. For. J. 

6: 43-4. Je.'lO. 
Buffalo, N. Y. Mimicipal charter revision in. Am. Pol. Sci. 

4: 398-401, Ag.'lO. 
Bulbs. For fall planting. P. H. Weise. il. Sub. L. 1 1 : 86, 

Ag.'lO. 
Burland, J. B. Harris. Author. Sketch, por. Bkman 

(Lond.) 38: 188, Ag.'lO. 
Burroughs, Sherman E., 1870-. Sketch of. por. Gran. 

Mo. 42: 225-8, Ag.'lO. 
Butler, Samuel. Biological writings. M. Hartog. Sci. 

Pro. 5: 15-37, Jl.'lO. 
Cactus. Its industrial uses. S. R. Mitchell, il. Tech. W. 

13: 700-3, Ag.'lO. 
Oalifomia. Climate of. Katharine Chandler, il. Sunset 

25: 104-7, Jl.'lO. 

— Early history of . W: Simpson, il. Stmset 25 : 283- 

92, S.'IO. 

— Passing of the cattle barons. J. M. Guinn. il. Pac. 

Mo. 24: 332-4, S.'IO. 

— Pre-historic peoples' remains recently discovered. 

A. L. Kroeber. il. Sunset 25: 255-60, S.'IO. 

— Prize farms of Yvana, Cal. W. J. Hall. il. Sunset 25: 

301-6, S.'IO. 

Cameron, John, 1579-1625. Scottish Protestant theo- 
logian in France. Sketch. G. B. Maury. Scot. His. R. 
7: 325-45, Jl.'lO. 

Campbell, William Wilfred, 1861-. A Scotch-Canadian 
poet. por. F. Yeigh. Bk. News 28: 897-900, Ag.'lO. 

Camping. Adirondacks, A tramping trip in. B. Brownell. 
il. Recreation 32: 96-8, Ag.'lO. 

— on Mt. Cardigan, N. H. J : A. Brandon, il. Recrea- 

tion 32: 159-61, S.'IO. 

— Suggestions for camping kits. il. Recreation 32: 52, 

Jl.'lO. 



Camping — (continued) . 

— A vacation in the Tetons. F. W. Barrow, il. Recrea- 

tion 32: 144-5, S.'IO. 
Canada. Lucas, C. P. History of Canada (review). A. H. 
Snow. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 752-8, Jl.'lO. 

— A project for building towns in. J. O. Cxirwood. il. 

Tech. W. 13: 499-504, Jl.'lO. 

— United States boundary. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 668-73, 

Jl.'lO. 

— United States, Treaty with Great Britain respecting 

boundary waters. Am. J. Int. L. Supp. 4: 239-49, 
Jl.'lO. 
Canals. American continent. First canals on the. F. W. 
Powell. J. Am. His. 4: 407-16, Jl.'lO. 

— Scotland, Central, Canal through, map. C. Bam- 

bridge. il. Tech. W. 13: 543-9, Jl.'lO. 
Cannizzaro, Stanislao, 1826-1910. Chemist. Biographical 

sketch. M. M. P. Muir. Sci. Pro. 5: 147-60, Jl.'lO. 
Canoes and canoeing. How the Ojibway paddles his 

canoe. A. W. Dimock. il. Recreation 32: 132-3, 

S.'IO. 

— Some points on shooting rapids. H. R. Hubbard, il. 

Recreation 32: 34-5, Jl.'lO. 
Caste. Ketkar, Shridhar V. History of caste in India 

(review). F. Edgerton. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 446-8, Ag.'lO 
Catholic history. Briefs and notes. Am. Cath. Res. 6: 

251-71, Jl.'lO. 
Central America. Traveling notes in. il. Bui. Am. Rep. 

31: 434-42, S.'IO. 
Chairs. How rush seats are made. Louise Shrimpton. il 

House & G. 18: 91, 115-6, Ag.'lO. 
Chaldea and Asssrria. King, L. W. A history of Sumer 

and Akkad (review). C. Beaumont. Bkman (Lond.) 

38: 169-71, Jl.'lO. 
Chemistry. Fenton, H: J. H., Outlines of chemistry with 

practical work (review). Sci. Pro. 5: 161-3, Jl.'lO. 
Chicago, 111. Glenview subtirb, made to order. O. P. 

