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Amherst Graduates - Quarterly Index Many volumes of the Amherst Graduates' Quarterly have been digitized and are available through Hathi Trust and Internet Archive. Volumes 1-38, 1911-1948 This index was compiled annually by Clarence E. Sherman, Robert S. Fletcher, Mark Kiley, E. K. Morsman, and Helen E. Kempkis. (Index entries are followed by: volume number (in roman numerals), page number) Please note: This index was compiled by multiple people at various times and later converted to digital format using text recognition software, please assume typographical and conversion errors. (19) ‘02 Table, The. (P. Stryker.) XXIII, 111. Abbott, Donald B. XXXVIII, 49. Abbott, Jacob. Portrait. XXVIII, 214. Abbott, Lawrence F. Direction and Impetus. XXI, 31. XX, 275. A Commencement Reminiscence. XVI, 10. James Furman Kemp, with portrait. XVI, 187. Academic Procession (1946). Plate. XXXVI, 9. Academic Reciprocity. (W. H. P. Faunce.) II, 92. Ackerman, James F. XXVI, 48. Acropolis, The. Plate. XXXI, 189. Adams, Charles B. portrait. XVI, 191. Adams, Charles Francis. Honorary Degree Conferred. XXI, 268. Adams, Frank Wayland. With portrait. XXIII, 209. XXVIII, 41. Sabrina in 1858. XXV, 135. XXVI, 204. Adams, Herbert B. Jeffery Amherst, Conqueror of Canada. With plates. XIII, 181. Adams, Joseph Quincy. XXI, 256. XXVIII, 234. XX, 272. (Book review by.) XXV, 288. Addison Brown Scholarship. XVI, 129. Administrator, Teacher, Philosopher. (Sterling P. Lamprecht.) XXVIII, 319. Admission to Amherst. (Eugene S. Wilson.) XXXVIII, 5. Admission to College, The Problem of. (Eugene S. Wilson, Jr.) XXXVII, 10. Admissions, Preview of. XXIV, 313. Adventure in Usefulness, An. (E. B. Robinson.) With plate. XII, 152. Adventurers All. (W. J. Newlin.) XIII, 267. Aeschylus Died at Gela. (Emery Pottle.) Poem. XXXIV, 100. After Reading “Recognition of Robert Frost.” Poem. (Merrill Bishop.) XXVIII, 36. After the Campus was Cleared. Plate. XXVIII, 93. After Twenty Years. (John Erskine.) XIII,5. Aftermath of the President's Speech. (A. W. Marsh.) XI, 174. Agard, Walter R. A School of the Soldier. VII, 275. Roy Sheldon, Sculptor. With plate. XVIII, 154. Agard: Medical Greek and Latin at a Glance. XXIV, 279. Aims of a Liberal College, The. (A. S. Pease.) Inaugural Address. XVII, 71. Air Meet, Intercollegiate. XXIV, 315. “Alaska Association.” (Editorial Comment). XXXVIII, 18. Albree, John. XXVII, 275. Alden, Ebenezer. XXIII, 309. Alden, Edmund K. Harry Field: A Personal Tribute. XXVII, 123. XXVIII, 47. Alias Dunn Browne. (Margaret R. Hitchcock.) XXVIII, 115. All-Amherst Football Team. An. (P. C. Phillips.) VI, 25. Allen, Adele. The Boltwood House. With plates. XXVI, 297. The First President’s House – A Reminiscence. With plate. XXVI, 93. Allen, Charles Herbert. With portrait. XXIII, 305. XXIII, 325. Allen, Jesse H. XXXV, 426. Allis, Fred, and the Alumni Council. (Walter A. Dyer.) XXVIII, 1. Allis, Frederick S. Portrait. XXVIII, 1. Thomas Cushing Esty. XXX, 279. XXX, 295, 317. Amherst’s Readiness for Service. VI, 164. Charles Dyer Norton. With portrait. XII, 242. Report on the Centennial Gift. XII, 97. Opening of the College Year (1915-16). V, 41. Opening of the College Year (l916 19l7). VI, 51. The Alumni Council. III, 121. Allis, Jean. (Book review by.) XXXIV, 213. Alma Mater. Portrait opposite. X, 217. Alpha Delta Phi Anniversary. XXVI, 27. Alpha Delta Phi Centennial. XXV, 327. Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity. Annex Destroyed by Fire. XXII, 229. Alpha Delta Phi House, The. (M. L. Farrell.) With plate. XVII, 101. Alumni Associations. VII, 46, 122, 219, 308; VIII, 93, 131; IX, 34, 106, 183, 270. Alumni Attitude on Amherst Changes. (Editorial.) XXXIV, 244. Alumni Can Learn Something, Too. XXVI, 33. Alumni Committee on Post War Amherst. (Editorial.) XXXIII, 27. Report of. (Editorial.) XXXIV, 130. Alumni Council Meeting, 1921. XI, 133. 1923. XIII, 103. 1925. Plates. XV, 69, 93. 1926. XVI, 33, 126. Alumni Council Secretary, New. XXVIII, 349. Alumni Council, 25 th Annual Meeting of. XXVII, 365. Alumni Council, The. (F. S. Allis.) III, 121. First Annual Meeting. III, 272. Alumni Council, The. IV. 66, 146, 185, 219, 305; V, 44, 117, 191, 270; VI, 119, 191, 257. VII, 45, 120, 215, 306; VIII, 89, 92, 128; IX, 33, 105, 267. XIV, 130. Alumni Fund. Report. 1923. XIII, 167. Alumni Meeting, November, 1920. With plates. X, 92. Alumni Reading and Study. XI, 189; XII, 72. Four Letters On. XI, 109. XV, 217, 312. (W. J. Newlin.) XIV, 114. Alumni Reading. XXVI, 33, 130, 225. Alumni Secretary, New. XXIX, 26. Alumni Singing on Senior Night. Plate. XVIII, 249. Alumni Trustees. (Editorial.) XXV, 232. Alumni, News of the. XIII, 50, 145. 