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The following is a complete and official list of Harvard's serial publications:
The Quarterly Journa. of Economics. Boston: George H. Ellis. New York and London: Macmillan and Co. 80. $2.00. Besides original papers in Economic History, criticism, etc., each number contains correspondence, reviews, and a biography of economics, including articles in periodicals. Appears October, January, April, July.
Harvard Law Review. A monthly journal of law published by Harvard law students. Cambridge. Harvard Law Review Publishing Association. $2.50. Contains papers dealing with the various branches and aspects of the law, notes of important decisions in the courts of this country and of England, reviews, summaries of law periodicals, etc. A volume comprises eight numbers, appearing from October to March.
Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. Boston. Ginn and Co. 80. $1.00. A volume of about 200 pages will be is sued yearly. The first appeared in January. 1890.
Harvard Historical Monographs. Boston. Ginn and Co. 80. The monographs will appear at irregular intervals. No. 1: "A History of the Veto Power," by Edw. C. Mason, Instructor in Political Economy, will be ready in April, 1890. $1.00. No. 2: "An introduction to the Study of Federal Government," by Albert Bushnell Hart, Asst. Professor of History, will follow. $50.
Harvard University Bulletin. Edited by Justin Winsor, Librarian. $1.00. Contains extracts from the records of the governing bodies of the University, necrology of graduates, accessions to the university libraries, with special bibliographies and articles of a bibliographical nature. It appears in October, January, May.
Biographical Contributions. Edited by Justin Winsor, Librarian. In part republished from the "Bulletin." The numbers appear at irregular intervals, averaging from three to six annually.
Annals of the Observatory of Harvard College. 40. Seven parts, aggregating nearly 600 pages, appeared in 1889-90. The records thus published include both astronomical and meteorological observations.
Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoology of Harvard College. 40 Volumes IX., XI., XIV., XVI., are now in process of publication in parts.
Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College. 80. Volumes XVI., XVII., are now appearing in parts.
Archaeological and Ethnological Papers of the Peabody Museum at Harvard College. These papers will appear at irregular intervals but will be paged continuously.
NOTE.- The Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences is the chief vehicle for the contributions of the Chemical, Physical and Botanical departments of the University, which often occupy the greater number of its pages. The Medical Department issues occasionally a volume of papers for limited circulation.
Harvard University Catalogue. 120. 60. Contains over 400 pages, giving detailed information concerning all departments of the University. Portions of the Catalogue giving necessary information regarding the various departments are also issued separately for free distribution.
Harvard University Calendar. $1.00. Contains announcements of lectures and exercises which are open to the public. It appears weekly from October to June.
Annual Reports of the President and Treasurer of Harvard college. 80. This volume contains also the reports from the various establishments and departments of the University. The Report of the Treasurer and those of several of the departments are also issued separately.
Harvard University Examination Papers. 80. Separate parts containing papers used at the final examinations in Harvard college, the admission examinations for Harvard college, the Law school, Medical school, etc.
The price stated is for a complete volume, or a subscription for the college year; when no price is given the publication is, in general, sold in separate parts, and at a price varying according to the number of pages and of illustrations in each part.
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