Beckley. il. Sub. L. 11: 81-2, Ag.'lO. 
Chile. Commercial and economic conditions. Bui. Am, 

Rep. 31: 74-96, Jl.'lO, and following issues. 
China. Brazil-China arbitration convention. Am. J. Int. 

L. Supp. 4: 255-6, Jl.'lO. 

— Why the Chinese oppose foreign railway loans. Ching- 

Chun Wang. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 365-73, Ag.'lO. 
Church. Church-going should be made attractive. A. J. 

Waldron. W. Work (Lond.) 16: 264-9, Ag.'lO. 
Church architecture. Allentown, Pa. Christ Lutheran 

Church, il. plan. W. Arch. 16: Jl.'lO. 

— Louisville, Ky. First Christian Church, il. plan. W. 

Arch. 16: Ag.'lO. 

Churches. American. Foreign-speaking churches. Perma- 
nency of. A. J. Loeppert. il. Hom. R. 60: 20-4, 
Jl.'lO. 

Cities, planning and la3n[ng out. Berlin, City planning 
exhibition in. G. B. Ford. il. Am. City. 3: 120-4, 
S.'IO. 

— City planning, its basic principles. F. L. Olmsted. 

Am. City 3: 67-72, Ag.'lO. 

— City planning, what some cities have done. C. R. 

Woodruff. Am. City 3: 75-6, Ag.'lO. 

— City street planning. J: Nolen. Am. City 3: 119, S.'IO. 

— Covered ways for a business district'. S. Baxter. Am. 

City 3: 127-9, S.'IO. 

— Planning of undeveloped city areas. N. P. Lewis. 

Am. City 3: 137-40, S.'IO. 

— Problem of extending the city plan. J. W. Shirley. 

W. Arch. 16: 95-8, S.'IO. 
Citizens. Protection to citizens residing abroad. Basis of. 

E. Root. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 517-28, Jl.'lO. 
Clemens, Samuel Langhome (Mark Twain, pseud.), 

1835-1910, and the Pacific coast, por. G: W. James. 

il. Pac. Mo. 24: 115-32, Ag.'lO. 

— Portrait. Print. Art 15: 429, Ag.'lO. 

Clocks. Antique clocks. G: Cecil, il. Connoisseur 28: 
31-6, S.'IO, and following issues. 

— Clocks running two years without winding. J. Whar- 

ton, il. W. Work (Lond.) 16: 423-5, S.'IO. 
Clubhouses. London. Royal automobile club's new house. 
J: Halifax, il. W. Work (Lond.) 16: 191-6, Jl.'lO 



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Cole, Rex Vicat. Artist. Work of. por. A. Chester, il. 

Windsor 32: 368-82, S.'IO. 
Colleges and universities. Chicago. Old vmiversity of, in 

1867. E. J. Goodspeed. il. 111. His. J. 3: Jl.'lO, 

52-7. 

— Massachusetts College, map. R. Bergengren. il. Tech. 

W. 13: 505-12, J1.40. 

— Minnesota University. Campus plan. il. plan. W. 

Arch. 16: Ag.'lO. 
Columbia. Commercial and economic conditions. Bui. 

Am. Rep. 31: 97-115, Jl.'lO, and following issues. 
Columbus, Christopher, 1451-1606. Proof of the date of 

his birth. Am. Cath. Res. 6: 249-50, Jl.'lO. 
Comets. Halley's comet, Effect of, upon atmospheric 

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Concrete. Failures in concrete. B : Brooks, il. Tech. W. 

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Coney Island, N. Y. Amusement devices. F : Thompson. 

il. Met. M. 32: 601-10, Ag.'lO. 
Conservation. New forest products laboratory. E. A. 

Start, il. Am. For. 16:387-403, Jl.'lO. 

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Goggins. Am. For. 16: 415-18, Jl.'lO. 

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Mo. 24: 104-11, Jl.'lO. 
Conservation of natural resources. Canada. Can. For. J. 
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L. Lamprey, il. Tech. W. 14: 22-4, S.'IO. 
Conservatories. A home conservatory and its plants. 

