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Full text of "Official catalogue of exhibitors. Universal exposition. St. Louis, U.S.A. 1904. : Division of exhibits. Department A. Education [to H. Agriculture; J. Horticulture to P. Physical Culture; R. Livestock.]"

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FOR THE COMMITTEE ON PRESS AND PUBLICITY 

UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF 

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OFFICIAL CATALOGUE 

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EXHIBITORS 



UNIVERSAL EXPOSITION 

ST. LOUIS, U.S.A. 
1904 

DIVISION OF EXHIBITS 

FREDERICK J. V. SKIFF, Director 

Department A 

E D U C A T I O N 

HOWARD J. ROGERS, Chief 



REVISED EDITION 



PUBLISHED FOR THE COMMITTEE ON PRESS AND PUBLICITY BY 

THE OFFICIAL CATALOGUE COMPANY (INC.) 

ST. LOUIS, 1904 



COPYRIGHT, 1904, 

BY THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION COMPANY, 

FOR THE OFFICIAL CATALOGUE COMPANY. 







. PREFACE. 

A modern Universal Exposition well might be called an encyclopedia 
of society, as it contains, in highly specialized arra\-, societ}' 's word and works. 
It is a collection of the wisdom and achievements of the world, brought to- 
gether for the inspection of the world---for examination and stud}'^ by its 
experts. It constitutes a compact, classified, indexed compendium, available 
for ready reference, of the achievements and ideas of society, in all phases of 
its activities, extended to the most material as well as the most refined. 

The Catalogue of such a Universal Exposition is, therefore, perhaps the 
most comprehensive and representative contemporary record of the progress 
and condition of the human race that may be devised. It is a distinct and 
authentic record of the exhibits of the Exposition, which are the evidences 
of the capacity and performance in all lines, intellectual, 'social, and industrial, 
of all of the peoples of the world. The value of such a document and its 
significence, socially and commercially are incalcuable. It is an epitome of 
the capacity and promises of mankind, while being at the same time a roll of 
honor---a certified register of those individuals and institutions which are 
taking active part in the life of the world today. 

FREDERICK J. V. SKIFF, 

DIRECTOR OF EXHIBITS. 



INTRODUCTION. 



By Howard J. Rogers, Chief. 

The Palace of Education and Social Economy is situated in the center of the 
main picture of the Exposition, and is one of the two buildings surrounded by the 
grand basin and »the lagoons. The design is of modern classic architecture, and its 
graceful lines and magnificent colonnade render it, in the opinion of experts, the 
most beautiful building on the grounds. It is designed by Eames & Young of St. 
Louis, and cost about $400,000. The building is irregular in shape to conform with 
the ground plan of the Exposition, and somewhat resembles a keystone. The 
northern facade is 750 feet in length, and the southern 450 feet; the east and west 
sides are 525 feet long. The whole building covers 290,000 square feet, or approxi- 
mately 7 acres of ground. 

The sculpture, which adorns the building is notable, and was designed by Robert 
P. Bringhurst of St. Louis. The principal figures are "The Flight of Time" and 
"The Thread of Life," which stand on the liight and left, respectively, of the figures 
surmounting the four main entrances; the famous statue of Horace Mann at the 
west portal, was designed by H. K. Bush-Brown; and of Pestalozzi at the north 
portal, by A. Jaegers. 

In the arrangement of exhibits within the Palace, the court, which was roofed 
after the building was finished, owing to the greater demand for exhibit space, plays 
an important part. The foreign exhibits and the exhibits of the American universi- 
ties are situated within the court. In the the north corridor of the building are the 
exhibits of the public school systems of states and cities. In the west corridor 
are the exhibits of the agricultural and mechanical colleges, professional and tech- 
nical schools, art schools, business and commercial schools, and business houses. 
In the east corridor are the exhibits of schools for defectives. 

The Public School section contains exhibits from the kindergarten through the ele- 
mentary and high school grades, including evening schools, vacation schools and schools 
for special training, high schools, academies, commercial schools and manual training 
high schools. These exhibits represent: School legislation and organization, School 
architecture. Courses of study. Methods of instruction, The training of teachers, School 
apparatus and appliances. These are illustrated by reports, charts, photographs of 
buildings and schools, models, bound volumes of class exercises, and apparatus designed 
and made by school children, etc. 

The college section, including colleges and universities, scientific and technical 
schools, professional schools, libraries and museums, contains models of buildings, 
special scientific apparatus, physical and chemical laboratories, models and photographs 
of astronomical apparatus, reports on original investigations, text books and original 
contributions by professors and students. 

Special education in the Fine Arts is fully illustrated by large and comprehensive 
exhibits made by five of the largest art schools in the country. 



UNITED STATES. 



Perhaps the most important display is that collected in the section devoted to the 
colleges of agriculture and mechanic arts of the United States. For this purpose the 
government appropriated $100,000. These institutions throughout the country have 
made an elaborate collective exhibit illustrating their methods of instruction and results 
of research. The exhibit includes on the agricultural side : Agronomy, or plant pro- 
duction; Zootechny, or animal industry; Agrotechny, or agricultural technology. The 
Mechanic Arts exhibit includes: Civil engineering, Mechanical engineering, Electrical 
engineering. Mining engineering. Technical chemistry, Architecture, Drawing and Shop 
practice, Domestic science and Ceramics. 

Special education in Commerce and Industry is illustrated in the exhibit of the various 
industrial and commercial schools and the higher schools of commerce. The southwest 
pavilion contains a model commercial school, with all its equipment, in actual operation. 

Model schools with working classes showing the methods pursued in the education 
of the deaf and blind are conducted daily in school rooms specially constructed for the 
purpose. 

Publishers and manufacturers of school furniture and appliances have made 
elaborate displays. 

The Foreign section contains an exhaustive exhibit of their educational facilities and 
equipment of the leading nations of the world. The exhibit of scientific apparatus and 
the results shown of modern scientific investigations are very comprehensive. 




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How To Locate An Exhibit. 



The Educational Exhibits are installed in the north, east and west sections of 
the Educational Palace. Individual Exhibits in the elementary education are to be 
found in blocks 1 and 2, aisles A and B. Group 2 will be found in blocks 1, 2 and 
3; Group 3, in blocks 7 and 9; Group 4, in block 7; Group 6 is chiefly installed 
in block 7; Group 7 is to be found in block 4; Group 8 is installed in dilTerent parts 
of the blocks mentioned; Group 5, the Exhibit of Colleges of Agriculture and 
Mechanical Arts, is to be found in block 8. Over each block is a large sign which 
will immediately give the location of the block, with the designation by aisles, in 
addition, each exhibit may be easily and definitely located, just as you would locate 
a house on the street. 

INDEX. 



Country. Page. 

United States 13 

Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges 17 

Arkansas ' 26 

Arizona 26 

California 27 

Colorado 28 

Connecticut 29 

Idaho , 29 

Illinois 30 

Indiana 32 

Iowa 36 

Kansas 39 

Kentucky 42 

Louisiana 42 

Massachusetts 43 

Minnesota 44 

Mississippi 46 

Missouri 46 

Montana 47 

Nebraska 48 

New Jersey : 49 

New Mexico 50 

New York 51 

North Dakota 53 

Oklahoma 55 

Oregon 56 

Pennsylvania 57 

Rhode Island 59 

South Dakota 59 



Country. Page. 

Tennessee 61 

Texas 61 

Utah 62 

West Virginia 63 

Wisconsin 63 

Argentine 65 

Austria 66 

Belgium 67 

Brazil 71 

Bulgaria 74 

Canada 74 

Ceylon 74 

China 75 

Cuba 75 

France 79 

Germany 94 

Great Britain and Ireland 107 

Hungary IIO 

Italy Ill 

Japan 112 

Mexico 113 

Monaco 115 

Porto Rico "... 115 

Portugal 115 

Siam lis 

Spain : 116 

Sweden 116 

Syria 117 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. 



Classification of Exhibits. 



GROUP I. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

Class I. Kindergarten. 
Class 2. Elementary grades. 
Class 3. Training and certification of teachers. 

Class 4. Continuation scliools, including evening schools, vacation schools and 
schools for special training. 



Legislation, organization, general statistics. 
School supervision and school management. 
Buildings: plans, models; school hygiene. 
Methods of instruction; results obtained. 

GROUP 2. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 

Class 5. High schools and academies; manual training high schools, commercial 

high schools. 
Class 6. Training and certification of teachers. 



Legislation, organization, statistics. 

Buildings: plans and models. 

Supervision, management, methods of instruction; results obtained. 

GROUP 3. 

HIGHER EDUCATION 

Class 7. Colleges and universities. 

Class 8. Scientific, technical and engineering schools and institutions. 

Class 9. Professional schools. 

Class ID. Libraries. 

Class II. Museums. 



Legislation, organization, statistics. 

Buildings: plans and models. 

Curriculums, regulations, methods, administration, investigations, etc. 

GROUP 4. 

SPECIAL EDUCATION IN FINE ARTS 

(Institutions for teaching drawing, painting and music.) 
Class 12. Art schools and institutes. 
Class 13. Schools and departments of music; conservatories of music. 



^Methods of instruction; results obtained. 
Legislation, organization, general statistics. 

GROUP 5. 

SPECIAL EDUCATION IN AGRICULTURE 

Class 14. Agricultural colleges and departments; experiment stations; instruction 
in forestry. (See Department H, Group 83.) 

Curriculums; experiments and investigations; results. 
Methods of transi)ortation and shipment. 
Legislation, organization, general statistics. 
Buildings: plans and models. 



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GROUP 6. 

SPECIAL EDUCATION IN COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY 

Class 15. Industrial and trade schools; evening industrial schools. 
Class 16. (a) Business and commercial schools. 
(b) Higher instruction in commerce. 
Class 17. Education of the Indian. 
Class 18. Education of the Negro. 



Legislation, organization, statistics. 
Buildings: plans and models. 
Methods of instruction; results. 

GROUP 7. 

EDUCATION OF DEFECTIVES 

Class 19. Institutions for the blind; publications for the blind. 
Class 20. Institutions for the deaf and dumb. 
Class 21. Institutions for the feeble minded. 



Management, methods, courses of study; results. 
Special appliances for instruction. 
Legislation, organization, statistics. 
Buildings: plans and models. 

GROUP 8. 

SPECIAL FORMS OF EDUCATION— TEXT BOOKS— SCHOOL FURNITURE 
AND SCHOOL APPLIANCES 

Class 22. Summer schools. 

Class 23. Extension courses; popular lectures and people's institutes; correspond- 
ence schools. 

Class 24. Scientific societies and associations; scientific expeditions and investiga- 
tions. 

Class 25. Educational publications, text books, etc. 

Class 36. School furniture, school appliances. 



Department A — Education. 



UNITED STATES. 



GROUP I. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. 

Location: Blocks i and 2. Aisles A 

and B. 

Blow, Susan E., Cazenovia, New York. 

Monograph on the Kindergarten. 
C. A. Burton Machinery Co., Kansas 
City, Mo. Compressed air and water 
system, outside of Model Country 
School House. 
Chicago, Board of Education of. Public 

School Exhibit. Block 2; aisle B. 
Cleveland, Board of Education of. All 
branches of public school work. Block 
3; aisle 4. 
Draper, Andrew Sloan, University of 
Illinois, Champaign. Monograph on 
educational organization and adminis- 
tration. 
Harris, William T., Bureau of Educa- 
tion, Washington, D. C. Monograph 
on elementary education. 
Hinsdale, B. A. Monograph on training 

of teachers. 
Morrison, Gilbert B., St. Louis. Mono- 
. graph on school architecture and hy- 
giene. 
New York City, Board of Education of. 
Public school work, bound volumes, 
models, photographs, charts. Block 2; 
aisle B. 
St. Louis, Board of Education of. Maps, 
charts, school work, etc. Block i ; 
aisle B. 

GROUP 2. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION. 

Location: Blocks i, 2 and 3. Aisles A 

and B. 

Brown, Elmer Ellsworth, Berkeley, Cali- 
fornia. Monograph on secondary edu- I 
cation. i 

Chicago, Board of Education of. Ex- ■ 
hibit of high school work. Block 2; : 
aisle B. | 

Cleveland, Board of Education of. All j 
branches of high school work. Block 1 
3: aisles 4 and 5. | 



Manual Training School of the Washing- 
ton University, St. Louis, ]\lo. \\'ork 
exhibit. Block 6; aisle H. 

Missouri Synod, Lutheran. Class work 
of Parochial Schools. Synod's school 
books and helps. Block i; aisle A. 

New York City, Board of Education of. 
High school exhibit of bound volumes, 
models, photographs, charts. Block 2: 
aisle B. 

Phillips-Exeter Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Block 7; aisle 2. 
St. Louis, Board of Education of. High 

school exhibit of maps, charts, schoo'l 
work, etc. Block i; aisle B. 

GROUP 3. 

HIGHER EDUCATION. 

Location: Blocks 7 and 9. Aisle 2. 

Adirondack Summer Schools, Saranac 

Lake, N. Y. Photographs. With X. 
Y. State Exhibit. 

Amherst College, Amherst. Course of 
study, building and grounds, history, 
catalogues, etc. Block 7; aisle i. 

Beloit College, Beloit, Wis. Charts, 
map, photographs. \\'ith State Ex- 
liibit. 

Bellvue Female College, Shelby County, 
Colliersville, Tenn. General school 
work. \\'ith State Exhibit. 

Bolton College, Shelby County, Bolton, 
Tenn. Work of pupils. With State 
Exhibit. 

Boston University, Medical Department, 
Boston. Special exhibit of pathologi- 
cal department. Block 7; aisle i. 

Bradley Polytechnic Institute, Peoria, 111. 
Work illustrating the engineering de- 
partment, architectural plans. Block 
7: aisle 2. 

Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 
Photographs, publications, special 
work. Block 7; aisle i. 

Butler University, Indiana. With State 

Exhibit. 
Burritt College, Spencer, Tennessee. 
Photo of building. With State Ex- 
hibit. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



California State Library, Sacramento. 

Photographs, blanks, publicat i o n s. 
With State Exhibit, 

Cattell, James McKeen, Columbia Uni- 
versity, New York. Monograph on 
scientific societies and associations. 

Central College, Fayette, Mo. Photo- 
graphs, students' work. (Mo. State 
section.) 

Central Female College, Lexington, Mo. 
Photographs, students' work. (Mo. 
State section.) 

Christian Brothers College, St. Louis, 
jNIo. Catalogues, photographs, stu- 
dents' work in courses, texts, theses, 
laboratory methods, language work. 
Block 7; aisle 2. 

Coe College, Cedar Rapids, la. Photo- 
graphs. With State Exhibit. 

Colgate University, Hamilton, N. Y. 
Photographs, students' work, adminis- 
trative blanks, publications. With 
State Exhibit. 

Colleges of the State of Massachusetts, 
Amherst College, Boston University, 
Hoh' Cross College, IMount Holyoke 
College. Simmons College, Smith Col- 
lege, Wellesley College, Williams Col- 
ege, Massachusetts Library com- 
mittee. Collective exhibit. Charts, 
maps, photographs, catalogues. Block 
7; aisle I. 

Colorado College, Colorado Springs, 
Colo. Courses in liberal arts, en- 
gineering, music and art. W^ith State 
Exhibit. 

Colorado School of Mines, Golden. 
Complete set of drawings, topographi- 
cal and geological maps. Field books, 
laboratory notes, etc. With State Ex- 
hibit. 

Columbia University, New York City. 
University publications, library, educa- 
tion, psychology and law. Block 9; 
aisles C and D. 

Connecticut State Library, Hartford. 
Maps showing free public libraries, 
libraries of society of Colonial Dames, 
library of Connecticut Audubon So- 
ciety. With State Exhibit. 

Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa. 
Photographs, college work. With 
State Exhibit. 

Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. 
Educational exhibit of the eight col- 
leges of the university. Block 9; 
aisles C and D. 

De Pauw University, Greencastle, Ind. 
With State Exhibit. 

Drury College, Springfield, Mo. Photo- 
graphs, students' work. With State 
Exhibit. 

Earlham College, Richmond, Ind. Pho- 
tographs, college work. With State 
Exhibit. 



Fargo College, Fargo, North Dakota. 

Written work, Greek, literat u r e, 
science. With State Exhibit. 
Forest Park University, St. Louis, Mo. 
Pupils' work in language and art. 
Block 7; aisle i. 
Franklin College, Indiana. With State 

Exhibit. 
Hanover College, Indiana. With State 

Exhibit. 
Hardin College, Mexico, Mo. Photo- 
graphs, college work. With State 
Exhibit. 
Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 
Photographs, charts, maps and publi- 
cations. Block 9; aisles D and E. 
Hobart College, Geneva, N. Y. Photo- 
graphs, charts, students' work, plans, 
administrative blanks, publications. 
With State Exhibit. 
Holy Cross College, Worcester. Courses 
of study, charts, diagrams, catalogues, 
etc. Block 7; aisle i. 
Howard Payne College, Fayette, Mo. 
Photographs, students' work. With 
State Exhibit. 
Indiana Libraries. (Collective.) With 

State Exhibit. 
Indiana University, Indiana. With State 

Exhibit. 
International Correspondence School, 
Scranton, Pa. Phonograph system of 
teaching language; work in the various 
departments. In Guild Hall, Model 
Street. 
Established 1891. We are originators 
of correspondence instruction in the in- 
dustrial sciences. 170 special courses in 
the mechanic arts and industrial sciences, 
drawing and languages. Seven hundred 
thousand students and graduates all over 
the world attest the benefit derived from 
our instruction. Guild Hall erected espe- 
cially to exhibit work of our students. 
Interstate Correspondence Schools, 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Photograpiis, 
college work. With State Exhibit. 
Iowa College, Grinnell, Iowa. Photo- 
graphs, college work. With State 
Exhibit. 
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 
Md. Scientific publications, work in 
biology, pathology and geology. Block 
9; aisles C and D. 
Kansas University, Board of Regents of. 

Pictures in frames. 
Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa. 
Photographs, pamphlets. With State 
Exhibit. 
Lorenz, E. H. J., Madison, Wis. Colla- 
borator in scientific exhibit. Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin. 
Manhattan College, New York City. 
Charts, students' work, plans. With 
State Exhibit. 



UNITED STATES. 



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Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

Boston. Courses in civil, mechanical, 
mining, electrical engineering. Chem- 
istry, biology, physics, naval architec- 
ture. Block 7; aisle 2. 

Massachusetts Library Commission, Bos- 
ton. Maps, charts, photographs, or- 
ganization, statistics, etc. 

Mendenhall, T. C, Worcester, Mass. 
Monograph on scientific, technical and 
engineering education. 

Merom College, Indiana. With State 
Exhibit. 

Milton College, Milton, Wis. Drawings, 
photographs. With State Exhibit. 

Milwaukee-Downer College, Milwaukee, 
Wis. Drawing, photographs. With 
State Exhibit. 

Missouri Valley College. Photographs. 
With State Exhibit. 

Moore's Hill College. Indiana. With 
State Exhibit. 

Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, 
Ma.ss. Photographs, students' work. 
Block 7; aisle i. 

Nebraska Public Library Commission, 
Lincoln. Libraries, traveling libraries, 
photographs, reports, etc. With State 
Exhibit. 

Nelson, J. Alexander, New York City. 
Astor library and other catalogues, 
1855-1904. With Columbia College Ex- 
hibit. 

New Mexico University, Albuquerque. 
Photographs. With State Exhibit. 

New York University, New York City. 
Photographs, charts, apparatus, publi- 
cations. Block 9; aisle C. 

New York Post-Graduate Medical School 
and Hospital, New York City. Photo- 
graphs, publications. 

Park College, Parkville, Mo. Model of 
Campus, photographs. With State 
Exhibit. 

Parsons, James Russell, University of the 
State of New York, Albany. Mono- 
graph on professional education. 

Perry, Edward Delavan, Columbia Uni- 
versity, New York. Monograph on 
the American University. 

Purdue University, La Fayette, Indiana. 
Products, documents, publications and 
photographs illustrating instruction 
and research in science, agriculture and 
technology. Block 7; aisle 2. 

Redfield College, Redfield, South Da- 
kota. Collective exhibit of photo- 
graphs, paintings and drawings. With 
State Exhibit. 

Red River Valley University, North 
Dakota. Reports. With State Ex- 
hibit. 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, 

N. Y. School of engineering and 
science. Block 7; aisle 2. 



Rochester Theological Seminary, New 

York. Publications. With State Ex- 
hibit. 
Roger Williams College, Nashville, Tenn. 
Photographs. With State Exhibit 

Simmons College, Boston, Mass. Pho- 
tographs, students' work. Block 7; 
aisle 2. 

Smith College, North Hampton, Mass. 
Photographs, students' work. Block 
7; aisle i. 

Southwestern University, Georgetown, 
Texas. Photographs. With State Ex- 
hibit. 

St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo. 
Educational and historical exhibit of 
the Jesuit universities and colleges of 
the Middle West. Block 9; aisles C 
and D. 

St. Mary's College, St. Mary's, Ky. 
Photographs, volumes. With State 
Exhibit. 

Students League of America, Syracuse, 
N. Y. (Collective exhibit.) Students' 
periodical publications. With State 
Exhibit. 

Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Department of applied sciences. Pho- 
tographs, charts, students' work. 
With State Exhibit. 

Thomas, M. Carey, Bryn Mawr College, 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. Monograph on edu- 
cation of women. 

Union College, College View, Neb. De- 
partment exhibit of students' work. 
With State Exhibit. 

University of Arizona, Tiicson. General 
exhibit of university work. With 
State Exhibit. 

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 

Ark. Model of university, photo- 
graphs. With State Exhibit. 

University of California, B e r k el e y. 
Architectural olans, portfolios, etc. 
With State Exhibit. 

University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
General exhibit of university work and 
equipment. Block 9; aisles D and E. 

University of Colorado, Boulder. En- 
larged cabinet catalogue, photographs, 
university publications. With State 
Exhibit. 

University of Illinois, Champaign. 

Charts, publications, apparatus. Block 
9; aisle C. 

University of Illinois, Chicago. Ana- 
tomical and pathological exhibit. South 
Balcony. 

University of Kansas. Pictures. With 

State Exhibit. 
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. 

Drawings, students' work. Witli State 
Exhibit. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Col- 
lection of charts, graphics, photo- 
graphs, special methods and investiga- 
tions. Block 9; aisles D, and E. 

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. 
Charts, photographs and statistics, ap- 
paratus. With State Exhibit. 

University of Mississippi. Electric ma- 
chine. With State Exhibit. 

University of Missouri, Columbia. 
Charts, publications, apparatus. Block 
9; aisle C. 

University of Nebraska, Lincoln. De- 
partmental exhibit of the university. 
With State Exhibit. 

University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Ex- 

' hibit of city, rural and traveling li- 
braries of Nebraska. With State Ex- 
hibit. 

University of North Dakota, Grand 
Forks. Photographs of buildings and 
equipment, mechanical drawings, wood 
and iron work. With State Exhibit. 

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. 
Bust of Provost William Smith. With 
State Exhibit. 

University of the State of New York, 
.\lbany. Charts, administrative blanks, 
publications. With State Exhibit. 

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 
Tenn. Photographs and model of 
buildings and grounds. With State 
Exhibit. 

University of Wisconsin, Madison. Col- 
lection of charts, graphics, photo- 
graphs, special methods and investiga- 
tions. Block 9; aisles C and D. 

Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New 
York. Educational and building statis- 
tics, with models and photographs. 
Block 7; aisle i. 

Wabash College, Indiana. With State 
Exhibit. 

Washington University, St. Louis Mo. 
Exhibits from the undergradute, law, 
medical and dental departments, also 
reproduction of its new grounds and 
buildings, now in use by World's Fair. 
Block 9; aisles D and E. 

Waynesburg College, Waynesburg, Pa. 
General college work. Block 7, aisle 2. 

Wells College, Aurora, N. Y., General 
college work. Block 7; aisle 2. 

Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. 
Courses of study charts, diagrams, cat- 
alogues, etc. Block 7; aisle i. 

West, Andrew Fleming, Princeton Uni- 
versity, Princeton, N. J. Monograph 
on the American college. 

Wesleyan University, University Place, 
Neb. Departmental exhibit of stu- 
dents' work. With State Exhibit. 

Western College, Oxford, Ohio. Gen- 
eral college work. Block 7; aisle 2. 



Wisconsin Library Commission, Madi- 
son, Wis. Sample traveling library. 
With State Exhibit. 

William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo. 

Photographs, school pub 1 i c a t i o n s. 
With State Exhibit. 

Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. 
Courses of study, charts, diagrams, 
catalogues, etc. Block 7; aisle I. 

Woman's College of Baltimore, The, 
Baltimore, Md. Publications, views of 
buildings, exhibits of departinent work, 
physical training, charts. Block 7; 
aisle 2. 

Woman's College, The, Frederick, Md. 
Wall cabinet, photographs, mounting 
and arranging done entirely by science 
department. Block 7; aisle 2. 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Wor- 
cester, Mass. Photographs, drawings, 
diagrams, specimens, apparatus. Block 
7; aisle 2. 

Yale University, New Haven, Conn. 
General university work. Block 9; 
aisles D and E. 

Yankton College, Yankton, South Da- 
kota. Collective exhibit of written 
work, drawings and photograph.'?. With 
State Exhibit. 

GROUP 4. 

SPECIAL EDUCATION IN FINE 

ARTS. 

Location: Block 7. Aisles i and 2. 

Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Students' work, drawing, painting, 
sculpture, designs, illustration, architec- 
ture, crafts, etc. Block 7; aisle 2. 

Art Academy, Chicago, 111. Drawings 
and paintings. Block i; aisle i. 

Boston, Mass., School Committee of. 
Drawings from Free Evening Drawing 
School. 

Clarke, Isaac Edwards, Department of 
Education, Washington, D. C. Mono- 
graph on artistic and industrial educa- 
tion. 

Iowa School of Art, Des Moines, la. 
Drawings, paintings and studies. With 
State Exhibit. 

Maumaugh, Mrs. Frances, Omaha, Neb. 
Water colors. With State Exhibit. 

Minneapolis School of Fine Arts. Stu- 
dents' work. Block 7; aisle 2. 

New York School of Applied Design for 
Women, New York City. Designs. 
With the N. V. City Exhibit. 

Normal Art School, Boston, Mass. Il- 
lustrative work of school. Block 7; 
aisles i and 2. 

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, The, 
Philadelphia. Students' work in draw- 
ing, painting, modeling, architectural 
design, etc. Block 7; aisle i. 



UNITED STATES. 



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Pratt Institute, Art Department of, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Illustrative courses 

of instruction. Block 7; aisle 2. 
St. Louis Art School, St. Louis, Mo. 

Work of students. Block 7; aisles i 

and 2. 
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, 

Boston. Work of the pupils. Block 

7; aisle I. 
Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 

College of fine arts. Photographs, 

charts, students' work. With State 

Exhibit. 

GROUP 5.. 

COLLECTIVE EXHIBIT OF THE 
Colleges of Agriculture and Mechanic 
Arts and Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tions endowed by the States and the 
United States, under the auspices of the 
Association of American Agricultural 
Colleges and Experiment Stations. 
Alabama, Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, 
Ala. Maps, charts, models, photo- 
graphs, materials, objects, books, ap- 
paratus, etc. 

Agricultural Experiment Station, Au- 
burn, Ala. Maps, charts, models, 
photographs, materials, objects, books, 
apparatus, etc. 
Alaska, Alaska Agricultural Experiment 
Stations. (Under the direction of the 
U. S. Office of Experiment Stations, 
Washington, D. C.) Sitka. Kenai. and 
Copper Center, Alaska. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, apparatus, etc., illustrating 
courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 
Arkansas, Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion. Fayetteville. Ark. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc. 
Arizona, Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, Tucson, Ariz. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc. 
California, Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, Berkeley, Cal. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc. 
Colorado, The State Agricultural Col- 
lege, Fort Collins. Colo. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc. 
Colorado, Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, Fort Collins, Colo. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, apparatus, etc. 
Connecticut, Agricultural Experiment 
station, New Haven, Conn. Maps, 
charts, models, photographs, materials, 
objects, books, apparatus, etc. 
Agricultural College, Storrs, Conn. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, 
materials, objects, books, apparatus. 



etc., illustrating courses of instruction 
and methods and results of research. 
Storrs Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, Storrs, Conn. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrating 
courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 

Delaware, The Delaware College Agri- 
cultural Experiment Station, Newark, 
Del. Maps, charts, models, photo- 
graphs, materials, objects, books, ap- 
paratus, etc., illustrating courses of in- 
struction and methods and results of 
research. 

Dunn County School of Agriculture and 
Domestic, Science, Menomonee, Wis. 
Photographs and statistics. With State 
Exhibit. 

Florida, Agricultural Experiment Station 
of. Lake City, Fla. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrating 
colirses of instruction and methods and 
results of research. 

Georgia, State College of Agriculture 
and Mechanic Arts, Athens, Ga. ]\Iaps, 
charts, models, photographs, materials, 
objects, books, apparatus, etc., illustra- 
ting courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 
Georgia Experiment Station, Experi- 
ment, Ga. Maps, charts, models, 
photographs, materials, objects, books, 
apparatus, etc.. illustrating courses of 
instruction and methods and results of 
research. 

Hatch Experiment Association, Amherst, 
Mass. Experiments investigation, gen- 
eral statistics, buildings and plans. 
With State Exhibit. 

Hawaii, Hawaii Agricultural Experiment 
Station, (Under the direction of the U. 
S. Office of Experiment Stations, 
Washington, D. C), Honolulu, H. L 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, ma- 
terials, objects, etc., apparatus, etc., il- 
lustrating courses of instruction and 
methods and results of research. 

Hawaii, Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Experi- 
ment Station, (Under the direction of 
the U. S. Office of Experiment Sta- 
tions, Washington, D. C.), Honolulu, 
H. L Maps, charts, models, photo- 
graphs, materials, objects, apparatus, 
etc., illustrating courses of instruction 
and methods and results of research. 

Idaho, College of Agriculture of the Uni- 
versity of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, 
materials, objects, books, apparatus 
etc., illustrating courses of instruction 
and methods and results of research. 

Idaho, Agricultural Experiment Station 

of the University of Idaho, Moscow, 
Idaho. Maps, charts, models, photo- 



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graphs, materials, objects, books, ap- 
paratus, etc., illustrating courses of in- 
struction and methods and results of 
research. 

Illinois, College of Agriculture of the 
University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, 
materials, objects, books, apparatus, 
etc., illustrating courses of instruction 
and methods and results of research. 
Agricultural Experiment Station of the 
University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, 
materials, objects, books, apparatus, 
etc., illustrating courses of instruction 
and methods and results of research. 

Indiana, School of Agriculture of Pur- 
due University, Lafayette, Ind. IMaps, 
charts, models, photographs, materials, 
objects, books, apparatus, etc., illustra- 
ting courses of instruction and meth- 
ods and results of research. 
Agricultural Experiment Station of 
Indiana, Lafayette, Ind. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrat- 
ing courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 

Iowa, Iowa State College of Agriculture 
and the Alechanic Arts, Ames, Iowa. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, 
materials, objects, books, apparatus, 
etc., illustrating courses of instruction 
and methods and results of research. 
Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station, 
Ames, Iowa. Maps, charts, models, 
photographs, materials, objects, books, 
apparatus, etc., illustrating courses 
of instruction and methods and results 
of research. 

Kansas, Kansas State Agricultural Col- 
lege, Manhattan, Kan. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrating 
courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 
Kansas Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, Manhattan, Kan. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrat- 
ing courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 

Kentucky, Agricultural and Mechanical 
College of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, 
materials, objects, books, apparatus, 
etc., illustrating courses of instruction 
and methods and results of research. 

Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, Lexington, Ky. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrat- 
ing courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 

Louisiana, Louisiana State University 
and Agricultural and Mechanical Col- 
lege, Baton Rouge, La. Maps, charts. 



models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrat- 
ing courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 

Louisiana, Sugar Experiment Station, Au- 
dubon Park, New Orleans, La. Maps, 
charts, models, photographs, materials, 
objects, books, apparatus, etc., illus- 
trating courses of instruction and 
methods and results of research. 
State Experiment Station, Baton 
Rouge, La. Maps, charts, models, 
photographs, materials, objects, books, 
apparatus, etc., illustrating courses of 
instruction and methods and results of 
research. 

North Louisiana Experiment Station, 
Calhoun, La. Maps, charts, models, 
photographs, materials, objects, books, 
apparatus, etc., illustrating courses of 
instruction and methods and results of 
research. 

Maine, Maine Agricultural Experiment 
Station, Orono, Me. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., ilustrat- 
ing courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 

Marathon County School of Agriculture 
and Domestic Science, Wausau, Wis. 
Photographs, statistics. With State 
Exhibit. 

Maryland, Maryland Agricultural Col- 
lege, College Park. ]\Id. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc.. illustrat- 
ing, courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 
Maryland Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, College Park, Md. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrating 
courses of instruction and methods and 
results of research. 

Massachusetts, Massachusetts Agricul- 
tural College, Amherst, Mass. Maps, 
charts, models, photographs, materials, 
objects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrat- 
ing courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 
Hatch Experiment Station of the Mas- 
sachusetts Agricultural College, Am- 
herst, Alass. Maps, charts, models, 
photographs, materials, objects, books, 
apparatus, etc., illustrating courses of 
instruction and methods and results of 
research. 

Michigan, Michigan State Agricultural 
College. Agricultural College, Mich. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, ma- 
terials, objects, books, apparatus, etc., 
illustrating courses of instruction and 
methods and results of research. 
Experiment Station of Michigan Agri- 
cultural College, Agricultural College. 
Mich. Maps, charts, models, photo- 



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graphs, materials, objects, books, ap- 
paratus, etc., illustrating courses of in- 
struction and methods and results of 
research. 

Minnesota, College of Agriculture of the 
University of Minnesota, St. Anthony 
Park, St. Paul, Minn. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrat- 
ing courses of instruction and meth- 
ods and results of research. 
Agricultural Experiment Station of the 
University of Alinnesota, St. Anthony 
Park, St. Paul, Minn. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc.,, illustrat- 
ing courses of instruction and meth- 
ods and results of research. 

Mississippi, Mississippi Agricultural and 
Mechanical College, Agricultural Col- 
lege, Miss. Maps, charts, models, 
photographs, materials, objects, books, 
apparatus, etc., illustrating courses of 
instruction and methods and results of 
research. 

Mississippi, Mississippi Agricultural Ex- 
periment Station, Agricultural College, 
)Miss. Maps, charts, models, photo- 
graphs, materials, objects, books, ap- 
paratus, etc.," illustrating courses of in- 
struction and methods and results of 
research. 

Missouri, College of Agriculture and Me- 
chanic Arts, of the University of Mis- 
souri, Columbia^ Mo. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrat- 
ing courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 
Missouri Agricultural College Experi- 
ment Station, Columbia, Mo. Maps, 
charts, models, photographs, materials, 
objects, books, apparatu.s, etc., illustrat- 
ing courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 

Montana, Montana State College of Agri- 
culture and Mechanic Arts, Bozeman, 
Mont. Maps, charts, models, photo- 
graphs, materials, objects, books, ap- 
paratus, etc., illustrating courses of in- 
struction and methods and results of 
research. 

Montana Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, Bozeman, Mont. Alaps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrat- 
ing courses of instruction and meth- 
ods and results of research. 

Nebraska, The Industrial College of the 
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, 
materials, objects, books, apparatus, 
etc., illustrating courses of instruction 
and methods and results of research. 
Agricultural Experiment Station of Ne- 
braska, Lincoln, Neb. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 



jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrat- 
ing courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 
Nevada, College of Agriculture of the 
University of Nevada, Reno, Nev. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, ma- 
terials, objects, books, apparatus, etc.. 
illustrating courses of instruction and 
methods and results of research. 
Nevada Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, Reno, Nev. Maps, charts, mod- 
els, photographs, materials, objects, 
books, apparatus, etc., illustrating 
courses of instruction and methods and 
results of research. 

New Hampshire, New Hampshire Col- 
lege of Agriculture and the Mechanic 
Arts, Durham, N. H. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustra- 
ting courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 
New Hampshire College Agricultural 
Experiment Station, Durham, N. H. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, ma- 
terials, objects, books, apparatus, etc., 
illustrating courses of instruction and 
methods and results of research. 

New Jersey, Rutger's Scientific School, 
New Brunswick, N. J. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, objects, 
books, apparatus, etc.. illustrating 
courses of instruction and methods and 
results of research. 

New Jersey Agricultural College Ex- 
periment Station, New Brunswick, N. 
J. Maps, charts, models, photographs, 
materials, objects, books, apparatus, 
etc., illustrating courses of instruction 
and methods and results of research. 

■ New Jersey State Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station, New Brunswick, N. J. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, ma- 
terials, objects, books, apparatus, etc., 
illustrating courses of instruction and 
methods and results of research. 

New Mexico, New Mexico College of 
Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Me- 
silla Park N. M. Charts, maps, models, 
photographs, materials, objects, books, 
apparatus, etc., illustrating courses of 
instruction; and methods and results of 
research. 

Agricultural Experiment Station of 
New Mexico, Mesilla Park, N. M. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, ma- 
terials, objects, books, apparatus, etc., 
illustrating courses of instruction and 
methods and results of research. 

New York, New York Agricultural Ex- 
periment Station, Geneva, N. Y. Maps, 
charts, models, photographs, materials, 
objects, books, apparatus, etc., illustra- 
ting courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 
Cornell University Agricultural Expe- 
riment Station, Ithaca, N. Y. Maps, 



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charts, models, photographs, materials, 
objects, books, apparatus, etc., illustra- 
ting courses of instruction- and methods 
and results of research. 
North Carolina, The North Carolina Col- 
lege of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, 
West Raleigh, N. C. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, objects, 
books, apparatus, etc., illustrating 
courses of instruction and methods and 
results of research. 

North Carolina Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station, West Raleigh, N. C. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, ma- 
terials, objects, books, apparatus, etc., 
illustrating courses of instruction and 
methods and results of research. 

North Dakota, North Dakota Agricultural 

College, Agricultural College, N. D. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, ma- 
terials, objects, books, apparatus, etc., 
illustrating courses of instruction and 
methods and results of research. 
North Dakota Agricultural Experiment 
Station, Agricultural College, N. D. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, ma- 
terials, objects, books, apparatus, etc., 
illustrating courses of instruction and 
methods and results of research. 
Ohio, The Colleges of Agriculture and 
Domestic Science and of Veterinary 
Medicine, Columbus, Ohio. Maps, 
charts, models, photographs, materials, 
objects, books, apparatus, etc., illus- 
trating courses of instruction and 
methods and results of research. 
Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, 
Wooster, Ohio. Maps, charts, models, 
photographs, materials, objects, books, 
apparatus, etc., illustrating courses of 
instruction and methods and results of 
research. 

Oklahoma, Oklahoma Agricultural and 

Mechanical College, Stillwater, Okla. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, ma- 
terials, objects, books, apparatus, etc., 
illustrating courses of instruction and 
methods and results of research. 
Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment 
Station, Stillwater, Okla. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrating 
courses of instruction and methods and 
results of research. 
Oregon, Oregon State Agricultural Col- 
lege, Corvallis, Ore. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, objects, 
books, apparatus, etc., illustrating 
courses of instruction and methods and 
results of research. 

Oregon Experiment Station, Corvallis, 
Ore. Maps, charts, models, photo- 
graphs, materials, objects, books, ap- 
paratus, etc., illustrating courses of in- 
struction and methods and results of 
research. 



Pennsylvania, The Pennsylvania State 

College Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, State College, Pa. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrating 
courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 

Porto Rico, Porto Rico Agricultural Ex- 
periment Station, Mayaguez, Porto 
Rico. (Under the direction of the U. 
S. Office of Experiment Stations, 
Washington, D. C.) Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, apparatus, etc., illustrating 
courses of instruction and methods and 
results of research. 

Rhode Island, Rhode Island College of 
Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Kings- 
ton, R. I. Maps, charts, models, photo- 
graphs, materials, objects, books, ap- 
paratus, etc., illustrating courses of in- 
struction and methods and results of 
research. 

Rhode Island Agricultural Experiment 
Station, Kingston, R. I. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, objects, 
books, apparatus, etc., illustrating 
courses of instruction and methods and 
results of research. 

South Carolina, Clemson Agricultural 
College of South Carolina. Clemson 
College, S. C. Maps, charts, models, 
photographs, materials, objects, books, 
apparatus, etc., illustrating courses of 
instruction and methods and results of 
research. 

South Carolina Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station, Clemson College, S. C. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, ma- 
terials, objects, books, apparatus, etc., 
illustrating courses of instruction and 
methods and results of research. 

South Dakota, South Dakota Agricultural 
College, Brookings, S. D. Maps, 
charts, models, photographs, materials, 
objects, books, apparatus, etc., illustra- 
ting courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 
South Dakota Agricultural Experiment 
Station, Brookings, S. D. Maps, 
charts, models, photographs, materials, 
objects, books, apparatus, etc., illustra- 
ting courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 

Tennessee, State Agricultural and Me- 
chanical College of the University of 
Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. Maps, 
charts, models, photographs, materials, 
objects, books, apparatus, etc., illustra- 
ting courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 
Tennessee Agricultural Expenment 
Station, Knoxville, Tenn. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrating 
courses of instruction and methods and 
results of research. 



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Dabney, Charles W., University of 

Tennessee, Knoxville. Monograph on 
agricultural education. 

Texas, Agricultural and Mechanical Col- 
lege of Texas, College Station, Tex. 
Maps, charts, models, photographs, ma- 
terials, objects, books, apparatus, etc., 
illustrating courses of instruction and 
methods and results of research. 
Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, 
College Station, Tex. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustra- 
ting courses of instruction and meth- 
ods and results of research. 

United States Bureau of Education, 
Washington, D. C. Maps, charts, 

, photographs, books, documents, ob- 
of education in agriculture and me- 
jects. etc., illustrating American system 
chanic arts. ■ 

United States Office of Experiment Sta- 
tions, Washington, D. C. INIaps, charts, 
photographs, books, documents, ob- 
jects, etc., illustrating American sys- 
tem of research in agriculture and me- 
chanic arts. 

Utah, Agricultural College of Utah, 
Logan. Utah. Maps, charts, models, 
photographs, materials, objects, books, 
apparatus, etc.. illustrating courses of 
instruction and methods and results of 
research. 

Agricultural Experiment Station, Lo- 
gan. Utah. Maps, charts, models, 
photographs, materials, objects, books, 
apparatus, etc., illustrating courses of 
instruction and methods! and results of 
research. 

Vermont, State Agricultural College, 
Burlington, Vt. Maps, charts, models, 
photographs, materials, objects, books, 
apparatus, etc., illustrating courses of 
instruction and methods and results of 
research. 

Vermont Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, Burlington, Vt. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, aparatus, etc., ilustrating 
ting courses of instruction and methods 
and results of research. 

Virginia, Virginia Agricultural and Me- 
chanical College and Polytechnic In- 
stitute, Blacksburg, Va. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrating 
courses of instruction and methods and 
results of research. 

Virginia Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, Blacksburg, Va. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustra- 
ting courses of instruction and meth- 
ods and results of research. 

Washington, Washington Agricultural 
College and School of Science, Pull- 
man, Wash. Maps, charts, models. 



photographs, materials, objects, books, 
apparatus, etc., illustrating courses of 
instruction and methods and results of 
research. 

Washington Agricultural Experiment 
Station, Pullman, Wash. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustrating 
courses of instruction and methods and 
results of research. 

West Virginia, West Virginia Agricul- 
tural Experiment Station, Morgantown, 
W. Va. Maps, charts, models, photo- 
graphs, materials, objects, books, ap- 
paratus, etc., illustrating courses of in- 
struction and inethods and results of 
research. 

Wisconsin, College of Agriculture of the 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 
]\Iaps, charts, models, photographs, ma- 
terials, objects, books, apparatus, etc., 
illustrating courses of instruction and 
methods and results of research. 

Wisconsin, Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion of the University of Wisconsin, 
Madison, Wis. Maps, charts, models, 
photographs, materials, objects, books, 
apparatus, etc., illustrating courses of 
instruction and methods and results of 
research. 

Wyoming, College of Agriculture of the 
University of Wyoming, Laramie, 
Wyo. Maps, charts, models, photo- 
graphs, materials, objects, books, ap- 
paratus, etc., illustrating courses of in- 
struction and methods and results of 
research. 

Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, Laramie, Wyo. Maps, charts, 
models, photographs, materials, ob- 
jects, books, apparatus, etc., illustra- 
ting courses of instruction and meth- 
ods and results of research. 

GROUP 6. 
SPECIAL EDUCATION IN COM- 
MERCE AND INDUSTRY. 

Albany Business College, Albany, N. Y. 

Photographs, students' work. With 
State Exhibit. 
Berlitz School of Languages, The, St. 
Louis. Publications, methods of teach- 
ing, etc. Block 12: aisle F. 
Binghamton School of Business, Bing- 
hamton, N. Y. Photographs. With 
State Exhibit. 
Boston, Mass., School Committee of. Pu- 
pils' work from '"educational centers." 
Brown's Business Colleges, Peoria, 111. 
"Active" and "Still" exhibits. S. W. 
Vestibtile. 
A group of sixteen high grade business 
schools, with an annual attendance of 
5,000 students, located in the most pros- 
perous cities of the Mississippi Valley, 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



viz: Jacksonville, Peoria, Decatur, Gales- 
burg, Bloomington, Ottawa, Centralia, 
Champaign, Rockford, Moline, Rock Is- 
land, Streator, Danville, 111.,' Terre Haute, 
Ind., Davenport, la. and St. Louis, -\lo. 
Bowling Green Business College, Bowl- 
ing Green, Ky. Students' work. With 
" State Exhibit. 

Bowling Green School of Telegraphy, 
Civil Service, Railroad and Express, 
Bowling Green, Ky. Students' work, 
photographs. With State Exhibit. 
Clarkson Memorial School of Techno- 
logy, Potsdam, N. Y. Photographs, 
charts, students' work, administrative 
blanks. With State Exhibit. 
Cornplanter Indian School, Warren, Pa. 
Sewing, whittling, photographs. With 
State Exhibit. 
Hailman, William N., Dayton, Ohio. 
Alonograph on the education of the 
Indian. 
Hampton Normal and Agricultural Insti- 
tute, Hampton, Va. Educational work 
of Negro and Indian young men and 
women. Block 7; aisle 2. 
Hantke's Brewers School and Labora- 
tories, Milwaukee, Wis. Educational 
appliances for lectures on Eermeuy 
tology. North West Vestibule. 
Haverford College, Haverford, Pa. Iron 
work, pictures, catalogues, pamphlets. 
W^ith State Exhibit. 
Hayward Training School, Hayward, 
Wis. Bent work, photographs, sewing. 
With State Exhibit. 
Henley Business College, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Photographs, students' work. With 
State Exhibit. 
Home Institute, New Orleans, La. 
Night school for working men and 
boys. Students' work, drawings, maps, 
literary work. With State Exhibit. 
Indian School, Carlisle, Pa. Photo- 
graphs of Indian chiefs, students. 
With State Exhibit. 
Indian School of U. S., Hayward, Wis. 
Embroidery, lace, photographs, sew- 
ing. With State Exhibit. 

Indian School of U. S., Lac Du Flam- 
beau, Wis. Bead-work, sewing. 
With State Exhibit. 

Industrial School, The, Rochester, N. Y. 

Photographs, pupils' work. With State 
Exhibit. 
James, Edmund J., Northwestern Uni- 
versity, Evanston, 111. Monograph on 
commercial education. 
Jones Commercial College, St. Louis, Mo. 
Business, shorthand, telegraphy, pen 
art, etc. Block 6; aisle H. 
Business, shorthand, telegraphy, English, 
plain and ornamental penmanship and 
typewriting thoroughly taught. 



Lamson Business College, Phoenix, 

Ariz. Students' work, photographs. 
With State Exhibit. 

Louisville Business College, Louisville, 
Ky. Photographs and students' work. 
With State Exhibit. 

Manhattan Trade School for Girls, New 
York City. Photographs, pupils' work, 
administrative blanks. With State Ex- 
hibit. 

New York Trade School, New York City. 
Photographs, charts, courses of study. 
With State Exhibit. 

New York State School of Clayworking 
and Ceramics, Alfred. Students' work, 
apparatus. With State Exhibit. 

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. Courses 
of instruction in industrial arts and 
science. Block 7; aisle 2. 

Salem Commercial School, Salem, Mass. 
Geo. P. Lord, Principal. Written 
work of students. With State Exhibit. 

St. Agnes' Industrial School. New 
Orleans, La. Crotchet and fancy work. 
With State Exhibit. 

School of Industrial Art, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Photographs, arithmetic, draw- 
ings, metal work, carved wood, textile 
work. With State Exhibit. 

Soule College, New Orleans, La. Work 
of model commercial college. With 
State Exhibit. 

Spencerian Commercial School, Cleve- 
land. Block 7; aisle 2. 

Springfield, Mass., School Committee of 
Evening Trade School. Course of 
study, methods of instructions, statis- 
tics. With State Exhibit. 

Spring Garden Institute, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Drafting, machine work, wood 
work, art, electrical machines. With 
Pennsylvania State Exhibit. 

State Indian School, New York. (Col- 
lective exhibit.) Photographs, pupils' 
work. With State Exhibit. 

Stout Manual Training School, Meno- 
monee. Wis. Drawings, manual train- 
ing, paintings. With State Exhibit. 

Technical School for Carriage Draughts- 
men, New York City. Block 7: 
aisle 2. 

Tulane University of Louisiana, New 
Orleans. Students' work, shop work, 
drawings, art school exhibit, pottery, 
publications. With State Exhibit. 

Washington, Booker T., Tuskegee Insti- 
tute, Tuskegee. Monograph on edu- 
cation of the Negro. 

Woodbine Settlement, Woodbine, N. J. 
Photographs, pupils' work, m a p s, 
charts, statistics, etc. Block 6; aisle I. 

Young Mens' Christian Association, 
(night school). New Orleans, La. 
Methods and statistics. With State 
Exhibit. 



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Zymotechnic Institute, Chicago. Block i 



aisle 6. 



GROUP 7. 



EDUCATION OF DEFECTIVES. 

Location: Block 4. Aisles 4 and 5. 

Allen, Edward Ellis, Overbrook, Pa. 

^Monograph on education of defectives. 
American Association of the Instructors 

of the Blind. (Collective exhibit.) 

]\todel school for the blind. 
American Printing House for the Blind. 

Louisville, Ky. Books, maps. 
Appleton School for the Deaf, Appleton, 

Wis. Drawings, photographs, sewing. 

With State Exhibit. 
Arkansas Deaf-Mute Institute, Little 

Rock, Ark. Classes for the model 

school. 
Ashland School for the Deaf, Ashland, 

Wis. Drawings, sewing. With State 

Exhibit. 
Black River Falls School for the Deaf, 

Black River Falls, Wis. Drawings, 

sewing. 
Boston, Mass., School Committee of 

Horace Mann School for the Deaf. 

Courses of study, pupils' work, methods 

of instruction. 
Boston School for the Deaf. Courses of 

study, methods of instruction, etc. 
Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind, 

Colorado Springs. School and indus- 
trial work. Classes for the model 

school. Located in State Exhibit. 
Convention of American Instructors of 

the Deaf. (Collective exhibit.) Schools 

for the deaf. 
Delavan School for the Deaf, Delavan, 

Wis. Manual training, photographs. 

With State Exhibit. 
Eau Claire School for the Deaf, Eau 

Claire, Wis. Drawings, photographs, 

sewing. With State Exhibit. 
Gallaudet College, Washington, D. C. 

College work, photographs of buildings 

and classes. 
Groton School for the Deaf, Groton, 

Conn. School work. With State Ex- 
hibit. 
Illinois Institution for the Education of 

the Blind, Jacksonville, 111. School and 

industrial work. Classes for the model 

school. 
Illinois Institution for the Education of 

the Deaf, Jacksonville, IlL Classes and 

model schools. 
Institution for the Improved Instruction 

of Deaf Mutes, New York City. Pho- 
tographs. 

Kentucky Institution for the Education 

of the Blind, Louisville. School and 
industrial work. 



Lewis Phono-Metric Institute and School 

for Stammerers, The, Detroit, Mich. 
Methods of correcting speech. 
Louisiana Institution for the Education 
of the Deaf, Baton Rouge, La. Stu- 
dents' work, shoes, printing, mantel, 
model steamboat. 

Maryland School for the Blind. Balti- 
more. Dictionar}' for the blind. 

Massachusetts School for the Feeble 
Minded, Waverly. jN'Jass. Photograph 
and descriptive letter press. 

Massachusetts School and Perkins Insti- 
tute for the Blind, South Boston. Pho- 
tographs, school and industrial work. 

Milwaukee School for the Deaf, Milwau- 
kee, ^^'is. Drawings, photographs, 
sewing. With State Exhibit. 

Missouri School for the Blind, St. Louis. 
Classes, school and industrial work. 

Missouri School for the Deaf, Fulton. 
Classes, school and industrial work. 

Nebraska Institute for the Deaf, Omaha. 
Classes in model schools. School and 
industrial work. Located in Nebraska 
Educational Exhibit. 

Neillsville School for the Deaf, Neills- 
ville. Wis. Bead-work, drawings. With 
State Exhibit. 

New Jersey School for the Deaf, Trenton. 
Work of the pupils. 

New York Institution for the Blind, The, 
New York City. Devices and machines 
for writing. Industrial work. 

New York Institution for the Instruction 
of the Deaf and Dumb, New York City. 
Photographs, students' work, adminis- 
trative blanks, models. 

New York State School for the Blind, 
Batayia. Photographs, students' work, 
administrative blanks, apparatus. 

Ohio Institution for the Education of the 
Deaf, Columbus. Classes in the model 
schools: school and industrial work. 

Oshkosh School for the Deaf, Oshkosh, 
Wis. Drawings, photographs. With 
State Exhibit. 

Pennsylvania Home Teaching Society 
and Free Circulating Librar}^ for the 
Blind, The, Philadelphia. Alphabets, 
photographs, statistics, class. 

Pennsylvania Institution for the Instruc- 
tion of the Blind, Overbrook. Special 
features of institution plant. 

Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf, 
Mount Airy, Philadelphia. Photos, 
statistics and pupils' work. 

School for the Deaf of North Dakota, 
Devils Lake. Pictures, school work. 

Sparta School for the Deaf, Sparta, 'Wis. 
Drawings. With State Exhibit. 

Superior School for the Deaf, Superior, 
Wis. Drawings. With State Exhibit, 

Texas Institution for the Blind, Austin. 
School and industrial work. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Utah State School for the Deaf and the 

Blind, Ogden. Classes in the model 
schools. 

Volta Bureau, The, Washington. Pub- 
lications and statistics relating to the 
deaf; gallery of prominent international 
educators. 

Wade, William, Oakmont, Pa. Photo- 
graphs, work of the deaf-blind. 

Wausau School for the Deaf, Wausau, 
Wis. Drawings, photographs, sewing. 
With State Exhibit. 

Western New York Institution for the 
Deaf Mutes, Rochester. Photographs, 
charts, students' work, administrative 
blanks. 

Wisconsin School for the Blind, Janes- 
ville. Mailuscript books, manual train- 
ing, photographs, printing, piano action 
reports. With State E.xhibit. 

Wisconsin School for Deaf, Delavan. 
Manual training, photographs. With 
State Exhibit. 

GROUP 8. 

SPECIAL FORMS OF EDUCATION 
—TEXT BOOKS— SCHOOL FUR- 
NITURE AND SCHOOL AP- 
PLIANCES. 

American Book Co., New York. School 

and college text books. Block 7; 
aisle I. 
The publications of this house are used 
in all English-speaking, and in some 
Spanish and Portugese-speaking coun- 
tries. At the Paris Exposition, 1900, it 
was awarded Two Grand Prix, One Gold 
Medal and Two Silver Medals for su- 
perior textbooks. This constituted the 
highest honors ever conferred upon an 
educational publishing house. 
American Library Association. Collec- 
tive exhibit. Installed in Missouri 
building. 
American School Board Journal, The., 

Milwaukee, Wis. Publications. 
American School Furniture Co., New 
York. School furniture and appliances. 
Block 7; aisle i. 
Andrews, A. H., Co., The, Chicago, 111. 
School furniture and appliances. Block 
4; aisle 4. 
Arithmo Game Board Co., St. Louis. 

Block I ; aisle A. 
Bardeen, C. W., Syracuse, N. Y. Books 
for teachers, correspondence school. 
Block 7; aisle i. 
Largest list of teachers' books published. 
Gold medals Paris, 1889 and 1900; medal 
and diploma, Chicago, 1893. 
Beck Literary Society, Albany, N. Y. 
Administrative blanks, programs, pub- 
lications. With State Exhibit. 



Besseler, Charles, & Co., Stereopticans 

and lanterns for schools. Block 2; 
aisle A. 

Boston, Mass., School Committee of. 
Charts, ' plans, circulars, etc, of free 
public lectures. 

Briggs, Mrs. John, Omaha, Neb. Books, 
literary productions. With State Ex- 
hibit. 

Cattell, James McKeen, New York. 
Monograph on scientific societies and 
associations. 

Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, N 
Y. Photographs, charts, administra- 
tive blanks. With New York State 
Exhibit. 

Chautauqua Association, Devils Lake, 
North Dakota. Photographs and pro- 
grams. With State Exhibit. 

City History Club of New York, New 
York. Photographs, charts, pupils' 
work. With the State Exhibit. 

Colorado Federation of Women's Clubs, 
Brighton, Colo. Traveling library, 
traveling picture gallery, photographs 
of decorated schoolrooms, Pingree gar- 
dens. With State Exhibit. 

Compensating Pipe Organ Co., The, Bat- 
tle Creek, Mich. School combination 
pipe and reed organ. Block 4; aisle 4. 

Cosmos Pictures Co., New York. Pic- 
tures and photographs. Block i; 
aisle A. 

Designs for Heat Regulators (W. S. 
Johnson), Milwaukee, Wis. With State 
Exhibit. 

Designs for School Houses and Libraries 
(Van Ryn & De Gulleke), Milwaukee, 
Wis. Drawings. With State Exhibit. 

Dodd, Mead & Co., Chicago, 111. Pub- 
lications, international encyclopedia. 
Block 7; aisle i. 

Dustless-Brush Company, Milwaukee, 
Wis. Drawings. With State Exhibit. 

Educational Publishing Co., Chicago. 
School text books, supplementary read- 
ing, school libraries. Block 8; aisle i. 

Publishers of Popular Educator, Primary 

Education, The Augsburg Drawing Sys- 
tem, Sprague readers. Everyday English. 

Elson, A. W., & Co., Boston, Mass. 
Carbon photographs and photograv- 
ures of old and modern masters. Block 
2; aisle A. 

Federation de I'Alliance Francaise aux 
Etats Unis, New York. Block i, aisle 
.A. 

Funk & Wagnalls Co., New York. Dic- 
tionaries, readers. Block 6, aisle J. 

Gallagher, R. E., Hamilton, Canada. 
Text books and students' work of com- 
mercial schools. 

Ginn & Co., Boston, Mass. Educational 
publications. Block 7, aisle i. 



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Goodyear-Marshall Pub. Co., Cedar 

Rapids. Commercial text books and 
other publications. 

Graham, A. J., & Co., Publishers, New 
York City, N. Y. Shorthand publica- 
tions for schools and colleges. 

Gregg, John R., Chicago. Shorthand, 
publications for schools and colleges. 

Hall & Brown, St. Louis, Mo. Manual 
training, school fixtures, lathes, saws, 
wood working instruments. 

Kiote Publishing Co., Lincoln, Neb. 
Books, bound magazine, literary pro- 
ductions, posters. With State Exhibit. 

Larrabee, William H., Plainfield, N. J. 
^Jonograph on education through the 
agencies of religious organizations. 

Lincoln Women's Club, Lincoln, Neb. 
Educational work of Lincoln Women's 
Club. With State Exhibit. 

Merriam, G. & C, Co., Springfield, Mass. 

Dictionaries. Block 7, Aisle i. 

The Authentic Webster Series. The In- 
ternational, new and enlarged, contains 
25,000 new words, new Gazetteer, new 
Biographical Dictionary, 2,380 pages, 
5,000 illustrations; The Collegiate, 1,100 
pages. 1,400 illustrations, 7 x 10 x 25^ in., 
.the same reduced in size, thin paper, 
limp covers, also the Academic, High, 
Common, Primary and other dictionaries. 

Miehle Printing Press and Manufactur- 
ing Co., The, Chicago, 111. School 
printing press equipment. Block 4, 
aisle 4. 

Milton-Bradley Co., Springfield, Mass. 

Kindergarten materials. Block 7, 
aisle I. 
This exhibit is in charge of Thomas 
Charles Co., Chicago, Northwestern 
Agents of Milton-Bradley Co. 
Mumford, A. W., Chicago. Kindergar- 
ten nature text books. Block 7, aisle i. 
The only series of pictures in the world 
of birds, animals, flowers, etc., in colors 
true to nature. 

Nelson, N. O., Co., St. Louis, Mo. 

School toilet room fixtures. Block 3, 
aisle 5. 

Omaha Women's Club, Omaha, Neb. 

Educational work of Omaha Women's 
Club. With State Exhibit. 

O'Sullivan, E. J., Petrolia, Canada. Text 

books and students' work of commer- 
cial schools. 

Packard, S. S., Publisher, New York 

City. Commercial Text-books and 
other publications. 

Perry Pictures Co., The, Maiden, Mass. 

Pictures for school room decorations. 
Block 3, aisle 5. 



Piasa Chautauqua, Piasa Bluffs, II!. 

Block 7, aisle 2. 

Pitmanic Phonograph Institute, New 

York. Shorthand publications, text 
books, etc. 

Powers and Lyons, Chicago. _ Commer- 
cial text books and other publications. 

Practical Text Book Co., Cleveland. 

Text books and other publications for 
commercial schools. 

Prang Educational Co., New York. 

Publications illustrating system of 
drawing. Block 7, aisle i. 

Public School Publishing Co., The, 

Bloomington, 111. Publications. 

Rand, McNally & Co., Chicago. School 

books, school maps, school and library 
globes. Block 7, aisle i. 

Reek, Joseph, Neenah, Wis. Black 

boards. N. E. Vestibule. 

Robbins, Chas. M., Co., The, Attleboro, 

Mass. Badges, college pins, emblems. 
Block 9. aisle E. 

Sadler, Rowe & Co., Baltimore. Text 

books and other publications, for com- 
mercial schools. 

Silver, Burdett and Co., New York. 

School and college text books. Block 

7, aisle I. 
IMusical instruction books, standard liter- 
ature, New York, Boston, Chicago, Phila- 
delphia, Atlanta, San Francisco, Dallas. 

State Federation of Woman's Clubs, 

]\Iarshalltown. Iowa. Charts, photo- 
graphs. With State Exhibit. 

University Publishing Co., Lincoln, Neb, 

Text books, laboratory manuals, liter- 
ary productions. With State Exhibit. 

Vincent, George E., Chicago, 111. Mon- 
ograph on summer schools and univer- 
sity extension. 

Western Penman Publishing Co., Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. The Palmer method 
of business writing. The Western Pen- 
man. With State Exhibit. 

Wiggins, H. B., Sons Co., Bloomfield, 

N. J. Burlap for school use. Block 
4, aisle 4. 

Wisconsin Journal of Education, Madi- 
son, Wis. Publication. With State 
Exhibit. 

Wrought Iron Range Co., The, St. Louis, 

Mo. Institution and school ranges. 
New Dormitory, Washington Univer- 
sity. 

Zabrowski, Stevens Point, Wis. Model 

window. With State Exhibit. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



ARKANSAS. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 2. AISLE A. 



GROUP I. 

Argenta. Volumes of written work, 
drawings and photographs. 

Arkadelphia. Volumes, photographs. 

Augusta. Volumes of written work, 
photographs and specimens of draw- 
ing. 

Batesville. Volume, photographs. 

Benton. Volumes. 

Bentonville. Volumes, drawings. 

Berryville. Volume. 

Camden. Volumes, photographs. 

Clarendon. Volumes. 

Clinton. Volume. 

Conway. Volumes. 

Craighead County, Schools of. Volumes. 

England. Volumes, drawings. 

Eureka Springs. Special exhibit. 

f'ayetteville. Volumes, drawings, water 
colors, photograplis. 

Fordyce. Volumes. 

Forrest City. Volumes, drawings, note 
books, photograplis. 

Fort Smith. Volumes, work and models 
from manual training, sewing, maps 
and photographs. 

Hamburg. Volumes, drawings, etc. 

Harrison. Volumes. 

Hazen. Volumes. 

Helena. Volumes, numerous drawings. 

Hope. School work. 

Hot Springs. Volumes, drawings, photo- 
graphs. 



Jonesboro. Volumes, drawings, photo- 
graphs. 

Junction. Volumes. 

Lonoke. Volumes, drawings, photo- 
graphs. 

Magnolia. Volum^es. 

Malvern. Volumes. 

Melbourne. Volume. 

Oakdale, White Co. Volume. 

Osceola. Volumes. 

Ozark. Volumes. 

Palestine. Volumes. 

Pulaski Heights. Volume, photographs, 
specimens of sewing. 

Rocky Comfort. Volumes. 

Roe. Volumes. 

Russellville. Volumes. 

Searcy. Volumes, numerous drawings. 

Van Buren. Volumes. 

GROUP 2. 

Amity, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes, photographs. 
Arkansas Baptist College, (colored), 
Little Rock. Model of cottage by pu- 
pils, models from manual training 
school. 
Normal School (colored). Pine Bluffs. 

Photographs. 
Ouachita Baptist College, Arkadelphia. 
; Photographs. 

I Searcy Institute. Bound volumes, photo- 
I graphs. 



ARIZONA. 



LOCATION: BLOCK 2. AISLE B. 



GROUP I. 

Bisbee, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. Photographs. 
Flagstaff, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. 
Flagstaff, Northern Arizona School of. 

Pupils' work. 
Globe, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. Photographs. 
Jerome, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. 

Mesa, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. Photographs. 

Noagles, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. 



Phoenix, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. Photographs. 
Prescott, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. 
St. Johns, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. Photographs. 
Tempe, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. 
Tempe, Normal School of. Pupils' work. 

Photographs. Drawings. 
Tucson, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. 
Williams, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. Photographs. 
Winslow, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. 



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GROUP 2. 

Flagstaff, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. 
Mesa, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. Photographs. 
Phoenix, High School of. Pupils' work. 

Photographs. Drawings. 



Prescott, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

Tempe, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

Territorial Normal School, Tempe. Pho- 
tographs, students' work. 

Tucson, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 



CALIFORNIA. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 2. AISLES A AND B. 



GROUP I. 

Alameda County, Board of Education of, 

Oakland. Rural and town schools, 
general school work from the several 
grades. 

Fresno City and County, Public Schools 
of. General school exhibit work of 
pupils illustrating course of study. 

Kern County, Public Schools of. Bakers- 
field. Primary, grammar and manual 
training, school exhibits. 

Los Angeles County, Public Schools of. 
Pupils' work from the different grades, 
rural and town schools. 

Los Angeles City, Public Schools of. 
General exhibit of city school work. 

Monterey County, Public Schools of, 
Salinas Cit3^ Class room work of pu- 
pils. ♦ 

Marin County, Public Schools of, San 
Rafael. Elementary school work, ap- 
paratus made by pupils. 

Miscellaneous Exhibit of School "Work. 
Photographic exhibit of school build- 
ings, model of school house, manual 
training exhibit. 

Oakland City, Public Schools of. Illus- 
trative work of pupils, all grades. 

Placer County, Public Schools of. Au- 
burn. Rural and town schools, general 
exhibit. 

Redlands, Public Schools of. Miscel- 
laneous educational exhibit. 

Santa Clara County, Public Schools of, 
San Jose. Photographic exhibit of 
school buildings, classes at work, etc. 

Sacramento County, Public Schools of. 
General rural schools' exhibit. 

Sacramento City, Public Schools of. 
Work of grades illustrating course of 
study. 

Sonoma County, Public Schools of, Santa 

Rosa. Miscellaneous school work of 
all grades. 

Santa Cruz County, Public Schools of. 

General exhibit from rural and town 
schools. 



Stockton City, Public Schools of. Rep- 
resentative work, all grades for one 
year; monographs and models. 

San Francisco City and County, Public 
Schools of. Collective school exhibit, 
miscellaneous. 

State School Administration, Supt. Pub. 
Instruction's Office, Sacramento. 

Veritura County, Public Schools of. Pu- 
pils' work, outlying course, rural and 
town schools. 

State Normal School of San Jose. Pho- 
tographs. 

State Normal School of San^iego. Pho- 
tographs. 

State Normal School of Los Angeles. 
Photographs. 

State Normal School of Chico. Photo- 
graphs. 

State Norm.al School of San Francisco. 
Photographs. 

GROUP 2. 

Alameda County, Public Schools of, Oak- 
land. Rural and town schools, general 
school work from the several grades. 

Fresno City and County Public Schools 

of. General school exhibit, work of 
pupils illustrating course of study. 

Hitchcock Military School, San Rafael. 

^Manual training for boys. 

Kern County, Public Schools of, Bakers- 

tield. Primary, grammar and manual 
training school exhibit. 

Los Angeles County, Public Schools of. 

Pupils' work from the different grades, 
rural and town schools. 
Los Angeles City, Public Schools of. 

General exhibit of citj^ school work. 

Monterey County, Public Schools of, 

Salinas City. Class room work of pu- 
pils. 

Marin County, Public Schools of, San 
Rafael. Elementary school work, ap- 
paratus made by pupils. 

Oakland City, Public Schools of. Illus- 
trative work of pupils, all grades. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Placer County, Public Schools of, Au- 
burn. Rural and town schools, general 
exhibit. 

Sacramento City, Public Schools of. 

Work of grades illustrating course of 
study. 

San Francisco City and County, Public 

Schools of. Collective school exhibit, 
miscellaneous. 

Santa Clara County, Public Schools of, 

San Jose. Photographic exhibit of 

school buildings, classes at work, etc. 
Santa Cruz County, Public Schools of. 

General exhibit from rural and town 

schools. 
Sonoma County, Public Schools of, Santa 

Rosa. Miscellaneous school work of 

all grades. 



State School Administration, Supt. Pub. 

Instruction's Office, Sacramento. 

Stockton City, Public Schools of. Rep- 
resentative work, all grades, for one 
3^ear; monographs and models. 

Ventura County, Public Schools of. Pu- 
pils' work outlining course, rural and 
town schools. 

MONOGRAPHS. 
Gillis, J. L. Monograph on Libraries of 

California. 

McChesney, J. B. Monograph on Sec- 
ondary schools in California. 

Overstreet, H. A. Monograph on the 
University of California. 

Sweet, John. Monograph on Elemen- 
tary schools. 

Von Lieu, Dr. C. C. Monograph on 
state normal schools of California. 



COLORADO. 

LOCATION: BLOCK i. AISLE A. 



GROUP I. 

Black Hawk, Board of Education of. 

Specimen work from the eight grades. 

Boulder, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, manuscript work, maps, man- 
uals, reports, etc. 

Colorado Springs, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, reports and pupils' work. 

Denver, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ing, manual training, sewing, kinder- 
garten work and manuscripts. . 

Greeley, Board of Education. Manu- 
scripts, drawings and photographs. 

