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LIBRARY JOURNAL, v. 20. JAN.-DEC., 1895.

The colon after an initial of a given name means that it is the most common name beginning with that initial,
e.g., A: means Augustus; B: Benjamin; C: Charles; D: David; E: Edward; F: Frederick; G: George; H: Henry;
I: Isaac; J: John; K: Karl; L: Louis; M: Mark; N: Nicholas; O: Otto; P: Peter; R: Richard; S: Samuel; T:
Thomas; V: Victor; W: William; C.. Charlotte; E.. Elizabeth; F.. Fanny; G.. Grace; H.. Helen; J.. Jane; K..
Katharine, Kate; L.. Louisa; M.. Mary; S.. Sarah; V.. Victoria.

The index to Pseudonyms and Anonyms follows this.

Abbott, S: A. B., retirement from
Bost. P. L., 197–198, 221.
Abbott Memorial L., Dexter, Me.,
presentation of, 59; dedicated July
2, description of bldg., 285.
Abell, Mrs. M. E., C100.
Aberdeen (Scotl.) P. L., 102.
Aberdeen (Scotl.) Univ. L., scheme
of subject cataloging, 140.
Abnormal man, bibl. of (McDonald),


Abnormal woman, bibl. of (Mc-
Donald), 328.

Access to shelves (Brown), 9-12; in
Clerkenwell (Eng.) P. L. (Brown),
51-54, 138-139; results of, in Minne-
apolis P. L., 60-61, 218; in Newark
P. L., 61; in Bournemouth (Eng)
P. L., 103; dicussion on (Central
Cal. L. A.), 177; in Millicent L., Fair-
haven, Mass., 216; in Boston P. L.,
249; in Manchester (N. H.) City L.,
250; Springfield (O.) P. L., 253; in
Long Island Hist. L. (Tuttle), 392.
Adams, Amos F., gift of lib. to
Chelmsford, Mass, 216.
Adams, Emma Louise. Work ac-
complished by State L. organiza-
tions, 380-381; Treas. N. J. L.
Assoc., 390.
Adams (Mass.) P. L., new building
for, 57:
Adaptation of libraries to local needs
(Peck), 21, 45-48.
Adler, Dr. Cyrus, vice-pres. Wash.
L. Assoc., 26.

Advertising a library (Dana), 88.
Aeronautics, bibl. of (Means), 105;
(Kühl), 256.

Agriculture, list of books on (Lan-
caster Town L.), 35.

Aguilar F. L., N. Y. City, 100; fiction
list, 104; list of biography, 186; re-
moval of branch, 219.

Ahern, M.. E., removal, 3, 66; Pres.
Indiana L. Assoc., 25, C100.
Alameda (Cal.) P. L., access to shelves
at, 177:

Albion (N. Y.) P. L., 28.
Albright Memorial L., see Scranton
(Pa.) P. L.

Allan, Blanche A., resigned from
Omaha P. L., 406.

Allan, Jessie, 34; 1st vice-pres. Ne-
braska L. Assoc., 211; death of, 338;
obituary, 361.
Allen, C: Dexter, American book-
plates, 36.
Allen, Letitia S., Croo.
Alsace, manuscrits allemands de la
Bibl. Nationale relatifs à l'histoire
de l'Alsace (Pfister), 106.
Amer. L. Assoc., Denver conference,
30, 89, 206-207, 211, 234; final an-

nouncement, 245; international con-
ference of A. L. A. and L. A. U. K.,
175; badge, 207; 17th conference,
transactions of executive board
(Elmendorf), 311-320: 18th confer-
ence, Cleveland (O.), 387-389; officers
and organization for 1895, 96, 373,
387, 389; European post-conference
trip, circular of, 389; executive
board, 389; conference at Cleve-
land, 1896, 387; Denver confer-
ence, Pres. Utley's address, Cr;
Sec. annual rpt., not prepared,
owing to illness of Frank P. Hill,
C47; Treas. rpt., C48-49; necrology,
49-51; rpt. trustees of Endowment
fund, C51; rpt. of Finance comm.,
C52, 83; rpt. of Public documents
comm., C53; memorial of W. F.
Poole, comm. app., C54; withdrawal
of Dr. Reuben A. Guild, C55; rpt. of
comm. on Foreign docs (Thwaites),
C55-57; invitation to Atlanta, C55;
rpt. of Co-operation comm., 58;
rpt. of comm. on Library schools
and training classes, C61; rpt. of
comm. on Index to subject-head-
ings (193 p.), C63; postponement of
Thursday morning session, C73;
roll call at 3d session, C66; letter
from Dr. Ames on Public Docu-
ments, 78-79; greetings to Amer.
Pharmaceutical Assoc., C79; bal-
loting for officers, C79; rpt. of
comm. on place of next meeting,
C80-83; question box, C83, 84; elec-
tion of officers, 83; amendment of
constitution relating to elections,
C84; substitutes for Section 9 (elec.
tion), Section 10 (executive board),
C84; discussion, 84, 85-87; endorses
recommendation of Royal Society
for indexing, C87; Brett's scheme
presented, C87; motion to adopt
amendment to constitution, C88;
discussion, C88-90; comm. on Dr.
Poole memorial, C91; rpt. special
comm. Atlanta Exposition, C91;
comm. on resolutions, vote of
thanks, C91; social and travel feat-
ures, C92; post conference trips,
C95-100; attendance register and
summaries, C100-103.
Amer. L. Assoc. bibliography (Silli-
man), 124.
Amer. L. Assoc. catalog, supplement
to, 176; post-conference excursion
(Hazeltine, Oakley, Winser), C97-98.
Amer. Lib. Assoc. Publishing Sec-
tion, list of books for girls and
women (Leypoldt, Iles), 282, 327,
363; prompt publication of A. L. A.
Manual, papers of Chicago confer-
ence, 288; list of subject-headings