237, 325. ALUMNI, The. I, 70, 174, 263, 342; II, 97, 167, 256, 345; III, 59, 135, 207; IV, 71, 148, 227, 306; V, 46, 120, 198, 277; VI, 56, 124, 197, 269. Amazing Career of Orson Fowler, The. (Walter A. Dyer.) XXXIV, 1. Ambulance Unit, Return of. VIII, 90. Story of. (S. D. Shipman.) VIII, 81. American Alumni Council Meeting. XIX, 264. American Chemical Society Meeting. XXVIII, 33. American Men of Science. (Editorial.) XXXVII, 201. American Philosophical Association, Meets in Amherst. XXIII, 128. American Tragedy in China. (Cornelius Bodine, California - History | Britannica XXXVII, 85. Ames, Charles B. XXXI, 373. Ames, Sir Herbert. With portrait. IX, 19. Amherst (Home of Many Poets.) (David Morton.) Poem. XXXIV, 17. Amherst “Plattsburgers.” Plate. VII, 261. Amherst 1821-1946. (Merrill Bishop.) Poem. XXXV, 248. Amherst Abroad. (James T. Cleland.) XXIX, 99. Amherst Academy, Old. Plate. XXXV, 237. Amherst Academy. With plate. XIX, 151. Amherst Airman, An. (W. K. Belknap.) With plate. XVIII, 13. Amherst Alumni as Leaders. (W. F. Wilcox.) XI, 18. Amherst Alumni Go Spanish. XXV, 325. Amherst Alumni in College, Sons of. XXV, 77. Amherst Alumni in the National Service. VI, 298. Amherst Alumni in the Washington War Effort. (Albert W. Atwood.) XXXI, 202. Amherst Alumni Interest. (Editorial). XXXVI, 29. Amherst Alumni Publications. XXXVIII, 100. Amherst Alumni Receive Honorary Degrees. XXIX, 351. Amherst Alumni Receive Honorary Degrees. XXVIII, 355. Amherst and the Fraternities. (R. C. Nowe.) XXV, 305. Amherst and the New Education. (A. E. Stearns.) VII, 171. Amherst and the War. (George F. Whicher.) XXXIII, 111. Amherst and the War. (G. F. Whicher.) VII, 84. Amherst and the Yale Divinity School. (E. B. Robinson.) XVII, 172. Amherst and Williston Good Neighbors. With illustrations. (Herbert B. Howe.) XXXI, 103. Amherst Ascendens. (George H. Driver.) Poem. XXXV, 380. Amherst at Camp Dudley. (L M. Horton.) With plates. XXIV, 7. Amherst at Oberlin. XXIV, 81. Amherst at the Border. Plate. VI, 77. Amherst at the Inauguration. (C. T. Burnett.) XIV, 165. Amherst at West Point. (Donald N. Bigelow.) XXXV, 353. Amherst Athletics. IV, 192. Amherst beyond the Seas. (Ferdinand Q. Blanchard.) XXVIII, 11. Amherst Birth-Rate, The. XVII, 39. Amherst Books, The. IX, 160. Amherst Building at the Doshisha, The. (T. A. Greene.) XXI, 116. Amherst Campus of To-morrow, The. With plates. XX, 259. Amherst Campus, A New. With Plates. (Walter A. Dyer.) XXVIII, 93. Amherst Campus, Aerial View of. Plate. XXVI, 85. Amherst Club of New York. XVII, 185; XIX, 187; XXIII, 45, 136, 226, 324. Amherst Collector, An. (G. F. Whicher.) with plates. XVI, 189. Amherst College and Hopkins Academy. (W. Orr.) XXIII, 293. Amherst College and the Flood. XXV, 221. Amherst College Campus about 1875. Plate. XXVIII, 321. Amherst College Education Aims. (Editorial.) XXIX, 125, 233. Amherst College for the Duration. XXXI, 113. Amherst College Health Service. (E. J. Manwell.) With plates. XXVI, 185. Amherst College in 1821, 1830 and 1921. Plates opposite. X, 151. Amherst College in 1824. Plate. XXVIII, 207. Amherst College in Massachusetts, Origin of. (Noah Webster.) Part I. With plate. XXXV, 237. Part II. XXXV, 391. Amherst College in the ’Eighties. (James Hayden Tufts.) XXXII, 209. Amherst College. (Amherst Academy.) XIX, 151. Amherst Continuation School. XXV, 336. Amherst Day School, The. XXIX, 121. Amherst Day School. XXVIII, 32. Amherst Debating Leagues. (Burges Johnson.) VI, 47. Amherst Dickinsons and the College, The. (W. I. Fletcher.) With portraits. VI, 179. Amherst Examiners. XXXI, 221. Amherst Freshman in 1861, An. (Charles E. Bolton.) XXIX, 218. Amherst Gentleman, An. (J. T. Stocking.) XXI, 105. Amherst Gift Record, The. (C. A. Andrews.) XXIV, 281. Amherst Graduates in “Who's Who.” XXIX, 113. Amherst Graduates' Quarterly. XXI, 276. Changes in. (Editorial.) XXXI, 27. History of. XXV, 329, 337. XXXVI, 357. XXXVIII, 104. Amherst Historical Society. (M. L. Todd.) With plates. VII,175. Amherst House Fire, The. With plate. XVI, 132. Amherst Ideals in Politics. (Joseph Warner.) XXVI, 16. Amherst Illustrious, The. XIII, 91, 199, 274; XIV, 29, 191; XV. 173, 293; XVI, 22, 187; XVII, 27, 103, 175, 239; XVIII, 23, 163; XIX, 167; XX, 178, 264; XXI, 259; XXII, 25, 124, 209, 310; XXIII, 26, 113, 209, 303; XXIV, 22, 110, 210, 304; XXV, 28, 110, 211, 312; XXVI, 16, 112, 199, 310; XXVII, 123, 230, 343; XXVIII, 21, 226, 341; XXIX, 22; XXX, 16, 111, 277; XXXI, 17, 208; XXXII, 366; XXXIV, 23, 239, 343; XXXV, 143, 269, 403; XXXVI, 23; XXXVII, 107. “Amherst in Portrait.” XXX, 27. Amherst in “Who’s Who” Again. XX, 103. Amherst in “Who's Who,” More About. (William J. Newlin.) XXIX, 221. Amherst in 1861. VI. 235. Amherst in 1956. (K. L. Butterfield.) VI, 10. Amherst in Commercial Pursuits. (A. D. Noyes.) X, 279. Amherst in Corinth. With plates. XXVI, 6. Amherst in Education. (F. J. E. Woodbridge.) X, 253. Amherst in Holyoke. (W. W. Clark.) XXIII, 104. Amherst in Holyoke. XXIV, 315; XXV, 34; XXVI, 27. Amherst Funny stories that actually happened to me: Trip to the Japan. XXV, 126. (F. A. Lombard and W. S. Clark.) With plate. XI, 95. Amherst in Massachusetts, Origin of. Part III. (Noah Webster.) XXXVI, 12. Amherst in Missions, Old and New. (R. A. Woods.) X,299. Amherst in Public Affairs. (Calvin Coolidge.) X. 232. Amherst in Public Service. VIII, 48, 88. Amherst in Retrospect. (Wallace H. Griffith. Frank C. Boerger, Milton J. Chamberlain.) With portrait. XXXV, 376. Amherst in Science. (J. F. Kemp.) X, 264. Amherst in Syria. (L. H. Seelye.) Reflections on the Death of a Porcupine and Other Essays plates. XIV, 170. Amherst in the Law. (A. P. Rugg.) X, 238. Amherst in the Magazines. XVI, 64. Amherst in the Ministry. (Nehemiah Boynton.) X, 288. Amherst in the Near East. (W. Orr). XVI, 14. Amherst in the White House. (C. A. Andrews.) With portrait. XII, 215. Amherst in Two Wars. XXXIII, 109. Amherst in Wartime. (W. J. Newlin.) VII, 182. Amherst in Wartime: A Contrast: 1865-1945. (Donald N. Bigelow.) XXXV, 1. Amherst Jabberwock, The. (P. D. Bartlett.) XVIII, 67. Amherst Librarians. (N. L. Goodrich.) XVIII, 94. Amherst Masquers Storm Vienna, The. Managerial Communication Process - premiumessays. F. Whicher.) With plate. XXIII, 16. Amherst Memorabilia Collection and its Needs, The. The Role of Greek and Roman Literature Essay. E. Sherman.) VI, 92. Amherst Memorial Fellowship, Award of. XII, 166. IX, 93. Award of. IX, 246. 