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Title: St. Nicholas
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Title: St. Nicholas
Uniform Title: St. Nicholas (New York, N.Y.)
Alternate Title: Saint Nicholas
Physical Description: 68 v. : ill. ; 25-30 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
Publisher: Scribner
Place of Publication: New York
Publication Date: -c1943
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Subject: Children's literature -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 67, no. 4 (Feb. 1940) ; v. 70, no. 1 (Mar. 1943)-v. 70, no. 4 (June 1943).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with: Vol. 1, no. 1, Nov. 1873.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Mar. 1940-Feb. 1943; vols. 68-69 omitted.
Issuing Body: Published by: Century, Aug. 1881- ; by Educational Pub. Corp. -1940; by St. Nicholas Magazine, 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 12 (Oct. 1875); title from cover.
General Note: Conducted by Mary Mapes Dodge.
Funding: Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
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NICHOLAS:


ILLUSTRATED


FOR


MAGAZINE


YOUNG FOLKS.


CONDUCTED BY
MARY MAPES DODGE.


VOLUME XIV.
PART II., MAY, 1887, TO OCTOBER, 1887.




THE CENTURY CO. NEW YORK.
T. FISHER UNWIN, LONDON.


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Copyright, 1887, by THE CENTURY CO.


THE DE VINNE PRESS.














ST. NICHOLAS:


VOLUME XIV.


PART II.
Six MONTHS-MAY, 1887, TO OCTOBER, 1887.












CONTENTS OF PART II. VOLUME XIV.