Lake County, Public Schools of. Photo- 
graphs, drawings, pupils' work, etc. 

La Junta, Board of Education of. Public 
school work. 

Leadville, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings and photographs, and written 
work. 

Mesa County, Public Schools of. Pictures 
of school buildings and pupils' work. 

Ouray, Board of Education of. Work of 
the first grades of the public schools. 

Pitkin County, Public Schools of. Manu- 
script, drawings, etc. 

Pueblo, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work and reports, photographs, man- 
ual training, physical culture, drawing, 
cooking and sewing. 

Rocky Ford, Board of Education of. 
^lanual training, writing and drawing, 
written lessons and examination pa- 
pers. 

State Normal School, Greeley. Training 
school work, drawings, manuscripts, 
arts, crafts work. 



State Department of Public Instruction, 

Denver. Reports and administrative 
blanks. 
Weld County, Public Schools of. Manu- 
script and drawings from 71 rural 
schools and 18 graded schools. 

GROUP 2. 
Blackhawk, Board of Education of. 

Alanuscripts and drawings. , 

Colorado Springs, Board of Education 
of. Photographs, reports and pupils' 
work. 

Denver, Board of Education of. Manual 
i training from high schools, manu- 
scripts covering all subjects in the high 
school course, drawing. 

Greeley, Board of Education of. Manu- 
scripts, drawings, photographs. 

La Junta, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings, photographs, manuscripts. 

Leadville, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings, photographs and written work. 

Pueblo, Board of Education of. Exhibit 
of high school work. 

Rocky Ford, Board of Education of. 
Drawings, photographs and manu- 
scripts. 

State Department of Public Instruction. 
Statistical tables; "Evolution of the 
School House" — a series of six models 
showing the dug-out, sod school house, 
log school house, modern rural school, 
modern graded school, and high school. 

Victor, Board of Education of. Exhibits 
of minerals, collected by pupils of high 
school. 

Wolfe Hall, Denver. Photographs of 
buildings, grounds, class rooms and 
work of pupils. 



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3d 



CONNECTICUT. 



LOCATION: BLOCK 2. AISLE A. 



GROUP I. 

Ansonia, Board of Education of. Arith- 
metic, language, history, geography, 
drawing. 

Bristol, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work in drawing, sewing, arithmetic, 
language, history and geography. 

Deep River, Board of Education of. 
Work of pupils in graded schools. 

Groton, Public Schools of. Drawing. 

Hartford, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, photographs, school reports. 

Meriden, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ing. 

Middletown, Board of Education of. 
Language, drawing, pupils' work. 

New Britain, Board of Education of. 
Arithmetic, language, spelling and 
penmanship. 

New Haven, Board of Education of. 
Manual, industrial, kindergarten and 
elementary school work. 

New London, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work in geography, history, 
grammar, music, drawing, kindergar- 
ten. 

Norwich, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work in arithmetic, language, history. 

North Canaan, Public Schools of. Work 
of rural schools in English and mathe- 
matics. 

Prospect, Public Schools of. Work of 
rural schools in science, drawing, lan- 
guage, geography, arithmetic. 

Southington, Public Schools of. Steno- 
graphic report of school work. 



Stamford, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work in drawing, manual training, etc. 

State Board of Education, Hartford. 
Graphic charts showing organization, 
changes and progress, and school laws, 
reports. 

Waterbury, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work in civics, history, language, 
photographs of school buildings. 

Westbrook, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work in arithmetic, language, writ- 
ing, music and drawing. 

West Chelsea Schools, Norwich. Pupils' 

work from all grades. 

GROUP 2. 

Ansonia, Board of Education of. English, 

history, language and drawing. 

Bridgeport, Board of Education of. Art 
work, language, music, physical educa- 
tion. 

Hartford, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, reports and pupils' work. 

Middletown, Board of Education of. 
High school work. 

New Britain, City Normal School of. 
Course of study in geography, work of 
normal and model school pupils. 

New Haven, City Normal School of. 
Plan of education for common schools, 
cabinets of science, apparatus for 
schools. 

Willimantic, City Normal School of. 
Organization, course of study, typical 
lessons. 



IDAHO. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 12. AISLE E. 



GROUP I. 

Ada County, Board of Education of. 
Photographs. 

Blackfoot, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Boise City, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, pupils' work, drawings. 

Bonner's Ferry, Board of Education of. 
Drawings, pupils' work. 



Caldwell, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, drawings. 

Coeur D'Alene, Board of Education of. 
Photographs. 

Duffey, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

Genesee, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

Glenn's Ferry, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Hope, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. 

Kellogg, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

Kendrick, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils" work, drawings. 

Lewiston, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings. 

Moscow, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, protographs, drawings. 

Mountain Home, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work. 

Nampa, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings, pupils" work. 

Oro Fino, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils" work. 

Pocatello, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils" work. 

Priest, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

Rathdrum, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils" work. 

Sand Point, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs. 

Wallace, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils" work, drawings. 

Wardner, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils" work. 

Weiser, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 



GROUP 2. 

Boise, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils" work, drawings. 

Caldwell, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Coeur D'Alene, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Genesee, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Harrison, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Kendrick, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Lewiston, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, drawings. 

Moscow, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Mountain Home, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work. 

Nampa, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, drawings. 

Payette, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Pocatello, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Sand Point, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Wallace, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Wardner, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Weiser, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, drawings. 



ILLINOIS. 



LOCATION: BLOCK 2. AISLE B. 



GROUP I. 

Anna, Board of Education of. Pictures 

of class rooms, bound work, etc. 

Aurora, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, reports and blanks. 

Bloomington, Board of Education of. 
Photographs of buildings and interiors. 

Bureau County, Public Schools of. 
Views of buildings, etc. 

Cairo, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, drawings, sewing, beadwork, 
bound volumes. 

Carlinville, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work, and drawings. 

Carlyle, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, photographs and reports. 

Centralia, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ing, manual training, domestic science, 
modeling, etc. 

Champaign, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work, reports. 



Clark County, Public Schools of. Pho- 
tographs of buildings, class rooms, 
pupils' work, etc. 

Cook County, Public Schools of. Pho- 
tographs, drawings, maps, pupils' 
work, etc. 

Danville, Board of Education of. His- 
tory, mans and drawings by pupils. 

Delavan, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs of buildings, etc. 

East St. Louis, Board of Education of. 
Photographs of buildings and interiors, 
pupils' work, bound volumes, etc. 

Edgar County, Public Schools of. Model 
school building, etc. 

Evanston, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs of buildings, graphic repre- 
sentations, drawings, etc. 

Farmington, Board of Education of. 
English, science, general work. 

Galesburg, Board of Education of. Work 
of the school. . 



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Galva, Board of Education of. Drawing, 

manual training, kindergarten work. 

Greenview, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs and drawings. 

Griggsville, Board of Education of. 
School garden products and other 
school work. 

Havana, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work, handicraft pro- 
ducts. 

Hillsboro, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawing, language and his- 
tor)-. 

Jasper County, Public Schools of. Pho- 
tographs of teachers, graduat i n g 
classes, etc. 

Joliet, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs of school grounds, buildings and 
interiors. 

Jonesboro, Board of Education of. Mis- 
cellaneous school work. 

Kane County, Public Schools of. Pho- 
tographs of buildings, class work. etc. 

Kankakee, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, class work. etc. 

Kewanee, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, drawings, bound work, etc. 

La Salle County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs and pupils' work. 

Lewistown, Board of Education of. 
Drawings, pictures, bound work, etc. 

Macon County, Public Schools of. Pho- 
tographs of buildings. 

Marion, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten and drawing work. 

Mattoon, Board of Education of. Pic- 
tures, drawings, bound work, etc. 

Monroe County, Public Schools of. Pho- 
tographs, reports, bound volumes. 

Monmouth, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work and manual 
training. 

Murphysboro, Board of Education of. 
Drawings, bound work, etc. 

North Belvidere, Board of Education of. 
Photographs of school buildings and 
interiors. 

North Dixon, Board of Education of. 
Drawings, industrial work, photo- 
graphs. 

Pana. Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, drawings, etc. 

Peoria, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, graphic representations, draw- 
ings, modeling, maps, bound work, etc. 

Peru, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs of school buildings. 

Piatt County, Public Schools of. Photo- 
graphs and school work. 

Pike County, Public Schools of. Photo- 
graphs and pupils' work. 

Pontiac, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings, photographs and reports. 

Polo, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, etc. 



Rochelle, Board of Education of. Bound 

work, drawings, science work and sew- 
ing, photographs. 

Rockford, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs and pupils' work. 

Rock Island, Board of Education of. 
Drawings, manual training work, pro- 
grams. 

Sangamon County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs, pupils' work, blanks. 

Springfield, Board of Education of. 
Drawing, science work, sewing and 
photograph}^ 

Whiteside County, Public Schools of. 
Views of buildings, class rooms, etc. 

Woodford County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs, reports, bound volumes. 

STATE NORMAL SCHOOLS. 

Carbondale, State Normal School of. 

Topographical maps, photographs of 
buildings, grounds, laboratories, muse- 
urn and library, construction work by 
children in training school, manuscripts 
by classes, apparatus, etc. 

Charleston, State Normal School of. 
Pupils' work, courses of study, photo- 
graphs. 

De Kalb, State Normal School of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work, reports. 

Macomb, State Normal School of. Draw- 
ings, photographs of grounds and 
buildings, miscellaneous work. 

Normal, State Normal University of. 
Complete equipment. 

GROUP 2. 

Aurora, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work, photographs, reports. 

Bloomington, Board of Education of. 
High school work. 

Centralia, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, etc. 

Champaign, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs of buildings and school 
rooms. 

Delavan, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, etc. 

East St. Louis, Board of Education of. 
Regular class work, photographs. 

Farmington, Board of Education of. 
Bound volumes, pupils' work, etc. 

Galesburg, Board of Education of. High 
school work, graphic representations. 

Havana, Board of Education of. Labora- 
tories, portfolios and note books. 

Highland Park Township, Board of Edu- 
cation of. Photographs, class work, 
etc. 

Joliet Township, Board of Education of. 
Laboratories, courses of study, reports, 
etc. 

Kankakee, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, drawings, pupils' work, etc. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Kewanee, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work, etc. 

La Salle-Peru Township, Board of Edu- 
cation of. Photographs of school 
buildings and laboratories, photographs 
and drawings. 

Lewistown, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, drawings, bound work, etc. 

Marion, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten and drawing work. 

Mattoon, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work, etc. 

Murphysboro Township, Board of Edu- 
cation of. Photographs, class work, 
etc. 

Oak Park-River Forest Township, Board 
of Education of. Photographs and 
pupils' work. 

Ottawa Township, Board of Education 
of. Photographs, drawings, maps, 
bound work, etc. 

Pana, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, etc. 

Peoria, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, graphic representations, 
drawings, etc. 



Polo, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, etc. 
Pontiac Township, Board of Education 

of. Pupils' work, photographs, re- 
ports. 

Princeton Township, Board of Education 
of. School work, photographs, maps, 
drawings, etc. 

Rockford, Board of Education of. High 
school work. 

Roseville Township, Board of Education 
of. Photographs, written work. 

Savanna Township, Board of Education 
of. Photographs, class work, etc. 

Springfield, Board of Education of. 
Drawings, science and pupils' work. 

Sterling-Coloma Township, Board of Ed- 
ucation of. Photographs, drawings and 
pupils' written work. 

Streator Township, Board of Education 
of. Educational and liistorical exhibit. 
Photographs, drawings, maps, bound 
work, etc. » 

Taylorville Township, Board of Educa- 
tion of. Photographs, etc. 



INDIANA. 



LOCATION: BLOCK 2. AISLE A. 



GROUP I. 

Alexandria, Board of Education of. . Pho- 
tographic and art display, pupils' work. 

Attica, Board of Education of. Kinder- 
garten, art and manual training work. 

Bedford, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, photographic and art displays. 

Bloomfield, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs and reports. 

Bloomington, Board of Education of. 
Photographs of schools and equipment, 
apparatus and bound volumes. 

Bluflfton, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs and reports. 

Boonville, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs and reports. 

Bremen, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs and reports. 

Brookville, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs, reports. 

Butler, Board of Education of. Art ex- 
hibit and pupils' manuscript. 

Cambridge City, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work, photographs and reports. 

Carthage, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
manuscript, art display and photo- 
graphs of schools and equipment. 

Cayuga, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, photographs, reports. 
Central Indiana Normal School. 



Colfax, Board of Education of. * Manu- 
scripts and mounts of art work of 
schools. 

College Corner, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work, photographs of schools 
and equipment. 

Columbus, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work in all courses of instruction. 
Photographic and art exhibit. 

Connersville, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work in all courses of instruc- 
tion. Photographic and art exhibit. 

Corydon, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. Industrial work in Colored 
schools. 

Covington, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs of buildings and equipment. 

Crown Point, Board of Education of. 
]Manuscript exhibit of work of schools. 

Crawfordsville, Board of Education of. 
Exhibit of schools and equipments. 
Books and manuscripts portraying cur- 
riculum and methods of teaching. 

Delphi, Board of Education of. Exhibit 
of art instruction, graphic representa- 
tion of school gardening, pupils' work. 

Dublin, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs of equipment. 

East Chicago, Board of Education of. 
General exhibit of instruction, with 
special exhibit of work of school of 



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foreign born children, and of the 
courses in manual training and art. 

Elkhart, Board of Education of. Ex- 
hibit of instruction in English com- 
position by means of bound volumes 
of pupils' manuscripts. 

Fort Wayne, Board of Education of. 
Photographic exhibit of schools and 
equipment. Exhibit of art instruction. 

Franklin, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
manuscripts and class note books, 
building plans, photographs of schools 
and equipment and of school move- 
ment for municipal decoration. 

Frankton, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Galveston, Board of Education. Pupils' 
work. 

Gas City, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work in history, exemplifying course 
of instruction. 

Goshen, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, art display and photographic ex- 
hibit of schools and equipment. 

Greencastle, Board of Education of. Ex- 
hibit of art instruction, photographic 
exhibit of equipment, pupils' work. 

Greenfield, Board of Education of. 
Graphs exhibiting methods of instruc- 
tion, photographs of schools, pupils' 
work. 

Greensburg, Board of Education of. 
Photographic exhibit of equipm.ent. 
Exhibit of pupils' work. 

Indiana State Normal School. 

Indianapolis Board of Education of. 
Exhibit of instruction in art, English 
and industrial training. 

Indianapolis, Board of Education of. 
School. 

Kentland, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work and exhibit of art instruc- 
tion. 

Kokomo, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, graphic and photographic repre- 
sentation of equipment; exhibit of art 
work. 

Lafayette, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographic exhibit of schools; complete 
special exhibit of system of instruction 
in penmanship. 

La Porte, Board of Education of. 
Graphics portraying organization and 
administration of schools, methods of 
instruction, results, pupils' work, etc. 
Representation of kindergarten, and 
elementary schools. 

Lawrenceburg, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' manuscripts and photographs. 

Lebanon, Board of Education of. Dis- 
play of pupils' work in grades. 

Liberty, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs and pupils' work. 

Marion, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, display of art and industrial in- 



struction, photographs of schools and 
equipment. 

Michigan City, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work, illustrating scope and 
method of instruction. 

Middletown, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Monon, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, photographic display. 

Monticello, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils manuscripts showing standards of 
efificiency. 

Muncie, Board of Education of. Typical 
pupils' work portraying instruction, 
photographs of schools and equipment. 

New Albany, Board of Education of. 
Photographic exhibit of organization 
and equipment; graphics showing 
methods of instruction; pupils' work; 
photographic records of music instruc- 
tion, etc. 

Noblesville, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work in grades. 

Oden, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
manuscripts. 

Orleans, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work and photographs of schools. 

Pendleton, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils work. 

Pennville, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

Plymouth, Board of Education of. Manu- 
script, pupils' art and manual work and 
photographs. 

Portland, Board of Education of. Gen- 
eral manuscript and photographic ex- 
hibit of work of schools. 

Red Key, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
manuscripts. 

Richmond, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, and pupils' manuscripts, and 
exhibit of art instruction and manual 
training and work of art association. 

Rising Sun, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' manuscripts. 

Roachdale, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Rockville, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Rushville, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

Scottsburg, Board of Education of. 

Manuscripts and photographs. 
Seymour, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

Shelbyville, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs of schools, buildings and 
equipment, pupils' work. 
Sheridan, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, photographs of equipment and 
organization. 
South Bend, Board of Education of. 
Manuscripts and pupils' art work, 
photographs of buildings and schools. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Sullivan, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. 
Terre Haute, Board of Education of. 

Monographs, reports, pupils' work, 
graphics, art, manual and photographic 
exhibits. 
Union City, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils work, art and photographic dis- 
play. 
Valparaiso, Board of Education of. 
Photographic exhibit of equipment, art 
display, pupils' work. 
Valparaiso Normal College, Valparaiso. 
Vevay, Board of Education. Pupils' 

manuscripts. 
Wabash, Board of Education of. School 
work, portrayal of correction of art 
and literature, models of old school 
houses, photographs of schools .and 
equipment. 
Washington, Board of Education of. 
Portrayal of methods of instruction and 
scope of instruction by means of typical 
pupils' work. 
Whiting, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, exhibit of art inspection, photo- 
graphs of schools. 
Wlnamac, Board of Education of. Ex- 
hibit of pupils" work. 
Williamsport, Board of Education of. 
Photographs of schools and pupils' 
manuscript work. 
Winchester, Board of Education of. Gen- 
eral exhibit of typical pupils' work. 
COUNTY SCHOOL EXHIBIT. 
Allen County, Public Schools of. Pho- 
tographic exhibit of school architecture 
and pupils' manuscripts. 
Bartholomew County, Public Schools of. 

Pupils' work. 
Benton County, Public Schools of. Large 
special exhibit of schools, equipment, 
pupils and classes at work, by photo- 
graphs. 
Boone County, Public Schools of. Pho- 
tographs and pupils' manuscripts. 
Brown County, Public Schools of. Pu- 
pils' work and stenographic reports of 
class work. 
Clay County, Public Schools of. Photo- 
graphic exhibit of school architecture 
and pupils' manuscripts. 
Crawford County, Public Schools of. 

Pupils' work and photographs. 
Daviess County, PuIjUc Schools of. Pu- 
pils' work. 
Dearborn County, Public Schools of. 

Photographs and pupils' work. 
Decatur County, Public Schools of. Pu- 
pils' work. 
Delaware County, Public Schools of. 
Special exhibit of concentration of rural 
schools, transportation, etc. 
Dubois County, Public Schools of. Pu- 
pils' work and photographs. 



Fayette County, Public Schools of. Pu- 
pils, work and art in rural schools. 

Floyd County, Public Schools of- Photo- 
graphs and pupils' manuscripts. 

Fountain County, Public Schools of. 
Large photographic exhibit of schools 
and classes at work. 

Franklin County, Public Schools of. 
Large exhibits of pupils' manuscripts, 
industrial training in rural schools. 

Gibson County, Public Schools of. Pu- 
pils' manuscripts and photographs of 
schools. 

Green County, Public Schools of. Photo- 
graphs and manuscripts. 

Hamilton County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs and pupils' work. 

Hancock County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs of schools, and pupils' 
work. 

Hendricks County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs, art work and manu- 
scripts. 

Henry County, Public Schools of. Model 
of old school, rural school architecture, 
rural school art instruction, large ex- 
hibit of pupils' work by townships. 

Howard County, Public Schools of. 
Photographic exhibit of transportation 
of pupils in rural schools. 

Huntington County, Public Schools of. 
Models of school buildings, photo- 
graphic exhibit of school architecture, 
art work of rural schools, pupils' work. 

Jackson County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs of schools and volumes 
of pupils' manuscripts. 

Jasper County, Public Schools of. Pho- 
tographs and pupils' manuscripts and 
art work. 

Jefferson County, Public Schools of. 
Hound volumes of manuscripts. 

Jennings County, Public Schools of. 
Pupils' work. 

Johnson County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs, mounts of art work, pu- 
pils' manuscripts. 

Knox County, Public Schools of. Photo- 
graphs of schools and exhibit of pupils" 
work. 

Kosciusko County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs and pupils' work. 

Lagrange County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs and graphic exhibit of 
schools and school work. 

Lake County, Public Schools of. Large 
photographic exhibit of rural schools, 
pupils' manuscripts and special exhibits. 

La Porte County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs of physical equipment, 
rural school art and pupils' work. 

Madison County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs, mounts of art work, pu- 
pils" manuscripts. 



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Marion County, Public Schools of. Pu- 
pils' manuscripts, photographic exhibit 
of growth of school architecture, art 
and industrial instruction in rural 
schools. 
Marshall County, Public Schools of. 

Photographs and pupils" work. 
Noble County, Public Schools of. 

Graphic exhibit of pupils' work. 
Orange County, Public Schools of. Pu- 
pils' manuscripts. 
Owen County, Public Schools of. Pupils' 

work. 
Pike County, Public Schools of. Pupils' 

work. 
Porter County, Public Schools of. Large 
photographic exhibit of rural schools, 
art instruction and volumes of pupil's 
work. 
Pulaski County, Public Schools of. Large 
special photographic exhibit of schools 
and school architecture and art in- 
struction in rural schools, volumes of 
pupils' work. 
Putnam County, PubHc Schools of. 

Pupils' work. 
Ripley County, Public Schools of. Pu- 
pils' work. 
Rush County, Public Schools of. Photo- 
graphs and pupils' work. 
Shelby County, Public Schools of. Pupils' 

work. 
Spencer County, Public Schools of. . Pho- 
tographic and graphic exhibit of 
schools and school work. 
Starke County, Public Schools of. Pho- 
tographs of country schools and 
volumes of pupils' work 
Steuben County, Public Schools of. 
Exhibit of art in rural schools and 
pupils' manuscripts. 
St. Joseph County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs of schools, art work of 
pupils, pupils' manuscripts. 
Sullivan County, Public Schools of. Plio- 
tographs of schools, art work of pupils, 
pupils' manuscripts. 
Tippecanoe County, Public Schools of. 
Photographic exhibit of school archi- 
tecture, volumes of pupils' manuscripts. 
Tipton County, Public Schools of. Pu- 
pils" manuscripts. 
Union County, Public Schools of.. Photo- 
graphs and pupils' manuscripts and art 
work. 
Vermillion County, Public Schools of. 

Pupils' work. 
Wabash County, Public Schools of. 
Large exhibit of art instruction, school 
architecture and pupils' work. 
Warren County, Public Schools of. 
Large photographic exhibit of rural 
school architecture and volumes of 
manuscripts. 



Washington County, Public Schools of. 

Photographs and pupils' work. 

Wayne County, Public Schools of. Pho- 
tographs of physical equipment. 

Wells County, Public Schools of. Large 
exhibit of pupils" work by townships. 
Photographs and art work. 

White County, Public Schools of. Special 
photographic exhibit of rural and town 
schools. 

GROUP 2. 

Attica, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphic exhibit of laboratories; art and 
manual training. 

BlufFton, Board of Education of. Special 

exhibit of manual training and the 
teaching of foreign languages. 

Corydon, Board of Education of. Ex- 
hibit of pupils' work in secondary 
courses. 

Columbus, Board of Education of. Rep- 
resentation of instruction by pupils" 
work showing development of "teach- 
ing units" in all subjects in higlt 
schools, art instruction. 

Connersville, Board of Education of. 
Photographic and art exhibits. 

Crawfordsville, Board of Education of. 
Exhibit of schools and equipments, 
graphs showing organization and man- 
agement, books and manuscripts por- 
traying curriculum and methods of 
teaching. 

East Chicago, Board of Education of. 
General exhibit of instruction, courses 
in manual training and art. 

Elkhart, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, photographs. 

Fort Wayne, Board of Education of. 
General exhibit of high school instruc- 
tion, large photographic exhibit of 
of schools and equipment, large special 
exhibit of art instruction. 

Greencastle, Board of Education of. 
Exhibit of art instruction, photographic 
exhibit of equipment, pupils' work. 

Goshen, Board of Education of. General 
exhibit o^ pupils' work, art display and 
photographic exhibit of schools and 
equipment. 

Indianapolis, Board of Education of. 
General exhibit of instruction in sec- 
ondary schools, special exhibit of in- 
struction in art, English and industrial 
training. 

Kokomo, Board of Education of. Ex- 
hibit of pupils' work, typical secondary* 
instruction, graphic and photographic 
representation of equipment; exhibit of 
art work. 

La Porte, Board of Education of. 
Graphics portraying organization and 
administration of schools, methods of 
instruction, results, pupils work, etc. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Lebanon, Board of Education of. Gen- 
eral display of pupils' work in high 
school. 

Marion, Board of Education of. Exhibit 

of pupils' work showing scope and 
method of instruction in high schools, 
photographs of schools and equipment. 

Michigan City, Board of Education of. 

General exhibit of pupils" work illus- 
trating scope and methods of instruc- 
tion. 

Muncie, Board of Education of. Typical 

pupils' work portraying instruction, 
photographs of schools and equipment. 

Noblesville, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work in high school. 

Richmond, Board of Education of. Ex- 
hibit of high and elementary schools 
by graphics, photographs and pupils' 
manuscripts, and exhibit of art instruc- 
tion and manual training and work of 
art association. 



Shelbyville, Board of Education of. Ex- 
hibit of art instruction, photographic 
representation of schools, buildings and 
equipment, pupils' work. 

South Bend, Board of Education of. Ex- 
hibit of manuscripts and pupils' art 
work portraying method and scope of 
instruction, photographic exhibit of 
school buildings and schools. 

Terre Haute, Board of Education of. 
Portrayal of all phases of school ad- 
ministration and instruction by means 
of monographs, reports, pupils' work, 
graphics, art, manual and photographic 
exhibits. 

Valparaiso, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographic exhibit of equipment, art dis- 
play, pupils' work. 

Wabash, Board of Education of. Exhibit 
of school work, portrayal of correla- 
tion of art and literature, art instruc- 
tion, manual training, models of old 
school houses, photographs of schools 
and equipment. 



IOWA. 

LOCATION: BLOCK i. AISLE B. 



GROUP I. 

Ackley, Board of Education of. Manual 

training. 

Afton, Board of Education of. Written 
work. 

Ames, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings, cutting cards, designs. 

Anamosa, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings, manual training. 

Angus, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 

Ashton, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training. 

Avoca, Board of Education of. Written 
work. 

Brighton, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 

Burlington, Board of Education of. 
Photograps, written work, drawings, 
manual training. 

Calhoun County, Public Schools of. Rock- 
well City. Photographs, written work, 
drawings, manual training. 

Capital Park Public School, Des Moines. 
" Photographs, written work, drawings, 
manual training. 

Cedar Falls, Board of Education of. 
Written work, drawings, manual train- 
ing work. 

Cedar Rapids, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, written work, drawings, 
manual training, weaving. 



Center Point, Board of Education of. 

Written work. 

Centerville, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs. 

Cleghorn, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 

Council Bluffs, Board of Education of. 
Written work, drawings, manual train- 
ings. 

Creston, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training. 

Davenport, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training work. 

Decorah, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 

Diagonal, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 

East Des Moines, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, written work, drawings, 
manual training. 

East Waterloo, Board of Education of. 
Written work, drawings, manual train- 
ing. 

Elm Grove, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 

Fairfax, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 

Fairfield, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training. 

Fayette, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, manual training. 



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Fayette County, Rural Schools of. West 

Union. Written work, drawings. 
Floyd County, Public Schools of, Charles 
City. Photographs, written work, 
drawings, weaving. 
Grand Junction, Board of Education of. 

Written work. 
Greenfield, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 
Grinnell, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings, manual training. 
Hampton, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 
Harlan, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings, 
manual training. 
Hawarrtcn, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, maps. 
Henry County, Public Schools of, Mount 
Pleasant. Photographs, written work, 
drawings, manual training. 
Highland Park Public Schools, Des 
Moines. Photographs, written work, 
drawings, manual training. 
Hillsdale, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 
Iowa City, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings, 
manual training. 
Iowa County, Public Schools of, Ma- 
rengo. Written work. 
Iowa Falls, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 
Lacona, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings, raf- 
fia weaving. 
Laurens, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 
Le Claire, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 
Le Mars, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work and maps. 
Linn County, Public Schools of, Marion. 
Photographs, written work, drawings, 
manual training. 
Linn County, Public Schools of. Pleas- 
ant Grove Twp. Written work. 
Lorimor, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 
Maquoketa. Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 
Marion, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, written work, drawings. 
Marshalltown, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, written work, drawings, 
manual training. 
Mason City, Board of Education of. Ph»' 
tographs. written work, drawings, 
manual training work. 
Missouri Valley, Board of Education of. 

Written work, drawings. 
Mitchell County, Public Schools of. 
Osage. Photographs, written work, 
drawings, manual training. 
Mount Pleasant, Board ofEducation of. 
Photographs, written work, drawings, 
manual training. i 



Mount Vernon, Board of Education of. 

Written work, manual training. 
Neola, Board of Education of. Written 

work, drawings. 
Oakland Mills, Board of Education of. 

Written work, drawings. 
Oak Park Public Schools, Des Moines. 
Photographs, written work, drawings, 
manual training. 
O'Brien County, Public Schools of, Prin- 
_ gher. Written work. 
Osage, Board of Education of. Written 

work, drawings. 
Osceola County, Twp. Public Schools of, 

Sibley. Written work, drawings. 
Oskaloosa, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written v/ork, drawings, man- 
ual training. 
Ottumwa, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training work. 
Page County, Public Schools of. Cla- 
rinda. Photographs, written work, 
drawings. 
Polk County, Public Schools of, Des 
iMoines. Photographs, written work, 
drawings, manual training work, raf- 
fia weaving. 
Pocahontas County, Public Schools of. 
Pocahontas. Written work, drawings, 
manual training. 
Pocahontas, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings, 
we'aving, 
Pulaski, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 
Russell, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 
Salem, Board of Education of. Photo- 

grapiis, written work. 
Sanborn, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 
Shannon City, Board of Education of. 

Written work. 
Stanton, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, botanical display. 
State Department of Public Instruction, 
Des Moines. Collective exhibit of 
school work. 
State Normal School, Cedar Falls. Pho- 
tographs, courses of study, campus 
plat, faculty and student publications, 
charts showing growth, equipment, etc. 
Shelby County, Public Schools of, Har- 
lan. Photographs,' written work, draw- 
ings, manual training. 
Shelby, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training. 
St. Lucas, Rural Schools of. Written 

work. 
Tipton, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training w&rk. 
Walker, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings, manual training 
work. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Walnut, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, maps. 
Washington County, Board of Education 

of, Washington. Written work, draw- 
ings, manual training. 

Webster City. Board of Education of. 
Photographs, written work, drawings, 
manual training work. 

Wellman, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, collection of seeds. 

West Chester, Board of Education of. 
Written work, drawings. 

West Des Moines"; Board of Education 
of. Photographs, written work, draw- 
ings, manual training work. 

West Oak, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 

Winfieid, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings, manual training. 

Winterset, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training. 



GROUP 2. 

Ackley, Board of Education of. Manual 

training. 

Afton, Board of Education of. Written 
work. 

Ames, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings, cutting cards, designs. 

Anamosa, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings, manual training. 

Ashton, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training. 

Avoca, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 

Brighton, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 

Burlington, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training. 

Capital Park Public Schools, Des Moines. 
Photographs, written work, drawings, 
manual training. 

Cedar^ Falls, Board of Education of. 
Written work, drawings, manual train- 
ing work. 

Cedar Rapids, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, written work, drawings, 
manual training, weaving. 

Center Point, Board of Education of. 
Written work. 

Centerville, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs. 

Council Bluffs, Board of Education of. 
Written work, drawings, manual train- 
ing. 

Creston, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, written work, drawings, manual 
training. 

Davenport, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training work. 

Decorah, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 



Diagonal, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 
East Des Moines, Board of Education of. 

Photographs, written work, drawings, 
manual training. 

East Waterloo, Board of Education of. 
Written work, drawings, manual train- 
ing. 

Fairfax, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 

Fairfield, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training. 

Fayette, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, manual training. 

Grand Junction, Board of Education of. 
Written work. 

Greenfield, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 

Grinnell, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings, manual training. 

Hampton, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 

Harlan, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training. 

Hawarden, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, maps. 

Henry County, Public Schools of, Mt. 
Pleasant. Photographs, written work, 
drawings, manual training. 

Highland Park, Board of Education of, 
Des Moines. Photographs, written 
work, drawings, manual training. 

Hillsdale, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 

Iowa City, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training. 

Iowa Falls, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 

Lacona, Board of Education of. Pho- 
togra])hs, written work, drawings, raf- 
fia, weaving. 

Le Claire, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 

Le Mars, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work and maps. 

Linn County, Board of Education of, 
Marion. Photographs, written work, 
drawings, manual training. 

Marion, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings. 

Marshalltown, Board of Education of. 
Photogruplis, written work, drawings, 
manual training. 

Mason City, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, written work, drawings, 
manual training work. 

Missouri Valley, Board of Education of. 
Written work, drawings. 

Mitchell County, Public Schools of, 
Osage. Photographs, written work, 
drawings, manual training. 

Mount Vernon, Board of Education of. 
Written work, manual training. 



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Neola, Board of Education of. Written 
work, drawings. 

Oak" Park Public Schools, Des Moines. 
Photographs, written work, drawings, 
manual training. 

Osage, Board of Education pf. Written 
work, drawings. 

Oskaloosa, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training. 

Ottumwa, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training work. 

Pocahontas, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, written work, drawings, 
weaving. 

Pulaski, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 

Russell, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 

Sanborn, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 

Stanton, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, botanical display. 

State Department of Public Instruction, 
Des Moines. Collective exhibit of 
school work. 

State Normal School, Cedar Falls. Pho- 
tographs, courses of study, campus 
plat, faculty and student publications, 
charts showing growth, equipment, etc. 



Shelby County, Public Schools of, Har- 
lan. Photographs, written work, draw- 
ings, manual training. 

Shelby, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings, inan- 
ual training. 

Tipton, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training work. 

Training Department, Highland Park 
College, Des Aloines. Written work, 
drawings, manual training. 

Walker, Board of Education of. Written 
work, drawings, manual training work. 

Walnut, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, maps. 

Washington County, Public Schools of, 
Washington. Written work, drawings, 
manual training. 

Webster City, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, written work, drawings, 
manual training work. 

Wellman, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, collection of seeds. 

West Des Moines, Board of Education 
of. Photographs, written work, draw- 
ings, manual training work. 

Winfield, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings, manual training. 

Winterset, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, drawings, man- 
ual training. • 



KANSAS. 



LOCATION: BLOCK i. AISLES A AND B. 



GROUP I. 

Atchison, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, photographs. 

Arkansas City, Board of Education of. 
Two photographs. 

Belle Plaine, Board of Education of. 
Written work in book and on card. 

Beloit, Board of Education of. Miscel- 
laneous work on cards, basket work. 

Bostwick, Miss Grace, lola, Kan. Read- 
ing frame or chart for primary classes. 

Bradford, Miss Mame. Language and 
number charts. 

Caldwell, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs. 

Caldwell, Vena J. Primary number 
chart. 

Chetopa, Board of Education of. Mis- 
cellaneous work in books and on cards, 
blank forms. 

Clark County, PubHc Schools of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Clay Center, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs, drawings. 

Clay County, Public Schools of. Writ- 
ten work in books and on cards. 



Cloud County, Public Schools of. Writ- 
ten work in books and on cards. 
Clyde, Board of Education of. Written 

work and photographs. 

Concordia, Board of Education of. Mis- 
cellaneous work on cards, scrap-book, 
chart, photographs. 

Comanche County, Public Schools of. 
Written work and relief map. 

Cowley County, Public Schools of. Mis- 
cellaneous work on cards, photographs, 
special exhibit. 

Douglas County, Public Schools of. Mis- 
cellaneous work in books. 

El Dorado, Board of Education of. Mis- 
cellaneous work in books and (in cards, 
photographs. 

Ellsworth, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs. 

Ellsworth County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs. 

Franklin County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs. 

Foster, Eli G. Illustrative historical 
chart and maps. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Garnett, Board of Education of. Mis- 
cellaneous work in books, maps on 
cards. 
Geary County, Public Schools of. Mis- 
cellaneous work in books. 
Great Bend, Board of Education of. 
Miscellaneous work in books, maps on 
cards. 

Greenwood County, Public Schools of. 
Pupils' work. 

Haskell County, Public Schools of. Pho- 
tographs. 

Herington, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work in books. 

Hodgeman County, Public Schools of. 
Pupils" work. 

Inman, Board of Education of. Mis- 
cellaneous work in books and on cards. 

lola, Board of Education of. Miscellane- 
ous wDrk in books and on cards, pho- 
tographs. 

Jewell County, Public Schools of. Writ- 
ten work in bonks. 

Johnson County, Public Schools of. One 
frame containing specimens of native 
woods. 

Junction City, Board of Education. Mis- 
cellaneous work in books, photographs 
and drawings on cards, photographs. . 

Kansas City, Board of Education of. 
Miscellaneous written work in books 
and on cards, manual training work, 
photographs. 

Kansas City, Prescott School. Color 
drawings. 

Kansas City, Public Manual Training 
School of. Seal of state and sunflower 
in wood. 

Lane County, Public Schools of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Lawrence, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, drawings, sewing. 

Leavenworth, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work, photogrnphs, basketry, 
drawings. 

Lyon County, Public Schools of. Miscel- 
laneous work on cards, two books of 
forms, photographs. 

Manhattan City, Board of Education of. 
^liscellaneous work in books, photo- 
graphs, kindergarten work, drawings, 
booklets. 

Marion City, Board of Education of. 
^Miscellaneous work, photographs. 

Marion County, Public Schools of. Mis- 
cellaneous work in books and on cards. 

Marshall County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs, booklets. 

Marysville, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs, drawings, kin- 
dergarten. 

McPherson County, Public Schools of. 
^lisccllaneous work in books, photo- 
graphs on cards, chart. 



' Moline, Board of Education of. Miscel- 
laneous work on cards. 
' Moline, Public Schools of. Pupils' work, 
Latin calendar. 

Montgomery County, Public Schools of. 
Relief and other maps. 

Neilson, Elizabeth. Kansas scrap-book. 

Nemaha County, Public Schools of. Mis- 
cellaneous work on manuscripts and on 
cards. 

Newton, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, photographs. 

Norton County, Public Schools of. Pho- 
tographs. 

Oakland, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. International school cor- 
respondence. 

Ottawa, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, drawings, photographs. 

Ottawa County, Grover School. Pho- 
tographs. 

Parsons, Board of Education of. Miscel- 
laneous work in books and on cards, 
forms, maps, photographs. 

Pawnee County, Public Schools of. Mis- 
cellaneous work in books and on cards, 
photographs. 

Peabody, Board of Education of. Mis- 
cellaneous work on cards, vials of 
grains. 

Phillips County, Public Schools of. Mis- 
cellaneous work in books and on cards. 

Pittsburg, Board of Education of. Mis- 
cellaneous written work in books and 
on cards, manual training work, photo- 
graphs. 

Pittsburg, Public Schools of. First 
grade pupils' work, paper flags. 

Pottawatomie County, Public Schools of. 
Pupils' work. 

Rice County, Public Schools of. Large 
relief map of the county, special ex- 
hibit. 

Rosedale, Public Schools of. Pupils' 
work. 

Rossville, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 

Rural Schools. Collective exhibit. 

Russell County, Public Schools of. Writ- 
ten work, photographs. 

Salina, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work, manual training. 

Salina, Manual Training School of. Um- 
brella rack. 

Saline County, Public Schools of. Pho- 
tographs. 

Scott County, Public Schools of. Writ- 
ten worK, photographs. 

Seneca, Board of Education of. Miscel- 
laneous written work in booklets and 
on cards. Photographs. 

Sheldon Kindergarten School, Topeka. 
]\Iiscellaneous kindergarten work. 

State Department of Public Instruction, 
Topeka. Reports and administrative 
blanks. 



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Sterling, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs. 

St. Marys, Board of Education of. Mis- 
cellaneous work on cards. 

Stone, Miss Julia M. Large relief map 
of Kansas. Special exhibit. 

Sumner County, Public Schools of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs. 

Topeka, Board of Education of. Miscel- 
laneous written work in books, manual 
training work, photographs. 

Topeka, Branner Public Manual Train- 
ing School. Carvings on desk. 

Topeka, Sheldon Kindergarten School. 
Kindergarten work. 

Topeka, Sumner School of. Pupils' 
work, relief map of Gettysburg. 

Virgil, Board of Education of. Miscel- 
laneous written work. 

Wamego, Board of Education of. Mis- 
cellaneous written work in books and 
on cards, photographs. 

Waubaunsee County, Public Schools of. 
Written work, basketry. 

Wellington, Board of Education of. 
Photographs. 

Western School Journal. Bound vol- 
umes, current copies. 

Wichita, Board of Education of. Miscel- 
laneous written work in books, manual 
training work, photographs, blank 
forms. 

Wichita County, Public Schools of. Pic- 
tures. 

Wiest, Flora L. Blackboard calendars. 

Williamsburg, Board of Education of. 
Album of photographs. 

Wyandotte County, Public Schools of. 
iviiscellaneous work, photographs. 

GROUP 2. 

Atchison, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, drawings, blank forms. 

Atchison County, High School of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs, blank forms. 

Belle Plaine, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, drawings, photographs. 

Burr Oak, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Caldwell, Board of Education of. Written 
work. 

Chase County, High School of. Pupils' 
work, drawings. 

Cherokee County High School, Board of 
Trustees of. Miscellaneous work on 
cards and in books, photographs. 

Chetopa, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings in ph3rsics and physiology. 

Clay County High School, Board of 
Trustees of. ^Miscellaneous work on 
cards and in booklets; geometrical 
blocks, blank forms, photographs. 

Clyde, Board of Education of. Written 
work. 



Decatur County Higtj School. Written 

work. 

Dickinson County High School, Board 
of Trustees of. Miscellaneous work on 
cards, photographs. 

El Dorado, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, drawings. 

Formoso, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Gove County High School, Board of 
Trustees of. Written work. 

Great Bend, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Herrington, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work. 

Inman, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

lola. Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

Jewell City, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Junction City, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work. 

Kansas City, Board of Education of. 
Miscellaneous written work in books 
and on cards, manual training work, 
photographs. 

Kansas County, High Schools of. Col- 
lective exhibit. 

Kansas State Normal School, Board of 
Regents of. Plans of work, drawings, 
manual training, written work, photo- 
graphs. 

Labette County, High School of. Pu- 
pils' work, drawings. 

Lawrence, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 

Leavenworth, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work, blank forms, drawings. 

Long Island, Board of Education of. 
Written work. 

Manhattan, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, drawings. 

Marion, Board of Education of. Written 
work. 

Montgomery County High School, Board 
of Trustees of. ^Tiscellaneous work 
in books and on cards. 

Newton, Board of Education of. Written 
work. 

Norton County, High School of. Pho- 
tographs. 

Parsons, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, drawings. 

Peabody, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 

Pittsburg, Board of Education of. Man- 
ual training. 

Salina, High School of. Mathematical 
blocks, written work. 

St. Marys, Board of Education of. 
Drawings. 

Seneca, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. Drawings. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Sheridan County High School, Board of 

Trustees of. Written work, photo- 
graphs. 

Sumner County, High School of. Pho- 
tographs. 

Topeka, Board of Education of. Miscel- 



laneous written work in books, manual 
training work, photographs. 

Wamego, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, drawing. 

Wichita, Board of Education of. Manual 
training, large maps of Kansas con- 
structed of native woods. 



KENTUCKY. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 2. AISLE A. 



GROUP I. 



Hazard, PubUc School of. Pictures. 
Hindman, W. C. T. U., Settlement School 

of. Weaving, sewing, basket work, 
manual training, pictures. 

Kensee, Public School of. Students' 
work. 

Lancaster, Graded School of. Pictures 
of school, maps carved m wood. 

Lexington, Board of Education of. Pho- 
graphs, students' work. • 

Louisville, Board of Education of. Kin- 
dergarten and public school work, pic- 
tures of schools. 

Stanford, Graded School of. Students' 
work. 

"Woodlawn, Rural School of. Students' 
work. 

GROUP 2. 

Berea, Berea College of. Pictures, wood- 
work, needle-work, printin.g. 
Bowling Green, Ogden College of. 



Wood turning and carving, clay mold- 
ing. 

Bowling Green, City Schools of. Stu- 
dents" w(^rk in graphic arithmetic. 

Bowling Green, Southern Normal School. 
Students' work. 

Frankfort, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, bound volumes of stud.ents' 
work. 

Hopkinsville, Board of Education of. 
Students' work. 

Lexington, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, bound volumes of stu- 
dents' work. 

Louisville, Board of Education of. High 
school work, pictures of buildings, 
bound volumes of students' work, 
manual training. 



Louisville, Ursuline Academy of. Paint- 
ings, ])ictures, school work. 

Nazareth, Nazareth Academy of. Paint- 
ings, needle-work, bound volumes of 
students' work, catalogues. 

Owensboro, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, students' work. 



LOUISIANA. 

LOCATION: BLOCK i. AISLE A. 



GROUP I. 

Calcasieu, Parish of. School work, liter- 
ary, drawing and manual training. 

De Soto, Parish of. School work. 

East Carroll, Parish of. School work. 

East Feliciana, Parish o^. School work, 
literary and drawing. 

Lafayette, Parish of. School work, liter- 
ar3^ drawing and manual training. 

Mater Dolorosa School, New Orleans. 
School work. 

Morehouse, Parish of. School work. 

New Orleans, Board of Education of. 
School work, kindergarten work and 
drawing. 

St. Alphonsus' Boys' School, New 
Orleans. School work. 

St. Alphonsus' Girls' School, New 
Orleans. School work. 

St. Mary, Parish of. School work. 



Shreveport, Board of Education of. 

. School work, literary, drawing and 
manual training. 

Ursulines Convent, New Orleans. Stu- 
dents' work, drawings, industrial work. 

Vermillion, Parish of. School work, lit- 
erarj^ drawing and manual training. 

Webster, Parish of. School work. 

West Feliciana, Parish of. School work, 
literary and drawing. 

State Department of Public Instruction, 
Baton Rouge. Reports and adminstra- 
tive blanks. 

GROUP 2. 
Academy of the Sacred Heart, New 

Orleans. Pupils' work, literature. 
Academy of the Sacred Heart, New 

Orleans. Pupils' work, literature. 
Holy Cross College, New Orleans. School 

work of pupils. 



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School 



Jesuits' College, New Orleans. 

work of pupils. 
New Orleans University, New Orleans. 

School work of pupils, drawings. 
New Orleans, Board of Education of. 

High school work, literature and draw- 
ing. 



Southern University, New Orleans. Stu 

dents' work, shop work, printing, girls' 
industrial work, specimens of oil. 
Southern Louisiana Industrial Institute, 
LaFayette. Students' work, drawings, 
shop work, exhibit of commercial de- 
partment, industrial work. 



MASSACHUSEITS. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 2. AISLES A AND B. 



GROUP I. 

Athol, School Committe of. Pupils' 
written work. 

Boston, School Committee of. General 
educational exhibit, pupils' work, statis- 
tics, reports, etc. 

Brookline, School Committee of. Course 
of study in industrial training. 

Clinton, School Committee of. Pupils' 
written work, special apparatus. 

Everett, School Committee of. Pupils' 
written work, course of study in his- 
tory. 

Fall River, School Committee of. Pupils' 
written work, geography. 

Fall River, School Committee of. Train- 
ing of teachers in special training 
schools. , 

Fitchburg, School Committee of. Course 
of study in industrial training. 

Gardner, School Committee of. Pupils' 
work in language. 

Haverhill, School Committee of. Pupils' 
written work and drawing. 

Lawrence, School Committee of. Courses 
of study in penmanship. 

Lowell, School Committee of. Histori- 
cal exhibit, training of teachers, 
evening schools. 

Lowell, Mass., School Committee of. 
Training of teachers in special train- 
ing school. 

Lynn, School Committee of. Course of 
study in arithmetic, manual training. 

Maiden, School Committee of. Course 
of study in geography, reports, docu- 
ments. 

Massachusetts, Board of Education of, 
Boston. Organization, legislation, re- 
ports, school committee, reports, etc. 

Massachusetts Board of Managers. Col- 
lective educational exhibit; collabora- 
tors, school committees of Becket, 
Chester, Georgetown, Groveland, 
Northampton, Pepperell, Sutton, Au- 
burn, West Brookfield 

Massachusetts Nautical Training School 
Commissioners Nautical training 
school, photographs, courses of study, 
etc. 



New Bedford, School Committee of. 

General educational exhibit, organiza- 
tion, reports, statistics. 

Newton, School Committee of. Course 
of study in drawing. 

North Adams, School Committee of. 
Arithmetic, spelling, language. 

Orange, School Committee of. Pupils' 
written work, drawing. 

Pittsfield, School Committee of. Course 
of study in history and geography, re- 
ports, etc. 

Revere, School Committee of. Drawing, 
arithmetic. 

Shaw, Mrs. Quincy A., Boston. Sloyd 
Normal Training School. 

Somerville, School Committee of. Course 
of study in language and penmanship. 

Springfield, School Committee of. Pu- 
pils' written work, course of study in 
arithmetic. 

State Normal School, Hyannis. Course 
of study, special work in industrial 
training. 

State Normal School, Bridgewater. 
Course of study, organization, sta- 
tistics, reports, special work in ele- 
mentary science. 

State Normal School, Salem. Organiza- 
tion, architecture, special work in 
drawing, special work in reading and 
literature. 

State Normal School, Lowell. Archi- 
tecture, organization, special work in 
kindergarten, special work in histor\-. 

State Normal School, Framingham. 
Architecture, organization, special work 
in domestic science. 

State Normal School, Worcester. Arch- 
itecture, organization, special work in 
oral English, school libraries, child 
study, practice. 

State Normal School, Westfield. Arch- 
itecture, organization, special work in 
chemistr3^ child study. 

State Normal School, Fitchburg. Arch- 
itecture, organization, special work in 
child study, drawing. 

State Normal School, North Adams. 
Architecture, organization, special work 
in kindergarten. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Winthrop, School Committee of. Draw- 
ing. 
Wheelock, Lucy, Boston. Kindergarten 

training school. 
Worcester, School Committee of. Gen- 
eral educational exhibit, pupils' work, 
statistics, etc. 

GROUP 2. 

Boston, School Committee of. High 

school work, manual training, high 
school drawing, statistical diagrams, 
architecture, etc. 

Fitchburg, School Committee of. In- 
dustrial training. 

Lynn, School Committee of. Manual 
training. 

New Bedford, School Committee of. 
High school courses of study, organi- 
zation, charts, diagrams, reports, etc. 

North Adams, School Committee of. 
Pupils' work. 



Somerville, School Committee of. Writ- 
ten work of high school, mathematics, 
drawing, manual training, courses of 
study, organization, etc. 

Springfield, School Committee of. High 

school drawing, general exhibit of pu- 
pils' work, courses of study, etc. 

State Normal School, Bridgewater. 

Training of high school teachers, 
courses of study, organization, re- 
ports, charts, diagrams, etc. 

Weston, School Committee of. High 

school pupils' work, language, draw- 
ing. 
Winthrop, School Committee of. High 
school drawing. 

Worcester, School Committee of. Gen- 
eral high school exhibit, courses of 
study, work of pupils, manual train- 
ing, diagrams, reports, etc. 



MINNESOTA. 

LOCATION: BLOCK i. AISLES A AND B 



GROUP I. 

Alexandria, Board of Education of. 

Collective exhibit of photographs, sta- 
tistics, records, pupils' work. 

Austin, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, photographs. 

Benson, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work. 

Brainerd, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs and pupils' wcrk in drawing. 

Dodge Centre, Board of Education of. 
Collective exhibit of pupils' work. 

Duluth, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs. 

Duluth, Normal School of. Bound vol- 
umes, ps.-chological methods, course of 
stud^^ drawings and photographs. 

Evansville, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work. 

Hancoclc, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work and 
photographs. 

Le Seuer, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work. 

Mankato, Normal School of. Bound vol- 
umes, psychological methods, course of 
study, drawings and photographs. 

Minneapolis, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of statistics, records, 
Avritten work, drawing, manual train- 
ing, basketry, industrial work, cooking, 
kindergarten. 

Morehead, Normal School of. Bound 
volumes, psychological methods, 

course of study, drawings and photo- 
graphs. 



New Ulm, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work in English and German. 
North Mankato. Board of Education of. 

Collective exhibit of Dupils' work, 
showing work of school from first 
to eighth grades, statistics, photo- 
graphs, written work, drawing and sew- 
ing. 

Ortonyille, board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work, writ- 
ten work, sewing, basketry, photo- 
graphs. 

Red Wing, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work, written 
work, drawmg, photographs. 

Rochester, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of written work, draw 
ing and photographs. 

Sauk Centre, Board of Education of. 
Collective exhibit of pupils' work, writ- 
ten work, manual training. 

St. Cloud. Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work in writ- 
ten work and drawing, photographs. 

St. Cloud, Normal SchooJ of Bound 
volumes, psychological methods, 
courses of study, drawings and photo- 
graphs. 

St. Paul, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work, written 
work, drawing, manual training, indus- 
trial work, cooking, kindergarten, 
photographs. 

St. Peter, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work, written 
work, drawing, photographs 



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45 



State Examining Board. State examina- 
tion papers, text books by teachers of 
state. 

State Department of Public Instruction 
Publications, statistics, etc. 

Tracy, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work, written 
work, drawing and sewing, photo- 
graphs. 

Waltham, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work, writ- 
ten work, drawing, records, statistics, 
apparatus made by pupils. 

Wells, Board of Education of. Collective 
exhibit of written work, drawing and 
manual training, photographs. 

Winona, Normal School of. Bound vol- 
umes, psychological methods, courses 
of study, drawings and photographs. 

GROUP 2. 

Alexandria, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of photographs, statis- 
tics, rtcords, pupils' work. 

Austin, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, photographs. 

Brainerd, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs and pupils' work in drawing. 

Dodge Centre, Board of Education of. 
CollectiA'-e exhibit of pupils' work. 

Duluth, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs. 

Duluth, Normal School of. Bound vol- 
umes, psychological methods, courses 
of study, drawings and photographs. 

Hancock. Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work and 
photographs. 

Le Seuer, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work. 

Mankato, Normal School of. Bound vol- 
umes, psychological methods, courses 
of study, drawings and photographs. 

Minneapolis, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of statistics, records, 
written work, drawing, manual train- 
ing, basketry, industrial work, cook- 
ing, kindergarten. 



Morehead, Normal School of. Bound vol- 
umes, psychological methods, courses 
of study, drawings and photographs. 

Ortonville, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work, written 
work, sewing. l)asketry, photographs. 

Red Wing, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' w^ork. written 
work, drawing, photographs. 

Rochester, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of written w^ork, draw- 
ing and photographs. 

Sauk Centre, Board of Education of. 
Collective exhibit of pupils' work, writ- 
ten work, manual training. 

St. Cloud, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective e^^hibit of pupils' work in writ- 
ten work and drawing, photographs. 

St. Cloud, Normal School of. Bound vol- 
umes, psychological methods, courses 
of stud3^ drawings and photographs. 

St. Paul. Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work, written 
work, manual training, drawing, indus- 
trial work, cooking, kindergarten, 
photographs. 

St. Peter, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work, written 
work, drawing, photographs. 

State Examining Board. State examina- 
tion papers, text books by teachers of 
state. 

State Department of Public Instruction. 
Publications, statistics, etc. 

Tracy, Board of Education of. Collective 
exhibit of pupils' work, written work, 
drawing and sewnng, photographs. 

Waltham, Board of Education of. Col- 
lective exhibit of pupils' work, written 
work, drawing, records, statistics, ap- 
paratus made by pupils. 

Wells, Board of Education of. Collective 
exhibit of written work, drawing and 
manual training, photographs. 

Winona, Normal Schools of. Bound vol- 
umes, psyciiological methods, courses 
of study, dravi'ings and photographs. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



MISSISSIPPI. 

LOCATION: BLOCK i. AISLE A. 



GROUP I. 

Adams, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils" work. 

Canton, Board of Education of. Exam- 
ination papers. 

Columbin, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils" work, pictures. 

Corinth. Board of Education of. Pri- 
mary work, photographs. 

Crystal Springs, Board of Education of. 
Charts, manual training, photographs. 

Greenville, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs. 

Hattiesburg, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Jackson, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils" work, photographs. 

Learned, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs. 



Maben, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

Macon, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

Meridian, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs. 

McComb City, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work, photographs. 

State Department of Public Instruction. 
Charts, statistics. 

Utica, Board of Education of. Primary 
work. 

GROUP 2. 

Alcorn College, Rodney. Manual train- 
ing, photographs, domestic science, 
basketry, iron work. 

Blue Mountain College. Art work, pic- 
tures. 

Central Female Institute. Art work, 
pupils" work, map. 

Tongaloo College. Manual training. 



MISSOURI. 



LOCATION: BLOCK i. AISLES A AND B. 



GROUP I. 



Stu- 



Booneville, Board of Education of. 

dents" work, photographs. 
Carthage, Board of Education of. 

dents' work, photographs. 
Chillicothe, Board of Education of. 

dents' work, photographs. 
Clayton, Board of Education of. 

dents' work, photographs. 

Columbia, Board of Education of. 

dents' work, photographs. 

Hannibal, Board of Education of. 

dents' work, photographs. 
Jefferson City, Board of Education of. 

Students' work, photographs. 

Joplin, Board of Education of. Students' 

work, photographs. 

Kansas City, Board of Education of. 
Students' work, photographs. 

Kirksville, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work, photographs. 

Lamar, Board of Education of. Students' 
work, photographs. 



Stu- 



Stu- 



Stu- 



Stu- 



Stu- 



Marshall, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work, photographs. 

Maryville, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work, photographs. 

Mexico, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work, photographs. 

Moberly, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work, photograpiis. 

Neosho, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work, photographs. 

St. Joseph, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work, photographs. 

Sedalia, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work, photographs. 

Springfield, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work, photographs. 

State Department of Public Instruction, 
Jefferson City. Reports and adminis- 
trative blanks. 

Trenton, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents" work, photographs. 

Warrensburg, Board of Education of. 
Students' work, photographs. 

"Webb City, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work, photographs. 



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47 



GROUP 2. 

Booneville, Board of Education of. 

Pupils' work, photographs. 

Cape Girardeau, State Normal School. 
Students' work, photographs. 

Chillicothe, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs. 

Clayton, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, photographs. 

Columbia, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs. 

Hannibal, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs. 

Jefferson City, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work, photographs. 

Joplin, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, photographs. 

Kansas City, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work, photographs. 

Kemper Military Academy, Boonville. 
Photographs, students' work. 

Kirksville, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs. 

Kirksville State Normal School. Stu- 
dents' work, photographs. 

Lamar, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, photographs. 



Lincoln Institute, Jefferson City. Pu- 
pils' work. 
Marshall, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work, photographs. 

Maryville, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs. 

Mexico, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work, photographs. 

Moberly, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work, photographs. 

Neosho, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work, photographs. 

St. Cecelia's Seminary, H olden. Stu- 
dents' work. 

St. Joseph, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs. 

Sedalia, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, photographs. 

Springfield, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs. 

State Normal School. Students' work. 

Warrensburg, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work, photographs. 

Warrensburg, State Normal School. 
Work of students. 

Webb City, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work, photographs. 



MONTANA. 

LOCATION: BLOCK i. AISLE B. 



GROUP I. 

Butte, Board of Education of. Manual 

training, drawing, written work, pho- 
tographs, 

Billings, Board of Education of. Manual 

training, drawing, written work, pho- 
tographs. 

Bozeman, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ing and written work. 

Broadwater County, Public Schools of. 
Manual training, drawing, written 
work. 

Deer Lodge, Board of Education of. 

Manual training, drawing, written 
work. 

Deer Lodge County, Public Schools of. 

Drawing and written work. 
Helena, Board of Education of. Manual 

training, drawing, written work, photo- 
graphs, printed regulations of school 
work. 

Hamilton, Board of Education of. Man- 
ual training, drawing, written work. 



Malta, Board of Education of. Written 

work, drawing. 

Livingston, Board of Education of. 

Drawing, written work, manual train- 
ing. 

Missoula, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ing, written work, photographs, manual 
training. 

Missoula County, Public Schools of. 

?\Ianual training, drawing, written 
work. 

Philipsburg, Board of Education of. 

Drawing, written work, manual train- 
ing, photographs. 

Park County, Public Schools of. Draw- 
ing, written work. 

Victor, Board of Education of. Written 
work, drawing, manual training. 

GROUP 2. 

Butte High School, Board of Education 

of. Manual training, written work, 
drawing, photographs. 



48 



DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Billings High School, Board of Educa- 
tion of. M,anual training, written 
work, drawing, photographs. 

Bozeman High School, Board of Educa- 
tion of. Drawing, written work. 

Gallatin County High School, Board of 

Education of. Drawing, written work, 
photographs. 

Helena High School, Board of Educa- 
tion of. Manual training, drawing, 
written work, photographs. 



Livingston High School, Board of Edu- 
cation of. Manual training, drawing, 
written work. 

Missoula High School, Board of Educa- 
tion of. Drawing, written work, pho- 
tographs. 

Powell County High School, Board of 
Education of. Written work, drawing. 

GROUP 3. 

State University, Missoula, State Board 

of Education of. Photographs. 



NEBRASKA. 



LOCATION: BLOCK i. AISLE B. 



GROUP I. 

Bartley. School work from lower grades, 
drawings. 

Beatrice, Board of Education of. Kin- 
dergarten and grades, drawings, music. 

Columbus, Board of Education of. Kin- 
dergarten and lower grades, manual 
training. 

Craig, Board of Education of. Written 
work from the lower grades. 

Crawford, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work and photographs. 

Culbertson, District 22. Maps and 
drawings. 

Elkhorn. General school work. 

Farnam. Written work and maps. 

Filley, District 140. Written work. 

Fillmore County, District 3. Photo- 
graphs. 

Fremont, District 60. Grade work. 

Gering, Board of Education of. Grade 
work, drawings and music. 

Goehner. Written work, stories. 

Hyannis. Photographs. 

Kearney. Academy and public schools, 
photographs. ' 

Lincoln, Board of Education of. Kinder- 
srarten, photographs, statistics, models. 

McKinley, District 237. Photographs. 

Minden, District 14. Written work, 
music. 

Mohawk, District 73. Written work and 
music. 

Nebraska City, Board of Education of. 
General school work. 

North Platte. Photographs. 

Omaha, Board of Education of. Kinder- 
garten, photographs. 

Plattsmouth, Board of Education of. 
Kindergarten. 

Superior, Board of Education of. Pri- 
mary work. 



Sutton, District 13. Kindergarten and 

written work. 

Swanton. Kindergarten, nature study. 

Tecumseh, Board of Education of. Kin- 
dergarten. 

York, Board of Education of. Kinder- 
garten. 

Westfield. Primary and kindergarten. 

GROUP 2. 

Auburn. Photographs of public schools. 

Aurora, District 13. Physiologic draw- 
ings and descriptions. 

Bartley. Primary public school work. 

Beatrice, Board of Education of. Work 
of all the grades, music and drawings. 

Blair. Photographs. 

Columbus, Board of Education of. Grade 
work and manual training. 

College View, Union College. Exhibit 
of maps and photographs. 

Craig, Board of Education of. Work of 
graded schools and high schools. 

Crawford, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work and photographs. 

Culbertson, District 22. Maps and draw- 
ings. 

Elkhorn. General school work. 

Farnam. Written work and maps. 

Filley, District 140, Written work. 

Fillmore County, District 3. Photo- 
graphs. 

Fremont, District 60. Grade work. 

Gering, Board of Education of. Grade 
work, drawings and music. 

Goehner. Written work, stories. 

Hyannis. Photographs. 

Kearney. Academy and public schools. 
General school work and photographs. 

Lancaster County, District 79. Photo- 
graphs. 



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49 



Lincoln, Board of Education of. Work 

of all the grades, statistics, models, 

manual training and photographs. 
McKinley, District 237. Photographs. 
Minden, District 14. General school 

work. 
Mohawk, District 73. Written work, 

music. 
North Platte. Photographs. 
Omaha, Board of Education of. Work 

from every grade, nature study, man- 
ual training, photographs. 
Osmond, Public Schools. Individual 

work in drawing. 
Peru, State Normal. Photographs and 

general work. 
Plainview. General school work. 
Plattsmouth. Board of Education of. 

Samples of work from all the grades. 

models. 



Ponca. Photographs. 

Seward. Photographs. 

Scribner. Written work and photo- 
graphs. 

Sidney. Photographs. 

Superior, Board of Education of. Work 
of grades and high school. 

Sutton, District 13. Written work of 
the grades. 

Swanton. General written work, nature 
study. 

Tecumseh, Board of Education of. Ex- 
amples of work in all the grades. 

Waco. General school work. 

Wayne, Normal School. Samples of stu- 
dents' work, photographs. 

Wahoo, Luther Academy. Photographs. 

York, Board of Education of. General 
school work and high school work. 



NEW JERSEY. 



LOCATION: BLOCK 2. AISLE A. 



GROUP I. 



Atlantic City, Board of Education of. 

Manual training and other school work. 

Atlantic County, Public Schools of. Gen- 
eral school work. 

Asbury Park, Board of Education of. 

General school work. 

Bayonne, Board of Education of. School 

work. 

Bergen County, Public Schools of. Gen- 
eral school work. 

Burlington County, Public Schools of. 
General school work. 

Camden, Board of Education of. Manual 
training, drawing and general school 
work. 

Camden County, PubUc Schools of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Cape May, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

Cumberland County. General work of 
pupils. 

East Orange, Board of Education of. 
Manual training and school work. 

Elizabeth, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs and school work. 

Essex County, Public Schools of. Draw- 
ings, manual training and other school 
work. 

Gloucester County, Public Schools of. 
All grades of school work. 

Hudson County, Public Schools of. Gen- 
eral school work. 

Hunterden County, PubHc Schools of. 
School work. 



Long Branch, Board of Education of. 

Drawing and other work. 
Mercer County, Public Schools of. School 

work. 

Middlesex County, Public Schools of. 

Educational work of pupils. 
Monmouth County, Public Schools of. 

School work. 

Mont Clair, Board of Education of. Man- 
ual training and school work. 

Morris County, Public Schools of. Work 
of pupils. 

Morristown, Board of Education of. 
School drawings. 

Newark, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ing, manual training and other ex- 
hibits. 

New Brunswick, Board of Education of. 
Work from the public schools. 

Ocean Grove, Board of Education of. 
^^'ork from public schools. 

Passaic, Board of Education of. General 
school work. 

Passaic County, Public Schools of. School 
work. 

Paterson, Board of Education of. Man- 
ual training, carving and turning. 

Plainfield, Board of Education of. Work 
of pupils. 

Salem County. Collective exhibit. 

Somerset County, Public Schools of. 
All kinds of school work. 

State Board of Education, Trenton. Col- 
lective exhibits of the state normal and 
model schools. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



State Department o£ Education, Trenton. 

General plan of exhibit. New plan of 
indexing the whole exhibit. 

State Board of Education, Trenton. Ed- 
ucational exhibit, administrative blanks 
and reports. 

Sussex County, Public Schools of. Pupils' 
work. 

Union County, Public Schools of. Edu- 
cational work of county. 

Vineland, Board of Education of. Gen- 
eral school work. 

Warren County, Public Schools of. All 
kinds of school work. 

West Hoboken, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work in drawing and other 
work. 

, GROUP 2. 

Asbury Park, Board of Education of. 

General school work. 
Atlantic City, Board of Education of. 

Manual training and other school 

work. 
Bayonne, Board of Education of. School 

work. 
Burlington City, Board of Education of. 

Drawings, general work. 
Camden, Board of Education of. Manual 

training, drawing, and general school 

work. 
Cape May, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. 
Englewood, Board of Education of. 

General work of pupils. 
Hackettstown, Board of Education of. 

Pupils' work. 



East Orange, Board of Education of. 

Manual training and school work. 

Elizabeth, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs and school work. , 

Long Branch, Board of Education of. 
Drawing and other work. 

Mont Clair, Board of Education of. Man- 
I ual training and school work. 
I Morristown, Board of Education of. 
j School drawings. 

' Newark, Board of Education of. Draw- 
! ing, manual training and other ex- 
hibits. 

New Brunswick, Board of Education of. 
Photographs and pupils' work. 

Ocean Grove, Board of Education of. 
Photographs and pupils' work. 

Passaic, Board of Education of. Gen- 
eral school work. 

Paterson, Board of Education of. Man- 
ual training, carving. 

Phillipsburg, Board of Education of. 
General work. 

Plainfield, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, photographs. 

South Orange, Board of Education of. 
Manual training. 

Trenton, Board of Education of. Music 
and general w^ork. 

Union, Board of Education of. Manual 
training. 

Vineland, Board of Education of. Gen- 
eral school work. 

West Hoboken, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work in drawing and other 
work. 



NEW MEXICO. 



LOCATION: BLOCK 2. AISLE B. 



GROUP I. 

Albuquerque, Board of Education of. 

Drawings, manuscript work, Mexican 
adobe village and other school work. 

Carlesbad, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs and pupils work. 

Deming, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs of buildings and interiors, pu- 
pils' work. 

Gallup, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work, photographs. 

Las Cruces, Board of Education of. 
Photographs and pupils' work. 

Las Vegas, Board of Education of. 
School work. 

Roswell, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' w'ork, text-books. 



Santa Fe, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work, photographs. 
Silver City, Board of Education of. 

Pupils' work, photographs. 
State Department of Public Instruction, 

Santa Fe. Reports and administrative 

blanks. 
White Oaks, Board of Education of. 

Photographs and pupils' work. 

GROUP 2. 

Deming, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils" work, examination pa- 
pers. 

Gallup, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs and pupils' work. 

Las Vegas, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs and pupils' work. 



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51 



New Mexico Normal University, Las 

Vegas. Educational exhibit. 
New Mexico Military Institute, Roswell. 

Photographs, catalogue. 
New Mexico Normal School, Silver City. 

Photographs of buildings and pupils, 



graded courses in manual training and 
kindergarten work. 

Santa Fe, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs and pupils' work. 

Silver City, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs and pupils' work. 



NEW YORK. 



LOCATION: BLOCK 2. AISLE B. 



GROUP I. 

Afton, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs. 

Albany, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work, administrative 
blanks. 

Bainbridge, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work. 

Batavia, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, charts, pupils' work. 

Canajoharie, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work. 

Canton, Union School. Administrative 
blanks. 

Cato, Union School. Pupils' work. 

Cape "Vincent, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work. 

Catskill, St. Patrick's Academy. Photo- 
graphs, charts, pupils' work. 

Cohoes, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

Corinth. Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, charts, pupils" work, adminis- 
trative blanks. 

Cortland, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work, administrative 
blanks. 

East Aurora, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, students' work. 

Falconer, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, students' work. 

Freeport, Union School. Pupils' work. 

Herkimer. Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

Hudson, Board of Education of. Pupils' 
work. 

Ithaca, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work, administrative 
blanks. 

Jamestown, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, charts, pupils' work, admin- 
istrative blanks. 

Johnstown, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work, industrial charts. 

Kingston, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Little Falls. Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work. 