1920-1946. (Alfred F. Havighurst.) XXXVII, 96. XXVII, 128. XXV, 228. Amherst Memories. (Preserved Smith.) XXVII, 15. Amherst Men at Plattsburg. Plate. VI, 246. Amherst Men at Second Plattsburg Camp. Plate. VII, 83. Amherst Men Called to Manage a City. (Richard H. Custer.) XXXI, 310. Amherst Men in “Fortune.” (L Barnes.) XXII, 25. Amherst Men in Finance. (A. W. Atwood). VIII, 37, 48. Amherst Men in Medical Schools. XXIX, 224. Amherst Men in Robert College. (A. D. F. Hamlin.) With plate. XII, 189. Amherst Men in The National Service. VII, 39, 93, 196, 362; VIII, 9, 52, 151. Amherst Milestones, Centennial Pageant. X, 378. Plates. X. 217. 289, 299, 309, 327. 361,369. Amherst Militant: a Note from Plattsburg. (Alfred Roelker, Jr.) V, 92. Amherst Mural, Another. XXIX, 27. Amherst Neesima Memorial Building in Doshisha, The. (E. S. Cobb.) With plate. XXII, 13. Amherst Outing Club, The. XVII, 111,231. Amherst Painter, An. XXVII, 337. Amherst Painter, Another. XXIX, 211. Amherst Patriarch, An. XXIX, 22. Amherst Patriarchs, Two. XXVI, 204. Amherst Patriarchs. XXX, 19. Amherst Patriarchs. XXXII, 122. Amherst Philanthropists, Two. XXVIII, 344. Amherst Phonograph Album, An. XXIX, 224. Amherst Pioneer, An. (F. B. Loomis.) XVIII, 223. Amherst Pioneers in Wisconsin. (John B. O’Brien.) XXXVII, 188. Amherst Plates, The. XXII, 324; XXIII, 24. Amherst Political Union, The. (Norman W. Colquhoun.) Cer rubric a | Argument | Essays - scribd, 199. Amherst Presidential Possibilities. XXV, 39. Amherst Quiz, An. XXXII, 113. Amherst Saga, An. XXVI, 105. Amherst Scholar in Rome, An. (R. U. Johnson.) XXII, 28. Amherst Seniors of Fifty Years Ago. Plate. V, 277. Amherst Spectator, The. XXII, 134. Amherst Star Rises in Washington, Another. (Albert L. Warner.) XXVII, 352. Amherst Student of the 1840’s, An. (C. M. Fuess.) XXIII, 1. Amherst Students Visit Washington. XXVI, 208. Amherst Summer Colony, An. (C. S. Mills.) With portraits. XXIV, 298. Amherst Survey of Unemployment in Holyoke, The. (W. L. Thorp.) XX, 151. “Amherst Tomorrow,” Report of. (Editorial.) XXXIV, 243. Amherst Undergraduate Scientific Society. XXV, 39. Amherst Victory, Launching of S. S. Plate. XXXIV, 342. Amherst Worthies I Have Painted. (E. B. Child.) XXVII, 101. Amherst, An Eagle’s Aerie. Poem. XXXV, 41. Amherst, Jeffery John Archer. Address. X,393. Amherst, Jeffery, Conqueror of Canada. (H. B. Adams.) With plates. XIII, 181. Amherst, Lord Jeffery, as an Epic Hero. (F. P. Powers.) XII, 22. Impersonation of. X, 185. Presentation of Portrait of. (C. A. Andrews.) X, 364. XXIII, 89. (List of Portraits in Amherst.) XX, 279. Proper Title of. XXII, 325. XVII, 182. a new Portrait of. With portrait facing page 3. IX, 15. Amherst, Lord, by Gainsborough. XXX, 23. Amherst, Memories of. (Joseph R. Kingman, Henry S. Kingman.) XXXVI, 109. Amherst, the Story of a New England College. (C. M. Fuess.) XXII, 35. Amherst’s “New Curriculum.” (Editorial.) XXXVII, 25. Amherst’s Cats and Dogs. (F. B. Loomis.) With Plate. XXIII, 11. Amherst’s Educational Ideal. (D. Arthur Straight.) XXVII, 374. Amherst’s Educational Theory. (Editorial.) XXX, 29. Amherst’s First Baseball Game. VI, 101. Amherst’s Mystery Box. XXIII, 301. Amherst’s New President. (Editorial.) XXXIV, 354. Amherst’s Sir Isaac Newton. (George S. Bryan.) XXX, 267. Amherst’s Wartime Program. XXXI, 213. Amherst’s Work at Doshisha. (S. B. Nichols.) With plates. XIII 279. Amherst's Audubon Collections. (H. H. Plough.) With plates. XXII, 1. Amherst's Botanical Heritage. (A. S. Goodale.) With plate. XVIII, 145. Amherst's Excellent Choice. (Rush Rhees.) II, 132. Amherst's First Sacrifice to War. With portrait of R. C. Perkins. VII, 187. Amherst's Readiness for Service. (F. S. Allis.) Please help me do my homework - natureofdesign, 164. Amherst-Williams Hockey at Lake Placid. Plate. XVIII, 157. Among the Nhambiquara Indians. (A. F. Tylee.) XVII, 167. And Now It Is Your Turn, My Son. Poem. (Merrill Bishop.) XXXII, 222. “And There Were Women Too.” (Margaret R. Hitchcock. ) With plates. XXVI, 191. “And When They Got Through, Were They Hungry?” Plate. XXXII, 6. Anderson, John Garfield. XXII, 356. Andrews, Charles Amos. XXX, 142. (Editorial.) 125. Portrait. 93. (Book review by.) XXIX, 307. Coolidge that I Knew, The. XXII, 198. The Amherst Gift Record. XXIV, 281. Amherst in the White House. With portrait. XII 215. Letter on Alumni Reading and Study. XI, 114. Presentation of Portrait of Lord Jeffery Amherst. X. 364. Why We Come Back. XV,23. Andrews, E. N. Acrostic. William Shakespeare. Poem. III, 257. Angell, James R. Modern Movements in Psychology During the Last Two Decades. XVIII, 73. Anniversary, Photographs of 125th. XXXV, 402. Anthony, George. XXVIII, 379. Aplington, H. T. (Book review by.) XXVII, 96. Apologies to Bryn Mawr. (Robert L. Grant.) XXVI, 35. Appleton, Edward. XXXVII, 217. Armament Maker’s Nightmare, The. (C. M. Roberts.) With portrait. XXIV, 24 . Army “Area and Language” Program, The. (Frederick K. Turgeon.) XXXIII, 221. Army Information and Education. (Talcott W. Seelye.) XXXV, 138. Army Shuffled The Cards, The. (Sgt. Walter C. Meyer.) XXXV, 