Index to Impressions Magazine

This index includes:

Citations are in the form “volume.number” (e.g. “2.6” for vol 2, no. 6) or “volume.number.page” (e.g. “1.12.263” for vol. 1, no. 12, p. 263. Articles from 1899 (confusingly also labelled as “Volume 1”) are cited “1899.number.page.”

In 1904, Elder changed the magazine’s pagination scheme. Beginning with Volume 5, number 2, the advertising section (under the header Publishers’ Bulletin) was no longer included in the pagination sequence. In addition, the preliminary pages were similarly excluded. This forced me to invent an artificial numbering system for the purposes of this index. I decided to use lower-case roman numerals for preliminary pages, and the following scheme for the advertising section: if the last numbered page of text in an issue is “25,” then the following pages of advertisements are paginated “25a,” “25b,” “25c,” etc.

Some authors were credited only with initials, presumably to maintain their anonymity, and many of these authors have not yet been identified.

Abbreviations:

  • ifc = inside front cover
  • ibc = inside back cover
  • bc = back cover
  • supp = supplement
  • i, ii = preliminary pages in an issue where not part of the official pagination (Vol. 5, no. 2, et seq.)
  • e.g. 25a, 25b, 25c … = artificial pagination scheme for advertising sections where not part of the official pagination (Vol. 5, no. 2, et seq.)

 