Mrs. E. E. TrumbuU. U. Sub. L. 11: 165-6, S.'IO. 
Constitutions. Constitutional developments in foreign 

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Pol. Sci. 4: 325-49, Ag.'lO. 
Consular jurisdiction. United States v. C. A. Engel- 

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Baldwin Locomotive Works. Sketch, por. Pres. 

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Copyright. Proclamation of the President of the United 

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Correspondence schools. Instruction by correspondence. 

Sch. Ed. 30: 22-7, S.'IO. 
Costa Rica. Commercial and economic conditions. Btil. 

Am. Rep. 31: 116-34, Jl.'lO, and following issues. 
Cricket. Batting experiences. J. E. Raphael, il. Windsor 

32: 399-402, S.'IO. 

— British empire. Proposed imperial tournament. P. F. 

Warner, il. Windsor 32: 171-4, Jl.'lO. 

— Politicians who play. H.Gordon, il. Windsor 32: 295- 

301, Ag.'lO. 
Cruising. Some observations on. R. M. Pearson, il. 

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Cuba. Commercial and economic conditions. Bui. Am. 

Rep. 31: 135-51, Jl.'lO, and following issues. 

— Foreign business interests in. R. W. WooUey. Pear- 

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— What Cuban annexation would mean to the United 

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Cutting machines. The microtome. C. H. Claudy. il. 
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Darwin, Charles, 1809-82. Poulton, E. B., Charles Dar- 
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Deer. Art of hunting. S. D. Barnes, il. Recreation 32: 

122^, S.'IO. 
De Morgan, William Frend, 1839-. Author. Sketch, por. 

A. St. J. Adcock. Bkman (Lond.) 38: 195-206, 

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Dexter, "Lord" Timothy, 1743-1806. An eccentric char- 
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Dialect. Pennsylvania German in fiction. E: W. Hocker. 

Bk. News 28: 894-6, 904, Ag.'lO. 
Diaz, Porfirio, President of Mexico, 1830-. Eighth vmani- 
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233-54, S.'IO. 
Dogs. Airedale terrier in Colorado. B. F. Simonds. il. 

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— House-dog, Care of. N. Newnham-Davis. il. Sub. L. 

11: 25, Jl.'lO. 
Dominican Republic. Commercial and economic condi- 
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Drugs. Drug addiction, Danger of. J. J. McCarthy 

Pearson (N. Y.) 24: 169-76, Ag.'lO. 
Dubuque, la. Early history of Dubuque. L. H. Lang- 
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Ducks. Duck shooting on Lake Poigan. H. Reeder. il- 

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Earthquakes. Predicting nature's explosions. R. Bergen- 
gren. il. Tech. W. 13: 687-94, Ag.'lO. 
Easton, Pa. Movement for civic betterment. G. Marston. 

Am. City 3: 13-16, Jl.'lO. 
Ecuador. Commercial and economic conditions. Bui. Am. 

Rep. 31: 168-88, Jl.'lO, and following issues. 
Education. Educational tmrest. H: Miinsterberg. Met. 

M. 32: 459-68. Jl.'lO. 
— History of education. J. W. Cook. Sch. Ed. 30: 9- 

13, S.'IO. 
Edward VII, King of England, 1841-1910. Eulogy. C. 
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Eggleston, George Cary, 1839-. An appreciation, pors. 

R. Johnson, il. Bk. News 28: 805-10, Jl.'lO. 
Electric railways. A continuous trip of two thousand 
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Tech. W. 13: 671-2, Ag.'lO. 
Electricity. Electric lighting in the house. R. W. Clark. 

plan. W. Arch. 16: 73, Jl.'lO. 
Ellis, Bertram, I860-. Candidate for gubemational nomi- 
nation. New Hampshire, por. Gran. Mo. 42: 195-6, 
Jl.'lO. 
Embroidery. During the Stewart period. M. Jourdain. 

il. Connoisseur 28: 39-45, S.UO. 
Emmanuel movement. Spiritual healing. C. H. D. 

Grimes, il. Hom. R. 60: 185-8, S.'IO. 
Engines. The Herrick balanced rotary. C : F : Carter, il. 