for dict. catalog, C63; (Jones, Cut-
ter), 374; rpt. on suppl. to A. L. A.
cat, not presented, will lie over, C67;
verbal presentation of matter of
General cat. of Amer. lit. periodi-
cals (Nelson), C67; letter from G:
Iles contributing $250 for adv. list
of books for girls and women, 77;
rpt., C91.

Am. L. Assoc. State L. Section, cir-
cular issued by, 89-91.
Amer. Med. Assoc., Dr. G: E. Wire
elected libr., 255.

Ames, J: G., 43; index of government
publications, 1889-93, 3, 26; special
rpt. on government documents, 26-
27; rpt. regarding public documents,
56-57; removal, 113-114, 197; letter
from, C78.
Amherst summer school, 175, 320.
Amphioxus, bibl. of (Willey), 68.
Amsterdam (N. Y.) L. made free to
public Sept. 1, 321.
Amsterdam (N. Y.) L. A. (4th rpt.)
How shall funds be increased? 399.
Anatomy, Bibliographie anatomique,

Anderson, Mrs., gift of lot to Green-
wich, Ct., 103; foundations laid, de-
scription of, 289.
Anderson, Edwin Hatfield, Croo;
libn. Carnegie L., Pittsburgh, 139,
385; acting treas. A. L. A., 389.
Anderson, Mrs. Frances P., C100.
Andrews, Clement W., technical col-
lections in libs., 6-9, 24; libn. Crerar
L., Chicago, 139, 185; gen. libn.
Mass. Institute of Technology, ad-
vice on collection of trade catalogs
in Providence (R. I.) P. L., 252;
international bibl. of scientific lit.,

Annual American Catalogue, 1894,

Annual literary index, 1894 (Fletcher,
Bowker) 106, (Cole) 198, (Fletcher)
198; titles wanted for (Fletcher),


Anonymous assistant (One who
isn't), 241-242; Why anonymous
(One who has been there), 266.
Anonyms and pseudonyms (dep.), 68,
142, 224, 256, 292, 408.
Ansonia, Ct., closing of memorial
lib. given by Miss Stokes, 44, 57-58.
Apprentices' L., Phila., 75th anniver-

sary, 219.

Arbor-day, reading-list on (Newark
P. L.), 187.
Architecture, catalogs of books on
(Bost. P. L.), 35; catalog of Avery
collection in printer's hands, 393.
Arctic regions, reading-list (Salem
P. L.), 291

The index to Pseudonyms and Anonyms follows this.
nett Square, Pa., incorporation, 6o;
corner stone laid, 401.
Bayonne (N. J.) F. P. L., two-book
system at, 169; finding-list, 222.
Bazeley, Rev. W., bibl. of Gloucester-
shire, 67.

Beardsley, Dr. A. S., vice-pres. Ct.
L. Assoc., 92.

Beatty, Ja. A., 2d vice-pres. Nebraska
L. Ássoc., 211.
Beckstein, Prof., University of Ros-
tock. Library of 15,000 v. purchased
by University of Pa. L., 324.
Beer, W:, comm. on co-op. Á. L. A.,

Belfast (Irel.) F. P. L., 33.
Belfast (Me.) F. L., 178.
Belgium, bibl. of, 224.
Beloit (Wis.) P. L., 28.
Benedict, Laura E. W., Croo.
Beraldi, H., Reliure du 19 siècle, pt.
1, 36.

Berry, S. H., asst. sec. A. L. A., 389.
Bevan, Wilson Lloyd, bibl. of Sir W:
Petty, 67.