PAGE
ABOUT HUMMING-BIRDS. (Illustrated by J. M. Nugent) ................... Alrs. Homer H. Stuarlt ...... 868
AMATEUR CAMERA, THE. (Illustrated) ....... ......... ................. Alexander Black .......... 683
ANIMAL INVADERS. (Illustrated by J. C. Beard) .. ........ ........... Charles Frederick Holder ... 596
APRIL TO MAY. Poem. (Illustrated by George Foster Barnes) ............. Jane Ellis Joy .......... ... 495
AUGUST. Poem ......................................... ............ F rank Demips/er Scherm zan ... 728
BANKER AND BROKER, A......................... ............ ......... George J. Manuson .......... 627
BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG, THE. (Illustrated)...... .................. .. General /ldam Badcau..... 855
BEAD AND WIRE INLAYING. (Illustrated by the Author) ........... ....... Charles G. Lceand .. ...... 706
BED-TIME SONG, A. Poem ................ ........ .. .......... Lilian Dynevor Rice ........ 515
BETTY'S SUNDAY. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) .......................... A. A. J. I. ............... 672
BIG MONOPOLY, A. Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by R. B. Birch)......T. Jackson ................ 658
BIRDS AND BOYS. Poem ............... ...................ary dy.............ay Bradle........ 511
BOYHOOD OF JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER, THE. (Illustrated) ............ William H. Rideing........ 933
BOYHOOD OF OLIVER WENDELL HOI.MES, THE. (Illustrated) .............. William IH. Rideing........ 724
BOYHOOD OF WILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS, THE. (Illustrated) ............... William AH. Rideing ........ 817
BOY'S IDEA OF TRAVEL, A. Verses. (Illustrated) ........................ Henry Tyrrell ............. 820
BRANT, THE. (Illustrated by the Author) .................. ............... Fanny E. Giford .......... 769
BRINGING BROTHER JOHN HOME TO His DINNER. Picture, drawn by A. Brennan .................... 916
BROWNIES AND THE BEES, THE. Verses. (Illustrated by the Author)......Palmer Cox................ 624
BROWNIES AT ARCHERY, THE. Verses. (Illustrated by the Author) .......Palmer Cox. ............... 865
BROWNIES CANOEING, THE. Verses. (Illustrated by the Author) ......... Palmer Cox................ 549
BROWNIES FISHING, THE. Verses. (Illustrated by the Author)............ Palmer Cox................ 789
BROWNIES' FOURTH OF JULY, THE. Verses. (Illustrated by the Author).. .Palmer Cox ............... 700
CALLING THEM UP. Poem. ............................................ Geoge Cooper ............. 599
CATARINA OF VENICE. (Illustrated by Robert Blum and others) ............ E. S. Brooks ............... 483
CHANCELLORSVILLE. (" A Great Battle in a Forest").................... General Adam Badeau ...... 770
CHEYNE HOSPITAL, THE..... ........... .............................. ..Mrs. ACltharine S. IMacQuoid 635
CHILD-PRINCESS CHARLOTTE, THE. (Illustrated by D. Clinton Peters) ......Ellen iM. lutchinson....... 600
CHILDREN HAVE GONE TO LUNCH, THE. Picture, drawn by Alfred Brennan .......................... 782
CHILD-SKETCHES FROM GEORGE EI.IOT-I ................................. Julia Mlagr/n der. .......... 530
M iddlemarch .....................
CHRISTINA OF SWEDEN. (Illustrated by Robert Blum) .................... E. S. Brooks .............. 846
CHRIST'S HOSPITAL; OR, "THE BLUE-COAT SCHOOL." (Illustrated by Elizabell Robins Pennell.... 836
Joseph Pennell and others) ..................................... .
CUPID AND THE MIUTINEERS ........................... .............. ..Marry J. Safford ............ 931
DANDIE. Poem..................................................... .MAary Bradley ............. 547
DANTE AND THE YOUNG FLORENTINE. Poem. (Illustrated) .............. Cavazza ............... 813
DEADLY FEUD, A. Verses. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ................ Isabel Frances Bellows ...... 709
DECORATIVE TABLET. Picture, drawn by C. R. Loomis .............................................. 583
DOG THAT HELD A GRUDGE, A ....................................... E. P. Roe .................. 547
DOG STORIES, ST. NICHOLAS ......................................................... ........... 543
DOLLS' HOSPITALS. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake and others) ............... Iope Howard. .............. 523
ELIZABETH'S CONCERT. (Illustrated) .................................... .Robina S. .mit/h ........... 578
FAIR WEATHER. Verses. (Illustrated by the Author) ......... ........... i. .Martha Day Fenner ........ 500
FAIRY GOID. Poem ............. .... ................ ............... elen Gray Cone ........... 854
FANCY-DRESS BALL, THE. Verses. (Illustrated) ......... ... .......... .Joel Stacy ................. 494
FIDDLE-JOHN'S FAMILY. (Illustrated by George Wharton Edwards)......... Hjl/nar Hjorth Boyesen ... 643
756,827, 922
FIGUREHEAD OF THE JAMES STARBUCK, THE. (Illustrated by the Author) George TlWharton Edwards... 742
FIRST PAPER CANOE, THE. (Illustrated by diagrams) ...................... B. E ..................... 874