Index By Article Title

“Actor-Print Designers of Torii, The” by Dora Amsden, 4.3.66
“‘Affirmative Intellect, The’ by Charles Ferguson” by Ernest Carroll Moore, 2.5.84
“‘All About Dogs’ by C. H. Lane,” by Morgan Shepard, 1.8.145
“An Apology,” by Morgan Shepard, 1.11.244
“Anacreon,” by Charles G. Blanden, 6.3.73
“Anarchy of James Lane Allen,” by B. S., 4.4.90
“‘Anglo-Saxons and Others’ by Aline Gorren,” by Frederic C. Brown, 1.8.144
“Announcement 1903,” by Paul Elder, 4.1.1
“Annunciation, The” by Howard V. Sutherland, 6.1.11
“Appraisal of Robinson Crusoe, An” by Carlos Gilman Calkins, 1.6.97
“Appreciation of the Paintings of William Keith, An” by Charles Keeler, 1.2.23
“April,” by C. G. Blanden, 6.1.16
“April Morning in Piedmont, An” by George Sterling, 5.1.9
“Arabic Literature,” by Ernest Carroll Moore, 5.1.10
“Art and Life I,” by Regina E. Wilson, 6.1.22
“Art and Life II,” by Regina E. Wilson, 6.2.27
“Art and Life III,” by Regina E. Wilson, 6.3.69
“Art and Mystery of the Bamboo, The” by Carlos Gilman Calkins, 1.4.58
“Art of Playing, The” by Gelett Burgess, 3.4.88
“Autobiography by Herbert Spencer, An” by Ernest Carroll Moore, 5.3.64
“Baby Roland Booklets, The” by Lilian B. Bridgman, 3.4.83
“Barrie’s ‘Tommy and Grizel,’” by Margaret Collier Graham, 1.10.196
“Bernard Shaw,” by Dorothea Moore, 1.11.233
“Biggs’s Bar,” by Paul Elder, 2.5.88
“Biography of a Grizzly, The” by Morgan Shepard, 1.3.36
“Birdalone Letters to Children,” by Morgan Shepard, 3.3.49
“Birds of God,” by Ralph Radcliffe Whitehead, 4.3.59
“Books,” by an anonymous 13-year-old girl, 2.3.48
“Books are a guide in youth…” by Jeremy Collier, 4.2.35
“Books I Like,” by an anonymous 13-year-old boy, 2.3.47
“Books I Like Best,” by an anonymous 13-year-old boy, 2.3.53
“Building of the Home — I, The” by Charles Keeler, 4.2.41
“Building of the Home — II, The” by Charles Keeler, 4.3.71
“Business Morality,” by Harris Weinstock, 5.4.91
“Calaveras Big Trees, The” by David Starr Jordan, 1.1.5
“California and Human Ideal,” by Charles Ferguson, 1.6.93
“California Singer, A” by Wilson C. Dibble, 6.2.31
“Californian Writer’s New Romance, A” by Adeline Knapp, 1.7.121
“Cavalier, The” byt A. Mc., 2.6.117
“Chant-Royal of California,” by Gelett Burgess, 1.9.ifc
“Charm of Omar Khayyám’s ‘Rubáiyát,’ The” by Regina E. Wilson, 1.7.115
“Child Heart, The” by Adeline Knapp, 2.2.28
“Childhood must pass away…” by Robert Louis Stevenson, 4.1.16
“Children’s Room, The” by Morgan Shepard, 1.1.7, 1.3.41, 1.4.61, 1.5.81, 1.7.124
“China, the Long Lived Empire,” by Eli T. Sheppard, 1.7.116
“Chinese Snuff-bottles,” by Carlos Gilman Calkins, 1.8.147
“Choice and Ocasion,” by Virginia E. Pennoyer, 2.5.93
“Christmas–California and the Joy of a Child,” by Morgan Shepard, 1.10.210
“Christmas Story, The” by Margaret Collier Graham, 1.10.194
“Circle Complete, The” by Marguerite Stabler, 5.1.7
“Collected Poems of T. E. Brown, The” by Ernest Carroll Moore, 2.1.15
“Come! Let’s Play,” by Morgan Shepard, 1.1.6
“Compleat Angler, The” by William Henry Hudson, 1.9.171
“Compleat Bachelor, The” by Gelett Burgess, 1.7.119
“Conception of Immortality, The” by Ernest Carroll Moore, 1.7.117
“Concerning Fairy Tales,” by Howard V. Sutherland, 2.2.31
“Consolatio,” by Raymond Macdonald Alden, 5.1.17
“Contented Man, The,” by Morgan Shepard, 1.11.240
“David Starr Jordan,” by George Wharton James, 6.1.17
“December Shasta,” by Marguerite Stabler, 5.4.108
“Democracy,” by Charles Ferguson, 1.9.166
“Edith Wharton,” by Mary Morrow, 2.3.48
“Edith Wyatt,” by Dorothea Moore, 4.4.94
“Education and the Larger Life,” by Ernest Carroll Moore, 4.3.62
“Education in Slang, The” by Wallace Irwin, 2.6.111
“Eleanor,” by Dorothea Moore, 1.10.202
“Elizabeth and Her German Garden,” by Charles H. Shinn, 1.1.3
“Elizabeth and Her German Garden,” by Adeline Knapp, 2.1.12
“Elizabethan Drama in California,” by Raymond Macdonald Alden, 6.2.44
“English Woman’s Love-Letters, An” by Dorothea Moore, 1.12.261
“‘Fact and Fable in Psychology,’ by Joseph Jastrow,” by Ernest Carroll Moore, 1.11.237
“Fair Women,” by Alfred A. Wheeler, 4.2.49
“Fairies I See, The” by Marjorie Slate (age 12), 2.2.31
“Fairy King, The” by Miriam Clapp (age 9), 2.2.32
“Fairie Lore,” by Adeline Knapp, 2.2.29
“Fairy Queen, The” by Miriam Clapp (age 10), 2.2.30
“Fiction Writer’s Responsibility, The” by W. C. Morrow, 2.3.43
“Fire-Bringer, The” by Enrest Carroll Moore, 5.2.55
“Flood of Imitative Fiction, The” by George Hamlin Fitch, 2.6.118
“‘Fomá Gordyéef,’ by Maxim Gorky” by Jack London, 2.5.85
“Forest and the Night, The” by L. Gerstle Mack (age 7), 3.1.15
“Foreword to the Life of an Artist, A” by L. D. Ventura, 6.4.93
“Forgotten Classic, A” by T. C. W., 3.1.11
“French Portraits,” by William Henry Hudson, 1.6.95
“From the Hills of Dream,” by W. B. Yeats, 3.1.16
“Furnishing of the Home, The” by Charles Keeler, 4.4.95
“Further Opinions of ‘Jay’—also a Brief Discourse Upon the ‘Mystery Smell,’” by Morgan Shepard, 1.6.100
“Garden, The” by Charles Keeler, 5.1.12
“Garden of Simples, A” by Nellie Blessing Eyster, 2.1.11
“Gate Beautiful, The” by Dora Amsden, 5.2.49
“Genroku,” by Dora Amsden, 4.2.44
“Gentle Art, The” by James Johansen, 3.2.32
“Geology and Character,” by Thomas R. Bacon, 1.5.77
“George Meredith: Some Characteristics,” by Dorothea Moore, 1.5.76
“George Sterling’s Poems,” by Anonymous, 5.1.18
“Ghosts,” by Alfred A. Wheeler, 4.1.7
“Giuseppe Cadenasso,” by Hugh Gordon Maxwell, 5.4.101
“God of His Fathers, The–Jack London,” by Anna Strunsky, 2.4.59
“Golden Gate, The” by Howard V. Sutherland, 5.4.90
“Good and Faithful Servant, A” by Thomas R. Bacon, 6.3.60
“Goops,” by Morgan Shepard, 1.9.173
“Grandma’s Story,” by Mary Watkins (age 12), 1.7.122
“Great American Potter, A” by H. W. Rolfe, 3.1.13
“Greek Play at Stanford, The” by H. W. R., 3.2.25
“Growth of the Home, The” by Charles Keeler, 4.1.17
“Hamilton W. Mabie’s ‘Life of Shakespeare,’” by Adeline Knapp, 1.10.200
“‘Hamlet’ in Berkeley,” by Thomas R. Bacon, 5.4.85
“Hard Pan,” by Thomas R. Bacon, 1.9.168
“Haroun’s Daughter,” by Ralph Erwin Gibbs, 4.4.99
“Hawthorne and Lavender,” by Dorothea Moore, 3.1.3
“Herod: A Tragedy,” by Adeline Knapp, 1.11.238
“Hiroshige,” by Dora Amsden, 4.4.87
“Historic Fantasy of Venice, An” by H. S. D., 1.3.36
“History and Mr. John Fiske,” by Thomas R. Bacon, 1.2.19
“Hopes Concerning Mr. James Lane Allen,” by Thomas R. Bacon, 1.7.118
“Ideal and the Real, The” by H. A. R., 5.3.67
“Ideal Future, The” by H. A. R., 5.3.83
“Ideals of the East,” by Josephine M. Hyde, 4.3.70
“Idyls of El Dorado,” by Adeline Knapp, 1.9.167
“Importance of Being Earnest, The” by Lorenzo Sosso, 3.3.62
“Impress of Nature on Art in California,” by Charles Keeler, 1.9.171
“Impressions Bibliography,” by Paul Elder, 1.8.151
“Impressions Bibliography,” by William Hazlitt, 1.9.175
“Impressions Quarterly,” by Paul Elder, 2.6.119
“In the Matter of Summer Fiction,” by Adeline Knapp, 1.4.49
“In Passing Comment,” by Paul Elder, 1.4.50
“In The Realms Of Gold,” by Charles Keeler, 2.6.115
“In The Realms Of Gold,” by Lionel Josaphare, 3.3.66
“Ina D. Coolbrith,” by George Wharton James, 5.2.45
“Influence of the Orient Upon California, The” by Dora Amsden, 1.10.208
“Into the Light,” by Regina E. Wilson, 2.5.81
“Is There Room for a New Magazine Started on the Basis Below Indicated?” by Victor O’Brien, 3.4.81
“Isidro,” by Dorothea Moore, 6.2.40
“Italian Cities,” by Dorothea Moore, 2.4.58
“Italy Today,” by Thomas R. Bacon, 2.4.61
“‘Jacinta: A Californian Idyl,’ and Miss Lundborg’s ‘Omar,’” by Paul Elder, 1.9.169
“Jack’s Adventure,” by A. W. Cole, 1.12.265
“James Huneker’s Chopin,” by Julius Weber, 1.4.53
“‘James Martineau,’ A Biography and Study by A. W. Jackson” by Ernest Carroll Moore, 1.10.197
“Japanese Honest Schoolboy, The” by John Sagara, 5.1.22
“Kim,” by Lorenzo Sosso, 2.2.36
“Kind of Story I Like Best, The” by an anonymous 14-year-old girl, 2.3.47
“Kipling’s Stalky & Co.,” by Morgan Shepard, 1.1.2
“La Torre del Mangia,” by Thomas R. Bacon, 6.1.7
“Lament of the Little Waterfall, The” by Neera, 6.4.87
“Land of Little Rain, The” by Dorothea Moore, 5.2.57
“Last Book of Frank Norris, The” by Thomas R. Bacon, 4.1.12
“Let us not lose the savor…” by Robert Louis Stevenson, 3.2.31
“Libraries in the Middle Ages,” by Edward Bull Clapp, 1.6.98
“Liberal Education, A” by T. H. Huxley, 1.12.256
“Life of man if dynamic, not static…, The” by David Starr Jordan, 3.3.56
“Limits of Evolution, The” by David Starr Jordan, 2.5.83
“Listening Child, The” by Dora Amsden, 3.1.13
“Literary Bondage,” by Thomas R. Bacon, 6.4.75
“Literary Note,” by Anonymous (but perhaps Paul Elder), 3.1.17
“Little Belle’s Dream,” by Isabel Gilbert (age 9), 2.2.35
“Little Trip to Utopia, A” by H. W. R., 4.1.8
“Little Trip to Utopia II, A” by H. W. R., 4.2.39
“Little Trip to Utopia III, A” by H. W. R., 4.3.63
“Little Trip to Utopia IV, A” by H. W. R., 5.1.5
“Live Not Within Thyself,” by George W. Cable, 2.3.42
“Love Story of Abner Stone, The” by T. C. W., 3.2.28
“‘Lucretius on Life and Death,’ by W. H. Mallock” by Ernest Caroll Moore, 1.10.195
“M. José Maria de Heredia,” by Edward Robeson Taylor, 3.3.58
“Madness of Philip, The” by Minna V. Gaden, 3.2.38
“Marchesi’s ‘Ten Singing Lessons,’” by Elizabeth Putnam, 2.6.116
“Mary Blue and Brown-man,” by Morgan Shepard, 1.8.149
“Memories, and Other Verses,” by Howard V. Sutherland, 2.1.14
“Message of the Silence, The” by Howard V. Sutherland, 6.4.92
“Miss Florence Lundborg,” by Paul Elder, 1.1.2
“More Mere Egotism,” by Dorothea Moore, 3.3.63
“Moriscos of Spain—Their Conversion and Explusion, The” by Ernest Carroll Moore, 3.1.10
“Mr. Richard Hovey,” by Howard V. Sutherland, 1.1.18
“Muir of the Mountains,” by Bailey Millard, 3.3.64
“My Hill,” by Dorothea Moore, 5.3.68
“‘My New Curate,’ by Rev. Father Sheehan,” by A. L. E. H., 1.11.235