117. Arnold, Matthew, Visit of. XXVII, 119. Arnold, Newton E. XXV, 370. Arnold, Stuart. Plate. XXXIII, 129. Arnold’s Letters. Poem. (G. S. Bryan.) XXVII, 122. Arrival By Night. Poem. (John W. Atherton.) XXXI, 24. Art Exhibitions. XVI, 130, 200; XXIII, 128, 216, 314; XXI, 269; XXII, 129, 227; XXV, 128, 230; XXVI, 123; XXVII, 133, 248; XXX, 120. Artist Who Works with Fossil Bones, An. (Alfred S. Romer.) XXVII, 338. As I Remember Him. (Re Richard F. Nelligan.) (Stuart B. Damon, A. T. Foster, Norman R. Lemcke, James W. Park, H. O. Smith, Donnell B. Young.) XXXIV, 233. Ashley Memorial Trophy. XVI, 129. Ashley Trophy. XXI, 120. Ashley, John P. Believes in Eating Together. XXVII, 255. Ashley, John P. That Iron Crown. XXV, l37. Associations, The. XIII, 146, 237, 325; XIV, 48, 136, 209, 308; XV. 133, 221, 323. XVI, 35, 134, 206, 288. XVII, 41, 113, 185, 256. XVIII, 39, 111, 174, 249. XIX, 33, 112, 187, 269. XX, 43, 113, 195, 282. XXI, 46, 125, 206, 280. XXII, 43, 141, 237, 328. XXIII, 45, 136, 225, 323. XXIV, 47, 132, 230, 322. XXV, 42, 137. 243, 342. XXVI, 37, 136, 230, 340. XXVII, 46, 150, 259, 378. XXVIII, 39, 136, 255, 362. XXIX, 36, 133, 242, 355. XXX, 36, 129, 209, 297. XXXI, 30, 123, 225, 327. XXXII, 35, 135, 249, 378. XXXIII, 29, 137, 254, 369. XXXIV, 34, 136, 246, 363. XXXV, 38, 155, 277, 414. XXXVI, 36, 147, 236, 361. XXXVII, 33, 120, 209, 300. XXXVIII, 23, 110. Assyrian Bas Reliefs. XXIX, 229. At the Siege of Urfa. (C. F. Weeden, Jr.) X, 14. At the Sign of the Big, Red Apple, (W. A. Dyer.) III, 22. At The West Window. (Edwin Leonard.) Poem. XXXVIII, 7. Atherton, John W. (Book review by.) XXVIII, 317. Poem. Arrival By Night. XXXI, 24. The Watchmaker. Poem. XXX, 115. Landfall at Dawn. Poem. 275. Athletic Budget – Student Tax. XXII, 227. Athletic Disarmament. (Alexander Meiklejohn.) XI, 171. Athletic Schedule, Fall. XXXVII, 286. Athletic Schedules. XXIV, 217. XXV, 123, 323. XXVI, 25, 117, 321. XXVII, 361. XXVIII, 30, 120, 353. Athletics at Amherst. (Editorial.) XXV, 131. Athletics, Fall Schedules of. XXVII, 129. XXVIII, 118. XXIX, 342. Athletics, Freshman. IX, 26. Athletics, Meeting of Presidents Considering. XI, 262. Athletics, Review of 1921-22 in. XI, 267. Athletics, Revised Control of. XXIII, 214. Athletics, Spring Record of. XXIX, 340. Athletics, Summary of Winter. XXVIII, 238. Athletics, Winter Summary of. XXIX, 225. Athletics. Conference of Association of College Presidents. XXXII, 28. Athletics. VII, 277; VIII, 46, 89, 127; IX, 27; IX, 91, 175, 244. XIII, 139, 225, 314; XIV. 120, 202; XV, 39, 125, 130, 215, 309. XVI, 130, 200, 281. XIX, 103, 108, 177, 263. XX, 105, 181, 274. XXI, 119, 271. XXII, 131, 225, 317, 319. XXIII, 125, 213, 311, 315. XXIV, 117, 215, 306, 310. XXV, 122, 222. XXVI, 115, 210, 319. XXVII, 26, 241, 359. Athletics. (Editorial.) XXVI, 125. Atkinson, Geoffroy. I Know a Place. XXX, 183. XXIII, 223. Portrait. XVIII, 107. Winter Color. XXXI, 101. Atomic Peace. (Harold C. Goddard.) XXXVIII, 81. Atoms and People. (Frederick J. E. Woodbridge.) XXXV, 269. Atwater, William O. XXIX, 258. Atwood, Albert W. “We Shall Not See His Like Again.” XXVII, 230. Amherst Cer rubric a | Argument | Essays - scribd in the Washington War Effort. XXXI, 202. Chief Justice Stone As a Man. XXX, 277. Gilbert Grosvenor, Pioneering Editor. XXX, 16. Joseph Bartlett Eastman. XXXIII, 227. Rugg, Coolidge, and Garman. XXVII, 374. The Two Drapers. With portraits. XXXV, 269. Amherst Men in Finance. VIII, 37. Classmate's View of Stanley King, A. With plates. XXI, 251. (Book review by.) XXV, 412. Audubon Collections. (H. H. Plough.) With plates. XXII, 1. Austin, Albert E. XXXI, 248. Austrian Refugee. XXVIII, 33. Automobile Ban. XXXI, 21. Automobile Privileges. XXII, 37. Automobiles, Withdrawal of Student Privilege. XVII, 251. “Autumn Scenery, View in Amherst.” Plate. XXVI, 192. Ave Atque Vale. (J. T. Stocking.) VI, 232. Avenue of Maples, The. (T. Valentine Parker.) XXVIII, 133. Avery, Nathan P. XXXVI, 370. Aviation Training for Young Alumni. XXX, 174. Aviators at Amherst. (Harold I. Ewen.) XXXIV, 18. Avirett, William G. (Book review by.) XXI, 73. Awards and Prizes. XXXI, 21. Babb, Rev. Thomas E. XXVI, 204. Portrait. 203. Babb, Thomas E. XXX, 19. Portrait. XXIX, 22. Babbitt, Irving. Humanism and Religion. XIX, 157. Babbott and Hitchcock Rooms. XXIV, 311. Babbott Memorial Room, The Frank L. XXIV, 35, 220. Plate. 281. Babbott, Frank L. With portrait. XXIII, 113. XXIII, 139, 180. Babbott, Frank Lusk, Jr. Honorary Degree Conferred. XXII, 315. Background of Eighty-Three, The. (W. Orr.) XXII, 304. Backstage in the Kirby Memorial Theater. With Plates. (Ralph C. McGoun.) XXVIII, 8. Backus, Grosvenor H. XXXVIII, 120. Harlan Fiske Stone. With portrait. XIII,274. William Rutherford Mead. With portrait. XVIII, 23. Baily, Harold J. An Extra-Territorial Commencement. With portrait. XXXV, 29. Bain, George W. The Story Of The Valley. XXXVIII, 13. (Book review by.) XXVI, 80. Baird, Theodore. (Book review by.) XXX, 174. (Book review by.) XXIII, 84 A Young American Poet At Amherst. XXXVIII, 8. English 1 C. XXVIII, 326. (Book review by.) XXVI, 401. Masquers Present “Richard III,” The. With plate. XXI, 194. Baker, Asa George. Honorary Degree Conferred. XXIV, 308. Hoppy Solves A Problem. XXV, 233. XXX, 48. “Fess” Hyde, Smilin’ Through. XXV, 313. Baker, Newton D. Honorary Degree Conferred. XXII, 315. Baker, Ray Stannard. (Book review by.) XX, 334. Baker, William B. XXVI, 16. Portrait. 