The current number of the Cambridge Magazine, the successor to the Prospect Union Review, has a very interesting table of contents.
Miss Alice M. Longfellow contributes "Longfellow in Home Life," the first article she has ever written about her father for publication. The illustrations accompanying this article add much to its attractiveness. Two portraits of the poet have never before been published.
Other articles are:
The Crime and Folly of War with England, Professor Charles Eliot Norton.
July (poem), Margaret Deland.
The Trouble in South Africa, A. C. Coolidge.
The Armenian at Home. By Two Armenians.
The Story of an Escape-Letters from Harpoot, Asia Minor.
Craigie House-the Home of Longfellow. R. S. Duncan.
Co-operation Among Farmers. N. O. Nelson.
The Fire in Sing Sing Prison. O. V. Sage, warden. Blackbird; a tale of frontier life.
Translated from the French of Gustave
Aimard by A. G. Thacher '97. (To be Continued).
Among the book reviews is "A Gentleman Vagabond, and Some Others," a review, by Charles Grilk '98.
City BittiesSuperintendent Robert J. Peterkin last week released his plans for the Cambridge School District's budget for fiscal year 1986 it
No HeadlineThe Cambridge Social Union will give a lawn party, tomorrow afternoon and evening, in the Longfellow estate on Brattle street.
The Cambridge Magazine.The June number of the Cambridge Magazine, the second number in its enlarged form, contains several interesting articles. The list
LONGELLOW MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION.The Longfellow Memorial Association, recently incorporated by the State of Massachusetts, has appointed a committee of some of its honorary
BOOK NOTICE."HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW. A Biography, by W. Sloane Kennedy. Moses King, Cambridge, Mass., Publisher." Of the many books that have