“Nature and the Human Spirit I” by Adeline Knapp, 5.1.1
“Nature and the Human Spirit II,” by Adeline Knapp, 5.2.42
“Nature and the Human Spirit III,” by Adeline Knapp, 5.3.61
“Nature and the Human Spirit IV” by Adeline Knapp, 5.4.98
“‘Nature Note’ in Modern Literature, The” by Adeline Knapp, 2.1.5
“New Orpheus, A” by Langley Porter, 6.4.82
“Notes from a Reading of Edwin Markham’s ‘Lincoln,’” by E. C. T., 3.1.6
“Notes on Japanese Art,” by Clarence Ludlow Brownell, 6.3.51
“Oath of Athenian Ephebi,” by Anonymous, 2.1.4
“Observations of Jay (a Dog),” by William S. McClure, 1.9.173
“Ocean Messages,” by Dora Amsden, 6.4.88
“Octopus, The” by Jack London, 2.3.45
“Old Book Room, The” by Paul Elder, 1.1.4, 1.2.20
“Oh, do not pray for easy lives,” by Phillips Brooks, 1.8.148
“Oldest Norse Sagas, The” by Adeline Knapp and Nico Beck-Meyer, 6.2.32
“On Beauty as a Labor-Saving Device,” by Laura B. Everett, 3.2.31
“On Reading Fiction,” by Paul Elder, 1.7.120
“On the Principle of Loyalty in Biography,” by Anna Strunsky, 3.1.1
“Opportunity of the College President, The” by David Starr Jordan, 1.10.198
“Our Benevolent Feudalism,” by Ernest Carroll Moore, 4.1.10
“Out of Doors–A Camera,” by I. W. P., 2.1.17
“Pageant of Summer, The” by Richard Jefferies, 2.1.6
“Pastel in Prose,” by L. D. Ventura, 6.1.21
“Peep into the Vatican Library, A” by J. C. Rowell, 1.12.264
“Perils of Prophecy, The” by Lorenzo Sosso, 3.1.9
“Personal Impressions,” by Paul Elder, 1.1.1, 1.2.17, 1.3.35,
“Personal Impressions Bibliography,” by Paul Elder, 1.5.82, 1.6.102
“Philosophic Legends,” by P. Windshagen, 4.3.75
“Philosophy,” by Harrold Johnson, 3.2.37
“Philosophy of Despair, The” by David Starr Jordan, 3.3.50
“Picture Memories,” by Lucia Chamberlain, 1.12.266
“Plea For Poets, A” by Lorenzo Sosso, 2.5.90
“Poems of Stephen Phillips, The” by Horace G. Platt, 1.3.38
“Poems of the Town,” by Kate W. Beaver, 2.3.52
“Po-ho-no, Spirit of the Evil Wind,” by Bertha H. Smith, 4.4.100
“Popularity of Novels, The” by Thomas R. Bacon, 2.3.50
“Portrait of Little Maren, A” by P. I. Johansen, 3.2.29
“Primavera,” by John Addington Symonds, 1.3.33
“Private Memoirs of Madame Roland, The” by Adeline Knapp, 1.12.262
“Prize, The” by Ralph Erwin Gibbs, 4.4.91
“Prophecy For the Twentieth Century, A” by Charles Keeler, 2.4.67
“Prose of Edward Rowland Sill, The” by Tracy Randall Kelley, 1.5.78
“Protest of Onyx Table, The” by Morgan Shepard, 1.1.8
“Provincialism in Literature,” by Lorenzo Sosso, 1.11.239
“Psychic Factor, The” by Maurice V. Samuels, 6.2.41
“Quatrains from ‘Into The Light,’” by Edward Robeson Taylor, 2.4.bc, 2.5.bc, 2.6.bc
“Queen vs. Billy,” by D. K., 1.9.171
“Realm of Romance, The” by Lorenzo Sosso, 2.3.49
“Recipe For a Happy Life,” by Margaret of Navarre, 2.5.87
“Religion in Life,” by Stopford A. Brooke, 2.4.64
“Religion of Democracy, The” by Ernest Carroll Moore, 1.5.75
“Religious Plays in Osman Edwards’ ‘Plays and Playfellows in Japan’–Chapter II,” by Mary McNeil Fenollosa, 2.5.92
“Retrospect, A” by Lorenzo Sosso, 1.10.203
“Revolt of Barbara, The” by Morgan Shepard, 1.4.60
“Rise of Ukiyo-Ye,” by Dora Amsden, 4.1.3
“Rodari: Sculptor,” by Charles Mills Gayley, 1.11.235
“Romance needs only a new point of view,” by Gelett Burgess, 3.4.81
“Romance of Hokusai, The” by Dora Amsden, 3.3.51
“Romance of the Commonplace, The” by T. C. W., 3.4.80
“Rostand’s ‘L’Aiglon,’” by Adeline Knapp
“Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, Jr., The” by Valentine Blake, 3.2.30
“Saga of King Hamlet of Denmark, The” by Adeline Knapp and Nico Beck-Meyer, 6.1.1
“Samuel Sawbones M.D. On the Klondyke,” by Howard V. Sutherland, 1.12.260
“Seedtime,” by Adeline Knapp, 1.12.263
“Setters of Types,” by Frank B. Rae, Jr., 3.1.7
“Seven Gardens and a Palace,” by A. L. E. H., 2.1.13
“Shakesperian Student’s Library, A” by C. F. Cazenove, 2.4.65
“Siesta,” by Ralph Erwin Gibbs, 5.1.4
“Simple Home, The” by Paul Elder (uncredited), 5.2.59
“Smile, A,” by Morgan Shepard, 4.1.16
“Society,” by Charles Keeler, 5.3.80
“Solomon: How He Said His Prayers,” by May E. Southworth, 2.4.68
“Some Adventures of Frank the Bay Horse, and Barbara the Girl,” by Morgan Shepard, 1.3.40
“Some American Lyrics,” by Alfred A. Wheeler, 4.2.31
“Some Contemporary California Writers,” by Charles Keeler, 1.5.73
“Some Old Norse Sagas,” by Adeline Knapp and Nico Beck-Meyer, 6.3.68
“Some Pleasures of Old Books,” by Paul Elder, 1.8.146
“Some Remarks by ‘Jay’ the Dog upon the Pleasures and Importance of Tail-wagging,” by Morgan Shepard, 1.5.80
“Some Phases of Californian Literature,” by George Hamlin Fitch, 1.7.113
“Son of the Wolf, Again, The,” by Howard V. Sutherland, 1.9.170
“Song Immortal, The” by Lorenzo Sosso, 4.1.18
“Songs and Song Writers,” by Elizabeth W. Putnam, 1.12.259
“Songs of the Press and Other Adventures, in Verse,” by M. P., 3.3.65
“Sonnet To the Sonnet,” by Wallace Irwin, 2.6.112
“Sonnets in Slang,” by T. A. K., 3.1.19
“Sonnets of Heredia,” by Emma Frances Dawson, 1.4.54
“Sophocles in English Prose,” by A. T. Murray, 6.2.38
“Sovereign Woman Versus Mere Man,” by Jennie Day Haines, 6.4.96
“‘Spanish People—Their Origin, Growth and Influence, The’ by Martin A. S. Hume,” by Ernest Carroll Moore, 3.3.57
“‘Sphinx and Other Poems, The’ by William Henry Hudson,” by Regina E. Wilson, 1.11.236
“Spring Preachment, A” by Eloise Davis, 2.2.33
“Standard Upheld and Other Verses, The” by J. T., 4.1.15
“Stephen Phillips’ Paola and Francesca,” by Horace G. Platt, 1.4.55
“Stories,” by an anonymous 12-year-old girl, 2.3.53
“Story of a Valentine, The” by Lucia Chamberlain, 1.11.242
“Story of My Heart, The” by Richard Jefferies, 2.1.9
“Story of William and Lucy Smith, The” by T. C. W., 3.3.55
“Strenuous Life, A” by Thomas R. Bacon, 1.10.201
“Suggested on Looking at a Picture Painted by William Keith entitled ‘Memories,’” by Edward Robeson Taylor, 3.4.79
“Summer Hills,” by Adeline Knapp, 6.3.68
“Supplication,” by Edwin Markham, 3.1.7
“Swastika, The” by Ella C. B. Fassett, 2.6.120
“Tale of the Eight Immortals, A” by L. Calhoun Duff, 2.6.121
“Technique of ‘Ulysses,’” by Bailey Millard, 3.3.60
“Things That Abide, The” by A. W. Murray, 4.1.11
“Think what a book is,” by Lord Houghton, 1.3.43
“Three Plays for Puritans,” by Dorothea Moore, 2.2.37
“To a Young Collector: San Francisco,” by C. F. Cazenove, 1.10.205
“To divert at any time a troublesome fancy…” by Thomas Fuller, 4.2.38
“To Dorking, via Paradise,” by Francis Chester, 3.2.34
“To President Jordan: In Response,” by G. H. Howison, 2.6.113
“To Stevenson,” by Charles Keeler, 5.4.97
“To the University of California,” by Charles Keeler, 1.9.172
“Today is your day and mine,” by David Starr Jordan, 4.4.93
“Toilers, The” by Dora Amsden, 3.2.37
“Toilers, The” by Harrold Johnson, 3.2.36
“Tonic for Blue Mondays, A” compiled by Jennie Day Haines, 6.2.49
“‘Touchstone, The’ by Edith Wharton,” by Mary Bell, 1.7.121
“Traansvaal Literature, The” by Paul Elder, 1.1.1
“Transformation,” by Ben Bradford, 3.2.33
“Translations from the Greek Drama,” by A. T. Murray, 4.2.36
“Traveling,” by A. Bancroft, 1.10.211 (mistakenly attributed to “A. Robinson,” corrected in 1.11.244)
“Tribulations of Tip (a small yellow Dog),” by Morgan Shepard, 1.9.174
“Two Lovers of Nature–Maurice Thompson and Richard Jefferies,” by George Hamlin Fitch, 2.1.7
“Two More Olivers,” by Thomas R. Bacon, 1.12.257
“Ulysses,” by Wallace Irwin, 3.2.27
“Unknown, The” by Ernest Carroll Moore, 1.8.144
Untitled, by Paul Elder, 1899.1.1, 1899.3.1, 1899.4.1, 1899.5.1, 1.2.17, 1.3.34, 1.6.94, 1.8.142, 1.9.170, 2.4.60
Untitled, by Henry H. Howitt, 1.4.53
Untitled, by William S. McClure, 1.4.52
Untitled, by Mary Morrow, 1.3.37, 1.4.50
Untitled, by Howard V. Sutherland, 1.1.3
“Up Early,” by Dorothea Moore, 6.4.81
“Upland Pastures,” by Dorothea Moore, 5.4.109
“Upon Literary Criticism–A Reply,” by Anna Strunsky, 2.5.89
“Upon Pseudo-Literary Criticism,” by Gelett Burgess, 2.4.57
“Upon Wallace Irwin’s ‘Love Sonnets of a Hoodlum,’” by Gelett Burgess, 2.6.109
“Utamaro,” by Dora Amsden, 3.4.75
“Value of the Book Review, The” by Margaret Collier Graham, 3.4.85
“Value of a Friend, The” by Robert Louis Stevenson, 1.11.232
“Vault of Heaven, The” by Howard V. Sutherland, 6.4.80
“Village Vicar to His Dog, The,” by Edward Robeson Taylor, 2.4.69
“Virtue Rewarded,” by May Sophy Lilienthal (age 8), 1.7.123
“Voice of the Scholar,” by Bailey Millard, 4.4.92
“Walter H. Pritchard,” by Robert Langley Porter, 6.1.12
“Walton, White and Others–An Appreciation,” by A. L. E. H., 2.1.10
“Walton’s ‘Compleat Angler,’” by Charles S. Wheeler, 1.4.57
“Wanted–A Fairy Godmother,” by Mary Fitch Watkins (age 12), 2.2.34
“Way To Find Peace, A” by John Ruskin, 2.5.91
“‘Wayfarers in Italy,’ by Katharine Hooker,” by Rev. Henry E. O’Keeffe, 3.1.4
“What and Where Should Californians Write?” by W. C. Morrow, 1.8.141
“What Betsy Did,” by Morgan Shepard, 1.2.22
“What if there are so many of us…” by David Starr Jordan, 3.3.59
“When We Dead Awaken,” by Porter Garnett, 1.5.75
“When We Dead Awaken—A Second View,” by Elizabeth W. Putnam, 1.6.96
“White Rose and the Red, The” by John Ward Stimson, 6.3.58
“Wild Lover, The” by Howard V. Sutherland, 6.2.37
“William Keith,” by George Wharton James, 5.3.74
“Without the love of books the richest man is poor,” by John Alfred Langford, 1.8.ifc
“Woman’s Hand in Bookbinding, A” by Morgan Shepard, 1.3.42
“Word About Photographers, A” by Arnold Genthe, 1.5.79
“Word for Impressionism, A” by George L. Noyes, 6.4.89
“Word on Provincialism, A” by William Henry Hudson, 1.9.165
“Work,” by Charles Keeler, 5.4.94
“Worth of civilization…, The” by Charles Wagner, 4.1.14
“Worth of Reading, The” by Bradford Leavitt, 2.4.63
“Year’s Two Dramas, The” by Adeline Knapp, 1.8.143
“Yes, for in my eyes it was not Zeus…” by Sophocles, 3.2.26