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FOUR-IN-HAND THROUGH ORCHARD STREET. Picture, drawn by Alfred Brennan ....................... 728
FOURTH OF JULY RECORD. A. Verses. ....... ...... ............ .. Lilian Dvnevor Rice ...... 683
FRIEND IN NEED, A. (Illustrated) ................... .................. B. S. E. .................. 545
GENER AL GRANT AT VICKSBURG. (Illustrated) ....................... .General Adlramt Badeau ...... 939
GENUINE MOTHER GOOSE, A. Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by A. Brennan) .......... ....... 516
GETTYSBURG, THE BATTLE OF. (Illustrated) .... ................. ... .. General Adam Baidean' ...... 855
GRACE AND BETSEY. Poem. (Illustrated from a photograph)....... ..... Clara n Ki rchofr ......... 950
GREAT BATTLE IN A FOREST, A. (Illustrated by W. L. Sheppard) ..... .....Geeral Adam Baaeaou ..... 770
GUNPOWDER PLOT, A. (Illustrated by E. W. Kemble) ........... ....Jessie C. Glasier ... ...... 664
HIGHWAYMAN, THE. Verses. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ......... ..... Allen G. Bigelow ...... 740
HISTORIC GIRLS. (Illustrated by Robert Blum and others). ....... ........... S. Brooks .... .. 483, 846
C atarina of V enice ..... ........... ................. ................ .. ...... .... . 483
Christina of Sweden .................. .................................... ...... ......... 846
HOLMES, THE BOYHOOD OF OLIVER WENDELL. (Illustrated) .... .. /i William II. ,'iu.,... .... 724
HOWELLS, THE BOYHOOD OF WILLIAM DEAN. (Illustrated) .............. William H. lRideing ....... 817
How POOR Puss WAS RESCUED. (Illustrated by F. Bellew, Jr.) ........... .Florence H. Smitl/ ......... 703
How SOSIE ANIMALS BECOME EXTIN'crT. (Illustrated by J. M. Nugent) ... .Charles Frederick Holder.... 760
HUGE HIPPOCAMP, THE. Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by R. B. Birch) .Isabel Frances Bellows ...... 511
IDAHO PICNIC, AN. (Illustrated by the Author) ..... ..................... A.ary Hallock Foote.. .... 729
IN BLACKBE.RRY SEASON. Picture, drawn by C. F. Siedl ......................................... 749
INDIAN TRAIL, THE. Poem .................. ......................... RosAiter Johnson ... ....... 901
IN ENGLISH COUNTRY. (Illustrated by Alfred Parsons and Harry Fenn) ..... ..Frank R. Stockton .......... 648
INFORMED. Jingle. (Illustrated by Mary A. Lathbury). ..... ......... M. M. L................ 759
INTERESTING EXPERIMENT, AN. (Illustrated)...................... ....S ... ......... 556
INVITATION TO ECHO. Poem. (Illustrated by the Frontispiece) ... ......... Edith / Thiomas .... ... 723
IVY SPRAY, AN. (Illustrated by Albert E. Sterner) ... .................... Louisa l Alcotl ........... 883
JANIE'S RAINBOW. Verses .................. ........... .......... Sus:n P. Swoope .......... 623
JAPANESE BABY AND HIS PETS, A. Picture, drawn by J. C. Beard ...... .... .... .... 798
JAPANESE DOLLS, THE. Verses. (Illustrated by Albertine Randall) ....... CC/ira G. Dollicr. ........ 704
JENNY'S BOARDING-HOUSE. (Illustrated by W. A. Rogers) ................ .James Otis .... .......... 496
612, 692, 783
JINGLES ................................ 500, 511, 516, 577, 611, 658, 662, 671, 691, 717, 759, 854, 870, 871, 938
JOURNALIST, A........................ ... ...... ....... ........ Gorge J. Manson .......... 747
JUAN AND JUANITA. (Illustrated by Henry Sandham). .................... .Frances Coaur/enay Baylor ... 489
584, 677, 763, 821, 896
JUBILEE CAKE. (Illustrated by J. M. Nugent) ............. .............Alice Wellingtonz Raollins... 893
JULY. Poem. (Illustrative initial).................. ........... ....... .Frank Denpser. Sherman. .. 647
JUNE. Poem. (Illustrative initial)............... ........................ .Frlank DempsterSherman.. 563
KATY-DID- KATY-DID N'T. Poem .................. ............. .. ...May E. Wilkins ....... 663
KIND SNAIL, THE. Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by R. B. Birch) ..... .Isabel Frances Bellows ...... 691
KING-BEAN GAME, THE. (Illustrated by the Author) ..... ...... ... .Frank Belle .... ........ .708
KING LONDON. (Illustrated) ................ ....... ... .... ....... Frank R. Stoc/klon. ........ 564
LAST SWATH, THE. Picture, drawn by Alfred Brennan ... ......... ....... ....................... 835
LEARNING TO READ. Verses. (Illustrated) .......... .... .... ..... leford... ........... 870
LINDIE'S PORTRAIT. (Illustrated by Frank Day) .......................... Rose Iawthoirne Lathro. 512
Low COUNTRIES AND THE RHINE, THE. (Illustrated from photographs)... .. Frank le. Stockton. ......... 902
MARIGOLD. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott) .. .................. .... .Nora Perry ........ .... ..777
MAY. Poem .......................................................... Frank Dempster; S/herman... 488
MER-LADS AT PLAY. Picture, drawn by C. Varian.......... .......................... ...... 746
MIDDLEMARCH. (Illustrative head-piece by Harry Fenn) ................... Julia Magr-nder. ......... .. 530
Miss ILYWHITE'S PARTY. Verses................... ........ ....... ... George Cooper. .......... ..677
MR. DREAM-MAKER. Poem ................... .................... ... Samuel Mintiumi P'ec. ....... 741
" MY BARK IS ON THE SEA."' Picture...... ................................... .. .. .. .... 548
MY DOG. Poem .............................. .....................Bessie ill....... ........ 938
MY LADY FAIR. Verses. (Illustrated by the Author) ................... Martha Day Fenner ........ 671
NANTUCKET SINKS. (Illustrated by the Author) ............. ......... .D. Coff i................ 794
NORTHERLY. Jingle. (Illustrated by Mary Hallock Foote) ...... .......... M. M. D................ 938