Mechanicville, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, pupils' work. 



Medina, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. 
Montour Falls, Union School. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work. 
Newark, Union School. Administrative 

blanks, pupils' work. 
New Rochelle, Board of Education of. 

Photographs, pupils' work. 
Oneida, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. 
Ogdensburg, Free Academy. Students' 

work. 
Ogdensburg, Board of Education of. 

Pupils' work, administrative blanks. 
Oxford, Academy. Photographs, pupils' 

work. 
Phelps, Union and Classical School. 

Pupils' work. 
Port Byron, Board of Education of. 

Pupils' work. 
Port Henry, Board of Education of. 

Photographs, pupils' work. 
Port Jervis, Union School. Pupils' 

work. 
Port Leyden, Union School. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work. 
Sag Harbor, Board of Education of. 

Pupils' work. 
Salamanca, Union School. Photographs, 

pupils' work. 

Schenectady, Board of Education of. 

Photographs, pupils' work. 
South Byron, Union School. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work. 

Syracuse, Board of Education of. Pupils' 

work. 

State Department of Public Instruction, 

Albany. Charts, administrative blanks, 
publications. 

State Teachers' Association. Charts, 
statistics. 

University of the State of New York. 
Albany. _ Charts, administrative blanks, 
publications. 

Utica, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, charts, pupils' work, adminis- 
trative blanks. 

Warrensburg, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Waterloo, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work, administrative 
blanks, apparatus. 

Watertown, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Watkins, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work, administrative 
blanks. 

White Plains, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, charts, pupils' work, ad- 
ministrative blanks. 

Wellsville, Union School. Pupils' work. 

Yonkers, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work, plans. 

GROUP 2. 

Albany, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, students' work, administrative 
blanks. 

Batavia, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, charts, students' work. 

Buffalo, (Masten Park High School) 
Board of Education of. Photographs, 
students' work, administrative blanks, 
publications. 

Canton, Union School. Administrative 
blanks. 

Canajoharie, Board of Education of. 
Students' work. 

Cape Vincent, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work. 

Cattaraugus, Board of Education of. 
Photographs. 

Cohoes, Board of Education of. Students' 
work. 

Corinth, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, charts, students' work, admin- 
istrative blanks. 

Cortland, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, students' work. 

East Aurora, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, students' work. 

Freeport, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work. 

Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima. 
Photographs. 

Goshen, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work. 

Hazen's, Mrs., School for Girls, Pelham 
Manor. Students' work. 

Herkimer, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work. 

Ithaca, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, students' work, administrative 
blanks. 

Jamestown, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, charts, students' work, ad- 
ministrative blanks. 

Kingston, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, students' work. 

Little Falls, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work. 

Mechanicville, Board of Education oL 
Photographs, students' work. 



of Education of. Stu- 
of Education of. Stu- 
Administrative 
of. 
Stu- 
High School. 



School. 

work. 
Board of Education 
students' work. 
of Education of 



Stu- 

Classical School, 
of Education of. 



Mohawk, Board 

dents' work, 

Moravia, Board 
dents' work. 

Newark, Union 
blanks, pupils' 

New Rochelle, 
Photographs, 

Oneida, Board 
dents' work. 

Palmyra, Classical 
dents' work. 

Phelps, Union and 
Students' work. 

Port Byron, Board 
Pupils' work. 

Port Henry, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Sag Harbor, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work. 

Salamanca, Union School. Photographs, 
students" work. 

Sandy Hill, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work. 

Schenectady, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, students' work. 

South Byron, Board of Eucation of. 
Photographs, students' work. 

St. Patrick's Academy, Catskill. 
graphs, charts, students' work. 

Syracuse, Board of Education of. 
graphs, students' work, plans, 
rat us. 

Unadilla, Board of Education of. 
graphs. 

University of the State of New York, 
Albany. Charts, administrative blanks, 
publications. 

Utica, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, charts, students' work, plans, 
administratiA^e blanks. 

Warrensburg, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work. 

Waterloo, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, students' work, administra-* 
tive blanks, apparatus. 

Watertown, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work. 

Watkins, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work, administrative 
blanks. 

White Plains, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, charts, students' work, 
administrative blanks. 

Yonkers, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, students' work. 

RURAL SCHOOLS. 

Broome County. Photographs, pupils' 
work. 

Cattaraugus County. Photographs, 

pupils' work. 

Chautauqua Countv. Photographs, pu- 
pils' work. 

Chenango County. Pupils' work. 



Photo- 

Photo- 

appa- 

Photo- 



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Columbia County. Pupils' work. 
Cortland County. Pupils' work. 
Herkimer County. Pupils' work. 
Lewis County. Pupils' work. 
Monroe County. Pupils' work. 
Nassau County. Photographs, pupils' 
work. 



Photographs, pupils' 
Photographs, pupils' 
Photographs, pupils' 
Photographs, pupils' 
Photographs, pupils' 



Niagara County. 

work. 
Oneida County. 

work. 
Onondago County. 

work. 
Ontario County. 

work. 
Oswego County. 

work. 
Rensselaer County. Pupils' work. 
Schenectady County. Pupil's work. 
Schuyler County. Photographs, pupils' 

work. 
Was'nington County. Pupils' work. 

STATE NORMAL INSTITUTIONS. 

Brockport. Photographs, students' work, 

apparatus. 
Buffalo. Photographs, students' work. 
Cortland. Photographs, students' work, 

plans, iTiodels. 
Fredonia. Photographs, students' work. 
Geneseo. Photographs, students' work. 
Jamaica. Photographs, students' work. 
New Paltz. Photographs, students' work, 

models, 
Oneonta. Photographs, students' work. 
Oswego. Photographs, students' work, 

models. 
Plattsburgh. Photographs, students' 

work. 
Potsdam. Photographs, students' work. 
State Department of Public Instruction, 

.Albany. Charts, administrative blanks. 

publications. 



TEACHERS' TRAINING CLASSES. 

Cambridge. Photographs. 
Canajoharie. Students' work. 
Cattaraugus. Students' work. 
Clayton. Photographs, students' work. 
Clyde. Students' work. 
Corinth. Students' work. 
De Ruyter. Photographs, students' work. 
Fairport. Students' work. 
Gouverneur. Students' work. 
Hamilton. Students' work. 
Hornellsville. Students' work. 
Johnstown. Photographs, students' work. 
Nunda. Photographs, students' work. 
Ogdensburg. Students' work. 
Oneida. Students' work. 
Port Henry. Students' work. 
Pulaski. Photographs, students' work. 
Rushford. Photographs, students' work. 
Salamanca. Photographs, students' work. 
Sandy Hills. Photographs. 
Unadilla. Photographs. 
Union. Photographs. 

Watkins. Photographs, students' work. 
Whitney's Point. Photographs, students' 
work. 

TEACHERS' TRAINING SCHOOLS. 

Albany. Photographs. 

Buffalo. Students' work. 

Cohoes. Students' work. 

Elmira. Photographs, students' work. 

Jamestown. Photographs. 

Kingston. Photographs. 

Syracuse. Photographs, students' work. 

Utica. Students' work. 

Watertown. Students' work. 

Froebel Normal Institute, New York 
City. Photographs, students' work, ad- 
ministrative blanks. 



NORTH DAKOTA. 



LOCATION: BLOCK i. AISLE A. 



GROUP I. 

Barnes County Schools. Written work, 

map drawing and modeling, photo- 
graphs. 

Buffalo Public Schools. Written work, 
drawing, photographs, 

Cando Public Schools. Written work; 
drawings, water color, pencil, pen and 
ink; photographs. 



Cass County Schools. Written work, 

photographs, drawings, sewing. 

Casselton, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work: drawing, pencil and water 
color. 

Carrington Public Schools. Written 

work; drawings, pencil, pen and ink; 
paper cutting, sewing, photographs. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Church's Ferry Public Schools. Writ- 
ten work, drawing, weaving, photo- 
graphs. 

Cooperstown Public Schools. Written 
work, drawings. 

Courtenay Public Schools. Written 
work. 

Devils Lake, Board of Education of. 
Written work; drawings, pencil, water 
color, crayon; photographs. 

Dickinson, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 

Dickey Public School. Written work, 
photographs. 

Edgeley Public Schools. Written work. 

Ellendale Public Schools. Written work, 
botanical specimens. 

Enderlin Public Schools. Written work. 

Fargo, Board of Education of. Written 
work; drawings, water color, pencil, 
pen and ink; photographs. 

Fort Ransom Public Schools of. Written 
work. 

Grafton, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, photographs; drawings, ])cn- 
cil, pen and ink, water color; pyro- 
graphic work, sewing. 

Grand Forks, Board of Education of. 
Written work; drawings, pencil, water 
color, original designs, pen and ink; 
paper cutting photographs. 

Grandin Public Schools. Written work. 

Grand Rapids Public Schools. Written 
work. 

Griggs County Schools. Written work. 

Harvey Public Schools. Written work, 
drawings, water color, pencil, sewing, 
paper cutting. 

Hillsboro, Board of Education. Written 
work, photographs, drawings. 

Kulm Public Schools. Written work, 
photographs. 

Lakota Public Schools. Written work, 
photographs. 

Lamoure County Schools. Written work, 
photographs. 

Langdon Public Schools. Written work. 
photographs, drawings, water color, 
pencil, pen and ink, paper cutting, sew- 
ing. 

Larimore, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, photographs, drawings. 

Lisbon Public Schools. Written work, 
drawings. 

Litchville Public Schools. Written work. 

Mapleton Public Schools. Written 
work, photographs, drawings. 

Michigan Public Schools. Written work, 
photographs. 

Milnor Public Schools. Written work. 

Minnewaukan Public Schools. Written 

work, drawings. 



Minot Public Schools. Written work, 

drawings, photographs. 

Nelson County Schools. Written work, 
photographs. 

Oakes Public Schools. Written work, 
photographs. 

Osgood Public School. Written work, 
sewing, drawing. 

Park River, Board of Education of. 
Written work, photographs, drawings,' 
pencil, water color, map. 

Pembina Public Schools. Written work, 
drawings, pencil, water color. 

Ransom County Schools. Written work, 
photographs. 

Rugby Public Schools. Written work, 
drawings, photographs. 

Sargent County Schools. Written work; 
drawings, water color, pen and ink; 
biology, sewing, photographs. 

Sheldon Public Schools. Written work, 
photographs. 

Steele Public Schools. Drawings. 

Trail County Schools. Written work, 
photographs. 

Valley City, Board of Education of. 
Written work; drawings, pencil, water 
color; weaving, paper cutting, photo- 
graphs. 

Valley City State Normal School. Writ- 
ten work, photographs, drawings, cata- 
logue, bulletins, reports. 

Walsh County Schools. Written work, 
drawings, maps, water color, pencil. 

Wahpeton, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, paper cutting and weaving, 
sewing, drawing, pencil, crayon, water 
color, photographs. 

Wells County Schools. Written work, 
photographs. 

GROUP 2. 
Casselton, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 
Devils Lake, Board of Education of. 

Written work, drawings, water color, 

pencil. 
Dickinson, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 
Ellendale Manual Training School. 

Written work, pattern work, iron work. 

drawings, water color, pencil, pen and 

ink. 
Fargo, Board of Education of. Written 

work, original designs, biological class 

room work. 
Grafton, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, original designs, special 

music work. 
Grand Forks, Board of Education of. 

W^'ittcn wiirk. original designs. 
Jamestown, Board of Education of. 

Written work, drawings. 
Mayville State Normal School. Written 

work, blanks. 



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Park River, Board of Education of. '' Valley City State Normal School. Writ- 
Written work, meteorologic observa- ! ten work, blanks. Normal Oracle — stu- 
tions. dent publication. 

Valley City, Board of Education of. Wahpeton, Board of Education of. 

Written work, drawings. Written work, drawings. 



OKLAHOMA. 



LOCATION: BLOCK i. AISLE A. 



GROUP I. 

Asher, Board of Education of. Written 

work, drawings, photographs. 

Cashion, Board of Education of. Manu- 
scripts, pupils' work. 

Chandler, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, photographs. 

Clinton, Board of Education of. Work 
of pupils, photographs. 

El Reno, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Guthrie, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work. 

Hobart, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work. 

King Fisher, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Lawton, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Lincoln County, Rural Schools of. 
Written work of pupils, photographs. 

Norman, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Oklahoma City, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Oklahoma County, Rural Schools of. 
Written work of pupils, photographs. 

Pawnee, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work. 

Shawnee, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Stillwater, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Stroud, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work. 

Tecumseh, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Waukomis, Board of Education of. Stu- 
dents' work. 

WeUston, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs. 



GROUP 2. 

Asher, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work. 

Cashion, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work. 

Central State Normal School. Pupils' 
work, models. 

Chandler, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Clinton, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work. 

El Reno, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Guthrie, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Hobart, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work. 

King Fisher, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Lawton, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work. 

Norman, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Northwestern State Normal School, 
Alva. Students' work. 

Oklahoma City, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, students' work. 

Pawnee, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Shawnee, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs. 

Stillwater, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Stroud, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

Tecumseh, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 

University Preparatory School, Tonkaw. 
Photographs. 

Waukomis, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Wellston, Board of Education of. Work 
of pupils in high school. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



OREGON. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 3. AISLES 4 AND 5. 



GROUP I. 

Adams, Board of Education of. Volumes 

and photographs. 
Alicel, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes. 
Antelope, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes. 
Ashland, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes, drawings, portfolios, botani- 
cal work. 
Astoria. Bound volumes, photographs, 

drawings. 
Baker City, Board of Education of. 

Bound volumes, drawings, paintings 

and pliotographs. 
Beaverton, Board of Education of. 

Bound volumes. 
Benton County, Public Schools of. 

Bound volumes, specimens native 

woods polished. 
Clackamas County, Public Schools of. 

Bound volumes. 
Clatrop County, Public Schools of. 

Bound volumes. 
Coquille, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes. 
Corvallis, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes, photographs, drawings. 
Cottage Grove, Board of Education of. 

Bound volumes. 
Dallas, Board of Education of. Bound 

\^olume.s. 
Elgin, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes. 
Empire, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes. 
Haines, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes. 
Hillsboro, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes, photographs. 
Huntington, Board of Education of. 

Bound volumes. 
Island City, Board of Education of. 

Bound volumes. 
La Fayette, Board of Education of. 

Bound volumes. 
La Grange, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes, photographs. 
Lakeview, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes, photographs. 
Lostine, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes, photographs. 
MacMinnville, Board of Education of. 

Bound volumes. 
Malheur County, Public Schools of. 

Bound volumes. 



Marion County, Public Schools of. Bound 

volumes. 
Milton, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes. 
Muddy Creek, Board of Education of. 

Bound volumes. 
Newburg, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes, photographs, drawings. 
Nyssa, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes. 
Ontario, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes, photographs. 
Oregon City, Board of Education of. 

Bound volumes, photographs, draw- 
ings. 
Perry, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes. 
Pittsburg, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes. 
Portland, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes, photographs, sketches, draw- 
ings, paintings and graphs. 
Roseburg, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes, photographs. 
Salem, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes, drawings, photographs. 
Scio, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes. 
State Department of Public Instruction, 

Portland. Reports, administrative 

blanks. 
Summerville, Board of Education of. 

Bound volumes. 
Sumpter, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes. 
Union, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes. 
Vale, Board of Education of. Bound 

volumes, photographs, drawings. 
Umatillo County, Public Schools of. 

Bound volumes. 
Wasco County, Public Schools of. 

Bound volumes. 
Washington County, Public Schools of. 

Bound volumes. 

GROUP 2. 

Ashland, Board of Education of. Bound 

Volumes, drawings, portfolios, botan- 
ical work. 
Baker City, Board of Education of. 

Bound volumes, drawings, paintings, 
photographs. 



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Benedictine Sisters' Academy, Mount 

Angel. Bound volumes, photographs, 
drawings, needle work. 

Coos County Academy, Trustees of. 

Oregon City, Board of Education of. 

Hound volumes, photographs, draw- 
ings. 



Oregon State Normal School, Regents of. 

Monmouth. Bound volumes, photo- 
graphs, drawings. 

Portland, Board of Education of. Bound 
volumes, photographs, sketches, draw- 
ings, paintings, graphs. 

Salem, Board of Education of. Bound 
volumes, drawings, photographs. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 2. AISLES A AND B. 



GROUP I. 

Allegheny, Board of Education of. Man- 
ual training, drawing, art, domestic 
science. 

Bainbridge, Board of Education of. Il- 
lustrative written work, drawing, bot- 
any. 

Beaver Falls, Board of Education of. 
Co>^irse of study. 

Berwyn, Board of Education of. Primary 
W'jrk. 

Braddock, Board of Education of. Work 
in music, language; art, wood-turning; 
Venetian iron. Fort Pitt reproduced. 

Bucks County, Board of Directors of. 
Written work, drawing, maps. 

Cheltenham, Board of Education of. 
Written work, drawing, brush work. 

Chester, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, blank forms, written work, 
course of study. 

Chester County, Board of Directors. 
Photographs, relief maps, language 
work; drawing. 

Clearfield, Board of Education of. Man- 
ual training, sewing. 

Conshohocken, Board of Education of. 
Maps, written work, sewing. 

Delaware County, Board of Directors. 
I'hotographs , pupils' work, course of 
study. 

Ebensburg, Board of Education of. Lan- 
guage, history, arithmetic. 

Fayette County, Board of Directors. 
Drawing. 

Green County, Board of Directors. Draw- 
ing, language work, literature. 

Greensburg, Board of Education of. Lan- 
guage work, drawing system, writing 
system, course of study. 

Harrisburg, Board of Education of. Bas- 
ketry, woodwork, botany, drawing, 
hrusli work. 

Homestead, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs. 

Indiana County, Board of Directors. 
Photographs, drawing, writing system, 
language, arithmetic, botany. 



Johnstown, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, manual train- 
ing, drawing. 

Lancaster, Board of Education of. Mem- 
ory cards, photographs of Orchestra. 

Lansdale, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, crayon, brush work, written 
work, course of study. 

Lansdowne, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, drawing, course of study. 

Lebanon, Board of Education of. Course 
of stud3\ 

Lycoming County, Board of Directors of. 
Photographs of rural schools. 

McKeesport, Board of Education of. 
Course of study. 

Middletown, Board of Education of. 
Course of study. 

Montgomery County, Board of Directors 
of. Pupils' work, photographs. 

Mount Carmel, Board of Education of. 
Course of study. 

New Brighton, Board of Education of. 
Course of study. 

Morristown, Board of Education of. 
Sewing, manual training, photographs, 
drawing, course of study. 

Pittsburgh, Board of Education of. 
Course of study. 

Philadelphia, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, statistics, work in sci- 
ence, art. literature, inanual training. 

Phoenixville, Board of Education of. 
Students' note books, photographs, 
botany, specimens, drawings. 

Pottstown, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, drawings. 

Reading, Board of Education of. Mount- 
ed insects, photographs, brush work, 
commercial work, course of study. 

Scranton, Board of Education of. Geo- 
logical specimens, photographs, me- 
chanical drawings, art, commercial 
work. 

Sharon, Board of Education of. Draw- 

South Fork, Board of Education of. 

Written work. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



State Department of Public Instruction, 

Harrisburg. Reports and administra- 
tive blanks. 

Steelton, Board of Education of. Work 
in art, mechanical drawing, commercial 
course, written work. 

Sunbury, Board of Education of. Course 
of study. 

Tidioute, Board of Education of. Man- 
ual training, drawing. 

Titusville, Board of Education of. Course 
of study. 

Warren, Board of Education of. Domes- 
tic science, sewing, manual training, 
photographs, written work. 

Waynesboro, Board of Education of. 
Course of study. 

West Chester, Board of Education of. 
Manual training, sewing, geological 
specimens, basketry, drawing, note 
books. 

Wilkesbarre, Board of Education of. 
Drawings, manual training. 

Wilkinsburg, Board of Education of. 
Course of study. 

Williamsport, Board of Education of. 
Ph()t<igra])hs, drawing. raffia, clay 
work, Jierhariums, language, maps. 

York, Board of Education of. Volume 
of photographs and statistics of public 
schools. 
STATE NORMAL SCHOOLS. 

Bloomsburg, State Normal School of. 
Nature study work, photographs, stu- 
dents" work. 

California, State Normal School of. Pho- 
tographs, drawings, model school work, 
faculty publications. 

Clarion, State Normal School of. Stu- 
dents' note books, pamphlets, photo- 
graphs, faculty publications. 

Edinboro, State Normal School of. Pho- 
tographs of buildings and grounds. 

Indiana, State Normal School of. Model 
school work, pliotographs, manual 
training, illustrative charts. 

Keystone Normal School, Kutztown. 
Illustrative charts, written work, draw- 
ings, models. 
Lock Haven, State Normal School of. 
Photographs. 

Mansfield, State Normal School of. Fac- 
ulty publications, photographs. 
Millersville, State Normal School of. 
Faculty publications, drawings, pen- 
manship. 
Shippensburg, State Normal School of. 

Photographs, drawings. 
Slippery Rock, State Normal School of. 
Photographs, relief maps, students' 
work, publications. 
West Chester, State Normal School of. 
Photographs, publications, students' 
work. 



GROUP 2. 

Allegheny, Board of Education of. Man- 
ual training, drawing, art, domestic 
science, course of stud3^ 

Bainbridge, Board of Education of. Il- 
lustrative written work, drawings, bot- 
any. 

Beaver Falls, Board of Education of. 
Course of study. 

Braddock, Board of Education of. Work 
in music, language, art, wood-turning, 
Venetian iron. 

Chester, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, blank forms, written work, 
course of study. 

Ebensburg, Board of Education of. Lan- 
guage, histor}', written work. 

Greensburg, Board of Education of. Lan- 
guage work, drawing system, writing 
system, course of study. 

Harrisburg, Board of Education of. 
llasketry, woodwork, botany, drawing, 
brush work. 

Johnstown, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, written work, manual train- 
ing, drawing. 

Lancaster, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs. 

Lansdale, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, brush work, written work, 
course of study. 

Lansdowne, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, drawings, course of study. 

Norristown, Board of Education of. Man- 
ual training, photographs, drawings, 
course of study. 

Pittsburgh, Board of Education of. 
Course of study. 

Philadelphia, Board of Education of. 
Photograph-^, statistics, work in sci- 
ence, art, literature, manual training. 

Phoenixville, Board of Education of. 
Photographs, botany, specimens, draw- 
ings. 

Pottstown, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, drawings. 

Reading, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs, mounted insects, brush work, 
commercial work, course of study. 

Schaeffer, N. C, Harrisburg. Mono- 
graph of township high schools. 

Scranton, Board of Education of. Geo- 
logical specimens, photographs, me- 
chanical drawing, art, commercial 
work. 

Steelton, Board of Education of. Work 
in art, mechanical drawing, commercial 
course, written work. 

Warren, Board of Education of. Domes- 
tic science, manual training, photo- 
graphs, written work. 



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West Chester, Board of Education of. 

Manual training, geological specimens, 
drawing. 
Wilkesbarre, Board of Education of. 

Drawings, manual training, photo- 
graphs. 



Williamsport, Board of Education of. 

Photographs, drawing, rafifia, clay 
work, harbariums, language, maps. 

York, Board of Education of. Volume 

of photographs, statistics. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



LOCATION: BLOCK 8. AISLE i. 



GROUP I. 

Bristol, Town of. Drawing, free hand 
and mechanical, showing one year's 
course in nature drawing and practical 
draughting. 

Cranston, Town of. Photographs of 
buildings and classes at work; demon- 
stration of school work in all depart- 
ments of local education. 

Providence, PubUc School Department 
of. Charts, maps and drawings, photo- 
graphs. 

Rhode Island, Normal School of. Provi- 
dence. Photographs, mounted speci- 
mens, bound volumes demonstrating 
work of students, observation scliool, 
training school work. 

Rhode Island, State Board of Education 
of. Rhode Island school system dem- 
onstrated by charts, school laws, re- 
ports, public libraries, adininistrative 
forms. 

Warwick, Town of. Photographs of 
school buildings, demonstration of 
work in all departments of local edu- 
cation. 

Wheeler's (Miss) Private School for 
Girls, Providence. Drawing, painting, 
manual training as an integral part of 



school course, demonstration of work 
from kindergarten to academic. 

GROUP 2. 

Bristol, Town of. Demonstration of 

drawing, free hand and mechanical, 
showing one year's course in nature 
drawing and , practical draughting. 

Cranston, Town of. Photographs of 
buildings, and classes at work, demon- 
stration of school work in all depart- 
ments of local education. 

Providence, Public School Department of. 
Charts, ■ maps and drawings, photo- 
graphs. 

Rhode Island, State Board of Education 
of. Rhode Island school system dem- 
onstrated by charts, school laws, re- 
ports, public libraries, administrative 
forms. 

Warwick, Town of. Photographs of 
school buildings, demonstration of 
work in all departments of local edu- 
cation. 

Wheeler's (Miss) Private School for 
Girls. Providence. Drawing, pamting. 
manual training as an integral part of 
school course, demonstration of work 
from kindergarten to academic. 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 



LOCATION: BLOCK i. AISLE A. 



GROUP I. 

Artesian, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work and photo- 
graphs. 

Bon Homme County, Rural Schools. 
Collective exhibit of written work and 
industrial work. 

Bristol City, Board of Education. Col- 
lective exhibit of written work, draw- 
ings and photographs. 



Big Stone, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work and draw- 
ings. 

Britton, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work, drawings 
and photographs. 

Butler, Board of Education. Collective 
exhibit of written work. 

Buffalo County, Rural Schools. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work and dr;uv- 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Codington County, Rural Schools. Col- 
lective exhibit of drawings. 

Clark County, Rural Schools. Collective 
exhibit of written work and drawings. 

Clear Lake, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work. 

Day County. Collective exhibit of pho- 
tographs of rural schools. 

Davison County, Rural Schools. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work. 

Dell Rapids, Board of Education. Col- 
lective exhibit of written work. 

Eureka, Board of Education. Collective 
exhibit of written work. 

Freeman, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of drawings. 

Flandreau, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of photographs and draw- 
ings. 

Forestburg, Board of Education. Col- 
lective exhibit of written work. 

Grant County, Rural Schools. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work, drawings 
and photographs. 

Hanson County. Collective exhibit of 
photographs of rural schoofs. 

Hand County, Rural Schools. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work, industrial 
work and drawings. 

Hot Springs, Board of Education. Col- 
lective exhibit of written and industrial 
wr)rk. 

Ipswich, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit c<i ijjiotographs. 

Iroquois, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work, industrial 
work, drawings and photographs. 

Jerauld County, Rural Schools. Collec- 
tive exhibit of ^vritten work. 

Kingsbury County, Rural Schools. Col- 
lective exhibit of written work, draw- 
ings, industrial work and photographs. 

Lake County. Collective exhibit of pho- 
tographs of rural schools. 

Letcher, Board of Education. Collective 
exliihit of written work and photo- 
graphs. 

Mitchell, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written, industrial work. 
* drawings and photograpns. 

Mt. Vernon, BoarH of Education. Col- 
lective exhibit of written and influs- 
trial work. 

Millbank, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work and pho- 
tographs. 

Miller, Board of Education. Collective 
exhibit of written work and drawings. 

Madison, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of jjliotographs. 

Plankington, Board of Education. Col- 
lective exhibit of written work. 

Pierre, Board of Education. Collective 
exhibit of written work. 



Ree Heights, Board of Education. Col- 
lective exhibit of written work and 
drawings. 

Scotland, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work, drawings 
and photographs. 

Springfield, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written, industrial work 
and drawings. 

•Sioux Falls, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of industrial work, draw- 
ings and photographs. 

Sturgis, Board of Education Collective 
exhibit of written work, drawings and 
photograplis. 

Sanborn County, Rural Schools. Collec- 
tive exhilMt of -\vritten work, drawings 
and photographs. 

Tyndall, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work, industrial 
work and photographs. 

Turner County. Collective exhibit of 
photographs uf rural schools. 

Toronto, Board of Education. CoUec- 
exhibit of written work and drawings. 

Union County, Rural Schools. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written, industrial work 
and drawings. 

Vermillion, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work. 

Willow Lake, Board of Education. Col- 
lective exhibit of written work and 
drawings. 

Wessington Springs, Board of Education. 
Collective exhibit of written work and 
drawings. 

Woonsocket, Board of Education. Col- 
lective exhibit of written work, photo- 
graphs and drawings. 

Yankton County. Collective exhibit of 
written work. 

Yankton Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhil)it of written work and draw- 
ings. 

GROUP 2. 

Bristol City, Board of Education. Col- 
lective exhibit of written work, draw- 
ings and photographs. 

Britton, Board of Education, Collective 
exhibit of written work and drawing.-.. 

Flandreau, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of photographs and draw- 
ings. 

Hot Springs, Board of Education. Col- 
lective exhibit of zoological, botanical 
and written work. 

Iroquois, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work, drawings 
and ]ih(>t<igraplis. 

Mitchell, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work, drawings 
and photographs. 

Mt. Vernon, Board of Education. Col- 
lective exhibit of written work. 



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61 



CoUec- 



Madison, Board of Education 

live exhibit of photographs. 

Pierre, Board of Education. Collective 
exhibit of written work. 

Plankington, Board of Education. Col- 
lective exhibit of written work. 

Scotland, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work. 

Sturgis, Board of Education. Collective 
exhibit of written work, drawings and 
photographs. 

Toronto, Board of Education. Collec- 
tive exhibit of written work. 

Vermillion, Board of Education. 
lective exhibit of written work. 

Willow Lake, Board of Education. 
lective exhibit of written worl 
drawings. 

Wessington Springs, Board of Education. 
Collective exhibit of written work and 
drawings. 

Woonsocket, Board of Education. Col- 
lective exhibit of written work, photo- 
graphs and drawings. 



Col- 

Col- 

and 



ACADEMIES. 

All Saint's School, Sioux Falls. Collec- 
tive exhibit of industrial work and 
drawings. 

Sacred Heart School, The, Parkston. 
Collective exhibit nl written work and 
drawings. 

St. Wencelaus Academy, Tabor. Collec- 
tive exhibit of photographs. 

Ward Academy, Charles Mix County. 
Collective exhibit of photographs. 



NORMALS. 

Aberdeen State Normal Collective ex- 
hibit of photographs. 

Madison State Normal. Collective ex- 
hibit of photographs. 

Spearfish State Normal. Collective ex- 
hibit of photographs. 

Springfield State Normal. Collective 
exhibit of written, industrial work and 
photographs. 



TENNESSEE. 



LOCATION: BLOCK i. AISLE A. 



GROUP I. 

Jackson, Board of Education of. Man- 
ual training, photographs and pupils" 
Class work. 

Knox County, Board of Education of. 

Photographs, drawing and miscel- 
laneous work. 

Knoxville, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs, drawing and class wurk. 

Memphis, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs of buildings and interior, 
general school work. 

Shelby County, Board of Education of. 
Photographs and school work. 



GROUP 2. 

Highland Park, Hamilton County, Board 

of Education of. Photographs of 
buildings and school work. 

Jackson, Board of Education of. Bound 
photographs and general class work. 

Knoxville, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs and all kinds of school work. 

Memphis, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs of buildings and interiors, 
drawing and general high school work. 

Shelby County. Photographs and regu- 
lar class work in high school. 



TEXAS. 



LOCATION: BLOCK 6. AISLE H. 



GROUP I. 

Abilene, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 



Austin, Board of Education of. Written 

work, manual training. 
Bonham, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Dallas, Board of Education of. Written 

work, drawings, manual trammg. 
Ft. Worth, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 
Galveston, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs. 
Houston, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 
Palestine, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings, photographs. 
Paris, Board of Education of. Written 

work. 
San Antonio, Board of Education of. 
Written work, drawings, manual train- 
ing (sewing). 
Seymour, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 
Sherman, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings, manual trainmg. 
photographs. 
Temple, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings, photographs, map 
of Texas showing principal products. 
Victoria, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten w^ork. photographs. 
Waxahachie, Board of Education of. 
Written work, drawings, manual train- 
ing (paper cuttings, etc.). 
Wichita Falls, Board of Education of. 

Pliotographs. 
Whitesboro, Board of Education of. 
Burnt work. 

GROUP 2. 

Abilene, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work. 

Austin, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings, manual training, written work. 



Bonham, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 
Dallas, Board of Education of. Written 

work, drawings, manual training. 
Ft. Worth, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 
Galveston, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs. 
Girls' Industrial College of Texas, Den- 
ton. Photographs. 
Houston, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings. 
North Texas State Normal, Denton. 

Written work, drawings. 
Palestine, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings, photographs. 
Paris, Board of Education of. Written 
work. 
I Sam Houston Normal Institute, Hunts- 
' villa. Written work, drawings, photo- 
' graphs, relief maps. 
San Antonio, Board of Education of. 
Written work, drawings, manual train- 
ing (sewing). 
I Seymour, Board of Education of. Writ- 
j ten work, drawings. 
! Sherman, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings, photographs, man- 
ual training. 
Southwestern University, Georgetown. 

Photographs. 
Temple, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, drawings, photographs, map 
of Texas showing principal products. 
Victoria, Board of Education of. Writ- 
ten work, photographs. 
Waxahachie, Board of Education of. 
Written work, drawings, manual train- 
ing (paper cutting, etc.). 
Wichita Falls, Board of Education of. 
Photographs. 



UTAH. 



LOCATION: BLOCK 6. AISLE H. 



GROUP I. 

Collective exhibit of pupils' work and 

photographs from the following coun- 
ties: Cash, Grand, Juab, Morgan, San- 
pete, Summit, Washington. 

Logan, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs and pupils' work. 

Ogden, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs and pupils' work. 

Park City, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs and pupils' work. 



Salt Lake City, Board of Education of. 

Photographs and pupils' work. 

Salt Lake County, Public Schools of. 
Photographs. 

State Department of Education, Salt 
Lake City. Administrative blanks, sta- 
tistics, reports. 

Utah County, Public Schools of. Photo- 
graphs. 

GROUP 2. 

Brigham Young University, Provo. 
Phot(igrai)hs, students' work. 



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63 



Brigham Young College, Logan. Pho- 
tograph and pupils' work. 

Latter Day Saints School, Salt Lake City. 
Photographs and pupils' work. 

Logan, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs and students' work. 

Ogden, Board of Education of. Photo- 
graphs and pupils' work. 

Park City, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs and pupils' work. 

Rowland Hall, Salt Lake City. Photo- 
graphs, banner. 
Salt Lake City, Board of Education of. 



Photographs, banner and pupils' work. 
St. Mary's Academy, Salt Lake City. 

Photographs. 
Snow Academy, Salt Lake City. Photo- 
graphs and pupils' work. 
State Department of Public Instruction, 

Salt Lake City. Administrative blanks, 

reports, statistics. 
State Normal School. Photographs and 

students' work. 
Weber State Academy. Photographs and 

pupils' work. 
University of the State of Utah, Salt 

Lake City. Photographs; publications. 



WEST VIRGINIA. 



LOCATION: BLOCK 12. AISLE G. 



GROUP I. 

Charleston, Board of Education of. Map 
drawing. 

Clarksburg, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work. 

Manningfton, Board of Education of. 
Pupils' work. 

Parkersburg, Board of Education of. 
Maps in wood and stafif. 

Sistersville, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Wheeling, Board of Education of. Pho- 
tographs. 



GROUP 2. 

Fairmont, Board of Education of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Institute, W. Va., Colored Institute. 
Carpentering, photographs, printing, 
sewing, smithing. 

Morgantown, Board of Education of. 
Pupils" work. 

Salem, Salem College. Map Drawing. 

Shepherdstown, State , Normal School. 
-Alap. 

Sistersville, Board of Education of. Map 
drawing. 



WISCONSIN. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 2. AISLE A. 



GROUP I. 

Appleton, Superintendent of Schopls of. 
Drawing, manuscript books, photo- 
graphs. 

Arena, Public Schools of. Manuscript 
books. 

Ashland, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings, manual training, manuscript 
books, photographs. 

Blanchardville, Public Schools of. Maps. 

Buffalo County, Rural Schools of. Pho- 
tographs. 

Buffalo County, Teachers' Training 
School of, Menomonee. Data, photo- 
graphs. 



Burnett Junction, Public Schools of. 

Manuscript books, photographs. 

Chippewa Falls, Public Schools of. 
Photographs. 

Chippewa Falls, Rural Schools of. Draw- 
ing, photographs, sewing. 

Clark County, Rural School ot. Photo- 
graphs. 

Deerfield, Village School of. Maps, 
manuscript books, photographs. 

Downsville. Public Schools of. Books. 

Dunn County, Teachers' Training School 
of, Menomonee. Photographs. 

Fon du Lac, Public Schools of. Manual 
training. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Gates County, Rural Schools of (W. M. 

Mackin). Maps, photographs. 
Hammond, Public Schools of. Photo- 
graphs. 
Hillside, Home School of. Drawings, 
manuscript books, paintings, photo- 
graphs. 
Janesville, Board of Education of. 
Drawings, manuscript books, manual 
training, painting. 
Madison, Public Schools of. Drawings, 

manuscript books, photographs. 
Manitowoc County, Teachers' Training 

School of. Photographs. 
Manitowoc, Public Kindergarten of 

(North Side). Photographs. 
Manitowoc, Public Kindergarten of 

(South Side). Photographs. 
Marinette County, Rural Schools of 
(R. C. Ramsay). Books, photographs, 
manual training, sewing. 
Marothon County, Teachers' Training 

ScbiKil of W'lusau. PlK.UograpliS. 
Menomonie, County Training School 

for Teachers. Data, photographs. 
Merrill, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings, photographs. 
Milwaukee, Board of School Directors 
of. Drawings, manual training, manu- 
script, books, photographs, phono- 
graphs. 
Milwaukee. German-English Academy 
of. Clay models, drawings, manual 
training, written work. 
Milwaukee, Gesu School of. Manu- 
script books, photographs. 
New London, County Training School 
for Teachers. Charts, manuscript 
books, photographs. 
Oshkosh, Public Schools of. Drawings, 

note-books, paintings, photographs. 
Pepin County, Rural Schools of (Mary 

Olson). Photographs. 
Port Wing, Public Schools of. Photo- 
graphs. 
Plum City, Public Schools of. Manu- 
script books, photographs. 
Rapp (Sparta), Public Schools of. Maps. 
Richland Center, County Training 

School for Teachers. Photographs. 
Sheboygan, Public Schools of. Draw- 
ing. 
Sheboygan County, Rural Schools of (O. 

Gafifron). Photographs. 
Sparta, Public Schools of. Drawings, 

manuscript books, maps. 
St. Croix County, Rural Schools of (J. 

D. O. Keeffe). Maps, photographs. 
Stout Manual Training School of, Me- 
nomonee. Drawings, manual training, 
sewing, photographs 
Superior, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings, manuscript books, photographs. 
Vernon County, Rural Schools of. 
Manuscript books, maps, photographs. 



Waterloo, Public Schools of. Drawings, 

seeds. 
Waupaca County, Teachers' Training 

School" of. New London. Charts, man- 
uscript books, photographs, statistics. 
Wood County, Teachers' Training School 
of. Grand Rapids. Photographs, sta- 
tistics. 

GROUP 2. 

Appleton, Superintendent of Schools of. 

Drawings, manuscript books, photo- 
graphs. 

Ashland, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings, manual training, manuscript 
books, photographs. 

Burlington, Public Schools of. Photo- 
graphs, manuscript books. 

Chippewa Falls, Board of Education of. 

Drawings, photographs, sewing. 
Deerfield, Village School of. Manuscript 
books, models. 

Florence, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings, photographs. 

Fond Du Lac, Board of Education of. 
Drawings, manual training, photo- 
graphs. 

Grand Rapids, Board of Education of. 
Drawings, photographs, weaving. 

Hayward, Public Schools of. Drawings, 
photographs. 

Hillside, Home School of. Drawings, 
manuscript books, paintings, photo- 
graphs. 

Hurley, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings, photographs. 

Janesville, Board of 
Drawings, manuscript 
training, paintings. 

Lake Mills, Board of 
Manuscript books. 

Madison, Board of Regents of Normal 
Schools of. Statistical chart. 

Madison, Public Schools of. Drawings, 
manuscript books, photographs. 

Merrill, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings, photographs. 

Milwaukee, Board of School Directors of. 
Drawings, manual training, manuscript 
books, photographs, phonographs. 

Milwaukee, State Normal School' of. 
Drawings, photographs, card catalogue 
(sample), manuscript books, topo- 
.graphical map, statistics. 

Neenah, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings, maiuiscript books, photographs. 

New Richmond, Board of Education of. 
Manuscript books. 

Oshkosh, Public Schools of. Drawings, 
note-books, paintings, photographs. 

Oshkosh, State Normal School of. Draw- 
ings, manuscript books, manual train- 
ing, photographs. 
1 Plattville, State Normal School of. 
Catalogues, manuscript books, photo- 
1 graphs. 



Education of. 

books, manual 

Education of. 



UNITED STATES— ARGENTINE. 



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River Falls, State Normal School of. 

Photographs, drawings, manual train- 
ing. 

Stevens Point, State Normal School of. 
Drawings, photographs, sewing models, 
statistics. 

Stout Manual Training School, Menomo- 
nee. Drawings, manual training, sew- 
ing, photographs. 

Superior, Board of Education of. Draw- 
ings, manuscript books, photographs, 
raffia work, sewing. 



Superior, State Normal School of. 

Drawings, photographs. 

Washburn, Board of Education of. Man- 
ual training, photographs. 

Whitewater, State Normal School of. 

Drawings, library work, manuscript 
books, photographs. 

Windsor Township, High School of, De 
Forest. Photographs. 



ARGENTINE. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 12. AISLE G. 



GROUP I. 

National Board of Education, Buenos 

Ayres, Statistics, views and plans of 
school buildings, charts, maps, appar- 
atus. Work of pupils in manual training. 

Ministry of Public Instruction, Buenos 
Ayres. Views of school buildings. 

General Exhibit of pupils' work in kin- 
dergarten, elementary and other pub- 
lic schools by many public schools of 
Argentine. 

GROUP 6. 

Pardo Y Horta, Constantino, Dr., Buenos 

Ayres. Treatise on mercantile arith- 
metic. 

GROUP 8. 

Agentine Evangelical Schools. Annual 

report. 
Del Cioppo, Eduardo, Buenos Ayres. 

"Sarmiento," a reader for elementary 

school; "L'Ecole," a method to teach 

the French language. 
Del Cioppo, Grisanto, Buenos Ayres. 

"La Ninez" school songs. 
Diaz Gomez, J. Pablo and Nicolas Rossi, 

Buenos A3^res. Spanish translation of 

the "Lessons on Special Pedagogj^" 

by Tomasso Pendola. 
McCotter, Maria A., Pablo Diaz Gomez 

and Francisco A. Berra, Buenos Ayres. 

School literature. 



Martinez, Elia M., Buenos Ayres. Pub- 
lications. 

Moreno, Maria M., Buenos Ayres. Pub- 
lications. 

Ministry of Public Instruction, Buenos 
Ayres. Educational publications. 

National Board of Education, Buenos 
Ayres. Educational publications, text 
books used in elementary schools, 
school furniture, school appliances. 

National Institute for Deaf and Dumb. 
Organic chart and course of studies, 
annual reports 1896-1902. El Sordo- 
^ludo Argentino (a monthly reviev/). 

Navarro Guillermo, Buenos Ayres. Spe- 
ciinens of raw and manufactured ma- 
terials to be used for nature study. 

Salza, Emilia E. de, Buenos Ayres. Pub- 
lications. 

Santos Alcocea Mermejo, Rauch (Prov. 
of Buenos _\3M"es). "El I^ector Filo- 
sofo." 

School Board of the Seventh District, 
Buenos Ayres. "La Escuela Primaria," 
(a magazine devoted to school work, 
annual reports, monographs on 'educa- 
tional subjects, "the exhibit of the 
school No. 5 of the 7th district at the 
Buenos Ayres Exposition 1898.") 
Sociedad Internacional de Kindergarten, 
Buenos .\j-res. Fundamental chart 
and reports. 
Zubiaur, Dr. Jose B., Buenos Ayres. 
Publications. 



DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



AUSTRIA. 

(GOVERNMENT EXHIBIT.) 
II3STALLED IN AUSTRIAN GOVERNMENT PAVILION. 



GROUPS 3, 4. 6. 

Imp. Roy. Ministry of Education, Vienna, 

for School of Applied Arts in Vienna 

and Prague and various Austrian State 

Arts and Craft Schools 
Imp. Roy. School of Applied Arts, Vienna, 

Collective exhibit of student works. 
Imp. Roy. School of Applied Arts, 

Prague. Collective exhibit of students' 

work. 
Bechyn (Bohemia). I. R. School for 

Ceramic Art. Pupils' work. 
Bergreichenstein (Bohemia). I. R. 

School for Woodwork. Pupils' work. 
Bobowa (Galicia). School for lace mak- 
ing, pupils' work. 
Bozen (Tyrol). I. R. School for Arts 

and Crafts. Pupils' work. 
Bruck o/Mur (Styria). I. R. School for 

Wood and Iron Work. Pupils' work. 
Chrudim (Bohemia). I. R. School for 

Woodwork. Pupils' work. 
Cortina d'Ampezzo (Tyrol). I. R. 

School for Woodwork. Pupils' work. 
Cortina d'Ampezzo (Tyrol). I. R. 

School for Gold and Silversmith's 

work. Pupils' work. 
Drosau (Bohemia). School for Lace 

Making. Pupils' work. 
Ferlach (Carinthia). I. R. School for 

Gun ^Making. Pupils" work. 
Gablonz (Bohemia). I. R. Art School 

for Brass Founders, Engravers and 

Workers in Metal. Pupils' work. 
Gossengruen (Bohemia). I. R. School 

for Needle Lace Making. Pupils' 

work. 
Gottesgab (Bohemia). School for Lace 

Making. Pupils' work. 
Graz (Styria). I. R. Professional Art 

School. Pupils' work. 
Grulich (Bohemia). I. R. School for 

Woodwork. Pupils' work. 
Haida (Bohemia). I. R. School for 

Glass Making. Pupils' work. 
Hallein (Salzburg). I. R. School for 

Wood Carving and Stone Working. 

Pupils' work. 
Hallstatt (Upper- Austria). I. R. School 

for Woodwork. Pupils' work. 
Horic (Bohemia). I. R. School for 

Sculptors and Stone Masons. Pupils' 

work. 



Idria (Carniolia). I. R. School for Lace 

Making. Pupils' work. 
Innsbruck (Tyrol). I. R. Professional 

Art School. Pupils' work. 
Jaegerndorf (Silesia). I. R. School for 

Weaving. Pupils' work. 
Karlstein (Lower Austria). I. R. School 

for Watch and Clock Making. Pupils' 

work. 
Koeniggraetz (Bohemia). I. R. School 

for Art Iron Work. Pupils' work. 
Koenigsberg on Eger (Bohemia). I. R. 

School for Woodwork. Pupils' work. 
Kolomea (Galicia). I. R. School for 

Woodwork. Pupils' work. 
Laas (Tyrol). I. R. School for Stone 

Work. Pupils' work. 
Laibach (Carniolia). I. R. School for 

Woodwork and Embroidery. Pupils' 

work. 
Lemberg (Galicia). I. R. Professional 

Art School. Pupils' work. 
Luserna (Tyrol). I. R. School for Lace 

^Making. Pupils' work. 
Oberleutensdorf (Bohemia). I. R. School 

for Modeling and Toy Making. Pu- 
pils' work. 
Predazzo (Tyrol). I. R. School for Lace 

Making. Pupils' work. 
Proveis (Tyrol). I. R. School for Lace 

Making. Pupils' work. 
City of Salzburg (Salzburg). Course for 

Training Industrial Teachers. 
City of Salzburg (Salzburg). I. R. Pro- 
fessional Art School. Pupils' work. 
Steinschoenau (Bohemia). I. R. School 

for Glass Making. Pupils' work. 
Tachau (Bohemia). I. R. School for 

Woodwork. Pupils' work. 
Teplitz-Schoenau (Bohemia). I. R. 

School for Art Pottery and Similar 

Crafts. Pupils' work. 
Turnau (Bohemia). I. R. School for 

Polishing and Setting Precious Stones. 

Pupils' work. 
Villach (Carinthia). I. R. School for 

Woodwork. Pupils' work. 
Vienna I (Lower Austria). I. R. School 

for Art Embroidery. Pupils' work. 
Vienna I (Lower Austria). I. R. School 

for Lace Making Course. Pupils' work. 
Vienna II (Lower Austria). I. R. Model 

Workshop for Basket Weaving. Pu- 
pils' work. 



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Vienna VI (Lower Austria). I. R. 

School for Weaving. .Pupils' work. 

Vienna VII (Lower Austria).. I. R. 
Establishment and Experimental La- 
boratory for Graphic Arts. Pupils' 
work. 

Walachisch Meseritsch (Moravia). I. R. 
School for Woodwork. Pupils' work. 

Wallem (Bohemia). I. R. School for 
Woodwork. Pupils' work. 

Zakopane (GaUcia). I. R. School for 
Woodwork. Pupils' work. 



Graslitz (Bohemia). I. R. School for 

Hand and Machine Embroideries. 
Pupils' work. 

COMMERCIAL EXHIBIT. 

Installed in the Palace of Manufactures. 

GROUP 2. 

Wertheim, Handelsschule, Prague (Bo- 
hemia). Professional schools, pupils' 
work. 



BELGIUM. 

LOCATION: NATIONAL PAVILION. 



GROUP I. 

Collective Exhibit of Approved Normal 

Schools. Documents concerning their 
organization and the means used and 
the results obtained. 

Collective Exhibit of State Normal 
Schools. 

Committee of the Brussel's Fair. Vaca- 
tion school organized under its care. 
Photographs and various documents. 

Compagnie Generale d'Ougree-Marihaye, 
Ltd., Ougree. Reports concerning its 
schools and schools for special train- 
ing. 

Delhaize Brothers & Co., Brussels. Re- 
ports on the elementary schools ad- 
joined to their works. 

Dumont G. and Brothers, Sclaigneaux. 
Reports on the kindergarten and ele- 
mentary schools adjoined to their 
works. 

General Direction of Elementary Edu- 
cation, Brussels. General organiza- 
tion of the Froebelian education. Pro- 
gram, legislation, statistics, building 
and methods. Organization of ele- 
mentary schools, elementary normal 
schools and evening schools. 

Pupils' work showing the results ob- 
tained and the practical directions 
given in agricultural and industrial 
education, by the following school 
districts: 

Aerschot, Alost, Antwerp, Arlon, Ath, 
Aubel. Audenaerde, Aywaille, Bas- 
togne, Beauraing, Beeringen, Binche, 
Bouillon, Boussu. Bruges, Brussels, 
Charleroi. Chatelet. Chenee. Chiniay, 
Ciney. Courtrai. Dinant. Dixmude, 
Eeckeren, Eecloo, Fexhe-Slins, Fleron, 
Fontaine I'Eveque, Frasnes-lez-Buis- 
senal Gembloux, Ghent, Gosse'ies, 
Grammont, Hal, Hasselt, Herenthals, 
Hollogne aux Pierres, Houfifalize, Huy, 
Ixelles, Jordoigne, Lacken, La Lou- 
viere, Ledeberg, Lenze, Liege, Lierre, 



Lokeren, Louvain Maesyck, Marche, 
Mariembourg, Mecklin, Menin, Molen- 
beek-St.-Jean, ]\Ions, Morialme, Namur, 
Neufchateau, Nivelles, Ostende, Pa- 
turages, Roulers, St. Hulbert, St.- 

; Josse-ten-Noode, St. Nicolas, Seneffe. 
Seraing, Soignies, Sotteghem, Ter- 
monde, Thielt, Thuin, Tirlemont. Ton- 
gres, Tournay, Tronchiennes, Turn- 

I hout, Verviers, Vilvorde, V i r t o n, 
Waremme, Wavre, Ypres. 

GROUP 2. 

Boys' Secondary Schools of Antwerp, 

Bruges, Brussels, Diest, Fosses, Ghent, 
Herve, Jodoigne, Liege, Limbourg 
(Commercial Section), Louvain, Mons, 
Neufchateau, Paturages (Industrial 
Section), Poperinge, Seraing, Verviers, 
Vilvolde, Waremme,. 

Central Administration of Secondary 
Education (Brussels). Legislation and 
organization of commercial, agricul- 
tural, industrial and maritime educa- 
tion, needle work and domestic 
economy in the Girls' Secondary 
Schools; documents concerning train- 
ing and certification of teachers. 

Communal College of Nivelles. Pupils' 
work. 

Communal College of Tirlemont. Pu- 
pils' work. 

Girls' Secondary Schools in Bruges, 
Charleroi, Lacken, Alechlin (Commer- 
cial section), Cherburg (Commercial 
Section), Scharrbeck (Commercial Sec- 
tion), Tournay (Commercial Section), 
Wavre (Commercial Section). 

Patronized College of Courtrai (Commer- 
cial Section). 

Patronized College of Thielt (Commer- 
cial Section). 

Royal Athenaeums of Antwerp (Com- 
mercial Section), Brussels (Commer- 
cial Section), Cherbourg (Commercial 
Section). Ghent (Commercial Section), 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Ixelles (Commercial Section), Liege 
(Commercial Section),- Tournay (Com- 
mercial Section). 
States Secondary Normal Schools of 

Brussels, Ghent, Liege, Nivelles. 

GROUP 3. 

Armours and Mechanics School, Liege, 

Pupils' work. 
Catholic University of Louvain. Pro- 
grams and documents. 
•Central Administration of Higher Edu- 
cation, of Sciences and Letters, Brus- 
sels. Programs, reports and docu- 
ments concerning colleges and uni- 
versities, and scientific, technical and 
engineering schools, and museums. 
Collective exhibit of the fourteen pro- 
fessional domestic training schools for 
young women inspected by the state. 
Work of pupils chosen in the profes- 
sional, domestic, training schools. 

Collective exhibit of the twenty-nine pro- 
fessional schools for young women in- 
spected by the state. Work of pupils 
chosen in the professional schools of 
Brussels, Ixelles, Louvain, St.-Josse- 
ten-Noode, Ueckle, St. Gilles. 

Collective exhibit of the 302 professional 
schools for young men, subject to 
State inspection. 

Electrical Institute Montefiore, Liege. 
Programs and documents. 

Free University, Brussels. Programs, 
reports, documents. 

General Archives of the Kingdom, Brus- 
sels. Annual reports, documents. 

General Inspection of Professional 
Schools, Brussels. Statistics, reports, 
documents. 

Mining and Civil Engineering School, 
Louvain. Program, reports, docu- 
ments. 

Polytechnical School, Brussels. 

Professional Joinery School, established 
by Mr. Cambier in his works, Ath. 
Pupils' work. 

Professional School of Mechanics, es- 
tablished by M. M. Carels in their 
works, Ghent. 

Professional School of Mechanics, Liege. 

Professional School of Mechanics of 
Precision. Electricity and watchmak- 
ing. Brussels. 

Professional School of Textiles, Ghent. 

Professional Tailoring School, Brussels. 

Professional Tailoring School, Liege. 

Royal Library, Brussels. Annual re- 
ports, documents. 

Royal Museum of Natural History, 
Brussels. Age of Stone in Belgium — 
Collection of bone and stone tools, 
showing the evolution of stone in- 
dustry throughout the principal peri- 



ods: eolithical, paleolithical and neo- 
lithical. Each period is subdivided in 
consecutive and superposed industries, 
so as to show distinctly the altera- 
tions in every stratigraphical level. 

St. Luke's Schools of Ghent, Liege, 
Schoerbeck and Tourney. Pupils' work. 

Spinery and Building School, established 
by Mr. Nicaise in his works. Pupils' 
work. 

State Archives Depositories of Antwerp, 
Arlon, Bruges, Ghent, Hasselt, Liege, 
Mons, Namur. Reports, documents. 

State School of Civil Engineering and 
Mines, Liege. Programs, reports, 
documents. 

State School of Civil Engineering, Arts 
and Manufacturers, Ghent. 

State University of Ghent. 

State University of Liege. 

Superior Institute of Brewery, Ghent. 

GROUP 4. 

Collective Exhibit of Academies and 

Schools of Design of the Kingdom: 
Conservatoire Royal of jNIusic of i\nt- 
werp. Programs, photographs, and re- 
sults in the last competition. 
Conservatoire Royal of Music of Brus- 
sels. 

Conservatoire Royal of Music of Ghent. 
Conservatoire Royal of Music of Liege. 
Conservatoire of Music of Bruges. 
Conservatoire of Music of Mons. 
Ecole Communale of Music of Ander- 
lecht. 

Ecole Communale of Music of Arlon. 
Ecole Communale of Music of Ath. 
Ecole Communale of Music of Athis. 
Ecole Communale of Music of Boussn. 
Ecole Communale of Music of Charle- 
roi. 

Ecole Communale of Music of Chate- 
let. 

Ecole Communale of ]\lusic of La Lou- 
viere. 

Ecole Communale of [Music of Marci- 
nelle. 

Ecole Communale of Music of Namur. 
Ecole Communale of !\Iusic of Nivel- 
les. 

Ecole Communale of Music of Philip- 
peville. 

Ecole Communale of Music of Tirle- 
mont. 

Ecole Communale of ]Music of Tour- 
nay. 

General Direction of Fine Arts, Brus- 
sels. Reports and other documents 
concerning the Art Schools and Insti- 
tutes. General Inspection of the Musi- 
cal Institutions. Programs, statistics 
and photographs of the musical schools 
subdivided and inspected by the state. 



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GROUP 5- 

Collective Exhibit of Agricultural Edu- 
cation and Scientific Agricultural In- 
stitutions. Documents, books, pro- 
grams, relating to the organization of 
agricultural education and the teach- 
ing of rural economy: 
Agricultural Elementarj- Grades. Mr. 
Poll, Director of the States Benevolent 
Schools of Ruysselede, by Beveren. 
Agricultural State's Institute at Gem- 
bloux. 

Agronomic Institute, Louvain. 
Courses for Farmers. Organized by 
the State. Reports. 
Domestic Training School at Bou- 
chout. 

Service of the State's Agronomists. 
Reports. 

S^'Tte's Agricultural Secondary Practi- 
c .1 School at Hu3^ 
State's Botanical Garden, Brussels, 
State's Chemical and Bacteriological 
Institute, State's Laboratories of An- 
alysis. 

State's Horticultural School at Ghent. 
State's Veterinary' School at Cureg- 
hom. 
Study Club of the State's Agronomists. 

GROUP 6. 

Collective Exhibit of Free Industrial, 

Professional, Commercial and Domes- 
tic Education. 

Collective Exhibit of the Seventy-four In- 
dustrial Schools subject to the State's 
inspection. Pupils' work. 

Collective Exhibit of the Fourteen spe- 
cial High Schools. C(jmmerce, indus- 
try, arts and trades, textiles subju- 
gated by the State. 

Commercial Institute of the Manufac- 
turers of Hainaut, ]\Ions. 

General Inspection of Industrial Schools, 
Brussels. Statistics, reports and docu- 
ments. 

Industry Schools of Antwerp, Brussels, 
Ghent, Jemoppes, La Louviere, Liege, 
Alorlanwez, St. Ghislain. Pupils' work. 

Superior, Commercial and Consular 
School of ^lons. Photographs, pro- 
grams, documents. 

Superior Institute of Commerce, Ant- 
werp. 

GROUP 7- 

General Direction of Benevolence, Brus- 
sels. Plans and photographs of edu- 
cation establishments for the blind. 
School-books, maps and implements 
used for education of the blind. Ob- 
jects manufactU'Ted by the pupils. 
Documents concerning institutions for 



deaf and dumb and the feeble-minded. 
Books, maps and implements used for 
the education and sport of defective 
children. 
j Institute of Blind, Deaf and Dumb, 
\ Bruges. Objects manufactured by pu- 
pils. Programs and photographs. 

Institute of Blind, Deaf and Dumb, Brus- 
j sels. Programs and photographs. 

Institute of Blind, Deaf and Dumb. 
Maeseyck. 

Institutes for Epileptic or Lunatic Chil- 
dren at Louvain, Lummen, Tessen 
derlo, Manuge, Lokeren. Programs, 
methods, notices and photographs. 

Le Sourd-Muet Beige, organe officiel de 
la Federation Beige des "Sourds-Mu- 
ets," Liege. 

Royal Institute for Blind, Deaf and 
Dumb. Woluwe-St. Lambert, near 
Brussels. Reports, documents. 

Special School for Lunatic Children an- 
nexed to the Strop-House, Ghent. 
Documents. 

GROUP 8. 

Aerts, L., Director of the Industrial 
School, Louvain. Practical elements of 
the resistance of materials. 

Ansotte, C, and Defrise, A., Professors at 
the Industrial School of Paturages and 
Dour. iMethod of centralization ap- 
plied to commercial accountantship. 

Archeological and Historical Society of 
Verviers. Documents. 

Archeological Club of Enghien, Mechlin, 
jNIons, Soignies, Termonde. Pays de 
Waes, Liege. Documents. 

Archeological Institute of Liege. 

Archeological Institute of Luxembourg. 
Documents. 

Archeological Society of Brussels. Docu- 
ments. 

Archeological Society of Namur. Docu- 
ments. 

Archeological Society of Nivelles. Docu- 
ments. 

Architectural Central Society. Docu- 
ments. 

Astronomical Service of Belgium. Docu- 
ments. 

Belgian Numismatical Society. Docu- 
ments. 

Belgian Royal Society of Geography. 
Documents. 

Belgian Society of Economy. Docu- 
ments. 

Belgian Society of Geology, Paleontol- 
og}', and Hydrology. Docimients. 

Belgian Society of Microscopy. Docu- 
ments. 

Belgian Society of Ophthalmology. 

Belgian Society of Otology and Larynol- 
ogy. Documents. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Belgian Society of Sociology. Docu- 
ments. 

Belgian Surgical Society. Documents. 

Bertrand, L., & Urbain, E., Professors at 
the Industrial School of Quierrain and 
Paturages. Course of elementary me- 
chanics. 

Bouche, C, Professor at the Industrial 
School of Dour. Course of electricity. 

Buisseret, E. & Baude, S., Professors at 
the Industrial School -of Leuze and 
Nivelles. Exercises of National phi- 
losophy, mechanics and electricity. 

Club of Sciences and Arts, Huy. Docu- 
ments. 

College of Physicians of the Brussels' 
Agglomeration. Documents. 

Commission of the "Belgica." Docu- 
ments. * 

Commission of the National Biography. 
Documents. 

Corbisier, J., Professor at the Industrial 
School of Nivelles. Geometry for the 
workmen. 

Crevals, T., Director of St. Antonius Pro- 
fessional School, Ghent. 

Demeuse, A., Director at the Industrial 
School of Charleroi. Elementary 
course of political and industrial econ- 
omy. 

Du Caju Ghent. Tracts and pamphlets 
crowned by the Royal Academy ot 
Belgium, the province of Hainaut and 
the National Society of Encourage- 
ment to Well-Doing, Paris. 

Entomological Society of Belgium. 
Documents. 

Flemish Royal Academy. Documents. 

General Direction of Elementary and 
Secondary Education, Brussels. Types, 
plans and documents concerning school 
furniture, school appliances. 

Geological Service of Belgium. Docu- 
ments. 

Geological Society of Belgium. Docu- 
ments. 

Ghislain, O., Professor at the Industrial 
School of Namur. Industrial and com- 
mercial geography of Belgium. 

Goossons, O., Professor at the Industrial 
School, Paturages. Elementary course 
of geometrical design and projections. 

Goux, J., Professor at the Industrial 
School of Louvam. Elements of prac- 
tical geometry and topography. 

Gynecological and Obstetrical Belgian 
Society. Documents. 

Historical and Archeological Society of 
Ghent. Documents. 

Historical Society of Courtrai. Docu- 
ments. 

Historical Society of the Campine. Docu- 



ments. 



International Institute of Bibliography. 

Documents. 

Institute of Social Sciences. Documents. 

Launoy, J., Director at the Industrial 
School of Soignies. Practical course 
of stone cutting preceded by notions 
of geology and descriptive geometrj-; 
civil instructions. 

Leroy, L., Professor at the Industrial 
School of Charleroi. Notions of po- 
litical economy. 

"Les amis de I'Education Populaire" 
Workmen's Society. Louvret Cour- 
celles. Excursions, conferences, libra- 
ries, maps. 

L, Mai, Professor at the Industrial School 
of Braine-le-Comte. Publications. 

Manfroy, P., Practical Treatise of Indus- 
trial Accountantship. '^Society account- 
antship. 

Medard, Ch., Professor at the Industrial 
School of Franeries. Publications. 

Medical Society of Antwerp. Docu- 
ments. 

Medical Society of Ghent. Documents. 

Medical Syndicate of the Province of 
Namur. Documents. 

Medico-Surgical Society of Antwerp. 
Documents. 

Medico-Surgical Society of Belgium. 
Documents. 

Medico-Surgical Society of Liege. Docu- 
ments. 

Meteorological Service of Belgium. 
Documents. 

Michot, J., Professor of the Superior, 
Commercial and Consular School of 
Hainaut, ]Mons. Course of commercial 
correspondence. 

Moulan, Ph., (late) Professor at the In- 
dustrial School of Seraing. Elemen- 
tary mechanics. 

Naturalist's Club of Huy. Documents. 

Notre Dame de la Paix College. Philos- 
ophy, letters and science section. Docu- 
ments. 

Paleontological & Archeological Society 
of Charleroi. Documents. 

Poriniot, L., Professor at the Industrial 
School t)f .Marchieune-au-Pont. Prac- 
tical course of applied algebra. 

Royal Academy of Archaeology. Docu- 
ments. 

Royal Academy of Belgium. Documents. 

Royal Academy of Medicine. Docu- 
ments. 

Royal Association of Chemists. Docu- 
I ments. 

j Royal Commission of History. Docu- 
I ments. 

Royal Linneean Society. Documents. 

Royal Society of Botanies. Documents. 

Royal Society of Chemists. Documents. 



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Royal Society of Geography, Antwerp. 
Documents. 

Royal Society of Natural and Medical 
Sciences of Brussels. Documents. 

Royal Society of Public Medicine. Docu- 
ments. 

Royal Society of Sciences, Liege. 

Royal Zoological and Matueological So- 
ciety. Documents. 

Ruelle, J., Professor at the Industrial 
School of Fraineries. Commercial and 
industrial accountantship. Documents. 

St. Louis Institute, Section of Philosophy 
and Letters, Brussels. Documents. 

Scientific Society of Brussels. Docu- 
ments. 

Social Economy's Society. Documents. 

Society for the Improvement of Histori- 
cal and Philosophical Studies. 

Society of Anthropology. 

Society of Art and History of .the Dio- 
cese of Liege. Documents. 

Society of Colonial Studies. Documents. 

Society of Emulation, Liege. Documents. 

Society of History and Literature, Tour- 
nai. Documents. 

Society of Legal Medicine of Belgium. 
Documents. 



Society of Mental Medicine of Belgium. 
Documents. 

Society of Neurology. Documents. 

Society of Pathological Anatomy, Brus- 
sels. Documents. 

Society of Pharmacy, Antwerp. Docu- 
ments. 

Society of Political Economy. Docu- 
ments. 

Society of Sciences, Letters and Arts of 
Hainaut. Documents. 

Souris, A., Professor at the Industrial 
School of Louvain. Documents. 

(a) Practical treaty of industrial 
painting. 

(b) The oxide of zinc paintings and 
its employment. Documents. 

(c) Pintura industrial. Documents. 
Stienon, E., Practical Course of Stenog- 
raphy. Documents. 

The Melophiles Society, Hasselt. Docu- 
ments. 

Van Ker Khove, G., Professor at the In- 
dustrial School at Braine-le-Comte. 
Documents. 

Wautry at Vitrival. Lessons of agricul- 
ture. 



BRAZIL. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 12. AISLE G. 



GROUP I. 

Casa de S. Jose, Cap. Federal. Photo- 
graphs, drawings done by pupils. 

Collegio Maria Auxiliadora, M a 1 1 o 
Grosso. Samples of artistic work done 
by pupils. 

Escola Normal, Cap. Federal. Drawings 
made by pupils. 

Escola Normal, S. Paulo. Drawings 
made by pupils. 

Escola Modelo Benjamin Constant, Cap 
Federal. Maps made by pupils, pho- 
tographs. 

Escola Modelo da Rua da Harmonia, 

Cap. Federal. Photographs. 
Escola Modelo Maria Jose, S. Paulo. 

Drawings and pupils' work. 
Escola Modelo Prudente de Moraes, S. 

Paulo. Drawings and pupils' work. 
Escolas Municipaes, Bahia. Manual 

works. 

Escola Senador Correia, Cap. Federal. 

Photographs. 

Institute Profissional Feminino, Cap. 

Federal. Drawings made by pupils. 



Prefeitura, Cap. Federal. Pupils' works 

made in public schools. 

Pedro J. de Carvalho, Minas Geraes. 

- Photograph of primary school at M. 
de Hespanha. 

S. Paulo, Department of Agriculture of. 

Photographs of school buildings. 

Secretaria do Interior, S. Paulo. Pho- 
tographs, work done by pupils. 

GROUP 2. 

Amazonas, (Commissao do Estado). 

Photographs of school buildings. 

Benjamin Constant, Institute, Amazonas. 

Work done by pupils, photographs of 
buildings. 

Bosco, D., Escola, Matto Grosso. Work 

of pupils and publications. 

Collegio Salesiano de Cuyaba. Matto 

Grosso. Photographs of exteriors and 
interiors, plan of school buildings, 
views of the meteorological observa- 
tory. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Januario de S. Rondon, Matto Grosso. 

Plan of school building, "Lyceo Cuya- 

bano." 
Commissao do Estado, Matto Grosso. 

P^hotogi'aphs of public schools for 

boys and girls. 
Escolas Dom Bosco, Minas Geraes. 

Photographs of school buildings. 
Institute Lauro Sodre, Para. Photo- 
graphs. 
Matto Grosso, Commissao Do Estado. 

Legislation about public education. 
Orphans Asylo de, Bahia. Work of 

orphan children. 
S. Paulo, Department of Agriculture of. 

Photographs of school buildings. 
Ramon Roca Dordal, S. Paulo. Metric 

system apparatus. 
Santissimo Coracao de Jesus, Collegio, 

Bahia. Embroidery works. 
Secretaria do Interior, S. Paulo. Pho- 
tographs of public schools for boys and 

girls. 

GROUP 3. 

Escola de Direitos do Estado da Bahia. 

Phot<iyraphs. 

E. de Minas de Ouro Preto, Minas Ger- 
aes. School records. 

Escola de Medicina, Bahia. Photo- 
graphs. 

Escola de Pharmacia, S. Paulo. Prepa- 
rations made b>' jnipils. 

Escola de Medicina, Cap. Federal. 
Photographs. 

Escola Polytechnica, S. Paulo. Motor, 
models and appliances done by pupils. 

Institute Profissional Masculino, Cap. 
Federal. Pupils' works. 

Institute Lauro Sodre, Para. Work of 
pupils and uniforms. 

Lyceo do Sagrado Coracao, S. Paulo. 
Work of pupils. 

GROUP 5. 

S. Paulo, Department of Agriculture. 

Albums of school and public buildings, 
etc. 

Prefeitura, Capital Federal. Photo- 
graphs of schools. 