Tech. W. 14: 25-30, S.'IO. 
EngUsh language. Eccentricities of, in a Chinese school. 
E. K. Stone and E: W. Coffin. Pac. Mo. 24: 61-3, 
Jl.'lO. 
Esher, Lord, 1852-. Career of, and possibilities for his 
future. W. T. Stead. W. Work (Lond.) 16: 138-i2, 
Jl.'lO. 
Esperanto. Sixth international congress, Washington, 

D. C, 1910. il. Bui. Am. Rep. 31: 486-7. S.'IO. 
Farm homes. Gov. Hadley's plan for supplying the home- 
less with farm houses. F. G. Moorehead. il. Tech. 
W. 13: 647-51, Ag.'lO. 
Farm schools. Dubuque, Iowa. S. L. Walsh, il. Tech. 

W. 13: 568-71. Jl.'lO. 
Farming. Horseless farm. A. Frankland. il. Pac. Mo. 24: 

332-4, S.'IO. 
Finland. Relations with Russia. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 350-64, 

Ag.'lO. 
Fireflies. The light of the firefly. R. A. Sanborn, il. 

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Fish. Gloucester, Mass.. salt fish industry. R. Bergen- 
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Fisheries. North Atlantic fisheries arbitration, Presi- 
dent's address. H: Lammasch. Am. J. Int. L. 4: 
567-70, Jl.'lO. 

Fishing. Bass fishing on the upper Mississippi. W. C. 
Tiffany, il. Recreation 32: 21-3. Jl.'lO. 

— Hunting and fishing in the two Califomias. F. A. 

Crosby. Recreation 32: 29-30, Jl.'lO. 

— Mascalonge fishing. W. A. Smith, il. Recreation 32: 

129-31, S.'IO. 

— In the Minam River. W. E. Patterson, il. Recreation 

32: 38-40, Jl.'lO. 

— Salmon fishing on the Atlantic coast. D. W. Clinch. 

il. Recreation 32: 10-12. Jl.'lO. 

— In the svuri. G. M. L. La Branche. il. Recreation 32: 

73-6, Ag.'lO. 

Fishing rods. How they are made. H. H. Dimn. il. Tech. 

W. 13: 536-41, Jl.'lO. 
Flies. Campaigning against the fly. G: P. Cheney, il. 

Tech. W. 13: 639-46, Ag.'lO. 
Floods. Flood prevention in Kansas City. H. F. Kohr. 

il. Tech. W. 14: 72-6, S.'IO. 
Flowers. Arranging cut-flowers. Gladys H. Sinclair, il. 

Sub. L. 11: 23, Jl.'lO. 

— Some experiments with wild flowers. H. S. Adams, il. 

House & G. 18: 98-9, 119-20, Ag.'lO. 

— Perennials that should be better known. H. S. 

Adams, il. House & G. 18: 34-5, Jl.'lO. 

Food. Food prices in 1823. M. Guest. Americana 5: 766, 
Jl.'lO. 

— Raising of wild game for. J : L. Cowan, il. Tech. W. 

14: 37, 42, S.'IO. 

Forest fires. How to fight. C: H. Shinn. il. Sub. L. 11: 
88, Ag.'lO. 

Forest reserves. Canada. Rocky moimtain forest re- 
serve. Can. For. J. 6: 55-7, Je.'lO. 

Forest service. See United States Forest service. 

Forestry. British Columbia timber problems. A. G. 
Lang. Can. For. J. 6: 47-51, Je.'lO. 

— City forester. Work of. C. D. Mell. il. Am. For. 16: 

519-23, S.'IO. 

— Denmark, Reforestation of . W: Hovgaard. il. Am. 

For. 16: 524-9, S.'IO. 

— Denmark. Tree-planting in Jutland. W: Hovgaard. 

il. W. Work (Lend.) 16: 187-90, Jl.'lO. 

— Education. A forester s education. F. B. Knapp. 

For. Q. 8: 196-7, Je.'lO. 

— Education. The place of forestry in general educa- 

tion. H. A. Smith. For. Q. 8: 191-5, Je.'lO. 

— England. The forest of Dean. W. Schlich. Q. J. For. 

4: 198-203. Jl.'lO. 

— How fire helps. Practical vs. Federal government's 

theory. G: L. Hoxie. il. Simset 25: 145-51, Ag. 10. 

— Madison, Wis. Forest products laboratory. Work of. 

E. A. Start, il. Am. For. 16: 387-403, Jl.'lO. 

— Philippine biireau and its work. G : P. Ahem and W. 