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OCTOBER. Poem ... .. .
OLD SEA BEACH, AN....... . .. ....
OLE MAIMMY PRISSY. (Illustrated by E. W. Kenlm
ONLY DAUGHTHER, AN. (Illustrated by Jessie M'c
PERSONALLY CONDUCTEI). (Illustrated) .........


. .. .. ......... ..... rankk Dnempstlr .Sherman
. .. ...... ........... .S. L. i1 )a- ... ...... ...
ble) ..... ........... Jessie C. (G asir ....
iermott) ............. . Nora /P ......
...... .. ...... 'ranZ A'. Slockton .... ..


King London .. ................... ......
In English Country ............ .. ..
Low Countries and the Rhine, The .. ... ......... .. .................. .. ..
PHOTOGRAPHY : THE AMATEUR CAMERA. (Illustrated) ............ ......Alexander Black .... ..
PICT'RiEs .......... ...... ......... 515, 548, 555, 583, 728, 746, 749, 782, 798, 816, 835, 875,
PLOWMAN OF THE VOLGA PLAINS, THE. Poem ... .......... .. ....... H enry 7Yyrrli .........
POOR MARIONETTE. Poem. (Illustrated by George Wharton Edwards).....1. A. D............
POSITIVE ENGAGEMENT, A. Verses ........................... ...... Ilry L. B. Branlc ....
PRIVATE VIEW, A. Picture, dawn by Culmer Barnes .......... ... ........
PUPIL OF CIMAIIUE, THE. Poem.......... .. .. ... .. ..... ....... E. Cava a .... ....
RAINY MAY DAY IN CENTRAL PARK, A. (Illustrated by Jessie Curtis A ice- Rollins
Shepherd) ..... ..................... .............. .......