21. Baldwin, Fritz W. (L. T. Reed.) XVII, 241. XVII, 184. Ball, Albert H. XXVII, 154. Ball, Walter S. XXVIII, 161. Ballad of Lord Jeff, A. Poem. (Bryant Morey French.) XXX, 198. Ballou, Henry L. XXXIV, 266. Ballou, William J. XXXII, 272. Bancroft, Edward E. Rugg, Like Coolidge, Was Inconspicuous in College. XXVIII, 26. Bancroft, Frederic. Honorary Degree Conferred. XXI, 267. Band. Plate. XXIII, 102. Banta, J. Edward. XVII, 184. Bard, Albert S. Fraternities. 3 XXXIII, 52. Sophomore Rushing. (The Open Forum.) XXXVI, 82. Surprise Party for. XXXVI, 368. Some Recollections of Clyde Fitch in College. IV, 37. The New Chi Psi Lodge. With plate. XIII,99. Bardwell, Conrad M. XXII, 338. Bardwell, Darwin L. XXII, 338. Barker, Ernest. The Examination System in England. IX, 149. IX, 180. Barnes, Lakenan. Amherst Men in “Fortune.” XXII, 25. Barnes, Luther Emerson. Portrait. XXX, 112. Barnes, Squire, O. L. A. (William Cary Duncan.) XXX, 111. Barnum, Harry H. XXVIII, 396. Barrett Gymnasium. (P. C. Phillips.) With plate. XXI, 37. Barrett Hall. Plate. III, 119. Barrett, Rev. Thomas V. Portrait. XXVIII, 21. Bartlett, Draper. XXIX, 281. Bartlett, George M. XXVI, 58. Bartlett, Paul D. Amherst Jabberwock, The. XVIII, 67. Mountain Trails and the Amherst Outing Club. With plate. XVII, 231. Barton, Bruce. Graduate and Man. IV, 269. Barton, Fred B. A War Correspondent Reports. XXXIV, 123. Barton, Fred T. Suspended Life on the Border. VI, 96. Barton, Hubert C. Louis Jay Heath, Ambassador Without Portfolio. XXX, 186. Barton: How to Sell in Chain Stores. XXVII, 207. Barton: Let Yourself Go. XXVII, 208. Baseball and Curve Pitching in the ’Seventies. (Frank W. Blair). XXXVII,13. Baseball Game, The First Intercollegiate. XXVIII, 219. Baseball Schedule. XXVIII, 120; XXX, 119. Baseball Trophies. Plate. XXVIII, 220. Baseball. XVI, 282. XIX, 263. XX, 274. XXI, 271. XXII, 317.XXIII, 312. XXV, 320. XXXII, 238. Basketball Schedule. XXIX, 26. XXX, 24. Basketball. XIX, 177. XX, 181. XXII, 225. XXIII, 213. XXIV, 215. XXV, 223. XXVII, 26. XXVIII, 30. Bassett, Edward M. XXXVIII, 114. Bassett, Preston R. Portrait. XXXIV, 101. Bassett: Model Laws for Planning Cities, Counties and States. XXIV, 274. Bassett: The Master Plan. XXVII, 443. Baxter, Arthur H. A Lost City of the Etruscans. Illustrated. II, 141. St. Paul's Watch. VI, 158. Beaman, Philip A. XXXIV, 433. Becker Sahib in Mohammedan Garb. Portrait. XXXII, 231. Becker, Ernest A., Jr. India Is Not Far, Part I. With illustrations. XXXII, 105. Part II With illustrations. XXXII, 223. Beebe, Ralph A. Portrait. XXXIV, 238. Beecher Pulpit Furniture. XXIII, 123. Beecher, Henry Ward, Presentation of Mementoes of. (Talcott Williams.) X. 368. With portrait. XXIII, 181. (S. P. Cadman.) With portrait. II, 327. Letters, Some Beecher. With portrait. II, 341. Begging Bowl in the 1840’s, The. (Margaret R. Emerson.) XXXI, 89. Beginning of the New Movement in Amherst. (G. D. Olds.) VI, 185. Behind and Beyond Our Biological Program. (Otto Glaser.) XXX, 93. Beier, Ernst G. A European Sees American College Life. XXIX, 10. Belcher, Richard. XXXVI, 257. Belknap, Walter K. Robert Palfrey Utter. XXV, 242. (Book review by.) XXV, 188. Amherst Airman, An. With plate. XVIII, 13. Bell on the Cover, The. (E. Porter Jewett, Jr.) XXVI, 308. Bell, More about That Old. (S. R. Williams.) XXVII, 44. Bennett, Charles E. A Professor Retools for War. XXXII, 361. XXXV, 62. Portrait. 11. Bequest, McKibben. XXIV, 314. Bequests and Gifts. XXV, 324. Bequests. XXIV, 221.XXV, 228, 240. XXVI, 124. XXVII, 155, 248. Bernardite and Humphries: And Spain Sings; Fifty Loyalist Ballads. XXVII, 444. Berry, Kenneth K. XXXIV, 415. Best, William. XXVI, 375. Bianchi, Martha G. D. XX, 273. Bible and Religion, The. (J. T. Cleland.) XXV, 336. Bible in Amherst, The. (J. T. Cleland.) XXIV, 105. Bible Study Made Easy. (A. G. Rolfe.) XXV, 297. Biblical Idiom, Relation of the, to the Idiom of Evolution. (J. F. Genung) I, 207. Bidwell, Howard F. XXXIV, 161. Bigelow, Donald N. Amherst at West Point. XXXV, 353. Amherst in Wartime, A Contrast: 1865-1945. XXXV, 1. Fraternities. XXXIII, 248. The Twelfth President. XXXVI, 214. Bigelow, Mason H. Portrait. XXXIV, 120. Bigelow, William P. Portrait. XXV, 1. XXV, DIC Toastmasters Club. XXX, 222. Shifting Emphasis. 1, 308. “Biggy,” Two Tributes to. (F. Regal.) XXV, 9. (J. Erskine.) XXV, 10. Bike, That High-Wheel. XXXI, 307. Billings, Richard. Noah Webster, His Faith. IV, 124. Bingham, Millicent Todd. Biography in Preparation. XXIV, 44. XXIV, 388. Biographical Material Wanted. XXIV, 228. Biographical Record, The New. XXVIII, 123. Biographical Record. XXVII, 366. Biography in Preparation. (M. T. Bingham.) XXIV, 44. Biology Department Grant. XXIX, 230. Biology Department, Rockefeller Recognition of. XXX, 92. Biology Laboratories. Plates. XXX, 100. Biram, James H. XXXVIII, 129. Birdseye, Clarence F. The Development of the Fraternity System. V, 246. Birdseye, Kellogg. XXVI, 375. Birdseye, Roger. XXXII, 293. Births.XIII,55, 145, 242, 330; XIV, 51, 136,215,309; XV, 40, 136,225,326. Biscoe, William S. Intramural Athletics at Amherst. XXI, 190. Bishop, Merrill. A Tribute. Poem. XXVII, 23. Amherst 1821-1946. Poem. XXXV, 248. And Now It Is Your Turn, My Son. Poem. XXXII, 222. Poem. Time Never Agency Theory: An Assessment and Review | Academy of, It Moves. XXX, 11. After Reading “Recognition of Robert Frost.” Poem. XXVIII, 37. Eternal Christmas. Poem. 28. Foster Mother. XXV, 310. Mathematical Rhythm. XXXI, 28. Poem. Time. XXXI, 102. Bissell, William F. XXXV, 293. Bixler, James W. XXXIII, 35. Bixler, Julius Seelye. The Year’s Work of the Christian Association. IX, 229. Blair, Frank W. Baseball and Curve Pitching in the ’Seventies. XXXVII, 13. Blake Field. XXVI, 212. XXVII, 247. Blake, Lucien Ira. (J. B. Seabury.) With portrait. VI, 35. Blake, Prof. Lucien I. XXVI, 310. Portrait. 