Secretaria do Interior, S. Paulo. Al- 
bums of schools and public buildings. 

Secretaria da Agricultura, Bahia. Pho- 
tographs. 

GROUP 6. 

Andrade, Eliza Urel, Bahia. Wax 

flowers. 
Bal Zala, Padre, Director da Colonia 

"Sagrado Coracao de Jesus." Matto 
Grosso. Samples of needlework done 
by Indian children from seven to 
eleven years of age, belonging to the 



Tribe "Bororos Coroados" living at 
"Barreiro." 

College Oito de Dezembro, Bahia. Wax 

llowers. 
Collegio do Santissimo Coracao de Jesus, 

Bahia. Needlework done by pupils. 
Escola Modelo Benjamin Constant, Cap. 

Federal. Needlework done by pupils, 
and photographs. 

Escola Modelo da Rua da Harmonia, 

Capital Federal. Needlework done by 
pupils. 

Escola Modelo "Maria Jose," S. Paulo. 

Needlework done by pupils. 
Escola Modelo Caetano de Campos, S. 

Paulo. School appliances. 
Escola Modelo "Prudente da Moraes," 

S. Paulo. Needlework done by pupils. 
Escola Modelo do Carmo, S. Paulo. 

Needlework done bj' pupils. 
Escola Normal, Cap. Federal. Needle- 
work done by pupils. 
Escola Normal, S. Paulo. Needlework 

done by pupils. 
2a Escola Publica Feminina, 2^ Dis- 

tricto, Cap. F'ederal. Needlework done 

by pupils. 
5a Escola Publica Feminina, 5° Dis- 

tricto, Cap. I'>deral. Needlework done 

by pupils. 
8a Escola Publica Feminina, 6° Dis- 

tricto. Cap. Federal. Needlework done 

by pupils. 
12a Escola Publica Feminina, 6"" Dis- 

tricto, Cap. Federal. Needlework done 

by pupils, and books. 
Escola da Comp., "Luz Stearica," Cap. 

I'ederal. Needlework done by pupils, 

and drawings. 
Escola Municipal de Sto. Antonio, Bahia. 

Feather flowers. 
2a Escola Municipal Feminina do Pilar, 

Fjahia. Needlework done b}^ pupils. 
Escola Municipal da Penha, Bahia. 

Needlework done by pupils. 
Escola Municipal de S. Pedro, Bahia. 

Needlework done by pupils, and ap- 
pliances. 
Escola Municipal de S. Thome de Paripe, 

Bahia. Needlework done by pupils. 
Escola Municipal do Districto da Se, 

Bahia. Needlework. 
Escola Normal, Cap. Federal. Steno- 

graphical works. 
Institute Lauro Sodre, Para. Pupils' 

works. 
Institute Profissional Feminine, Cap. 

Federal. Needlework done by pupils. 
Orphans do Asylo de S. Cernelio, Cap. 

Federal. Embroideries in gold, and 

needlework done by pupils. 
Orphans da Sta Casa, Cap. Federal. 

Embroideries in gold, and needlework 

done by pupils. 



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"Bororos Coroados," living at "Bar- 
reiro." 
Professora Amelia C. Brochado, Bahia. 

Needlework. 

GROUP 8. 

Arnaldo de O, Barreto e Ramon R. Dor- 

dal, S. Paulo. Books of maps. 

Artes & Officios, Lyceo, Amazonas. 
School furniture. 

Associacao Beneficente do Professorado 
Publico, S. Paulo. Publications. 

A. De Paula Freitas, Capital Federal. 
Books. 

A. Promotora da Instruccao, Capital 
Federal. Books. 

Brito Paulino, Amazonas. School books. 

Commissao De Joinville, Santa Catha- 
rina. School furniture. 

CoUegio S. Luiz, Minas-Geraes. Topo- 
^Traphic map. photographs and publi- 
cations. 

Curytiba, Com. M. de, Parana. School 
furniture. 

Escola Modelo "Benjamin Constant," 
Capital Federal. School appliances. 

Escola Modelo da Rue de Harmonia, 
Capital Federal. School appliances. 

Escola Modelo "Maria Jose," S. Paulo. 
Sclii'oi appliances. 

Escola Modelo "Prudente de Moraes," 
S. Paulo. School appliances. 

Escola Normal, Cap. Federal. School 
appliances and text books. 

Escola Normal, S. Paulo. School appli- 
ances. 

Escola Polytechnica, S. Paulo. School 
appliances. 

Espindola Siqueira & Ca., S. Paulo. 
School books. 

Escola de Pharmacia, Odontologia E 
Obsteririca. S. Paulo. School appli- 
ances and books. 

Faculdade de Medicina da Bahia, Bahia. 
Medical newspapers and books, photo- 
.graphs and map. 

Gymnasium of the State of S. Paulo. 
School appliances. 
Photographs. 

Gymnasio N. da Conceicao, Rio Grande 
do Sul. Scliool books and photo- 
graphs. 

Governo do Estado, Amazonas. Publi- 
catioiT^. 

Honorio Esteves, Minas-Geraes. Chro- 
matic alphabet. 



Instituto Historico e Geographies, S. 

Paulo. Publications. 
Instituto "Lauro Sodre," Para. School 

appliances and books. 
Joao Mayer Junior and Co., Rio Grande 

do Sul. School books and maps. 
Jose Augusto Caldas, Matto Grosso. Vo- 
cabulary of Indian language. 
L. Cardoso, S. Paulo. School books. 
Livraria Teixeira, S., S. Paulo. School 

books. 
Lyceo do Sagrado Coracao, S. Paulo. 

Graphical map, and school appliances. 
Lyceo Salesiano de Artes e Officios "S. 

Goncalo," Matto Grosso. Publications. 
Luiz da Silva, S. Paulo. School books. 
Lepper, Fernando, S. Catharina, School 

furniture. 
Manoel Baragiola, S. Paulo. Gymnastic 

books. 
Mayer Junior & Co, Joao, P. Alegre, 

School books and maps. 
Melillo & Co., Miguel, S. Paulo. School 

books. 
Model School of the "Carmo," S. Paulo. 

School appliances. 
Model School "Maria Jose," S. Paulo. 

School appliances. 
Museu Paulista, S. Paulo. Publications. 
Normal School and Connected Establish- 
ments, S. Paulo. School appliances. 
Polytechnic School, S. Paulo. School 

appliances. 
Ramon Roca Dordal, S. Paulo. School 

books. 
Rotermund, M., S. Leopoldo. School 

books. 
Rotermund, W., Rio Grande do Sul. 

School books. 
Sampaio, Theodoro, S. Paulo. Geo- 
graphical work. 
Sampaio Theodoro, Dr., S. Paulo. 

School books. 
Secretaria da Agricultura, Bahia. Books 

and legislations. 
Secretaria do Interiot, S. Paulo. School 

furniture. 
Silva, Luiz Da, S. Paulo. School books. 
Souza A. Monteiro de, Amazonas. School 

books. 
Staff of Public Teachers, S. Paulo. School 

books and school appliances. 
Tito H. Silva, Parahyba. School books. 
Typographia Brazil de Carlos Gerke, 

S. Paulo. School books. 
Typographia do Diario Official, S. Paulo. 

School books and appliances. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



BULGARIA. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 12, EDUCATIONAL BUILDING. 



GROUP I. 

Elementary Schools of the District of 

Sohpia, Tirnovo, Kusteiidil, Slionmen, 
\'arna and Rowstchonk. Manual train- 
ing. 

GROUP 2. 

High Pedagogical Schools of Lompalanca 

and Kazanlik. Manual training and 
photograph views. 
High Schools for Girls of Tirnovo, Stara 
Zagora, Plovdiv and Sohpia. ^Manual 
training, drawings and photograph 
views. 



High Schools for Boys of Tirnovo, 

Varna, Sohpia, Plovdiv and Roust- 

chouk. Drawings and photograph 
views. 

GROUP 4. 

Special Education in Fine Arts. 

State Drawing School, Sophia. Busts in 

Plaster of Paris. 
State University of Sophia. Statistics 

and photogr.'.ph views. 

GROUP 6. 

State Commercial School of Svistove. 

Drawings and text books. 



CANADA. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 6. AISLE L 



GROUP 6. 

O'SuUivan, E. J., Winnipeg. Student's 

w'lrk in business college. 



CEYLON. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 4, AISLE 5. 



GROUP 8. 

Department of Public Instruction, Co- 

loinbo. 

Colombo Museu.ni. Publications of the 
)iluseum, library, text books, maps, etc. 
Ceylon Branch of the Royal Asiatic 
SocietJ^ Publications. 
Royal College. Publications, schedule, 
etc. 

Technical College. Publications, speci- 
mens of work done, etc. 
Training College. Schedule of work. 
Christian Literature Society's Publica- 
tions. Text books. 

St. Joseph's Catholic Press Publica- 
tions, Jaffna. Text books. 
Medical College. Calendars of school. 

Christian Literature Society. Maps. 

St- Joseph's Catholic Press, Jaffna. 
^laps. 

Public Instruction Department. Maps. 



Training College. Made map of Ceylon. 

Colombogama Industrial School. Jaffna. 
Bookbinding. 

Kellupitiya Press and Book Room, Wes- 

leyan Alethodist Mission. Publica- 
tions. 

Collective Exhibit of Lace Work by the 

girls of the following industrial 

schools: 

Wennappuwa Convent. 

Sacred Heart Convent, Galle. 

Good Shepard Convent, Ketahena, 

Colombo. 

C. M. S. Tamil Industrial School, 

Kandy. 

Collective Exhibit of Carpentry by the 

pupils of the following industrial 

schools: 

Colombogama Industrial School, 

Jaffna. 

]\Iaggena Reformatory. 



CEYLON— CHINA— CUBA. 



C. M. S. M. Industrial School, Dod- 

anduwa. 

Technical College, Colombo. 



Collective Exhibit of Tamil Writing Ma- 
terials and Tamil ola manuscripts in 
regular use in the vernacular schools. 

Drieberg, C. Agricultural Magazine. 



CHINA. 



LOCATION: BLOCK 5. AISLE H. 



GROUP I. 

Schools under Foreign Supervision for 

the Education of Chinese. Photo- 
graphs and views of buildings and 
grounds. Maps, examination papers, 
translations, models, samples of school 
industries. 



GROUP 3. 

Nanyung College, Shanghai. Model of 
college buildings, plan of college 
grounds. 

Nanyang College, Shanghai. Model of 

building and plans of grounds. 



GROUP 6. 

Chinese-American College, Amoy. Pho- 
tographic views of teachers and pupils. 

Imperial Chinese Government. Educa- 
tion publications, models of examina- 
tion hall, life-size figures showing cos- 
tumes of successful scholars. 

Industrial Institutef Peking. Model of 
buildings. 

Industrial Mission, Chef 00. Lace, 
basket-work and brushes. 

Kelly and Walsh Limited, Shanghai. 
Publications on China. 

Mission Schools, China. Educational 
publications, text books, etc., maps, 
charts, photographs and pictures of 
schools in the various provinces. 



CUBA. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 12. AISLE G. 



GROUP I. 

KINDERGARTENS. 

Cardenas, City District of. Pupils' 

work. 
Cienfuegos, City District of. Pupils' 

work. 
Gucmabacoa, City District of. Pupils' 

work. 
Habana, City District of. "Luz y Cabal- 

lero" school and schools Nos. 8 and 
36. Pupils' work. Normal school, Nor- 
mal students' work and pupils' work. 

Keil de Greit, Marie E. Report on the 
organization of Kindergartens in Cuba. 

Matanzas, City District of. "Felix Var- 
ela" and "Pueblo Nuevo" Schools. 
Pupils' work. 

Sagua la Grande, City District of. Pu- 
pils' work. 

ELEMENTARY GRADES. 

Aguacate, Municipal District of. Sev- 
eral public schools, albums containing 
pupils' works on several subjects. 



Alquizar, Municipal District of. Several 

public schools, school time-table, em- 
broideries, map of the district and 
albums containing pupils' works on 
several subjects. 

Artemisa, Municipal District of. Several 
public schools, albums containing pu- 
pils' works on several subjects. Pri- 
vate school "La Inmaculada Concep- 
cion." Needle work. 

Bahia Honda, Municipal. District of. 
Several public schools, embroideries 
and albums containing pupils' works 
on several subjects. 

Batabano, Municipal District of. Several 
public school, albums containing pu- 
pils' work on several subjects. 

Bauta, Municipal District of. Several 
public schools. .\lbums containing 
pupils" work on several subjects. 

Bejucal, Municipal District of. Several 
public schools Map of school, v.'ater 
color works, collections of geometrical 
solids made of clay and albums con- 
taining pupils' work. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Camaguey, City District of. Several 

public schools. Drawing and water 
color paintings, embroideries, needle 
work and albums containing pupils' 
work. 
Private Schools "El Porvenir." One 
photograph. 

Private School "Nuestra Senora del 
Sagrado Corazon." Embroideries. 
Private School "Escuelas Pias." 
Photographs. 

Private School "La Caridad." Man- 
ual training, embroideries and draw- 
ings. 
Cardenas, City District of. Several pub- 
lic schools. Albums containing pupils' 
works on several subjects. 
Catalina, Municipal District of. Several 
public schools. Photographs and al- 
bums containing pupils' works on sev- 
era'l subjects. 
Ceiba del Agua, Municipal District of. 
Several public schools. Albums con- 
taining pupils' works on several sub- 
jects. 
Cienfuegos, City District of. Several 
public schools. Embroideries, auto- 
graphs and photographs. Sloyd and 
girls' manual training and albums con- 
taining pupils' works on several sub- 
jects. 
Gibara, Municipal District of. Several 
public schools. Pupils' works on sev- 
eral, subjects. 
Private School "La Santisima Trini- 
dad." [Manual training and embroid- 
eries. 
Guanabacoa, City District of. Several 
public schools. Relief maps of Cuba 
and North America, needle work, em- 
broideries and albums containing pu- 
pils' work. 
Guanabacoa, Municipal District of. Sev- 
eral public schools. Embroideries and 
albums containing pupils' work. 

Board of Education. Report on the 
public schools of the district. 
Guanajay, Municipal District of. Several 
public schools. Work done with sea 
shells and albums containing pupils' 
works on several subjects. 
Guara, Municipal District of. Several 
public schools. Albums containing 
pupils' works on several subjects. 
Board of Education. School statis- 
tics and photographs. 
Guines, Municipal District of. Several 
public schools. Embroideries, geo- 
metrical solids, maps of schools and al- 
bums containing pupils' works on sev- 
eral subjects. 

Board of Education. Report on the 
l)ul)lic schools of the district. 



Guira de Melena, Municipal District of. 

Several public schools. Frame con- 
taining practical lesson on a Cuban in- 
dustry and albums containing pupils' 
works on several subjects. 
Habana, City District of. Public schoolsi 
numbers i, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, II, 12, 
13, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 25, 30, 32. 
23, 34, 36, 37, 39, 40, 42, 46, 48, 51, 52, 
53, 5t>, 57, 58, 60, 61, 65, 67, and "Luz y 
Caballero." Boy's and girl's manual 
training, photographs, maps of schools 
and school districts, maps, drawings, 
needle work, embroideries, geometrical 
solids, relief maps, oil and water color 
paintings and albums containing pu- 
pils' works on several subjects. 
Public School "Luz y Caballero." 
Models of sloyd presented by the 
teacher and work in sloyd done by 
the pupils. 

Private School "Maria Luisa Dolz." 
Embroideries, crayon paintings, pho- 
tographs, botanical collections, draw- 
ings, writing, composition works 
and annual report of the school. 
Private School "Nuestra Senora de 
la Caridad." Embroideries. 
Private School "Santa Ana." Map 
drawing, oil painting, drawing, com- 
position and caligraphic works, em- 
broideries and photographs. 
Private School "La Inmaculada Con- 
cepcion." Embroideries and cali- 
graphic works. 

Private School "Nuestra Senora de 
los Desamparados." Alaps of Cuba 
and North and South America. 
Private School "Santa Teresa de Je- 
sus." Embroideries, drawing, and 
works on several subjects. 
Private School "San Anacleto." Wa- 
ter color paintings. 
Private School "Romualdo de la 
Cuesta." Report, photographs, pu- 
pils' works on several subjects and 
inanual training. 

Private School "San Manuel y San 
Francisco." Pupils' manual training 
and report of the school. 
Private School "Sritas Portela." Map 
drawing and written works on geo- 
graph}' and history. 
Episcopal Church School. Pupils' 
works on several subjects and photo- 
graphs. 
Holguin, Municipal District of. Several 
public schools. Woven work in Guana, 
embroideries, needle work, manual 
training and oil painting. 
Institucion Francesa. Pupils' work in 
fish scale, embroideries, painting and 
French composition. 



CUBA. 



Isla de Pinos, Municipal District of. Sev- 
eral public schools. Albums CDiitain- 
ing pupils' works on several subjects. 
Jaruco, Municipal District of. Several 
public schools. Embroideries, maps 
and albums containing pupils' works 
on several subjects. 
Madruga, Municipal District of. Several 
public schools. Collections of molluscs 
and minerals and albums containing 
pupils' works on several subjects. 
Mantua, Municipal District of. Several 
public schools. Embroideries, crayon 
paintings, maps and albums containing 
pupils' works on several subjects. 
Manzanillo, City District. Private School 
"La Purisima Concepcion." Embroid- 
eries, manual training and photographs. 
Marianao, Municipal District of. Several 
public schools. Statistical work, bas- 
ket weaving, modeling of wax fruit, 
and albums containing pupils' works 
on several subjects. 
Matanzas, City District of. Several pub- 
lic schools. Embroideries, manual 
training, wire work, knife work, botani- 
cal collections, school calendars, geo- 
metrical solids and albums containing 
pupils' work on several subjects. 
Private School "Nuestra Senora de 
las Mercedes." Embroideries. 
Private School "Santa Teresa de 
Jesus." Photographs. 
Matanzas, Municipal District of. Sev- 
eral public schools, .\lbums contain- 
ing pupils' works on several subjects. 
Board of Education. Photographs. 
Munoz Rubalcabal, A. Book on School 

Hygiene. 
Nueva Paz, Municipal District of. Sev- 
eral public schools. Tapestry, map of 
school and albums containing pupils" 
works on several subjects. 

Private School "Patria." Photo- 
graphs. 
Nuevitas, Municipal District of. Several 
public schools. Needle work and wo- 
ven work in Guana. 
Padro de Oliva, Ernestina. Private 
teacher Pupils' work on several sub- 
jects. 

Palmira, Municipal District of. Several 

public schools. Embroideries and al- 
bums containing pupils' works on sev- 
eral subjects. 
Pinar del Rio, City District of. Several 
public schools. Flowers made of fish 
scales and albums conraming pupils' 
works on several subjects. 
PKvate School "Nuestra Senora de 
las Mercedes." Lace and embroid- 
ery. 



Remedios, Municipal District of. Sev- 
eral public schools. Needle work, em- 
broideries and albums containing pu- 
pils' work on several subjects. 

Rodriguez del Valle, Dr. M. Report of 
School No. 6i and pamphlet on School 
Hygiene. 

Sagu la Grande, City District of. Sev- 
eral public schools. Embroideries, 
geometrical solids, manual training in 
straw and albums containing pupils" 
works on several subjects. 

San Antonio de los Banos, Municipal 
District of. Several public schools. 
Collection of woods, practical lesson 
in the tobacco industry and albums 
containing pupils' works on several 
subjects. 

San Critobal, Municipal District of. 

Several public schools. Samples or 
Cuban woods, embroideries, botanical 
collections and albums containing pu- 
pils' works on several subjects. 

Sancti-Spiritus, City District of. Several 
public schools. ALanual training, em- 
broideries and albums containing pu- 
pils' works on several subjects. 

San Jose de las Lajas, Municipal Dis- 
trict of. Several public schools. Em- 
broideries and needle work and albums 
containing pupils' work on several 
subjects. 

Private School "Subdistrito No. 2." 
Embroidery and photograph. 

San Juan de los Yeras, Municipal Dis- 
trict of. Several public schools. Em- 
broideries and albums containing pu- 
pils' work on several subjects. 

San Juan y Martinez, Municipal District 
of. Several public schools. Photo- 
graphs and pupils" work on several 
subjects. 

San Luis, Municipal District of (P. del 

R.). Several public schools. Albums 
containing jnipils" works on several 
subjects. 

Private School "Marti." Pupils' 

written work. 
Santa Clara, City District of. Several 
public schools. Embroideries, maps, 
leather work, shell work, album of au- 
tographs and photographs and albums 
containing pupils' works on several 
subjects. 

Santa Maria del Rosario, Municipal Dis- 
trict of. Several public; schools. Pho- 
tographs, embroideries and albums 
containing pupils" works on several 
subjects. 

Santiago de Cuba, City District of. Sev- 
eral public schools. Collections of in- 
sects and roots, embroideries, oil paint- 
ing, manual training, photographs. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



maps, geometrical solids and pupils' 
works on several subjects. 
Santiago de las Vegas, Municipal District 
of Several public schools. Collec- 
tion of wild flowers, embroideries, 
maps and albums containing pupils' 
works on several subjects. 
Superintendent of Schools of the Pro- 
vince of Camaguey. Photographs of 
the schools of the province. 
Superintendent of Schools of the Pro- 
vince of Habana. Photographs of the 
schools of the province. 
Superintendent of Schools of the Pro- 
vince of ]Matanzas. Photographs of 
the schools of the province. 
Superintendent of Schools of the Pro- 
vince of Pinar del Rio. Photographs 
of the schools of the province. 
Superintendent of Schools of the Pro- 
vince of Santa Clara. Photographs of 
the schools of the province. 
Superintendent of Schools of the Pro- 
vince of Santiago de Cuba. Photo- 
graphs of the schools of the province. 
Trinidad, City District of. Several pub- 
lic schools. Manual training, clay 
modeling, embroideries, basket weav- 
ing, wood carving, fish scale work and 
pupils' work on several subjects. 

Private School "Nuestra Senora de 

la Caridad del Cobre." Embroidery. 

Vinales, Municipal District of. Several 

public schools. Wooden inlaid work, 

samples of Cuban woods and pupils' 

works on several subjects . 

Yaguaramas, Municipal District of. 

Board of Education. Photographs.. 
Habana, City District of. "Portero" 
Private Academy. Frames containing 
practical lessons on psychological sub- 
jects and Cuban tobacco and sugar in- 
dustries, embroidery, kid and paper 
• work, manual training, water color 
painting, drawing, pedagogical works 
and a report of the academy. 
Habana, City District of. Private School 
"Colegio Frances." Photographs, pu- 
pils' written work in French and re- 
port of the school. 

Reform School for Girls of Cuba. 
Embroidery. 

Training School for Girls of Cuba. 
Report of the school, collection of 
pupils' work on several subjects, 
special training in sewing and house- 
keeping and needle work. 
School of Trades for Boys of Cuba. 
Pupils' work in carpentry, black- 
smithing, tailoring, shoemaking, 
drawing and other subjects, photo 
graphs and wooden model after a 
pavilion used for school purposes. 



GROUP 2. 

High Schools and Academies, Manual 

Training High School, Instituto de 
Segunda Ensenanza de la Habana. 
Photographs, drawing, themes and an- 
nual report. 

Instituto de Segunda Ensenanza de 
Pinar del Rio. Photographs, pupils' 
works and a report. 

Instituto de Segunda Ensenanza de 
Matanzas. Photographs, collections 
of butterflies and molluscs, pupils' 
works on several subjects, report pre- 
sented to the Academy of Science of 
Habana and report from the secretary. 

Instituto de Segunda Ensenanza de 
Santa Clara. Photographs and annual 
report. 

Instituto de Segunda Ensenanza de 
Camaguey. Photographs, annual re- 
ports, report from the secretary, re- 
port of the librarian and pupils' works 
on several subjects. 

Instituto de Segunda Ensenanza de San- 
tiago de Cuba. Photographs, map 
drawing, annual report and pupils' 
work on several subjects. 

Habana, City District of. Escuela de 
Artes y Oficios. Manual training in 
wood and metals, photographs and 
diplomas awarded at other expo- 
sitions. 

Guanabacoa, City District of. Escuelas 
Pias. Annual report, caligra p h i c 
works and oil and crayon paintings. 

GROUP 3. 

National University, Habana. Two an- 
nual reports, photographs and stu- 
dent's thesis. 

GROUP 4. 

Habana, City of. School of Painting 

"San Alejandro." Photographs of 
paintings and annual report. 



GROUP 8. 

Academy of Sciences of Habana. Thirty- 
seven volumes Annals of the Institu- 
tion. 

Correspondence Schools, Ventura Vic- 
torio R. Lessons on different subjects. 

Garcia Perez (D. Nicolas) Guines. In- 
vestigation and collection of sponges, 
collection and description of fossils. 

Observatory "Colegio de Belen." Studies 
on and laws governing the Barometer 
and Magnetic and Meteorological ob- 
servations. 



CUBA— FRANCE. 



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Habana, City of. Department of Public 

Instruction. Collection of text-books 
in use in the public schools and pho- 
tographs of the department. Report 
for the year 1900 to 1901, two volumes 
of publication entitled "La Revista de 
Instruccion Primaria." 
graphs. 

Aguera, Luis. Lessons in Calisthenics. 

Ariza, Isabel. "Primary Reader" and 
"First Reader." 

Baralt, Dr. Luis A. Harmonic methods 
for learning Spanish. 

Blanchet. Dr. Emilio. Abbreviated his- 
tory of Cuba. 

Boissie, Alfredo. Lessons in French 
language. 

Coronado, Dr. Tomas V. Researches 
concerning fevers, 3'ellow fever and 
malaria and general hj^giene. 

Dihigo, Dr. Juan M. Synopsis of Greek 
grammar. 

Escobar, Juan C. Lessons in surveying 
and leveling. 

Fernandez Solares, Dr. Prudencio. Les- 
sons developing several school sub- 
jects. 

Ferrer de Soler, Maximino. Geograph- 
ical sketch of Union de Re3res. 

Fiol, Mateo I. Lessons in logic, civics, 
stenograph}^ 

Fondevila, Mario. Practical lessons and 
school programs. 



Garmendia, Dr. Miguel. Rhetorics and 

poetry, elementary course in Spanish 
grammar. 

Herrera y Reyes, Srita, Mercedes. His- 
torical sketch of Bejucal. 

Lareo Fernandez, Francisco. Arithme- 
tic. 

Lton, Francisco P. de. Brief history 
' nd description of animals. 

Lopez Rodrigues, Jose. Editor of text 
books. Frame containing teachers' 
manual and other books. 

Ma-tinez, Isidro P. Geography of Cuba. 

Alonso, Rogelio M. Historical sketch of 
Macuriges. 

Poncet y Cardenas, Carolina. Book on 
"Language Lessons." 

Riva de la Torre, Aurelio. Elementary 
grammar and language lessons. 

Ruiz Rojas, Maximino. Directory of the 
District of Rodas. 

Perez Diaz, Balbino. Notions on Phy- 
sics. 

Sociedad Economica de Amigos del 
Pais de la Habana. i report. 

Valdes Rodriguez, Dr. Manuel. Ele- 
ments of Arithmetic. 

Ventura, Victorio R. Scholar review. 

F. Romero Fajardo. "Aritmogeno" an 
instrument for the teaching of arith- 
metic. 



FRANCE. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 11. 



GROUP I. 
MATERNAL SCHOOLS. 
An exhibit of Manual work, drawing, 

daily exercises of the school, etc., by 
the following collaborators: 

Baroz (Mme.), Allevard-les-Bains. 

Blanic (Mme.), Carcassone. 

Bobillier (Mme.), Besancon. 

Bodin( Mme.), Tours. 

Boeuf (Mme.), Chartres. 

Barthes (Mme.), Clermont-Ferrand. 

Bordeaux, The Schools of. 

Camescasse (Mme.), Versailles. 

Champonnier (Mme.), Clermont- 
Ferrand. 

Duchaussoy (Mme.), Tourcoing. 

Fouriaux (Mme.), Rheims. 

Gillet (Mme.), Neuville-aux-Bois. 

Girard (Mme.), Annonay. 

Gravelle (Mme.), Bolbec. 

Grenoble, The Schools of. 



Guerin (Mme.), Niort. 
Guyard (Mme.), Charolles. 
Hegron (Mme.), Poitiers. 
Jolivet (Mme.), Creil. 
Martin (Mme.), Deville-les-Rouen. 
Messine (Mme.), Nantes. 
Mignon (Mme.), Sancerre. 
Perard (Mme.), Bar-le-Duc. 
Ponsot (Mme.), Lille. 
Pyck (Mme.), Roubaux. 
Rampnoux (Mme.), Limoges. 
Remblin (Mme.), Auxerre. 
Simonet-Bouchery (Mme.), Lille. 
Taphorel (Mme.), Villaines-la-Juhel. 
Touchet (Mme.), Mans. 
Vial (Mme.), Cannes. 
Vigier (Mme.), Limoges. 

LOWER PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 
Boys' Schools, by the following Collabo- 
rators. 

Aillet, Luzech. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Arnould, Fleurie. 

Baudet, Villequier. , 

Banos, Luxey. 

Baraton, Besse. 

Barbot, Saint-Hilairela-Foret. 

Barbenson, Tourcoing. 

Beneausse, Carcassonne. 

Benne, Gaillac. 

Besse, Brive. 

Berard, Oyonnax. 

Beynat, Souilhac Tulle. 

Bidron, Chateauroux. 

Bluze, Toulouse. 

Boulay, Melun. 

Borderon, Beaurepaire. 

Bourgeois, Saint-Mihiel. 

Braud, Essarts. 

Bretaudiere, Angers. 

Caffet, Cervon. 

Canau, Belmont. 

Carlin, Eclaron. 

Caron, Longueil Sainte Marie. 

Carriere, Massegros. 

Chapaton, Oyonnax. 

Chappelle, Villebon. 

Charbonnier, Cluis. 

Chartier, Tours. 

Chassaing, Puy d'Arnac. 

Chenivesse, Vernoux. 

Circonscription D'Inspection, The, 

Primaire of Saint-Pol. 

Cleyet-Sicaud, Chateauvillain. 

Cointet, St. Hilaire des Landes. 

Colin, Nevers. 

Couzinie, Saint-Amand-Valtoret. 

Conte, Saint-Santin Cantales. 

Courrier, Millery. 

Cros, Saint-Marcel. 

Crouzet, Vagnas. 

Commeyras, Canourgue. 

Danhiez, Marchiennes. 

Darcemont, Cirfontaine en Azois. 

Dauer, Morey. 

Debondant, Uzerche. 

Debraine, Vesinet. 

Dubernet, Marcellus. 

Ducasse, Merignac. 

Dupont, Saint- Just-en-Chaussee. 

Esnault, Connerre. 

Exbrayat, Freycenet-Saint-Jeures. 

Fagot, Cognac. 

Farrouil, Saint-Aubin-de-Blaye. 

Favier, Cordes. 

Ferron, Pusey. 

Forrestier, Conesse. 

Fougerat, Lussac. 

Fournoult, Canteleu. 

Francais, Villars-sur-Boege. 

Garavet, Cornil. 

Garbles, Cannes. 

Garrigues, Cazeres-sur-Garonne. 

Gilet, 'Rouen. 
Girard, Combes. 

Girault, Moulins-sur-Yevre. 
Goudinoux, Sancerre. 



Grosset, Vers. 
Guenee, Rennes. 
Guerin, Annonay. 
Guesnet, Bazoche-Gouet. 
Guilbaud, Reze. 
Hanniet, Crejl. 
Houzelle, Montmedy. 
Jameau, Chateauneuf-sur-Loire, 
Labau, Tartas. 
Lafont, Anan. 
Laguionie, Bussiere-Badil. 
Laville, Montpon. 
Lebrun, Saint-Arnoult-des-Bois. 
Lefevre, Laval. 

Legeay, Saint-Denis-d'Orques. 
Lepy, Issoudun. 
Leullier, Haudricourt. 
Levieux, Labastide Rouairoux. 
Loez, Calais. 
Malaquin, Charny. 
Martin-Olivier, Dombasle. 
Masson, Arras. 
Mathieu, Hauteville. 
Medard, Uzerche. 
Michel, Vannes. 
Michelet, Robert-Espagne. 
Mignon, Saint-Gratien-Ecouen. 
Millard, Salornay-sur-Guye. 
Morat, Froncles. 
Moreau, Angers. 
Narcy, Frebecourt. 
Nientin, Chairy. 
Nougues, Coursan. 
Perreau, Cosne. 

Pigeaud, Saint-Mars la Reorthe. 
Pinon, Auxerre. 
Planchaut, Cette. 
Preaux, Alencon. 
Renaud, Levet. 
Renault, Paresne. 
Richard, Mans. 
Richer, Beuzeval-Houlgates. 
Rigal, Saint-Prejet-du-Tarn. 
Roux, Creusot. 
Sabalot, Miramont. 
Sabelle, Montbron. 
Seychaud, Clermont-Ferrand. 
Simon, Nantes. 
Simon, Dreux. 
SirOt, Meursault. 
Tellier, Neuville-sur-Saone. 
Tessier, Ceaulmont. 
Tissot, Annecy. 

Truchon, Laroche Saint-Cydroine. 
Varry, Creusot. 
Verronneau, Tours. 
Vignau, Montfort. 
Villot, Besancon. 
Vincon, Bourges. 
Volf, Dampierre-sur-Salon. 
Girls' Schools, by the following Collab- 
orators: 

Barbier (Mme.), Tours. 

Barbot (Mme.), Saint-Hilaire la 

Foret. 



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Baroz (Mme.), AUevard. 
Bastide (Mme.), Cette. 
Bellan (Mme.), Cazeres-sur-Garonne 
Boisseleau (Mme.), La Roche-sur- 
Yon. 

Bouillot (Mme.), Creusot. 
Boyer (Mme.), Cqueron. 
Bourges, The Schools of. 
Bonnafous (Mme.), Carcassonne. 
Brechot (Mme.), Sens. 
Brebier (Mme.), Maintenon. 
Briavoine (Mme.), Le Cast. 
Cagniard (Mme.), Nesle-Norman- 
deuse. 

Calais (Mme.), Dreux. 
Cassagne (Mme.), Crandelles. 
Chambon (Mme.S, Miramont. 
Chane (Mme.), Saint-Max, 
Chartier (Mme.), Tours. 
Christaufiour (Mme.), Issoudun. 
Cogny (Mme.), Nevers. • 

Courtade (Mme.), Montigny. 
Cure (Mm.e.), Ingyiniel. 
Deguingand (Mme.), Saint-Florent. 
Desnos (Mme.), Beaufort. 
Dubois (Mme.), Creusot. 
Duchesnay (Mme.), Flers. 
Ferry (Mme.), Martigny-les-Bains. 
Galibert (Mme.), Carcassonne. 
Gedon (Mme.), Mont. 
Goudinous (Mme.), Sancerre. 
Goynaud (Mme.), Libourne. 
Granier (Mme.), Barreme. 
Jacquet (Mme.), Pontgoin. 
Jeannin (Mme.), Arnay-le-Duc. 
Labertrandie (Mme.), Moussages. 
Lesueur (Mme.), Saint-Dizier. 
Martinet (Mme.), Dijon. 
Mathieu (Mme.), Senon. 
Meissonnier (Mme.), Marcorignan. 
Montjotin (Mme.), Pionsat. 
Naudot (Mme.), Dijon. 
Pasquet (Mme.), Reuilly. 
" Pommeau (Mme.), Libourne. 

Prudhon (Mme.), Belleville-sur- 
Soane. 

Prudhon (Mme.), Creusot." 
Puisset (Mme.), Fresnay-sur-Sarthe. 
Rey (Mme.), Nancy. 
Savignat (Mme.), Chatelus Malva- 
leix. 

Souasnon (Mme.), Carelles. 
Suratteau (Mme.), Coueron. 
Tardieu (Mme.), Cahors. 
Thervaux (Mme.), Argenteuil. 
Touchon (Mme.), Mer. 
Vignau (Mme.), Montfort. 
Vigneau (Mme.), Rieux. 
Viguier (Mme.), Capestang. 
Vigoroux (Mme.), Alais. 
Mixed Schools, by the following Collabo- 
rators : 

Bailly, Nouatre. 
Baron, Laigle. 
Bechet, Cor-Celles. 



Bernard, Saucourt. 

Beulaygue, Foix. 

Bourgeois, Vroncourt. 

Bourrilly, Arles-sur-Rhone. 

Brebier (Mme.), Maintenon. 

Cabrol, Carcassonne. 

Cagnac, Lacs. 

Chasles, Epeautrolles. 

Chantagrain, Maintenon. 

Danflous, Ceret. 

Desserin (Mme.), Bourges. 

Emeriau, Bauge. 

Fagot, Cognac. 

Ferault-Laruc, Trouville. 

Francais (Mme.), Villard-sur-Boege. 

Gajan, LTsle en Dodon. 

Gipoulou, Prayssac. 

Gouyaud (Mdlle.), Saint-Leger. 

Guenot, Etrochey. 

Jameau, Chateauneuf sur Loire. 

Lablee, Pannecieres. 

Lemaire, Villerable. 

Lenfant (Mme.), Dol. 

Lepointee, Verdun. 

Magnin (Mme.), Baume-les-Dames. 

Malassagne, Cultures. 

Millot, Voisins la Bretonneux. 

Monneyron, Billom. 

Payebien, Macon. 

Primoream, Aicirits. 

Rousselin, Yvetot. 

Sauthier, Annecy 

Thenard, Behoust. 

Vasseur, Bainghen. 

Vidal, Cahors. 

Yokel, Saint-Michel, 
Agricultural Instruction: An exhibit of 
agricultural experiments, courses of 
study in agriculture and gardening, by 
the following Collaborators: 

Adam, Chanvres. 

Amand, Barentin, 

Babouot, Foisy sur Vanne. 

Berard, Roumoules. 

Bernard, Auxerre. 

Bouteloup, Mayet. 

Bouvier, Saint- Gingolph. 

Bourdaloue, La Chapelle Saint-Ursin, 

Caliot, Levignaco. 

Cattoen, Roost Warendin. 

Cazier, Houilles. 

Cazenave, Tartas Ville Haute. 

Chattey, Pourrain. 

Chevalier, Bonne. 

Dubin, Langon. 

Dumont, Marcelois. 

Exbryat, Freycenet, Saint-Jeures. ^ 

Fougerat, Lussac. 

Flahaut, Saint-Martin Boulogne. 

Fricotte, Heudicourt. 

Gouyand (Mdlle.), Saint-Leger. 

Hermey, Collonges en Charollais. 

Jouveneaux, Loue. 

Labasle, Roullours. 

Le Grand, Bassigny. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Lepent, Fleury. 

Ma Oux, Vigean. 

Meulet, Carlucet. 

Millard, Salornay. 

Mottin, Javron. 

Pepin, Rieutort de Randon. 

Pudepiece, Mouvaux. 

Raoul, Villeneuve de Riviere. 

Reverseau, Nesmy. 

Roubert, Menton. 

Salamon, Recoules de Furnas. 

Thomas, Maroilles. 

Vercouttre, Leon-Plage. 
Teaching against the use of tobacco and 
alcohol and for the prevention of con- 
sumption, b}^ the following Collabor- 
ators: 

Boiserie, Thenon. 

Chevalier, Bonne. 

Fricotte, Haudicourt. 

Lablee, Pannecierres. 

Le Calve, Saint-Thuriau. 

Levieux, Labastide Rouairoux. 

Merle (Mme.),Chappelle Saint-Ursin. 

Nieutin, Thairy. 

Poissant, Ouville L'Abbaye. 

Roy, Azay-le-Ferron. 

Reau, Vierzon. 

Rongvaux, Blet. 

Verronneau, Tours. 

Villette, Oulchyle Chateau. 

Vittot, Besancon. 
Naval Instruction. Lessons on naviga- 
tion, exercises and naval instruction, 
bjr the following Collaborators: 

Blin, Gravelines. 

Brunei, Cette. 

Cabrol, Port-Vendres. 

Oudet, Saint-Laurent de la Salanque. 

Raboal, Leucate. 
Education in drawing and manual work, 
lower primary' schools, by the follow- 
ing Collaborators: 

Avronsart, Marquette. 

Baron, Laigle. 

Batier (Mme.), Varzy. 

Barthelemy, La Ferte Saint-Aubin. 

Baroz, Allevard. 

Baniere (Mdlle.), Cannes. 

Baudry (Mdlle.), Villie-Morgou. 

Berthe (Mdlle.), Corbeil. 

Bertrand (Mme.), Tourcoing. 

Berger, Libourne. 

Beau, Vierzon. 

Blondeau, Chalon-sur-Saone. 

Bouchard (Mme.), Mende. 

Boutault, Angers. 

Bongre, Pufifigneix. 

Bosse (Mme.), Mende. 

Bontems (Mme.), Benevent. 

Brechot (Mme.), Sens. 

Capdepont, Hagetman. 

Chantegrain, Maintenon. 

Chartier (Mme.), Tours. 

Christauflour (Mme.), Issoudun. 



Cresciucci, Cottignac. 

Dallerey, CharoUes. 

Dambraine, Ville-sur-Cousances. 

Dauer, Morey. 

Denis (Mdlle.), Barentin. 

Dessort, Quatre Tours. 

Desserin (Mdlle.), Cannes. 

Draiguez, Bazas. 

Emeriau, Bauge. 

Fagot, Cognac. 

Fure et Loir, The Schools of the 

Department of. 

Francais (Mme.), Villard-sur-Boege. 

Gipoulou, Freyssac. 

Giraut, Sancoins. 

Govin, Pontailler-sur-Saone. 

Guimard, Courlon. 

Hautjotin (Mdlle.), Ponsat. 

Igselin, Dijon. 

Lablee, Pannecieres. 

Lamorte (Mme.), Rouen. 

Laville, Nimes. 

Legendre (Mdlle.), Langres. 

Lefevre, Laval. 

Lestocard, Senlis. 

Leymonnerie, Riberac. 

Louis, Oze Notre-Dame. 

Mariette (Mdlle.), Boulogne-sur-Mer. 

Martin (Mme.), Barjols. 

Mechin, Vierzon. 

Michel, Nimes. 

Morisot, Saint-Vallier. 

Percin (Mme.), Saint-Germain en 

Lave. 

Peilat (Mme.), Armands. 

Peyrical, Saint-Geniez o'Merle. 

Pudepiece, Mouvaux. 

Pulles, Cambresis. 

Prudon (Mdlle.), Creusot. 

Raoul, Villeneuve de Riviere. 

Robert (Mme.), Meyssac. 

Rose (Mme.), Volckerinckhow. 

Rouquette (Mme.), Nimes. 

Rouviere (Mdlle.), AUais. 

Sacre, Fontenay-le-Comte. 

Seguy, Saint-Arnac. 

Sempe (Mme.), Rueil. 

Therveaux (Mdlle.), Argenteuil. 

Thomas, Maroilles. 

Vieillot, Rouen. 

Vignan, Montfort. 

Vittot, Besancon. 

HIGHER PRIMARY SCHOOLS: 

Boys' Schools, by the following Collab- 
orators: 

Adam, Decize. 

Aillet, Luzech. 

Bazin, Anguillon. 

Blain, Bourges. 

Cons, Sens. 

Dhommee, Chateau du Loire. 

Filleteau, Castillonnes. 

Lagaisse, Creil. 

Larbaneix, Bourganeuf. 



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Martel, Rouen. 

Menat, Clermont-Ferrand. 

Mental, Montagne sur Sevre. 

Petit, Nancy. 

Prunetti, Bourg Saint-Andeol. 

Prunie, Alby. 

Ray, La Souterraine. 
Girls' Schools, by the following Collab- 
orators: 

Arnaud (Mme.), Alencon. 

Authier (Mme.), Excideuil. 

Bourrel (Mme.), Montpellier. 

Burguet (Mme.), Clermont-Ferrand. 

Camplo (Mme.), Largentiere. 

Chaubet (Mme.), Saint-Gaudens. 

Combe (Mme.), Clamecy. 

Coniche (Mme.), Barbezieux. 

Laberenne (Mme.), Pethiviers. 

Mallet (Mme.), Joigny. 

Malafosse (Mme.), Annonay. 

Mellet (Mme.), Beziers. 

Mercier (Mme.), Saint-Maixent. 

Parant (Mme.), Montpellier. 

Roth (Mme.), Rouen. 

Simon (Mme.), Nancy. 
Drawing and manual work higher pri- 
mary schools, by the following Colla- 
borators: 

Arnaud (Mdlle.), Alencon. 

Authier (Mme.), Excideuil. 

Bazin, Auguillon. 

Blain, Bourges. 

Bouchu, Besancon. 

Burguet (Mme.), Clermont-Ferrand. 

Combe (Mdlle.), Clamecy. 

Crocheton, Onzain. 

Cornut, Bordeaux. 

Frayssi, Montcuq. 

Friaon, Douai. 

Gegoux, Aubin. 

Goujou, Tours. 

Grit (Mdlle.), Sisteron. 

Joue, Perignan. 

Lagausse, Creil. 

Martel, Rouen. 

Mellet (Mdlle.), Beziers. 

Menat, Clermont-Ferrand. 

Martin, Dijon. 

Nisse (Mme.). Chateau sur Loir. 

Paillard, Chalon-sur-Saone. 

Parant (Mdlle.), Tours. 

Patrier (Mile.), Pithiviers. 

Petit, Nancy. 

Poulain, Illiers. 

Rebeyrol, Riberac. 

Renaud, Bar-le-Duc. 

Rocher, Saint-Aignan. 

Therot, Havre. 

Tisseyre, Montpellier. 
Scholastic monographs, reports and pub- 
hcatiniii. Contributed by: 

Adher, Toulouse. 

Aillet, Luzech. 

Albertier (Mme.), Brive. 

Amalric. Berlass. 



Amat, Ganges. _ 

Andrieu, Agen. 

Audebert, Preuilly-s-Claise. 

Babouot, Foisey-sur-Vanne. 

Bailly, Troyes. 

Bardet, Vouvray. 

Baude, Desvres. 

Baudoin, Angers. 

Barthelemy, La Ferte St. Aubin. 

Barrassin, Bernieres le Patry. 

Barrat, Menet. 

Bastide (Mile,), Cette. 

Bastide, Rodez. 

Berard, Roumoules. 

Bechet, Habere-Lullin. 

Belgoeul, Tulle. 

Besse, Brive. 

Beynie (Mme.), Brive. 

Bertrand, Auxey-le-Grand. 

Berger, Libourne. 

Billy, Louhans. 

Biraud (Mme.), Chermignac. 

Blanchard, Poulighy Saint-Pierre. 

Boulange, Toul. 

Bonneau, Pezenas. 

Bordier, Garancieres en Drouais. 

Bourbon, Saint-Setiers. 

Bourgeois, Saint Bris. 

Bourilly, Aries. 

Bonvalot, Pretin. 

Bouvier, Saint-Gingolphe. 

Boral, Forest-Saint-Julien. 

Bourret, Ucel le Pont. 

Borderon, Beaurepaire. 

Bouvier, Eteaux. 

Boete, Villecresnes. 

Boyer (Mme.), Coueron. 

Bouteloup, Mayet. 

Breuzard, Ouroux. 

Brunet, Chateauneuf. 

Bray, Voutezac. 

Brunet (Mdlle.), Rodez. 

Brevault, Laigne. 

Bretonniere, La Haye Fouassiere. 

Broca, Lobatut. 

Buet, Vault de Lugny. 

Burot, Dijon. 

Cattoen, Roost Warendin. 

Cape, Echingen. 

Cazenave, Tartas Ville Haute. 

Cauchois, St. Leu Taverny. 

Calasson, Vars. 

Carlier, Tergnier. 

Charpillet, Apremont. 

Chenivesse, Vernoux. 

Chambon (Mme.), Avallon. 

Chaumette (Mme.), Mansle. 

Chauffard, Saint Pere. 

Chattey, Pourrain. 

Chopin, Verrieres-le-Buisson. 

Chouteau, Saint-Genes de Fours. 

Chasles, Epeautrolles. 

Charoy, Dharenton. 

Chamot, Villard-sur-Thones. 

Clausse, Parnot. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Courrier, Millcry. 

Combes, Neuvic. 

Corneau, Saint-Arnould. 

Convert, Neuvelle la Charite. 

Cornuez, Vellefaux, 

Cortot, Vieux-Chateau. 

Cons, Sens. 

Coeuilliez, Laval. 

Courrier, Millery. 

Coastanty, Baladou. 

Convard, Amance. 

Courtade, Montigny. 

Crocheton, Onzain. 

Cramois, Coulon. 

Dalibert, Sept Freres. 

Dapin, Cassets. 

Delmond, Alassac. 

Destouesse, Gamarde. 

Denys, Brains. 

Deguingand (Mdlle.), Saint-Florent. 

Delattre, Samer. 

Detraisse, Condrieu. 

Devaux, Besse-s-Braye. 

Delestre, Avallon. 

Dillance, Saint-Privat. 

Dijon, The Mayor of. 

Donoisis, Monceaux. 

Doumergue, Saint-Martin de Lon- 

dres. 

Donis, Gueru. 

Dorel, Saint- Victor. 

DoUon, Anet. 

Doslier, Essonnes. 

Drapier, L'Hopital Camfront. 

Drouard, Ville neuve-Saint-Georges. 

Dubosq, Linde. 

Dubois, Sevrey. 

Dufour, Saint-Meme. 

Daurat, Beaulieu. 

Duflos, Boulogne-s-Mer. 

Durlot, Villevallier. 

Espagnac, Beziers. 

Eyrolle, Saint-Solve. 

Fabre, Le Puy. 

Fichez, Mespaul. 

Flahaut, Boulogne. 

Fortrat, Lous-le-Saulnier. 

Fouriaux (Mdlle.), Reims Infant. 

Foumier, Utelle. 

Fresse, Aries. 

Francais, Villard-sur-Boege. 

Fricotte, Heudicourt. 

Gajan, I'lsle en Dodon. 

Gatti et Gravier (Mdlle.), Havre. 

Gamier, Sanzay. 

Ganachaud, Luxe. 

Ganiard (Mme.), Villy-le-Moutier. 

Gabon (Mme.), Bussang. 

Gabriel, Meung-s-Loire. 

Gauthier, Mosnes. 

Gensac. Nieuil. 

Geraudie, Meyssac. 

Gautherot, Egrisselles-le-Bocage. 

Gilot, Lire. 

Givry (Mme.), Villefranche. 



Gaudor, Macon. 

Girod, Rouen Lycee. 

Guimard, Courlon. 

Guerin, Vassy. 

Guilhamot, Cintegabelle. 

Guillot, Folembray. 

Guillard (Mme.), Saint- Ambroix. 

Guiraud, Sainte-Marie de Chegnac. 

Guillon, Mauze. 

Graslepois, Montreuil. 

Gregoire, Cussy-les-Forges. 

Hardy, Saint-Aubin des Bois. 

Helle, Colembier. 

Hestin, Saint-leu D'Esserent. 

Horiot, Villers Farlay. 

Hospice, Mansle. 

Hospital, Saint-Salvadour. 

Houzelle, Montmedy. 

Huet, Clegnerec. 

Hugon, Savigna. 

Isore, Roubaix. 

Jeannin, Meursances. 

Jensac, Nieuil. 

Joubert (Mme.), Mortagne. 

Jouquot, Jardin. 

Kieffer (Mme.), Douai. 

Laigneau, Troyes. 

Lassagette, Montignac. 

Lavallee, Borest. 

Lalaurie, Montauban. 

Largeot, Saint Loup d'Ordon. 

Lepetit, Ceauce. 

Lepeut, Fleury. 

Le Breton, Martin de la Place. 

Lefever, Laval. 

Levrieux, Rouairoux. 

Lagrue, Pontoise. 

Lagaisse, Creil. 

Leconte, Muzeray. 

Lemoine, Verdun-sur-Meuse. 

Liquier, Avallon. 

Lonchamp, Fourgs. 

Loez, Calais. 

Maumy, Saint-Domet. 

Mathieu, Douai. 

Maiaux (Mme.), Douai. 

Martel, Rouen. 

Malas, Le Courneaux. 

Mazaleyrat, Estivals. 

Maders, Pont du Navoy. 

Malet Aix. 

Magot, Marcoles. 

Manoux, Vigean. 

Massonie, Souilhac-TuUe. 

Masdranges (Mme.), Brive. 

Martinier, Pousseau. 

Magnant, Ruffec. 

Mettey, Lacaune. 

Meulet, Carlucet. 

Mechin, Boisdu Leu. 

Menat (Mme.), Rouen. 

Mirabel, Baud. 

Mignon, Saint-Gratien. 

Mercier, Cheny. 

Monneyron, Billon. 



FRANCE. 



Montiton, Bcrgouey. 

Moreau, Broue. 

Mortier, Saint-Remy. 

Morlet (Mme.), Souilhac-Tulle. 

Montel, St. Jean des OUieres- 

Moreau, Thouars. 

Naudan, Le Gua. 

Nieutin, Thairy. 

Nier, Aries. 

Ozouf, Sourdeval-la-Barre. 

Page, Miremont. 

Papin, Fontaine Guerin. 

Pascal, Sommevoire. 

Paulot, Breux, 

Pascal (Mme.), Marseillan. 

Paillard, Chaon-sur-Saone. 

Perseil (Mme.), Rodez. 

Petit, Nancy. 

Petit, Puiseaux. 

Pemet, Saint-Hippolyte. 

Peyrical, Saint-Geniez o'Merle. 

Petitberchien, Mareau aux Pres. 

Philippe, Dampierre-sur-Avre. 

Pila (Mdlle.), Olonzac. 

Pineau, Chateaurenault. 

Pierron, Sainte Genevieve. 

Pignant, Ligny-en-Barrois. 

Pinasseau (Mme.), Chateaurenault. 

Pinon, Auxerre. 

Pierre, Beny-Bocage. 

Pivetaud, Puyreaux. 

Pougaud, Aries. 

Portier, Agincourt. 

Prunier, Alby. 

Pulles, Beauvois-en-Cambresis. 

Puig, La Tour de Carol. 

Raffard, Melleroy. 

Raoul, Villeneuve-de-Riviere. 

Ravier, Imphy. 

Ragot, Richebourg. 

Renaud, Valay. 

Renier, Saint-Aubin des Bois. 

Reau, Vierzon. 

Rey (Mme.), Nancy-s-Cluses. 

Richaume, Luneville. 

Rochet, Saint-Aignan. 

Roux, Vigan. 

Roche, Vernose. 

Rouffait, Rilhac Xaintrie. 

Rousse, Tourbes. 

Rose, Volkerinckove. 

Roger (Mme.), Toucy. 

Ruel, St. Jeures. 

Sahuget, Saint-Affrique. 

Sarrazin (Mme.), Nimes. 

Saulnier, Nargis. 

Santre, Phalempin. 

Saboulard, Auterive. 

Solomon, Recoules de Furnas. 

Semmartin (Mdlle.), Orleans. 

Secheret, Charleville. 

Simon, Angers. 

Sirot, Meursault. 

Simon, Tulle. 

Sourdillon (Mme.), Tours. 



Soury, Ussel. 

Soulier-Huc (Mme.), Nimes. 

Surratteau (Mdlle.), Orleans. 

Tarbougiech, Magalas. 

Teyssandier, CoUonges. 

Terrien, Coueron. 

Thevenot (Mme.), Versailles. 

Tougne, Vernet. 

Touquet, La Ferte Milon. 

Truffier, Arras. j 

Vallee, Vesoul. 

Vant, Sarroux. 

Vadot, Le Puy. 

Varnet, Charly. 

Vacher, Ussel. 

Valleton, Egletons. 

Vallois, Portel. '[ 

Vauzelle, Cravant. 

Vercouttee, Loon-Plage. 

Verry, Fesnes les Montbard. 

Verronneau, Tours. 

Vigeras, Loches. 

Vigier, Jarnac. 

Vidal, Villeneuve. 

Vichery, Neuville-sur-Montreuil. 

Villette, Oulchy-le-Chateau. 

Vittot, Besancon. 

Vieillot, Montpellier. 

Viaud (Mme.), Coutances. 

NORMAL SCHOOLS. 

Exercises and essays on literary and 
scientific teaching, by the following 
Collaborators, for the boys' schools: 

Belgoeul, Tulie. 

Bord, Bourges. 

Boucheron, Nancy. 

Bremond, Versailles. 

Burot, Dijon. 

Devinat, Paris. 

Dussilol, La Grande Saulve. 

Etienne School, Orleans. 

Fabre, Puy. 

Fortrat, Blois. 

Gaudot, Macon. 

Lalaurie, Montauban. 

Liodon, Commercy. 

Malet, Aix. 

Mahuet, Vesoul. 

Masse, La Roche sur Yon. 

Mathieu, Douai. 

Mironneau, Lyon. 

Olive, Carcassonne. 

Quenardel, Caen. 

Renou, Blois. 

Rouget, Besancon. 

Sion, Arras. 

Vieillot, Montpellier. 

Vigneras, Loches. 
Girls' schools: 

Bancilhon (Mme.), Aix. 

Bonnefon (Mme.), Chartres. 

Champomier (Mme.), Clermont-Fer- 
rand. 

Champonnier (Mme.), Bourges. 



DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Crouzel Fontecave (Mmc), Cour- 

tances. " '; 

Cruvillrer (Mme.) , MontpelUer. ' 
Foucret (Mme.), Auxerre. - ' 
Guny (Mme.), Blois. 
Jalambic (Mme.), Carcassonne. 
Kieffer (Mme.), Douai. 
Mahaut (Mme.), Chateauroux. 
Menat (Mme.), Rouen. 
Murique (Mme.), Versailles. 
Prieur (Mme,), Tulle. 
Perseil (Mme.), Rodez. 
Sabatier (Mme.), Aurillac. 
Semartin (Mme.), Orleans. 
Sourdillon (Mme.), Tours. 
Thiebault (Mme.), Dijon. 
Lectures on pedagogy: 

Beauvallet, Fleury-aux-Choux. 
Bonnefon (Mdlle.), Chartres. 
Bourilly, Aries. 
Cuny (Mme.), Blois. 
Delmond, Allassac. 
Fabre, Puy. 
Fresse, Aries. 
Gravier, O rival. 

Hanne, Conteville-les-Boulogne. 
Kieffer (Mme.), Douai. 
Lagrue, Pontoise. 
Lepetit, Ceauce. 
Letellier, Guerville. 
Moreau, Thouars. 
Parant (Mdlle.), Tours. 
Puech, Cransac. 
Simon, Angers. 

Therond (Mdlle.), Saint-Hippolyte. 
Drawing and Manual Work in Normal 
schools by the following Collabo- 
rators: 

Bancilhon (Mdlle.), Aix. 

Belgouel, Tulle. 

Bernard, Aix. 

Billotey (Mdlle.), Paris. 

Bonnefon (Mdlle.), Chartres. 

Borel, Forest Saint- Julien. 

Bord, Bourges. 

Burot, Dijon. 

Bourret, Ucel. 

Bremond (Mme.), Versailles. 

Chaudron (Mme.), Mende. 

Champomier (Mme.), Clermont-Fer- 
rand. 

Charton, Aurrillac. 

Crivvillier (Mme.), Aix. 

Espeil, Vanosc. 

Gagniard, Bourg. 

Garbles, Cannes. 

Gaudot, Macon. 

Guerin, Annonay. 

Guny (Mme.), Blois. 

Henriot, Rouen. 

Kieffer (Mdlle.). Douai. 

Lafourcade (Mme.), Agen. 

Liodon, Commercy. 

Luzier (Mddle.), Noirt. 

Mahuet, Vesoul. 



Mallet, Aix. . 

Marty, Rodez. 
Masse, La Roche-sur-Yon. 
Mathieu, Douat. 
Menat, Rouen. 

Murique (Mme.), Versailles. 
Olive, Carcassonne. 
Peltier, Laval. 
Porte (Mdlle.), Lyon. 
Prieur (Mme.), Tulle. 
Quernadel, Caren. 
Remion, Varzy. 
Renou, Blois. 
Rouget, Besancon. 
Rouzies, Decazeville. 
Sabatier (Mme.), Aurillac. 
Sahuguet, Saint-Affrique. 
Semmartin (Mme.), Orleans. 
Thomas (Mme.), Mans. 
Thiebault (Mdlle.), Dijon. 
Toussaint, Mende. 
Pedagogical Lectures, Monographs, Note 
Books and Theses, Contributed by 
the following: 
Aliphat, Macon. 
Alloi, Chapelle Hugon. 
Amand, Barentin. 
Armaignac, Pessac. 
Barbot, Saint-Hilaire la Forest. 
Barderaud (Mdlle.), Bourges. 

Bareraud (Mdlle.), Bourges. 
Barthelemy, La Ferte Saint, Aubin. 

Baroz (Mdlle.), AUevard. 

Bazin, Auxonne. 

Beauvallet, Flury aux Choux. 

Beaujois, Neufchatel en Bray. 

Bergeron, Orleans. 

Berger, Libourne. 

Bernard, Aix. 

Berthe (Mme.), Alencon. 

Berthet, Dijon. 

Bercher, Petit Buisson. 

Biraud, Chermignac. 

Bodin, Tours. 

Bocage, Heubecourt. 

Bord, Bourges. 

Bouchu, Besancon. 

Boudier, Dieppe. 

Boulard, Epouville. 

Boursier, Auvers-sur-Oise. 

Bouttet, Ferrieres. 

Bounon, La Forte Loupiere. 

Boutault, Angers. 

Bourgoin, Bourges. 

Brechot (Mme.), Sens. 

Breton, Tours. 

Broca, Labatut. 

Briolle (Mme.), Fleuraisis. 

Cattoen, Roost Warendin. 

Chane (Mdlle.), Saint-Max. 

Chaudron (Mme.), Mende. 

Chauvin (Mdlle.). 

Cointet, Saint-Hilaire des Landes. 

Cottenet, Nolay. 

Cons, Sens. 

Dambraine, Ornes. 



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Decorne, Amay-le-Duc. 

Delorme, Clermont-Ferrand. 

Desserin (Mdlle.), Bourges. 

Doney, Besancon. 

Ducasse, Merignac. 

Dubois, Sevrey. 

Dufour, Lille. 

Espeil, Vanosc. 

Etchebes, Sore. 

Fabre, Le Puy. 

Ferry, Nancy. 

Ferronat (Mme.), Angouleme. 

Fouraiux (Mdlle.), Reims. 

Foucret (Mdlle.), Auxerre. 

Fresse, Aries. 

Gabriel, Meung-sur-Loire. 

Galand, Dijon. 

Ganacheau, Bouin. 

Gensac, Nieul. 

Girardot, Magny-Montarlet. 

Ginier (Mme.), Besancon. 

Gremillot, Aubray-les-Gray. 

Grosset, Vers. 

Gruot, Orges. 

Guerin (Mdlle.), Vierzon. 

Guillon (Mme.), Aix. 

Guny (Mme.), Blois. 

Guittot, Chauches. 

Hanne, Couteville lez-Boulogne. 

Houbault, Ceintrey. 

Hourdequin, Rouen. 

Huard, Rouen. 

Isselin (Mme.), Dijon. 

Jacquot, Luneville. 

Jauvion, Roche-le-Peyroux. 

Joly, Vereaux. 

Jouveneaux, Loue. 

Juliac, Baccarat. 

Laffont, Anan. 

Lagaisse, Creil. 
Lagarde, Octon. 
Lagrue, Pontoise. 
Laigneau, Troyes. 

Laurens (Mdlle.), Capestang. 

Lavialle, Juillac. 

Lebrun, Saint Arnould des Bois. 

Leclercs, Leffonds. 

Legrand, Sevres. 

Le Lostec, Langonnet. 

Lehoux, Morannes. 

Leveau, Vitry-aux-Loges. 

Levieux, Labastide Rouairoux. 

Loez, Calais. 

Lourme, Douai. 

Magot (Mme.), Marcoles. 

Martin, Somberon. 

Marty, Rodez. 

Merle. La Chapelle Saint-Ursin. 

Michel, Meze. 

Millard, Salornay sur Guye. 

Mottin, Javron. 

Morin (Mme.), Auzay. 

Mortier, Saint-Remy en Montoril- 
lon. 

Montiton, Bergouey. 

Niaudet, Cosne. 

Pataillot, Cult. 



Perdrizet (Mme.), Dijon. 

Perraudin (Mdlle.), Dijon. 

Perrot, Pouilt-en Auxois. 

Pibarot, Valfluery. 

Picard, Allouis. 

Pinasseau (Mme.), Chateaurenault. 

Pouillaude, Boulogne-sur-Mer. 

Puechavy (Mme.), Laroquebrou. 

Raoul, Ville neuve de Riviere. 

Ravinet, Bonneville. 

Reau, Vierzon. 

Remblin (Mme.), Auxerre. 

Rebergue, Boulogne-sur-Mer. 

Renaud, Levet. 

Rigal, Saint-Prejet du Tarn. 

Rochard, Lyon. 

Rouasnou (Mme.), Carelles. 

Rouget, Besancon. 

Rouget, Besancon. 

Saboulard, d'Auterive. 

Sahuguet, Saint-Affrique. 

Sarde, Beziers. 

Sarraille (Mme.), Chablis. 

Sevin. 

Simson, Bourges. 

Simon (Mme.), Nancy. 

Simonnot, Limoges. ! 

Suratteau (Mme.), Orleans. 

Tarbouriech, Magalas. 

Testet, La Fleche. 

Tissot, Bonneville. 

Varry, Creusot. 

Viellot, Montpellier. 

Viguier (Mdlle.), Capestang. 
Popular Lectures and Readings Con- 
tributed by: 

Babouot, Foissy Vanne. 

Bertrand, St. Laurent de Cognac. 

Besse, Brive. 

Besseyrias, Peslieres. 

Brun, Saint Bonnet de Joux. 

Carlier, Tergnier. 

Cleyet, Chateauvilain. 

Fabre, Le Puy. 

Fricotte, Heudicourt. 

Guillemain, Boutiers St. Thojan. 

Humbert, Saint-Laurent. 

Lepeut, Fleury. 

Poisson, Mesnieres. 

Richaume, Luneville. 

Saboulard, Hauterive. 

Sarrazin (Mme.), Nimes. 

Serieys, St. Bonnet de Salers. 

Simonet, St. Geyrac. 
School Herbariums, Contributed by: 

Castanier, Baixas. 

Chevalier, Bonne. 
Delorme, Clermont Ferrand. 
Desprez, Ornans. 
Gaudot, Macon. 
Gagniard, Bourg. 
Guittot, Chauche. 
Lafourcade (Mme.), Agen. 
Mathieu, Douai. 
Pairault, Secondigne. 

Ray, La Souterraine. 
Renou, Blois. 



DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Sabatier (Mme.), Aurillac. 
Semmartin (Mdlle.), Orleans. 
Toussaint, Mende, 
Photographs, plans and decorative 

compositions by the following Colla- 
borators: 

Billotey (Mdlle.), Paris. 
Briclot (Mme.), Havre. 
Burot, Dijon. 
Busson, Beaufort. 
Colombiers, The Mayor of. 
Comblanchien, The Mayor of. 
Derame, Bornel. 
Dijon, The Mayor of. 
Dhommee, Chateau sur Loir. 
Gehin, Bar le Due. 
Geberlin (Mme), Bordeaux. 
Jamet (Mme.), Bolbec. 
Kieffer (Mdlle.), Douai. 
Koel, Monceaux les Provins. 
Laborderie, Cardillac. 
Liquier, Avignon. 
Lacaisse, Somasco. 
Martel, Rouen. 
Massonie, Souilhac Tulle. 
Mathieu, Douai. 
Menat (Mme.), Rouen. 
Mireval, The Mayor of. 
Mironeau, Lyons. 
Pacot, Saint Denis. 
Petit, Nancy. 
Porte, (Mdlle.), Lyons. 
Poussier (Mme.), Rouen. 
Reau, Vierzon. 
Remion, Varzy. 
Reims. 

Tellier (Mme.), Paris. 
Thery (Mme.), Eu. 
Vacheron (Mme.), Lyons. 
Central Administration — A collective 
exhibit of reports, statistics, mono- 
graphs, etc.. contributed by the follow- 
ing: 

Bornecque, Lille. ^ 

d'Estournelles, Paris. 
Friedel. Paris. 
Gobron, Paris. 
Koenig (Mile.), Paris. 
Langlois, Paris. 
Levasseur, Paris. 
Maury, Mende. 
Museum of Pedagogy, Paris. 
Pinard, Paris. 
And by various Inspetcurs, Inspec- 
teurs: generaux: Rene Leblanc, 
Edouard Petit. Tnspecteiirs d'acade- 
mic. 

Baillot, Mezieres. 
Beguignon, Rodez. 
Gazelles, Tulle. 
Delepine, Mams. 
Dequaire, Roch sur Yon. 
Deries, St. Lo. 
Doliveux, Rouen. 
Durand, Bordeaux. 
Duval, Chateaursux. 



Ferrand, Orleans. 
Fleuriel, Epinal. 
Fraizier, Bar le Due. 
Gilbault, Mende. 
Hodin, Vesoul. 
Istria, Toulouse. 
Izenic, Clermont-Ferrand. 
Le Balle. Laval. 
Le Teo, Avignon. 
Lefevre, Chalons sur Marne. 
Leune, Arras. 
Marchland, Montpellier. 
Mourlot, Alencon. 
Oudinot, Beauvais. 
Parrenin, Poitiers. 
Peltier, Auxerre. 
Perie, Blois. 
Pouillot, Bourges. 
Peytraud, Tours. 
Remond, Angouleme. 
Remond, Troyes. 
Inspecteurs Primaires: 
Anterun, Boulogne. 
Barreilles, Toulouse. 
Berthonneau, Caen. 
Bouniol, Rodez. 
Bonnehon, Chartres. 
Burrollet. Riberac. 
Bourrillt, Toulon. 
Broch, Saint Affirique. 
Boutiere, Nice. 
Chobert, Toucy. 
Chadeyras, Lavaur. 
Chalier, Lyons. 
Combes, Perigneux. 
Doin, Nantes. 
Dolidon, Nantes. 
Frapech, Villepranche. 
Faure, Fontenoy le Conte. 
Fenard, Rouen. 
Gras, Espalion. 
Hannedouche, Guesroy. 
Jean, Chalo sur Soane. 
Labeyrie, Nantes. 
Launey, Lyons. 
Lemoine, Havre. 
Mayson, Bergerac. 
Meloe, Lyons. 
Millerot, Chaumont. 
Morel, Dreux. 
Morel, Nogent le Rotron. 
Platrier, Versailles. 
Petit, Charles. 
Petitot, Issondun. 
Porcher, Villefranche. 
Philibert, Orleans. 
Poirson, Epinal. 
Raffand, Cognac. 
Ravassard, Macon. 
Roger, Milhan. 
Rigaut, Chateaudun. 
Saunier, Tarare. 
Salles, Montpelier. 
Taillefer, Aries. 
Turguet, Belley. 



FRANCE. 