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S916
501
... 564
48, 846
... 564
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S902
683
1i6, 958
663
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555
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READY lFOR1 BUSINESS .............. ..... ....... .. ... ... ...George J. lfanson ...... .. 627
747, 851, 947
A Banker and Broker.............................. ....................6............. ..... 627
A Journalist .... ................... .......... ......... ..... ............... .... .. .. 747
A Sea-C aptaii ................... .... ... ..... . ........... .. ... .. ......... 851
A Retail Dry-Goods Merchant............................................................... 947
READY TO SPRING. Picture ............................ ........ ...... .... ... ........... 515
REAL MOTI-HER. GOOSE RHYME, A. Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by A. Brennan) ................... 871
REASON WH'Y, THE. Poem. (Illustrated by A. Brennan) ................ Geore Cooper .............. 588
REPORT CONCERNING THE KING'S MOVE PUZZLE" ..... .............. ................... 558, 638, 718
RETAIL 1RY-GOOI)s ME.NRCHAN, A ...... ........... ............... Geor-e J. .lanson ...... .. 947
RImDL.E, A. Verses. (Illustrated by Lizbeth B. Comins). ...............Lucy Coaiins............. 854
ROS-ES RlED. Song. (Illustrated by Laura C. Hills) ........... ......... ..Eliabeth Gould .... 630
SEA-E ACH OF TO-DAY, A. Picture, drawn by C. L. Vogt ................. .. .......... 816
SEA-CAPTAIX, A. (Illustrated) ........... ........ ..... .... .. Geoi'e Jl. anson..... .... 851
SEPTEMBINER. Poem ......................... ...................... Fank DempsterS/l ernan .. 827
SHENRIDAN IN THE V.ALLEY. (Illustrated by Theodore R. Davis) ...General Adam Badran ...... 604
SHIE RMAN' MARCH TO THE SEA. (Illustrated by Theodore R. Davis and others). General Adam iadeau ... 533
SIORTENING lTHE BAI\'. Verses. ............ ........... ................ A. Eashooad ............576
SOME POLYTE DOGS ....... ............ ... .. .. .... Cela Thaxler .... .. 543
SONG oF rTH B1EE, THE. Poem. (Illustrated) ............................ yNancy Aelson 1'endl/con .... 845
SONG OF THE MOSQUITO, THFE. Verses ... .... .... ...... ..... ...... Grae )enio Litc/fild ... 604
SPRING SONG. Decorative Tablet, drawn by C. R. Loomis .... .... .. ......... .. .. .... 583
ST. NICHOLAS DOG STORIES. (Illustrated) .... ...... ........................... .. .. .. 543. 930
Some Polite Dog. .................... ............................ Celia Thafer. ..... ... 543
A Friend in Need ................ ...... ....... .... ........ : 545
Twinkle ........... ............ ... .. ........... Los ......... Lois Saja. .......... 546
Dandie. loem .. ............ .......... .......... ........ Bra.dl/ .... ... ... 547
A Dog that Held a Grudge ............................. ........ E. P. c .... .... 547
STORY OF A LOST DOG, THE. (Illustrated) .... ..................... Edith EAvely.n ..... 620
STRANGE DOINGS OF THEi KIWI, THE. (Illustrated by J. M. Nugent) .. Jo/ni 1e. Coye/. /...... ..... 929
SUMAMER LULLABY, A. Poem .... .................. ............. .A'.ora S. Buioislad. ..... 755
SUNFLOWER CHORUS, TH ...... ...... .. ..... '. Edwin .Sanle' 7Thompson .. 950
"THE BLACK AND WHITiE JUMP'ERS." Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed E Slns ........ 611
by G. R. H alm ) .... .. .. ....... ..... .
THERE, WAS A SMALL BOY OF WOONSOCKET." Jingle. (Illustrated and / j. aint r a ideoif,./? 717
engrossed by R. B. Birch) ... .......... ....
"THERE WAS ONCE AN ABSURD ALLIGATOR." Jingle. (Illustrated and isabc!/rancs Be//ows 577
engrossed by R. B. Birch) ........ ... .......