 

Index by Name

  • Citations of authors appear in roman type, e.g. 2.1.13. These citations also appear in the title index.
  • Citations of people discussed within the articles appear in italic type, e.g. 1.8.147
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A. L. E. H., 1.11.235, 2.1.10, 2.1.13
Abou Ben Adhem (Ibrahim ibn Adham), 5.3.79
Ade, George, 1.7.119, 2.6.111
Addison, Joseph, 1.10.207, 2.1.10, 6.1.19
Aeschylus, 4.2.36, 6.2.39
Agassiz, Alexander, 1.5.77
Alden, Raymond Macdonald, 5.1.17, 6.2.44
Alfieri, Vittorio, 6.4.94
Allen, James Lane, 1.7.118, 1.7.120, 2.1.6, 3.2.29, 4.4.90
Alma-Tadema, Lawrence, 5.4.105
Amsden, Dora, 1.10.208, 3.1.13, 3.2.37, 3.3.51, 3.4.75, 4.1.3, 4.2.44, 4.3.66, 4.4.87, 5.2.49, 5.3.69, 6.3.54, 6.4.88
Andersen, Hans Christian, 1.11.233, 2.2.31, 6.1.21
Anderson, William, 4.1.5, 6.3.54
Anonymous, 2.1.4, 2.3.47, 2.3.48, 2.3.53, 3.1.17, 5.1.18
Alexander, P. Proctor, 3.1.11
Aquinas, St. Thomas, 1.12.265, 2.6.114
Ariosto, Ludovico, 6.4.76
Aristophanes, 4.2.38
Aristotle, 2.6.114, 4.3.59, 5.2.37
Arnim, Elizabeth von (author of the anonymously published “Elizabeth and Her German Garden”), 1.1.3, 2.1.12
Arnold, Sir Edward, 3.4.77
Arnold, Matthew, 1.9.supp, 2.1.15, 5.2.45, 6.2.38
Arnold, Thomas, 2.4.63
Audubon, John James, 2.1.8
Austin, Mary Hunter, 5.2.57, 6.2.40
Bacon, Thomas R., 1.2.19, 1.5.77, 1.7.118, 1.9.168, 1.10.201, 1.12.257, 2.3.50, 2.4.61, 4.1.12, 5.4.85, 6.1.7, 6.3.60, 6.4.75
Bagehot, Walter, 2.4.62
Bailey, J. C. (John Cann), 3.3.59
Balzac, Honoré de, 2.6.118, 3.2.30, 4.1.12
Bancroft, A., 1.10.211
Barrie, J. M. (James Matthew), 1.1.2, 1.7.120, 1.10.196
Barrow, Isaac, 4.2.30
Barry, Rev. William Francis, 1899.1.1, 1899.5.1
Baudelaire, Charles, 2.5.93
Beardsley, Aubrey, 3.4.78
Beasley, Thomas Dykes, 3.1.6
Beaumont, Francis, 2.6.109, 6.2.44, 6.4.76
Beaver, Kate W., 2.3.52
Beck-Meyer, Nico, 6.1.1, 6.2.32, 6.3.65
Becker, Bernard, 3.1.1
Beerbohm, Max, 1899.4.1, 1.7.120
Beethoven, Ludwig von, 3.3.60, 5.4.96
Bell, Mary, 1.7.121
Belloc, Hilaire, 1899.5.2
Benson, A. C. (Arthur Christopher), 5.3.71
Berkeley, George, 2.6.114
Besant, Walter, 2.1.8
Bigly, Cantell A., 1.2.21
Binyon, Laurence, 1.3.33
Black, William, 2.1.6
Blackie, John Stuart, 4.2.36
Blackmore, Richard Doddridge, 2.1.6
Blake, Valentine, 3.2.30
Blanden, C. G. (Charles Granger), 6.1.16, 6.3.73
Boabdil (Abu Abdallah Muhammad XII), 3.1.10
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 6.4.94
Bonner, Geraldine, 1.9.168
Bonny, George, 2.1.14
Booth, Edwin, 5.4.86
Boswell, James, 1.10.207, 2.4.65, 3.1.1, 6.2.44
Botticelli, Sandro (Alessandro di Mariano di Vanni Filipepi), 1.10.209, 4.2.45, 4.3.61, 4.4.99
Boutet de Monvel, Louis-Maurice, 1899.1.1
Boyle, E. V. (Eleanor Vere), 2.1.13
Bradford, Ben, 3.2.33
Brahms, Johannes, 1.12.259
Bridgman, Lilian B., 3.4.83
Brinkley, Francis, 6.3.51
Brontë, Charlotte, 2.3.51
Brooke, Stopford A., 2.4.64
Brooks, Phillips, 1.8.148
Brown, Frederic C., 1.8.144
Brown, T. E. (Thomas Edward), 2.1.15
Browne, Sir Thomas, 2.1.10
Brownell, Clarence Ludlow, 6.3.51
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 1899.1.2, 2.3.51, 4.2.37
Browning, Robert, 1899.1.2, 2.1.15, 2.5.91, 2.6.109, 3.3.62, 6.4.82
Bryant, William Cullen, 4.2.35
Bryce, James, 1.1.1
Buchanan, Robert Williams, 6.4.85
Buddha, 5.4.96
Buffon, Comte de (Georges-Louis Leclerc), 2.1.8
Bullen, Frank Thomas, 1899.3.2
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward, 2.6.118
Bunner, Henry Cuyler, 1.7.120
Bunyan, John, 5.4.89
Burbage, Richard, 5.4.87
Burdett-Coutts, Baroness (Angela Georgina Burdett-Coutts), 1.10.206
Burgess, Gelett, 1.7.119, 1.9.173, 1.9.ifc, 2.4.57, 2.5.89, 2.6.109, 3.1.19, 3.2.30, 3.4.supp, 3.4.80, 3.4.81, 3.4.88
Burns, Robert, 2.5.95, 2.6.109
Burroughs, John, 5.3.75, 6.2.31
Burt, Mary, 2.5.95
Byron, Lord, 3.1.17, 3.3.54, 4.3.59
Cable, George W., 2.2.42, 2.6.117
Cadell, Jessie E., 3.1.17
Cadenasso, Giuseppe, 5.4.supp, 5.4.101, 6.3.ii
Calkins, Carlos Gilman, 1.4.58, 1.6.97, 1.8.147
Calvin, John, 1.12.257, 5.3.62
Camoens (Luís Vaz de Camões), 2.6.109
Campbell, Lewis, 4.2.36
Cardew, Gloria, 1.3.34
Carlyle, Thomas, 1.12.257, 5.3.65, 5.4.98, 6.2.44
Carr, Jeanne C., 5.4.106
Carroll, Lewis, 1899.5.2
Caruso, Enrico, 6.2.31
Caskoden, Edwin (pseudonym of Charles Major), 2.3.49
Cavour, Count (Camillo Paolo Filippo Giulio Benso), 2.4.61
Cazenove, C. F., 1.10.205, 2.4.65
Cellini, Benvenuto, 3.1.1, 4.3.61
Cervantes, Miguel de, 1.10.205, 2.3.49, 3.2.32, 3.2.38
Chalmers, Thomas, 3.3.55
Chamberlain, Basil Hall, 6.3.56
Chamberlain, Joshua L., 5.2.51
Chamberlain, Lucia, 1.11.242, 1.12.266
Channing, William Ellery, 4.2.30
Channing, William Henry, 1.2.supp
Charlemagne, 2.4.64
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 3.1.8, 5.1.5, 6.1.19, 6.4.76
Cheney, John Vance, 1.11.239
Chester, Francis, 3.2.34
Child, Theodore, 1.10.209, 3.4.77, 4.2.48
Cholmondeley, Mary, 1.1.1
Chopin, Frédéric, 1.4.53
Churchill, Winston (the novelist, not the statesman), 2.3.49, 2.6.118
Cicero, Marcus Tullius, 1.12.264
Cimabue, 4.1.5
Clapp, Edward Bull, 1.6.98
Clapp, Mirian, 2.2.30, 2.2.32
Claude (Claude Lorrain), 4.3.61
Clavigero, Francesco Saverio, 1.2.21
Cloete, Henry, 1.1.2
Clough, Arthur, 3.3.55
Cole, A. W., 1.12.265
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1.11.239, 2.1.15, 5.1.20, 6.4.75
Collier, Jeremy, 4.2.35
Collins, William, 4.2.31
Columbus, Christopher, 3.1.10, 4.3.73
Constable, John, 3.3.54
Coolbrith, Ina, 1.5.74, 1.9.167
Coppée, François, 1.11.234
Corneille, Pierre, 2.6.119
Cornell, Ezra, 6.3.63
Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille, 4.3.61, 6.1.12
Costansó, Miguel, 1.2.21
Crane, Walter, 4.1.4, 4.4.88, 6.1.15
Cripps, Arthur Shearly, 1.3.33
Cruikshank, George, 1.10.207
Curtis, George William, 1.10.209, 3.2.29
H. S. D., 1.3.36, 1.4.50
Dagnan-Bouveret, Pascal, 5.1.8
Dampier, William, 1.2.21
Dampt, Jean Baptiste Auguste, 4.3.60
Dana, James Dwight, 1.5.77
Daniel, George, 1.10.206
Dante Alighieri, 2.1.15, 2.5.91, 2.6.109, 3.1.5, 4.3.59, 5.3.66, 6.4.94
Danton, George Jacques, 1899.5.2
Darwin, Charles, 2.4.64, 5.4.96
Daskam, Josephine Dodge, 3.2.38
Dassonville, W. E. (William Edward), 5.4.supp
Daudet, Alphonse, 1.4.52
Davis, Eloise, 2.2.33
Davis, Richard Harding, 1.1.2, 1.7.113
Dawson, Emma Frances, 1.4.54, 1.5.74, 1.9.167
Defoe, Daniel, 1.6.97, 5.4.91
De Kay, Charles, 1.3.35
De Maupassant, Guy, 3.4.78
Depew, Chauncey, 2.4.63
De Quincy, Thomas, 6.1.19
Descartes, René, 2.6.114
de Staël, Madame (Anne Louise Germaine de Staël-Holstein), 2.1.5
Dibble, Wilson C., 6.2.31
Dibdin, Thomas Frognall, 1.8.146, 1.9.170
Dickens, Charles, 1.8.141, 1.10.205, 2.6.118
Dickinson, Emily, 1.11.supp
Dix, Edwin Asa, 1.4.50
Domenech, Emmanuel, 1.2.21
Donatello (Donato di Niccolò di Betto Bardi), 6.1.7
Doré, Gustave, 1.11.240
Doyle, Arthur Conan, 2.6.118
Doyle, C. W. (Charles William), 1.7.114, 2.3.49
Drake, Joseph Rodman, 4.2.31
Drummond, William, 5.2.44
Dryden, John, 5.1.20
Duff, L. Calhoun, 2.6.121
Dumas, Alexandre (père), 2.3.49, 2.6.118, 5.2.40
Dürer, Albrecht, 4.1.6
Duse, Eleonora, 5.2.41, 6.4.94
Dwinelle, John Whipple, 1.2.21
Edwards, Osman, 2.5.92
Eizan (Kikukawa Eizan), 4.2.47
Elder, Paul, 1899.1.1, 1899.3.1, 1899.4.1, 1899.5.1, 1.1.1, 1.1.2, 1.1.4, 1.2.17, 1.2.20, 1.3.34, 1.3.35, 1.5.82, 1.6.94, 1.7.120, 1.8.142, 1.8.146, 1.8.151, 1.9.169, 1.9.170, 2.4.60, 2.5.88, 2.6.119, 4.1.1, 5.2.59
Elgin, Lord (Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of Elgin), 6.1.23
Eliot, Charles W., 1.10.198
Eliot, George (Mary Ann Evans), 1.10.205, 2.6.119, 3.4.87, 5.3.65
Elliott, Orrin Leslie, 4.1.11
Ellis, Havelock, 5.2.44
Ellis, Henry, 1.2.21
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 2.4.64, 5.3.65, 5.4.98
Emory, William Hemsley, 1.2.21
Epicurus, 1.10.195
Erasmus, 4.2.38
Euripides, 4.2.37
Everett, Laura B., 3.2.31
Eyster, Nellie Blessing, 2.1.11
Farnham, Charles Haight, 1.10.201
Fassett, Ella C. B., 2.6.120
Fénelon, François, 2.4.64
Fenollosa, Mary McNeil, 2.5.92
Fenollosa, Ernest, 3.3.53, 3.4.77, 4.1.3, 4.3.66
Ferdinand II of Aragon, 3.1.10
Ferguson, Charles, 1.5.75, 1.6.93, 1.9.166, 2.5.84
Field, Eugene, 1.7.120, 2.5.91
Fielding, Henry, 1.10.205
Finke, Henry, 1.12.259
Fiske, John, 1.2.19
Fitch, George Hamlin, 1899.1.2, 1.7.113, 2.1.7, 2.6.118
FitzGerald, Edward, 1899.5.2, 1.7.115, 1.10.195, 2.4.60, 2.5.81, 3.1.17, 3.2.30, 4.2.37
Fitzpatrick, J. F., 1.1.2
Flammarion, Camille, 1.8.144, 1.11.237
Fletcher, John, 2.6.109, 6.2.44, 6.4.76
Fletcher, Phineas, 2.6.109
Flint, Martha Bockée, 2.1.11
Foote, Mary Halleck, 1.7.114, 2.1.6
Forbes, Alexander, 1.2.21
Ford, Ford Madox, 2.3.49
Ford, Paul Leicester, 2.3.50
Fox Jr., John, 2.1.6
Frederic, Harold, 1899.5.1
Frémont, John C., 1.2.21
Freneau, Philip, 4.2.31
Frothingham, Eugenia Brooks, 2.3.51
Froude, James Anthony, 1.7.113
Fuller, Thomas, 4.2.38
Furness, Horace Howard, 2.4.65
Gaden, Minna V., 3.2.38
Garland, Hamlin, 1.7.113, 1.9.166, 2.1.6
Gardiner, Samuel Rawson, 1.12.257, 2.4.63
Garnett, Porter, 1.5.75
Gass, Patrick, 1.2.21
Gates, Lewis E., 3.1.14
Gayley, Charles Mills, 1.11.235
Geffroy, Gustave, 3.3.54
Genthe, Arnold, 1.5.79
Ghose, Manmohan, 1.3.33
Gibbs, Ralph Erwin, 4.4.91, 4.4.99, 5.1.4
Gilbert, Isabel, 2.2.35
Gilman, Daniel C., 1.5.77
Gilpin, Johnson Edward, 1.12.262
Giorgione, 4.2.48, 4.3.59, 4.3.69
Giotto, 4.1.5
Glatigny, Joseph Albert Alexandre, 6.4.95
Gleig, George, 3.1.2