Vemay, Annecy. 
Unattached Exhibitors: 
Barrere, Mersac. 
Bazielle, Bures. 
Blum, Paris. 
Brunneau, la Brulotte. 
Bouchor, Paris. 
Bouthors, Liomer. 
Cornier, Gouize. 
Comu, Jupille. 
Diamani, Bastia. 
Durand, Vauclaix. 
Duvic, la Roche sur Lon. 
French Education League. 
Georgeant (Mme.), Locquelis Ri- 

antec. 
Grout, Orges. 
Jallais, Migne. 
Lechantre, St. Quentin. 
Liot, Meudon. 
Lorentz, Plougonvelin. 
Loubion, Macon. 
Malherbe, Mont de Marson. 
Marrot, Brighton. 
Morel, Alportville. 
Parent, Abbeville. 
Philotechnic Association, Paris. 
Peyrical, St. Geniez. 
Petitot, Issodun. 
Poisson, Paris. 
Reau, Vierzon. 
Rigal, St. Sulspice. 
Rouart, Paris. 
Salem, Marseilles. 
Vaguez, Pantin. 

FRENCH COLONIES. 

Devaux (Louis), Chef de Service de 

I'Enseignement primaire, Tananarive, 
a school map of Madagascar with ex- 
planatory table. 

GROUP 2. 

Head Office of Secondary Education, 

Paris. Documents on the general or- 
ganization of secondary education 
(programmes, plans of studies, admin- 
istrative legislation and jurisprudence, 
etc.). from central administration and 
the following collaborators: 

Paul Dislere, Paris. 

Camille See, Paris. 

Cantemerle, Paris. 
Reviews: International Review of 
Education, University Review, Review 
of^ Girls' Secondary Education. 
Candidates' compositions from varied 
examinations. 
Boys' Higher Training Schools.. Photo- 
graphs competitive examinations, 
])upils" work, etc. 
Girls' Higher Training School.. History 
of the Sevres School, admission, ex- 



aminations, pupils' lessons. Periodic 
report of the Sevres School Society. 
Collective Exhibit of Pupils' Exercises, 

drawing, prospectuses, photographs, 
etc., contributed by the following: 
Boys' Lycees. Exhibit by each of the 

following lycees: Buffon, Carnot, 
Charlemagne, Condorcet, Henry IV, 
Janson-de-Sailly, Lakanal, Louis-le- 
Grand, Michelet, Montaigne, Saint- 
Louis, Voltaire, Rollin, Chaptel — the 
foregoing all at Paris; also the Lycees 
of Agen, Aix Alais, Albi, Alencon. 
Amiens, Angeirs, Angouleme, Annecy, 
Auch Aurillac, Avignon, Bar-le-Duc, 
Bastia Beauvais, Belfort, Bordeaux, 
Bourg, Bourges, Brest, Caen. Cahors. 
Carcassonne. Chambery, Charleville, 
Chartres, Chateauroux, Chaumont, Cher- 
bourg, Clermont. Coutances. Dijon, 
Douai, Evreux, Foix, Gap, Grenoble, 
Gueret, Havre, Laon, Laval, Lille, Li- 
moges, Lons-le-Saunier, L o r i e n t. 
Lyon, Macon, Alans, Marseille, Monta- 
uban, Mont-de-Marsan. Montlucon, 
Montpellier, Moulins, Nancy, Nantes, 
Nevers, Nice, Nimes, Niort, Orleans, 
Poitiers, Pontivy, Le Puy, Quimper, 
Reims, Rennes, Rochefort, La Ro- 
chelle. La Roche-sur-Yon, Rodez, Ro- 
uen, Saint-Brieuc, Saint-Etienne, Saint- 
Omer, Saint Quentin, Sens, Tarbes, 
Toulon, Toulouse, Tourcoing, Tour- 
non. Tours, Troyes. Tulle, Valencien- 
nes, Vendome. Versailles, Vesoul, Al- 
ger, Constantine, Oram. 
Boys' Colleges. Exhibit from each of 
the following colleges: Agde, Ajaccio, 
Apt, Arbois, Argentan, Armentieres, 
Arras, Aubusson, Autun, Avesnes, Av- 
ranches, Bagneres-de-Bigorre, Baumc- 
les-Dames, Bedarieux, Beziers, Blaye, 
Blida, Blois, Bonneville, Boulogne- 
sui|-Mer, Bourgoin, Briancon, Brioude, 
Brive, Calais, Cambrai, Carpentras, 
Cassel, Castelnaudary, Castelsarrasin, 
Castres, Cette, Chalons-sur-Marne, Cha- 
rolles, Chateaudun, Chateau-Thierry, 
Chatellerault, Clermont I'Herault, 
Clermont-Oise, Commercy, Conde sur 
I'Escaut, Condom. Confolens, Coulom- 
miers, Dieppe, Dinan, Dole, Domfront, 
Draguignan, Dreux, Dunkerque, Em- 
brun, Epernay, Epinal, Etampes, Fa- 
laise. La Fere, Figeac, Flers, Fontaine- 
bleau, Fourgeres, Gaillac, Grasse, Gray, 
Honfleur, Issoire, Issoudun, Langres, 
Lectoure, Lesneven, Libourne, Lodeve, 
Louhans, Lunel, Luneville, Luxeuil, 
Manosque, Mauriac, Medea, Melle, Me- 
lun, Mende, Montargis, Montbeliard, 
Montelimar, Mortain, La Mure, Nan- 
tua, Narbonne, Nogent le Rotrou, Pa- 
niers, Perpignan, Pertuis. Pezenas, 
Pont-de Vaux, Pontarlier, Pontoise, 
Privas, Provins, Le Quesnoy, Remire- 
mont. Revel, Riom, Romorantin, Saint 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Amand-les-Eaux, Saint-Amand-Mont- 
Rond. Sainte-Claude, Saint-Die, Saint- 
Flour, Saint-Gaudens, Saint-Girons, 
Saint-Nazaire, Saint-Paul de Leon, 
Saint-Pol-sur-Ternoise, Saint-Servan, 
Ste-Menehould, Saintes, Sancerre, Se- 
dan, Setif, Sezanne, Soissons, Thiers, 
Tlemcen, Tonnerre, Uzes, Vannes, 
Verdun, Vic-de-Bigorre, Vienne. Vil- 
lefranche-de-Rouergue, Villeneuve-sur- 
Lot. Vitry-le-Francois, Wassy. 
Girls' Lycees. An exhibit from each of 
the following lycees: Fenelon, La- 
martine, Moliere, Racine, Victor Hugo, 
at Paris; Agen. Amiens. Annecy, Aux- 
erre. Besancon, Bordeaux, Bourg, 
Brest. Chambery, Charleville, Cler- 
mont-Ferrand, Dijon, Grenoble, Gu- 
eret, Havre, Lons-le-Saunier, Lyon, 
Montauban. Montpellier. Moulins. 
Nantes, Nice. Niort. Reims, Roanne, 
Roue n. Saint-Quentin. Toulouse, 
Tours, ^^ersailles. 
Girls' Colleges. An exhibit from each of 
the following: Aix, Alais, Armen- 
tieres. Avignon, Beauvais. Beziers, Ca- 
en, Cahors, Castres, Chartres, Eper- 
nay. Laon, Lille, Limoges, Louhans, 
Montargis, Nimes. Sedan. Tarbes. Va- 
lenciennes. Vitry-le-Francois. Oran. 
Girls' Cours Secondaries of Auch, Brive, 
Condom, Colommiers. Douai. Fontaine- 
bleau. 
Unattached Exhibitors: 

Modern Language Teachers' Society 
for Public Education. 

International Guild. 

Sainte Barbe College. 

Ecole Alsacienne. 

Ecole Livigne. 

Mutual Help Society in secondary 
schools. 

Society for Girls' Secondary Educa- 
tion. 

Reports, photographs, speeches, pros- 
pectus, etc. 

GROUP 3. 

Head Office of University Education. 
Documents, laws, regulations. 

University of Paris. 

University of Besancon. 

University of Bordeaux. Faculty of 
medicine, observatory, scientific so- 
ciety of Areachon, Linnaean society. 

University of Caen. 

University of Clermont. Puy de Dome; 
observatory faculties of Science, let- 
ters, medicine. 

University of Dijon. Faculties of let- 
ters, science, law. Dijon Academy. 

University of Grenoble. Electrotechni- 
cal Institute; faculty of science, pa- 
tronage committee for foreign students. 

University of Lyons. 



University of Montpellier. Faculties, 

high school of pharmacy. 

University of Nancy. Faculties. 

University of Poitiers. Faculty of 
science, faculty of law, faculty of let- 
ters. 

University of Rennes. Faculty of 
science, faculty of law, school of medi- 
cine, scientific and medical society. 

University of Toulouse. Faculty of let- 
ters, faculty of science, faculty of law, 
faculty of theology. 

Practical School of Higher Studies in 
Connection with the Sorbonne, Paris. 

Laboratory of General Physiology. 

Paris Observatory. 

Central Meteorological Office. 

Trappes' Dynamic Meteorological Ob- 
servatory. (Seine and Oise depart- 
ment.) 

Museum of Natural History, Paris. 

Longitude Office, Paris. 

Guimet Museum, Paris. 

College of France, Paris. 

Deprasse & Lechat Mission, Paris. 

Enlart Mission, Paris. 

Fournereau Mission, Paris. 

Gsell Mission, Paris. 

Haussoullier Mission. 

Millet Mission. 

Morgan (de) Mission. 

Tournaire Mission. 

Publications of Learned Societies: 
Aisne, Archeological & Historical 
Society of Chateau Thierry Geo- 
graphical Society of Laon. 
Ardennes. Natural History Society of 
Charleville. 

Aude. Archeological Commission of 
Narbonne. 

Bouches du Rhone, Statistical So- 
ciety of [Marseilles; Academy of 
Science. Arts and Belles Lettres of 
Aix. 

Cote d'Or. Society of Science, Arts, 
(!^ Belles Lettres of Dijon; Burgundian 
Geographical Society of Dijon. 
Dordogne. Fine Arts Society of Pe- 
rigueux. 

Doubs. Improvement Society of 
Alontbeliard. 

Eure. General Study Society of Lou- 
viers. 

Finistere. Archeological Society of 
Quimper. 

Gers. Archeological Society of Auch; 
Auch Gascony Historical Society. 
Gironde. Political Economy Society 
of Bordeaux; Horticultural Society of 
Bordeaux; Commercial Geographical 
Society of Bordeaux; Physical & Nat- 
ural History Society of Bordeaux; 
Scientific Society of Areachon. 
Herault. Horticultural Society of 
^[ontpellier. 

Ille et Vilaine. Historical and Arche- 
ological Society of Saint Malo. 



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Isere. Delphinal Academy of Gre- 
noble. Touring Society of Dauphiny 
at Grenoble. 

Loiret. Horticultural Society of Or- 
leans. 

Maine & Loire. "Friends of the Arts" 
Society of Angers. 

Manche. Agricultural & Archeologi- 
• cal Society of Saint Lo; Natural 
Science & Mathematical Society of 
Cherbourg. 

Marne. National Academy of Reims; 
Industrial Society of Reims. 
Meurthe & Moselle. Stanislas Aca- 
demy of Nancy; Lorraine Archeolog- 
ical Society of Nancy; Geographical 
Society for the East, of Nancy; In- 
dustrial Society of Nancy. 
Morbihan. Geographical Society of 
Lorient. 

Meuse. Literary, Scientific & Artistic 
Society of Bar-le-Duc. 
Nievre. Academic Society of Nivern- 
ais. 

Nord, Geographical Society of Lille; 
Central Medical Society of Lille; Pho- 
tographic Society of Lille; Photo- 
graphic Society of Douai; Improve- 
ment Society of Roubaix. 
Pas de Calais. Academic Society of 
Boulogne. 

Oise. Agricultural Society of Beau- 
vais. 

Rhone. Lyonnaise Bibliophiles' So- 
ciety; Professional Education Society 
of Lyons; Academic Society of Archi- 
tecture of Lyons. 

Saone & Loire. Pomologic Society of 
Lyons; Society of Natural History of 
Autun. 

Seine-Paris. French Association for 
the Advancement of Science; Unitary 
Shorthand Association; Philotechnical 
Association; Sugar Refinery and Dis- 
tillery Chemists' Associaton; Associa- 
tion for the Encouragement of Greek 
Studies; Philotechnical Association; 
International Institute of Sociology; 
Institute of Actuaries; Anthropological 
Society; American Antiquities Society; 
Antiquaries Society of France; Biologi- 
cal Society; Chemical Societj^ of Paris; 
International Electricians' Society; Ge- 
ographical Society; Entomological So- 
ciety of France; Paris and I'lle de 
France Historical Society; Society for 
the Study of the French Revolution; 
Society for the Study of Contemporary 
History; Modern History Society; Au- 
teuil and Passy Historical Society; So- 
ciety for the Encouragement of Manu- 
factures; Horticultural Society; Math- 
ematical Society of France; Society of 
Medicine; Central Society of Veteri- 
nary Medicine; French Mineralogical 
Society; Society of the Montague 
Sainte Genevieve; French Society of 



Physics; Philomathic Society; Society 
for the Sharing of Profits with Work- 
men; French Photographical Society; 
Stomatological Society; Sociological 
Society; Statistical Society; Anti To- 
bacco Society; French Temperance 
Society; Old French Texts Society; 
Old Paper Society. 

Seine Inferieure. Academy of Science 
and Belles Lettres of Rouen; Society 
for the Study of Natural Science of 
Elbeuf; Geological Society of Havre'; 
Unattached Society for the Improve- 
ment of Commerce and Industry in 
Rouen; Havre Society for Various 
Studies; Society for Teaching by Il- 
lustration at Havre. 
Seine and Oise. Versailles Agricul- 
tural Society. 

Deux Sevres. Niort Botanical Soci- 
ety; Niort Meteorological Commission. 
Somme. La Violette Picarde, of 
Amiens and of Douen; Amiens' Acad- 
emy of Sciences, of Letters and of 
Arts; Abbeville Imp'''~>vement Societ3^ 
Tarn. Albi Society of Sciences, Arts, 
and Belles Lettres. 
Vosges. Saint Die Philomathic So- 
ciety. 

Yonne. Auxerre Society of Historical 
and Natural Science; National Ar- 
chives; G. Servois; E. Berger; Bonnas- 
sieux; Douet d'Arcq. 

Group 6. 

Alaux, (Th.), Bordeaux. School books. 
Association of the Odontotechnic School. 

Dental school, curriculum work. 
Association for the Development of 

Technical Instruction, Paris. "Synop- 
sis." 

Association Philothechnique of Paris. 
Free instruction for adults, statistics, 
curriculum, synopsis. 

Association Philothechnique of Saint- 
Denis. Pupils' work, drawings, model- 
ings, etc. 

Association Polytechnique for the De- 
velopment of the Instruction of the 
People, Paris. Synopses and docu- 
ments. 

Association Stenographique Unitaire. 
(Prevost-Delaunay's system). Synop- 
ses, books, pupils' work. 

Berjot (Jules), Pontivy (Morbihan). 
School books. 

Birman (Emile), Le Vesinet (S-&-0) 
School books. 

Baker's School of Paris (Boys and girls), 
Paris. Documents. 

Berltz School, Paris. Practical system 
of teaching foreign languages. 

Chambonfiaud (Leon), Limoges (Heute- 
Vienne). Memoir and drawing rela- 
tive to a machine for writing clear 
shorthand. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Chamber of Commerce of Marseilles 

(Engineering Classes). Drawings, 
sketch books, pupils' work. 
Chamber Syndicate of contractors for 
Roofing, Plumbing and Sanitary 
Works. Notice on the classes of the 
school of the "Chambre Syndicale." 
Chapuis, Paris. Hand book for the man- 
ufacture of account-books. 
Claperon (Francois), Paris. School 

books. 
Committee for Encouraging Commercial 
Instruction in France, Paris. Mural 
synopses, school books. 
Conservatoire National Des Arts Et Me- 
tiers. Photographic views, documents. 
Couriot, Paris. Book on techincal in- 
struction (Fellow-Authur M. Delmas). 
Central School of Arts and Manufac- 
tures. Table and statistics. 
Ecole Des Hautes Etudes Commerciales, 
Old Boys Society. Quarterly bulletin 
of the society. 
Ecole Commerciale, Paris. Diagrams, 

statistics. 
Ecole Des Hautes Etudes Commerciales, 

Paris. Plans, statistics. 
Ecoles La Martiniere. Statistics, photo- 
graphic representation of special meth- 
ods of teaching. 
Faure (Gabriel), Paris. School books. 
Free Evening Classes for Adult Women. 

Paris. Statistics, diagrams. 
Free Evening Classes for Adult Men, 
Paris. Organization, curriculum, sta- 
stistics. 
Granger (Albert), Paris. Miscellaneous 

books. 
Herbert (Fernand), Paris. School book. 
High Schools of Commerce Old Boys' 
Society. Paris. Synopses, diagrams, 
publications. 
High School of Commerce of Marseilles. 
Pupils' copy-books and work, graphic 
representations, albums, drawings, 
photographs. 
High School of Commerce and Industry 
of Bordeaux. Reports, graphics, mis- 
cellaneous documents. 
High School of Commerce of Paris, 

Paris. Synopses, diagrams. 
Industrial Society of Saint-Quentin & 
Aisne. Saint Quentin (Aisne). Pupils' 
work, lessons and apprentice schools 
of the society. 
Industrial Society of Reims, Reims 
(Marne). Diagrams, lessons and pu- 
pils" work. 
Josse — Jonghmans, Bordeaux (Gironde). 

Lessons on cutting. 
Kirche (Jean), Nancy (Meurthe & Mo- 
selle). Essay on technical industrial 
and commercial instruction, collection 
of book keeping, monographs. 
Malmanche (Mademoiselle Marguer- 
ite), Paris. School book. 



Normal School of Arts et Metiers — 

Cluny (Saone-et-Loire). Photographs, 
machines and pieces manufactured by 
the pupils. 
National School of Arts et Metiers — 

Lille (Nord). Photographs. 
National School of Watchmaking — 
Cluses (Haute-Savoie). Photographs, 
pupils' work, watch works, mechanism 
of precision. 
National School of Watchmaking — Be- 
sancon (Double). Photographs, pu- 
pils' work. 
National Professional School — Armen- 
tieres (Norda). Photographs, pupils' 
work. 
National Professional School — Nantes 
(Loire-Inferieure). Photographs, pu- 
pils' work. 
National Professional School — Vierzon 

(Cher). Photographs, pupils' work. 
National Professional School — Voiron 

(Isere). Photographs, pupils' work. 
National School of Arts et Metiers — 
Aix. Photographs, drawings, ma- 
chines and pieces manufactured by 
the pupils. 
National School of Arts et Metiers — 
Angers. Photographs, drawings, ma- 
chines and work manufactured by the 
pupils. 
Olmer (Georges), Paris. Essay on pa- 
per making. 
Practical School of Commerce and In- 
dustry for Boys — Agen (Lot-&-Garon- 
ne). Photographs, pupils' work. 
Practical School of Commerce and In- 
dustry for Boys — Beziers (Herault). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 
Practical School of Commerce for Adult 
Men and Women, Paris. View of the 
class rooms, collection of books pub- 
lished by the school, pupils' work. 
Preparatory School for the Central 
School of Arts and Manufactures, 
Paris. Method of teaching, curricul- 
um, pupils' copy-books and drawing, 
school books. 
Paris High School of Commerce Old 
Boys' Society, Paris. Directory. Pub- 
lications, "Livre d'Or," diagrams. 
Professoinal Schools of the Chambre 
Syndicate of Paper. Paris. Synopses, 
samples manufactured by the school. 
Portevin (Hippolyte), (Marne). Miscel- 
laneous publications. 
Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Boys— Brest (Finistere). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 
Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Boys— Cette (Herault). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 
Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Boys Clermont-Ferrand 

(Puy-de-Dome). Photographs, pupils' 
work. 



FRANCE. 



S3 



Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Boys — ^Dijon (Cote-d'Or). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Boys — Fourmies (Nord). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Boys — Grenoble (Isere). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Boys — i\Ians (Sarthe). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Boys — Puy (Hte Loire). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Boj^s — Linioges (Haite-Vi- 
enne). Photographs. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Boys — Alarmande (Lot-&- 
Garonne). Pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Boys — Mazamet (Tarn). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for 603-5 — Narbonne (Aude). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustrj' for Boys — Nomes (Gard). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Boys — Pont-de-Beauvoisin 
(Isere). Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Boys — Reims (Marne). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Boys — Romans (Drome). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Boys — Vienne (Isere). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce for Boys 
— Boulogne-sur-Mer (Pas-de-Calais). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Industry for Boys — 
Boulogne-sur-Mer (Pas-de-Calais). 

Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Industry for Boys — 
Brive (Correze). Photographs, pu- 
pils' work. 

Practical School of Industry for Boys — 
Ebeuf (Seine-Inferieue). Photographs, 
pupils' work. 

Practical School of Industry for Boys — 
Firminy (Loire). Photographs, pupils' 
work. 

Practical School of Industry and Navan 
Engineer Apprentices — Havre (Seine- 
Inferieure). Photographs. p u p i 1 s' 
work. 

Practical School of Industry for Boys — 
Lille (Nord). Photographs, pupils' 
work. 

Practical School of Industry for Boys — 
Alarseilles (Bouches-du-Rhone). Pho- 
tographs, pupils' work. 



Practical School of Industry for Boys 

Montbeliard (Doubs). Photographs, 
pupils' work. 

Practical School of Industry for Boys 

at Morez (Jura). Photographs, pu- 
pils' work. 

Practical School of Industry for Boys— 

Rennes (Ille-&-Vilaine). Photographs, 
pupils' work. 

Practical School of Industry for Boys— 

Rive-de-Gier (Loire). Photographs, 
pupils' work. 

Practical School of Industry for Boys- 
Rouen (Seine-Inferieure). Photo- 
graphs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Industry for Boys 

Saint-Chamond (Loire). Photographs, 
pupils' work. 

Practical School of Industry for Boys 

Saint-Etienne (Loire). Photographs. 
pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Girls— Boulogne-sur-Mer 
(Pas-de-Calais). Photographs, pupils" 
work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Girls— Dijon (Cote-d'Or). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Girls— Havre (Seine-Infe- 
neure). Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Girls — Marseilles (Bouches- 
du-Rhone). Photographs, p u o i 1 s' 
work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Girls — Nantes (Loire-Infe- 
rieure). Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Girls — Reims (Marne). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce and In- 
dustry for Girls — Rouen (Seine-Infe- 
rieure). Photographs, pupils' work. 

Practical School of Commerce & In- 
dustry for Girls — St.-Etienne (Loire). 
Photographs, pupils' work. 

Ruze (Eugene), Paris (School of ap- 
prentices in fur dressing). Synopses, 
hides, work by apprentices, pupils' copy 
books. 

Risson, Paris. Summary History of 
Commerce. 

School of Arts et Metiers — Chalons 
sur-Marne. Photographs, drawings, 
pieces and machines manufactured by 
the pupils. 

Society of Professional Instruction of 
Carriage Building Lender the Patron- 
age of the Chambre Syndicate of Car- 
riage Builders — Paris. Notice of the 
professional lessons of the society. 

Society of the Moulding Sculptors of 
France, Paris. Models for the teach- 
ing of design. 



DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Special School for Public Works, Paris. 

Courses and instruction of the school 
pupils' work. Results obtained. 

Schefer (Mrs. G.), Paris. School books. 

Society Acad-Emique of Book-Keeping, 
Paris. Diagrams, books, miscellaneous 
documents. 

Society for Paternal Assistance to Chil- 
dren Employed in the Flower and 
Feather Industry, Paris. Work made 
by the pupils of the society, miscella- 
neous documents. 

Society for the Defence of Commerce 
and Industry in Marseilles, Marseilles 
(Bouches-du-Rhone). Synopses, in- 
formation and statistics. 

Society of Professional Instruction of 
the Rhone. Lyon (Rhone). Diagrams 
and statistical documents, 
cal documents. 



Society of Modern Instruction for the 

Development of the Instruction of 
Adults, Paris. Documents. 

Shorthand Institute of France, Paris. 
Statistical synopses, miscellaneous pub- 
lications. 

Urwiller (Auguste), Paris. Book keep- 
ing. 

Vuibert and Nony, Publishers, Paris. 
Books, papers, programs. 

COLONIES. 

Technical and Professional School, Ta- 
nanarive, Madagascar. 

A set of 12 specimen tables, giving, 
in addition to information concerning the 
School's peculiar work, a set of samples 
of leather and silk goods produced in 
the various workshops. 



GERMANY. 



Arranged and Installed by the Prussian Kultus Ministerium. 
LOCATION: BLOCKS lo AND 3. AISLES 4 AND 5. 



GROUP I. 

Buczilowsky, A., Berlin. Model. 
Deipser, Dr., Neuwied. Map. 
Deutscher Verein fuer Knabenhandarbeit, 

Leipzig. Charts and publications. 
Dorfschule, Datum-Nienhoefen. Pictures. 

photos, schoolwork, charts, syllabi, 

schedules. 
Faber, Oswald, Leipzig. Models. 
Fischer, S. E., Oberseiffenbach, . Erzge- 

birge. Froebelwork. 
Fricke, H., Hamburg. Photos. 
Imperial Government of German East 

Africa. Photographs of schools. (In- 
stalled in Palace of Agriculture. 
Knaben-Gemeindeschule 232, Berlin. 

Pictures, photos, schoolwork, charts, 

syllabi, schedules. 
Knaben-Mittelschule (Amdt-S c h u 1 e) 

Stettin. Pictures, photos, schoolwork, 

charts, syllabi, schedules. 
Knaben-Volkschule, Hannover- Linden. 

Drawings of pupils. 
Landratsamt, Gelsenkirchen. Map. 
Lehrer-Seminar, Bromberg, and De- 

litzsch. Drawings of pupils. 
Lehrer-Seminar, Reichenbach O/L. 

Drawings of pupils. 
Lehrer Seminar, Ziegenhals. Pictures, 

photos. scho<)lwork, charts, syllabi, 

schedules. 
Lehrerinnen Seminar, Burgsteinfurt. 

Pictures, photos, schoolwork, charts, 

syllabi, schedules. 



Maedchen Gemeindeschule 213, Berlin. 

Pictures, photos, schoolwork, charts, 
syllabi, schedules. 

Maedchen Mittelschule, erste, Stettin. Pic- 
Pictures, photos, schoolwork, charts, 
syllabi, schedules. 

Ruess, Wilh., Sculptor. Models. 

Schmidt, Dr. F. A., Bonn. Charts. 

Schuelerwerkstatt, Leipzig. Pictures, 
photos. 

Siemenroth, Franz, Berlin. Models. 

Stadt Verwaltung, Barmen, Berlin, Biele- 
feld, Breslau, Charlottenburg, Chem- 
nitz, Darmstadt, Dresden, Elberfeld, 

Madchen Mittlelschule, erste, Stettin. Pic- 
tures, photos, schoolwork, charts, syl- 
Frankfurt, a/M., Hanover, Hildesheim, 
Hoerde, Kassel, Koenigsberg i/Pr., 
Leipzig, Mainz, Muenchen, Nurnberg. 
Posen, Stettin, Stolp i/Pom, Strassburg 
i/E. Collective exhibit of models, 
photos, pictures, charts, maps, school- 
work, schedules, publications, draw- 
ings. 

Zentralauschuss zur Foerderung der 
Volks und Tugendspiele in Deutsch- 
land, Gorlitz. Maps. 

GROUP 2. 

Augustasschule, Koenigliche, mit Lehrer- 
innen Seminar, Berlin. Drawings of 
pupils and pictures, photos, school- 
work, charts, syllabi, schedules. 



GERMANY. 



95 



Auguste Victoria Gymnasium, Posen. 

Pictures, photos, schoolwork, charts, 
sj'llabi, schedules. 

Deutsche Auslandsschule, Antwerpen. 
Reports. 

Deutsche Auslandsschule, Brussel. Re- 
ports. 

Deutsche Auslandsschule, Bukarest. Re- 
ports. 

Deutsche Auslandsschule Konstantino- 
pel. Reports. 

Elizabeth Gymnasium, Breslau. Draw- 
ings of pupils. 

Evangelisches Paedagogium Godesberg 
a/Rh. Pictures, photos, schoolwork, 
charts, syllabi, schedules. 

Faber, Oswald, Leipzig. Models. 

Goethe Gymnasium, Frankfurt a/M. Pic- 
tures, photos, schoolwork, charts, syl- 
labi, schedules. 

Gymnasium, Dortmund. Drawings of pu- 
pils. 

Gymnasium und Realgymnasium, Flens- 
burg. Drawings of pupils. 

Gymnasium, Staedtisches, Stettin. Draw- 
ings of pupils. 

Gymnasium Wongrowitz. Pictures, pho- 
tos, schnohvork, charts, syllabi, sched- 
ules. 

Hoehere Toechterschule der Franke'- 
schen. Stiftungen Halle a/S. Draw- 
ings of pupils. 

Hoehere Toechterschule Igu Hannover. 
Drawings of pupils. 

Imperial Government of German East 
Africa. Photographs showing educa- 
tion of negroes. (Installed in Agricul- 
tural Building.) 

Joachimsthal'sches Gymnasium, Berlin. 
Pictures, photos, schoolwork, charts, 
sj'llabi, schedules. 

Kadetten Anstalten. Pictures, photos, 
school work, charts, syllabi, schedules. 

Kaiserin Auguste Victoriaschule, Stettin. 
Drawings of pupils. 

Klahr, Dresden. Photos. 

Kohlrausch, Dr., Hannover. Photos. 

Landesschule Pforta. Pictures, photos. 
schoolwork, charts, syllabi, schedules. 

Leuchtenberger, Dr., Coeln a Rheim. 
Chart. 

Lorenz, Dr., Quendlinburg. Photos. 

Luerssen, Fr., Aumund bei Bremen. 
Model of boas. 

Nahrwold, Dr., Berlin. Chart and publi- 
cations. 

Ober-Realschule, Friederich-Werdersche, 
Berlin. Drawings of pupils. 

Ober-Realschule, Bochum. Drawings of 
pupils and pictures, photos, school- 
work^ charts, syllabi, schedules. 

Ober-Realschule Gr. Lichterfelde, Berlin. 
Drawings of pupils. 



Realgymnasium, Altona. Drawings of 

pupils. 

Realgymnasium, Barmen. Pictures, pho- 
tos, schoolwork, charts, syllabi, sched- 
ules. 

Realgymnasium, Elberfeld. Pictures, 
photos, schoolwork, charts, syllabi, 
schedules. 

Realgymnasium ("Musterschule"), Frank- 
furt a/M. Drawings of pupils and 
pictures, photos, schoolwork, charts, 
syllabi, schedules. 

Realgymnasium, Iserlohn. Drawings of 
pupils. 

Realschule II., Berlin. Pictures, photos, 
schoolwork, charts, syllabi, schedules. 

Realschule X.', Berlin. Drawings of pu- 
pils. 

Realschule, Katholische, Breslau. Draw- 
ings of pupils. 

Realschule, Staedtische, Erfurt. Draw- 
ings of pupils. 

Realschule, Kreuznach. Pictures, photos, - 
schoolwork, charts, s\dlabi, schedules. 

Schmidt, Dr. T. A., Bonn a Rh. Charts. 

Sophien-Schule (Hloehere Maedchden- 
Schule mit Gymnasial — ^Kursen fuer die 
weibliche Jugend), Hannover. Pictures, 
photos, schoolwork, charts, syllabi, 
schedules. 

Stadt-Verwaltung, Barmen, Berlin, Boch- 
um, Breslau, Dresden, Dusseldorf, 
Eisleben, Elberfeld, Frankfurt a/M, 
Hamburg, Kreuznach, Leipzig, Muen- 
chen, Quedlinburg, Stuttgart. Col- 
lective exhibit of models, photos, 
charts, pictures, maps, schoolwork, 
schedules, publications, drawings. 

Ulbrich, Dr., Berlin. Charts. 

Wickenhagen, Dr., Schoenberg, Berlin. 
Photos. 

GROUP 3. 

Abegg, Dr., Breslau. Chemical apparatus. 

(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity). 

Aeronautisches Observatorium des Koe- 
nigiichen Meteorologischen Listitut, 
Berlin. Scientific instruments. 

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Konig- 
liche, Berlin. Publications, scientific 
works. 

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Koenig- 
liche, Muenchen. Publications, scien- 
tific works. 

Akademischer Ruderverein, Berlin. Pic- 
ture of the boat-house. 

Aktien-Gesellschaft fuer Anilienfabrika- 
tion, Berlin. Chemical preparations. 
(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity.) 

Aktien-Gesellschaft der chemischen Pro- 
duktenfabrik Pommerensdorf, Stettin. 
Chemical preparations. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity). 



DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Aktiengesellschaft fuer Chemische Pro- 

dukte, Vormals H. Scheidemandel, 
Landshuts Chemical preparations. (In- 
stalled German section Palace of Elec- 
tricity). 

Aktien-Gesellchaft fuer Teer and Erdoel 
Industrie, Berlin. Chemical prepara- 
tions. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity). 

Albers-Schoenberg, Dr., Physician, Ham- 
burg. X-ray pictures. 

Altmann, Paul, Berlin. Chemical prepa- 
rations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity). 

Anatomische Anstalt der Universities of 
Berlin. Breslau, Erlangen, Goettingen, 
Halle a/S., Heidelberg, Jena, Koenigs- 
berg iln..CjR.Hh . vbgk vbgkqjn — n 
berg i/Pr., Leipzig, Muenchen, Strass- 
burg VV. E., Wuerzberg. Collective ex- 
hibit of models, books, photos, draw- 
ings, charts. 

Anatomisch-Biologisches Institut der 
Universitaet, Berlin. Preparations. 

Anschuetz, Dr., Bonn. Chemical appa- 
ratus and preparations. (Installed 
German section Palace of Electricity). 

Apel, W., Goettingen. Chemical appa- 
ratus. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity). 

Augenklinik der Universitaet Freiburg 
i/B. Charts. 

Badische Anilin und Sodafabrik, Lud- 
wigshafen a/Rhein. Chemical prepa- 
rations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Bamberg, C, Berlin-Friedenau. Scien- 
tific instruments. 

Bartels, Georg, Mechanician, Goettingen. 
Chemical apparatus. (Installed Ger- 
man exhibit Palace of Electricity) and 
scientific instruments. 

Bark, Dr., Leipzig. Chemical apparatus. 
(Installed German section Palace of 

ElectricitjO- 

Becker, Mechanician, Goettingen. Scien- 
tific instruments. 

Beckmann, Dr. Ernst, Leipzig. Chemical 
apparatus and preparations. (Installed 
German section Palace of Electricity). 

Behrend, Dr. R., Hannover. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity). 

Beisswalnger, Vorsteher des Hygiene 
Laboratoriunis Tieralrztliche Abtei- 
lung, Stuttgart. Books. 

Bekel, Max., Hamburg-Barmbeck. Scien- 
tific instruments. 

Benda, Dr., Berlin. Pathological prepa- 
rations. 

Berg-Akademie, Koenigliche, Freiburg 
Sachsen. Publication. 

Berliner, Dr. Paul, Berlin. Wax models. 
(]\loulagen). 



Bichringer, Dr., Braunschweig. Chem- 
ical preparations. (Installed German 
section Palace of Electricity). 

Biel, W., Itzehoe. Apparatus. 

Bieling, Hugo, Berlin-Steglitz. Scien- 
tific instruments. 

Bier, Dr., Berlin (Chirurgische Univer- 
sitats-Klinik). Preparations. 

Biltz, Dr. Heinrich, Kiel. Chemical 
preparations and apparatus. (Installed 
in German section Palace of Electrici- 

ty). 
Biltz, Dr. W., Goettingen. Chemical ap- 

' paratus. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity). 

Blank, Hugo, Berlin. Chemical prepara- 
tions. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity). 

Blochmann, Dr., Koenigsberg i/Pr. 
Chemical preparations. (Installed Ger- 
man section. Palace of Electricity.) 

Bockenheimer, Dr., Berlin (Chirurgische 
Universitats-Klinik ), Preparations. 

Boehringer, C. F. & Soehne, Waldhof, 
near Mannheim. Chemical prepara- 
tions. 

(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity). 

Boehme, Moritz, Berlin. Model. 

Bolle, C, Berlin. Photos. 

Borchardt, Dr., Berlin, (Chirurgische 
Universitats-Klinik). Preparations. 

Borchers, Dr., Aachen. Chemical ap- 
paratus. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity). 

Boerner & Hertzberg, Berlin. Pictures. 

Bosch, I. & A., Strassburg i/E. Scien- 
tific instruments. 

Botanischer Garten und Museum der Uni- 
versitaet, Berlin. Maps, photos, paint- 
ings; products from the German col- 
onies. 

Bredig, Dr., Heidelberg. Chemical ap- 
;paratus. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity). 

Bredt, Dr. I., Aachen. Chemical appara- 
tus and preparations. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity). 

Bruck, G., Berlin. Scientific instruments. 

Brunck, Dr. O., Freiberg i/Sachsen. 
Chemical apparatus and preparations. 
(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity). 

Brunnee, R., Goettingen. Scientific instru- 
ments. 

Buchner, Dr. E., Berlin. Chemical ap- 
paratus and preparations. (Installed 
German section Palace of Electricity). 

Buelow, Dr., Tuebingen. Chemical prepa- 
rations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity). 

Bunge, Paul, Hamburg. Scientific in- 
struments. 



GERMANY. 



97 



Bunte, Dr., Karlsruhe i/Baden. Chem- 
ical apparatus. (Installed German sec- 
tion l^alace of Electricity). 

Burger, Reinhold, Berlin. Scientific in- 
struments. 

Burkhardt, Arthur, Glashuette i/Sachsen. 
Scientitic instruments. 

Busch, Dr., Erlangen. Chemical prepa- 
rations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity). 

Cassella, Leopold & Co., Frankfurt a/M. 
Chemical preparations. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity). 

Charite-Krankenhaus mit Universitat- 
Kliniken, Berlin. Photos, drawings, 
paintings. 

Chemische Fabrik Alt-Herzberg. Alvin 
Nieske, Dresden. Chemical prepara- 
tions. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity). 

Chemische Fabrik auf Actien (Vormals 
E. Schering), Berlin. Apparatus. 

Chemische Fabrik Gernsheim-Heubruch, 
Mannheim. Chemical preparations, 
(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity.) 

tions. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity). 

Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron, 
near Frankfurt a/M. Chemical prep- 
arations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity). 

Chemische Fabrik Hoeningen, vormals 
Walter Feld & Co., Horningen 
a/Rhein. Chemical preparations. (In- 
stalled in German section Palace of 
Electricity.) 

Chemische Fabrik, Dr. Eugen Schaal, 

"Feucrbach. Chemical preparations. 
(Installed in German section Palace of 
Electricity.) 

Chemische Fabriken vormals Weiler-ter- 
Meer. Verdingen a/Rhein. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity.) 

I. Chemisches Institut der Universitaet, 
Berlin. Chemical apparatus and prep- 
arations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Chemisches Institut der Universitaet 
Bonn. Chemical preparations. (In- 
stalled German section Palace of Elec 
tricity.) 

Chirurgische Universitacts — Klinik, of 
Berlin, Breslau, Bonn, Kiel. Koenigs- 
berg, Leipzig. Collective exhibit of 
models, apparatus, charts, photos, wax- 
models (Moulagen). 

Classen, Dr. A., Aachen. Chemical ap- 
paratus. (Installed German section of 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Christoph & Unmack Aktien-Gesellschaft, 
Niesky Oberlauritz. Model. 

Coehn, Dr., Goettingen. Chemical prep- 
arations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 



Coelner, Ceresinfabrik, Gebruder Maus, 

Coin a/Rhein. Chemical preparations. 
(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity.) 

Conrad, Dr., AschafFenburg. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity.) 

Continental Caoutchouc & Gutta-Percha 
Co., Hannover. Scientific apparatus. 

de la Camp, Dr., Berlin: X-Ray pic- 
tures. 

Cowl, Dr., Berlin. X-Ray pictures. 

Dennstedt, Dr., Hamburg, Staats-labora- 
torium. Chemical apparatus and prep- 
arations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Detert, Berlin. Apparatus. 

Deutsche Chemische Gesellschaft, Berlin- 
Chemical preparations. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 

Deutsche Gesellschaft, fuer Chirurgie, 
Berlin. Portraits. 

Diederichs, Carl, Goettingen. Chemical 
apparatus. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Dielts, Dr. Berlin. Chemical prepara- 
tions. 

Dimroth, Dr., Tuebingen. Chemical prep- 
arations. 

Dittmar, W., Berlin. Model. 

Doebner, Dr. Halle a/S. Chemical prep- 
arations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Draegerwerke Luebeck. Surgical appa- 
ratus. 

Dreyer, Rosenkranz & Droop, Hannover. 
Scientific mstruments. 

Drude, Dr., Giessen. Chemical appa- 
ratus. (Installed German section Palace 
of Electricity.) 

Duerck, Dr. Hermann, Muenchen. Pic- 
tures & photos. 

Ijustless Co. (Limited), Berlin. Dust- 
less-Oil. 

Eisenmann, R., Berlin. Chemical prep- 
arations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Elbs, Dr., Giessen. Chemical prepara- 
tions. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace t>i Electricity.) 

Elektromotor Co. (Limited), Berlin. 
Models. 

Emmerling, Dr. O., Berlin. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity.) 

Engler, Dr., Karlsruhe. Chemical appa- 
ratus and preparatioss. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 

Enke, Ferdinand, Stuttgart. Books. 

Enoch, Dr. Karl, Serumlaboratorium, 
Hamburg. Samples of serum. 

Erdmann, Dr. Ernst, Charlottenburg. 
Chemical apparatus. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 

Farbenfabriken vormals Friedr, Bayer & 
Co., Elberfeld. Chemical preparations. 



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(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity.) 

Farbwerke vormals Meister, Lucius & 
Bruening, Hoechst a/Main. Chemical 
preparations; samples of serum. (In- 
stalled German section Palace of Elec- 
tricity.) 

Fechner, Mechanician, Potsdam. Scien- 
tific instruments. 

Fischer, Dr., Emil, Berlin. Chemical 
preparations and apparatus. (Installed 
German section Palace of Electricity.) 

Fischer, Dr. Ferdinand, Goettingen. 
Chemical apparatus. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 

Fischer, F. L., Freiburg i/Br. Models. 

Fischer, Gustav, Jena. Books. 
Fischer, Dr. Otto, Erlangen. Chemical 

preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity.) 

Fraenkel, Dr. A., Berlin. Pictures. 

Freund, Dr., Frankfurt a/M. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity.) 

Frohoe, Dr., Berlin. Preparations. 

Fromm, Dr., Freiburg i/B. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity.) 

Frosch, Dr., Bakteriologischer Untersu- 
chungsrat, Friet. Graphical charts. 

Fuess, R., Steglitz, Berlin. Scientific in- 
struments. 

Gabriel, Dr. S., Berlin. Chemical prep- 
arations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften, Koenig- 
liche, Goettingen. Publications and 
scientific works. 

Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften, Koenig- 
liche, Leipzig. Publications and 

scientific works. 

Giesel & Co., Leipzig. Chemical prep- 
arations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Goetze, F. O. R., Leipzig. Scientific in- 
struments. 

Goldschmidt, Dr. Theodor, Essen 
a/Ruhr. Chemical apparatus and prep- 
arations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) » 

Graf, Dr. & Co., BerUn. Paints. 

Greeff, Dr., Berlin. Preparations and 
drawings. 

Greiner, Ephraim, Stuetzerbach i/Thue- 
ringen. Scientific instruments. 

Grossherzogliches Museum, Darmstadt. 
Zoological preparations. 

Grossmarr, Dr. H., Muenster i/W. 
Chemical preparations. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 

Gundelach, E., Gehlberg i/Thueringen. 
Scientific instruments. 

Guenther & Tegetmeyer, Braunschweig. 
Scientific instruments. 

Guenther, Paula, Berlin. Drawings. 



Gutzmann, Dr. Hermann, Berlin. Ap- 
paratus. 
Haarmann & Reimer., Holzminden. 

Chemical preparations. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 

Haertel, Georg, Breslau. Surgical in- 
struments. 

Halle, Bernhard, Berlin-Steglitz . Scien- 
tific instruments. 

V. Hansemann, Dr., Berlin. Patholog. 
Institute am Krankenhaus, Friedrich- 
shain. Preparations. 

Harries, Dr. C., Berlin. Chemical appa- 
ratus and preparations. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 

Hartmann, Rud. A., Berlin. Drawings. 

Hartmann & Braun, Aktiengesellschaft, 
Frankfurt a/M. Chemical apparatus 
and scientific instruments. (Installed 
German section Palace of Electricity.) 

Hasemann, A., Berlin. Scientific instru- 
ments. 

Hauswaldt, H., Mad^eburg. Scientific 
instruments. 

Heele, H., Berlin. Scientific instru- 
ments. 

Heidelberger Gelatine-Fabriken Stoess 
& Co., Ziegelhausen - Heidelberg. 
Chemical preparations. (Installed 

German section Palace of Electricit3^) 

Hempel, Dr., Dresden. Chemical appa- 
ratus. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 

Heraeus, W. C, Hanau. Chemical appa- 
ratus. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 

Heraeus, W. C, Hanau. Chemical appa- 

Heyl Gebr & Co., Charlottenburg. Chem- 
ical preparations. (Installed German 
section Palace of Electricity.) 

Heyl Gebruder & Co., Charlottenburg. 
Chemical preparations. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 

Hirschmann H., Berlin. Surgical appa- 
ratus. 

Holde, Dr., Berlin. Chemical apparatus 
and preparations. (Installed German 
section Palace of Electricity.) 

Hommel, H., Mainz. Scientific instru- 
ments. 

Hugershoff, F., Mechanician, Leipzig. 
Chemical apparatus. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 

Hygienisches Institut der Universitaet, 
Breslau. Models. 

Hygienisches Institut der Universitaet, 
Halle a/S. Charts and apparatus. 

JHygienisches Institut, Hamburg. Pic- 
tures and preparations. 

Ichthyol-Gesellschaft, Cordes, Hermann 
& Co., Hamburg. Chemical prepara- 
tions. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 

Immelmann, Dr., Berlin. X-ray pictures. 

Institut fur experimentelle Therapie, 
Frankfurt a/]M. Photos and apparatus. 



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Institut fur Infektionskrankheiten, Ber- 
lin. Preparations, pictures, samples 
of serum, photos, etc. 

Institut fur Meereskunde, Berlin. Zoo- 
logical preparations. 

Jacobson, Dr. P., Berlin. Models and 
chemical preparations. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 

Jung, R., Heidelberg. Scientific instru- 
ments. 

Junkers & Co.. Dessau. Scientific instru- 
ments. 

Kaiserlicher Gesundheits-Amt, Berlin. 
Statistics and graphic charts. 

Kalle & Co., Biebrich a/Rhein. Chem- 

cal preparations. (Installed German 
section Palace of Electriciity.) 

Kerker, Erwin, Mechanician, Breslau. 
Chemical apparatus. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 

Klinik fuer Augenkrankheiten in der 
Charite. Berlin. Pathological prepa- 
rations. 

Klinik fuer Hals-und Nasenkrankheiten, 
Berlin. Preparations, wax-models. 

Klinik fuer Haut-und Geschlechtskrank- 

heiten. Berlin. Charts and photos. 

Knappschaftsverein, Bochum. Books. 

Knoefler, Dr., & Co., Ploetzensee-Berlin. 
Chemical preparations. 

Knoll & Co., Ludwigshafen a/Rhein. 
Chemical preparations. (Installed 
German section Palace of Electricity.) 

Knorr, Dr., Jena. Chemical prepara- 
tions. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 

Kohl, Max, Chemnitz. Furniture of an 

Koehler, Fritz, Leipzig. Chemical appa- 
auditurium. scientific instruments. 

Kroenig, Dr., Berlin. Charts. 

ratus. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 

Kohlrausch, Dr., Physikalisch-Techni- 
sche Reichsanstalt, Charlottenburg. 
Chemical apparatus. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 

Kolbow, Fritz, Berlin. Wax-models. 
( Moulagen.) 

Konig, Dr., Berlin. Charts. 

Konig, Dr., Munster i/W. Chemical ap- 
paratus and preparations. (Installed 
German section Palace of Electricit3^) 

Koerting, Gebrueder, Actien-Gesellschaft, 
Kortingsdorf near Hannover. Appa- 
ratus. 

Kreitling, Paul, Berlin. Apparatus. 

Kroener, A., Breslau. Wax-models. 
(Moulagen.) 

Kruess, A., liamburg. Scientific instru- 
ments. 

Kuemmel. Dr., Allgemeines Kranken- 
haus. Hamburg-Eppendorf. X-ray pic- 
tures, photos, scientihc instruments. 



Kunckel, Dr., Rostock. Chemical appa- 
ratus. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 
' Kunheim & Co., Berlin. Chemical prepa- 
j rations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Kuester, Dr. William, Stuttgart. Chem- 
ical preparations. (Installed German 
section Palace of Electricity.) 

Kutscher, Dr., Marburg. Chemical pre- 
j parations. (Installed German section 
I Palace of Electricity.) 

Ladenburg, Dr., Breslau. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity.) 

Lange, Dr., Crefeld. Chemical appa- 
ratus. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 

Langerhans, Dr., Berlin. Pathologisch- 
Anatomische, Anstalt Krankenhaus 
Moabit. Chemical preparations. 

Lassar, Dr., Berlin. Diapositives, wax- 
models. (Moulages.) 

Lautenschlaeger, F. & M., Berlin. Appa- 
ratus of the Laboratory for bacterio- 
logy, disinfection-apparatus. 

Lehmann, I. F., Muenchen. Drawings. 

Leitz, Ernst, Wetzlar a/L. Scientific in- 
strument's, microscopes. 

Lentz, E. A., Berlin. Chemical appa- 
ratus. (Installed German section Pai- 
ace of Electricity.) 

Lentz, Ernst., Berlin. Hospital fittings. 

Leppin & Masche, Berlin. Scientific in- 
struments. 

Lesser, Dr., Berlin. Photos. 

Levy-Dom, Dr., Berlin. X-ray pictures. 

Lexer, Dr., Berlin. (Chirurgische Uni- 
versitats-Klinik.) Chemical prepara- 
tions. 

Liebermann, Dr., Berlin. Charlotten- 
burg. Chemical preparations. (In- 
stalled German section Palace of Elec- 
tricity.) 

Lindner, Dr., Berlin. Chemical appa- 
ratus. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 

Loewenstein, Louis & H., Berlin. Scien- 
tific instruments, demonstration appa- 
ratus. 

Lorenz, Darmstadt. Books. 

Luther, D., Actien-Gesellschaft, Braun- 
schweig. Chemical apparatus. (In- 
stalled German section Palace of Elec- 
tricity.) 

Lux, Friedrich, Ludwigshafen a/Rh. 
Chemical apparatus. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 
Scientific instruments. 
Lungenheilstaette, Belzig. Statistical 
charts. 

Lysoform Co., Ltd., Berlin. Prepara- 
tions. 

Mahla, Dr. F., Berlin. Chemical prepa- 
rations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricit}^) 



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Marckwald, Dr. W., Berlin. Chemical ap- 
paratus, preparations. (Installed Lrer- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 

Marquart, Dr. L. C, Beuel a/Rh. Chemi- 
cal preparations. (Installed German 
section Palace of Electricity.) 

Medizinal Abteilung des Kgl. Preuss., 
Kriegsministers, Berlin. Graphical 
charts. 

Medizinal Abteilung des Kgl. Preuss. Un- 
terrichts Ministers, Berlin. Plans of 
the Lepra Home in Memel. 

Medizinlisches Warenhaus (A,-G), Ber- 
lin. jNlodels, instruments. 

Merck, E., Darmstadt, Chemical prepa- 
rations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Merck, E., Darmstadt. Sample of serum. 

Messbild Anstalt., Berlin. Photos of the 
university, buildings of Breslau and 
Marburg. 

Messters Projection, Ltd., Berlin. Ap- 
paratus. 

Meyer, Dr., Braunschweig. Chemical 
apparatus, preparations. (Installed 
German section Palace of Electricity.) 

Meyerhoflfer, Dr., Berlin. Chemical ap- 
paratus. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Michaelis, Dr., Rostock i/M. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity.) 

Miethe, Dr., Charlottenburg. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity.) 

Miethe, Dr. Scientific instruments. 

Ministerium fur Kultur & Unterricht, 
Dresden. Models and sketches. 

Mitscherlich, Dr. Alexander, Freiburg 
i/B. Chemical preparations. (In- 
stalled German section Palace of Elec- 
tricit}^) 

Mittelbach, Robert. Mechanician, Goet- 
tingen. Chemical apparatus. (In- 
stalled German section Palace of Elec- 
tricity). 

Moehlau, Dr., Dresden. Chemical prep- 
arations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity). 

Moeller, Dr., Belzig. Photos, graphic 
charts, models. 

Moeller, I. D., Wedel i/Holst. Scientific 
mstruments. 

Museum fur Naturkunde der Universitaet, 
Berlin. Zoological preparations. 

Mueller, P. Jos., & Co., Berlin. Fur- 
niture of an auditorium. 

Mueller, F. Ad. Soehne, Wiesbaden. 
Artificial eyes. 

Mueller-Uri, Richard, Braunschweig. 
Scientific instruments. 

Naturalien Kabinett, Stuttgart. Zoo- 
logical preparations. 

Naturhistorisches Museum, Bremen: 
Zoological preparations. 



Naturhistorisches Museum, Hamburg. 
Zoological preparations. 

Naumann, Dr. A., Giessen. Model of 
chemical apparatus. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 

Nernst, Dr., Goettingen. Chemical ap- 
paratus. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Neuberg, Dr. C, Berlin. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity.) 

Neumayer, Dr. Ludwig, Muenchen. 
Model. 

Neurobiologisches Universitaets-Labora- 
torium, BerHn. Charts and Diaposi- 
tives. 

Niedner, Dr., Berlin. Pictures. 

Niehls, W., Berlin. Scientific instru- 
ments. 

Noelting, Dr., Muehlhausen i/E. Chemi- 
cal preparations. (Installed German 
section Palace of Electricity.) 

Nordseemuseum, Helgoland. Zoological 
preparations. 

Normal Eichungs-Kommission, Charlot- 
tenburg. Scientific instruments. 

Oehler, Anilin-und Anilinfarbenfabrik, 
Offenbach a/M. Chemical prepara- 
tions. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 

V. Oettingen, Dr. W., Steglitz-Berlin. 
Models. 

Ohrenklinik der Kgl. Charite, Berlin. 
Models. 

Orthopaedisch-Chirurgische Klinik von 
Dr. Fopp & Dr. Eckstein, Berlin. 
Photos. 

Ost, Dr., Hannover. Chemical appa- 
ratus and preparations. (Installed 
German section Palace of Electricity.) 

Osterloh, Paul, Leipzig-Gautzsch. Zoo- 
logical models. 

Ostwald, Dr., Leipzig. Chemical appa- 
ratus. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 

Paal, Dr., Erlangen. Chemical prepa- 
rations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Podewils Fabriken, Ltd., Augsburg. Ap- 
paratus. 

Pathologisches Institut &tr Kgl. Thier- 
aertzlichen Hochschule, Muenchen. 
Preparations. 

Pathologisches Institut der Universitaet, 
Berlin. Preparations, wax-models, 
photos. 

Pathologisches Institut der Universitaet, 
Breslau. Charts. 

Pathologisches Institut der Universitaet, 
Kiel. Photos. 

Pathologisches Institut der Universitaet, 
Muenchen. Preparations. 

Pest, F. W., Berlin. Chemical appa- 
ratus. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 



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Peters, Julius, Berlin. Scientific instru- 
ments. 
Petzold, M., Chemnitz. Diapositives. 
Pfau, H., Berlin. Model. 
Pfeffer, Dr., Leipzig. Chemical appa- 
ratus. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 
Pharmakologisches Institut der Univer- 

sitaet, Berlin. Preparations. 
Physikalisch-Technische Reichsanst alt, 
Charlottenburg. Scientific instruments. 
Pinner, Dr., Berlin. Chemical prepara- 
tions. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 
Piorkowski, Dr., Berlin. Charts. 
Poeckel, Dr., Heinrich, Berlin. Chemi- 
cal apparatus. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity.) 
Porzellan-Manufactur Konigliche, Berlin. 
Chemical apparatus. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 
Provinzialmuseum, Altona. Photos, zoo- 
logical preparations. 
Pschorr, Dr. R., Berlin. Chemical prepa- 
rations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 
Psychiatrische Klinik der Universitat, 

Giessen. Charts and plans. 
Psychiatrische und Nerven-Klinik der 

Universitat, Kiel. Preparations. 
Quantmeyer & Eicke, Berlin. Samples 

(if linoleum. 
Raschig, Dr. F., Ludwigshafen a/Rh. 
Chemical preparations. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 
Reinke, Dr., Braunsweig. Chemical appa- 
ratus, preparations. 
Richter, C, Berlin. Scientific Instru- 
ments. 
Riedinger, A., Augsburg. Scientific in- 
struments. 
Riefler, Clemens, Munchen. Scientific 

instruments. 
Rietschel & Henneberg, Berlin. Appa- 
ratus. 
Rohde, Dr., Munchen. Chemical prepa- 
rations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 
Rosenberg, Th., Berlin. Scientific in- 
struments. 
Rosenheim, Dr., Berlin. Chemical prepa- 
rations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 
Ruff, Dr. Otto, Berlin. Chemical prepa- 
rations and apparatus. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 
Ruhstrat, Gebrueder, Goettinger. Chemi- 
cal apparatus. 
Rumpel, Dr., Hamburg. Allgemeines 

Krankenhaus. Charts. 
Sachsse, E., & Co., Leipzig. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity). 
Sachs, Dr., Berlin. Chemical prepara- 



tions, charts. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity). 
Salkowski, Dr., Berlin. Chemical prep- 
arations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity). 
Salkowski, Dr., Muenster i/W. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity). 
Sartorius, F., Goettingen u Rauschen- 
wasser. Chemical preparations and 
apparatus. Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity).. 
Schaeffer & Budenberg, Magdeburg- 

Bockau. Scientific instruments. 
Schanze, M., Leipzig, Apparatus. 
Scheibert, M. & H., Berlin. Microscopes. 
Schiltsky, Berlin. Models in dentistry. 
Schmidt, W., Giessen. Chemical appa- 
ratus. . 
Schmidt, Franz & Haensch, Berlin. 
Chemical apparatus. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 
Schmidt. Scientific instruments. 
Schinorl Dr., Dresden. Pathologisches 
Institut d. Stadt, Krankenhauses. Pic- 
tures, -r- • 
Schoenner, G., Nuernberg. Scientific in- 
struments. ^, . , 
SchoU, Dr. R., Karlsruhe. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity). , 
Schopper, Louis, Leipzig. Scientific in- 
struments. . 
Schott und Genossen, Jena. Scientific 

instruments. 
Schott und Genossen. Chemical appa- 
ratus. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity). 
Schuchardt, Dr. Th., Goerlitz. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity). 
Schultz, Dr., Muenchen. Chemical pre- 
parations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity.) 
Schultze, G. A., Berlin. Scientific instru- 
ments. 
Seifert, Praeparator, Berlin. Model. 
Siebert, Dr., & Kuehn, Cassel. Scientific 

instruments. 
Siegfried, Dr., Leipzig. Chemical prepa- 
rations and apparatus. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity). 
Siemens & Halske, A.-G., Berlin. X-ray 
cabinet, scientific instruments and ap- 
paratus. 
Silberstein, Dr. Ernst, Berlin. Model. 
Simundt, Percy, Berlin. Surgical instru- 
ments. 
Sobernheim, Dr., Halle a/S. Prepara- 
tions, photos, samples of serum. 
Summer & Runge, Berlin. Scientific in- 
struments. 
Spoerhase, W., Giessen. Scientific in- 
struments. 



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Staedel, Dr., Darmstadt. Chemical ap- 
paratus. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity). 

Stassfurter Chemische Fabriken, Vorm. 
Vorster & Gruenberg. Stassfurt 

Chemical preparations. (Installed 
German section Palace of Electricity). 

Stavenhagen, Dr. Berlin-Grunewald. 
Chemical preparations. (Installed in 
German section Palace of Electricity). 

Steger, I., Leipzig. Preparations and 
models for anatomy. 

Stock, Dr. A., Berlin. Chemical ap- 
paratus and preparations. (Installed 
German section Palace of Electricity). 

Stoehr, Dr., Kiel. Chemical prepara- 
tions. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity). 

Stoermer, Dr., Rostock. Chemical prep- 
arations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity). 

Stueckrath, P., Friedenau-Berlin. Scien- 
tific instruments. 

Technische Hochschule, Berlin-Charlot- 
tenburg. Graphical sketches, models, 
photos. 

Technische Hochschule, Danzig. Paint- 

"^S- „ . .^ . 

Tesdorpf, L., Stuttgart. Scientific instru- 
ments. 

Thermophor-Gesellschaft, BerUn. Ap- 
paratus. 

Thiele, Dr. I., Strassburg i/E. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity). 

Thierfelder, Dr., Berlin. Chemical prep- 
arations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity). 

Thoms, Dr., Dahlem, near Steglitz-Ber- 
lin. Chemical apparatus. (Installed 
German section Palace of Electricity). 

Thorner, Dr. Walter, BerUn. Diaposi- 
tions. 

Tollens, Dr., Goettingen. Chemical ap- 
paratus, preparations. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity). 

Toepfer, Otto & Sohn, Potsdam. Scien- 
tific instruments 

Traube, Dr. Wilhelm, Berlin. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity). 

linger, Dr., Berlin. Preparations. 

Universitaet Wuerzburg. Drawings, 
sketches, photos. 

Universitaets Augenklinik, Breslau. Di- 
apositives. 

Universitaets Institut fur Untersuchun- 
gen mit Roentgen-Strahlen, Berlin. Di- 
apositives. 

Universitaets Klinik fur Hautkrankheit, 
Breslau. Photos and wax-models. 

Universitaet Leipzig. Drawings, sketches, 
photos. 

Universitaet Marburg. Copies of audi- 
torium, pictures. 



Universitaets Poliklinik fur Orthopaed- 

ische Chirurgie, Berlin. Surgical prep- 
arations. 

Unterrichts-Ministerium, Berlin. Paint- 
ing of the new aeronautical observa- 
tory Linderberg, near Berlin; drawings 
and sketches of university buildings 
and institutes, drawings and paintings 
of the new royal library, map of Ger- 
many, showing all universities and 
academies. 

Vereinigte Chemische Werke. Charlot- 
tenburg. Chemical preparations. (In- 
stalled German section Palace of Elec- 
tricity). 

Vereingte Fabriken fuer Laboratoriums- 
bedarf (Ltd.), Berlin. Chemical ap- 
paratus. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity). 

Vongerichten, Dr., Jena. Chemical prep- 
arations. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity). 

Wallach, Dr. O., Goettingen. Chemical 
aparatus, preparations. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity). 

WanschafT, L, Berlin. Scientific instru- 
ments. 

Werner & Winter, Frankfurt a^M. Lith- 
ographic reproductions. 
Wedekind, Dr. E., Tuebingen. Chemical 

preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity). 
Wedekind, R., & Co., Uerdingen a/Rh. 
Chemical preparations. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity). 
Weinland, Dr., Tuebingen. Chemical 
preparations. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity). 
I Westphal & Reinhold, Berlin. Photos. 
Mensing, A., Berlin. Scientific instru- 
ments. 
Wichelhaus, Dr., Berlin. Chemical ap- 
paratus, chemical preparations. (In- 
stalled German section Palace of Elec- 
tricity). 
Windisch, Dr. K., Geisenheim a/Rh. 
Chemical apparatus. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 
Windier, H., Berlin. Surgical instru- 
ments. 
Winkler, Dr. Clemens, Dresden. Chem- 
ical apparatus,- preparations, model. 
(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity). 
Wirsing, Theodor, Schweinfurt. Chem- 
ical preparations. (Installed German 
section Palace of Electricity;. 
V'/isliceus, Dr. Hans. Tharandt i/S. 
Chemical apparatus, models. (Installed 
Cicrnian section Palace of Electricity), 
Wislicenus, Dr. Johannes, Tuebingen. 
Chemical preparations. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity). 



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Wislicenus, Dr. Wilhelm, Tuebingen. 

Chemical preparations. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity.) 

Witscherlich, Dr. Alexander, Freiburg 
i/B. Chemical preparations. (In- 
stalled German section Palace of Elec- 
tricity). 

Woehler, Dr. Lothar, Karlsruhe. Chem- 
ical preparations. (Installed German 
section Palace of Electricity). 

Wohl, Dr., Berlin. Chemical prepara- 
tions and apparatus. (Installed Ger- 
man section Palace of Electricity). 

Wolf, Dr. Max., Heidelberg. Scientific 
instruments. 

Wolf, Otto, Berlin. Scientific instru- 
ments. 

Wolffenstein, Dr., Charlottenburg. Chem- 
ical preparations. (Installed German 
section Palace of Electricity). 

Zeiss, Carl, Jena. Optical instruments. 
Scientific apparatus. 

Zeiss, Carl. Chemical apparatus. (In- 
stalled German section Palace of Elec- 
tricity.) 

Ziegler, Friedrich, Freiburg i/B. Models 
for anatomy. 

Zoologisches Institut der Tieraertzlichen 
Hochschule, Muenchen. Zoological 
preparations. 

Zoologisches Institut der Universitaet 
Berlin. Zoological preparations. 

Zoologisches Institut der Universitaet 
Heidelberg. Zoological preparations. 

Zoologisches Institut der Universitaet 
Leipzig. Zoological preparations. 

Zoologisches Institut der Universitaet 
Wuezburg. ^Models, zoological prepa- 
rations. 

GROUP 5. 

Installed in German Section, Palace of 

Agriculture. 
Agricultural Experimenting Station, Cas- 

sel, Marburg on Lahn. Precision ad- 
justing balance. 

Agricultural Experimenting Station, Hil- 
desheim. Rotating apparatus. 

Ackerbauschule Badersleben, Provinz 
Sachsen. Photographic illustrations. 

Biologische Anstalt des Kais, Gesund- 
heitsamts. Berlin. Alodel of the ex- 
perimental field in Dahlem. 

Brendel, R. Kolonie Grunewald b. Berlin. 
Abidels for instruction in botany. 

Chemical Agriculture Experimenting 
Station, Dahme (Mark). Publications 
an dphotographic reproductions. 

Fennel, Soehne Otto, Cassel, Theodolites. 
Tacheometers; levelling instruments. 

Gebhardt, Soehne Paul, Berlin. Appa- 
ratus for instruction in physics; ex- 
perimenting table. 

Gebrueder Michell, Berlin. Gypsum 
busts. 



Haferlandt. Wilhelm & Co., G. m. b. H., 

Berlin. Natural preparations for in- 
struction. 

Hauptner, H., Berlin. Collection of in- 
struments, means of instructions. 

Haushaltungsschule, Hameln (Province 
Hannover). Photographic illustrations. 

Haushaltungsschule Nebra a. U. (Pro- 
vince Sachsen). Photographic illus- 
trations. 

Institute for Animal Physiology, Bonn- 
Poppelsdorf. Reproductions concern- 
ing respiration calirometer. 

Kaulfusssche Th. Buchhandlung P. 
Pfeififer, Liebnitz. Collective exhibit 
of means of instruction. 

Kgl. Bayrische Agrikulturbotanische An- 
stalt, Muenchen. Pure cultivation of 
nitrogen assimilating bacteriae. 

Kgl. Landwirtschaftliche Akademie Pop- 
pelsdorf-Bonn. Photographic illus- 
trations, plans, etc. 

Kgl. Landwirtschaftliche Hochschule, 
Berlin. Photographic illustrations, etc. 

Kgl. Kgl. Preuss, Ministerium fuer Land- 
wirtschaft, Doinaenen und Forsten, 
Berlin. Graphic representations, sta- 
tistics. 

Landsberg, Max, Berlin. Models of the 
German breeds of cattle. 

Landwirtschaftskammer der Rheinpro- 
vinz, Bonn. Picture of a Rhenish horse. 

Landwirtschaftl, Winterschule Gross- 
foerste (Provinz Hannover). Photo- 
graphic illustrations. 

Landwirtschaftliche Lehranstalt und 
Haushaltungssciiule Hagen i/W. 

Landwirtschaftsschule Cleve (R h e i n 
Provinz). Models of agricultural im- 
plements. 

Landwirtschaftsschule Eldena (Provinz 
Pommern). Means of instruction in 
knowledge of the soil. 

Landwirtschaftsschule Flensburg. Col- 
lection of articles of fodder, 

Landwirtschaftsschule Hildesheim (Pro- 
vinz Hannover). Means of instruction 
in chemistry. 

Landwirtschaftsschule Liegnitz i. Schl. 
Collection of artificial sets of Jidrse's 
teeth. 

Landwirtschaftsschule Schievelbein. Pho- 
tograph of the Institute building. 

Milchwirtschaftliches Institut Hameln 
(Hannover). Photographs concerning 
the institute. 

Muencke, Dr. Robert, Berlin. Means of 
instruction in knowledge of the soil, 
etc. 

Omeis, Dr. Th., Wuerzburg. Filtering 
stands for analytical laboratories. 

Parey, Paul, Berlin. Pictures of breeds, 
etc. 



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Reisswaenger, Stuttgart. Serum against 

swine fever. 

Reit und Fahrschule Elmshorn (Provinz 
Schleswig-Holstein). Photographic il- 
lustrations. 

Royal Saxon Agricultural Experimenting 
Station, Moeckern. together with Franz 
Hugershoff. Leipzig. Model of a res- 
piration apparatus. 

Royal High School for Agricultural, Ber- 
lin. Respiration apparatus. 

Schimmel & Co., Miltiz, near Leipzig. 
Pollantin. 

Vereinigte Fabriken fuer Laboratoriums- 
bedarf m. b. H., Berlin. Outfit for 
the chemical laboratory of an agricul- 
tural experimenting station. 

Voigt, Hugo, Leipzig. Text-books for 
instruction in agricultural educational 
institutes. 

Wiesenbauschule, Schleusingen. Models 
of land improvements. 

Wiesenbauschule Siegen (Provinz West- 
falen). Models of meadow cultivation; 
means of instruction; projects. 

Zwirncr, L., Nachfolger, Lautenbach 
(Baden). Plastic imitations of va- 
rieties of fruit for educational purposes. 



GROUP 6. 

Handels-Hochschule, Coeln 

Sketches, photos, statistics. 



a/Rhein. 



GROUP 7. 

Blindenanstalt, Koenigliche, Steglitz, 

Berlin. Pictures, photos, schoolwork, 
charts, syllabi, schedules. 

Hilfsschule fuer schwachbegabte Kinder 
Stolp i/Pommern. Photos, publica- 
tions. 

Idioten-Anstalt Berlin-Dalldorf. Pic- 
tures, photos, school work, charts, syl- 
labi, schedules. 

Kunz, M., Blindenanstalt Illzach i/El- 
sass. Books, maps, models. 

Piper, Hermann, Idiotenanstalt, Berlin- 
Dalldorf. ^Models, photos, publica- 
tions. 

Taubstummen-Erziehungs-A n s t a 1 t, 
Frankfurt, a/^I. Pictures, photos, 
school work, charts, syllabi, schedules. 

Zentral-Taubstummen-Institut, M u e n- 
chen. Photos and pictures. 

GROUP 8. 