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"THERE WERE THREE BOYS OF GLENDALE." Jingle.. (Illustrated by Frank Russell Green ... 662
the Author).. ....... .................. .................
THE THISTLE WINS THE RACE. Picture, drawn by Alfred Brennan ...... ........................... 875
TIB TYLER'S BEAUTIFUL MOTHER. (Illustrated by Mary Hallock Foote Aa Pery .... ............ 803
and Albert E. Sterner)......... ... ..................... ..
TWINKLE........................... ...... ........... ....... .... Louis Sajat......... ...... 546
UNEXPECTED ENGAGEMENT, AN. Picture, drawn by Walter Bobbett .............. ...... ........... 958
VICKSBURG, GENERAL GRANT AT. (Illustrated)...... ............ ... ... General Adam Badea ..... 939
WANTED, A MAP. Verses ............. ............... ............ Ma;y E. Wilkins .......... 501
WAR STORIES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. (Illustrated by Theodore R. Davis, General da Badeau ...... 533
W. L. Sheppard, E. W. Kemble, and others) ............. .... .. . 3
604, 770, 855, 939
Sherman's March to the Sea ............. .................. ....................... ........ 533
Sheridan in the Valley ...... ......... ................................... .................. 604
A Great Battle in a Forest .. ....................... ........ .................. .......... 770
T he B attle of G ettysburg ........................ ........ ............ .. .... ........... 855
General Grant at Vicksburg ......... ........... .................. ............ ........... 939
WAY TO FAIRYLAND, THE. Poem ...................... ........... Nora Per'ry................. 915
WHAT MOTHER SAYS. Verses. (Illustrated by the Author) ................ Lizbeth B. Comins ......... 810
WHISTLER, THE. (Illustrated by the Author) .. ..... ...... .... .. .. Fanny E. Gifrd .......... .. 812
WHITTIER, THE BOYHOOD OF JOHN GREENLEAF. (Illustrated) ............ William H. Rideing ........ 933
WVINNING A COMMISSION. (Illustrated by H. A. Ogden) ................. George I. Putnam .......... 517
589, 659, 75)
WORK AND PLAY. Poem. (Illustrated by Margaret Vandegrift) .............................. ..... 949

DEPARTMENTS.
FOR VERY LITTLE FOLK. (Illustrated.)
Rather Crowded ................................. ................. .Mabelle Charlton Phillips ... 631
A Making-up................. ..................................... Anna Mn. Pratt ............. 710
Silly Miss Unicorn. ... ............................................ P. Babcock ....... ..... 711
How Buzz Took a Ride ................. ... ......... ............ Juniati a '. .. ....... 952
PLAYS AND MUSIC.
Roses Red. (Illustrated by Laura C. Hills).......... Words by Eizarreti L. cGoo ...... 630
Music by Ilarriet G. Mecli_1iore
JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT. (Illustrated.)
Introduction- A Queer Bill -True Philosophy Tit-for-Tat- The First Watch- A Wonderful Monogram
(illustrated), 552; Introduction-A Clever Dog-Those Natural History Questions-Another Tiger Pet-
Snowing in a Ball-room-Another Animal Barometer-More Queer Names for Things-About Some Eng-
lish Squirrels-Toe Counters-Where is that Party, Now? (illustrated)-A Snake Story, 632; Introduc-
tion Hurrah for the Red, White, and Blue- Fables-- An Old Weather Sign-- A Vacation Movement
(illustrated)-- How do Quails Hide ? -But Before That-Is it a Misfit? (illustrated) A Query, 712;
Introduction Natural Ice Cream A Clever Oriole A Humble Worker- Do Mosquitoes Kill Trout ?-
What Is It? Some Long-lived Fish-A Snail's Pace An Indignation Meeting (illustrated), 792; Intro-
duction-Life in the Polar Regions--Warm Weather--Have Snakes Power to Charm?--A Touch of
Nature Lightning Holes (illustrated), 872; Introduction A Ballad of the Rain Picadillies Who is
the Mischief-maker ? A Rhyme about Swimming A Little Girl's Opinion of Him A Peppery Paper-
Eater Change is not Destruction Four-eyed and No-eyed Fish (illustrated), 954.
THE LETTER-BOX. (Illustrated) .... ........ ........................ ..... 554, 636, 714, 795, 876, 956
THE RIDDLE-BOX. (Illustrated) .............................................. 559, 639, 719, 799, 879, 959
EDITORIAL NOTES ............... .... ................ ................................... 634, 714
FRONTISPIECES.
Catarina of Venice, the Daughter of the Republic," by Robert Blum, facing Title-page of Volume A Day
Dream," by Frank Russell Green, facing page 563-" Fiddle-John and the Children," by George Wharton
Edwards, facing page 643-" Ech-O by Mary Hallock Foote, facing page 723-" Tib Tyler Helps her
Little Friend," by Mary Hallock Foote, facing page 803-"The Artist Came Often to the Sittings in that
Quiet Room," drawn by Albert E. Sterner, facing page 883.












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