Goethe, Johann, 2.1.15, 2.4.63, 2.6.119, 3.2.25, 3.2.32, 6.4.82
Goldoni, Carlo, 5.2.37, 6.4.94
Goncourt, Edmond de, 3.3.53, 3.4.75, 4.1.5, 4.4.87
Gonse, Louis, 3.3.51, 4.1.5, 4.3.66
Goodhue, Isabel, 6.2.ii
Goodwin, Maude Wilder, 2.6.118
Gordon, Charles George, 2.4.63
Gorky, Maxim, 2.5.85
Gorren, Aline, 1.8.144
Goss, Charles Frederic, 1.4.50
Gosse, Edmund, 3.3.58
Graham, Kenneth, 1.7.120
Graham, Margaret Collier, 1.7.114, 1.10.194, 1.10.196, 3.4.85
Gras, Felix, 1.1.1
Graves, Edward Pierrepont, 4.4.92
Gray, Thomas, 2.1.10, 3.1.17
Greenhow, Robert, 1.2.21
Greet, Ben (Philip Barling Greet), 5.4.85, 6.2.44
Gregory I, Pope, 5.1.8
Grenville, Lord, 2.1.13
Grieg, Edvard, 1.12.260
Griggs, Edward Howard, 1.7.supp
Grimm Brothers, 2.1.31
Gulland, William Giuseppi, 1.5.82
Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden, 6.3.70
Haeckel, Ernst, 6.2.42
Haggard, H. Rider, 1.1.2
Haines, Jennie Day, 6.2.49, 6.4.96
Hale, Edward E., 2.2.32
Hammond, Mrs. John Hays, 1.1.2
Hansen, George, 3.1.supp, 3.3.75
Hardy, Irène, 3.2.supp
Hardy, Thomas, 2.1.6
Harradan, Beatrice, 1.9.167
Harrison, Frederic, 1.12.258
Harte, Bret, 1.8.141, 2.6.118, 5.2.45, 5.3.71
Harunobu (Suzuki Harunobu), 3.4.78, 6.3.56
Hashimoto Gahō, 4.3.70
Haskins, Caryl Davis, 1.4.51
Hastings, Warren, 3.1.1
Hathaway, Anne, 4.3.73
Hatzfeldt, Sophie Gräfin von, 3.1.1
Hauptmann, Gerhart, 1.8.143
Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1.10.205, 2.5.95, 6.2.27
Hazlitt, William, 1.9.175, 1.10.203, 3.1.1
Hearn, Patrick Lafcadio, 1.9.170, 2.5.92, 3.4.77
Hearst, Phoebe Apperson, 5.3.77
Hearst, William Randolph, 5.4.88
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich, 5.2.44
Heine, Heinrich, 2.6.119, 3.1.3
Helmholtz, Hermann von, 5.4.88
Henderson, Charles Hanford, 4.3.62
Henley, W. E. (William Ernest), 2.1.15, 3.1.2, 3.1.3
Henschel, George, 1.5.74
Heredia, Jose-Maria de, 1.4.54, 3.3.58
Herrick, Robert, 4.2.31
Hewlett, Maurice Henry, 1899.1.1
Hillegas, Howard C., 1.1.1
Hiroshige (Utagawa Hiroshige), 1.10.209, 4.2.48, 4.3.67, 4.4.87, 6.3.56
Hiroshige II, 6.3.56
Hokusai Katsushika, 1.10.209, 3.3.51, 4.1.3, 4.2.47, 4.3.66, 4.4.88, 6.3.55
Holmes, C. J. (Charles John), 3.3.52
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1.10.207
Homer, 2.1.15, 4.2.37, 6.2.39, 6.4.83
Hooker, Katharine, 3.1.4
Hope, Anthony, 1.2.17, 2.3.49, 2.6.118
Hopkins, Herbert Müller, 1.9.167
Houghton, Lord, 1.3.43
Hovey, Richard, 1899.1.2, 1.2.18
Howard, Oliver Otis, 2.4.63
Howells, William Dean, 2.4.58
Howison, G. H. (George Holmes), 2.5.83, 2.6.113
Howitt, Henry H., 1.4.53
Hudson, William Henry, 1.6.95, 1.9.165, 1.9.171, 1.9.172, 1.11.236
Hugo, Victor, 2.6.119, 3.4.78, 5.3.65, 6.4.82
Huish, Marcus B., 3.3.54
Humboldt, Wilhelm von, 2.4.63
Hume, David, 2.6.114
Hume, Martin A. S., 3.3.57
Huxley, T. H. (Thomas Henry), 1.12.256, 5.3.64, 6.1.23
Hyde, Josephine M., 4.3.70
Ibsen, Henrik, 1.5.75, 1.6.96, 3.2.27
Inness, George, 5.4.102
Irving, Washington, 1.8.supp
Irwin, Wallace, 2.6.109, 2.6.111, 2.6.112, 3.1.19, 3.2.27
Isabella I of Castile, 3.1.10
Itchō (Hanabusa Itchō), 4.2.44
Jackson, A. W. (Abraham Willard), 1.10.197
James, George Wharton, 5.2.45, 5.3.74, 5.4.106, 6.1.17
James, Henry, 1.12.261, 2.3.48
James, William, 5.3.64, 6.2.41
Jarves, James Jackson, 4.4.87
Jastrow, Joseph, 1.11.237
Jebb, Richard C., 4.2.37, 6.2.38
Jefferies, Richard, 2.1.6, 2.1.7, 2.1.9, 2.1.10
Jerrold, Douglas, 2.1.10
Jesus Christ, 5.4.96, 6.2.30
Jewett, Sarah Orne, 2.1.6
Jippensha Ikku (Shigeta Sadakazu), 3.4.75
Joanna II of Naples, 5.2.38
Johansen, James, 3.2.32
Johansen, P. I., 3.2.29
Johnson, Harrold, 3.2.36, 3.2.37
Johnson, Samuel, , 3.1.1, 3.3.60
Johnston, Mary, 1.1.1, 1.2.17, 2.6.118
Jones, Grace Llewellyn, 1.3.36, 5.2.35
Jonson, Ben, 1.8.146, 2.6.109, 6.2.44, 6.4.76
Jordan, David Starr, 1.1.5, 1.5.74, 1.10.198, 2.5.83, 2.6.113, 3.3.50, 3.3.56, 3.3.59, 4.4.92, 4.4.93
Josaphare, Lionel, 3.3.66
Julius Caesar, 1.5.90
D. K., 1.9.171
T. A. K., 3.1.19
Kanō Hōgai, 4.3.70
Kanō Masanobu, 4.1.5, 6.3.56
Kanō Motonobu, 4.1.5
Kant, Immanuel, 2.6.114, 5.2.44
Keats, John, 3.3.60, 3.3.66, 4.3.59, 5.3.81
Keats, Gwendoline, 1.2.17
Keeler, Charles, 1.2.23, 1.3.35, 1.5.73, 1.9.167, 1.9.171, 1.9.172, 2.4.67, 2.6.115, 4.1.17, 4.2.41, 4.3.71, 4.4.95, 5.1.12, 5.2.59, 5.3.80, 5.4.94, 5.4.97
Keeler, Louise Mapes, 1.9.167
Keith, William, 1.2.23, 2.1.14, 2.5.supp, 3.4.79, 3.4.81, 4.3.58, 4.4.99, 5.3.ii, 5.3.74, 6.1.12
Kelley, Tracy Randall, 1.5.78
Kelly, Myra, 5.1.2
Kenzan (Ogata Kenzan), 4.2.44
Khayyám, Omar, 1899.5.2, 1.7.115, 1.10.195, 1.10.207, 2.4.602.5.81, 3.1.17, 4.2.37
Kipling, Rudyard, 1899.3.2, 1899.5.2, 1.1.2, 1.9.170, 2.5.95, 3.1.7, 5.3.72, 6.4.77
King, Bolton, 2.4.61
Kingsley, Charles, 2.5.95, 3.1.11
Kiyomasu (Torii Kiyomasu), 4.2.48
Kiyomitsu (Torii Kiyomitsu), 4.3.66
Kiyonaga (Torii Kiyonaga), 3.3.52, 4.1.5, 4.2.47, 4.3.68, 6.3.56
Kiyonobu (Torii Kiyonobu), 4.2.47, 4.3.66
Knapp, Adeline, 1.4.49, 1.7.121, 1.8.143, 1.9.167, 1.9.169, 1.10.199, 1.10.200, 1.11.238, 1.12.262, 1.12.263, 2.1.5, 2.1.12, 2.2.28, 2.2.29, 5.1.1, 5.2.42, 5.3.61, 5.4.98, 5.4.109, 6.1.1, 6.2.32, 6.3.65, 6.3.68
Knox, John, 5.3.62, 5.4.98
Korbay, Francis, 1.12.260
Kōrin (Ogata Kōrin), 4.2.44
Koryūsai (Isoda Koryūsai), 3.4.78, 4.3.68
Komatsu, Toshimune, 1.2.17
Krishna, 5.4.96
Kunisada (Utagawa Kunisada), 4.2.47, 4.3.67
Kuranosuke (Ōishi Yoshio), 4.2.47
Le Conte, Joseph, 6.1.17
La Farge, John, 4.3.68
La Fayette, Marquis de (Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier), 2.4.64
Lagerlöf, Selma, 1899.3.2
Lamb, Charles, 1.10.203, 3.1.1, 3.1.11, 3.1.14, 6.2.44
Lane, C. H. (Charles Henry), 1.8.145, 1.10.207, 1.11.239
Laneham, Robert, 2.1.11
Langford, John Alfred, 1.8.ifc, 4.2.30
Larroumet, Gustave, 5.2.40
Lassalle, Ferdinand, 3.1.1
Lawton, William Cranston, 4.2.37
Lea, Henry Charles, 3.1.10
Leavitt, Bradford, 2.4.63
Lee, Robert E., 2.4.63
Lee, Sidney, 1899.1.1, 2.4.65
Le Gallienne, Richard, 1.5.76, 5.3.72
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm, 2.6.114
Leisher, J. J., 1.12.260
Leland, John, 1.6.99
Leonardo da Vinci, 4.2.45, 4.4.99, 5.2.51
Lessing, Karl Friedrich, 6.2.30
Lilienthal, May Sophy, 1.7.123
Liszt, Franz, 1.12.259
Litsey, Edwin Carlile, 3.2.28
Livingstone, David, 3.3.55
Lodge, Oliver, 6.2.41
London, Jack, 1.4.50, 1.7.114, 1.9.170, 2.3.45, 2.4.59, 2.5.85
Long, William Joseph, 5.3.75
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 6.4.78
Longus, 2.3.49
Louis XIV of France, 4.2.44
Lounsbury, Thomas Raynesford, 6.4.80
Lowell, James Russell, 2.1.15, 3.1.6, 3.1.11
Loyola, Ignacio de, 2.4.64
Lucretius, Titus, 1.10.195
Lummis, Charles F., 1.5.73, 2.3.45, 5.3.75
Lundborg, Florence, 1.1.2, 1.9.169
Lust, Adelina Cohnfeldt, 1899.4.1
Luther, Martin, 2.4.64
Mabie, Hamilton W., 1.10.200
Macaulay, Thomas Babington, 2.4.63, 3.1.1, 6.4.75
MacDowell, Edward, 1.12.260
Mack, L. Gerstle, 3.1.15
Mackail, J. W. (John William), 1899.5.2
Mackenzie, Alexander, 1.2.21
Mackie, Pauline Bradford, 1.7.121
MacLane, Mary, 3.3.63
Major, Charles, 2.3.49
Mallock, William Hurrell, 1.10.195
Malthus, Thomas Robert, 2.5.90
Manet, Édouard, 4.4.89
Manzoni, Alessandro, 6.4.94
Marchesi, Mathilde, 2.6.116
Marcus Aurelius, 5.1.4
Margaret of Navarre, 2.5.87
Markham, Edwin, 1.5.74, 1.11.239, 3.1.6, 3.1.7, 3.2.37, 5.2.53
Marlowe, Christopher, 3.3.60
Marryat, Frank, 1.2.21
Martineau, James, 1.10.197
Marvell, Andrew, 2.1.10
Mata’afa Iosefo, 5.4.i
Matabei (Iwasa Matabei), 3.3.52, 4.1.5, 6.3.55
Matthews, Brander, 5.3.69
Maxwell, Hugh Gordon, 5.4.101
Mc., A., 2.6.117
McCarthy, Justin, 1899.5.2
McClure, William S., 1.4.52, 1.9.173
McGaggey, Ernest, 2.3.52
McKinley, William, 6.1.20
Medici, Cosimo di, 6.1.10
Melba, Nellie (Helen Porter Mitchell), 6.2.31
Meleager, 2.1.7
Mendelssohn, Felix, 3.2.25
Meredith, George, 1.5.76, 2.6.109, 3.1.3
Merriam, George Spring, 3.3.55
Merriman, Henry Seton, 1.11.234
Michelangelo, 4.2.45, 4.3.60, 4.4.89, 4.4.99, 5.4.96, 6.2.29, 6.3.73
Millard, Bailey, 3.3.60, 3.3.64, 3.3.65, 4.4.92
Miller, Joaquin, 1.5.73, 1.9.167, 1.11.239, 2.5.88, 5.2.47, 5.2.53
Milman, Henry Hart, 4.2.37
Milne, Frances M., 4.2.34
Milton, John, 1.8.146, 2.1.15, 2.5.91, 2.6.119, 3.3.60, 3.3.62, 5.1.5, 5.1.20, 6.4.76
Mitchell, Ruth Comfort, 6.4.i
Mitchell, Silas Weir, 1899.5.1, 2.3.50
Miyagawa Chōshun, 4.2.47
Miyagawa Shunsui, 3.3.52, 4.3.66
Mohammed, 5.1.10
Molière (Jean-Baptiste Poquelin), 2.6.119, 3.4.78, 5.2.37, 6.2.41
Möllhausen, Baldwin, 1.2.21
Monet, Claude, 4.4.89, 6.4.89
Montaigne, Michel Eyquem de, 2.1.8, 3.4.78
Moody, William Vaughn, 3.3.62, 5.2.55
Moore, Dorothea, 1.5.76, 1.10.202, 1.11.233, 1.12.261, 2.2.37, 2.4.58, 3.1.3, 3.3.63, 4.4.94, 5.2.57, 5.3.68, 5.4.109, 6.2.40, 6.4.81
Moore, Ernest Carroll (sometimes credited as “E. C. M.”), 1.5.75, 1.7.117, 1.8.144, 1.10.195, 1.10.197, 1.11.237, 2.1.15, 2.5.84, 3.1.10, 3.3.57, 4.1.10, 4.3.62, 5.1.10, 5.2.55, 5.3.64
Morley, John, 1.12.257
Moronobu (Hishikawa Moronobu), 3.3.52, 4.1.6, 4.2.47, 4.3.66, 4.4.90, 6.3.55
Morris, William, 1899.5.2, 3.1.7, 6.1.15
Morrow, Mary, 1.1.18, 1.3.37, 1.4.50, 2.3.48
Morrow, W. C., 1.8.141, 2.3.43
Morshead, E. D. A. (Edmund Doidge Anderson), 4.2.37
Moses, 5.4.106, 6.2.30
Muir, John, 1.5.73, 3.2.25, 3.4.81, 5.2.ii, 5.3.74, 5.4.106
Mulock, Dinah (Dinah Maria Mulock Craik), 2.5.95
Mumford, John Kimberley, 1.5.82
Murdock, Charles A., 2.3.supp
Murillo, Bartolomé Esteban, 6.3.70
Murison, E. L., 6.4.93
Murray, A. T. (Augustus Taber), 4.1.11, 4.2.36, 6.2.38