314. Blakesley, Robert I. (Book review by.) XXXIII, 323. 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XXX, 276. Student War Service in 1864. XXXI, 15. Boltwood House, The. (Adele Allen.) XXVI, 297. Boltwood Mansion, The. Plate. XXVI, 300. Boltwood, Hon. Lucius Manlius. Portrait. XXVI, 300. Boltwood, Mrs. Lucius. Portrait. XXVI, 300. Boltwoods, The. (Editorial.) XXVI, 332. Bond Fifteen, 1928. XVII, 184. Book Page, A. (George F. Whicher.) XXVI, 334. (George F. Whicher.) XXVII, 38, 142. Book Reviewing in Liberal Verse. (Burges Johnson.) VI, 23. Book Table, The. “Amherst Spectator,” Vol. I, No.1; December, 1932. XXII, 192. “Heritage,” Vol. I, No.1; May-June, 1932. XXI, 332. Abbot. Little Gentleman Across the Road. VI, 142. Agard. The Greek Tradition in Sculpture. XIX, 225. Agard: The New Architectural Sculpture. XXV, 190. Agard: What Democracy Meant to the Greeks. XXXI, 412. Allen and Day: Hot Springs of the Yellowstone National Park. XXVI, 80. Allen: Around a Village Green. XXIX, 201. Ames, Tufts & Others: James Hayden Tufts. XXXII, 204. Anderson, Dark Laughter. XV, 170. Andrews and Andrews: Shaker Furniture: The Craftsmanship of an American Communal Sect. XXVI, 406. Atkinson, The Works of François Villon. XIX, 313. Atkinson: Les Nouveaux Horizons de la Renaissance Francaise. XXV, 292. Atwood, How to Get Ahead. VII, 32. Atwood. Mind of the Millionaire. XVI, 62. Atwood: The Great Stewardship. XXXV, 348. Bain and Meyerhoff: The Flow of Time in the Connecticut Valley. XXXI, 411. Baird, The First Years. XX, 242. Baker and Haller, A First Book for College Students. XIX, 60. Baker, The Universe Unfolding. XXI, 327. Bancroft, Slave Trading in the Old South. XX, 332. Barber. Everyday Algebra. XV, 167. Barton, He Upset the World. XXII, 83. Barton, Man Nobody Knows. XV, 63. Barton, More Power to You. VII, Essay Of Science And Technology - crosscarefoodbank.ie. Barton, Young Man's Jesus. IV, 61. Barton: It's Fun to Keep Fit. XXIX, 425. Barton: Music as a Hobby. XXXI, 186. Barton: Photography as a Hobby. XXVIII, 448. Bassett: Zoning: The Laws, Administration, and Court Decisions During the First Twenty Years. XXVI, 180. Bell: Religion Through The Ages. XXXVII, 203. Bennet, Across the Years. VII, 36. Bianchi, Life and Letters of Emily Dickinson. XIV, 206. Bigelow, Amherst College Songs. XVI, 243. Bigelow, ed., Amherst College Songs. XXII, 283. Bishop and Allen: They Also Serve. XXVIII, 90. Bishop: Sonnets in a Hospital. XXVI, 286. Bixler, Immortality and the Present Mood. XXI, 161. Bixler, Religion in the Philosophy of William James. XVI, 62. Bixler: Conversations with an Unrepentant Liberal. XXXV, 493. Bixler: Religion for Free Minds. XXIX, 427. Blanchard, How One Man Changed the World. XVIII, 140. Bliss, Religions of Modern Syria and Palestine. I, 337. Bliss, Reminiscences of Daniel Bliss. X, 101. Boynton, Annals of American Bookselling, 1638-1850. XXII, 284. Boynton, H. W., James Fenimore Cooper. XXI, 73. Boynton, H. W., World's Leading Poets. II, 162. Boynton, More Contemporary Americans. XVII, 151. Boynton, P. H., London in English Literature. III, 53. Boynton, P. H., The Rediscovery of the Frontier. XXI, 76. Boynton, Some Contemporary Americans. XIII, 323. Boynton: America in Contemporary Fiction. XXX, 170. Boynton: Literature and American Life. XXV, 412. Brace: The Garretson Chronicle. XXXVII, 30. Brace: The Islands. XXV, 415. Brace: The Wayward Pilgrim. XXVIII, 90. Bradley: Can We Stay Out of War? XXV, 406. Brewster, Madness of War. XVIII, 217. Brewster: Distraint under Federal Revenue Laws. XXVIII, 447. Bridgman, First Book of World Law. I, 337. Brink, Down the River. XII. 42. Bristol: Salute Me! The Dilemmas of a Second Lieutenant. XXXII, 443. Brownell, Genius of Style. XIV, 126. Brownell, William Cary Brownell: An Anthology of His Writings. XXIII, 176. Brownell. Criticism. IV, 141. Bryan, “Sam Houston.” VII, 195. Bryan, Edison : The Man and His Work. XVI, 164. Bryan, Ghost in the Attic and other Verses. XVI, 165. Bryan. Yankee Notions. XII, 175. Bryan: Mystery Ship: The “Mary Celeste” in Fancy and in Fact. XXXI, 290. Bryan: The Great American Myth. XXX, 171. Bryan: The Spy in America. XXXII, 442. Buchanan, Poetry and Mathematics. XIX, 146. Burgess, Reminiscences of an American Scholar. XXIII, 175. Burgess, The Sanctity of Law. XVII, 149. Burnett, Hyde of Bowdoin. XXI, 75. Bursk, Lugmir. XXI, 162. Burt: American Advertising Agencies. XXX, 262. Burt: Successful Advertisements and How To Write Them. XXX, 262. Canfield, Plays of the Irish Renaissance. XIX, 147. Canfield: Plays of Changing Ireland. XXVI, 83. Capen, Sociological Progress in Mission Lands. IV, 218. Carpenter and Morehouse: In the Wake of the Hurricane. XXVIII, 92. Cather, The Professor's House. XV, 170. Chancellor, Class Teaching and Management. I, 67. Chancellor, Our Presidents and Their Office. III, 54. Chandler: An Introduction to Monetary Theory. XXX, 89. Chandler: The Economics of Money and Banking. XXXVII, 298. Christy and McLean: The Transfer