Ahrens, Dr., F. B., Breslau. Scientific 

works. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 

Albrecht Duerer-Haus, Sutterlin & 
Scholl. Berlin. [Models. 

Amthor, Leipzig. Books, pictures. 

Anders, Richard, Charlottenburg. Model. 



Anschuetz, Dr., Bonn-Poppelsdorf, Scien- 
tific works. (Installed Gerinan section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Aschendorff, Muenster i/W. Books. 

Asher, A., & Co., Berlin. Books. 

Barth, Joh., Ambrosius, Leipzig. Scien- 
tific \yorks. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Beck, C. H., Muenchen. Books. 

Belser, Chr., Stuttgart. Books. 

Blochmann, Dr., Koenigsberg i/Pr. Sci- 
entific works. ( Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity.) 

Boehlau, Herm., Nachfolger, Weimar. 
Books. 

Boettcher, A., Naturalien u. Lehrmittell. 
Handlung, Berlin. Models. 

Bonde, O., Altenburg. Books. 

Borchers, Dr., Aachen. Scientific works. 
(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity.) 

Borntraeger, Gebrueder, Berlin. Books. 

Brandstetter, Friedrich. Books. 

Bredig, Dr., Heidelberg. Scientific 
works. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 

Breitkopf & Haertel, Leipzig. Pictures. 

Brendel, R., Grunewald-Berlin. Models. 

Brink, Heinrich, Kassel-Wahlerhausen. 
Model. 

Buchhandlung dcs Waisenhauses, Halle 
a/S. Books, pictures. 

V. Buchka, Dr., Berlin. Scientific works. 
(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity.) 

Buczilowsky, A., Berlin. Model. 

Classen, Dr., Aachen. Scientific works. 
(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity.) 

Cotta, F. G., Berlin. Books. 

Deutsche Chemische Gesellschaft, Berlin. 
Scientific works. (Installed German 
section Palace of Electricity.) 

Deutsche Dichter-Gedaechtnis-Stiftung, 
Hamburg-Grossbarstel. Books. 

Deutsche Orient-Gesellschaft, Berlin. 
Maps f)f Ahusier and ancient Babylon. 

Diesterweg Moritz, Frankfurt a/M. 
Books. 

Dinges, F., Seminarlehrer, Mindelheim, 
Bayern. Alodels. 

V. Drygalski, Dr. E., Berlin. (Installed 
German section Palace of Transporta- 
tion.) 

Duerr, Leipzig. Books. 

Ebbecke, Friedrich, Lassa i/Posen. Ap- 
paratus, models, books. 

Elbs, Dr. Giessen. Scientific works. (In- 
stalled German section Palace of Elec- 
tricity.) 

Elwert. N. G., Marburg. Books. 

Faber, Oswald, i^eipzig - Paunsdorf. 
Model. 

Fechner, Wilhelm, Berlm. Portrait. 



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Fischer, Dr. Emil, Berlin. Scientific 
works. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace oi Electricity.) 

Fischer, Dr. Ferdinand, Goettingen. Sci- 
entific works. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity.) 

Fischer, Gustav, Jena. Books, charts. 

Fischers Medizinische Buchhandlung, 
Berlin. P)Ooks. 

Fisher, Th. G., & Co., Cassel. Charts. 

Fock, Gustav, Leipzig. Books. 

Foerster & Borries, Graphische Kunstan- 
stalt. Zwickau, Sachsen. Books. 

Freytag, G., & Berndt, Wien. Maps. 

Frytag, G., Leipzig. Books. 

Gebhardt, Paul Sohne, Berlin. Appa- 
ratus. 

Gebel, B. W., Gr. Lichterfelde-Berlin. 
Books. 

Genetat, Otto, Friedrichshagen- Berlin. 
Apparatus. 

General- Verwaltung der Koeniglichen 
Museen, Berlin. Paintings, fragments 
found among the ruins of Babylon. 

Gerber, August, Kunstanstalt, Coeln 
a/Rhein. Busts and sculptures. 

German Antarctic Expedition. Maps, 
phdtos, natural, products, etc. 

Gesellschaft zur Verbreitung Klassischer 
Kunst, Berlin. Pictures. 

Gesenius, Hermann, Halle a/S. Books. 

Goeschen, F. G., Leipzig. Books. 

Graefe, Lucas & Sillem, Hamburg. Books. 

Greiner, Ephraim, Stuetzerbach Thuerin- 
gen. Apparatus. 

Gressler, F. G. L., Langensalza. Books. 

Grethlein & Co., Leipzig. Books. 

Grote, G., Berlin. Books. 

Gusinde, Alois, Rektor, Berlin. Appa- 
ratus. 

Guttentag, F., Berlin. Books. 

Harries, Dr. C., Berlin. Scientific works. 
(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity.) 

Hauff, Albert, Berlin-Schoenberg. Ap- 
paratus. 

Hausmann & Latwesen, Kassel. Models. 

Heintze & Blanckertz, Berlin. Models. 

Hempel, Dr., Dresden. Scientific works. 
(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity.) 

Herberg, Friederich August, Berlin. 
Books. 

Herrose, R., Wittenberg. Books. 

Hesse, Max, Leipzig. Books. 

Hillger, Hermann, Berlin. Books. 

Hirt, Ferdinand, Breslau and Leipzig. 
Books, pictures, charts, maps. 

Hobbing & Buechle, Stuttgart. Charts. 

Hoezel, Ed., Wien. Charts, maps, pic- 
tures. 

Jacobson. Berlin. Scientific works. 

(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity.) 



Jessen, Dr., Strassburg i. E., Dental Ta- 
ble and books. (Installed in Palace of 
Liberal Arts.) 

Jessen, Dr., Loos, Dr., G. Schlaeger, 
Strassburg i. E., Book. Dental hygiene. 

Kafemann, A. W., Danzig. Books, pic- 
tures. 

Kagerah, F., Hamburg. Models. 

Kern, F. M., Breslau. Books. 

Kesselring, Leipzig. Books. 

Kindt, Fritz, Berlin-Steglitz. Models. 

Klinger, Dr., Koenigsberg i/Pr. Scien- 
tific works. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Knapp, Wilh., Halle a/S. Scientific 
works. ) Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 

Koehler, K. F., Leipzig. Books, maps, 
pictures. 

Koenig, Dr. I., Munster i/W. Scientific 
works. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 

Krantz, Dr. F., Rheinisches-Mineralien- 
contor. Bonn. Models. 

Krause, Dr., Kroethen. Scientific works. 
(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity.) 

Kuehling, Dr. O., Charlottenburg. Scien- 
tific works. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Kuehtmann, Gerhard, Dresden. Books. 

Ladenburg, Dr., Breslau. Scientific 
works. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 

Lamey, Camille, Berlin. Apparatus. 

Landois, Dr. Hermann, Muester i/W. 
Books, preparations. 

Lang, Georg, Leipzig. Maps. 

Lahmann, F. F., Muenchen. Books. 

Langenscheidt, G., Berlin. Books. 

Leineweber, F. O. H., Leipzig. Books. 

Lemcke, A. C, Schultafelfabrik, Cassel. 
Model. 

Leppin & Masche, Berlin. Apparatus. 

Liebig, Fraustadt. Model. 

Lion, R., Hof/Bayern. Books. 

V. Lippmann, Dr. Edm. O., Halle a/S. 
Scientific works. 

Meinhold, C. C. & Soehne, Dresden. 
Charts, pictures, books. 

V. Meyer, Dr. Ernst, Dresden. Scien- 
tific works. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity.) 

Meyer, Carl, Hannover. Books. 

Mittler & Sohn, E. S., Berlin. Books. 

Morgenstern. E., Breslau. Chart. 

Mueller, A. - Froebelhaus, Dresden- Wien. 
Maps. 

Mueller, P. Johs. & Co., Charlottenburg. 
Models. 

Naegele, Erwin, Stuttgart. Pictures, 
books. 

Nemnich, O., Wiesbaden. Books. 

Nernst, Dr. W., Goettingen. Scientific 
works. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity.) 



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Neumann, August, Leipzig. Books. 
Oehmigke, L., Berlin. Books. 
Oldenbourg, Martin, Berlin, Books. 
Ostwald, Dr., Leipzig. Scientific works. 

(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity.) 

Otto, Berthold, Gr. Lichterfelde-Berlin. 
Books. 

Paetel, Hermann, Berlin. Books. 

Perthes, Friedrich Andreas, Gotha. Pic- 
tures. 

Perthes, Justus, Gotha. Maps. 

Petersilie, Dr., Berlin. Charts (Statis- 
tics.). 

Pichler A. Witwe & Sohn, Wien, Books. 

Pinner, Dr., Berlin, Scientific works. 
(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity.) 

Pippow Gebrueder, Hermuesdorf/Mark. 
Models. 

Plessmann, Wilhelm, Muenchen. Charts. 

Pommerening, Lina, Berlin. Portraits. 

Preuss & Juenger, Breslau. Books. 

Pribatsch, Breslau. Books. 

Renger, Leipzig. Books, maps. 

Rimbach, Dr., Bonn. Scientific works. 
(Installed German section Palace of 
Electricity). 

Rosenthal, Jacques, Antiquary, Muenchen. 
Scientific works. (Installed German 
section Palace of Electricity). 

Rossberg, Leipzig. Books. 

Roth, Emil, Giessen. Books, maps. 

Schahl, Paul. Berlin. Publications. 

Scheffer, Dr. Theodor, Leipzig. Books. 

Schlossbauverwaltung Koenigliche, Hom- 
biirg vor der Hoehe. Old Roman cas- 
tle "Saalburg." Drawings, models, 
books. 

Schnetter, Moritz, Berlin. Books. 

Schoetz, Richard, Berlin. Books. 

Schotte, Ernst, & Co., Berlin. Models. 

Schreiber, F. F., Esslingen, near Stutt- 
gart und ^Muenchen. Books, charts, 
pictures. 

"Schulhaus"-Verlag, Berlin. Tempelhof, 
books. 

Seemann, E. A., Leipzig. Pictures. 

Seibert, W. & H., Berlin. Microscopes. 

Siegismund, Karl, Berlin. Books. 

Sieke, K., Rendsburg. Books. 

Siemenroth, Franz, Berlin. Books. 

Spamer, Otto, Leipzig. Books. 

Springer, Julius, Berlin. Books. 

Stalling, Gerhard, Oldenburg i/Gr. 
Books. 



Stankiewicz, P., Printing Co., Berlin. 

Drawing. 
Staude, Elwin, Berlin. Books. 
Strassburger Druckerei und Verlagsan- 

stalt, vorm R. Schultz & Co., Strass- 
burg i/E. Books. 

Strauch, Eduard, Leipzig. Books. 

Teubner, B. G., Leipzig. Books, pictures. 

Thienemann, E. F., Gotha. Books. 

Unterrichts-Ministerium, Berlin. Work 
concerning German Education, col- 
lected by Prof. Dr. Lexis, entitled 
"Das Deutsche Unterrichtswesen;" 
pictures: the ruins of Baalbeck, maps. 

Vahlen, Franz, Berlin. Books. 

V. Vangerow, L., Bremerhaven. Books. 

Velhagen & Klasing, Bielefeld. Books, 
maps. 

Vieweg, Friedrich, & Sohn, Braun- 
schweig. Books. 

Voigtlaender, R., Leipzig. Books, pic- 
tures. 

Voss, Leopold, Hamburg. Books. 

Voss, Leopold. Scientific works. (In- 
stalled German section Palace of Elec- 
tricity). 

Wachsmuth, F. E., Leipzig. Pictures, 
charts. 

Wagner, Guenther, Hanover. Colors, 
inks, paint-boxes. 

Wagner, H., & E. Debes, Leipzig. Maps. 

Wallach, Dr. O., Goettingen. Scientific 
works. (Installed German section Pal- 
ace of Electricity). 

Weber, I. I., Leipzig. Books. 

Wedekind, Dr. Edgar, Tuebingen. Scien- 
tific works. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity). 

Weidmann, Berlin. Books. 

Westermann, George, Braunschweig. 
Books, maps. 

Wiegandt & Grieben, Berlin. Books. 

Winckelmann, G., Berlin. Models. 

Winkelmann & Soehne, Berlin. Books, 
pictures, maps. 

Wislicenus, Dr. Hans, Tharandt i/S. Sci- 
entific works. (Installed German sec- 
tion Palace of Electricity.) 

Wolffenstein, Dr., Charlottenburg. Scien- 
tific works. (Installed German section 
Palace of Electricity). 

Wollermann, Hellmuth, Braunschweig. 
Books, maps. 

Woywod, Max, Breslau. Books. 

Wunderlich, Ernst, Leipzig. Books. 



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GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND, 

LOCATION: BLOCK 12. AISLE E. 



GROUP I. 

National Union of Teachers of England 

and Wales, London. Reports and 
prospectuses of union and examina- 
tion board. 

Roman Catholic School Committee, Lon- 
don. Map and reports. 

St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Training 
College and Practising School, Dublin. 
Views of buildings and prospectuses. 

Salford Education Committee. Statistics, 
time tables, students' work, examina- 
tion papers. 

Aberdeen School Board. Plans and pho- 
tographs of buildings, statistics and 
curricula. 

Arethusa Training Ship and Homes, 
London. Views of ships and buildings 
and prospectus. 

Birmingham Education Committee. Pho- 
tographs and plans of buildings of two- 
department and three-department ele- 
mentary schools. 

British and Foreign School Society, Lon- 
don. Views, diagrams and particulars 
of society's work in elementary schools 
and training colleges for teachers. 

Burslem Education Committee. Speci- 
mens of art work in primary schools. 

Christian Brothers (North Monastery 
Schools), Cork, Ireland. Photographs 
of buildings, classes at work, nature 
study museums. 

Church of Ireland Training College and 
Practising Schools, Dublin. Reports 
and photographs of buildings. 

Duke of York's Royal Military School, 
Chelsea, London, S. W. Photographs 
of buildings and school games, prospec- 
tus, time tables. 

Edinburgh United Free Church Training 
College, Edinburgh. Prospectuses 
and report. 

Glasgow School Board. Photographs of 
typical Scottish primary schools, draw- 
ings, pupils' work, reports and pros- 
pectuses. 

Hamilton Beckford Street School, Lan- 
arkshire. Curriculum and time table, 
photographs of school work, classes 
and physical exercises. 

Haworth Education Committee, Keigh- 
ley, Yorkshire. Photographs, school 
work, brush work. 

Holy wood Sullivan Schools, Co. Down, 
Ireland. Photographs of buildings and 
prospectuses. 



Jews Free School, Spitalfields, London, 

Photographs of school work, time 
tables, reports, and pictures of cadet 
corps. 

Leeds Education Committee. Photo- 
graphs of schools, swimming classes, 
drawing, sewing classes. 

Liverpool Education Committee. Plans 
and photographs of schools, nature 
study classes, holiday tours, peripatetic 
science teaching. 

London, School Board for. Syllabuses, 
time tables, specimens of work, pho- 
tographs, specimens of wood work, 
metal work. 

Marine Society Training Ship "War- 
spite", off Greenhithe, Kent. Photo- 
graphs of ship and boys at exercise, 
reports. 

GROUP 2. 

Aberdeen Grammar School. Photographs 

and plai>s of buildings, physical regis- 
ters, nature study, prospectuses. 

Aberdeen School Board. (Higher grade 
schools.) Prospectus, views and plans. 

Ambleside House of Education. Photo- 
graphs of college, nature lore papers, 
geography walks, reports. 

Bedford Grammar School. Photographs 
of laboratories and workshops. 

Charterhouse, Godalming, Surrey. Pho- 
tographs of school life and buildings. 

Christ's Hospital, West Horsham, Sus- 
sex. Photographs of buildings, time 
tables, note books. 

Cork Christian Brothers' College, Cork. 
Photographs of school and class rooms. 

Dalziel High School, Lanarkshire. Pho- 
tographs of classes at work in science 
school, physical drill, prospectuses. 

Dublin Alexandra High School for Girls, 
Dublin. Views of buildings, prospec- 
tuses and school literature. 

Dulwich College, London. Photographs 
and diagrams, examinatidu papers and 
reports. 

Edinburgh Academy. Photographs of 
buildings, ])upils' classes at work. 

Edinburgh Merchant Company's Schools. 
Photographs of schools, prospectuses 
and reports. 

Eton College, Windsor. Photographs 
and engravings of buildings, games and 
school life, school work, examiii;Ui'>n 
papers, prospectuses. 

Fettes College, Edinburgh. Photo- 
graphs of buildings, time tables, pros- 



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pectus, examination papers, register of 
physical measurements, specimens of 
work. 

George Heriot's School, Edinburgh. 
Work in physics and chemistry, draw- 
ings, 43liotographs, prospectus. 

Girls' Public Day Schools Company, Lon- 
don. Prospectuses and photographs 
of schools, note books, drawing, na- 
ture stud}'. 

Haileybury College., Photographs of 
buildings^ school life and games, pros- 
pectuses. 

Hamilton Academy, Lanarkshire. Pho- 
tographs of classes at work, prospec- 
tuses. 

Harrow School. Time tables, pros- 
pectuses, historj' of Harrow. 

Lanarkshire County Council. Maps 
showing educational organizations of a 
Scotch county, density of population, 
and industries, scheme of technical edu- 
cation. 

Leeds Education Committee's Higher 
Grade Schools. Photographs of 
schools, sjdlabuses, pupils' work. 

Llandrindod, Wells County School, 
Radnorshire. Views of school and 
classes, specimens of work, time tables, 
note books, chemical experiments. 

London Higher Grade Boys' and Girls' 
Schools. Syllabuses, schemes of work, 
specimens and photographs. 

Marlborough College. Photographs of 
buildings, school life and games, time 
tables, school histories. 

Parmiter's School, London. Portfolio 
of students' work in drawing, original 
designs in pencil. 

Petersfield Bedales School, Pupils' work, 
nature study, physical and social train- 
ing. 

Ripon Grammar School. Photographs of 
buildings, laboratories and games, time 
tables, prospectuses, chemistry and 
physics exercises. 

Royal Naval College, Greenwich. Regu- 
lations. 

Rugby School. Photographs of school, 
games, drawings, statistics, etc. 

St. Paul's School, London. Photographs 
of school and of athletics, diagram of 
organization, 

Sandhurst Military College. Regula- 
tions. 

Stonyhurst College, Blackburn, Lan- 
cashire. Prospectuses and school his- 
tories. 

Stornoway, Nicolson Institute, Lewis, 

Scotland. Album showing organiza- 
tion, curriculum, photographs, time- 
tables and pupils' exercises in Gallic. 
Winchester College. Photographs of 
college buildings and games, examina- 
tion papers and histories. 



Woolwich Military Academy, Regula- 
tions. 
H. M. S. "Worcester" Nautical Training 

College, ofif Greenhithe, Kent. Pho- 
tographs of life on board, text books, 
reports and prospectuses. 
Wycombe Abbey School, Buckingham- 
shire. Views of school, time table, art 
studies, text books. 

GROUP 3. 

Belfast Municipal Technical Institute. 

Photographs and plans of buildings, 
art designs, electrical engineering, 
statistical diagrams, prospectuses, time 
tables, painters' and bakers' classes. 

Carnegie Trust for the Universities of 
Scotland, Edinburgh. Reports. 

Coatbridge Technical School, Lanark- 
shire. Photographs of buildings, 
courses in mining, plumbing, etc. 

Dublin Alexandra College. Photographs 
of buildings and games, reports, pros- 
pectuses, syllabuses, calendar. 

Dublin Museum. Guides, publications. 

Dublin Royal College of Science. Pho- 
tographs applied to analysis of metals 
and minerals, lantern slides, calendar. 

Dundee University College. Photographs 
of buildings, calendar. 

Girton College, Cambridge. Photographs, 
courses of study, statistics, report. 

Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical 
College. Photographs and plans of 
buildings, students' engineering de- 
signs, calendar, report. 

Halifax Technical School. Statistical 
diagrams, courses of evening school 
instruction, students' work. 

London. A collective exhibit from the 
following collaborators: Battersea 
Polytechnic, Birkbeck Institute, 
Borough-Road Polytechnic, City of 
London College, East London Techni- 
cal College, Goldsmiths' Institute, 
Northampton Institute, Northern Poly- 
technic, Regent Street Polytechnic, Sir 
John Cass's Institute, South Western 
Polytechnic and Woolwich Polytech- 
nic. 

London, The Craft School, Bethnal 
Green. Photographs of school and 
works, students' work, modelled orna- 
ment, reports, metal work and carved 
wood, handwork. 

London, Great Ormond Street Working 
Men's College. Photographs, calendar, 
prospectuses. 

London St. Bride Foundation Institute. 
Statistical chart, views of building, 
students' work in printing and lithog- 
raphy, reports, prospectuses. 

Manchester Municipal School of Tech- 
nology. Photographs of buildings and 
laboratories, reports, prospectuses. 



GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. 



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Newnham College, Cambridge. Photo- 
graphs of college, diagrams of statis- 
tics, reports. 

Oxford Association for the Education of 
Women (Lady Margaret Hall, Somer- 
ville College, St. Hugh's Hall, St. 
Hilda's Hall). Photographs, calendar, 
reports, prospectuses. 

Queen's College, Galway. Photographs 
of buildings, calendar, report. 

Queen's College, Belfast. Calendar, regu- 
lations. 

Royal University of Ireland, Dublin. 
Photographs of buildings, calendar. 

Salford Royal Technical Institute. Pho- 
tographs of buildings and laboratories, 
students' work in weaving, bleaching, 
d3'eing and printing. 

Sheffield University College. Photo- 
graphs, plans, map, calendar, publica- 
tions, and syllabuses; cases of tools 
used in iron workshops; views of met- 
allurgical department and mining- 
courses. 

University of Oxford. Photographs of 
buildings, report of universit}- institu- 
tions, examination papers, and calen- 
dars, gazettes, handbooks. 

University of Cambridge. Photographs 
of buildings, books and pamphlets re- 
lating to the university, handtjooks, 
history, maps and diagrams of agri- 
cultural department. 

University of St. Andrews. Medals for 
archery, photographs of buildings, his- 
tories, calendar. 

University of Glasgow. Photographs of 
buildings, histories. Macdonald's cata- 
logue of Greek coins and Roman 
stones, calendars. 

University of Aberdeen. Photographs of 
buildings, histories, calendars, reports 
of Agricultural Department. 

University of Edinburgh. Photographs 
of buildings, calendar, histories. 

University of Dublin, Trinity College. 
Photographs of buildings, calendar, 
histories. 

University of Durham. Photographs of 
buildings and of the Almucantar, cal- 
endars, history, diagrams of agricul- 
tural experiments. 

University of London. Photographs of 
buildings, calendars, charts, histories, 
reports. 

University of Wales, Cardiff. Calendars, 
courses of study, prospectuses, reports. 

University of Birmingham. Calendars, 
reports. 

University of Liverpool. Photographs of 
buildings, calendars. 

Victoria University of Manchester. 
Statistical charts and photographs of 
college, histories, publications. 



Yorkshire College, Leeds (now The Uni- 
versity of Leeds). Photographs and 
I plans of college, calendar, reports of 
i agricultural department, leather indus- 

! tries, publications. 

! 

GROUP 4. 

Arbroath High School, Forfarshire. 

Art and nature study instruction shown 
by examples and time tables. 

British Government, Board of Education, 
South Kensington, London. Works 
1 of art for the purpose of study and 
I instruction; metal and plaster repro- 
ductions for teaching purposes. s¥- 
I lected students' works as circulated 
by the board to art schools and classes; 
work done by students for the annual 
national competition; portfolio of exer- 
cises worked under a time test. 

Belfast Municipal School of Art. Pho- 
tographs of students' art designs. 

Crawford Municipal Technical Institute, 
Cork. Examples of students' designs 
in lace and crochet, photographs of 
classes at work. 

Dublin Metropolitan School of Art. 
Examples of students' work in Irish 
lace, prospectus. 

Glasgow School of Art. Art works by 
students in colors, chalks, pen and ink: 
metal work, carpet weaving, em- 
broidery, book binding, jewelry, 
enamel, photographs of buildings. 

London, School Board for. Art designs. 
by students in primary and evening 
schools. 

Royal College of Music. South Kensing- 
ton, London. Reports, prospectus. 

Royal Military School of Music. Knel- 
ler Hall, Middlesex. Photographs of 
buildings, time table, course of study. 

Royal College of Art, South Kensington, 
L<Tndon. Students' works in archi- 
tecture, painting and mural decora- 
tions, design, etching and modelling 
from life. 

GROUP 5. 

Essex County Council (Biological Sec- 
tion including the Horticultural Col- 
lege). Maps, horticulture course, pub- 
lications. 

University of Cambridge, Agricultural 
Department of. Maps and diagrams of 
experiments, reports. 

University of Aberdeen, Agricultural De- 
partment of. Photographs of demon- 
stration plots and classes, reports. 

University of Durham, Agricultural De- 
partment of. Diagrams and" photo- 
graphs of experiments, maps, calendars 
and papers. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



University of Wales, Agricultural De- 
partment of. Reports and schemes of 
education. 

West of Scotland Agricultural College. 
Diagrams, maps, charts and photo- 
graphs of experiments. 

Wye South Eastern Agricultural Col- 
lege. Prospectus, report, journal. 

Yorkshire College, Leeds. Reports on 
grains, milk, etc. 

GROUP 6. 

Belfast Municipal Technical Institute. 

(Trade Preparatory Classes.) State- 

^ ment, report. 

Birmingham, University of. Pamphlet; 

Camborne Mining School. Photographs 
of tin and copper mining, collection of 
minerals from King Edward Aline. 

Coatbridge Mining College, Lanarkshire. 
Course of instruction, map. 

Glasgow Weaving, Dyeing and Printing 
College. Examples of work, books of 
home exercises, reports. 

Leith Nautical College. Photographs of 
college, classes, designs of yacht, ma- 
rine engines, specimens of class work, 
prospectuses. 

London Chamber of Commerce, Oxford 
Court, London, E. C. Reports, exam- 
ination papers. 

London School of Economics and Politi- 
cal Science. Photographs, calendar, 
publications. 

Northamptonshire County Council, 
(Shoemaking Classes). Photographs 
of classes, syllabus, students' designs. 

Wigan Mining and Technical College. 
Photographs of college and machinery, 
handbook. 

GROUP 7. 

British and Foreign Association for the 

Blind. T^ondon. Teaching of classes 
and apparatus. 



Bristol Education Committee. Photo- 
graphs and particulars of special 
schools for mental and physical de- 
fectives. 

Deaf and Dumb, Association for Oral In- 
struction of The, London. Work of 
students, publications. 

Gardner Trust for the Blind, London. 

Map, Braille writer, publications. 

Leeds Education Committee. Photo- 
graphs of blind and deaf mute classes. 

Liverpool Education Committee. Photo- 
graphs of schools for physical and 
mental defectives. 

London, School Board for. Photographs 

of schools for all defectives. 

Royal Normal College for the Blind, 

London. Photographs, reports. 



GROUP 8. 

British Government, Educational Publi- 
cations of. Volumes of Acts, pamphlets, 
parliamentary papers dealing with Eng- 
land and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. 
Prepared by Board of Education for 
England and Wales. The Scotch Edu- 
cation Department. The Coinmission- 
ers of National Education of Ireland. 
The Department of Agriculture and 
Technical Instruction for Ireland and 
the Intermediate Education Board for 
Ireland. 

Gilchrist Educational Trust, London. 

Papers and pamphlets. 

University of Oxford. Extension work, 

calendar. 

University of Cambridge, Extension 

work, map, publications. 

University of St. Andrews, Summer Ses- 
sion. Calendar. 

University of London, Extension work. 

Charts, reports and syllabuses. 



HUNGARY. 



LOCATION: BLOCK 4. 



GROUP 3. 

Arkovy, Jozsef, Dr., Budapest, Collect- 
ive exhibit of dental charts. 



ITALY. 



Ill 



ITALY. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 12. AISLE E. 



GROUP 2. 

De Franciscis Plinio, Roma. Books for 

teaching English to Italians. 

GROUP 3. 

Department of the Public Instruction, 

Antiquities and Fine Arts Section, 

Roma. Publications and illustrations. 
Royal Naval School, Genova. Drawings 

and plans of steamers. 
Tassi Flaminio, Siena. Bulletin of the 

Botanical Garden. 

GROUP 4. 

Balladori Angelo. Lodi. Musical Theory 
and music. 

Camiolo Arcangelo. Niscemi (Caltanis- 
etta). Music. 

Dacci Giusto. Parma. Several books 
for the teaching of music, 

Fariello Filippo. Foggia. Album of 
drawings. 

Palazzi Romeo. Roma. Decoration draw- 
ings. 

GROUP 6. 

Central Neapolitan Society for working- 
men. Napoli. Pupils" works. 

Drawing School "Pietro Selvatico". Pa- 
dova. Pupils" works, photographs. 

Drawing School for Glass Works. Mu- 
rano. Pupils" works. 

Drawing School. Seveso S. Pietro, 
Drawings. 

Drawing School for Trades. Conegliano. 
Pupils" works. 

Drawing School of the "Accademia Olim- 
pica"". \ icenza. Drawings and photo- 
graphs. 

Evening and Sunday School for Trades. 
Arezzo. Objects in wood, iron, stone, 
drawings. 

Evening School of Drawing for Trades. 
Bitonto (Bari). Pupils' works, photo- 
graphs, drawings. 

Evening School of Drawing for Working- 
men. Carrara. Drawings. 

Evening School of Drawing for Trades. 
Portici (Napoli). Pupils" works, photo- 
graphs, etc. 

Evening Schools. Torino. Works, re- 
ports, statistics. 

Industrial School. S. Giovanni a Teduc- 
cio (Napoli). Drawings, samples, 
Monograph, reports. 

Industrial School, "A. Rossi", "Vicenza, 
.■\ motor. 



Industrial Italian Museum, Torino. Pho- 
tographs and plans of the R. ]\Iuseum, 
Galileo Ferraris' bust, publications, 
etc. 

Institute "Ala Ponzone" for Ornamental 
Arts, Cremona. School work, draw- 
ings, plaster works, wood, marble and 
iron works. 

Institute Aldini-'Valeriani for Trades, Bo- 
logna. Album of photographs, draw- 
ings and publications. 

Museum Artistico-Industriale, Napoli. 
Works from the manufactories of the 
museum. 

Museum Artistico-Industriale, Roma. 
Works, drawings and photographs of 
the school. 

Mutual Help Society Among Working- 
men and Farmers. Barlassina (Mila- 
no). Drawings and works. 

Popular School for Men and Women. 
Milano. Drawings. 

Professional School for Women, Aquila. 
Works, album of samples. 

Professional School, Biella. Album of 
works. 

Professional School, Colle "Val d'Elsa. 
Album of photographs, works, draw- 
ings. 

Professional School, Fabriano (Ancona). 
Drawings, terra-cotta, wood and iron 
works. 

Professional School, Foggia, Works 
from the factories of the school. 

Professional School "Lorenzo Cobian- 
chi"', (Novara). Photographs, draw- 
ings, publications. 

Professional School for Women, Padova. 
Works, drawings. 

Professional School for Trades, Savona. 
Album of drawings. 

Royal Department of Agriculture, Indus- 
try and Commerce, Inspectorat General 
of Industry and Commerce, Roma. Re- 
port on the commercial industrial and 
artist ical- industrial schools. 

School of Art for Trades, Cantu. Works. 

School of Art for Trades, Fano. Pupils' 
work. 

School of Art for Trades, Fossombrone. 
Drawings and photographs. 

School of Art for Trades, Luzzara. Pho- 
tographs and pupils' work. 

School of Art for Trades, Macerata. Pu- 
pils' work. 

School of Art for Trades. Maglie 
(Lecce). Pupils' work. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



School of Art for Trades, Reggio Cala- 
bria. Drawings, photographs, works. 

School of Art for Trades, Siracusa. 
Drawings and samples. 

School of Art for Carving, etc., Sorrento 
(Napoli). Works, photographs, re- 
ports, by-laws. 

School of Art for Trades, Varese. Draw- 
ings. 

School of Art for Trades, Volterra. Pu- 
pils' work. 

School for Trades, Alessandria. Draw- 
ings, photographs, models. 

School for Trades, Catania. Drawings, 
sculptures, report. 

School for Trade, Como. Works and 
drawings. 

School for Trade, "Alberghetti", Imola. 
Iron works, drawings, photographs, 
etc. 

School for Trades, Leghorn. Drawings, 
programs, statistics. 

School for Trades, Messina. Drawings, 
plasters, carvings. 

School for Trades, Potenza. Works and 
drawings. 

School for Trades, Rimini. Drawings, 
plasters, carvings. 

School for Trades, "Tito Sarrocchi," 
Siena. Drawings, etc. 

School for Trades, Spezia. Pupils' work. 

School for Carving of Coral, Torre del 
Greco (Napoli). Pupils' works. 

School of Science for Trades, Aversa. 
Book shelf in wood, iron and bronze. 

Superior School of Art for Trades, Paler- 
mo. Drawings, photographs. 

Superior School of Commerce, Bari. 
Plans, photographs, publications and 
drawings. 

Superior School of Commerce, Venezia. 
Monograph of the school, regulations, 
publications. 

Superior School of Art for Trades, Mi- 
lano. Documents. 



School for Commerce, Torino. Book- 
keeping and arithmetics. 

School of Arts for Decorations and In- 
dustries, Firenze. School work and 
result of the course for teachers. 

School for Weaving and Dyeing, Arpino. 
Samples. 

School of Arts for Trades, Venezia. 

Superior School for the Commercial 
Schools, Genova. Publications. 

School for Commerce for Females, 
Roma. Publications and work. 

School for Women, Work Attached to 
the Normal School of, Pisa. Work. 

School of Weaving and Dyeing, Prato 
(Toscana). Samples and drawings. 

Society "Umberto," Meda. Drawings. 

Sperimental Station for the Industry of 
Tanning, Napoli. Various skins tanned 
and dyed. 

Technical and Literary School for Fe- 
males, Milano. Drawings, regulations, 
photographs. 

Technical Schools for Working-Men, 
"San Carlo," Torino. Pupils' work, re- 
ports. 

GROUP 8. 

Bevacqua, Salvatore, Reggio Calabria. 
Drawing course. 

Canella, Aurelio, Caltanisetta. Mono- 
graph concerning bookkeeping. 

Colombini, Giovanni, Firenze. Pedagogi- 
cal works. 

Grande, Niccola, Roccamandolfi (Campo- 
basso). Plaster relief of Italy. 

Modigliani, Olga, Rome. Placques. 

Roggero, L., Torino. Drawings. 

Tirotti, Medardo, Piacenza. Table for 
drawing for engineers. 

Torelli, Enea, Varese. A new system for 
practical teaching of "engineering, 
drawings for schools of working-men. 



JAPAN. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 12. AISLE G. 



GROUP I. 

Department of Education, Tokio. Dia- 
grams, statistical tables, photographs, 
publications. 

Elementary School (attached to higher 

normal school). Pupils' work. 
Elementary School (attached to the 
higher n<irmal school for females), 
Tokio. Pupils' work, plan of sewing 
instructions, and scientific specimens 
collected by children. 



First Higher School in Tokio.. Photo- 
graphs. 
Girls' Normal School, The, Tokio-fu. 

Work in history, geography, drawing 
and composition. 

Kindergarten (attached to higher normal 
scliool). Games, songs, children's work. 

Normal School of Tokio-fu. Examina- 
tion papers, drawing, penmanship. 

Tokio Higher Normal School. Objects 
illustrating the teaching of Manual 
training in elementary schools. 



JAPAN— MEXICO. 



113 



GROUP 2. 

Department of Education, Tokio. Sta- 
tistics, photographs, etc. 

Higher School for Girls (attached to the 
higher normal school), Tokio. Curric- 
ulum, model lessons, pupils' work. 

Higher Normal School for Females, 
Tokio. Calender, Syllabus, courses of 
instruction, charts, instruments, pupils' 
work. 

Higher School for Girls, Kioto. Pupils' 
work in garment making and other m- 
dustrial work. 

Higher School for Girls, The Second, 
Tokio. Drawing, pupils' work. 

Middle School (attached to Tokio Higher 
Normal School), Tokio. Exercises, 
maps, note books, drawings. 

Middle Schools of Osaka-fu. Photo- 
graphs of classes at work, swimming- 
classes, military drill, etc. 

GROUP 3. 

Department of Education, Tokio. Pho- 
tographs of Imperial University of 
Tokio and various schools, imperial 
library, imperial museum, library of 
Osaka-fu. 

Higher Technical School of Tokio. Stu- 
dents' work; photographs, mechanical 
drawings. 

Imperial University of Tokio. Scientific 
apparatus; Journals of colleges of sci- 
ence and medicine, scientific reports of 
the College of Agriculture; specimen 
of relics in the stone age of Japan and 
a chart showing the distribution of 
them, calendar, and models of horse. 

GROUP 4. 

Department of Education, Tokio. Pho- 
tographs, statistical tables of gov't, 
art and music schools, students' work. 

School of Fine Arts, Tokio. Students' 

and teachers' works. 

GROUP 5. 

Department of Education, Tokio. Statis- 
tics of Higher Agriculture school. 



Sappolo Higher Agricultural School. 

Journals of school, photographs and 
publications. 

GROUP 6. 

Arita Technical School of Saga-Ken. De- 
signs and pupils' work. 

Department of Education, Tokio. Pho- 
tographs of industrial schools, pupils' 
work, etc. 

Dyeing and Weaving School of Kioto. 
Pupils' work in silk and cotton, dyeing 
and weaving, and utensils. 

Fine Art and Industrial School, Kioto. 
Drawings and designs. 

Girls' Industrial School of Tokio. Sew- 
ing, knitting, artificial flower-making, 
embroidering, drawing and painting. 

Higher Commercial School in Tokio. 
Photographs. 

Industrial Art School. Specimens of 
pupils' work in casting bronze and 
other metals. 

Industrial and Art School of Kagawa- 
Ken. Engravings on wood and metal. 

Lacquer Work Apprentices, School of 
Aidzu. Fukushima-Ken. Specimens of 
pupils' work, designs. 

Lacquer Work School, established by 
the Lacquer Men's LInion of Shidzu- 
oka. Tablet showing the two processes . 
of manufacturing lacquer work and 
embossed gold wares and pupils' work. 

Nagoya Commercial School. Nagoya. 
Photographs, statistics, pupils' work. 

Technical School of Ishikawaken. Pu- 
pils' work in porcelain and designing. 

GROUP 7. 

Tokio Blind and Dumb School, Tokio. 

Typewriters for blind, books in point 
letters, drawings, musical instrument 
fkoto), pins for accincture. and photo- 
graphs. 

GROUP 8. 

Earthquake Investigation Committee, 
Tokio. Reports, maps, instruments. 

Imperial Education Society, Tokio. Sta- 
tistics of TnstJttition and library. 

Meteorological Observatory of Tokio. 
Publications. 



MEXICO. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 12. AISLE G. 



GROUP I. 

Academia de Ninas, Morelia, Mich. 

Needle-work. 
Colegio Salesiano, Santa Julia, D. F. 

Photographs. 



Escuela de Parvulos, anexa a la Normal 

de Profesoras, Mlexico, D. F. Needle- 
work. 
Escuela Primaria, anexa a la Normal 

de Profesoras, Mexico, D. F. Needle- 
work. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



Liceo de Ninas de Jalisco, Guadalajara, 

Jal. School works. 

GROUP 2. 

Asilo de Regeneracion e Infancia, Mex- 
ico, D. F. Needle-work and embroid- 
eries. 

Colegio del Estado de Puebla. Publica- 
tions, designs and scientific works. 

Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus, 
Puebla, Pue. Needle-work and em- 
broideries. 

Colegio de San Alfonso, Puebla, Pue. 
Needle-work. 

Direccion General de Instruccion Pri- 
maria de Tamaulipas, C. Victoria, 
Tarn. Regulations, photo,S;raphs of the 
schools, etc. 

Escuela Correccional para Mujeres, Tolu- 
ca, Mex. Needle-work and embroid- 
eries. 

Gobiemo de Michoacan, Morelia, Mich. 
Text books. 

Tnstituto Cientifico y Literario, Tlax- 
cala, Tlax. School works. 

GROUP 3. 

Colegio Militar, Chapultepec, D. F. Leg- 
islation, organization, plans, photo- 
graphs, catalosfues. Installed in Mexi- 
can Section, Palace of Transportation 

Escuela Nacional de Medicina, Mexico, 
D. F. Thesis of the pupils. 

Escuela Naval Militar, Veracruz. Ver. 
Legislation, organization, plans and 
photographs. Installed in the Mexi- 
can Section, Palace of Transportation. 

Escuela Normal para Profesoras, Mex- 
ico, D. F. Assayes. school works. 

Escuela Normal para Profesoras, y sus 
.\nexas. Zacatecas. School works 

Escuela Profesional para Senoritas, To- 
Inca, Mex. School works. 

Gobiemo del Estado de Mexico, Toluca, 
Rules, reofulations, photographs, etc. 

Gobiemo del Estado de San Luis Potosi. 
Rules, re.srulations and reports of the 
schools, photographs. 

GROUP 6. 

Colegio Salesiano, Santa Julia, Mexico, 

D. F. Samples of book binding. 
Escuela de Artes y Oficios del Espiritu 

Santo, Guadalajara, Jal. Photographs 

on carved wood frame. 
Escuela de Artes y Oficios, Puebla, Pue. 

School works.^ 
Escuela de Artes y Oficios, Toluca, Mex. 

School works. 
Escuela Industrial Militar. "Porfirio 

Diaz," Morelia, Mich. School works. 
Escuela Industrial Militar, San Luis Po- 
tosi. Rules, regulations, statistical 



and photographs of the school, school 
works. 

GROUP 7. 

Escuela Nacional de Ciegos, Mexico, D. 

F. School works. 

GROUP 8. 

Angeles, Mayor Felipe, Mexico, D. F. 

Scientifical books. 
Cabello y Siller, Jesus, Saltillo, Coah. 

Gipson for schools. 
Carcel Central del Estado, Toluca, Mex. 

School furniture. 
Casarrubias Ibarra, Luis, Puebla, Pue. 

Studies in regard to the elementary 

education. 
Colegio Militar, Chapultepec, D. F. Text 

books. 
Comision Geografica Exploradora, Xala- 

pa, Ver. Geographical works, pho- 
tography and natural history. 
Comision Hidrografica, Mexico, D. F. 

Scientific works and studies. 
Cueva, Mariano de la, Puebla. Writing 

method. 
Enriquez, Tomas, Mexico, D. F. Text 

books. 
Escuela de Artes y Oficios del Espiritu 

Santo, Guadalajara, Jal. School books. 
Escuela Naval Militar, Veracruz. Ver. 

Text books. Installed in ATexican 

Section, Palace of Transportation. 
Gutierrez, Juan B„ Apam, Hidalgo. In- 
structive apparatus. 
Instituto Medico Nacional, Mexico, D. 

F. Scientific works. 
Martinez, Capitan Feliciano, Mexico, D. 

F. Text books. 
Maumejean Luis E., Mexico, D. F. 

Mecano.srraphic method. 
Montano Paz., Puebla. Spanish-English 

Ollendorff. 
Observatorio, Astronomico Nacional, 

Tacubaya, D. F. Scientific works. 
Observatorio Meteorologico Central. 

Mexico, D. F. Scientific works. 
Observatorio Meteorologico del Semi- 

nario Conciliar, Morelia, Michoacan. 

Scientific works. 
Olmedo, Daniel, Mexico, D. F. Text 

books. 
Palafox, Bernardo Z., Mexico, D. F. 

Text books. 
Palma y Campos, Leopoldo, Puebla. 

Geography. 
Paz, Teniente Coronel Eduardo, Mexico, 

D. F. Text books. 
Perez, General Jose Maria, Mexico, D. 

F. Text books. 
Prado, Eduardo de, Mexico, D. F. Text 

books. 
Reyes, Jose Ascension, Puebla. Reading 

method. 



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115 



Ruelas, Capitan Miguel, Mexico, D. F. 

Text books. 

Sanchez, Juan B. M., Puebla. School 
songs. 

Secretaria de Fomento, Mexico, D. F. 
Educational books. 

Sociedad Cientifica Antonio Alzate, Mex- 
ico, D. F. Report and reviews. 



Tellez, Enrique E., Puebla. Military 

exercises at the schools. 
Torijano Delfino, Puebla. Reading 

method. 
Vergara, Vicente Fabian, Mexico, D. F. 

Text books. 



MONACO. 



LOCATION: BLOCK i, AISLE i. 



GROUP 3. 

Albert I, Prince of Monaco. Publications 

and charts on Oceanography published 
for Oceanographical Museum. 



GROUP 6. 

Albert I, Prince of Monaco. Historical 

documents published for the archives 
of the palace of Monaco. 



PORTO RICO. 



LOCATION: BLOCK 12. AISLE E. 



GROUP I. 

Exhibition work of Districts from I to 

XVIII, showing work of all branches 
in all grades. 

GROUP 2. 

Exhibition work of all branches and all 

grades in Districts from I to XVIII. 

Mayaguez Industrial School Exhibit. 



Pupils' work in wood, fancy baskets, 
photographs, written work. 
San Juan Industrial School Exhibit. Pu- 
pils' work in wood and leather, drawn 
work and embroidery of San Juan and 
Mayaguez Industrial School. 

GROUP 3. 

Albums with botanical exhibit, collected 
and classified by J. Tederico Legrand. 



PORTUGAL. 



LOCATION: BLOCK 4. AISLE 5. 



GROUP 6 

Verhon (Henrique), Lisbon. Method of 
bookkeeping. 



GROUP 7. 

Branco Rodrigues. Publications and 

methods for the blind. 
Mascaro (Dr. A.), Lisbon. Publications 

for the blind. 



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DEPARTMENT A— EDUCATION. 



SIAM. 



LOCATION: PAVILION OF SIAM. 



GROUP I. 



GROUP 8. 



Department of Education. Educational Department of Education. Set of free- 
exhibit, hand copies, set of text-books used in 
Ratburi Committee. Chalk for pencils. [ Siamese schools. 

SPAIN. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 7. AISLE 2. 

GROUP 3. 
Lanzas, Pedro Torres, Seville. Maps 

and charts of different parts of America 
extracted from old documents which 
exist in the archives of Seville. 

SWEDEN. 

LOCATION: BLOCK 4. AISLES 4 AND 5. 



GROUP I. 

Folkskolor, Common Schools. A collec- 
tive exhibit by Dr. C. G. Bergman, in- 
spector of the common schools of 
Stockholm. 

School furniture, apparatus and appli- 
ances for instruction, pupils' work, 
photographs (of exteriors and in- 
teriors), reports and other publications, 
statistical charts, etc., illustrating: 

legislation, organization, school build- 
ings, the instruction in ordinary sub- 
jects (ordinary schoolroom), the in- 
struction in drawing, the educational 

sloyd for boys (cardboard, carpentry and 
metal sloyd), the educational sloyd for 
girls, the instruction in domestic econ- 
omy (school-kitchen), outdoor games. 

GROUP 2. 
AUmanna Laroverk, Public Secondary 

Schools for Boys. A collective exhibit 
by Dr. A. Lindhagen, Professor at the 
Higher Modern Secondary School,' 
Stockholm. 

Reports and other publications, photo- 
graphs, designs of school-buildings, pu- 
pils' work (final examination tests, 
drawings, herbariums), Statistical 
charts. 
Hogre Flickskolor och Samskolor, Sec- 
ondary school for girls and co-educa- 
tional schools. Collective exhibit by 
Miss Matilda Widegren, Principal of 
the State secondary school for girls, 
Stockholm: 



Reports, photographs, plans of school- 
buildings, pupils' work (drawings, man- 
ual work, written work, etc.). 

GROUP 6. 

Tekniska Skolan, The Technical School, 

Stockholm by Mr. B. V. Adler, director 
of the school. 

Drawings and paintings from all de- 
partments of the school, works in 
modelling, wood carving, chasing and 
engraving in metal, embossed leather 
work, painting on china and glass, pho- 
tographs and art needle work. The in- 
stitution embraces the following de- 
partments: The technical evening and 
Sunday school, the technical school for 
women, the higher art industrial school, 
the building school, the school for ma- 
chine work, the school for painters, ex- 
tra subjects, photography, course of 
electrotechnical fitting, art needle 
work. 
Tekniska Elementarskolan, The Tech- 
nical Elementary School, Boras. Mod- 
els and pieces of work from the me- 
chanical workshop. 

GROUP 8. 

Aktiebolaget P. A. Norstedt & Soner. 
P. A. Norstedt & Sons Co., Lim., 
Stockholm. Textbooks, maps, pictures 
for instruction and other educational 
publications; other literature, especial- 
ly scientific works. 



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Folkhogskolor, People's High Schools. 

Collective exhibit by Dr. Y. V. Yons- 
son, manager of the People's High 
School, Kafvesta. Reports and other 
publications, photographs, pupils' work 
(drawings, manual work, etc.. designs 
of buildings), monograph of Swedish 
People's High School. 

Kungl. Gymnastiska Centralinstitutet, 

The Royal Gymnastic Central Insti- 
tute, Stockholm. Photographs illus- 



trating the gymnastic instruction in 
Sweden. 

Naas Sloydlarareseminarium, The Sloyd 
Training College, Naas. Sloyd models, 
drawings, photographs, monograph on 
the August Abrahamson Institution 
(August Abrahamsons Stiftelse), Naas. 

Pedagogiska Biblioteket, The Pedagogic 
Library, Stockholm. Photographs, 
catalogues, printed information, leaf- 
let. 



SYRIA. 

(Unofficial Representation.) 
BLOCK I. AISLE A. 

Syrian Protestant College, Beirut, Syria. 

Model of college buildings and 
grounds. Publications. 



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UNIVERSAL EXPOSITION 

ST. LOUIS, U.S.A. 
1 904 

DIVISION OK EXHIBITS 

FREDERICK J. V. SKIFF, Director 

Department B 

ART 

HALSEY C. IVES, Chief 



REVISED EDITION. 



PUBLISHED FOR THE COMMITTEE ON PRESS AND PUBLICITY BY 

THE OFFICIAL CATALOGUE COMPANY (INC.) 

ST. LOUIS. 1904 



COPYRIGHT, 1904 

BY THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION COMPANY 

FOR THE OFFICIAL CATALOGUE COMPANY 



EXECUTIVE OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ART. 



Halsey C. Ives, 
Chief. 

Charles M. Kurtz, 
Assistant Chief. 

George Julian Zolnay, 
Superintendent of the Division of Sculpture. 

George Corliss, 
Superintendent of Exhibit Records. 

Frederic Allen Whiting, 
Superintendent of the Division of Applied Arts. 

Will H. Low, 
Superintendent of the Loan Division. 

William Henry Fox, 
Secretary. 

Charles S. Hamblin, 
Chief Clerk. 

Edwin M. Leach, 
Superintendent of Galleries. 



THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE. 



Department of Art (Department B). 



UNITED STATES SECTION, 



THE ADVISORY COMMITTEES 

Following is the National Advisory Committee appointed to cooperate with the 
Art Department Executive in the interests of the United States Section; 

Holker, Abbott, Boston. 
John W. Beatty, Pittsburg. 
W. K. Bixby, St. Louis. 
John Caldwell, Pittsburg. 
John B. Cauldwell, New York. 
Edward H. Coates, Philadelphia. 
William T. Evans, New York. 
Robert W. de Forest, New York. 
Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 
William M. R. French, Chicago. 
John H. Gest, Cincinnati. 
Charles L. Hutchinson, Chicago. 
John G. Johnson, Philadelphia. 
Charles de Kay, New York. 
John La Farge, New York. 
Charles R. Lamb, New York. 
Harrison S. Morris, Philadelphia. 
Charles Nagel, St. Louis. 
Arthur J. Parsons, Washington. 
Robert Swain Peabody, Boston. 
Edward Robinson, Boston. 

Following are the Advisory Committees appointed to look after the interests of 
the United States section of the Department of Art, in the Unied States and in 
certain foreign countries where American (United States) artists temporarily are 
residine: 



(GROUPS IX AND X OF THE CLASSIFICATION). 



For Paintings. 

NEW YORK. 

Cecilia Beaux. 
J. Carroll Beckwith. 
.1. G. Brown. 
Howard Russell Butler. 
William M. Chase. 
William A. Coffin. 
Frederick Dielman. 
R. Swain Gifford. 
H. Bolton Jones. 
John La Farge. 
Alexander T. VanLaer. 
Harry W. Watrous. 



BOSTON. 

Thomas Allen. 
Frank W. Benson. 
John J. Enneking. 
Hermann Dudley Murphy. 
Sarah C. Sears. 
Edmund C. Tarbell. 
Frederic P. Vinton. 

PHILADELPHIA. 

Hugh H. Breckenridge. 

Thomas Eakins. 

John Lambert. 

E. W. Redfield. 

W. Elmer Schofield. 



WASHINGTON. 

Carl Gutherz. 
Richard N. Brooke. 

WESTERN. 

(Meeting at St. Louis.) 

Ralph Clarkson, Chicago. 

Frank Duveneck, Cincin- 
nati. 

Percy Ives, Detroit. 

T. C. Steele, Indianapolis. 

John H. Vanderpoel, Chi- 
cago. 

Ellsworth Woodward, 
New Orleans. 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Joseph R. Woodwell, Pitts- 
burg. 

Edmund H. Wuerpel, St. 
Louis. 

, For Mural Decoration. 

Will H. Low. 
George W. Maynard. 
Charles Y. Turner. 

For Paintings and Water 

Colors, Drawings, 

Pastels, Etc. 

PARIS. 

Henry S. Bisbing. 

Frederick A. Bridgman. 

William T. Dannat. 

Walter Gay. 

Alexander Harrison. 

Henry S. Hubbell. 

J. Humphreys Johnston. 

Walter McEwen. 

Gari Melchers. 

Charles Sprague Pearce. 

Julius L. Stewart. 

S. Seymour Thomas. 

Eugene Vail. 

Henry Van Der Weyden. 

Lionel Walden. 

*Edwin Lord Weeks. 

Ogden Wood. 

I.ONDON. 

Edwin A. Abbey. 
John McLure Hamilton. 



♦Deceased. 



Joseph Pennell. 
John S. Sargent. 
♦James McNeill Whistler. 

MUNICH. 

Hermann Hartwich. 
Carl Marr. 
Toby Rosenthal. 

FLORENCE. 

Julius Rolshoven. 

ROME. 

Elihu Vedder. 

For Etchings and En- 
gravings. 

(Other than wood engrav- 
ings.) 
Carlton T. Chapman. 
Charles F. W. Mielatz. 
J. C. Nicoll. 
Alexander Schilling. 
James D. Smillie. 

For Water Colors, Pastels 
and Lithographs. 

NEW YORK. 

F. S. Church. 
Charles C. Curran. 
Francis C. Jones. 
Will H. Low. 
J. C. Nicoll. 
Will S. Robinson. 
Henry B. Snell. 



E. H. Garrett. 
Joseph Lindon Smith. 
Charles H. Woodbury. 

PHII.ADEI.PHIA. 

Colin Campbell Cooper. 
Charles E. Dana. 
G. W. Dawson. 

WESTERN. 

(Meeting at St. Louis.) 
H. F. Farny, Cincinnati. 

F. L. Stoddard, St. Louis. 
Blanche Ostertag, Chi- 
cago. 

For Miniature Paintings. 

William J. Baer. 
Lucia Fairchild Fuller. 
Laura C. Hills. 

For Wood Engravings. 

George T. Andrew. 
Frank French. 
Henry Wolf. 

For Drawing for Illustra- 
tion. 

Henry S. Fleming. 
Charles Dana Gibson. 
Arthur I. Keller. 
Louis Loeb. 
Howard Pyle. 



ADVISORY COMMITTEES FOR SCULPTURE. 



GROUP XI. 



NEW YORK. 

Herbert Adams. 

Daniel C. French. 

H. A. MacNeil. 

A. Phimister Proctor. 

Augustus Saint Gaudens. 

J. Q. A. Ward. 

BOSTON. 

Cyrus E. Dallin. 
Bela L. Pratt. 



PHII.ADEI,PHIA. 



A. Stirling Calder. 
Charles Grafly. 
Samuel Murray. 



George Gray Barnard. 
Paul Bartlett. 
Richard E. Brooks. 
Frederick W. MacMonnies. 



WESTERN. 

J. C. Barnhorn, Cincinnati 
R. P. Bringhurst, St. Louis. 
Lorado Taft, Chicago. 
Douglas Tilden, San Fran- 
cisco. 

ROME. 

M. Ezekicl. 
Franklin Simmons. 
Waldo Storv. 



THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE. 



^ ADVISORY COMMITTEES FOR ARCHITECTURE, 

GROUP XII. 



NEW YORK. 

Grosvenor Atterbury. 

Arnold W. Brunner. 

Walter Cook. 

H. J. Hardenberg. 

John Galen Howard. 

C. Grant LaFarge. 

Charles McKim. 

Henry Rutgers Marshall. 

George B. Post. 

BAI<TIMORE. 

J. B. Noel Wyatt. 

BOSTON. 

Robert Day Andrews. 



A. W. Longfellow. 
Charles A. Coolidge. 
Guy Lowell. 
Robert Swain Peabody. 
H. Langford Warren. 
Edmund M. Wheelwright. 



PHILADEI.PHIA, 

Frank Miles Day. 
Wilson Eyre. 
Edgard V. Seeler. 



WESTERN. 

J. M. Donaldson, Detroit. 



A. O. Elzner, Cincinnati. 

E. G. Garden, St. Louis. 
Elmer Grey, Milwaukee. 
A. B. Harlow, Pittsburg. 
M. P. McArdle, St. Louis. 

F. M. Mann, St. Louis. 
W. B. Mundie, Chicago. 
I. K. Pond, Chicago. 
Howard Vandoren Shaw, 

Chicago. 
C. F. Schweinfurth, Cleve- 
land. 



WASHINGTON. 

Joseph C. Hornblower. 



ADVISORY COMMITTEES FOR APPLIED ARTS. 

GROUP XIV. 



NEW YORK. 

William Couper. 
John LaFarge. 
Frederick S. Lamb. 
Louis C. Tiffany. 
Stanford White. 
Douglas Volk. 



WESTERN. 

Charles Percy Davis, St. 
Louis. 

PHILADEI.PHIA. 

Herbert E. Everett. 
Gustav Ketterer. 
Emily Sartajn. 



BOSTON. 



J. Templeman Coolidge. 

Sarah C. Sears. 

C. Howard Walker. 

Mrs. Francis C. Houston. 



From the members of these committees were made up the various National 
Juries of Acceptance, meeting \n the places named. 



The Art Palace. 

Classic in the simplicity of its architecture, the Art Palace strikes a strong and 
dignified note in the Exposition. It comprises four massive buildings, known as the 
Central Building, the East and West Pavilions, and the International Sculpture 
Court. The Central Building, of gray limestone and brick, is to remain on the 
ground, a lasting memorial of the Exposition, and a permanent Art Museum for the 
City of St. Louis. In composition it is a tall nave, fronted by a Corinthian portico, 
above which appears the large lunette which, repeated elsewhere, gives abundant 
light for the interior. On each side of the main entrance are seated figures, one 
representing Sculpture, executed by Daniel Chester French, and the other repre- 
senting Painting and executed by Louis Saint Gaudens. Above the main portico 
are six figures symbolizing the six great periods of art, as follows: Egyptian Art, 
by Albert Yaegers; Classic Art, by F. E. Elwell; Gothic Art, by John Gclert; 
Oriental Art, by Henry Linder; Renaissance Art, by Carl TeflFt; Modern Art, by 
C. F. Hanann. The figure, "Inspiration," crowning the building, above the main 
entrance, is executed by Andrew O'Connor. Two bronze griffins, which are 
effectively used as ornamentations on either end of the main pediment at its base, 
are executed by A. Phimister Proctor. Near each end of the front of the Central 
Building, in niches, are two seated figures, representing "Truth," by Chas. Grafly, 
and "Nature," by Philip Martiny. The last five named figures are gilded, a golden 
note which is repeated at intervals on all the structures and decorations of Art Hill. 

In the frieze of the main building are placed twenty medallions in stone, con- 
taining portraits of the great architects, painters and sculptors. These have been 
executed by George T. Brewster and O. Piccirilli. The intermediate figures sur- 
rounding the base of the building are replicas from the antique. The East and the 
West Pavilions, giving, with the Central Building, a total length on the front of 
eight hundred and thirty feet, and extending back four hundred and fifty feet, 
«nclose a Quadrangle in which is located the fourth building of the group, the 
International Sculpture Court, which is built, as are the East and West Pavilions, 
of brick ornamented with staff. This court is one hundred and fifty feet long by 
Dne hundred feet wide, its plan being rectangular with an exedra or semi-circular 
bay at the east and west ends. In architecture it is lighter and more decorative 
than the main buildings, with motives from the Italian Renaissance. The enclosed 
space is laid out as a garden, where fountains, growing plants and shrubbery are 
introduced with charming effect. Here is suggested, beside the close relation be- 
tween the allied arts of sculpture and architecture, the relation of art to nature. 

The arrangement of the Art Palace differs from previous expositions, in that 
all the exhibits are installed on the ground floor. The entire United States exhibit 
is installed in the Central Building, and the foreign exhibits in the East and West 
Pavilions, with the exception of sculpture, which is found in the Sculpture Court. 
The bringing together of foreign sculpture in this building affords an opportunity 
for close comparison of the various schools. The Central Pavilion is entered from 
the north; the East and the West Pavilions are entered from the Main Pavilion and 
also from the north. The outer entrance to the Sculpture Court is from the south. 
The Art Palace is located near the center of the Exposition, on Art Hill, ninety feet 
above the level of the grounds. It is directly in the rear of Festival Hall and the 
Colonnade of States, and is within easy reach by paths gradually ascending the hill, 
or by the flight of steps leading up from the Grand Basin to Festival Hall. There 
is also a general station on the Intramural Railway in the rear of the building. The 
architect of the Main Buildings of the Art Palace is Cass Gilbert of New York, and 
the Sculpture Pavilion is designed by Emmanuel L. Masqueray. 




EAST PAVILION. 




WEST PAVILION. 




SCULPTURE PAVILION 



14 DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



THE DEPARTMENT OF ART. (B.j 



CLASSIFICATION. 



PAINTINGS, CARTOONS, DRAWINGS, ARCHITECTURE, SCULPTURE, 

DECORATION AND ORIGINAL OBJECTS OF 

ART-WORKMANSHIP. 

Group 9. Paintings and Drawings. 

Class 27. Paintings on canvas, wood, metal, enamel, porcelain, faience and on 
various preparations; by all direct methods in oil, wax, tempera and 
other media; mural paintings; fresco paintings on walls. 

Class 28. Drawings and cartoons in water color, pastel, chalk, charcoal, pencil and 
other media, on any material. Pyrographic designs. Miniature on 
ivory. 

Group ID. Engravings and Lithographs. 

Class 29. Etchings and Engravings in one or more colors. Auto-lithographs with 
pencil, crayon or brush. 

Group II. Sculpture. 

Class 30. Sculpture and bas-reliefs of figures and groups in marble, bronze or other 

metal, terra cotta, plaster, wood, ivory or other material. 
Class 31. Models in plaster and terra cotta. 
Class 32. Medals, engravings on gems, cameos and intaglios. 
Class 33. Carvings in stone, wood, ivory or other materials. 

Group 12. Architecture. 

Class 34. Drawings, models and photographs of completed buildings. 

Class 35. Designs and projects of buildings. (Designs other than of architectural 

or constructive engineering.) 
Class 36. Drawings, models and photographs of artistic architectural details. 
Class 37. Mosaics, leaded and mosaic glass. 

Group 13. Loan Collection. 

Selections of especially interesting art works of various kinds Irom institutions 
and private collections. (Representing the various classes defined in the Department 
of Art.) 

Group 14. Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 

Class 38. Art work in glass (other than that which is included in Group 12, 

Class 37). 
Class 39. Art work in earthenware. (Pottery or porcelain.) 
Class 40. Art work in metal (other than that included in Group 11, Class 30). 
Class 41. Art work in leather. 
Class 42. Art work in wood (other than that included in Group 11, Classes 30 

and 33). 
Class 43. Art work in textiles. 
Class 44. Artistic bookbinding. 
Class 45. Art work worthy of representation whicli is not covered by any of thf 

preceding classes of this Group or otlicr Groups of the Department 

of Art. 



NOTE. 



The exhibits in each section are numbered consecutively, each country being 
complete in itself. In the United States, the Loan Collection is numbered separately, 
as is also Group 14. The exhibit numbers referred to in this catalogue are the ones 
printed in black on light brown ground. 



INDEX. 



CouNTKT. Pavilion. Page. 

UNITED STATES. .Central. . . 21 

Oil Paintings 23 

Mural Paintings 40 

Water Colors and Pastels 42 

Miniatures 49 

Illustrations 50 

Engravings & Lithographs 53 

Sculpture 58 

Architecture 63. 

Loan Collection 69 

Applied Art 75 

ARGENTINE West 91 

AUSTRIA East 95 

BELGIUM West 107 

BRAZIL West 115 

BULGARIA West 121 

CANADA East .... 125 

CUBA West 129 

FRANCE West. .... 133 



Country. Pavilion. Page. 

GERMANY East 173 

GREAT BRITAIN. .East 189 

HOLLAND East 229 

HUNGARY West 241 

INTERNATIONAL . East 245 

Ceylon 246 

China 247 

Denmark 249 

Iceland 249 

Norway 249 

Peru 250 

Suitzerl,T-d 250 

ITALY . . .West 251 

JAPAN West 261 

MEXICO West 271 

NICARAGUA 273 

PORTUGAL West 275 

RUSSIA West 279 

SWEDEN East 295 



FOREWORD. 



The Art Exhibition of the Universal Exposition of 1904 both maintains and 
advances the high standard of previous expositions. The generous response of 
foreign countries to the invitation extended and the loyalty of American artists, 
have contributed to form a collection which is representative of contemporary art. 
The art of the Exposition as a whole is not only modern but recent. Several 
sections are composed entirely of works which have been produced since the Chicago 
Exposition of 1893. Here is the latest word from the studios. It is when this rule 
of the selection of works of contemporaneous art is followed, that the history of art 
becomes consecutive and is vividly told in the modern exposition-story. 

In recognition of the historical significance of the Exposition, there is added, 
in the United States section, to contemporaneous art, a retrospective division which 
includes works produced between 1803, the date of the Louisiana Purchase, and 
1893. In this division are also classed the works of artists who lived within this 
period whose works have influenced the development of the art of the past century. 
There is also in the United States Section a loan division composed of foreign 
masterpieces from public or private collections owned in this country. 

Among the works installed in the galleries devoted to the Loan Collection are 
examples by artists whose influence has been felt by art workers in every country 
— among them Rembrandt, Franz Hals, Rousseau, Constable, Turner, Diaz, Corot, 
Gerard Dou, and Gainsborough. 

The exhibit of paintings in the United States Section demonstrates again the 
fact made plain at the Paris Exposition, and cordially acknowledged there, that we 
have a distinctive national art, so individual that it can be mistaken for no other. 
American art, like American literature, is eclectic; but when from the technique of 
the foreign school the artist comes home for his subject, his interpretation and his 
atmosphere, we have the American picture. This exhibition is most comprehensive, 
including American artists living abroad, as well as an equal representation from 
the different sections of this country. 

Figure painting in oil and water color, and in the recent notable revival of 
miniature art, exhibits the strongest and best traits of modern art, with the re- 
finement which is so pronounced a characteristic of American work. The works 
of American portrait painters, including those of international reputation, are promi- 
nent in the exhibition; and beside reaching the highest standard of modern portrait 
art, recall the earlier traditions of American portraiture. Mural painting cannot, 
from its very nature, be adequately displayed in an exhibition, but what is here 
exhibited in sketches, studies and photographic reproductions of finished works, 
emphasizes the fact that we have, under the strong impulse of civic improvement, 
entered upon a distinct period of mural decoration. Our school of landscape art 
is here in full force. The works of the most prominent American sculptors will 
be found, not only in the galleries, but in the Exposition grounds. American archi- 
tects, engravers and illustrators are fully represented. 

The Art Department has here adopted a broader classification than has pre- 
vailed at previous expositions. For the first time at an international exposition in 
this country Applied Art has been placed on a plane with what is known as the 
■'Fine Arts." A similar attempt was made at the Chicago Exposition to put 
applied art in its rightful place, but the art worker failed to fully fecognize his 
opportunity, and the response ^yas comparatively meager. During the 90's the Arts 
and Crafts movement, developing strongly in England, in certain sections of the 
continent, and in the United States, has made for itself a distinct and permanent 
place in the world of art. Here, for the first time in an exposition catalogue the 
initials "A. & C." — Arts and Crafts — appear, and the work for which they stand 
greatly broadens and diversifies the interest of the collections. The Arts and Crafts 
movement is a protest agains* the monotony of machine-made things; it is a recog 



nition of the dignity of hand work, of the individuality of the worker and of the 
value of artistic feeling and knowledge, in whatever medium expressed. The art- 
craftsman works in the spirit of the old guild and the master-workman, with the 
added touch of keen modern thought. Never before in our country have the applied 
arts, which are closely related to every-day life, made such a showing as is here 
made. Exhibits in glass, earthenware, metal, leather, wood and textiles as well as 
examples of artistic bookbinding, are placed in side-lighted galleries, specially 
adapted for their showing, and constitute a most attractive feature of the exhibition. 
Numerous entries in the Division of Applied Art_ attest the interest which has 
been aroused by this new departure. And when it is remembered that the same 
high standard of selection was observed here as in other departments, it is evident 
that much good work in the Arts and Crafts is being done in the United States. 
The exhibit is effectively installed in cases, thus making an impression which 
could not be made if it were scattered throughout the galleries as bric-a-brac, 
as has been its fate in previous expositions. The characteristics of American 
applied art, as shown here, are originality of design, good workmanship, and 
a daring use of new material, as in the use of semi-precious stones in jewelry. 
The exhibition of the British Section is representative of the art work of Great 
Britain, Scotland and Ireland during the last decade, the collection being equal 
or superior to that made at Chicago, and not surpassed by any collection of art 
works ever sent from English shores. The Art Committee, made up of the presi- 
dents of the various art societies of the United Kingdom, gives assurance that the 
exhibition is national in its scope — an assurance fully confirmed by the list of artists' 
names. The best known names in English art — including the three great painters, 
Millais, Leighton and Burne-Jones, who have died during the last decade — with 
others of world-wide reputation, are represented here. In sculpture, owing to 
difficulty of transportation, no attempt has been made to exhibit monumental works. 
A careful selection, however, of smaller works shows the best spirit of modern 
sculpture. The exhibit of applied arts is a most generous response to the new 
recognition given in this Exposition to this work. In three galleries, specially deco- 
rated for the purpose, is an exhibit showing the influence of such artists as William 
Morris and Walter Crane — the largest exhibition of its kind which England has 
made at any exposition. 

The present collection is the largest and most important one that the French 
nation has ever sent out of its own country, and is most comprehensive in scope, 
showing the great versatility of the present day painting of France. Among works 
in the French Section representing the older masters of that school are those of 
Carolus Duran, Bouguereau, Henner, Detaille, Flameng, Puvis de Chavannes, Robert 
Fleury, and Lhermitte. The younger men — the coming masters — in painting and in 
sculpture are fully represented by works showing the best characteristics of French 
art. A large exhibit of the applied arts shows the results of generations of trained 
artist-artisans. 