Murray, Gilbert, 4.2.38
Napier, Charles, 2.4.63
Neidig, William, 1.9.167
Neera (Anna Zuccari Radius), 6.4.87, 6.4.93
Newell, William Wells, 1.5.82
Newman, John Henry, 6.1.19
Newton, Richard Heber, 5.2.50
Nicholas I, Pope, 5.1.8
Nordica, Lillian, 6.2.31
Norris, Frank, 1.7.114, 2.3.45
Norton, Charles Elliot, 6.1.7
Noyes, Alfred, 6.4.83
Noyes, George L., 6.4.ii, 6.4.89
O’Brien, Victor, 3.4.81
O’Connell, Daniel, 1.9.167
O’Keeffe, Rev. Henry E., 3.1.4
Okakura, Kakuzō, 4.3.70
Okey, Thomas, 2.4.61
Okumura Masanobu, 4.2.48
Ōkyo (Maruyama Ōkyo), 4.3.68
Oliphant, Margaret, 1899.5.2
Onions, George Oliver, 1.7.119
Osborne, Lloyd, 1.9.171
Ovid, 2.6.111
I. W. P., 2.1.17
M. P., 3.3.65
Paderewski, Ignacy Jan, 3.1.14
Page, Thomas Nelson, 3.2.29
Palgrave, Francis Turner, 1899.5.2
Palou, Francisco, 1.2.21
Paré, Ambroise, 1.10.206
Parkman, Francis, 1.10.201
Parker, Gilbert, 5.3.72
Parker, Theodore, 4.2.30
Pater, Walter, 1.6.102, 2.3.49, 4.1.3, 4.2.48
Pemberton, Sir Max, 1899.4.1
Pennoyer, Virginia Edmands, 1.11.235, 2.5.93
Pericles, 4.3.59
Perry, Matthew, 6.3.54
Perugino, Pietro, 4.3.61
Petrarch, 2.6.109
Phidias, 5.4.96
Phillimore, J. S. (John Swinnerton), 4.2.38
Phillips, Stephen, 1.3.33, 1.3.38, 1.4.55, 1.8.143, 1.11.238, 3.2.27, 3.3.60, 3.3.62
Pierpont, John, 4.2.32
Pissarro, Camille, 6.4.89
Plato, 2.5.91, 2.6.114, 3.1.14, 3.4.82, 5.3.64, 5.3.81, 5.4.96
Platt, Horace G., 1.3.38, 1.4.55
Plautus, Titus Maccius, 4.2.38
Plumptre, E. H. (Edward Hayes), 4.2.36
Poe, Edgar Allan, 3.2.33, 4.2.33
Poel, William, 6.2.44
Pope, Alexander, 2.1.10, 2.1.13, 2.4.65, 3.3.60
Porter, Langley, 6.4.82
Potter, Robert Langley, 4.2.36, 6.1.12
Pritchard, Walter H., 6.1.supp, 6.1.12
Putnam, Elizabeth W. (sometimes credited as “E. W. P.”), 1.6.96, 1.12.259, 2.6.116
Putnam, George Haven, 1.6.99
Puvis de Chavannes, Pierre, 3.2.37, 4.3.60
Quaritch, Bernard, 1.10.207
H. A. R., 5.3.67, 5.3.83
Rabelais, François, 1.10.205
Racine, Jean, 2.6.119
Rae, Frank B., Jr., 3.1.7
Raphael (Raffaello Santi), 4.3.59, 4.4.99, 6.1.7, 6.2.30, 6.3.70
Rayner, Emma, 1899.5.1
Realf, Richard, 1.11.239, 6.1.supp
Rembrandt, 1.10.209, 3.2.32, 3.3.54, 4.1.6
Richards, Laura, 2.5.95
Richardson, Samuel, 1.10.205
Riis, Jacob, 6.1.20
Risley, R. V. (Richard Voorhees), 1899.5.1
Rives, Amélie, 3.2.29
Robbins, Alice M., 6.2.i
Robertson, Hugh, 3.1.12
Robinson, Alfred, 1.2.21
Rodin, Auguste, 4.3.60
Rogers, Anna A., 1.2.17, 5.3.69, 5.3.74
Rogers, Robert Cameron, 1.1.3
Roland, Madame (Marie-Jeanne Roland de la Platière), 1.12.262
Rolfe, H. W. (Henry Winchester) (sometimes credited as “H. W. R.”), 3.1.13, 3.2.25, 4.1.8, 4.2.39, 4.3.63, 5.1.5
Roosevelt, Theodore, 1.12.257, 6.1.17
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, 2.6.109
Rossini, Gioachino, 5.2.35
Rostand, Edmond, 1.10.199, 3.2.25, 3.2.27
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 5.3.64
Rowell, J. C., 1.12.264
Rubens, Peter Paul, 3.3.54, 4.1.6
Ruskin, John, 1.4.53, 1.10.208, 2.4.58, 2.5.91, 3.1.4, 3.2.32, 3.2.34, 3.3.54, 4.1.5, 4.4.90, 5.3.65, 5.3.69, 5.4.98, 6.1.19, 6.2.29
B. S., 4.4.90
Sabatier, Paul, 1.2.18
Sagara, John, 5.1.22
Sainte-Beuve, Charles Augustin, 6.4.79
Samuels, Maurice V., 6.2.41
Sandham, Henry, 1.3.34, 1.4.supp
Savonarola, Girolamo, 2.4.64
Saxo Grammaticus, 6.1.1
Schiller, Friedrich, 2.6.119
Schreiner, Olive, 3.3.62
Schubert, Franz, 1.12.259, 3.1.14, 5.4.97
Schumann, Robert, 5.2.53
Scidmore, Eliza Ruhamah, 1.7.116
Scott, Walter, 1.10.205, 2.3.49, 2.4.63, 2.6.118
Segantini, Giovanni, 6.1.12
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, 1.10.195
Seton, Ernest Thompson, 5.3.75
Shakespeare, William, 1899.1.1, 1.1.4, 1.8.146, 1.10.200, 1.10.206, 2.1.15, 2.4.65, 2.5.91, 2.6.119, 3.1.14, 3.2.25, 3.2.32, 3.2.38, 3.3.60, 4.2.33, 4.3.59, 4.3.73, 5.1.3, 5.1.5, 5.2.53, 5.4.85, 6.1.1, 6.2.44, 6.4.75
Shaw, Albert, 5.4.91
Shaw, George Bernard, 1.11.233, 2.2.37, 3.2.27
Sheehan, Rev. Patrick Augustine, 1.11.234
Shepard, Morgan, 1.1.2, 1.1.6, 1.1.8, 1.2.22, 1.3.36, 1.3.40, 1.3.42, 1.4.60, 1.5.80, 1.6.100, 1.7.122, 1.8.145, 1.8.149, 1.9.173, 1.9.174, 1.10.210, 1.11.240, 1.11.244, 2.4.supp, 3.3.49, 4.1.15, 4.1.16
Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 3.3.62, 4.2.33, 5.1.2
Sheppard, Eli T., 1.7.116
Shigemasa (Kitao Shigemasa), 4.3.67
Shigenaga (Nishimura Shigenaga), 4.2.48
Shinn, Charles H., 1.1.3
Shorthouse, J Henry, 3.2.29
Shunshō (Katsukawa Shunshō), 3.3.52, 4.2.47, 4.3.66, 6.3.56
Sichel, Harold M. (sometimes credited as H. M. Sickal), 3.4.supp
Sill, Edward Roland, 1.5.73, 1.5.78, 1.11.239
Slate, Marjorie, 2.2.31
Smith, Alexander, 3.1.11
Smith, Bertha H., 4.4.100
Smith, Boyd, 5.2.58
Smith, Lucy, 3.3.56
Smith, William, 3.3.55
Smollett, Tobias, 1.10.205
Socrates, 4.3.59
Sommer, Hans, 1.12.260
Sophocles, 3.2.25, 3.2.26, 4.2.37, 6.2.38
Sosso, Lorenzo, 1.10.203, 1.11.239, 2.2.36, 2.3.49, 2.5.90, 2.6.115, 3.1.9, 3.3.62, 3.3.66, 4.1.18
Soulé, Frank, 1.2.21
Southworth, May E., 2.4.68
Spencer, Herbert, 5.3.64, 5.4.91, 6.1.18
Spenser, Edmund, 3.1.17, 6.4.75, 6.4.83
Stabler, Marguerite, 5.1.7, 5.4.108
Stanley, Henry Morton, 3.3.55
Stanley, John Pearson, 5.3.77
Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 2.5.91, 4.2.31
Steevens, George Warrington, 1.2.17
Stephens, Henry Morse, 4.4.92
Sterling, George, 5.1.9
Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1.3.supp, 1.7.120, 1.8.142, 1.9.171, 1.11.232, 1.11.239, 2.2.supp, 2.3.49, 2.5.91, 2.5.95, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.15, 3.2.31, 3.3.supp, 4.1.16, 5.1.ii, 5.1.5, 5.2.41, 5.4.i, 5.4.97, 6.2.40, 6.2.41
Stimson, John Ward, 5.2.49, 5.2.57, 6.3.58
Stoddard, Charles Warren, 1.5.73, 5.2.45
Stratton, Helen, 2.2.32
Strunsky, Anna, 2.4.59, 2.5.89, 3.1.1
Sudermann, Hermann, 3.2.25
Sutherland, Howard V., 1.1.3, 1.1.18, 1.2.17, 1.9.169, 1.9.170, 1.12.260, 2.1.14, 2.2.31, 2.5.88, 5.4.90, 6.1.11, 6.2.37, 6.4.80, 6.4.92
Suzuki Harunobu, 4.2.48, 4.3.66
Swanwick, Anna, 4.2.36
Swinburne, Algernon Charles, 1.6.94, 3.2.33, 3.3.62, 4.2.35, 6.4.82
Sydenham, Thomas, 1.10.206
Symonds, Arthur, 3.1.3
Symonds, John Addington, 1.3.33, 1.5.82, 2.4.58, 3.1.1, 3.1.4
E. C. T., 3.1.6
J. T., 4.1.15
Tariq ibn Ziyad (credited as Gebel-al-Tarik), 5.1.10
Tarkington, Booth, 1.1.1
Tasso, Torquato, 2.5.91, 6.4.76
Taylor, Bayard, 1.2.21
Taylor, Edward Robeson, 1.4.54, 2.1.14, 2.4.60, 2.4.69, 2.4.bc, 2.5.81, 2.5.bc, 2.5.supp, 2.6.bc, 2.6.supp, 3.1.17, 3.3.58, 3.4.79
Tennyson, Alfred, 2.1.8, 2.1.15, 2.4.64, 2.6.119, 3.1.11, 3.3.60, 5.1.5, 5.3.71, 5.4.96, 6.4.78, 6.4.82
Terence (Publius Terentius Afer), 1.12.264, 4.2.38
Tetrazzini, Luisa, 6.2.31
Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1.10.205, 2.6.118, 3.1.11, 3.2.29, 5.3.65
Thatcher, Edward, 3.1.14
Thatcher, Lucy W., 3.1.13
Theocritus, 2.1.7
Thompson, Ernest Seton, 1.3.35, 1.3.36
Thompson, Maurice, 2.1.7
Thompson, Vance, 1.6.95
Thomson, James, 3.1.17
Thoreau, Henry David, 2.1.5, 3.2.25
Thwing, Charles Franklin, 1.10.198
Tintoretto (Jacopo Robusti), 4.4.90
Titian (Tiziano Vecelli), 4.3.61
Tolstoy, Leo, 1.3.37
Toriyama Sekien, 3.4.76
Toyoharu (Utagawa Toyoharu), 4.3.67
Toyohiro (Utagawa Toyohiro), 4.3.67, 4.4.89
Trine, Ralph Waldo, 5.2.44
Tsutaya Jūzaburō, 3.4.75
Turner, Joseph Mallord William, 3.3.54, 4.3.59, 6.1.12
Utagawa Toyokuni, 3.4.78, 4.3.66, 6.3.56
Utamaro (Kitagawa Utamaro), 3.4.75, 4.2.47, 4.4.88, 6.3.56
Van Brunt, Henry, 4.3.69
Van Ingen, W. B. (William Brantly), 4.4.89
van Dyke, Henry, 1.6.supp
Vaughan, Mabel, 6.3.i
Vedder, Elihu, 1.9.169
Venegas, Miguel, 1.2.21
Ventura, L. D. (Luigi Donato), 6.1.21, 6.4.93
Verdi, Giuseppe, 5.2.37
Verlaine, Paul, 3.1.3, 3.4.78
Virgil (Publius Vergilius Maro), 1.12.264, 2.1.15, 4.3.59, 5.1.18
T. C. W., 3.1.11, 3.2.28, 3.3.55, 3.4.80
Wagner, Charles, 4.1.14
Wagner, Richard, 5.2.53
Wallace, Lew, 2.4.63
Walton, Izaak, 1.4.57, 2.1.8, 2.1.10
Ward, Mary Alden, 1.5.82
Ward, Mary Augusta, 1899.4.2, 1.10.202, 1.11.234
Warr, G. C. W. (George Charles Winter), 4.2.38
Washington, Booker T., 5.4.95
Washington, George, 2.4.64
Watkins, Mary Fitch, 1.7.122, 2.2.34
Watson, Thomas E., 1899.3.2
Watts, G. F. (George Frederic), 3.2.37
Watts, Isaac, 3.1.15
Watts-Dunton, Theodore, 1899.3.1, 2.1.6
Way, A. S. (Arthur Sanders), 4.2.37
Weber, Julius, 1.4.53
Webster, Augusta R., 4.2.37
Webster, John, 2.6.109
Weinstock, Harris, 5.4.91
Westcott, Edward Noyes, 1899.3.1, 2.3.51
Weyman, Stanley John, 2.3.49, 2.6.118
Wharton, Edith, 1.7.121, 2.3.48, 5.3.71
Wheeler, Alfred A., 4.1.7, 4.2.31, 4.2.49
Wheeler, Benjamin Ide, 3.4.81
Wheeler, Charles S., 1.4.57
Whistler, James Abbott McNeill, 1.10.209, 3.1.3, 3.2.32, 4.2.48, 4.4.89
White, Andrew Dickson, 6.3.60
White, Gilbert, 2.1.11
Whitehead, Ralph Radcliffe, 4.3.59
Whitelaw, Robert, 4.2.37
Whitman, Walt, 1.10.208, 2.3.53, 3.1.3
Wierzbicki, F. P., 1.2.21
Wilde, Oscar, 3.3.62, 6.4.87
Wilson, Regina E., 1.5.supp, 1.7.115, 1.11.236, 2.5.81, 6.1.22, 6.2.27, 6.3.69
Windshagen, P., 4.3.75
Wither, George, 4.4.86
Wordsworth, William, 2.1.10, 2.1.15, 2.5.95, 3.1.14, 4.2.35, 4.3.59
Wright, Christina, 2.5.95
Wright, Julia McNair, 2.5.91
Wright, W. S. (William Spencer), 5.1.ii, 5.2.ii
Wyatt, Edith, 4.4.94
Wycherly, Margaret, 5.2.41
Wytfliet, Cornely, 1.2.20
Xenophon, 2.6.111
Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 3.1.16, 5.2.39
Zack (pseudonym of Gwendoline Keats), 1.2.17
Ziani, Marc’Antonio, 5.2.35
Zola, Émile, 1.11.234, 4.1.12