D. Sterrett. Am. For. 16: 539-44, S.'IO. 

— Schools. Forestry in agriculture colleges. S. B. Green. 

For. Q. 8: 186-90, Je.'lO. 

— Work of the government in forest products. H: S. 

Graves, il. Am. For. 16: 405-8, Jl.'lO. 
Forests. Agencies for the restoration and conservation of 
S. B. Elliott. Am. For. 16: 481-9, Ag.'lO. 

— American. Notes of a visit to Canada and the South- 

em Appalachians. W. Somerville. Q. J. For. 4: 
113-19, Ap.'lO.— Same art. Can. For. J. 6: 41-3, 
Je.'lO. 

— Effect of grazing on forest conditions. E. R. Hodson. 

For. Q. 8: 158-68, Je. 10. 

— Europe. European forest notes. C. E. Bessey. For. Q. 

8: 201-9, Je.'lO. 

— Kentucky, Forest planting in. J. B. Atkinson. il. 

Am. For. 16: 449-56, Ag.'lO. 

— Maryland. Besley, F. W. Report of the Maryland 

state board of forestry, 1908-09 (review). J. H. W. 
For. Q. 8: 222-4. Je.'lO. 



Forests — (continued) . 

— Montana. Cost of mapping and estimating. K. W. 

Woodward, il. For. Q. 8: 147-57, Je.'lO. 

— National. Minnesota Quetico game preserve. E. O. 

Oberholtzer. il. Recreation 32: 77-9, Ag.'lO. 

— National. Supervisors meeting, Portland, Ore., 1910. 

For. Q. 8: 210-21, Je.'lO. 

— Protection from fire. H: S. Graves, il. Am. For. 16: 

509-18, S.'IO, and following issues. 

— Provence. Forest of Sainte-Baume. P. R. S. Balfour. 

Q. J. For. 4: 188-91, Jl.'lO. 

— Russia. Report of the Riissian forest dept., 1908, 

(review). For. Q. 8: 228-30, Je.'lO. 

— Westem. Yield tables. E. I. Terry. For. Q. 8: 174-7, 

Je.'lO. 

Fraternal societies. Benevolent order of Elks. What 
they stand for. L. Denison. il. Met. M. 32: 578-86, 
Ag.'lO. 

French, Alice (Octave Thanet, pseud.), 1850-. Sketch. 

por. Bk. News 28: 875-6, Ag.'lO. 
French, Mrs. Anne Warner. See Wamer, Anne. 
Fruit. Apricot gatherers. C. Johns, il. Pac. Mo. 24: 

160-7, Ag.'lO. 
Funerals. Cost of, a burden on the grief-stricken. L. E. 

Theiss. Pearson (N. Y.) 24: 354-64, S.'IO. 
Furniture. Flanders, Popularity of. Maude Gleason. il. 

Sub. L. 11: 95, Ag.'lO. 

— Sir John Murray Scott's collection in the Rue Lafitte 

A. F. Morris, il. Connoisseur 27: 231-40, Ag.'lO. 
Fyrando, Magnus August, 1836-. Mormon elder. Sketch. 

por. A. M. Fyrando. J. His. 3: 306-20, Jl.'lO. 
Oalva, HI. Movement for civic betterment. G. Marston. 

il. Am. City 3: 72-5, Ag.'lO. 
Game. Where to find big game. J. O. Curwood. il. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 24: 406-12, S.'IO. 
Game preserves. Minnesota. Quetico forest reserve. 

E. C. Oberholtzer. il. Recreation 32: 77-9, Ag.'lO. 
Garages. Garage, Radnor township, Delaware County, 

Pa. il. plans. Brickb. 19: Je.'lO. 
Garden cities. Dourges, the first model village in France 

G. Benoit-Levy. il. Am. City 3: 77-81, Ag.'lO. 
Gardens. Making a water-garden. Mary H. Northend. 

il. House & G. 18: 25-8, Jl.'lO. 
Gardening. Bedding-plants. F : de Rochville. il. House 
& G. 18: 152-3, 183-4, S.'IO. 

— England. A girl's success at garden management. 

Carine Cadby. U. W. Work (Lond.) 16: 112, 167- 
70, Jl.'lO. 