In the Holland section a more complete idea of the art of that country may be 
gained than has been possible in any former Universal Exposition, either in the 
United States or in Europe, outside of their own country. The collection is made 
up of oil paintings, water colors, etchings and engravings, with such works of sculp- 
ture as can be installed in the picture galleries, all by Holland's representative 
artists. Prominent on the walls are the works of Israels, Jacob and Willem Maris, 
Mesdag, and Blommers, masters of the school which has made Holland famous. In 
applied art is shown work in pottery, wood, silver, and copper. 

Art in Austria is thoroughly organized in four great national societies, so distinct 
from each other that their individuality has been observed in the grouping of the 
pictures on the walls, and also in the catalogue. Beside the exhibits of the two 
Austrian societies, including such artists as Hugo Charlemont, Alois Schram and 
Karl Pippich, there are tliose of the Bohemian and Polish artists, each displaying 
distinctive national traits. Owing to the lack of space which it was possible to 
assign to Austria, only a portion of these collections is placed in the Art Palace, 
the remainder being installed in their National Pavilion. 

In the German Section a larger and more comprehensive exhibit has been 
made than at any previous exposition in this country. Lenbach, lately deceased, 
Germany's most famous portrait painter, is represented by five notable portraits. 
Adolf von Menzel, Paul Meycrheim, the historical painter von Werner, Franz von 
Defregger, Ludwig Knaus. Leibl, Loefftz, Schuster- Waldau, Keller, Langhammer, 
with many others, make this collection representative of modern German art. 
Noted historical paintings are lent from the public galleries of Germany. The 



sculptors Reinhold Begas, Peter Breuer, A. Bruett, Heinrich Epler, Ernst Freese, 
E. Hundrieser, Erich Hoesel and manj-- others contribute to a large sculptural 
exhibit, which includes many figures of heroic size. 

In the Hungarian Section are exhibited works of the foremost artists of 
their national school. While the list does not include all the most noted names 
in Hungarian art, those who are here mnintain the high national standard. Mun- 
kacsky, whose pictures are known throughout the world, and some of whose 
greatest paintings are owned in the United States, is here represented by typical 
scenes from Hungarian peasant life. L. Paal, one of Hungary's best landscape 
artists, and K. Lotz, portrait painter and noted fresco artist, are among the well 
known names. Many of the painters are of the newer generation of Hungarian 
artists, and the collection bears evidence of a high standard of selection. 

The exhibit in the Belgian Section represents the art activity of the last decade, 
all the paintings having been produced during that time. In the sculpture, which is 
installed both in the A.rt Palace, and the galleries of the Sculpture Pavilion, a 
representative exhibit is made. Frans Courtens, Leempoels, Heymans, Verhaert, 
and Gilsoul are among the noted names in Belgian art, and are represented here by 
important works in figure and landscape. 

The paintings in the Bulgarian Section are characterized by strong and 
sympathetic interpretation of the national life. Among the noted artists here 
represented are A. Mitoflf and J. V. Mrkvitchka; with a scMlpture exhibit comprising 
statues, busts, and bronze medallions. 

It is entirely modern art which is shown in the Italian section, most of the paint- 
ing and sculptures having been produced since the Chicago Exposition. The late 
decision of the Italian Government to participate prevented the execution of works 
specially for this Exposition; but the oldest and largest of the art societies of Italy, 
the International Art Association in Rome, has most earnestly and successfully pro- 
moted this exhibitien. The spirit of modern Italian art is individual; all working 
together for the development of a national art. Besides the work of contemporary 
artists, important works are shown by older artists who have had a strong influence 
on modern Italian art. Among the noted names in this exhibition are G. Previati, 
A. Rizzi, A. Dal] 'Oca Bianca and C. Laurenti. 

The exhibit of Portugal is installed in one gallery, painting and sculpture 
being grouped together. Among the more prominent artists of Portugal are 
Salgado and Columbano, represented here mainly by portraits, and Jose de Brito. 

Japan comes to this Exposition with an exhibit displaying in cloisonne, art 
lacquer, enamels, sculpture and painting the well-known characteristics of Japanese 
art. There are shown noted examples of the old school of landscape art, the tradi- 
tions of which are the glory of Japan. The foremost bronze casters of the country 
are here represented by masterpieces. The sculptural exhibit in ivory, wood and 
terra cotta, shows groups and figures illustrative of scenes in Japanese life. There 
are also oil paintings done by younger artists in the European method. The leaders 
in the school of landscape art which is so pronounced a feature of this exhibition 
are Gaho Hashimoto, Kwampo Araki, Keinen Imao, and Giokusho Kawabata. 

The impression made by the Swedish pictures at the Chicago Exposition is 
repeated here. Nowhere is art more patriotic than in Sweden and nowhere has a 
stronger effort been made to develop a national art, and to induce the return of the 
artist to his native soil. Since i8So these efforts have been successful, and have 
resulted in the development of an art which has a vital connection with the life and 
civilization of the country. In architecture and sculpture is seen also this sarne 
strong showing of race-traits. Among the artists in this exhibition best known in 
this country are Zorn, Liljefors, and Carl Larsson. 

_ Russia is represented by a collection of over six hundred works of art, consisting 
mainly of paintings which illustrate fully the present tendencies of the art of that 
country. Ten different art societies are represented, the works being hung in their 
collective capacity, showing a certain individual trend in the case of each society 
which is well worthy the attention of the student. Included in the collection are the 
paintings' of such well-known members of the Imperial Academy of Arts as Repin, 
Vladimir and Alexander Makofsky, Dubofsky, Kasatkine, Volkoflf, Soukherofsky, 
Kosheleflf, Venig, Verestchagin (now deceased), Maimon, and von Liebhardt. Be- 
sides the work of the artists here named there are independent collections illustrative 
of "Ancient Russia," "The Ural and its Riches" and "Siberia," which have never 
before been displayed outside of Russia. As a whole, the display emphasizes the 
historical and social aspects of Russian life and possesses uncommon interest. 



The works of art exhibited in the Argentine Section place this South 
American republic among the nations which cultivate art with dignity and profit. 
Painters and sculptors who have studied in France and Italy have returned home 
to create an art which impresses one with its individuality, sense of harmony and 
purity of style. Among the artists whose works are represented in this notable 
collection are Eduardo Sivori, Ernesto de la Carcova, Eduardo Schiaffino, Pio 
Collivadino, Carlos Ripamonte, Cesareo de Quiros, Correa Morales, Irurtia, Dresco, 
Alonso, Artigue, Giudici, Garcia and Diana Dampt. 

The exhibits in the Brazilian Galleries are mostly paintings, and both in land- 
scape and in figure portray the life and atmosphere of the country. Owing to the 
late decision of the Brazilian Government to participate in the Exposition a 
number of her best known artists do not appear in this exhibition. Among the 
artists represented are Aurelio de Figueiredo, B. Calixto, P. Weingartner, M. 
Brocos, in etchings, and others of equal note. The art interests of Brazil are 
fostered by a School of Fine Arts, which offers scholarships, sending her artists 
t® European art centers for study, while at home she also maintains schools of arts 
and trades. An interesting exhibit of applied art in this section is composed of 
original designs and pottery by E. Visconti. 

Mexico has an exhibit of paintings which . in figure and landscape gives 
glimpses of the life of the country, the most notable feature of the exhibit being 
the collection of paintings by Antonio Fabres. 

Cuba, which for the first time exhibits as a nation at an international ex- 
position, shows a collection of oil paintings, engravings and lithographs. Promi- 
nent in the collection are the works of Aurelio Melero and Leopoldo Romanach. 

Art in Canada is of comparatively recent growth, and the present exhibition is 
under the direction of the Royal Canadian Academy, the organization which holds 
together the art-interests of the country. The works in the Canadian galleries are 
entirely pictorial, and are the work of Canadian artists who have studied in the art 
centers of Europe, and return home to paint. Many of them have exhibited at the 
Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo, where they won honorable mention. 

The International Section is made up from the works of artists of countries 
not officially represented by national commissions or committees. Among them are 
works by Norwegian, Danish, Peruvian and Swiss artists, and an exhibit from Ceylon 
and China of paintings and works of applied art. 



The Executive of the Department of Art desires to acknowledge its in- 
debtedness to the Society of Arts and Crafts of Boston, the Atlan Ceramic 
Club of Chicago, and the National Society of Mineral Painters, for their 
valuable assistance in collecting the many articles forming the display of the 
applied arts in the United States Section, and also desires to express its 
grateful appreciation of the services rendered by the St. Louis Museum 
of Fine Arts, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the John Herren Art 
Institute of Indianapolis, the Cincinnati Museum Association, the Chicago Art 
Institute, the National Academy of Design, the National Arts Club of New York, 
and many other societies and individuals throughout the country. 



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UNITED STATES 



Halsey C. Ives, Chief. 

Charles M. Kurtz, Assistant Chief. 



ART COMMITTEE 

OF THE EXPOSITION DIRECTORY. 

William K. Bixby, Chairman. 
S. M. DoDD, Vice-President. 
Adolphus Busch. 
Thomas H. McKittrick. 
J. E. Smith. 
Samuel Spencer. 



For information regarding exhibits apply to the Executive Offices 
of the Department. 



Department B.— Art. 
UNITED STATES. 



CENTRAL PAVILION. 



Oil Paintings. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Oil Paintings. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Adams, Charles L., Hyde Park, Mass. 

1. Across the Harbor. 

Adams, Charles, Partridge, Denver, Colo. 

2. San Juan Mountains in the 

Autumn. 



Exhibit 
No. 

1 8. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 



A Rose. 
Study in Tone. 
Mother and Child. 
The Glass Bowl. 
Flowers. 



Allen. Thomas, Boston. 

23. Wallabrook Ford, 

England. 

24. The Rising Moon. 

25. The Waning Moon. 



Dartmoor. 



Adams, J. Ottis, Indianapolis. 

3. The Wane of Winter. 

4. Iridescence of a Shallow Stream. 

5. The Ebb of Day. 

Addams, Inez, London. 

8. Portrait of Baroness de Braun- 

ecker. 

Adolphe, Albert Jean, Philadelphia. 

9. Portrait of Mrs. A. 

10. Portrait of a Student of the Latin 

Quarter. 

11. Portrait of the Artist. 

Ahrens, Ellen Wetherald, Philadelphia. 

12. Sewing. A Portrait. 

13. Portrait of Mr. Elwood Johnson. 

Aid, George C, Paris. 

14. The Miniature. 

Alexander, John W., New York. 

15. Portrait of Mrs. Alexander. 

16. Portrait of the Sculptor Rodin. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Art 
Museum. 

17. Autumn. 



Anderson, Karl J., New York. 

27. Thistles. 

Anshutz, Thomas P., Fort Washington, 
Pa. 

28. Portrait of Mr. John E. D. Trask. 

Lent by Mr. Trask, Philadel- 
phia. 

Baker, Frederic, Paris. 

29. Gethsemane. 

Baker, Martha S., Chicago. 

30. An Art Student. 

Ball, L. Clarence, South Bend, Ind. 

31. After the Rain. 

Barlow, Myron, Detroit, Mich. 

32. The Gossips. Lent by Mr. Will- 

iam M. Chase, New York. 

Barnard, Edward H., Watertown, Mass. 

33. Fields and Pastures. 



34- 
35- 



A Night Sky, Winter. 
Looking towards the Sun. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Barse, George R., New York. 

36. Night and the Waning Day. Lent 

by Mr. Samuel T. Shaw, New 
York. 
Barthold, Manuel, Paris. 

37. Father Von Winkel. 
Baylos, Zelma, New York. 

38. Master Paul. 
Beal, Gifford, New York. 

39. Waning Day. 

40. Late Afternoon, Norwich. 

Beaux, Cecilia, Philadelphia. 

41. Ernesta. 

42. The Dreamer. 

43. Portrait of Mr. Richard Watson 

Gilder. Lent by Mrs. Richard 
Watson Gilder, New York. 

Beckwith, J. Carroll, New York. 

44. Portrait of Mrs. Beckwith. 

45. The Nautilus. 

46. Portrait of Mr. F. H. Hitch. 

Lent by Mr. F. H. Hitch, New 
York. 

Bell, Edward A., New York. 

47. Springtime. 

Benson, Frank W., Salem, Mass. 

48. The Hilltop. 

49. Woman Reading. 

50. Summer. Lent by Mr. Samuel T. 

Shaw, New York. 

51. The Sisters. 

Bicknell, Frank A., Boston. 

52. A Devonshire Glen. 
Birney, W. Verplanck, New York. 

53. The Larder. 

54. An Idle Hour. 

Bisbing, Henry S., Paris. 

55. In the Pasture: Morning. 

56. The Plain: Evening. 

57. The Ox-Cart: Picardy. 

Bittinger, Charles, Paris. 

58. Girl in White. 

Blake, Anne Dehon, Boston. 

59. Portrait Head. 
Blakelock, R. A., New York. 

60. Autumn. Lent by Mrs. Charles 

M. Kurtz, New York. 

Blaney, Dwight, Boston. 

61. The Birches. 

62. Down the Cliffs. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Blenner, Carl, New York. 

63. Repose. Lent by Mr. Reid North- 

rop, St. Louis. 

64. Youth. 

Blum, Robert F. (deceased). 

65. The Lace Makers. 

Bogert, George H., New York. 

66. Surf and Clouds. Lent by Mr. 

George A. Hearn, New York. 

67. Midsummer Evening. Lent by 

Mr. George A. Hearn, New 
York. 

Bohm, Max, Paris. 

68. At Sea. 

Bonsall, Elizabeth F., Philadelphia. 

69. The New Tenant. 
Borglum, Gutzon, New York. 

70. The Sea. 

Boughton, G. H., London. 

71. Love levels all. 

Bregler, Charles, Philadelphia. 

72. Portrait of my Sister. 

Bridgman, Frederic A., Paris. 

73. Ars Dramatis. 

74. Mary Magdalene. 

75. Procession in honor of Isis. 

Brigham, W. Cole, Shelter Island 
Heights, N. Y. 

76. The Creek, Early Morning. 

Bright, John Irwin, Philadelphia. 

77. "La Douanna." 

Bristol, J. B., New York. 

78. Lake Champlain, from Port Kent. 

Brown, Benjamin C, Pasadena, Cal. 

79. Mount Low at Sunset. 
Brown, Ethelbert, New York. 

80. Chateau Gaillard. 

Brown, James Francis, New York. 

81. A Portrait. 
Brown, J. G., New York.. 

82. Heels Over Head. 

83. A Yellow Journal Story. 

84. Mischief in the Air. 

85. The Village Cobbler. 

86. Local News. 

Browne, Matilda, Greenwich, Conn. 

87. Spring. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Browne, Charles F., Chicago. 

88. Wood Interior. Lent by Mr. 

Wallace Heckman, Chicago. 

Bruce, Patrick Henry, New York. 

89. Portrait of W. T. Hedges, Esq. 

Bruenn, Leo, Rome. 

90. Evening Symphony. 

91. Benediction of the Animals. St. 

Anthony's Day. 

Brush, George de Forest, Scarboro, N. Y. 

92. Family Group. Lent by Messrs. 

M. Knoedler & Co., New York. 

Bryant, Everett L., Philadelphia. 

93. From the Land of the Yellow 

Dragon. 

Buehr, Karl Albert, Chicago. 

94. A Mother's Pleasure. 

95. Reverie. 

96. The Weaver. 

Bughmann, Virginia Frances, Pittsburg. 

98. Studio Corner. 

Bunce, W. Gedney, Hartford, Conn. 

99. Sunset, San Giorgio. 

Bundy, J. E., Richmond, Ind. 

100. Brook in Winter. 

Burbank, Elbridge A., Chicago, 
loi. Chief Stinking Bear. 

Burpee, William P., Boston. 

102. Snow-covered Rocks at Sunset. 

Burroughs, Bryson, New York. 

103. The Sculler. 

104. Ariadne Abandoned. 

Butler, Howard Russell, New York. 

105. Sunrise: Marine. 

106. A Portrait. 

Butler, Mary, Philadelphia. 

107. Monhegan Coast. 

Caliga, I. H., Boston. 

108. Portrait of Mr. Joseph K. Hayes. 

109. The Guardian Angel. 

Cameron, Marie Gelon, Chicago, 
no. Mending the Net. 

Campbell, Edward M., St. Louis. 

III. The Hour when Daylight dies. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Carl, Kate A., Pekin, China. 

112. Portrait of the Empress of 
China. 

Carlsen, Emil, New York. 

113. A Connecticut Hilltop. Lent by 

Mr. Samuel T. Shaw, New 
York. 
113a. Still Life. 

114. The Sooty Kettle. Lent by Mr. 

William M. Chase, New York. 

115. Late Afternoon. Lent by Mr. 

Augustus Lukeman, New York. 

Carr, Lyell, New York. 

116. Plantation Picked. 

117. A Georgia Pedlar. 

Chabanian, Arsene, Paris. 

118. The Wave. 

Chadwick, E. L., Boston. 

119. Al Kantara. 
Chapman, Carlton T., New York. 

120. The Derelict. 

i2oa. The U. S. S. Gloucester and the 
Spanish Torpedo Boats. 

Chase, Adelaide Cole, Boston. 

121. Portrait of a Lady. 
Chase, Althea, Paris. 

122. Gray Day at Rijsvord. 
Chase, Harry (deceased). 

123. At Anchor off Scheveningen. 

Lent by Mrs. Harry Chase, St. 
Louis. 

124. Shrimpers off Yarmouth. Lent 

by Miss Rhoda C. Chase, St. 
Louis. 

Chase, William M., New York. 

125. Still Life. Lent by the Pennsyl- 

vania Academy of the Fine 
Arts, Philadelphia. 

126. Master Robert. 

127. When One is Young. 

128. Portrait of Mrs. Chase. 

129. Portrait of Mr. Steichen. 

130. Master Otis Barton and his 

Grandfather. 

131. A Friendly Call. Lent by Mr. 

Samuel T. Shaw, New York. 

Cheron, Adeline F., Paris. 

132. A Wish. 

Child, Edward Burrage, New York. 
133- Squash Blossoms. 
134. Dorset Hollow. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Oil Paintings. 



136. 
137. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Church, Frederick S., New York. 

135- The Sea-Serpent. Lent by Mr. 

William K. Bixby, St. Louis. 
The Doll Matinee. Lent by Mr. 

Samuel T. Shaw, New York. 
The Princess in the Fairv Tale. 

Lent by Mr. W. J. McBride, St. 

Louis. 

Clark, Alson S., Paris. 

138. A Heavy Snow-storm. 

139. Snowy Hillside. 

Clark, Walter, New York. 

140. In Early Leaf. 

141. Autumn on the Hillside. 

Clarkson, Ralph, Chicago. 

142. Twilight Harmony. 

Closson, William B., Boston. 

143. A Nymph. 

Clute, Walter Marshall, Chicago. 

144. The big Barn. 
Coffin, William A,, New York. 

145. Sunrise in Winter, Pennsylvania. 

146. Evening, Somerset Valley, Penn- 

sylvania. 

Collins, Alfred Q. (deceased). 

147. Portrait. Lent by Mrs. Bloom- 

field Wetherill, Philadelphia. 

148. Portrait of Mrs. Collins. Lent 

by Mrs. Alfred Q. Collins, New 
York. 

Coman, Charlotte B., New York. 

149. The Brook. 

150. Burning Brush. 

Conner, Charles, Fountain City, Ind. 

151. A wet Night in February. 
Connell, Edwin D., Paris, 

152. The Lower Mill. 

Cooper, Colin Campbell, Philadelphia. 

153. Broad Street Station, Philadel- 
phia. 

Skyscrapers, Randolph Street, 

Chicago. 
Pennsylvania Avenue, Washing- 



154. 
155- 



ton. 



156. Cathedral at Chartres, France. 
156a. Broad St., from Hotel Walton, 

Philadelphia. 

Cooper, Emma Lampert, Philadelphia. 

157. Weaving Homespun, Canada. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Cotton, Mrs. Leslie, New York. 

158. Portrait of Madame Roger- 

Miclos. 

Couse, E. Irving, New York. 

159. Indian Brave recording McKen- 

zie's Fight with the Cheyennes. 

160. Indian Drinking. 

161. The Flute-Player. 

Cox, Kenyon, New York. 

162. Portrait of Mrs. Kenyon Cox. 

Lent by the National Academy 
of Design, New York. 

Cox, Louise (Mrs. Kenyon), New York 

163. Waiting. 
Crane, Bruce, New York. 

164. November. Lent by the Lotos 

Club, New York. 

165. The First Snow. 

166. A Frosty Morning. 

167. Winter Morning. 

168. The Last of Winter. 

169. November Morning. 

Crane, Frederick, New York. 

170. Among the Mountains, Northern 

New Jersey. 

171. Among the Hills. 

Craven, Laura, Philadelphia. 

172. Ponte Vecchio, Florence. 

173. St. Clements. Rome, Interior. 

174. Sunlit Canal in Venice. 

Curran, Charles C, New York. 

175. At the Piano. 

176. A Deep Sea Fantasy. 

177. Peonies. 

178. Young Woman with Water 

Lilies. 

Curtis, Constance, New York. 

179. Felicie. 

Curtis, Elizabeth, New York. 

180. November in Connecticut. 

Cushing, Howard Gardiner, Boston. 

181. Portrait. 

Daingerfield, Elliott, New York. 

182. The Story of the Madonna. 

Dannat, William T., Paris. 

183. After the Mass. 

184. Portrait. 

185. Portrait. 

D'Ascenzo, Nicolo, Philadelphia. 

186. Vermont Hills. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Davis, Charles H., Boston. 

187. Summer Clouds. 

188. The Great Oak. 

Dean, Walter L., Boston. 

189. On the Deep Sea, Halibut Fish- 

ing. 

190. Ballast Haulers. 

De Camp, Joseph R., Boston. 

191. Reading. 

192. The Sea Wall. September. 

193. Portrait of Mr. A. P. De Camp, 

St. Louis. . 

De Forest, Lockwood, New York. 

194. California Sunset, Mission Cafion, 

Santa Barbara. 

De Haven, Frank, New York. 

195. Night. Lent by the Salmagundi 

Club, New York. 

Denman, Herbert (deceased). 

196. Mandolinata. Lent by Mr. Sam- 

uel T. Shaw, New York. 

Dewey, Charles Melville, New York. 

197. The Church at Fairford. Lent 

by Mr. John Gellatly, New 
York. 

198. The Gray Robe of Twilight. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 
Academy, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Dickson, Mary Estelle, Paris, 
igg. The First Lesson. 

200. Isabella, or the Basil Plant. Lent 

by Mr. Julius S. Walsh, St. 
Louis. 

Dodge, W. de Leftwich, New York. 

201. Saint Ivresse. 

202. Portrait of Mrs. Francis Carolan. 

Lent by Mrs. Carolan, Burlin- 
game, California. 

Dougherty, Parke C, Paris. 

203. Moonrise near Etaples. 

Dougherty, Paul, New York. 

204. A Gray Day at Sea. 

Drake, Will H., New York. 

205. Birds of a Feather. 

Dube, Mme. Mattie, Paris. 
205a. Woodland Nymph. 

Dufner, Edward, Buffalo. 

2o5. Street Scene at Auvers, France. 
207. The Shimmering Sea. 



Exhibit 
No. 

208. On the Coast of Brittany. Lent 
by Mr. William M. Chase, New 
York. 

Du Mond, Frank V., New York. 

2og. The Forest of the King. 

210. Adam and Eve. 

211. Bacchantes. Lent by Mr. Charles 

Baker, New York. 

212. Breeze in the Woods. 

213. The Spirit of Spring. 

214. The Afterglow. 

Dustin, Silas S., New York. 

215. Among the Hills at Peekskill. 
Duveneck, Frank, Cincinnati. 

216. Portrait of the Artist's Mother. 

217. The Yacht Harbor. Lent by the 

Riddick School, St. Louis. 

Dyer, GiflFord, Athens, Greece. 

217a. Athens. Lent by Mr. E. S. Ro- 

bart, St. Louis. 
217b. The Acropolis. Lent by Mr. E. 

S. Robart, St. Louis. 

Eakins, Thomas, Philadelphia. 

218. Cardinal Martinelli. 
The Cello Player. Lent by the 

Pennsylvania Academy of the 

Fine Arts. 
Portrait of Mr. Louis Kenton. 
Dextra victrice: Conclamantes 

Salutat. 
The Clinic of Prof. Gross. Lent 

by Jefferson Medical College, 

Philadelphia. 
The Clinic of Prof. Agnew. Lent 

by the University of Pennsyl- 
vania. 
The Crucifixion. 

Earle, Elinor, Philadelphia. 

225. Reading Aloud. 

226. Firelight. 

Eaton, Charles Warren, New York. 

227. Moonlight. Old Mill at Crecy. 

228. Canal at Bruges. 

229. Among the Pines. 

230. Exmoor. 

Eichbaum, George C, St. Louis. 

231. Portrait of Judge J. H. Terr}'. 
Emmet, Ellen, New York. 

232. Portrait of Miss Susan Metcalfe 

233. Portrait of Mile. M . 

Emmet, Lydia Field, Nev/ York. 

234. Portrait of a child. 



219. 



220. 
221. 



223. 



224. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Enneking, John J., Hyde Park, Mass. 

235. November Evening. 

236. December Morning. 

Ericson, David, New York. 

237. Pont Aven. 

Farny, Henry F., Cincinnati. 

238. Peace. 

Faulkner, Herbert W., Paris. 

239. An Afternoon in Venice. 

240. Moonrise at Sunset in Venice. 

Field, Edward Loyal, New York. 

241. Breezy Weather. 

Fisher, Mark, London. 

242. The Bathers. 

243. A Water Frolic. 

244. Pond and Willows. 

245. The Halt. 

Fisher, Mary (Austin), Boston. 

246. A Kimono. 

Flagg, Montague, New York. 

247. Portrait of a Lady. 

Fleury, Albert, Chicago. 

248. Masonic Temple, Chicago, from 

State Street Bridge. 

249. Gate of Commerce — Chicago 

River. 

Florian, Walter, Scheveningen, Holland. 

250. Portrait of Joseph Israels. 

251. Woman Grinding. 

252. Woman and Lamp. 

Foote, Will Howe, New York. 

253. A Gray Day. 

Forsyth, W., Indianapolis. 

254. Late Afternoon. 

255. Morning on the River. 

256. Cloud-shadowed Hill. 

Foster, Ben, New York. 

257. Moonlight in the Litchfield Hills. 

258. Nightfall. 

259. Moonlight. 

Fournier, Alexis J., East Aurora, New 
York. 

260. Moonlight Auvers-sur-Oise. 

261. Moonlight on the Lagoons, Ven- 

ice. 

262. Crepuscule. 

Fowler, Frank, New York. 

263. Portrait of Mr. John Reid. Lent 

by the St. Andrews Golf Club, 
Chauncy, Westchester Co., N. Y. 



Exhibit 

No. 

265. Portrait of Mr. William Dean 

Howells. 
265a. Portrait of Allen P. Fowler. 

Freer, Frederick W., Chicago. 

266. Portrait. 

Frieseke, Frederick Carl, Paris. 

267. Girl with Book. 

268. The Green Bow. 

Fromkes, Maurice, New York. 

269. Portrait of Professor Henry M. 

Leipziger. 

Frost, Ruth Sterling, St. Louis. 

272. Portrait of a Child. Lent by Mr. 

F. D. Hirschberg, St. Louis. 

Fulde, Edward B., Paris. 

273. Studio Corner. 

Fuller, Margaret, Brookline, Mass. 

274. Summer Morning. 
Gallison, H. H., Boston. 

275. A Gray Day. Lent by the De- 

troit Museum of Fine Arts. 

Gamble, John M., San Francisco. 

276. The Golden Poppy. 

Garber, Daniel, Philadelphia. 

277. The Road to Chester. 

278. Jessy. 

279. The Susquehanna. 

Gauley, Robert D., New York. 

280. Dutch Fishing Boats. 

281. Mother and Child. 

282. Portrait. 

Gay, Edward, New York. 

283. The Pines of South Carolina. 

Winter Time. Black Creek. 

284. The Mianus River. Lent by Mr. 

Samuel T. Shaw, New York. 

Gerrer, R. G., Rome. 

285. Portrait of Pope Pius X. 

GifTord, R. Swain, New York. 

286. After the Rain. 

287. Coast of Vineyard Sound. 

288. Salt Works. Dartmouth. 

Gihon, Alfred D., Paris. 

289. After the Storm. Lent by Mr. 

Simon Guggenheim, New York. 

290. The Sluice of Martigny. 

Glackens, W., New York. 

291. Ballet Girl in Pink. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Glaman, Eugene Fish, Chicago. 

292. Interior of Sheep-feeding Station 



293. 



at Montgomery, Illinois. 
Blue Roan English Cart Horse. 



Grayson, Clifford P., Philadelphia. 
294. Portrait Mr. Eugene Castello. 

Green, Mary Shepherd, Paris. 

297. Indecision. 

298. A Little Story. 

Green, Frank Russell, New York. 

299. The Wayside Inn, Warwickshire, 

England. Lent by the Lotus 
Club, New York. 

300. The Coming of Night. 

GroU, Albert L., New York. 

301. The Milky Way. 
301a. Low Tide. 

Grover, Oliver Dennett, Chicago. 

302. San Giorgio Maggiore. 

303. The Cloud. Venice. 

304. The Riva. 

Gruelle, Richard B., Indianapolis. 

305. Golden Glow of a Summer After- 

noon. 

Gruppe, Charles P., The Hague, Hol- 
land. 

306. Pasture. 

307. Woodcutters. 

Gutherz, Carl, Washington, D. C. 

308. Sunset after Appomattox. 

309. Faithful Unto Death. 

310. The Behring Sea Arbitration 

Court. 

Guy, Seymour J., New York. 

311. The Old Time Reverie. 

312. The Orange Girl. Lent by Mr, 

J. C. Nicoll, New York. 

313. Without a Care. 

314. Sunday Evening. 

Hailman, Johanna Woodwell, Pittsburg. 

315. Market Place, Quebec. 

Hale, Philip L., Boston. 

316. Boxers Resting. 

317. Portrait. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Hallberg, Charles E., Chicago. 

318. Summer Day on Lake Michigan. 

Halpert, Samuel, Paris. 
318a. Night. 

Hamilton, J. McLure, London. 

326. Mr. Gladstone at Hawarden. 

328. Mr. Cosmo Monkhouse. 

329. Portrait of Richard Vaux. Lent 

by the Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

Harrison, Birge, Paris. 

331. Glimpse of the St. Lawrence. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 

332. Moonrise oflf Santa Barbara. 

333. Madison Avenue, New York, in 

Winter. 

334. The Snow Dump: Winter in 

Canada. 

336. The Afterglow. 

Hart, May C, Paris. 

337. Church at St. Leger. 

Hart, Mary Theresa, and Hart, Letitia 
B., New York. 

338. A Portrait Study. 

Hartrath, Lucie, Chicago. 

339. A Little Girl. 

Hartwick, Hermann, Munich. 



340. 


Summer Time — Sheep Pasture. 


Hassam, Childe, New York. 


341. 


Whispering Leaves. 


342. 


The Sea. 


343- 


Moonrise at Sunset. 


344. 


Golden October. 


345. 


Church of Old Lyme, Connecti 




cut. 


346. 


In the Garden. 



Hatfield, J. H., Canton Junction, Mass. 

347. A Winter Day. 

Havens, Belle, Newark, Ohio. 

348. The Last Load. 

Hawthorne, Charles W., New York. 

349. Girl in Green. 

Hayes. Chester A., Paris. 

350. Portrait. Daughter of General T. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Hazard, Arthur M., Boston. 

351. The Toilet. 

Hazelton, Mary Brewster, Boston. 

352. Portrait. 

Henderson, William P., Medford, Mass. 

353. The Little Green Mummy. 

Henri. Robert, New York. 

354. Portrait of a Young Woman in 

Black. 

355. Portrait of Mrs. L. H. 

Henry, E. L., New York. 

356. Waiting at the Ferry. Lent by 

Mrs. Abraham Lansing, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

357. The Floating Bridge. 

358. The First Railroad Train m 

America. 

Herrmann, Frank S., Munich. 

359. Sunlight in the Woods. 

360. Landscape: Winter. 

Herter, Albert, Paris. 

361. Portrait of a Venetian Gentle- 

man. 

362. The Round Mirror. 

363. Portrait of J. R. 

Herzog, Lewis, New York. 

364. The Mackerel Boats. 

365. Nantucket Dunes. 

Higgins, Eugene, Paris. 

366. Another Fantine. 

Hitchcock, Lucius W., Buffalo. 

367. A Name in the Casualty List. 

Hoeber, Arthur, New York. 

368. The Green Mantle of the Stand- 

ing Pool. Lent by Mr. George 
S. Payson, Chicago. 

Holme, Lucy D., Philadelphia. 

369. Holiday Occupation. 
Homer, Winslow, Scarboro, Maine. 

370. Early Morning. Lent by Messrs 

Knoedler & Co., New York. 

371. Weather-beaten. Lent by Mr. 

Emerson McMillin, New York. 

Hopkinson, Charles, Boston. 

372. The Breeze. 

373. Portrait of Mr. Edward Cum- 

mings. Lent by Mrs. Cum- 
mings. 

374. Summer Day. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Houston, Frances C, Windsor, Vt. 

375. Indian Summer. 

376. The Mirror. 

Howard, Francis, London. 

377. Paola and Francesca. 

Howe, William H., New York. 

378. The Vagabonds. Lent by the 

Cleveland Museum of Art, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

379. On Guard. Valley of the Bran- 

dywine. 

380. Sunset with Cattle. Lent by Mr. 

Richard M. Scruggs, St. Louis. 

Hubbell, Henry S., Paris. 

381. Augustine. 

382. At Grandmother's. 

383. The Poet — A Montmartre Type. 

Humphreys, Albert, New York. 
385. November. 

Huntington, Daniel, New York. 

387. Portrait of the Hon. Albert Gal- 

latin (who was Secretary of the 
Treasury of the United States 
at the time of the Louisiana 
Purchase — 1801-1803). Lent by 
Mr. Frederick Gallatin, New 
York. 

Hyde, William H., New York. 

388. Portrait of Mrs. Hyde. 

Inness, George, Jr., New York. 

389. Niagara. 

390. The Edge of the Forest. 

Isham, Samuel, New York. 

391. In the Park. 

392. A Fairy Tale. 

393. Urania. 

Ives, Percy, Detroit. 

394. Portrait. 

James, Alice Archer Sewall, Urbana, 
Ohio, 

395. Portrait. 

396. The Temptation of Cupid. 

Johansen, John C, Chicago. 

397. The Picture Book. 

Johnson, Arthur, Berlin. 

398. A Sun Kiss. 

399. Dreaming Waters. 



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Exhibit 
No. 

Johnson, Eastman, New York. 

400. Portrait of Mr. John D. Rocke- 

feller. 

401. Corn Husking. 

Johnston, John Humphreys, Paris. 

402. Mystery of Night. 

Jones, Annie Weaver, Chicago. 

403. Embroidering. Lent by Mr. 

Joseph Halsted, Chicago. 

Jones, Francis C, New York. 

404. June. Lent by Mr. Samuel T. 

Shaw, New York. 

405. The Idlers. 

Jones, H. Bolton, New York. 

406. Spring. 

407. Late Afternoon. 

408. Early Spring. Lent by Mr. Sam- 

uel T. Shaw, New York. 

Jongers, Alphonse, New York. 

409. Portrait of Mrs. Jongers. 

410. Portrait of vhe Rev. Dr. Newell 

Dwight Hillis. Lent by Dr. 
Hillis, New York. 

Tordan, David Wilson, Philadelphia. 
412. Autumn Oaks. 

Juergens, Alfred Oak Park, Illinois. 
413- The Old Mill. 

Kaufman, John F., New York. 

414. A Cavalier. 

Kaula, Lee Lufkin, Boston. 

415. Portrait of Miss B. 

416. Portrait of Miss O. 

Kaula, William J., Boston. 

417. Dutch Meadows. 

418. Evening. Lent by Mr. J. M. 

Longyear, Boston. 

Kendall, Margaret, New York. 

419. Pastures and Pudding Stones. 

Kendall, William Sergeant, New York. 

420. The End of the Day. Lent by 

Miss Helen Phelps Stokes. 
New York. 

421. The Green Gnome. Lent by Mr. 

Samuel T. Shaw, New York. 
432. A Nasturtium Flower (L'Alle- 

gro). 
4as« A Nasturtium Flower (II Pense- 

roso). 
424. A Fairy Tale. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Ketcham, Susan N., New York. 

425. A Stern and Rock-bound Coast. 
Kline, William F., New York. 

426. Her Tribute. 

427. The Flight into Egypt. 

Klumpke, Anna, Paris. 

428. Portrait of Rosa Bonheur. 

429. Afifection Maternelle. 

Knight, Aston, Paris. 

430. The Deserted Mill. 
Koopman, Augustus, London. 

431. Return of the Shrimp Fishers. 

432. The Two Forces. 

Kost, Frederick W., New York. 
433- The Ford at East Quogue, L. I. 
Lent by Mr. Lyman G. Bloom- 
ingdale, New York. 

434. Kelp Gatherers, Buzzard's Bay. 

Lent by Mr. John Elderkin, 
New York. 

Kronberg, Louis, Boston. 

435. The Lotus. 

436. In the Dressing Room. 

Lambert, John, Philadelphia. 

437. Portrait of Mrs. John Cadwal- 

ader. 

438. Portrait. 

439. Portrait of Master Tuckerman 

Day. 

440. Portrait of Col. K. 

Lang, Charles M., New York. 

441. In Crucem. 

Lathrop, W. L., New York. 

442. "Nancy." 

Lawson, Ernest, New York. 

443. A Winter Landscape. 

444. A Gray Day. 

Lee, Henry C, New York. 

445- Moodna Creek: Cornwall, N. Y, 
Lee, Homer, New York. 

446. A Sky-scraper. 
Leigh, W. R., New York. 

447- Loitering. 

Leonard, George H., Boston. 

448. September Morning. 

Lie, Jonas, New York. 

449. Reflections. 

450. A Mill Race. 

451- Sunlight and Shadow. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Linden, Carl Olaf, Woodstock, N. Y. 

452. Moonlight. 

Lindin, Carl, Chicago. 

453. The Pond at Charville. 

Linson, Corwin K., New York. 

454. The Allaire Road. 

45s. Boulevard Montparna.sse. 

Linton, Frank B. A., Philadelphia. 

456. An Evening's Reminiscence. 

Lippincott, William H., New York. 

457. Pleasant Reflections. 

458. Child with Doll. 

Lockman, DeWitt M., New York. 

459. Portrait of Mrs. George Bliss. 

Lockwood, Wilton, Boston. 

460. Portrait of the Hon. Grover 

Cleveland. 

461. Portrait of Mr. John La Farge. 

Loeb, Louis, New York. 

462. The Breeze. Lent by Mr. S. R. 

Guggenheim, New York. 

463. The Joyous Life. 

Low, Will H., New York. 

464. The Spring. 

465. The Elysian Lawn. 

466. An Arcadian Fount. 

467. The Felled Tree. 

468. The Carpet of Leaves. 

Lucas, Alfred P., New York. 

469. The Pink Shawl. 

Lyman, Joseph, New York. 

470. Magnolia, Massachusetts. 
MacCameron, Robert, Paris. 

471. A French Dancing Girl. 
MacMonnies, Mary, Paris. 

472. The Christmas Tree. 
473- Winter Landscape. 

McChesney, Clara T., New York. 

474. A Good Story. 
McCord, George H., New York. 

475. A Ledge of Bass Rocks. 
McEwen, Walter, Paris, France. 

476. A Game of Chess. 
Dutch Boys, Kite-flying. 
The Old Guard of the House oi 

Orange. 
An Ancestor. 
Madeleine. Lent by Mr. James 

Deering, Chicago. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Mcllhenny, C. Morgan, New York. 

481. Uplands. Lent by Mr. Samuel 

T. Shaw, New York. 

482. A Gray Morning. Lent by Mr. 

Samuel T. Shaw, New York. 

McLane, M. Jean, New York. 

483. The Girl in Gray. 

484. The Morning Visitor. 

Macomber, Mary L., Boston. 

485. The Hour Glass. 

486. Death and the Captive. 

Magee, J. C, Philadelphia. 

487. The Bay. 

488. Early Morning: Marine. 

Major, Ernest L., Boston. 

489. Heaven's Blue Smile. 

Marchand, J. N., New York. 

490. Discovery of the Mississippi 

River by Marquette, A. D., 1673. 

Marsh, Frederic D., Nutley, N. J. 

491. Lady in Rose. 

Mathewson, F. C, Providence, R. I. 

492. High Pastures. 



Maurer, Alfred H., Paris. 
493. The Seller of Songs. 
494. 



Girl in White. 



477. 
478. 

479- 
480. 



Mayer, Louis, Milwaukee. 

495. Lady in Black. 

Maynard, George W., New York. 

496. Sport. Lent by Mr. Samuel T. 

Shaw, New York. 

497. Surf. Lent by Mr. Samuel T. 

Shaw. New York. 

Meakin, L. H., Cincinnati. 

498. Autumn, Maine. 

499. Olive Trees and a Glimpse ©f 

Antibes. 

500. Near Camden, Maine. 

501. Lake and Mountain. 

Meeks, Eugene, Florence. 

502. Antonio Romano. 

503. Study in Antwerp. 

504. Study in Nuremberg. 

505. Study in Heidelberg Castle 



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33 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Melchers, J. Gari, Paris. 

506. Portrait de Jeune Fille. 

507. The Sisters. 

509. Man with Cloak. 

510. Portrait of President Harper, of 

the University of Chicago. Lent 
by the University of Chicago. 

Merritt, Anna Lea, London. 

511. Merry Maids. 

Mersfelder, Jules, Chicago. 

512. Landscape, Delavan, Wisconsin. 

Metcalf, Willard L., New York. 

513. The Convalescent. 

514. Battery Park, Spring. 

515. Gloucester Harbor. Lent by Mr. 

Samuel T. Shaw, New York. 

Meteyard, Thomas B., Scituate, Mass. 

516. The Bridge, Winter. 

Methven, Harry Wallace, Chicago. 

517. Ells Outlook. 

518. Spring. 

Miller, Charles H., New York. 

521. Sunset at Queenslawn, Queens, 

New York. 

Miller, Oscar, Paris. 

522. Girl Reading. 

Miller, Richard E., St. Louis. 

523. Moonlight. 

524. Portrait of Dr. Gregory. 

525. At her Devotions. 

526. Melody. 

527. Portrait of Madame H. 

Millet, F. D., New York. 

528. Portrait of Mr. William Winter. 

Millet, G. v., Kansas City, Missouri. 

529. Portrait. 

Minor, Robert C. (deceased). 

530. The End of Summer. 

531. Nightfall in the Forest. 

Mora, F. Luis, New York. 

532. Portrait of the Artist's Father. 

Moran, Thomas. 
534. Solitude. 

535- Cloud and Sunshine, Montauk, 
Long Island. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Moschowitz, Paul, New York. 

536. Mrs. M. and Child. 

537. Portrait of a Man. 

Mosler, Gustave Henry, New York. 

538. De Profundis. 

Mosler, Henry, New York. 

539. Devotion. 

Mura. Frank, London. 

540. Landscape with Cattle. 

Murphy, Hermann Dudley, Boston. 

542. Portrait of Rev. James Reed. 

Lent by the Boston Society of 
the New Jerusalem Church. 

543. Mystic Boulevard. 

544. Still Life. 

545. Portrait of Henry O. Tanner, the 

artist. 

Murphy, J. Francis, New York. 

546. November Day. Lent by Mr. 

Emerson McMillin, New York. 

547. Autumn. Lent by the Lotos 

Club, New York. 

Mutrux, Louis, St. Louis. 

548. Portrait Study. 

Myers, Jerome, New York. 

549. Open Square, New York. 

550. The Night Concert. Lent by Mr. 

William- M. Chase, New York. 

Mvgatt, R. K., New York. 

551. Edge of the Swamp, Ipswich, 

Massachusetts. 

Needham, Charles Austin, New York. 

552. Twin Falls of the Plaaterskill. 



553- 

554- 



Halcyon Hours. 
Summer Time. 



Nettleton, Walter, Stockbridge, Mass. 

555. Breton Lane in February. 

556. December Sunshine. 

557. Wind-swept Snow. 

558. Early Snowfall. 

Newell, G. Glenn, New York. 

559. Dragging the Wind-swept Hills. 

Newman, Carl, Philadelphia. 

560. Fireglow. Lent by Mrs. William 

Henry Fox, Philadelphia. 

Newman, Mrs. W. B., Nashville, Tenn. 

561. La Fille du Marin. 



34 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Nicoll, J. C, New York. 

562. Squally Weather. 

563. Summer Clouds. 

564. Near Pasadena, California. 

Nolan, Daniel J., Boston. 

565. The White Horse. 

Norcross, Eleanor, Paris. 

566. Interior. 

Norris, S. Walter, Philadelphia. 

567. The Red Boat. 
Norton, W. E., New York. 

568. Moonlight on the Thames. 

Nourse, Elizabeth, Paris. 

569. In the Shadow at Penmarch. 

(Finistere.) 

570. The Little Sister. 

571. Bigordine Children. 

Ochtman, Leonard, New York. 

572. Autumn Sunrise. Lent by Mr. 

Andrew Carnegie, New York. 

573. Frosty Acres. 

574i Early Morning. Lent by Mr. 
Samuel T. Shaw, New York. 

575. Winter Landscape. Lent by Mr. 

Samuel T. Shaw, New York. 

576. Wooded Acres. 

Palmer, Pauline, Chicago, 111. 

577. Tust before Candlelight. 

578. The White Shawl. 

579. The Silver Ball. 

Palmer, Walter L., Albany, N. Y. 

580. Evening Lights. 

581. Across the Fields. 

Pape, Eric, Boston. 

582. The Foaming Surges. 

Parker, Lawton S., Paris. 

583. Meditation. 

584. The Golden Age. 

585. Portrait of Mr. Martin A. Ryer- 

son. Lent by the University 
of Chicago. 

Parton, Arthur, New York. 

586. October Woods. Lent by Mr. 

G. H. Buek, Brooklyn. 

587. Evening Glow. 

Pattison, James William, Chicago. 

588. A Calm Night. 

Paul, Wm. H., Jr., Philadelphia. 

589. Waiting. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Paxton, William M., Boston. 

590. Portrait. 

Pazolt, Alfred J., London. 

591. Sunlit Seas. 

Penfold, Frank C, Paris. 

592. Le Conscrit. 

Perkins, Mary Smyth, Philadelphia. 

593. Peggy. 

Perrett, Galen W., Chicago. 

594. Alone. 

595. Preparing for Christmas. 

Perrine, Van Deering, New York. 

596. At Moonrise. 

597. Between Two Shores. 

598. Belated Return. Lent by Mrs 

J. Montgomery Sears. 

Perry, Lilla Cabot (Mrs. T. S. Perry), 
Boston. 

601. Portrait of an Artist. 

602. Japanese Lace Maker. Lent by 

Mr. Quincy A. Shaw, Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 

Peters, Charles Rollo, San Francisco. 

603. After the Gringo Came. Lent by 

the Lotos Club, New York. 

Piazzoni, G. F. P., San Francisco. 

606. The End of Day. 

Picknell, William L. (deceased). 

607. ]\Iorning on the Loing. Lent by 

Mrs. J. S. Flagg, Boston. 

Pierce, Charles F., Boston. 

608. Autumn. 

Poore, Harry R., Orange, N. J. 

609. In Holland. 

610. The End of the Trail. 

611. A Frosty Morning. 

Porter, Benjamin C, New York. 

612. Portrait of Mrs. B. C. Porter. 

613. Portrait of Mrs. Brush. 

613a. Portrait of Miss Marjorie Gould. 
Lent by Mr. George J. Gould, 
New York. 

Post, Mary A., Philadelphia. 

614. Portrait of Mr. W. C. Dodge. 



UNITED STATES. 



Oil Paintings. 



35 



Exhibit 

No. 

Post, W. Merritt, New York. 

615. The Pines, November. 

616. Sunny Morning in New Jersey. 

Potthast, Edward H., New York. 

617. Gathering Seaweed. Lent by the 

Lotos Club, New York. 

618. Moonrise, Mystic River. 

6ig. The Day of the Races, Province- 
town. 

Prellwitz, Henry, New York. 

620. Lotos and Laurel. 

Qualley, Lena, Paris. 

621. Study. 

Questgaard, Waldemar, New York. 

622. Portrait of Paulding Farnham, 

Esq. 

Raught, J. W., New York. 

623. Banks of the Oise. 

624. A Highway. 

Read, Henry, Denver. 

625. Dawn. 

Redfield, Edward W., Stockton, New 
Jersey. 

626. Valley of the Delaware. 

627. After Sundown. 

628. Three Boats. 

629. Boothbay Harbor. Lent by Mr. 

Samuel T. Shaw, New York. 

Redmond, Granville, San Francisco. 

630. California Landscape. 

Reed, Lillian R., Philadelphia. 

631. The Land of the Sky. 

Register, Emmasita, Ardmore, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

632. Portrait of Layton B. Register. 

Rehn, F. K. M., New York, 

633. The Rockdwellers. Lent by Mr. 

Claude Kilpatrick, St. Louis. 

634. The End of a Stormy Day. 

635. Rounding Eastern Point. 

Reid, Robert, New York. 

636. Autumn Iris. 

637. A Summer Girl. 

638. Dahlia. 

Remington, Frederick, New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 

639. "Your Soldier! He Say." 



Exhibit 

No. 

Rice, William M. J., New York. 

640. Portrait of a Lady. 
Rich, James Rogers, Boston. 

641. Sunrise in the Temple of Abou- 

Simbel. 

Richards, Anna M., London. 

642. Friends. 

Richards, Lee Greene, Paris. 

643. Portrait of Mrs. Richards. 
Richards, W. T., Newport, R. I. 

644. Breakers. 
Richardson, F. H., Ipswich, Mass. 

645. At Mass. 

Robinson, Theodore (deceased). 

647. The Canal. Lent by Mr. Samuel 

T. Shaw, New York. 

648. Mother and Child. Lent by Mr. 

Samuel T. Shaw, New York. 

649. In the Sun. Lent by Mr. Samuel 

T. Shaw, New York. 

650. Giverny. Lent by Mr. Samuel 

T. Shaw, New York. 

Robinson, Will S., New York. 

651. Early Evening: Marine. 

652. Evening before a Storm: Marine. 

Rolshoven, Julius, Florence, Italy. 

653. Venetian Interior. 

654. The Exodus, from the second 

book of Moses. "And when the 
cloud was taken up from over 
the tabernacle, the children of 
Israel went onward in all their 
journeys." Ex. xl., 36. 

655. A Florentine type of Etruscan 

origin. 

657. "La Commedia Umana," or a 

Masquerade. 

Rook, Edward F., New York. 

657a. San Juan Bautista de Coj'oacan. 

658. Santa Maria de los Angeles de 

Churubusco. 

659. The Volcano from Cuernavaca. 

660. Moonlight. 

661. The Inn. 

Rosenthal, Albert, Philadelphia. 

662. Col. M. Richards Muckle. 

664. Portrait of Clifford Grayson. 

665. Portrait of Miss I. 

Rothery, A., Omaha, Nebraska. 

666. Harvest Twilight. 
Rouland, Orlando, New York. 

667. Portrait of Miss M. T. D. 



36 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Russell, C. M., Great Falls, Montana. 

668. Pirates of the Plains. 
Sandona, Matteo, San Francisco. 

669. Portrait of Mrs. E. Unger. 

Sargent, John S., London. 

670. Portrait of the Misses Hunter. 

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Hunter, Darlington, Hants, 
England. 

671. Portrait of Mr. William M. Chase. 

672. Portrait of Mr. James Whitcomb 

Riley. Lent by The John Her- 
ron Art Institute, Indianapolis. 

Sartain, Emily, Philadelphia. 

673. Portrait of Hon. Frederick Fra- 

ley. 

Sartain, William, New York. 

674. The Meadow. 

Saxton, John Gordon, New York. 

675. November Day. 

Schmitt, Albert Felix, Boston. 

677. Portrait of Miss B. 

677a. Study of a Boy Reading. 

Schofield, W. Elmer, Philadelphia. 

678. Winter Morning. 

Schreyvogel, Charles, Hoboken, N. J. 

679. Custer's Demand. 

Schroeter, Alexander, New York. 

680. Campobello. 

Schwill, William V., New York. 

681. Portrait of Prince Henry of 

Prussia. 

682. Portrait of Mr. Karl Bitter. 

Sears, Taber, New York. 

683. Late Afternoon in Venice. 
Sewell, Amanda Brewster, New York. 

684. Portrait of Mrs. D. H. Morris 

and Children. 

685. Portrait of Mrs. Walter Russell. 
■ 686. Portrait of the Artist. 

Stwell, Robert V. V., New York. 

687. Birth of Ogier the Dane. 
Shannon, J. J., London. 

68g. Lndj' Diana Manners. 

690. Phil May. 

Sharp, J. H., Cincinnati. 

691. Old Dog, a noted Crow chief. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Sheppard, Warren, New York. 

692. The Trackless Sea. 

Sherwood, M. C, New York. 

693. The Burden. 

Shirlaw, Walter, New York. 

694. Gathering Seaweed, Brittany. 

Shulz, Adolph R., Delavan, Wis, 

696. Native Willows. 

697. The Great Willow. 

Shurtleff, R. M., New York. 

698. The Silent Woods. 

Sieber, Edward G., New York. 

700. The Call. 

Simmons, Edward, Paris. 

701. Darby and Joan. 

Sloan, John, Philadelphia. 

702. Independence Square, Philadel 

phia. 

703. Young Mother. 

Smillie, George H., New York. 

704. In the Berkshires. Lent by the 

Lotus Club, New York. 

Smith, Charles L. A., Chicago. 

705. Evening Tones. 

Smith, De Cost, New York. 

706. The Frontier IMail. 

Smith, Letta Crapo, Detroit, Mich. 

707. First Birthday. 

Smith, W. Granville, New York. 

708. On the Beach. 

Snell, Henry B., New York. 

709. A Cornish Harbor. 

710. Dawn on Mid-ocean. 

711. The Inner Harbor, Polperro. 

Sotter, George William, Pittsburg. 



712. 
713- 



Afternoon Lij 
Mid-winter. 



ht. 



Stacey, Anna L., Chicago. 

714. At Grandma's. 

Stacey, John F., Chicago. 

715. Road to the Sound. 

Steele, Theodore C, Indianapolis. 

716. Low Tide. Oregon Coast. 

717. The Old Mills. 

718. November Morning. 

719. The Old Sycamores. 



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37 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Steichen, Eduard, New York. 

720. Trembling Leaves. 
720a. Beethoven. 

Stetson, Charles Walter, Rome. 

721. A Dream of Nemi. Lent by Mrs. 

Ledig Taussig, San Francisco. 

722. An Antique Dance. Lent by 

Mrs. Ledig Taussig, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Stewart, Julius L., Paris. 

723. Portrait of Mme. X. 

724. Grand Matin (nude figure). 

725. The Blue Butterfly. 

726. A Supper Party. 

Stokes, Frank Wilfred, New York. 

729. Repose. 

Svendsen, Charles C, Chicago. 

730. Just Before Sunrise. 

731. After a Spring Rain. 

Sylvester, Frederick Oakes, St. Louis. 

732. Moonlight on the River. 

733. The River. 

Symon, George Gardner, London. 

734. Cornish Hillside. 

Tack, Augustus Vincent, Deerfield, Mass. 

735. Portrait, Col. T. W. Higginson. 

Talcott, Allen B., New York. 

736. The Pasture Oak. 

737. Oaks in Bloom. 

738. The Connecticut at Deep River. 

739. A Wood Road. 

Tanner, Henry O., Paris. 

740. Daniel in the Lion's Den. 

Tarbell, Edmund C, Boston. 

741. Girl with Dog. 

742. The Venetian Blind. 

Tauszky, Anthony, Paris. 

743- La Visite. 

Taylor, Elizabeth V., Boston. 

744- Portrait of Christine Woollett 

Lent by Miss Woollett, Cam 
bridge. 

Theriat, Charles J., Paris. 

745- A C.Travan in Algeria. 

746. Rocks at Al Kantara, Algeria. 

Thomas, S. Seymour, Paris. 

747- Portrait of Mrs. Emory Clapp. 
748. Portrait of Mrs. S. Seymour 
Thomas. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Thomas, Paul K. M., Philadelphia, 

749. Portrait of Mrs. J. Madison Tay- 

lor. 

Thomason, Frances Q., Paris. 

750. Studio Corner. 

Thompson, Mrs. Harry, Paris. 

751. Marchande de Statuettes. 

Thompson, Leslie P., Medford, Mass. 

752. The Wells River. 

753. New England Landscape. 

Thome, William, New York. 

754. Portrait of Mrs. Floyd Wesley 

Finch. 

755. Miss Edith Deveraux Clapp. 

756. Portrait of Mr. Carl Kunoltz. 

Thum, Patty, Louisville, Kentucky, 

757. Roses. 

Todd, Henry Stanley, New York. 

758. Portrait of Colonel Mann. 

Tryon, D. W., New York. 

759. Twilight. Lent by Mrs. John T. 

Davis, St. Louis. 

760. Autumn, New Eneland. Lent by 

Mr. William K. Bixby, St. 
Louis. 

761. After Showers. Lent by Mr. 

William K. Bixby, St. Louis. 

762. Dawn: Early Spring. Lent by 

Mr. William K. Bixby, St. 
Louis. 

Turcas, Jules, New York. 

764. Casting. 

Twachtman, J. H. (deceased). 

765. October. 

766. Winter Landscape. 

767. Niagara Falls. 

Ulmann, Eugene Paul, Paris. 

768. Zandvoort, Holland. 

769. Before the Mirror. 

Urban, Hermann, Munich. 

770. Ruins. 

771. Morning. 

Vail, Eugene, Paris. 

772. Red Canal, Venice. 

773. Voices of the Sea. 

775. St. Mark's, Venice. 
775a. II pleut sur la Ville. 

Van Boskerck, Robert W., New York. 

776. Noon, River Loing, at Nemours, 

France. 

777. Forest of Fontainebleu. 

778. The River at Nemours. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 
Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Van Buren, Stanbery, Columbus, Ohio. 

779. Yellow Leaves. 
Vanderpoel, John H., Chicago. 

780. Little Miss Moffett. 

Van der Veer, Mary, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

781. The Father Fislies up the North 

Sea. 

Van der Weyden, Henry, Paris. 

782. Moonlight. 

783. The Lighthouse. 

Van Elten, Kruseman, Paris. 

784. The Last Rays. 

Van Laer, Alexander T., New York. 

785. Bronxville Meadow, February. 

786. A Brandywine Meadow, near 

Chadd's Ford, Penn. 

787. Evening, near Scarsdale, New 

York. 

Vedder, Simon Harmon, London. 

788. Flight into Egypt. 
Vinton, Frederic P., Boston. 

789. Portrait of Henry E. Howland, 

Esq. Lent by Mr. Henry How- 
land, New York. 

790. Portrait of the late Hon. A. W. 

Beard. Lent by U. S. Custom 
House, Boston. 

Volk, Douglas, New York. 

791. Boy with Arrow. 

792. The Woodland Maid. Lent by 

Mr. Samuel T. Shaw, New 
York. 

793. Maid Marian. 

Vonnoh, Robert W., New York. 

794. Portrait. Little Louise. Lent by 

Mrs. William L. Elkins, Ash- 
bourne, Philadelphia. 

795. Portrait, Master Cyrus McCor- 

mick. Lent by Mr. Cyrus Mc- 
Cormick, Chicago. 

796. Portrait of Mrs. Vonnoh. 

797. Dahlias, Salvias, Petunias. 

798. Mist and Blossoms. 

Voorhees, Clark G., New York. 

799. Lyme Church, Connecticut. 

Wadsworth, Frank R., Chicago. 

800. On the Spaarne, Haarlem. 

Walcott, H. M., New York. 

803. The Contest. 

804. Gossip. Lent by Mr. Samuel T. 

Shaw, New York. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Waldeck, Carl Gustav, St. Louis. 

805. Portrait of the Artist's Brother. 

806. Portrait of the Artist. 

Walden, Lionel, Paris. 

807. In the Path of the Sun. 

Walker, Henry Oliver, Lakewood, N. J. 

808. The Singers. Lent by Mr. Sam- 

uel T. Shaw, New York. 

809. Morning. Lent by Mr. Samuel 

T. Shaw, New York. 

Walker, Horatio, New York. 

810. A Milk Yard. Lent by Dr. A. T. 

Sanden, New York. 

811. A Sty. Lent by Mr. N. E. 

Montross, New York. 

812. Ploughing, The First Gleam. 

Lent by the Artist. 

813. Ice Cutters. Lent by Mr. N. E. 

Montross, New York. 

Warner, Everett L., Paris. 

814. Moonrise in Picardy. 
Washburn, Cadwallader, Paris. 

816. Scene in Montreuil-sur-Mer. 
Waterman, Marcus, Boston. 

817. Cafe des Platanes, El Hamma. 

818. From the Court of the Lions, 

Alhambra. Lent by Mr. Charles 
Sidney Waldo, Jamaica Plain, 
Mass. 

819. The Roc's Egg. Lent by Mr. 

Charles Sidney Waldo, Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 

Watkins, Susan, Paris. 

820. The Brittany Maid. 

821. The 1830 Girl. 

822. The Necklace. 

Watrous, Harry W., New York. 

823. She who hesitates. Lent by 

Mrs. E. W. Bliss, New York. 

824. Records. 

Watson, Dawson, Winchester, Mass. 

825. Late Afternoon. 
Waugh, Frederick J., London. 

827. A Song of Love. 

Weber, F. W., New York. 

828. Winter Evening. 

Weeks, Edwin Lord (deceased). 

829. Ispahan. 

830. The Wedding Feast. 

831. The Doctor's Visit. 

832. The Porter of Bagdad. 



UNITED STATES. 
Oil Paintings. 



39 



Exhibit 

No. 

Wehrschmidt, Daniel A., London. 

833. Down arrjong the Dead Men. 

834. After the Surrender. 

Weir, J. Alden, New York. 

836. The Donkey Ride. 

837. Willimantic. 

Weir, John F., New Haven, Conn. 

838. The Rest. 

Wendt, William, London. 

839. The White Cloud. 

840. Twilight. 

841. California Landscape. 
Wentworth, Cecile de, Paris. 

842. Solitude. 

Wetherbee, George, London. 

843. Halcyon Days. 

844. Music of Pipe and Brook. 

845. When the Heart is Young. 

846. A Summer Sea. Lent by Mr. 

Charles M. Kurtz, New York. 

Wheeler, Janet, Philadelphia. 

847. Portrait of Master Huston 

Woodward. 

848. Portrait of Master Francis T. 

Chambers, Jr. 

849. Portrait of Miss Christine Clark. 
849a. Ethel — The Communicant. 

Whistler, James A. McNeill (deceased). 

850. Rosa Corder. Lent by Mr. 

Richard Canfield. 

Whiteman, S. Edwin, Baltimore. 

852. Looking toward the Sea. 

Whittemore, W. J., New York. 

853. The Little Idler. 

Whittredge, Worthington, New York. 

854. The Brook, Catskills. 

855. A Rhode Island Orchard. 

856. Spring on River. 

Wicker, John P., Detroit, Michigan. 

857. Portrait of Maurice B. 

858. Portrait of George S. 

859. Portrait of Mrs. W. W. W. 

Wiegand, Gustav, New York. 

860. The Belated Shepherd. 

Wiggins, Carleton, New York. 

861. A Holstein Cow. 

862. The Oaks. 

863. Evening, Village of Grez, France. 

Lent by Mr. Charles M. Kurtz, 
New York. 

864. Evening on Cape Cod. Lent by 

Mr. Charles M. Kurtz, New 
York. 



Exhibit 
No. 



Wiles, Irving R., New York. 



865. 
866. 



867. 
868. 

869. 



Miss Julia Marlowe. 

A Long Island Road. Lent by 

Mr. Samuel T. Shaw, New 

York. 
Mrs. G. H. Gilbert. 
The Yellow Rose. Lent by Mr. 

Samuel T. Shaw, New York. 
Mrs. Irving R. Wiles. 

Wiley, Frederick J., New York. 

870. A Romance. 

871. Morning. 

872. Mid-day. 

873. Afternoon. 

874. Promenade. 

Wilson, J. Coggeshall, Paris. 

875. Portrait. 

Wolff, Gustav, St. Louis. 

876. Sunset. 

877. Winter. 

Wood, Louise, Philadelphia. 

878. Une Femme Serieuse. 

Wood, Ogden, Paris. 

879. Going to the Fair, Coast of Nor 

mandy. 

880. Normandy Heifers. 

Woodbury, Charles H., Boston. 

881. North Atlantic. 

882. A Sunset at Sea. 

Woodward, Ellsworth, New Orleans. 

883. Portrait. 

Woodwell, Joseph R., Pittsburg. 

884. Live Oaks. 

885. The Whirlpool: Niagara. 

886. St. Johns River. 

Woolf, S. J., New York. 

887. Portrait. 

Wores, Theodore, New York. 

888. A Court of the Alhambra. 
Wright, Alma B., Paris. 

889. Alice. 

Wuerpel, Edmund H., St. Louis. 

890. In the Hollow. 

891. The Song of the Marsh. 

892. Silence. 

893. Evening Glow. 

Wyant, A. H. (deceased). 

894. Early Morning. Lent by Mr. 

Emerson McMillin, New York. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Oil and Mural Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 



Wyant, A. H. (deceased) — Continued. 

895. In the Still Forest. Lent by Mrs. 

A. L. Wyant, New York. 

896. A Windy Day. Lent by the 

Louisville Public Library, 
Louisville, Ky. 

Yates, Cullen, New York. 

898. Falling Leaves and Misty Sky. 

Young, Charles Morris, Philadelphia. 

899. Earlv Spring. 

900. The Frozen MillRace. 

901. December Morning. 

902. Winter. 

Young, Eliza M. C, Philadelphia. 

903. New England Coast. 

MURAL PAINTINGS. 

Armstrong, Helen Maitland, New York. 

904. "Charity." Cartoon for Memorial 

Window by Maitland Arm- 
strong, at Pasadena, Cal. 

905. "Building the Temple." Cartoon 

for Memorial Window by Mait- 
land Armstrong, for George 
Vanderbilt, Biltmore, N. C, for 
Richard Morris Hunt. 

906. Sketch for Window by Maitland 

Armstrong, in American Geo- 
graphical Society's Building in 
New York. 

908. "Christ disputing with the Doc- 

tors." Sketch for Memorial 
Window by Maitland Arm- 
strong for George Vanderbilt, 
Biltmore, N. C, for F. Law 
Olmsted. 

909. "Entombment." Sketch for Me- 

morial Window by Maitland 
Armstrong, for George Van- 
derbilt, Biltmore, N. C, for 
Paul Leicester Ford. 

Bartlett, Frederic, Chicago. 

910. Theater Curtain. Photograph. 

911. Medieval Tournament. Decora- 

tion for the Gymnasium of the 
University of Chicago. Photo- 
graph. 

912. Medieval Tournament. Decora- 

tion for the Gymnasium of the 
University of Chicago. Photo- 
graph. 

Bensoh, Frank W., Salem, Mass. 

913. October. Wall Panel. 

914. Decoration for Library of Con 

gress. Photographs. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Blashfield, Edwin Howland, New York. 

915. Decoration of Drexel Library. 

Pencil Drawing. 

916. Decoration of Drexel Library. 

Photograph. 

917. Decoration of Baltimore Court 

House. Pencil Drawing. 

918. Decoration of Baltimore Court 

House. Photograph. 

919. Uses of Wealth. Lunette in Citi- 

zens' Bank, Cleveland. Photo- 
graph. 

920. Decoration of Vanderbilt house. 

Photograph. 

921. Power of the Law. Decoration 

in Court of Appeals, New York. 
Photograph. 

922. Terpsichore. Decoration for 

house of the late Collis P. 
Huntingdon. Charcoal Draw- 
ing. 

923. Dancing Figure. Chalk Drawing. 

924. Thrift and the Wolf. Decoration 

in Prudential Building, Newark, 
N. J. Photograph. 

925. Prudence binding Fortune. Deco- 

ration in Prudential Building, 
Newark, N. J. Photograph. 

926. Decoration for the Court of Ap- 

peals. Pencil Drawing. 

927. Music. Decoration in the house 

of Adolf Lewisohn, New York. 
Photograph. 

928. Study. Pencil Drawing. 

Breck, George W. 

930. Public Library Decoration, "Edu- 

cation." 

931. "State of Pennsylvania," for a 

Public Building. 

Burgess. Ida J., New York. 

932. Potnona's Garden. 

Burroughs, Bryson, New York. 

933. City of the Towers. 

934. The Soil. 

935. The Archers. 

Clements, Gabrielle D., Baltimore. 

936. Saint Peter — a Study for a Mural 

Decoration. 

Cowles, Maud Alice, Farmington, Conn. 

937. St. Michael, St. Raphael, St. 

Gabriel. Design for window in 
St. Michael's Church, German- 
town. 

Cox, Kenyon, New York. 
1 938. Venice. Photograph. 

939. Sources of Wealth. Photograph. 



I 



UNITED STATES. 



41 



Mural Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Crawford, Earl Stetson, New York. 

940. Design for Overmantel. 

Curtis, Constance, New York. 

941. Panel for Music Room. 
Dielman, Frederick, New York. 

942. "I,aw." Design for Mosaic in 

Library of Congress, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

943. "History." Design for Mosaic in 

Library of Congress, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

944. "Typography" and "Commerce 

and Manufactures." Photo- 
graphs. 

945. "Diffusion of Intelligence," "Jus- 

tice," "Instruction," "Modera- 
tion." Photographs in a frame. 

946. "Newsgathering," "Art," "His- 

tory," and "Literature." Photo- 
graphs. 

947. "Steam," and "Electricity." 

Photographs. 
Deming, Edward W., New York. 

948. (a) Lunette: Hiawatha's Com- 

bat with the West Wind. 

(b) Lunette: Hiawatha's Com- 

bat with Massasaquan, the 
Spirit of Fever and Ague. 

(c) Lunette: Hiawatha Wres- 

tling with Mondamin, the 
Spirit of Corn. 

(d) Limette: Hiawatha Chasing 

Paupukewis, the Spirit of 

Mischief. 
949-950. Friezes: "The Moose Hunt." 
Two Parts. Lent by Mrs. H. 
Osterheld, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Dodge, W. de Leftwich, New York. 

951. Ceiling Decoration Empire Thea- 

tre, New York, Fete de Nuit, 
Louis XV. Photograph. 

952. Ceiling, Northwest Corner Pavil- 

ion, Library of Congress, "Am- 
bition." Photograph. 

953. Two Lunettes, Majestic Theater, 

Boston: (a) Greek Dance. Pho- 
tograph, (b) Egyptian Dance. 
Photograph. 

Grover Oliver Dennett, Chicago. 

Four designs in water color for 
decoration of Blackstone Mem 
orial Library: 

954. "Art." 