 

Index of Advertisers

Adams, Laura M., photographer, 1.10.225
Alwil Shop, publishers, 1.11.247
American Unitarian Association, publishers, 4.4.118
Asahi, Japanese art goods, 1.1.13, 1.4.68, 1.5.88, 1.6.107, 1.7.132, 1.8.156, 1.9.183, 1.10.ibc, 1.11.ibc, 1.12.275, 2.1.23, 2.3.54, 2.4.79, 2.5.105, 2.6.129, 3.1.24, 3.2.42, 3.3.68, 3.4.104, 4.1.20, 4.2.52, 4.3.80, 4.4.114, 5.1.25e, 5.2.59c
Badger, Richard G., publisher, 6.4.96i
Baker & Taylor Company, publishers, , 6.3.73e, 6.4.96e
Barnes, A. S. & Company, publishers, 1.12.270, 3.4.101, 5.4.109b
Bartlett, Alfred, publishers, 4.3.76, 4.4.110, 4.4.114
Berteling Optical Company, opticians, 1.9.183, 1.10.226, 1.11.251, 1.12.276, 2.1.24, 2.2.40
Biddle, Drexel, publisher, 2.3.ibc
Bixler, Professor G., penmanship training, 4.4.106
Bobbs-Merrill Company, publishers, 4.4.106, 5.1.25d, 6.2.49f, 6.3.73d
Bonestell & Co., fine paper, 1.10.227, 1.11.250, 1.12.274, 2.1.22, 2.2.ibc, 2.3.54, 2.4.77, 2.5.107, 2.6.131, 3.1.24, 3.2.42, 3.3.68, 3.4.104, 4.1.20, 4.2.52, 4.3.80, 4.4.114
Book-Lover Press, publishers, 1.7.131, 1.8.155
Bowen-Merrill Company, publishers, 3.4.103
Brentano’s, publishers, 2.1.20
Caldwell, H. M. Co., publishers, 6.4.96a
California Optical Co., opticians, 1.3.45, 1.4.71, 1.5.91, 1.6.111, 1.7.135, 1.8.159
California Gas Fixture Company, gas and electric fixtures, 1.4.68
California Powder Works, gunpowder, 1.10.227
Calimberti, Parisian fashion, 2.1.24, 2.2.40
Centemeri, glovers, 1.3.46
Challenge, The, periodical, 1.12.268-269,
Chaparral, The, newspaper, 1.7.132, 1.8.156
Coates, Henry T. & Co., publishers, 1.9.180, 1.10.220, 2.4.74, 4.4.109, 5.1.25c
Craftsman, The, periodical, 4.4.105, 5.1.25f, 5.3.83h, 5.4.109a
Critic Company, publishers, 2.4.73, 2.5.ibc
Crowell, T. Y. & Company, publishers, 1.10.221, 2.6.125, 4.4.108, 5.4.109k, 6.4.96d
Day, Thomas & Company, gas and electric fixtures, 1.4.67, 1.5.87, 1.6.108, 1.7.ibc, 1.9.ibc
Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, railroad, 4.3.ibc, 4.4.104
DeWitt, F. M., used books, 1.9.179, 1.10.216, 1.11.246, 1.12.270, 2.1.20, 2.5.104, 2.6.127, 3.1.19
Dodd, Mead & Company, publishers, 1.6.105, 1.8.152, 1.10.222, 1.10.224, 1.12.bc, 4.4.103
Dodge, wedding invitations, 1.2.28, 2.1.23
Dodge Publishing Co., publishers, 1.10.214, 2.6.125, 3.4.101
Domestic Science Monthly, periodical, 1.12.272, 2.4.77, 2.5.107
Dominicana, periodical, 1.7.131, 1.8.155, 1.10.218, 1.12.270, 2.4.76, 2.5.102
Doxey’s Sign of the Lark, 1.8.153, 1.9.179, 1.10.216
Dutton, E. P. & Co., publishers, 1.4.65, 1.10.219, 3.2.40
Elder & Shepard, 1.1.11, 1.1.15, 1.1.16, 1.1.ibc, 1.2.26, 1.2.27, 1.2.30, 1.2.31, 1.2.32, 1.3.ifc, 1.3.46, 1.3.47, 1.3.ibc, 1.4.ifc, 1.4.65, 1.4.66, 1.4.69, 1.4.ibc, 1.5.ifc, 1.5.85, 1.5.88, 1.5.89, 1.5.ibc, 1.5.bc, 1.6.ifc, 1.6.106, 1.6.107, 1.6.109, 1.6.ibc, 1.6.bc, 1.7.ifc, 1.7.125, 1.7.129, 1.7.133, 1.7.ibc, 1.8.ifc, 1.8.137, 1.8.157, 1.8.161, 1.8.bc, 1.9.161-164, 1.9.ibc, 1.10.185-193, 1.10.218, 1.11.229-231, 1.11.246, 1.11.247, 1.11.249, 1.12.253-255, 1.12.273, 1.12.276, 2.1.1-3, 2.1.19, 2.1.21, 2.1.bc, 2.2.25-27, 2.3.41, 2.3.55, 2.3.bc, 2.4.70-72, 2.5.96-99, 2.6.122-123, 2.6.127, 2.6.128, 2.6.132, 2.6.ibc, 3.1.23, 3.1.ibc, 3.2.39, 3.2.41, 3.2.47, 3.2.ibc, 3.2.bc, 3.3.73-74, 3.3.ibc, 3.3.bc, 3.4.90-96, 3.4.110-111, 3.4.ibc, 3.4.bc, 4.1.19
Fenno, R. F. & Company, publishers, 1.11.246
First National Bank, financial, 1.5.86, 1.6.111, 1.7.135, 1.8.ifc, 1.8.159, 1.9.183, 1.10.227
Flame, The, periodical, 2.3.56
Fong Sang Lung & Co., Asian art, 1.3.44
Forbes & Company, publishers, 1.9.182
Fords, Howards & Hulbert, publishers, 1.10.218
Fox, Duffield & Co., publishers, 5.3.83i, 6.1.26a, 6.4.96b-c
Greenbaum’s Perfume Laboratory, druggist, 1.10.226
Grosset & Dunlap, publishers, 1.4.65, 1.5.85
Hames, E. H. & Co., publisher, 1.7.130, 1.11.246, 2.4.76, 2.5.102
Harper and Brothers, publishers, 1.9.178, 1.10.215, 2.4.73, 2.5.100, 3.4.97, 4.4.101
Hicks-Judd Co., printers, 2.4.77, 2.5.107, 2.6.131, 3.1.22, 3.2.46, 3.3.72, 3.4.108, 5.1.25e, 5.2.59c, 5.3.83g, 5.4.109k, 6.1.ibc, 6.2.49e, 6.3.73c, 6.4.96h
Hogue, C. L. Optical Co., opticians, 3.4.109
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., publishers, 1.1.14, 1.4.63, 1.8.138, 1.10.213, 1.11.245, 2.2.bc, 2.4.ibc, 2.5.100, 2.5.ibc, 2.6.126, 3.4.102, 4.3.77, 4.4.111, 5.4.109g, 6.1.26g, 6.2.49c, 6.3.73f, 6.4.96l-m
Humboldt Library, science publishers, 1.3.46, 1.4.66, 1.5.86, 1.6.106, 1.7.128, 1.8.154, 1.9.181
In Many Keys, periodical, 1.12.270, 2.1.23
Ingerson & Glaser Company, glaziers, 2.4.78, 2.5.104, 2.6.131
Jacobs, George W. & Company, publishers, 6.4.96f
Jaehne, Herman A. E., antiques, 1.3.44, 1.4.70, 1.5.90, 1.6.110, 1.7.134, 1.8.158
Kahn, George H., optician, 1.2.29
Kai, O. & Co., Japanese art goods, 1.1.12, 1.2.28, 1.10.ibc, 1.11.ibc, 1.12.275, 2.1.23, 2.3.54, 2.4.79, 2.5.105, 2.6.129, 3.1.24, 3.2.42, 3.3.68, 3.4.104, 4.1.20, 4.2.52, 4.3.80, 4.4.114, 5.1.25e, 5.2.59c, 5.3.ibc, 5.4.109k
Kennedy, J. Graeff & Co., restaurant, 1.3.bc, 1.4.72, 1.6.112
Keramic Decorative Art Studio, pottery, 1.10.227
Kilgarif & Beaver, insurance agents, 1.2.bc
Klich, M. antiquar, 1.1.15
Lane, John, publisher, 1.7.127, 1.7.128, 1.10.216, 4.3.83, 4.4.107, 4.4.117
La Zacualpa Rubber Plantation Co., investment opportunities, 1.2.30
Lippincott, J. P. & Company, publishers, 1.5.86, 3.3.67
Literary Collector Company, publishers, 3.1.16, 4.1.24
Little, Brown & Company, publishers, 1.1.10, 1.4.bc, 1.5.83, 1.6.103, 1.7.129, 1.8.139, 1.9.177, 1.10.214, 1.10.bc, 2.5.101, 2.6.127, 3.4.102, 4.4.115, 5.4.109j, 6.2.49e, 6.4.96a
Lothrop Publish Company, publishers, 2.2.39
Lundberg & Lee, jewelers, 1.1.12, 1.2.28, 1.4.68, 1.5.88, 1.6.107, 1.7.132, 1.8.156, 1.10.225
Macmillan Company, publishers, 1.6.106, 1.7.130
Mansfield, M. F., publisher, 1.8.153, 1.9.179, 1.10.218, 1.11.247, 1.12.272, 2.1.20
Marlier and Company, publishers, 2.2.39
Mauzy, Byron, pianos, 1.4.68, 1.5.88, 1.6.107, 1.7.132, 1.8.156, 1.9.182, 1.10.225, 1.11.251
McClure, Phillips & Co., publishers, 1.10.223, 4.2.51, 4.3.79, 4.4.113, 5.1.25g, 5.2.59g, 5.4.109h
McClurg, A. C. & Co., publishers, 3.2.48, 3.4.98, 4.2.53, 4.3.81, 4.4.115, 5.1.25f, 5.4.109i, 6.1.26h, 6.2.49d, 6.3.73b, 6.4.96j
Menchini, Mrs. A. B., fine art, 1.10.226, 1.11.250
Mosher, Thomas B., publisher, 1.2.ifc, 1.6.104, 1.8.140, 3.2.48, 4.1.25, 4.3.78, 4.4.112, 5.2.59d, 5.4.109e, 6.1.26e, 6.2.49b, 6.3.73e, 6.4.96g
Murdock, C. A. & Co., printer, 2.5.104
Ormand, J. A., Japanese art, 6.3.73c
Out West Company, publishers, 4.4.102
Oxford University Press, publishers, 2.1.19
Pacific Press Publishing Co., publishers, 1.5.84, 1.5.84, 1.6.104, 1.7.128, 1.8.154, 1.9.181, 1.10.212, 1.11.248, 1.12.272, 2.1.20, 2.2.38, 2.3.56, 2.4.74
Page, L. C. & Co., publishers, 5.3.83f, 5.4.109f, 6.1.26f, 6.4.96k
Palace Hardware Co., hardware, 1.4.67, 1.5.87, 1.6.108
Palmetto Press, publishers, 1.9.181
Paul Elder and Company, publishers, 4.2.29, 4.2.bc, 4.3.57, 4.3.76, 4.3.78, 4.3.bc, 4.4.85, 4.4.104, 4.4.105, 4.4.106, 4.4.118, 4.4.120, 4.4.ibc, 4.4.bc, 5.1.25a, 5.1.25h, 5.1.ibc, 5.1.bc, 5.2.59e-f, 5.2.59h, 5.2.ibc, 5.2.bc, 5.3.83a-d, 5.3.83j, 5.3.ibc, 5.3.bc, 5.4.109l, 5.4.bc, 6.1.26b-c, 6.1.ibc, 6.1.bc, 6.2.ibc, 6.2.bc, 6.3.73g, 6.3.bc, 6.4.96d, 6.4.96h, 6.4.96n, 6.4.bc
Penn Publishing Company, publishers, 4.1.22
Pierson, Arthur B., bookseller and stationer, 1.1.12, 2.5.104
Pott, James & Company, publishers, 1.10.217, 2.1.19, 3.4.98, 4.4.108
Printing Art, The, periodical, 5.1.25b
Putnam, G. P. & Sons, publishers, 1.4.64
Raven Publishing Company, publishers, 3.4.108
Revell, Fleming H. and Company, publishers, 2.3.ibc
Revell, Henry H. and Company, publishers, 2.5.101
Robertson, A. M., publisher and bookseller, 1.9.177, 4.1.21
Rossi P. & Co., art gallery, 1.1.bc, 1.7.bc, 2.5.108
Rubric, The, periodical, 3.2.47, 3.4.100
Russell, R. H., fine art, 2.6.125, 3.4.101, 4.2.50
Schussler Bros., art goods, 1.3.44, 1.4.70, 1.5.90, 1.6.110, 1.7.134, 1.8.158, 1.9.184, 1.10.228, 1.11.252, 1.12.ibc, 2.1.ibc, 2.2.ibc, 2.3.55, 2.4.78, 3.4.109, 4.1.21, 4.2.50
Scribner, Charles Sons, publishers, 1.7.126, 1.8.139, 1.9.176, 1.10.212, 2.1.18, 2.4.75, 2.6.124, 4.2.54, 5.2.59a-b, 5.4.109c-d
Sheridan’s Men & Women, periodical, 6.3.73a
Sierra Photo Engraving Company, photo engraving, 5.3.ibc
Sign of the Live Oak, publishers, 5.3.83g
Sing Fat & Co., Asian art, 1.2.30
Sloane, W & J & Co., furnishers, 1.1.ifc
Southern Pacific Company, railroad, 1.3.ibc, 1.4.72, 1.5.92, 1.6.112, 1.7.136, 1.8.160, 1.9.184, 1.10.228, 1.11.252, 1.12.276, 2.1.24, 2.2.40, 3.1.18, 3.2.43, 3.3.69, 3.4.105, 4.1.25, 4.2.ibc, 4.3.82, 4.4.116, 5.3.83e, 6.1.26d, 6.2.49a, 6.3.ibc, 6.4.ibc
Stanford Alumnus, periodical, 1.8.154
Stanley-Taylor Company, printers, 1.1.12, 1.2.28, 1.3.44, 1.4.70, 1.5.90, 1.6.110, 1.7.134, 1.8.158, 1.9.184, 1.10.228, 1.11.252, 1.12.ibc, 2.1.ibc, 2.2.38, 2.3.55, 2.4.80, 2.5.106, 2.6.130, 3.1.20-21, 3.2.44-45, 3.3.70-71, 3.4.106-107
Stokes, Frederick A. & Company, publishers, 1.4.62, 1.7.127, 1.8.158, 1.9.179, 5.4.109j
Sunset, periodical, 5.4.ibc
Sunset, printing and photo engraving, 1.11.251, 1.12.275, 2.4.80, 2.5.106, 2.6.130
Sutton, Albert, architect, 1.2.26
Swain’s, bakery, 1.10.ibc, 1.11.ibc, 1.12.ibc, 2.1.ibc, 2.2.ibc, 2.4.78
Thumler & Rutherford, bookbinders, 1.2.26, 1.3.46, 1.4.70, 1.5.90, 1.6.110, 1.7.134, 1.8.158, 1.9.183, 1.10.226, 1.11.248, 1.12.274, 2.1.22, 2.2.38, 2.3.54, 2.4.77, 2.5.107, 2.6.131, 3.1.22, 3.2.42, 3.3.68, 3.4.104, 4.1.20, 4.2.52, 4.3.80, 4.4.110
Tomoyé Press, printers, 4.2.55, 4.3.84, 4.4.119, 5.1.25i, 5.2.59i, 5.3.83k, 5.4.109m, 6.2.49g
Truslove, Hanson & Comba, publishers, 1.12.271, 2.5.103
Turner, Herbert B. & Company, publisher, 6.3.73c, 6.4.96h
Twentieth Century Press, printers, 3.1.22, 3.2.46, 3.3.72, 3.3.76, 3.4.112, 4.1.26
Union Photoengraving Company, photoengravers, 3.1.22, 3.2.46, 3.3.72, 3.4.108, 4.2.53, 4.3.81, 4.4.110
Unitarian Headquarters, publishers, 2.6.127
United Typewriter and Supplies Co., typewriters, 1.11.250, 1.12.274, 2.1.22
Vickery, W. K., paintings and pottery, 1.1.13, 1.2.29, 1.3.45, 1.4.71, 1.5.91
Wessels, A. and Company, publishers, 1.11.248, 3.4.103
Weiners, Godfrey A. S., publishers, 3.4.99, 4.2.56
Whim, The, periodical, 2.1.20
Whitaker & Ray Co., publishers, 1.3.48
Yamanashi, The, Asian antiques, 3.4.109, 4.1.21, 4.2.50
Ye Signe of ye Peacock, restaurant, 1.5.92, 1.7.136, 1.8.160, 1.9.ibc, 2.4.79, 2.5.105, 2.6.129
Zellerbach, A. & Sons, paper, 3.1.24, 3.2.46, 3.3.72, 3.4.108, 4.2.53, 4.3.81, 4.4.110, 5.1.25e, 5.2.59c, 5.3.83g, 5.4.109k, 6.1.ibc, 6.2.49e, 6.3.73c, 6.4.96h