Armenia, reading-list on (Providence
P. L. bulletin), 187; bibl. of (Greene),

Armour Institute L., Chicago home
libs., 180; (Wickersham), 276; rpt. of
training class, A. L. A. comm., C62.
Arnold, Edwin C., libn. Taunton
(Mass.) P. L., resigned, 326.
Art, reading-list (Waltham, Mass.,
P. L.), 256; literature of fine art
(Sturgis), 408.

Art decoration in P. Ls, (H. Carring-
ton Bolton), 386.

Art education, aid of libs. in (Carter),


Asheville (N. C.) L. A., 58.
Asia. See Chinese Central Asia.
Astor L., N. Y., 31, 135-136; proposed
consolidation with Lenox L. and
Tilden Trust, 75, 84-85, 114, 125-126;
(N. Y. L. Club discussion), 129, 204;
history of (Saunders), in prepara-
tion, 326.
Atkinson, G: Francis, bibl. of biology
of ferns, 67.
Atkinson, J; D., libn. Seattle (Wash.)
P. L., resigned, 326.
Atlanta, Ga., Library exhibit, 265, 301,
338; Congress of libns., 348, 373, 386;
program of congress, 386.
Auburn (Me.) P. L., 28.
Austin, Daisy, asst. libn. Los Angeles
(Cal.) P. L., 186.

Austin, Willard H:, combination order
and shelf-list slip, 49-50.
Authors' rights, Autor- und Verlags-
recht im Alterthum (Dziatzko), 36.
Autotype reproduction of Greek,
Latín, and other manuscripts, 87, 88,

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servitude in Va., 364.
Ballingall, P: G., bequests to Ottum-
wa (la.) L. Assoc., 65.

Ballou, Maturin M., list of books on
Waltham (Mass.) P. L., 256.
Bancroft L., San Francisco (Peat-
field), 137.
Banking, Canadian, bibl. of (Brecken-
ridge), 188.

Banks, Mrs. Martha H. G. (N. Y. S.
L. S.), engaged to classify Spring-
field (Mass.) City L., 326.
Barbou, Les (printers, 1524-1566), bibl.
of, Ducourtieux, 408.
Bardwell, Willis A., vice-pres. N. Y.
L. Club, 213.

Barger, Thomas, superannuation al-
lowance, 362.

Barnett, Claribel R., head cataloger
lib. of Dept. of Agriculture, Wash-
ington, 221; pasting book-plates,
(practical notes), 361.
Barrett, J. A., sec. Nebraska L.
Assoc., 211.

Barrows, B: H., elected libn. Omaha
(Neb.) C. L., 362.

Bartlett, L.. L., vice-pres. Vt. L.
Assoc, 23; on Vt. State L. Commis-
sion, 55.
Batchellor, Hon. A. S., corres. sec.
N. H. L. Assoc., 55.
Bates, Dr. Mary Parker, C100.
Battersea (Eng.) P. Ls. 8th rpt., 325.
Battle Creek (Mich.) P. S. L., ad-
ditions, 356.
Bayard Taylor Memorial Assoc., Ken-

Bibles, Gutenberg (Delisle), 36.
Bibliografy (dept.), 36, 67, 106, 141, 188,
223, 256, 292, 328, 364, 407. Local
bibl. (Mich. P. L.) (Finney), 354.
Bibliographers, Conference of, in Lon-
don, 1896, C66.
Bibliographia Zoologica (Field), C29.
Bibliographical Conference at Brus-
sels, 337, 346.
Bibliography, International, of scien-
tific lit. (Andrews), C25.
Bibliothèque de la Compagnie de
Jésus, bibl. et histoire (de Bocker
etc.), 292.

Bibliothèque de la Sociéte des Ingé-
nieurs civils de France. Catalogue,
V. 2, 292.
Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, manu-
scrits allemands de la Bibl. Nation-
ale relatifs à l'histoire de l'Alsace
(Pfister), 106; notes sur les manu-
scrits grecs palimpsestes (Jacob),
328; manuscrits arabes, 364.
Bicknell, P. F., college lib, and col-
lege paper, 387.
Bierstadt, E: H., bibl. of J: G. Whit-
tier, 188.

Bierstadt, O. A., catalog of lib. of
Robert Hoe, 36, 283.
Bigelow, F. B., acting libn. N. Y.
Soc. L., 185, Croo.