— Garden of vistas; paths through evergreens. C: E: 

Hooper, il. House & G. 18: 102-3, 121-2, Ag.'lO. 

— Landscape gardening with bush-hook and pick. H. W. 

Hillyer. fl. House & G. 18: 28, 46-8, Jl.'lO. 

— Making a vegetable garden beautiful. Grace Tabor. 

il. House & G. 18: 148-50, 188, S.'IO. 
Garrett, Edward, pseud. See Mayo, Isabella Fyvie. 
Gas. Producer gas and its value. N. Dak. M. 4: Ag.'lO, 

58-9. 
Gaskell, Mrs. Elizabeth Cleghom, 1810-65. Sketch. 

por. T: Seccombe. il. Bkman (Lond.) 38: 237- 

44, S.'IO. 

— The "Cranford" of Mrs. Gaskell. W. J. Roberts, il. 

Bk. News 29: 21-8, S.'IO. 
Gajmor, William Jay. Mayor of New York city. Sketch, 
pors. W: B. Hale. W. Work (Lond.) 16: 248-^53, 
Ag.'lO. 

— Shall Gaynor lead? M. M. Minton. Pearson (N. Y.) 

24:413-7, S.'IO. 
Germany. Small, A. W. The cameralists; the pioneers of 

German social policy (review). G: E. Howard. Am. 

Pol. Sci. 4: 457-9, Ag.'lO. 
Gift books and annuals. English drawing room annuals; 

a bibliography. F: W. Faxon. Bui. Bib. 6: 110-13, 

Jl.'lO, and following issues. 



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Glass. Leaded glass in the small home. H. E. Goodhue, 
il. House & G. 18: 164-6. S.'IO. 

Gold flah. Thomburg, la. Bruce hatcheries. F. G. Mar- 
shall, il. Tech. W. 13: 664-71, Ag.'lO. 

Oood roads. East Lampeter, Pa., roads. E: I. Farring- 
ton. il. Sub. L. 11: 13-14. Jl.'lO. 

Great Britain. Reign of Edward VII, Influence of. A. 
Mackintosh. U. Windsor 32: 147-53, Jl.'lO. 

— Hobson, J: A. The crisis of liberalism (review). C: C. 

Williamson. Am. Pol. Sci. 4: 448-50, Ag.'lO. 
Greeley, Horace, 1811-72. Portrait. Gran. Mo. 42: 200, 

Jl.'lO. 
Greenhouses. For the amateur. P. T. Barnes, il. Sub. 

L. 11: 29-30, Jl.'lO. 

— Everyman's greenhoxise. F. F. Rockwell, il. House & 

G. 18: 92-3, 117-19, Ag.'lO. 

— Heating and managing a small greenhotise. F. F. 

Rockwell, il. House & G. 18: 162-3, 178-80, S.'IO. 
Grey, Sir Edward. Sketch, por. W. Work (Lond.) 16: 

350, 356, S.'IO.— Work of. P. Landon. W. Work 

(Lond.) 16: 361-66, S.'IO. 
Grouse. In England, Life and uses of. H. Brierley. il. 

W. Work (Lond.) 16: 287-91, Ag.'lO. 
Guatemala. Commercial and economic conditions. Bvil. 

Am. Rep. 31: 189-202, Jl.'lO, and following issues. 
Guggenheim, Simon, 1867-. Senator S. Gordon, il. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 24: 265-72, adv. pp. 22-4, Ag.'lO. 
Guns. A new single trigger, il. Recreation 32: 91-2, 

Ag.'lO. 
Haiti. Commercial and economic conditions. Bui. Am. 

Rep. 31: 204-20, Ag.'lO, and following issues. 
Harbors. Jamaica Bay, the world's greatest seaport. 

C: F: Carter, il. Tech. W. 13: 528-36, Jl.'lO. 
Health. Bad teeth vs. good health. J. J. McCarthy, il. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 24: 340-7, adv. p. 34-6, S.'IO. 

— Department of health, Owen's bill for. A. L. Benson. 

Pearson (N. Y.) 24: 23-30, Jl.'lO. 
Heraldry. Heraldic consderations. Viscount de Fronsac 
il. Americana 5. 627-50, Je.. 10, and following 
issues. 