 

Supplements

1.1 — Photograph, “A Suggestion in Mantel Decoration”
1.2 — Impression Leaflet #2, “My Symphony,” by William Henry Channing
1.3 — Impression Leaflet #1, “To Be Honest…” from The Christmas Sermon by Robert Louis Stevenson, and Impression Leaflet #3, “The Worldly Wisdom of Noureddin Ali,” from Arabian Nights. Photograph, example of a fine binding
1.4 — Painting, “Ramona and Father Salvierdera,” by Henry Sandham
1.5 — Impression Leaflet #5, “Impressions of an Optimist,” by Regina E. Wilson
1.6 — Leaflet, “The Foot-path to Peace,” by Henry van Dyke, and Catalogue from the Humboldt Library of Science and Sociology
1.7 — Impression Leaflet #6, “The Value of a Simply Good Life,” from The New Humanism by Edward Howard Griggs
1.8 — Impression Leaflet #7, “The Friendship of Books,” by Washington Irving
1.9 — Impression Leaflet #8, “Self-Dependence,” by Matthew Arnold
1.11 — Impression Leaflet #4, “He ate and drank the precious words,” by Emily Dickinson
1.12 — Photograph, “The Vatican Library”
2.1 — Photograph, “A Road Beneath Oaks”
2.2 — Leaflet, “The Value of a Friend,” by Robert Louis Stevenson
2.3 — Leaflet, “Success For Young Men,” by Charles A. Murdock
2.4 — Leaflet, “A Wise Dog Will Observe These Laws,” from Observations of Jay, A Dog, by Morgan Shepard, and the Impressions Book-mark
2.5 — Photograph, Edward Robeson Taylor by William Keith
2.6 — Leaflet, “Attainment,” by Edward Robeson Taylor
3.1 — Impressions Book-mark #2, “Baby Roland,” by George Hansen
3.2 — Leaflet, “With the Field Lark,” by Irene Hardy
3.3 — Leaflet, “Requiem,” by Robert Louis Stevenson
3.4 — Leaflet, “Parting,” by Gelett Burgess, and “Ye Olde Christmas Carol, The First Nowell,” designed by Harold M. Sichel
5.4 — Photograph, “Guiseppe Cadenasso,” from a photograph by W. E. Dassonville


Frontispieces

4.1 — (not seen)
4.2 — Broadside, “A Song of Books,” with quotes from William Ellery Channing, Theodore Parker, John Alfred Langford, and Isaac Barrow, 4.2.30
4.3 — “In the Heart of the Woods,” from the painting by William Keith, 4.3.58
4.4 — Broadside, “Without the door let sorrow lie,” by George Wither (but credited as “Old Song”), 4.4.86
5.1 — Impressions Broadside #10, “The best things are nearest,” by Robert Louis Stevenson, designed by W. S. Wright, 5.1.ii
5.2 — Impressions Broadside #5, “Climb the mountains and get their good tidings,” by John Muir, designed by W. S. Wright, 5.2.ii
5.3 — “Upland Pastures,” from the painting by William Keith, 5.3.ii
5.4 — “The Stevenson Fellowship,” a letter from Mata’afa Iosefo, and “El Capitan, Yosemite Valley,” from a photograph by W. E. Dassonville
6.1 — “The Word,” by Richard Realf, and “Submarine Study,” from the painting by Walter H. Pritchard
6.2 — “Triolet,” by Alice M. Robbins, and “Recipe for Game Pie,” by Isabel Goodhue
6.3 — “A Love Song,” by Mabel Vaughan, and “Summer Hills,” after the painting by Giuseppe Cadenasso
6.4 — “Rondel,” by Ruth Comfort Mitchell, and “White Birches,” from a painting by George L. Noyes

 

Anonymous humor spots

1.1 — 1.1.13, 1.1.15
1.2 — 1.2.29
1.3 — 1.3.45
1.4 — 1.4.71
1.5 — 1.5.91
1.6 — 1.6.109, 1.6.111
1.7 — 1.7.133, 1.7.135
1.8 — 1.8.159


Serialization of Impressions of Ukiyo-Ye, by Dora Amsden

Dora Amsden’s Impressions of Ukiyo-Ye (1905) first appeared in serial form in Impressions Quarterly. The text in the magazine appears to be exactly the same as the book.

  • “The Romance of Hokusai,” 3.3.51, became Chapter 5, “The Romance of Hokusai”
  • “Utamaro,” 3.4.75, became Chapter 4, “Utamaro”
  • “The Rise of Ukiyo-Ye,” 4.1.3, became Chapter 1, “The Rise of Ukiyo-Ye”
  • “Genroku,” 4.2.44, became Chapter 2, “Genroku”
  • “The Actor-Print Designers of Torii,” 4.3.66, became Chapter 3, “The School of Torii”
  • “Hiroshige,” 4.4.87, became Chapter 6, “Hiroshige”


Serialization of The Simple Home, by Charles Keeler

Charles Keeler’s The Simple Home (1904) first appeared in serial form in Impressions Quarterly. The text in the magazine is almost exactly the same as the book, with occasional editorial changes.

Some Keeler researchers point to the article “Society” on 5.3.80 and call this “the missing chapter,” proposing that this essay was originally intended for the book but deleted in editorial review. The chief evidence is page 5.3.ifc, which notes that “Society” is the “first paper containing ‘The Simple Home’ series.” In fact, a second essay entitled “Work” appears on 5.4.94 and is subtitled “Second Paper,” a clear link to “Society” in the previous issue. “Society” and “Work” are more similar to each other than either is to the text of The Simple Home, suggesting there might be two missing chapters. However, the counter-argument is the subhead for “The Garden” on page 5.1.12, published six months previously, reading “The concluding paper in the series on ‘The Simple Home.’” Your editor remains skeptical, and thinks further evidence is required to rule these as missing chapters.

  • “The Growth of the Home,” 4.1.17, became Chapter 1, “The Spirit of the Home”
  • “The Building of the Home,” 4.2.41 and 4.3.71, became Chapter 3, “The Building of the Home”
  • “The Furnishing of the Home,” 4.4.95, became Chapter 4, “The Furnishing of the Home”
  • “The Garden,” 5.1.12, became Chapter 2, “The Garden”