Bill, Hon. F., gift to Bill L., Groton,
Ct., 104.
Bill L., Groton, Ct., gift to, 104.
Billings, John S., M.D., Index catalog
of Library of Surgeon-Gen. Office
(review by G: E. Wire), 394-395.
Binding. Reliure du 19 siècle (Be-
raldi), 36, 328; descriptive pamphlet
on (Slater Memorial Museum), 106;
Rose d'or, auberge d'ouvriers re-
lieurs (Gruel), 188; Rudolph book-
binding, 221; notes on (Nation), 280.
Birds. See Ornithology.
Birmingham (Eng.) F. Ls., 184.
Birmingham (Eng.), L. rpt., Electric
lighting, 254.

Bisbee, Marvin D., bibl. of Dartmouth
College and Hanover, N. H., 106.
Bishop, Frances A., Croo.
Bishop, Fannie, asst. libn. Kansas
City (Mo.) P. L., 104.
Bismarck, Prince, ref, list on (Provi-
dence P. L.), 223; bibl. of German
books on (Schulze-Koller), 292.
Björnstjerne, Björnson, bibl. (Carpen-
ter) in Bookman Aug.-Sept., 328.
Blackstone Memorial L., Branford,
Ct., Arthur W. Tyler appointed
libn., 255.

Blakely, Bertha E., asst. lib. of Mt.
Holyoke College, S. Hadley, Mass.,


Blind, books for the, at Liverpool F.
P. L., 185; N. Y. F. C. L. for, 251.

Boardman, Alice, sec. Ohio L. Assoc.,

92. 390.

Bodleian L., 184-185.

Bolton, C: R., lib. examinations in
schools, 122-123; catalog of posters,
186; genealogical research in lib.,
249; President Mass. C. L., 352.
Bolton, H. Carrington, art decora
tions in P. Ls., 386; bibl. of scientific
publications, new ed., C66; list of
books on chemistry, 408.
Bookmaking and distribution, Salem
(Mass.) P. L., 256.

Bookman, lib. notes in, 178.
Book-plates, American (Allen), 36;
pasting book-plates (practical
notes), 361.

Book-publishing and bookselling in
Cal., 391 (topic for Nov. meeting,
Central Cal. L. Assoc.).

Books, list of, for women's and girls'
clubs, 20, 282; (review), 399; collat-
ing of (Fletcher), 80-81; (Nutting),
114: best 25, of 1894, 124, 187; fatal
to their authors (Ditchfield), 188;
selection of (Cutler), 208, 339: of
1893 and 1894 (Bowdoin Coll. L.,
222; (Salem, P. L.), 223; English
catalogue of, 222; special lists for
young people (Scoville Institute
L.), 252; selection of books for
public library (Larned), 270; list of
350, for young people (Prender-
gast L.), 285; summer books (Des
Moines, la., P. L.), 290; (Davies), 290;
class-guide to fiction and juven
iles (Clerkenwell P. L.), 200; for
reading aloud (Osterhout F. L.),
291; Reader's guide to contempo-
rary literature (Sonnenschein), 320-
321; French bibliographical curios
Ities (Vicaire), 328; Principles of
selection of, 339; list of books on
French literature (Lemcke), 363;
list for high-school classical study
(Mich. Schoolmaster's Club), 364;
Catalog of Library of Surgeon-
Gen.'s Office, 394, 395: improper
(West), C32; list of medical (Wire),
Boone (Ia.) F. P. L. additions, 320.
Boston P. L., 3, 133, 178-179;(Walker),
184, 215; removal, 28; catalog of
books on architecture, 35: opening
of new building, 54, 133; bulletin,
Jan., 66; two-book system at, 169;
use of linotype at, 174-175; bulletin,
April, 222; free access to reference
books, 249; story of (Carpenter),
285; handbook of, 340, 373: rpt. in
"open letter" of Mr. Putnam, 339-
Bostwick, Arthur E., libn. N. V. F.
C. L., succeeding Miss E. M. Coe
(now Mrs. Rylance), 254.
Botany, reading-list on (Waltham,
Mass., P. L.), 256.

Bourinot, J. G., bibl. of Canadian
hist., 408.

Bournemouth (Eng.) P. L., opening,
102-103; free access at, 103.
Bowditch, H: P., proposed cataloging
of scientific literature, Sz.
Bowdoin Coll. L., bibl. contributions,
no. 4, 222, 284; rpt., 284.
Bowerman, G: F. (class '95), N. Y. S.
L. S., appointed reference libn.
Reynolds L., Rochester, N. Y.,
254; bibl, of reference books, 308.
Bowker, R: R., libs. of the North-
west, 77-80; Annual literary index,
1894, 106; comm. on Public docu-
ments, A. L. A., 387; review of
Leypoldt and Iles' list of books for
girls and women, 399.

Boys, how to guide them to good
books (Coe), 118-119.
Bradford (Eng.) P. F. Ls., 33–34..
Bradford, T: L., bibl. of Hahne-

mann, 141.

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