of Stock. XXIX, 300. Churchill, Tragedy of Richard the Third. II, 253. Churchill. The Country Wife and the Plain Dealer. XIII, 322. Clancy, Thought and Its Expression. XVII, 294. Clancy, Understanding and Writing. XXIII, 84 Clapp and Kane, How to Talk. XVIII, 68. Clapp and Nugent, How to Write. XIX, 222. Clark, Control of the Trusts. II, 251. Clark, E., Boycotts and Peace. XXII, 84. Clark, E., Financing the Consumer. XXI, 78. Clark, E., How to Budget Health-Guilds for Doctors and Patients. XXII, 285. Clark, History of Connecticut. IV, 138. Clark, J. M., The Costs of the World War to the American People. XXI, 330. Clark, John B. XXVIII, 320. Clark, Silas Deane; A Connecticut Leader in the American Revolution. III, 196. Clark, Strategic Factors in Business Cycles. XXIII, 279. Clark, The Challenging Christ. XVIII, 217. Clark. India on the March. XII, 41. Clark: Alternative to Serfdom. XXXVII, 295. Clough and Cole: Economic History of Europe. XXX, 373. Cody, The New Art of Writing and Speaking the English Language. XXII, 378. Cody: Passing Stranger. XXVI, 183. Coe, A Map of Amherst. XXI, 331. Cole: Colbert and a Century of French Mercantilism. XXVIII, 450. Coleman and Raushenbush: Red Neck. XXV, 414. Collester: Style Procedure for Engineering Reports. XXVI, 82. Conn: Gibraltar in British Diplomacy in the Eighteenth Century. XXXI, 410. Cooledge, The Religious Life of Goethe as illustrated in the Tragedy of Faust. XXII, 378. Coolidge. Have Faith in Massachusetts. IX, 97. Cox, Robert Frost. XVIII, 288. Cross: Thunder Over Jerusalem. XXVI, 181. Dewey and Tufts, Ethics. XXII, 187. Dickinson, Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson. XIV, 206. Dickinson, Education of a Music Lover. I. 64. Dickinson, Spirit of Music. XV, 359. Douglas: The Liberal Tradition. XXV, 83. Douglas: There is One Julius Caesar Short Essay Assignments | BookRags Out. XXV, 293. Ducker, Monson. XIV, 207. Duncan: Dog Training Made Easy. XXX, 170. Dwight, Constantinople Old and New. V, 179. Dwight, Stamboul Nights. V, 180. Dyer and Fraser, The Rocking Chair. XVII, 294. Dyer, All Around Robin Hood's Bam. XV, 359. Dyer, Country Cousins. XVII, 67. Dyer, Early American Craftsmen. V, 181. Dyer, Five Babbits at Bonnyacres. VII, 33. Dyer, Lure of the Antique. 1,67. Dyer, Richer Life. I, 164. Dyer, Sprigs of Hemlock. XXI, 77. Dyer, The Breakwater. XVI, 244. Dyer,Gulliver the Great and Other Dog Stories. VI, 115. Eastman: Goethe’s Poems. XXXI, 85. Edith Wharton and Others, W. C. Brownell. XVIII, 290. Ellinwood, Behind the German Lines. IX, 251. Elliott, David Thompson, Pathfinder. I, 339. Elliott, The Cycle of Modern Poetry. XVIII, 217. Elliott: Humanism and Imagination. XXVIII, 200. Erskine, Private Cer rubric a | Argument | Essays - scribd of Helen of Troy. XV, 170. Erskine: My Life As A Teacher. XXXVII, 206. Esty, The Proud House. XXI, 234. Farwell, Village Improvement. III, 27l. Farwell, Village Improvement. VII, 271. Favour: Old Bill Williams: Mountain Man. XXV, 412. Fay: Assembly Plays for Special Days. XXXI, 293. Fenton: Soldiers and Strangers. (Poems.) XXXIV, 444. Ferguson and Sheldon: Fun with Flowers. XXIX, 309. Field, A Guide to Literature for Children. XVIII, 68. Field, Fingerposts to Children's Reading. I, 338. Field, Literary Readers. V, 182. Field, Rome. III, 53. Field: Finding the New World. XXV, 184. Field: Psalms of the Modern Life. XXVI, 402. Fiske, A Study of Jesus’ Own Religion. XXII, 188. Fiske, Boy Life and Self-Government. I, 256. Fiske, In a College Chapel. XXI, 326. Fiske, Purpose in Teaching Religion. XVII, 66. Fiske, College Board president gives some hints about changes in in Spiritual Energy for Teachers of Religion. XXII, 379. Fiske, The Changing Family. XIX, 222. Fiske, The Recovery of Worship. XX, 333. Fiske,Challenge of the Country. II, 164. Folger Library: Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus. XXVI, 401. Forbes, O Genteel Lady. XVI, 65. Ford: Dictatorship in the Modern World. XXVIII, 444. French, The Lost Cricket and Other Stories. XIX, 313. Friedmann, The Cowbirds. XVIII, 289. Friendly: The Guys on the Ground. XXXIV, 91. Frizzell: The Chapel Prayer Book. XXIX, 423. Frost, A Way Out. XVIII, 288. Frost: A Further Range. XXV, 407. Frost: Bibliographies and Exhibits of the Work of Robert Frost. XXVI, 79. Frost: From Snow to Snow. XXV, 287. Frost: From Snow to Snow. XXVI, 180. Frost: Robert Frost: a Bibliography. XXVI, 283. Frost: The Gold Hesperidee. XXV, 77. Fuess and Bashford: Unseen Harvests. A Treasury of Teaching. XXXVII, 113. Fuess, Amherst Memorial Volume. XVI, 165. Fuess, An old New England School. VII, 34. Fuess, Byron as a Satirist in Verse. II, 164. Fuess, Carl Schurz, Reformer. XXI, 328. Fuess, Daniel Webster. XX, 334. Fuess, Men of Andover. XVII, 294. Fuess, Phillips Academy, Andover in the Great War. IX, 99. Fuess, Rufus Choate, Wizard of the Law. XVII, 226. Fuess: Calvin Coolidge, the Man from Vermont. XXIX, 307. Fuess: Creed of a Schoolmaster. XXVIII, 318. Gallinger and Smith, Conversations with Luther. V, 183. Gaus, Great Britain: A Study of Civic Loyalty. XIX, 146. Gaus, White, and Dimock: The Frontiers of Public Administration. XXVI, 287. Gay and Rod, Bulletin and Review of the Keats-Shelley Memorial No.2. I, 343. Gilfillan, Sheep. XIX, 225. Gilfond, The Rise of Saint Calvin. XXII, 191. Goddard, Transcendentalism, a chapter in The Cambridge History of American Literature. VII, 193. Goddard, W. H. Hudson: Bird-Man. XVIII, 140. Goldberg: Amherst As Poetry. XXX, 264. Goodrich, The Miner's Freedom. XV, 168. Graves: Manitou and the Animals: an Indian Legend. XXV, 81. Greene, Fries and Wriston: Liberal Education Re-examined: its Role in a Democracy. XXXIII, 107. Greene: The Arts and the Art of Criticism. XXX, 174. Grosvenor: Cumulative Index to the National Geographic Magazine, 1899 to 1934 inclusive. XXV, 79. Hall: Radar Aids to Navigation. XXVII, 115. Haller and Davis: The Leveller Tracts. XXXIV, 89. Haller, Early Life of Hobert Southey. IX, 99. Haller: The Rise of Puritanism. XXVIII, 202. Hallock, An Angler's Reminiscences. VI, 114. Hallock, Hawaii Under King Kalakaua. I, 258. Hallock, Why Our Flag Floats Over Oregon. I, 258. Hamilton and Johnson: The Art of Fiction. XXVIII, 447. Hamilton and May, Control of Wages. XIII, 235. Hamilton, Current Economic Problems. VI, 117. Hamilton, Exercises in Current Economics. VI. 117. Hamilton: A Second Constitution for the United States of America. XXVIII, 204. Hamlin and Turner, Chemical Resistance of Engineering Materials. XIII, 234. Hamlin, American Spirit in Architecture. XV, 360. Hamlin, The Enjoyment of Architecture. VI, 116. Hamlin: Architecture through the Ages. XXIX, 424. Hamlin: Architecture, an Art for All Men. XXXVII, 29. Hamlin: Some European Architectural Libraries. XXVIII, 319. Harris, Century's Change in Religion. IV, 139. Hartshorne, Character in Human Relations. XXIII, 85. Hartshorne, Worship in the Sunday School. III, 129. Hartshorne: From School to College. XXIX, 197. Haydn: By Nature Free. XXXII, 443. Haydn: The Time Is Noon. XXXVII, 206. Haynes: The Senate of the United States. XXVIII, 315. Hazelton: The Root and Flower of Prayer. XXXIII, 108. Hendricks, Double Dealer. XXI, 162. Hendricks, Flames and Fireflies. XV, 264. Hibben, Henry Ward Beecher. XVII, 148. Higginbottom: What Does Jesus Expect of His Church? XXX, 372. Holland, To the River Plate and Back. III, 269. Holland, To the River Plate and Back. VII, 269. Holmes and Kingman, Procedure and Practice before the U. S. Court of Appeals. XV, 168. Hooper: Life along the Connecticut River. XXIX, 92. Houghton, Cicero's Defense of Old Age. I, 166. Humphries, Europa, and Other Poems and Sonnets. XIX, 146. Humphries: Forbid Thy Ravens. XXXVII, 29. Humphries: Out of the Jewel. XXXI, 412. Hunger and History. XXIX, 89. Hunt: Coral Comes High. XXXV, 350. Johnson: As Much As I Dare. XXXIV, 213. Johnson: Campus Versus Classroom. XXXV, 350. Johnson: Ladder to the Moon. XXIX, 90. Johnson: Professor at Bay. XXVI, 285. Johnson: Sonnets from the Pekinese and Other Doggerel. XXV, 187. Johnson: The Lost Art of Profanity. XXXVIII, 20. Johnson: The Rubaiyat of Oma Ki-Yi, and Other Waggish Rhymes. XXVIII, 90. Kane, Picturesque America. XIV, 264. Kane: War or Peace? A Forecast. XXV, 290. Kates, Woven Wind. XXI, 78. Kates: Morning, Noon and Night. XXXVII, 117. Kates: Woven Wind. XXVII, 327. Keep, Library in Colonial New York. I, 339. Kenngott, Record of a City; Social Survey of Lowell, Mass. I, 334. Kimball, A. L., College Text-Book of Physics. I, 254. Kimball, E., Public Life of Joseph Dudley. I, 165. Kimball, Vibration Prevention in Engineering. XXII, 284. Konefsky: Chief Justice Stone And The Supreme Court. XXXV, 233. Krikorian: Islam and Christianity Face to Face. XXVI, 284. Ladd, The Victorian Morality of Art: An Analysis of Ruskin's Esthetic. XXII, 380. Langland: The Vision of Piers Plowman. XXV, 294. Lansing: War Memoirs of Robert Lansing. XXV, 185. Law, The Stream of English Poetry. XXI, 161. Law: Civilization Builders. XXVIII, 447. Lee. Life of. (Was it Worth While?) V. 184. Leiper: Christ’s Way and The World’s, in Church, State and Society. XXVI, 287. Leiper: Pilgrimage to Amsterdam. XXXVII, 115. Leiper: World Chaos or World Christianity – A Popular Interpretation of Oxford and Edinburgh. XXVII, 326. Lewis and Williams: Private Charity in England. XXVIII, 205. Loewenstein: Hitler’s Germany, the Nazi Background to War. XXIX, 194. Long, Bryan, the Great Commoner. XVIII, 69. Long, Lord Jeffery Amherst, A Soldier of the King. XXII, 286. Long: Mr. Pitt and America’s Birthright. XXIX, 425. Long: The Liberal Presidents. XXXVIII, 107. Loomis, Deseado Formation of Patagonia. IV, 60. Loomis, Evolution of the horse. XVI, 163. Loomis, Field Book of Common Rocks and Minerals. XIII, 233. Loomis, Hunting Extinct Animals in the Patagonian Pampas. II, 2.54. Loomis: Physiography of the United States. XXVI, 404. Loos, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. XVI, 65. Lorca and Humphries: The Poet in New York and Other Poems. XXIX, 426. Lovell, The Flower and the Bee. IX, 251. Luther: The Hadley Chest. XXV, 186. Lyman, Theology and Human Problems. I, 65. Lyman: Religion and the Issues of Life. XXXIII, 323. Macintosh, ed., Religious Realism. XXI, 158. MacIver, ed., Economic Reconstruction. XXIII, 381. Macy, American Writers on American Literature. XXI, 234. Manly and Rickert, Contemporary American Literature. XIX, 224. March, Fifteen Lyrics. XIX, 225. March, The Set-Up. XVIII, 219. March, The Wild Party. XVIII, 219. Mason, Outlines of Missionary History. II, 252. McFarland, Sea Panther. XVII, 226. McFarland: Notable Short Stories. XXVI, 405. McFarland: Sea Adventure. XXVIII, 317. McFarland: The Masts of Gloucester. XXVI, 404. McMackin, Marsh, Baten: The Arithmetic of Business. XXV, 81. 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