Hildreth. Azro Benjamin Franklin, 1816-1909. Sketch. 
G: D. Perkins, il. Ann. la. 9: 321-36, Ap.'lO. 

Himalaya mountains. Circuit of Nim Kun. W: H. Work- 
man, il. Appalachia 12: 100-11, Jl.'lO. 

— Trans-Himalaya and Tibet. F. Oswald, map. Sci. 

Pro. 5: 38-47, Jl.'lO. 

Holidays. Independence Day in 1810. B. T. Knight. 
Americana 5: 693-6, Jl.'lO. 

Honduras. Commercial and economic conditions. Bui. 
Am. Rep. 31: 221-36, Ag. 10, and following issues. 

Homecks, The. Sketches, pors. H. P. K. Skipton. Con- 
noisseur 28: 3-13, S. 10. 

Horses. Evolution of the cow pony. W. Anson, il. 
Recreation 32: 5-8, 36-7, Jl.'lO. 

— Wild horses on a western ranch. D. Coolidge. il. Sim- 

set 25: 49-57, Jl.'lO. 

Hotels. Chicago. La Salle, il. Arch. & B. M. 42: 343-7 
Je.'lO. 

— Design for hotel for Southern city. il. W. Arch 16- 

Ag.^10. 

— England. Management of great hotels. J : Halifax, il. 

W. Work (Lond.) 16: 296-304, Ag.'lO. 

— New York city. Great Northern, il. plan. Arch. & 

B. M. 42: 411-9, Jl.'lO. 
Houses. Bryn Mawr, Pa., House at. il. plans. Brickb. 19- 
Jl.'lO. 

— City house and what can be done with it. C. H 

Claudy. il. House & G. 18: 154-5, 180-2, S.'IO. 

— Inexpensive types. C: E. White, Jr. il. Sub. L. 11: 

159-60, S.'IO. 



Houses — (^continued) . 

— Outside furnishings. Lois L. Howe. il. Sub. L. 11: 

140, 151-2, S.'IO. 

— Reinforced concrete, proof against earthqviake. E: I. 

Pratt, il. Tech. W. 13: 557-60, Jl.'lO. 

— Service end of the house. R. Fisher, il. House & 

G. 18:94-5, Ag.'lO. 

— Unconventional frame houses. A. H. Howe. il. plans. 

Sub. L. 11: 145-6, S.'IO. 

— Villages and homes for workingmen. W. H. Man- 

ning, il. plan. W. Arch. 16: Ag.'lO. 

— Williamstown, Mass., Hotise at. il. plans. Brickb. 

19: Je.'lO. 

— Workingmen's houses in Hungary. R. Fleischl. il. 

plan. W. Arch. 16: 67-70, Jl.'lO. 
Houses, Brick. Competition for a small brick house; re- 
port of jury of award, il., plans. Brickb. 19: 166- 
70, Jl.'lO. 

— Good taste in. A. H. Billings, il., plans. Sub. L. 11 

149-50, S.'IO. 

— Lake Forest, 111., Hotise at. il., plans. Brickb. 19 

Je.'lO. 

— Philadelphia, Pa., House at. il., plans. Brickb. 19 

Je.'lO. 

— Rowley, Mass., Hoiise at. il., plans. Brickb. 19 

Jl.'lO. 

— Wenham, Mass., House at. il., plans. Brickb. 19 

Je.'lO. 

— Westwood, Mass., House at. il., plans. Brickb. 19 

Jl. 10. 
Houses, Cement. Popularity of. E. I. Farrington. U. 

plans. Sub. L. 11: 141-2, S.'IO. 
Houses, Country. Delaware cotmty. Pa. House in 

Radnor township, il., plans. Brickb. 19: Je.'lO. 

— Farmhouse reclaimed. A. M. Githens. il. House & 

G. 18: 11-15, Jl.'lO. 

— Personality in a country home. H: H. Saylor. il. 

plans. House & G. 18: 141-4, S.'IO. 

— Sorrel Horse Inn reborn. J. Stuyvesant. il. House & 

G. 18: 17-20, Jl.'lO. 
Houses, Historic. Dover, N. H. The Reade house. Lydia 
A. Stevens, il. Gran. Mo. 42: 173-6, Je.'lO. 

— Newport