955. "Labor." 

956. "Literature." 

957. "Science." 

958. Frame of four photographs of 

above designs. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Hunt, William M. (deceased). 

958a. Lunette: Aurora. Water color. 

Kaufman, J. F., New York. 

959. Adoration of the Shepherds 

Kline, William F., New York. 

960. "In Times of Peace." 

Lamb, Ella Condie, New York. 

961. The Christ Child. 
Lauber, Joseph, New York. 

962. Decorative paintings in Appellate 

Court, New York. Photograph. 

963. Window in Ascension Church. 

Designed and executed by J. L. 
Photograph. 

964. Chancel Windows, St. Paul's 

Church, Richmond, Virginia. 
Photograph. 

966. Design for Mosaic. In Color. 

967. Sketch for Window. 

Lichtenauer, J. M., Jr., New York. 

968. Education. 

969. Decoration for Ceiling of Music 

Room. Photograph. 

Loomis, Chester, Englewood, N. J. 

971. "Architecture and the Allied 

Arts." 

Low, Will H., New York. 

972. Photograph of the Interior of the 

Ballroom of the Hotel Waldorf- 
Astoria, New York — showing 
Mural Decorations by Will H. 
Low. 

973. Homage to Woman. Photograph 

of Decoration of Ladies' Recep- 
tion Room, Hotel Waldorf- 
Astoria. 

974. Golden Autumn. Photograph of 

Decoration in the residence of 
Mr. W. V. Lawrence. 

975. Frame of Photographs. Decora- 

tion of Ballroom, Hotel Wal- 
dorf-Astoria. 

976. Frame of Photographs. Decora- 

tion of Ballroom of Hotel 
Waldorf-Astoria. 

977. Frame of Photographs. Decora- 

tion of Ballroom of Hotel 
Waldorf-Astoria. 

Marsh, Frederick Dana, Nutley, N. J. 

978. "Bridge Building." 

979- "Earth Yields Her Treasures." 

980. "The Span." 

981. "Pittsburg." 



42 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 
Mural Paintings, Water Colors and Pastels. 



Exhibit 
No. 

McLane, M. Jean, New York. 

982. Frieze for Child's Playroom. 

Mora, F. Luis, New York. 

983. Decorative Panel, "SuflFer Little 

Children to Come unto Me." 

Oakley, Vioiet, Villanova, Pennsylvania. 

984. Study for mural decoration for 

Church of All Angels, New 
York. 

O'Brien, Madeleine, New York. 

985. Design for Hanging. 
Perkins, Lucy Fitch, Chicago. 

986. "Ivanhoe." Frame containing 

three designs in water colors 
for decorative panels. Lent by 
Prang & Co. 

Sears, Taber, New York. 

987. Sketch for Aldermanic Chamber, 

City Hall, New York. 

988. Boy with Falcon. 

Sewell, Robert V. V., New York. 



989 
990, 
991 
992 
993 
994 
995 
996 

997 



Psyche Returns from Hades. 

Story of Psyche. 

Psyche Loses Love. 

Psyche's Wanderings. 

Before the Throne of Venus. 

Psyche Finds Love. 

Psyche Overcome. 

Religious Art. 

Canterbury Pilgrims. (Photo- 
graph of frieze of Georgian 
Court.) 



Shean, Charles M., New York. 

998. Decorative Panel. 

Shirlaw, Walter, New York. 

999. The Crescent Moon. 



1000. 

lOOI. 



The Rainbow. 
The Lost Chord. 



Turner, C. Y., New York. 

1002. Barter with the Indians. Orig- 

inal Sketch for Decoration for 
Corridor of Baltimore Court 
House. Water Color. 

1003. Photographs of detail of above 

Two frames. 

1004. Triumph of Manhattan. Three 

Photographs. 

1006. Triumph of Manhattan. Orig- 
inal Sketch for Decoration. 

1006a. Barter with the Indians. Deco- 
ration for Corridor of Balti- 
more Court House. Photo- 
graph of details. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Stoddard, Frederick L., St. Louis. 

1007. The Road to Paradise. Deco- 

rative Panel. 

Vaillant, Louis D., New York. 

1008. Roman Poet. 
looSa. Mediaeval Poet. 

Vedder, Elihu, Rome. 

1009. Decorative Fragment. 

Walker, Henry Oliver, Lakewood, N. J. 

loio. "Lyric Poetry," sketch for Con- 
gressional Library. 

loioa. Sketch for "Lyric Poetry." 
Photograph from original. 

ion. "Wisdom," sketch for Appellate 
Court. 

loiia. Sketch for "Wisdom." Photo- 
graph from original. 

1012. "Eliot Preaching," sketch for 

Boston State House. 
1012a. Sketch for "Eliot Preaching." 
Photograph from original. 

1013. "Boy of Winander," sketch for 

Congressional Library. 
1013a. Sketch for "Boy of Winander." 
Photograph from original. 

1014. "Pilgrims on the Mayflower," 

sketch for Massachusetts State 
House. 
1014a. Sketch for "Pilgrims on the 
Mayflower." Photograph from 
original. 

Walton, Frederick C, Chicago. 

1015. Design for Mural Decoration of 

Chapel. 

Wenzell, A. B., New York. 

1016. Decorative Panel. Pastel. 
ioi6a. Decorative Panel. Pastel. 

WATER COLORS AND PASTELS. 

Abbott, Elenore Plaisted, Philadelphia. 

1017. Study. 

AUis, Harry, Paris. 

1017a. Moonlight in Normandy. 

Allen, Thomas, Boston. 

1018. Dartmoor. 

Annan, Alice H., New York. 

1019. Across the Arno. 

Anshutz, Thomas P., Fort Washington, 
Pa. 

1020. Portrait of a Young Cello 

Player. Pastel. 

Barse, George R., New York. 

1022. Campagna Romana. Pastel. 
Lent by Mr. William Clausen, 
New York. 



UNITED STATES. 



43 



Water Colors and Pastels. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Bates, Bertha C. D., Wilmington, Del. 

1023. The Magic Mirror. 

Beckwith, J. Carroll, New York, 

1024. A Girl of Manhattan. Pastel. 

1025. Childhood. Pastel. 

Bicknell, E. M., New York. 

1026. Hard a-Lee. 

Birney, W. Verplanck, New York. 

1027. The Old Manse. 

Blum, Robert F. (deceased) 

1028. The Pumpkin Vender. Lent by 

Mrs. Henrietta Haller, Cincin- 
nati. 

1029. The Fifty-Eighth Street Ele- 

vated Railway Station, New 
York. Pastel. Lent by Air. 
William J. Baer, New York. 

Bradley, Susan H., Boston. 

1030. Mt. Robinson, Mount Desert, 

Me. 

Breckenridge, Hugh H., Fort Washing- 
ton, Pa. 

1031. Lantern Glow. Pastel. 

1032. Rest. Pastel. 

1033. The Red Tree. Pastel. 

Bridges, Fidelia, Canaan, Conn. 

1034. Wild Lilies by the Sea. 
Bright, John Irwin, Philadelphia. 

1035. The Harbor. 
Bristol, J. B., New York. 

1036. Near Lake Placid. Lent by Mr. 

J. C. Nicoll, New York. 

Brown, J. G., New York. 

1037. Hold Still. 

Browse, Mabel E., Grape Island, W. Va. 

1038. Roses. 
Budworth, W. S., New York. 

1039. End of Day. 

1042. October Afternoon. 

1043. Fog on Biddeford Pool, Maine. 

Buehr, Karl Albert, Chicago. 

1044. Companionship. 
Bumpus, M. L., Quincy, Mass. 

1045. Return in the Fog, Gloucester 

Pastel. 

Burleigh, Sidney R., Providence, R. I. 

1046. The Old Skipper. 
Burpee, William B., Boston. 

1048. Winter Sunset. Pastel. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Butler, Howard Russell, New York. 

1049. Marine. Pastel. 

1050. Long Island Landscape. Pastel 

Castello, Eugene, Philadelphia. 

1051. Gate of Justice, Cairo. 

Chapman, Carlton T., New York. 

1052. The Wasp and the Frolic. 

Chase, William M., New York. 

1054. Autumn. Pastel. 

Clements, George H., Flushing, N. Y. 

1055. An Arab Wedding. 

Clinedinst, Benjamin West, New York. 

1056. Long Ago. Lent by Mr. John 

J. Walton, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1057. What Color? 

Clopath, H., Minneapolis, Minn. 

1058. Head of a Girl. Colored crayon. 

Colby, Josephine Ward, New York. 

1059. Cupid and my Campaspe played 

at Cards for Kisses. 

Coleman, Samuel, Newport, R. I. 

1060. On the Mediterranean. Lent bv 

Mr. J. C. Nicoll, New York. ' 

Coman, Charlotte B., New York. 

1061. A Hillside. 

Comins, Eben F., Boston. 

1063. The Fletchhorn, Simplon, Swit- 

zerland. 

Conant, Lucy S., Boston. 

1064. Venice. 

Cooper, Colin Campbell, Philadelphia. 

1065. Broad Street. New York. Lent 

by Mr. A. F. Hyde, New York. 

Cooper, Emma Lampert, Philadelphia. 

1067. The Weaver, Canada. 

1068. The News of the Day. 

1069. Lincoln Cathedral. 

1070. Uncle Jacob. 

Costello, Eugene, Philadelphia. 

1071. Gate of Justice. 

Couse, E. Irving, New York. 

1072. The Arrow Maker. Lent by 

Dr. F. Whiting, New York. 

Crowninshield, Frederic, New York. 

1073. Giovanni. 

Curran, Charles C, New York. 

1074. Pomona. Lent by Mr. W. W. 

Renwick, New York. 

Curtis, Constance, New York. 

1075. Joan. 



44 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Water Colors and Pastels. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Daingerfield, Elliott, New York. 

1076. A Summer Night. 

1077. Under Moonlit Skies. 

Dana, Charles E., Philadelphia. 

1078. Tomb of Sultan Hasan, Cairo, 

Egypt. 

1079. Candebec en Caux. On the 

Seine, France. 

Dawson, George Walter, Philadelphia. 

1080. Lotus Plower. 

1081. Water Lily. 

1082. Box-bordered Path to Bosk, 

Duke of Laute's Garden, Italy. 

De Luce, Percival, New York. 

1083. Incense. 

Dewey, Charles Melville, New York. 

1084. Indian Summer. Lent by Miss 

Julia Wilder Kurtz, New 
York. 

1085. November Evening. 

Dewing, T. W., New York. 

1085a. Study — nude. Lent by Mr. Stan- 
ford White, New York. 
1085b. Study — nude. 
1085c. Study — nude. Lent by Mr. 

Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 
io85d. Portrait. Lent by Mrs. Watson 

M. Freer, Detroit. 
loSse. Study — Blue Drapery. Lent by 

Mr. William K. Bixby, St. 

Louis. 
io85f. Study — Pink Drapery. Lent by 

Mr. Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 
io85g. Study — Yellow Drapery. Lent 

by Col. Frank J. Hecker, De- 
troit. 
io85h. Study — nude. Lent by Mr. 

Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 

Dielman, Frederick, New York. 

1086. Eugenia. 

1087. Cold Spring Harbor. 

Dillaye, Blanche, Philadelphia. 

1088. Little Venice, Evening. 

Douglas, Walter, Morristown, N. J. 

1089. Fowls. 

Drake, Will H., New York. 

1090. The Brook. 

Dull, John J., Philadelphia. 

1091. Landscape. 

Eaton, Charles Warren, New York. 

1092. Moonlight in Flanders. 

1093. Murmuring Pines. 

1094. Spirit of the Twilight. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Edwards, George Wharton, New York. 

1095. New England Fishing Village. 

1096. The Sabot Shop. 

Ertz, Edward, Polperro, Cornwall, Ensr- 

land. 

1097. Fishing Boats at Anchor. 
Fenn, Harry, New York. 

1098. Gateway of San Gregorio, Val- 

ladolid, Spain. 

Fleury, Albert, Chicago. 

1099. The Auditorium. 
Forsyth, W., Indianapolis. 

1100. A Valley Road, 
iioi. In the Afternoon. 

1102. On the Kentucky River. 

Foss, H. Campbell, New York. 

1103. Japanese Hvdrangeas. 

1 104. Pink Phlox. Pastel. 

Foster, Ben., New York. 

1105. Coming Night. 
Fromuth, Charles, Paris. 

1105a. Fisherman, Concarneau. Pastel. 
1105b. Harmony. Pastel. 

Fry, Georgia Timkin, New York. 

1106. In the Dunes. Pastel. 

1 107. The Return of the Flock. 

Gallagher, Sears, West Roxbury, Mass. 

1108. The Wreck. 
Garrett, Edmund H., Boston. 

1109. Clovelly, over the Roof Trees, 
iiio. Groombridge, Kent. 

Gifford, R. Swain, New York, 
iiii. Mt. Edgecombe. 

Gilbert, C. Allen, New York. 

1 1 12. Winter Moon. Pastel. 

1113. Winter Woods. 

1114. Autumn. Pastel. 

Greatorex, Kathleen H., Paris. 

1114a. Almond Blossoms, Palazzo 

Strozzi, Florence. 
1114b. Autumn. 

Green, Frank Russell, New York. 

1115. Starlight Night. 

Greene, F. Stewart, New York. 

1116. Dark and Dreary. 

Gruppe, Charles P. 

1118. Gray Skies, Holland. 

1119. November Evening near the 

Hague. 



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45 



Water Colors and Pastels. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Gtierin, Jules, New York. 

1120. The Faggot Gatherer. 

1121. A Frosty Morning. 

Hallett, Hendricks A., Boston. 

1122. "Old Ocean." 

Hallowell, George H., Boston. 

1123. Katahdin Lake. 

1123a. Festa: Southern Italy (i). 

1124. Sunset at Sunksoss. 
1124a. Greek Captive. 

1125. Moonlight and Maples., 
1125a. Sunrise, Katahdin Lake. 

1126. The Woodman. 
1126a. Nejegus, Montenegro. 

1127. Burnt Forest. 

1127a. Festa: Southern Italy (2). 

1128. River Driver's Camp. 
1128a. Festa near Naples. 

1129. Driving the Penobscot. 
1129a. Ruins, Salona. Dalmatia. 

Hardenbergh, Elizabeth R. 
113G. Geraniums. 

Hassam, Childe, New York. 

1131. Nocturne, Rainy Midnight. 

1132. An Island Garden. Pastel. 

1133. November. Pastel. 

Haydock, May S., Philadelphia. 

113.4. Bride Roses. 

1135. Chrysanthemums. 

Herter, Adele, Paris. 

1136. Portrait. Pastel. 

Herter, Albert, Paris. 

1137. The Spirit of the Renaissance. 

1 138. Sorrow. Pastel. 

Homer, Winslow, New York. 

1139. Snake in the Grass. Lent by 

Mr. J. C. Nicoll, New York. 

Hore, Ethel, New York. 

1140. Peonies. 

Howland. George, Paris. 

1141. Portrait. Pastel. 

Hudson, Charles W., Hyde Park, Mass. 

1142. The Old Crow Tree — a Cedar. 

Ingham, Elizabeth H., Montclair, N. J. 

1143. Across the Basin, Luxembourg 

Gardens. 

1144. Rio St. Polo. Afternoon in 
Venice. 

Isham, Samuel, New York. 

1145. The Italian Comedy. 

Jones, H. Bolton, New York. 

1146. Winter. Lent by Mr. J. C. 

Nicoll, New York. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Kaula, W. J., Boston. 

1147. Moonrise. 

1148. Over the Dunes. 

Keith, Dora Wheeler, New York. 

1149. Penelope. 

Keller, Arthur I., New York, 

1 150. Hester Prynne and Arthur Dim- 

mesdale. 

1151. The Finishing Touches. Lent 

by Mrs. T. B. Reynolds, New 
York. 

1152. The Sisters. 

Kinsella, James, New York. 

1154. Old State House, Boston. 

1155. Rue St. Jacques, Bruges. 

1156. The Cathedral of Quebec. 

LaFarge, J., New York. 

1157. Bridle Path, Tahiti. 

1158. Autumn. 

1 1 59. Diadem Mountain at Sunset. 

Liebscher, Gustav, New York. 

1 160. Grand Canon of Arizona. 

Linson, Corwin K., Farmingdale, N. J. 

1161. On the Aegean Sea. 

1162. Death of Judas. 

1 163. Meeting of Jesus and Martha. 

Lippincott, William H., New York. 

1164. A Marine Doctor. 

Little, John Wesley, Fort Washington, 
Penn. 

1165. The Drinking Place. 

McCord, George H., New York. 

1166. Barnacle Rocks. Pastel. 

1167. Marsh and Woodland. Pastel. 

1168. Cragsmoor Beech Trees. Pas- 

tel. 

Mcllhenny, C. Morgan, New York. 

1 169. November. 

McKnight, Dodge, Boston. 

1170. Sand Dune on Cape Cod. Lent 

by Mrs. J. M. Sears, Boston. 

1171. South of France. Lent by Mrs. 

J. M. Sears, Boston. 

1172. A Hamlet in Winter. 

McLane, M. Jean, New York. 

1173. Children of the Street — Bubbles. 

1174. Old Woman. 

MacChesney, Clara T., New York. 

1177. The Patriarch. Pastel. 

Manley, Thomas R., Montclair, N. J. 

1178. Pool. 

1179. The ^^'oodcho;■>pel■. 
1179a. Misty Spring. Pastel. 



46 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Water Colors and Pastels. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Maury, Cornelia F., St. Louis. 

1180. Mother and Child. Pastel. 

1181. Little Sister. Pastel. Lent by 

Mr. Halsey C. Ives, St. Louis. 

Mora, F. Luis, New York. 

1182. The Cigarette. 
Moran, Percy, New York. 

1183. Afterglow. 

1 184. An Old Campaigner. 

Moser, James Henry, Washington, D. C. 

1 185. Green Bridge Light. 
Muhrman, Henry, London. 

1 186. A Hotel in Saxony. Pastel. 

1 187. Trees and Pond, Hampstead 

Heath. Pastel. 

1 188. The Thames at Greenwich. 

Pastel. 

1 189. Strand on the Green. Pastel. ' 

1190. Hampstead Heath. Pastel. 

1 191. I\Tarket Day, Saxony. Pastel. 

1192. The Bridge, Meissen. Pastel. 

1193. Unloading Barges. Pastel. 

Murdoch, Dora L., Baltimore. 

1 194. Warwick Castle. 

Murphy, Hermann Dudley, Boston. 

1195. The Blue Organdy. Pastel. 

1196. The Screen. 

1197. The Lavender Shawl. 

1198. The Portiere. 

Newell, G. Glenn, New York. 

1199. Rest in Pasture. 

1200. Their Winter Store. 

Nicholls, Rhoda Holmes, New York. 

1201. The Appointed Hour. 

1202. Indian After the Chase. 

Nicoll, J. C, New York. 

1203. A Gray Day in October. 

1204. Light off Cape Ann. 

O'Leary, Angela, New York. 

1205. A Flock of Sheep. 

Ochtman, Leonard, New York, 

1206. Early Winter. Lent by the Sal- 

magundi Club, New York. 

Of, George F., Jr., New York. 

1207. Sunset: Marine. 

Palmer, Walter L., New York. 

1208. Down the Valley. 
1209. 



Exhibit 
No. 



Moorish Court. 

1210. Summer Night. 

1211. The Open Brook. 



Patterson, Margaret Jordan, Arlington 
Heights, Mass. 

1212. Toy Village of Aiguilhe. Pastel. 
Payne, Henry C. 

1213. The Hillside. Pastel. Lent by 

Mr. F. C. Bryden, Chicago. 

Pepper, Charles Hovey, Boston. 

1214. Sunday — Concarneau. 

1215. The Green Cart. 

Phoenix, Frank, Chicago. 

1215a. Girl Sewing. Lent by Mrs. Ly- 
man, Chicago. 

Piatt, Alethea Hill, New York. 

1216. Overhauling the Nets. 

1217. The Fisherman Taxidermist. 

Post. W. Merritt, New York. 

1218. Across the Fields. 
Potthast, Edward H., New York. 

1219. In the Gloaming. 

Prendergast, Maurice, Boston. 

1220. Street in Venice. Lent by IMrs. 

J. M. Sears, Boston. 

1221. Lion of Venice. 

Proctor, A. Phimister, New York. 

1222. A Puma. Lent by Messrs. Cot- 

tier & Co., New York. 

Reaugh, F., Oak Cliff, Texas. 

1223. In the Rain. Pastel. 

Redmond, Frieda W., New York. 

1224. On the Mediterranean. 

Redmond, John J., New York. 

1225. Morning on a Flemish Canal. 

1226. November. 

Redmond, Margaret, Philadelphia. 

1227. Iris. 

Rehn, F. K. M., New York. 

1228. The Reef. 

Richardson, Frederick, Park Ridge, 111. 

1229. Under the Sea. Pen Drawing. 

1230. The Hunting Season. Pen Draw 

ing. 

Rimmer, Caroline Hunt, Boston. 

1231. Tiger. 

Ritschel, William, New York. 

1232. Derelict. Lent by the Salma- 

gundi Club, New York. 

1233. Meadows. 



UNITED STATES. 



47 



Water Colors and Pastels. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Robinson, Alexander Ch., London. 

1233a. The Singing Bird. Pastel. 

Robinson, Florence, Boston. 

1234. Quai de I'Hotel de Ville, Paris. 
Robinson, Will S., New York. 

1235. Evening at Etaples. 
Rockwood, Catherine C, New York. 

1236. Twilight on the Delaware. 

1237. An Old Time Garden. 

Rook, Edward F., New York. 

1238. Horse Market. Pastel. 

Rosenmeyer, B. J., New York. 

1239. Babyhood. 

1240. Girlhood. 

Sanders, Bertha D., New York. 

1241. After the Rain. 

1242. Crecy Meadowland. 

Sartain, Harriet, Philadelphia. 

1243. Roses. 

1244. Yellow Daisies. 

Schilling, Alexander, New York. 

1245. Upland Hills. Lent by Dr. A. 

T. Sanden, New York. 

1246. A Hazy Spring Morning. 

Schneider, A., Tangier, Morocco. 

1247. Moorish Women. 

Schneider, W. G., New York. 

1248. Daffodils. 

Scott, Emily M., New York. 

1249. Peppers. 

1250. Roses. 

Sears, Sarah C, Boston. 

1251. Portrait of Miss S. Pastel. 

Lent by Mr. James Sears, Bos- 
ton. 

1252. Portrait of Lady in White. 

Pastel. Lent by Mr. J. C. Fair- 
child, Boston. 

1253. Head of a Child. Pastel. 

1254. Afternoon in the Garden. 

1255. Phlox in Sunlight. 

1256. Verbenas. 

1257. Helen. Pastel. 

Sherwood, Rosina Emmet, New York. 

1258. Intermezzo. 

1259. Children Playing. 

1260. Child Stringing Beads. Pastel. 

1261. Girl with Strawberries. 

1261a. Study in Rose-color; or, Por- 
trait of Mrs. E. E. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Shirlaw, Walter, New York. 

1262. Autumn. 

1263. Decorative Fragment. Pastel. 

1264. Ploughing Potatoes. Pastel. 

1265. An Italian Garden. 

1266. Market Place in Italy. 

Shurtleff, R. M., New York. 

1267. First Snow of Winter. 

1268. A June Morning. 

Silsbee, Martha, Boston. 

1269. Cortina. 

Sloan, Marianna, Fort Washington, Pa. 

1270. Sunlight and Shadow. 

Smillie, George H., New York. 

1271. On Marblehead Neck. Lent by 

Mr. J. C. Nicoll, New York. 

Smith, F. Hopkinson, New York. 

1272. After the Shower, Venice. 

1273. Waiting Gondolas. 

1274. Where Shylock Traded. 

Smith, Joseph Lindon, Boston. 

1275. Cappella Palatina, Palermo. 

1276. Roman Sarcophagus. 

1277. Temple Gate, Nikko. 

Smith, W. Granville, New York. 

1278. The Quiet Hour. 

Snell, Florence Frances, New York. 

1279. Twilight in an English Village. 

Snell, Henry B., New York. 

1280. Lighthouse by Moonlight. 

1281. Twilight at Sea. Lent by Dr. 
A. C. Humphreys, New York. 

1282. Still Life. 

1283. Sails of the Adriatic. Pastel. 

Snow, E. Taylor, Philadelphia. 

1284. Cleaning the Delft. Holland. 

Soper, James H. Gardner, New York. 

1285. Herr Kubelik. 

Spafard, Myra B., New York. 

1286. Petunias. 

Stark, Otto, Indianapolis. 

1287. The Bend of the River. 

1288. Early Morning. 

Stowell, M. Louise, Rochester, New York. 

1289. Between two Bridges. 

Sturgis, Mabel R., Boston. 

1290. Pine Trees. 

Svendsen, Charles C, Cincinnati. 

1291. Mount Olivet Shepherd. 

Thomas, S. Seymour, Paris. 

1292. Lady with a Muff. Pastel. 



48 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Water Colors and Pastels, and Miniatures. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Tryon, D. W., New York. 

I2g2a. Early Spring. Lent by Mr. 

Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 
1292b. Golden Rod. Lent by Col. 

Frank J. Hecker, Detroit. 

12920. Winter — Connecticut Valley. 

Lent by Mr. Charles L. Freer, 
Detroit. 

I292d. Central Park — Moonlight. Lent 
by Mr. Charles L. Freer, De- 
troit. 

I292e. Peonies. 

i292f. Meadow — Afternoon Cloud. 
Lent by Mr. William K. Bixby, 
St. Louis. 

i292g. Niagara Falls. Lent by Mr. 
Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 

I292h. Spring. Lent by Mr. Charles L. 
Freer, Detroit. 

i292i. Golden Rod and Asters. Lent 
by Col. Frank J. Hecker, De- 
troit. 

1292J. Night — A Landscape. Lent by 
Mr. Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 

1292k. Late Spring. Lent by Mr. 
Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 

12921. Night — A Harbor. Lent by 

Mr. Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 
1292m. April. 
i292n. Late Spring. Lent by Mr. 

Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 
12920. May. 

Twachtman, J. H. (deceased). 

1293. Bridgeport. Pastel. 

1294. The Old Homestead. Pastel. 
1294a. Landscape. Pastel. 

Vanderpoel, John H., Chicago. 

1295. Cosette. 

1296. Sunlight and Shadow. Lent by 

Mrs. Charles Church, Beverly 
Hills, 111. 

Van Elten, Kruseman, Paris. 

1297. Scene on Esopus Creek. Lent 

by Mr. J. C. Nicoll, New York. 

Van Laer, Alexander T., New York. 
1299. Ploughing in the Bog. 

Walker, Horatio. 

1301. Morning, Milking. Lent by Mr. 

Ralph H. Plumb, Buffalo, N. Y. 

1302. The Potato-Pickers. Lent by 

Mr. N. E. Montross, New 
York. 

1303. Spring Evening — Shepherd and 

Sheep. Lent by Mr. N. E. 
Montross, New York. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Warren, Harold B., Brookline, Mass. 

1304. The Propylsea, Athens. 

1305. Lingering Snow. Lent by Mr. 

Edward R. Warren, Brookline. 

Waugh, Frederic J., London. 
1305a. Pandora. 

Weir, J. Alden, New York. 

1306. Dogs. 

1307. Dogs. 

1308. Sheep. 

Weldon, Charles D., New York. 

1309. A Japanese Girl. Lent by Mr. 

Homer Lee, New York. 

1310. The Portrait. 

Wendell, Theodore, Boston. 

1313. Boston Common in Winter. 

Pastel. Lent by Mrs. J. M. 
Sears, Boston. 

Wesselhoeft, Mary F., Cambridge, Mass. 

1314. A Stretch of Sand. 

Whistler, James A. McNeill (deceased). 
1314a. The Green Cap. Lent by Mr. 

Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 
1314b. Writing on the Wall. Lent by 

Mr. Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 
1314c. Sleeping. Lent by Mr. Charles 

L. Freer, Detroit. 
I3i4d. Mother and Child — The Pearl. 

Lent by Mr. Charles L. Freer, 

Detroit. 
13146. Venetian Doorway. Lent by 

Mr. Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 
1314!. Rose and Opal. Lent by Mr. 

Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 
I3i4g. Rose and Red — The Little Pink 

Cap. Lent by Mr. Charles L, 

Freer, Detroit, 
I3i4h. Venetian Courtyard. Lent by 

Mr. Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 
13141. A Violet Note. Lent by Mr. 

Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 
1314J. Spring. Lent by Col. Frank J. 

Hecker, Detroit. 
1314k. IMorning Glories. Lent by Mr. 

Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 
1314I. The Purple Cap. Lent by Mr. 

Charles L. Freer, Detroit. 
1314m. Harmony in Blue and Violet. 

Lent by Mr. Charles L. Freer. 

Detroit. 

Whittemore, William J., New York. 

1315. The Iris Garden. 

1316. Maidenhood. 

Wiles, Irving R., New York. 

1317. The Green Cushion. Lent by 

Mr. Samuel T. Shaw, New 
York. 



UNITED STATES. 



Miniatures. 



49 



Exhibit 
No. 

Wood, Louise, Philadelphia. 

1318. A Harvest Field, England. 

1319. Six and Sixty. 
Woodbury, Charles H., Boston. 

T320. Maine Coast. 

1321. A Wave Crest. 

1322. The Squall. 

1323. A Burst of Foam. 

1324. Twilight: Marine. 

Woodbury, Marcia O., Boston. 

1325. The Smoker. 
Woodward, Ellsworth, New Orleans. 

1326. Valley of the Tauber. 
Yates, CuUen, New York. 

1327. Moonlight. Pastel. 

1328. Autumn — November. 
Young, Charles Morris, Philadelphia. 

1329. Frosted Fields. 
Zogbaum, R. F., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

1330. Prisoners to the Rear. 

MINIATURES. 

Ahrens, Ellen Wetherald, Philadelphia. 

1331. Portrait of Mary Ballard. 

1332. Emily. 

Archambault, A. Margaretta, Phila- 
delphia. 

1332a. A Colonial Dame. 
Baer, William J., New York. 

1334- The Golden Hour. 

1335' In Arcadia. 

1336. Betty. 
Baker, Martha S., Chicago. 

1337- Miss C. 

1338, Girl's Head. 

1339- The Blue Gown. 
Baxter, Martha Wheeler, New York. 

1340. Two miniatures in a frame: 

(a) Portrait of Miss Tower. 

(b) Portrait of a Baby. 
Bayliss, Lillian, New York. 

1341. A Study. 
Beckington, Alice, New York. 

1342. Mrs. Buford. A Sketch. 
1343- Portrait. 

1344. Miss C. 

1345- Helen. 
Blanchard, Ethel C, Boston. 

1346. Donald. 

1347- Study. 
Brewer, Mrs. A. H., Montclair, N. J. 

1348. Portrait of F. L. Brewer. 

1349. Portrait of Mr. Charles H. 

Ham. 

1350. Reverie. 

Buehr, Mary G. H., Chicago. 
1351- Two miniatures in a shadow 
box: 

(a) Portrait of a Lady. 

(b) A Dutch Baby. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Bush-Brown, M. Lesley (Mrs. H. K.), 

Newburg, N. Y. 

1352. Lydia. 
Cross, Sally M., Boston. 

I353- Master John Cross. Lent by 
Mrs. Annie Gilbert Cross, 
Brookline, Mass. 

1354. Miss Edith Gaffield. Lent by 
Miss Gaffield. 
de Haas, Alice P. T., New York. 

1355- Feeding her Pets. 
Dix, Eulabee, New York. 

1356. Portrait of Mrs. Bruno. 
Smmett, Lydia P., New York. 

1357* Brother and Sister. 
Fuller, Lucia Fairchild, Windsor, Vt. 

1358. Girl drying Her Feet. 

1359' The Chinese Jacket. 

1360. In the Days of King Arthur. 

1361. Portrait of a Child. 

1362. Girl with Handglass. 
Hess, Emma Kipling, Chicago. 

1363. Portrait of a Summer Girl. 

1364. Portrait of Mrs. G. H. H. 

1365. Portrait of Katherine Keep. 

1366. Portrait of Maude Adams as 

"The Little Sister of Jose." 
Miniature. 

1367. A Summer Boy. 
Hills, Laura C, Boston. 

1368. Portrait of Miss Persis Blair. 

1369. Portrait. 

1370. Portrait. Lent by- Miss Louise 

Tincker. 
1370a. The Red Flower. 
Holley, Caroline E., New York. 

1371. Three miniatures in a frame: 

(a) Portrait. 

(b) Portrait. 

(c) Portrait. 
Howard, Clara, New York. 

1372. Catherine. 

Jackson, Annie H., Brookline, Mass. 

1373. Miss Clara Fay. 
Kendall, Margaret, New York. 

1374- Study. 
1375' In the Brook. 
T376, Spirit of the Wood. 
King, Paul, New York. 

1377. Portrait. 

Lucas, Jean W., Hagerstown, Md. 

1378. Portrait Miss Agnes Rogers. 

1379. Portrait Mrs. Frdk. M. Thomas. 

1380. Portrait Alfred William Lucas. 
Lynch, Anna, Paris. 

1381. My Mother. Miniature on 

Ivory. 

1382. Antonio. 



50 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Miniatures and Illustrations. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Mackubin, Florence, Baltimore. 

1382a. A Daffodil. 

1382b. Portrait of Mr. R. S. 

1382c. A New England Nun. 
Nemoede, Eda, Chicago. 

1383. Katherine. 

NichoUs, Rhoda Holmes, New York. 

1384. My Father. 

1385. Mrs. Edward Peel Sperry. 

1386. Ophelia. 
Oliver, Jean, Boston. 

1387. Miniature. 
Packard, Mabel, Chicago. 

1388. Miss Alice Edwards. 
Prather, Laura, Oakland, Cal. 

1389. Portrait of Miss Nina Clay. 
Root, Robert M., Shelbyville, 111. 

1390. Agnes, daughter of Attorney 

General Hamlin. 

1391. Portrait of Mrs. Rhodes. Lent 

by Mr. Charles Ward Rhodes. 
Rushmore, Alice, Plainfield, N. J. 

1393. Miss M. J. Christian!. 
Searle, Alice T., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1393. The late Mr. Collis P. Hunting- 

ton. 
Shuttleworth, Claire, Buffalo, N. Y. 

1394. Mary B. W. Coxe. 
Siboni, Emma B., New York. 

I395« Miss Anne Belle Wing. 
1395a. Four miniatures in a frame. 
Strean, Maria J., New York. 

1396. John Brooks Yale. 

1397. Miss T. 

Taylor, Emily Drayton, Philadelphia. 

1399. Mrs. Joseph Gazzam. Lent by 

Mrs. Joseph Gazzam. 

1400. Miss E. M. Lesley. Lent by 

Mrs. Robert M. Lesley. 
Thayer, Theodore W., New York. 

1401. Portrait. 

1402. Portrait of Bliss Carman. 

1403. Portrait of the late Parke God- 

win. 

Turner, Helen M., New York. 

1404. Mrs. A. V. Churchill. 

1405. Mr. F. E. Regal. 

1406. Margaret. 

Tyler, Mrs. C. D. Chicago. 

1407. Mrs. M. A. Scullam. 
Underwood, Edith B., New York. 

1408. Dorothy. 

Van Home, R. A. Garlick, Paris. 

1409. Miniature. 

Volk, Ellen S., New York. 

1410. A Study. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Weidner, Carl, New York. 

1411. Victor Weidner and his Dog. 

1412. Violetta. 

1413. Mrs. C. W. 

Weir, Edith D., New Haven, Conn. 

1414. Portrait with blue background. 

West-Shaw, Ann, New York. 
1414a. A Portrait of a Lady. 

Winckler, Adele, Paris. 

1415. Four miniatures in a frame. 
Wing, Miss A. B., New York. 

_ 1416. Dolly. 

Wood, Louise, Philadelphia. 

1417. Nardelli. 
Worrall, Miss R., New York. 

1418. Mr. E. C. Benedict. 

1419. The Old-fashioned Dress. 
Wyatt, Mary Lyttleton, Paris. 

1420. Miniature. 

ILLUSTRATIONS. 

Chapman, Carlton T., New York. 

1421. Trial Trip of the Katahdin. 

Child, Edward Burrage, New York. 

1422. She straightened his old-fash- 

ioned tie. 

1423. Stokers at Dinner. 

1424. The Stokers. 

Clay, John Cecil, New York. 

1425. Portrait Sketch of Joel Chandler 

Harris. 

1426. March. 

1427. Portrait of S. L. Clemens. 

Cowles, Genevieve, New York. 

1428. Bold Words at the Bridge. 

Cowles, Maude A., New York. 

1429. "How are you, the Day?" 

Du Mond, Frank V., New York. 

1430. Milton's Ode on the Nativity (l) 

1431. Milton's Ode on the Nativity. (2) 

1432. Milton's Ode on the Nativity. (3) 

1433. Milton's Ode on the Nativity. (4) 

1434. iMilton's Ode on the Nativity. (5) 
Edwards, George Wharton, New York. 

1435. Design for Catalogue Cover, (i) 

1436. Design for Catalogue Cover. (2) 

1437. Old English Love Song. 
Fogarty, Thomas, New York. 

1438. Night in the Woods, (i) 

1439. Night in the Woods. (2) 

1440. A Rough Day. 

1441. The Treasure of the Redwoods. 
1443. Illustrations for Mary Anne — 

Henry. 



UNITED STATES. 
Illustrations. 



51 



Exhibit 
No. 

Gibson, Charles Dana, New York. 

1443. Chorus Girl's Return Home. 

1444. Fellow Passengers. 

1445. The Champion. 
Gillam, Victor, New York. 

1446. Strike up the Band. 

1447. Now, Boys, Look Pleasant. 

1448. Gillam and his Subjects. 
Glackens, W. J., New York. 

1449. Big Kennedy. 

1450. Illustration for "The Boss." 

1451. Illustration for Paul de Kock. 

1452. It's a Steal. 

1453. Never Was I So Looked At! 

1455. There's Your Man. 

1456. You're a Tax-Payer. 

1457. If It's the Best They Can Do. 
Green, Elizabeth Shippen, Villanova, Pa. 

1458. Head Piece to Perdita's Lovers. 

1459. An Old Country House. 

1460. My Lady Clemency Entertained 

a Guest. 

1461. Buondelmonte rides to his Bride. 

1462. Three Illustrations to Antiques: 

(a) "And Sister just shook 
her head and tried to smile." 

(b) "She called it a New Eng- 
land Tapestry Chamber." 

(c) "They don't call them sec- 
ond-hand, they call them an- 
tiques.'" 

Hambridge, Jay, New York. 

1463. The Lone Mourner. 
Harding, Charlotte, Philadelphia. 

1464. Robin Hood. Six panels. 

1465. In the Moonlight. 

1466. The Cop — Hester Street. 

1467. Unloading Wood. 

1468. Old Witch. 

1469. Old Witch's Cat. 

1470. Illustration for "Statesmen of 

To-morrow." 

1471. Election Parade. 

1472. She may have carried Broom- 

sticks. 
Hinton, Charles L., New York. 

1480. A Child of Nature. 

1481. Spring. 

1482. Under the Trees, (i) 

1483. Under the Trees. (2) 

1484. Under the Trees. (3) 

1485. Under the Trees. (4) 
Hitchcock, Lucius W., Buffalo, N. Y. 

i486. Thomas Dilworth got to his 
Feet. 

1487. Alexander lurched into a Chair. 

1488. "I promise!" she said. 

1489. Mrs. Barclay tapped loudly. 
Hutt, Henry, New York. 

1490. The Daughter of the Household. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Keller, Arthur I., New York. 
1491. George Washington's Last 
Birthday. 

1493. Illustration for Kate Bonnet. 

1494. Illustration for Septimius Fel- 

ton. 

1495. The Right of Way. 

1496. Tomorrow's Tangle. (1) 

1497. Tomorrow's Tangle. (2) 
Lawrence, William H., New York. 

1498. Bad Tidings. 
Leigh, William R., New York. 

1499. Turkey Hunting. 

1500. Raiding a Counterfeiter's Den. 
Leyendecker, F. X., New York. 

1501. The Incomparable Bellairs. (i) 

1502. The Incomparable Bellairs. (2) 

1503. The Incomparable Bellairs. (3) 

1504. Pierrette. 

1505. The Story Book. 

Linson, Corwin K., Farmingdale, N. J. 

1506. The Blind Man and the Phari- 

sees. 

1507. The Auction. 

1508. The Blind leading the Blind. 
Loeb, Louis, New York. 

1509. Summer Gossip. 

1510. The Secret. 

1511. Sister. 

1512. The Friendly Bottle. 

1513. Venetian Courtship. 
Lowell, Orson, New York. 

1514. Awaiting her Soldier's Return. 

1515. Decoration for "Sign of Jumna." 

1516. Entrance to Monastery. 

1517. Sacred Papyrus. 

1518. "Sign of Jumna." 

1519. The Rising Sun greets the 

Monastery. 

1520. Title Page. 
McCarter, Henry, New York. 

1521. "When Shepherds watched their 

Flocks by Night." 

1522. The Unknown Land. 

1523. Cover for Calendar of Famous 

Artists. 
McLane, M. Jean, New York. 

1523a. Portrait of J. Johansen. 

1523b. Portrait. 
Mansfield, Blanche McManus, London. 

1524. Twenty-four Drawings for 

woodcuts. (The Altar Ser- 
vice). Two frames. 

Mora, F. Luis, New York. 
1524a. A Game of Cards. 

Mura, Frank, London. 

1525. Cattle Grazing. Charcoal. 

1526. Barge under Sail. Charcoal. 

1527. Houses in Dunmow. Charcoal. 



52 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Illustrations. 



Exhibit 
No. 



1528. 
1529. 

1530. 
1530a. 



1533- 
1534- 
1535- 
1536. 
1537. 



1542. 
1543- 

1544- 



pic- 



Illu- 
Lent 



Entrance to Leicester Hospital. 

Charcoal. 
On the Castle Bridge. Warwick. 

Charcoal. 
Landscaoe. Charcoal. 
Old Inn, Warwick. Charcoal. 
Oakley, Violet, Villanova, Pa. 
1532. Spring Cover Design. 
Alarch Cover Design. 
September Cover Design. 
Illustration to Vashti. 
Illustration to Vashti. 
Illustration to Vashti. 
Parrish, Maxfield, New York. 
1538. A Venetian Night. 
1539- Cover for "Life." 
Penfield, Edward, New York. 

1540. A Dutchman. 

1541. Dutch P^isherman with Water- 

bottle. 
Pietje. 
VoUendam Notes. Three 

tures in one frame. 
Watching the Boats. 
Pennell, Joseph, London. 

1545- Venice. Charcoal. 
Perkins, Lucy Fitch, Chicago. 
1546. The Lost City of the Sea. 
minated Water Color, 
by A. C. McClurg & Co. 
The Forest of Rainbow Colors. 
Water Color. Lent by A. C. 
ATcClurg & Co. 
Nerida. Water Color. Lent by 

A. C. McClurg & Co. 
The White Palace. Water Color. 
Lent by A. C. McClurg & Co. 
Reuterdahl, H., New York. 

1550. The Burning of the Guerriere. 
The Forecastle of the Constitu- 
tion. 
The Glo'ster Man. 
Land Fight of 1812. 
The Sea-Power of Japan. 
Rhead, Louis J., New York. 

1555. Cursing. 

1556. Pride. 

1557. Drinking. 
Rosenmeyer, B. J., New York. 

1558. The Flight of Charles I. 
Sherwood, Rosina Emmet, New York. 

1559- Mother and Baby. 

1560. Mother and Sleeping Babe. 

1561. Study in Black and Red. 

1562. Study in Rose Color. 
Shinn, Florence Scovil, New York. 

1563. The Answer from the Groom. 

1564. "We have left the Theater 

Tickets at Home." 



1547- 



1548. 
1549- 



1551- 

1552. 
1553- 
1554. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Silveira, Belle, Chicago. 

1565. Girl with Black Hat, Pencil 

Drawing. 

1566. Josepli Gillespie, Musician. Pen 

cil Drawing. 

1567. Miss Ethel Randolph. Pencil 

Drawing. 

Smith, Jessie Willcox, Villanova, Pa. 

1568. The Child Calendar, August. 

1569. The Child Calendar, December. 

1570. The Child Calendar, Cover de- 

sign. 

Smith, W. Granville, New York. 

1571. Salvationists. 

Steele, Frederic Dorr, Nutley, N. J. 

1572. The Chestnut Woman. 

1573. Making the Disguise. 

1574. The Old Folks. 

1575. The Patient. 

1576. The Return of Sherlock 

Holmes. 
Sterner, Albert, New York. 

1577' "Put each piece carefully away." 

1578. Ride of the Valkyries. 
Stephens, Alice Barber, Philadelphia. 

1579. The Doctor Bound up the 

Wrist. 

1580. The Doctor Saw his Grief. 

1581. The Schoolmistress. 

1582. "You're Mad to let this go on!'' 
Stevens, W. D., New York. 

1583. Box. 

1584. Moonlight. 

1585. Book of Dreams. 
Stillman, Lisa R., London. 

1585a. ]\Irs. W. J. Stillman. 
1585b. Waldo and Esmond French. 
Taylor, C. Jay, New York. 

1586. A Roadside Inn. 

1587. The Chelsea Pensioner. 

1588. Pea-pickers on the Road. 
Van der Veer, Mary, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

1589. Winding the Ball. 
Walcott, H. M., New York. 

1590. Black and White. 
Wenzell, A. B., New York. 

1591. A Misunderstanding. 

1592. Cafe de la Paix. 
1593- Gossip. ^ 
1594. A Concert. 

White, C. H., New York. 

1595- ■^ Florentine Alley. 
Winslow, Eleanor C, New York. 

1596. Street in Antwerp. 
Zogbaum, R. F.. New Rochelle, N. Y. 

1597. Bucna Vista. 

1597a. Sykes Regulars at Gaines' Mill. 



UNITED STATES. 



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Etchings, Engravings, Lithographs. (Exclusive of Wood Engravings.) 



GROUP 10. 
ENGRAVINGS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Addams, Clifford, London. 

1598. The City at a Distance. 
I5g8a. Grand Canal, Dordrecht. 

Aid, George C, Paris. 

1599. Frame of 12 etchings. 

1600. Frame of 13 etchings. 

Bacher, Otto H., New York. 

1626. Interior of St. Marks, Venice. 

Lent by Mr. Frederic Keppel, 
New York. 

1627. San Giorgio, Venice. Lent by 

by Mr. Frederic Keppel, New 
York. 

1628. Lavanderia, Venice. Lent by 

Mr. Frederic Keppel, New 
York. 

1629. The Rialto, Venice. Lent by 

Mr. Frederic Keppel, New 
York. 

Beckwith, J. Carroll, New York. 

1630. Laughing Head. 

Bellows, A. F. (deceased). 

1631. Riverside Inn. Lent by Mr. C. 

Klackner, New York. 

1632. The Inlet. Lent by Mr. C. 

Klackner, New York. 

1633. The Mill Pond. Lent by Mr 

C. Klackner. New York. 

1634. A By-gone Highway. Lent by 

Mr. C. Klackner, New York. 

Bicknell, W. H. W., Winchester, Mass. 

1635. Roger Bacon. 

1636. Caxton. 

Bloodgood, Robert P., New York. 

1637. False Friends. 

1638. The End of an Outlaw. 
Blum. Robert F. (deceased). 

1639. The Hag. Lent by the Cincin- 

nati Art Museum. 

1640. Portrait of the Artist. Lent by 

the Cincinnati Art Museum. 

1641. The Etcher. Lent by the Cin- 

cinnati Art Museum. 

Chapman, Carlton T., New York. 

1641a. Street of Stairs, St. Malo. 

1642. The Early Moon. 

1643. Evening in a Port. 

1644. Fishing Schooners. 

1645. Abandoning the Ship. 

1646. The Old Moat, Chartres. 

1647. Old House. Portsmouth. 

1648. On Long Island Sound. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Dielman, Frederick, New York. 

1654. A Head. Lent by Mr. J. C. 

Nicoll, New York. 

1655. A Head. Lent by Mr. J. C. 

Nicholl, New York. 

Farrar, Henry (deceased). 

1656. The Hudson River. Lent bv 

Mr. C. Klackner, New York. 

Getchell, Edith Loring, Worcester, Mass. 

1657. Old Bridge at Ogunquit. 

Guy, Seymour J,, New York. 

1658. "Please give me a kick!" Lent 

by Mr. J. C. Nicoll, New York. 

Hale, Walter, New York. 

1659. Cleeve Hill on the Thames. 

1660. Courtvard of the Golden Cross, 

Oxford. 

1661. "Ye Swan," at Pangbourne. 

1662. In Merton College, Oxford. 

1663. Plilly Road, Acapulco, Mexico. 

1664. On the Maas at Rotterdam. 

Hambridge, Jay, New York. 

1665. Handy Man. 

Hovenden, Thomas (deceased). 

1666. "Dem was Good Old Days." 

Lent by Mr. C. Klackner, New 
York. 

1667. The Wedding Ring. Lent by 

Mr. C. Klackner, New York. 

Jones, H. Bolton, New York. 

1668. Winter. 

King, James S., New York. 

1669. Portrait of Chancellor Kent. 

After Rembrandt Peale. 

Lathrop, W. L., New York. 

1670. An Approaching Storm. Lent 

by Mr. C. Klackner, New 
York. 

1671. Near Lydd. Lent by Mr. C. 

Klackner, New York. 

1672. To the Lake. Lent by Mr. C. 

Klackner, New York. 

1673. Evening Walk. Lent by Mr. C. 

Klackner, New York. 



54 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Etchings, Engravings, Lithographs. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Laubcr, Joseph, New York. 

1674. A Jersey Farmer. 

1675. Old Woman paring Apples. 

(Monotype.) 

1676. A Primitive Shingle Maker. 

1677. The Coming Storm. 

1678. A .Study in Dry-point. 

1679. Low Lands near the Ocean. 

1680. The Pool. 

Lewis, Arthur Alen, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1681. Lady seated in a Chair. 

1682. Procession. 

1683. Michael Robinson. 

1684. Sibyl. 

1685. Ouistreham. 

1686. The Path. 

Lippincott, William H., New York. 

1687. A Page. 

1688. Summer Landscape, Baldwin. 

Maine. 

1689. Man's Head. 

Loewenburg, N., New York. 

1690. Sunset. 

1691. Sentinels. 

McLaughlan, Donald Shaw, Boston. 

1692. The Little Forge. Lent by Mr. 

H. F. Aitken, Boston. 

1693. The Port. Boulogne-sur-Mer. 

Lent by Mr. H. F. Aitken, 
Boston. 

1694. Sleeping Rag Vender. Lent by 

Mr. H. F. Aitken, Boston. 

1695. Saint Sulspice. Lent by Mr. H. 

F. Aitken, Boston. 

Manley, Thomas R., Montclair, N. J. 

1696. Low Meadows. 

1697. Weehawken Ferry. 

1698. The Path. 

1699. Newark Bay. 

1700. Old Lane at 91st Street, New 

York. 

1701. The Lin Yard, iioth Street, New 

York. 

1702. Solitude. 

Merritt, Anna Lea, London. 

1704. Grandmother's Boa. 

Mielatz, Charles F. W., New York. 

1705. The Witch House, Salem, Mass. 



A Bit of Baxter Street, New 

York. 
The Lock, Mott Haven Canal. 
In the Bowery. 
Kingsbridge, on the Harlem. 
Rag-pickers' Court, Baxter St. 
Road to the Sea. Soft Ground 

Etching. 
Near South Ferry, New York. 
Rainy Night, Madison Square, 

New York. 
Trinity Steeple, Newport, R. L 
Old Door, Houston Street. 
West Washington Market, New 

York. 
The Toy Shop. 

Lilies. Dry-point, burr removed. 
Strangers in Wallabout. 
City Hall, New York. 
The Oyster Market, New York. 
Grand Central Station, New 

York, at night. 
A Passing Shower. 



1706. 
1707. 



A Glimpse of New Haven. 
Rookeries. 



Exhibit 
No. 

1708. 

1709. 
1710. 
1711. 
1712. 
1713- 

1714. 

1715- 

1716. 
1717. 
1718. 

1719. 
1720. 
1721. 
1722. 
1723. 
1724. 

1725- 
Moran, Mary Nimmo (deceased). 

1726. Point Isabel, Ft. George Island, 

Florida. 

1727. Haunt of the Muskrat, East- 

Hampton. 

1728. Easthampton Barrens. 

1729. 'Tween the Gloaming and the 

Murk, Easthampton. 

1730. Twilight, Easthampton. 

1731. Montauk Point, Long Island. 

1732. Town Pond, Easthampton. 

Nicoll, J. C, New York. 

1733' Smugglers' Landing Place. 

1736. A Warm Morning. 

1737. The Reef. 

1738. An East Wind. 

1739. Near Thatcher's Island. 

1740. In Early Spring. 

1741. Building an Elevator. On the 

Hill Top. (Two in a frame.) 

1742. Burned Pines. 

1743. Moonlight at Nahant. 

Osgood, Harry H., New York. 

1744. Frame of seven Etchings. 

Pennell, Joseph, London. 

1745. The most Picturesque Place in 

the World; and Devil of Notre 
Dame. 

1746. Etchings of London. 

1747. Aquatints of London. 

Phillips, H. S., Paris. 

1747a. Holland Landscape. Etching. 



UNITED STATES. 



55 



Etchings, Engravings, Lithographs. 



The Road. 

The Last of the Snow. 

Staten Island Meadows. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Reich, Jacques, New York. 

1748. Portrait of George Washington. 

After Stuart's unfinished head. 

1749. Portrait of Thomas Jeflferson. 

After Rembrandt Peale. 

Robbins, Horace Wolcott, New York, 

1750. Landscape. Lent by Mr. J. C. 

Nicoll, New York. 

Rosenthal, Albert, Philadelphia. 

1751. Rev. Wm. H. Furness. 
Rosenthal, Max, Philadelphia. 

1752. Washington. After Stuart. 
Roth, Ernest D., New York. 

I753' Port Morris. 

1754- 

1755- 

1756. 

Sandreczki, Otto W., New York. 

1757. Study of an Old Woman's Head. 

Schilling, Alexander, New York. 

1758. Winter, Detroit. 
I759- The Brick Barge. 

1760. The Dyke. 

1761. Village of Stryn — Holland. 

1762. Peasant Houses. 

1763. On the Juniata, Pennsylvania. 

1764. An Interior. 

1765. New Brielle, Holland. 

1766. The Maas at Dordrecht. 
1766a. The Maas at Schiedam. 

Schneider, Otto J., New York. 

1767. Portrait, Miss Wertheimer. 

1768. Study. 

1769. Portrait, Dr. M. L. Quinn. 

1770. Portrait, A. T. Brooks. 

1771. Girl with Muff. 

SchoU, E., New York. 

1772. The Painter. 
1773- Reflections. 

Senseney, George, New York, 

1774. Portrait of Walt Whitman. 

Shelton, William Henry, New York. 

1775- Artillery Sergeant. 
Sloan, John, Philadelphia. 

1776. Original Etchings for the Works 

of Ch. Paul de Kock. 

1777. Original Etchings for the Works 

of Ch. Paul de Kock. 

1778. Original Etchings for the Works 

of Ch. Paul de Kock. 

1779. Original Etchings for the Works 

of Ch. Paul de Kock. 

1780. Original Etchings for the Works 

of Ch. Paul de Kock. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Smillie, 
1781, 

1782. 

1783. 

1784. 

1785. 

1786. 

1787. 

1788. 
1789. 
1790, 
1791. 

1792. 



James D., New York, 

A Hot Bargain. After 

Bridgman. 
A Voice from the Cliff. 

Winslow Homer. 
A Glass with the Squire. 

E. Johnson. Lent by 

C. Nicoll, New York. 
Moonlight. Original Etching. 

Lent by Mr. J. C. Nicoll, New 



F. A. 

After 

After 
Mr. J. 



Walter Shirlaw. 



York. 
Sleep. After 

Mezzotint. 
Old House near Boulogne, 

France. Aquatint. 
Study from Nature — Montrose, 

Pa. Etching. 
Peonies. Dry Point. 
Sweet Peas. Dry Point. 
Pansies. Dry Point. 
Windmills, Coast of Virginia. 

Soft Ground Etching. 
Gate to Roquebrune, Italy. Dry 

Point on celluloid plate. 



Sterne, Maurice J., New York. 

1793. Shivering Children. 

1794. The Family. 

1795- The Snake Charmer. 

1796. The Pirate. 

1797. An Art Student. 

1798. Rockaway Organ Grinder. 

1799. A Few Notes. 

1800. Jackson Street Dock. 

1801. The Builders. 

1802. Coney Island. 

1803. On Jamaica Bay. 

1804. Tony Long Feather. 

1805. Maggie. 

Trowbridge, Vaughan, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1806. Sacre Coeur, Montmartre, Paris. 

1807. Kite Flying, Montmartre. 

1808. Old Street in Naples. 

1809. Three Etchings in color (in one 

frame) : 

(a) O 1 d Normandy House, 
Rouen. 

(b) Les Batiments de rue d'Or- 
champt, Paris. 

(c) Remains of Church St. 
Etienne, Rouen. 

1810. Three Etchings in color (in one 

frame) : 

(a) Alleyway to rue Eau de 
Kobec, Rouen. 

(b) Moonlight, Cotes du Nord, 
France. 

(c) Portail des Libraries, Ca- 
thedral, Rouen. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Etchings, Lithographs — Wood Engravings. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Trowbridge, Vaughan, Brooklyn, N. Y. — 
Continued. 

1811. La Route d'Audierne, France. 

Etching in color. 

1812. Moulin de la Galette, Paris. 

Etching in color. 

Twachtman, John H. (deceased) 

1813. Bridgeport. 

1814. Snow. 

1815. Windmill. 

Van Elten, Kruseman, Paris. 

1816. Landscape and Cattle. Lent by 

Mr. J. C. Nicoll, New York. 
Vondrous, John C, New York. 

1817. The Lumber Wharf. 
The Pig-pen. 
On Board the Whaler. 
Matthiessen Wharf. 
The Whaler. 
A Portrait. 

Warner, Everett L., Paris. 

1823. Group of Etchings. 

Washburn, Cadwalader, Paris. 

1824. The Grand Canal, Venice. Lent 

by Mr. Frederic Keppel, New 
York. 

Casa d'Oro. Lent by Mr. Fred- 
eric Keppel, New York. 

Courtyard, Ducal Palace, Venice. 
Lent by Mr. Frederic Keppel, 
New York. 

Casa Cecchino. 



1818. 
1819. 
1820. 
1821. 
1822. 



1825. 
1826. 



1827. 



die. 



Wehrschmidt, Daniel A., London. 
1828. Music when Soft Voices 
Mezzotint. 
Olive. After Schmaltz. Mez- 
zotint. 
Lady Palmerston. Mezzotint. 
Flora. Original Mezzotint. 
Miss Clive, daughter of Lord 
Clive. Mezzotint. 
1831b. Faithful Friends. Mezzotint. 

White, Charles Henry, New York. 



1829. 

1830. 
1831. 
1831a. 



1832. 

1833- 
1834. 

Weir, J, 

1835. 
1836. 

1837. 
1838. 

1839. 
1840. 

1841. 
1842. 



The Shipsmiths. 

The Thompson Street Inn. 

The East River Bridge. 

Alden, New York. 

Figure standing. 

Boat; Barnyard; Bas Meudon. 

(Three in a frame.) 
Seated Figure. 
Portrait of H. C. Weir. 
Mother and Child; Boats. (Two 

in a frame.) 
Wine-glass and Bottle; Back 

Alley. 
Castle Rushen. 
Portrait of John F. Weir. 



Exhibit 
No. 

1843. Portrait of a Child: Head. (Two 

in a frame.) 

1844. Portrait of Dr. Weir. 

1845. Portrait of Robert Weir. 

1846. A Study at Night. 

1847. Stone Bridge: Bridge at Branch- 

ville. (Two in a frame.) 

1848. Back Yard. 

1849. Sulby Glen, Isle of Man. 

1850. Gyp: Christmas Wreath. (Two 

in a frame.) 

1851. Child Writing: Evening Lamp. 

(Two in a frame.) 

1852. Mr. Robert Hoe. 

1853. Courtyard. 

1854. A Head. 

1855. Autumn. (Four states.) 

Wood, Thomas W. (deceased) 

1856. Sick Man. 

Yale, Leroy M., New York. 

1857. The Moor Road. 

1858. Bald Hill. 

1859. Chain Bridge, Newburyport. 
i860. Saw Mill. 

1861. Farm House. 

1862. Poplars, Southampton, Long 

Island. 

1863. Fish House, Buzzard's Bay. 
Yewell, George H., New York. 

1864. Palm Sunday, Church of St. 

Germain I'Auxerrois, Paris. 

1865. Towers of Notre Dame, Paris. 

1866. Bell Ringer's Cottage, Rouen 

Cathedral, France. 

WOOD ENGRAVINGS. 

Bernstrom, Victor, Grand View on Hud- 
son, N. Y. 

1867. Jacking for Eels, Original 

Wood Engraving from Nature. 

1868. The River Shore. Original 

Wood Engraving from Nature. 
Chadwick, C. W., New York. 

T869. Riff Moor. After Francis Day. 

1870. The Indian Runner. After De 

Cost Smith. 

1871. Bereavement. After Emile Adan. 

1872. Burial of a Family Servant. 

After H. Helmick. 

Cole, Timothy, New York. 

1873. St. Joseph and Child. After 

Murillo. 

1874. Holy F'amily. After Murillo. 

1875. St. Elizabeth. After Zurbaran. 

1876. Mother and Child. After Luis 

de Morales. 

1877. Madonna of the Little Bird. 

After Luis de Morales. 



UNITED STATES. 



57 



Wood Engravings. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Cole, Timothy, New York — Continued. 

1878. Philip IV. After Velasquez. 

1879. The Lances: Surrender of Breda. 

After Velasquez. 

1880. Head of a Man. After Velas- 

quez. 

1881. Pope Innocent X. After Velas- 

quez. 

1882. Portrait of El Greco. After El 

Greco. 

Evans, John W., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1893. The Red and the White. 

1894. After the Battle. 

1895. Orange Free State Prisoners. 

1896. Art Class, Pratt Institute. 

1897. The Artist. 

French, Frank, East Orange, N. J. 

1898. The Beggar Girl. After Louis 

Deschamps. 

Heinemann, E., Fort Wadsworth, Staten 
Island, N. Y. 

1899. A French General. 

1900. The Proof Reader. 

Klotz, H., New York. 

1901. Chinese Jade Disc and Stand. 

Kruell. Gustav, New York. 

1902. Thomas Jefiferson. After Gil- 

bert Stuart. 

1903. Robert E. Lee. 

1904. Chief Justice Marshall. 

1905. Ludvig von Beethoven. 

1906. Professor Charles Eliot Norton, 

Cambridge. 

1907. Professor Childs, Cambridge. 

1908. Portrait of a Friend. 

1909. The Artist's Portrait. 

Meinshausen, George, Cincinnati. 

1911. The Flying Dutchman. 

1912. The Life Boat. 

Merrill, Hiram C, New York. 

1913. Descending the Kotals, Persia. 

After E. L. Weeks. 

1914. Fishing Station on the Black 

Sea. After F. D. Millet. 

1915. Arab Market, Tebessa. 

1916. Portrait of Paul Kruger. 

1917. Portrait of Josh Billings. 

Northcote, Stafford M., New York. 

1918. The Return from the Fields. 

After painting by J. North- 
cote. 

Watt, William G., New York. 

1919. The Harvest. After painting by 

Lhermitte. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Wolf, Henry, New York, 

1920. The Morning Star. Original 

Wood Engraving. 

1921. The Evening Star. Original 

Wood Engraving. 

1922. Portrait of Thomas Jefferson. 

After Charles Willson Peale. 

1923. The Bent Tree. After Corot. 

1924. The Wood Gatherers. After 

George Inness. 

1925. The Little Lady Sophia of Soho 

After Whistler. 

1926. Reverie. After Cecilia Beaux. 

1927. Cynthia. After Cecilia Beaux. 

1928. A Quiet Hour. After J. W. 

Alexander. 

1929. Lady with White Shawl. After 

W. M. Chase. 

1930. Portrait of Lenbach. After 

Lenbach. 

1931. The Sonata. After Irving Wiles. 

1932. Portrait of William T. Evans. 

After Alphonse Jongers. 

1933. Portrait of Louis Stern. After 

Aime Morot. 

1934. Portrait of Joseph Jefiferson as 

Doctor Pangloss. After Sar- 
gent. 

1935- The Lovers. After N. Diaz. 

1936. View on the Seine. After 
Homer D. Martin. 

1937- The Hon. Joseph H. Choate. 
After John S. Sargent. 

1938. The Nantucket School of Phil- 

osophy. After Eastman John- 
son. 

1939. Oxen Drinking. After Horatio 

Walker. 

1940. Fine Art Gallery at Chicago 

Exposition. After Andre Cas- 
taigne. 

1941. Summer. After F. W. Benson. 

1942. La Bernoise. After Dagnan 

Bouveret. 
1943- Daughter of the Artist. After 
William H. Chase. 

1944. In the Adirondacks. After A. 

H. Wyant. 

1945. Portrait of Mrs. Lea. After 

Gilbert Stuart. 

1946. Alone in the World. After 

Josef Israels. 

1947. Portrait of M. Jean Leon Ger- 

ome. 

1948. Christ Walking on the Sea. 

After C. C. Coleman. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



GROUP 11. 
SCULPTURE. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Adams, Herbert, New York. 

1949. Portrait Bust. Tinted Marble. 

1950. Portrait Group. Bas-relief. 

Plaster. 

1951. Model for Tympanum for St. 

Bartholomew's Church. 

1952. Portrait Bust, Julia Marlowe. 

Plaster. 

1953- Statue, William Ellery Chan- 

ning. 

Alfano, Vincenzo, New York. 

1954- Screwing up his Courage. 

1955- Cicero. 
Ayton, Charles, Paris. 

1956. Madame Chrysantheme. 

1957. Marble Bust. 

Bagg, Louise E., Paris. 

1958. Hon. Joseph Choate. Bronze 

relief. 

Barnhorn, Clement J., Cincinnati. 

1959. Mainads. High relief. 

i960. A Magdalen. Reclining iigure. 
Plaster. 

1961. Madonne aux Lys. Low relief. 

Bronze. 

1962. Portrait of J. J. Gest. Low re- 

lief. Bronze. 

1963. Poland. Memorial Tablet. 

1964. Bust of an Old Man. 

Barnard, George Grey, Paris. 

1965. The Hewer. 

Bartlett, Paul Wayland, Paris. 

' 1966. Death of Dr. Joseph Warren. 

1967. Statue of Dr. Joseph Warren. 

1968. Statue of Michael Angelo. 

1969. Torso of a Young Girl. Bronze. 

1970. Indian Dance. 

1971. Nude Figure. Colored. 

1973. Figure, sitting. 

1974. Figurine, standing. 
I975- Head of Young Girl. 

1976. Mask of Young Woman. 

1977. Lion.' 
1977a. Lion. 

T978. Lion's Head. 

1979. Fish. 

1980. Group of Fishes. 

1981. Frog. 



Exhibit 




No. 




1989. 


Vase. 


1990. 


Vase. 


1991. 


Green Vase. 


1992. 


Green Vase. 


1993. 


Green Vase. 


1994. 


Crocodile. 


1995- 


Scarab, Silver. 


1996. 


Medal. 


1997. 


Medal. 


1998. 


Medal. 


1999. 


Crouching Statuette. Bronze, 




from cire perdue. 


2000. 


Standing Figure. Bronze, from 




cire perdue. 


2001. 


Sitting Figure. Bronze, from 




cire perdue. 


2002. 


Large Vase. Bronze, from cire 



1982a, 

1983. 
1984. 
1985. 

1986. 

1987. 

1988. 



Seal. 

Seal. 

Vase. 

Vase. 

Vase. 

Vase. 

Vase. 

Vase. 



Green and 
Green and 



Blue. 
Blue. 



Bronze, from cire 
Bronze, from cire 



perdue. 

2003. Large Vase. 

perdue. 

2004. Large Vase. 

perdue. 

2005. Vase. Bronze, from cire perdue. 

2006. Vase. Bronze, from cire perdue. 

2007. Vase. Bronze, from cire perdue. 

2008. Vase. Bronze, from cire perdue. 

2009. Vase. Bronze, from cire perdue. 

2010. Vase. Bronze, from cire perdue. 

2011. Vase. Bronze, from cire perdue. 

2012. Vase. Bronze, from cire perdue. 

2013. Vase. Bronze, from cire perdue. 

2014. Vase. Bronze, from cire perdue. 

2015. Turtle with Frog. Bronze, from 

cire perdue. 

2016. Turtle with Frog. Bronze, from 

cire perdue. 

2017. Turtle with Frog. Bronze, from 

cire perdue. 

2018. Seal. Bronze, from cire perdue. 

2019. Seal. Bronze, from cire perdue. 

2020. Seal. Bronze, from cire perdue. 

2021. Blackbird. Bronze, from cire 

perdue. 

2022. Large Frog. Bronze, from cire 

perdue. 

2023. Gourd. Bronze, from cire per- 

due. 

2024. Scarab. 

due. 

2025. Scarab. 

due. 

2026. Medal. 

due. 

2027. Medal. 

due. 
2029. Medal, 
due. 



Bronze, from cire per- 
Bronze, from cire per- 
Bronze, from cire per- 
Bronze, from cire per- 
Bronze, from cire per- 



UNITED STATES. 



59 



Sculpture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Bartlett, Paul Wayland, Paris— Con- 
tinued. 

2030. Medal. Bronze, from cire per- 

due. 

2031. Small Blue Vase. Bronze, from 

cire perdue. 

2032. Fish. Bronze, from cire perdue. 

2033. Fish. Bronze, from cire perdue. 

2034. Group of Fishes. Bronze, from 

cire perdue. 

Berge, Edward, Baltimore. 

2036. Muse finding Head of Orpheus. 

2037. On the Trail. 

Bissell, George E., Mt. Vernon, N, Y. 
2037a. Admiral Farragut on his flag- 
ship Hartford. Bronze Statue. 
(Installed in front of Iowa 
State Building.) 

Bitter, Karl T. F., Weehawken, N. J. 

2038. Willard Memorial. Plaster. 

2039. Thanatos. Marble. 

2040. Boy Stealing Geese. Bronze. 

2041. Louisiana Purchase. 
Borglum, Gutzon, New York. 

2042. The Horses of Diomedes. 

2043. U. S. Grant. 

2044. John Ruskin. 

2045. Nero. 

2046. Masque. 

2047. The Boer. 

2048. Grief. 

2049-2059. Collection of eleven Gar- 
goyles. 

Borglum, Solon H., New York. 

2060. On the Trail. 

2061. In the Wind. 

2062. Lame Horse. 

2063. The Bull Fight. 

2064. Just Born. 

2065. The Blizzard. 

2066. Deer Killing a Snake. 

2067. Dancing Horse. 

2068. Our Slave. 

Boyle, John J., New York. 

2069. Statue of Franklin. 
Head of a Boy. Marble. 
Indian Hunter. 
Head Study. 
Stone Age. 



2070. 
2071. 
2072. 
2073. 



Bracken, Julia M., Chicago. 

2075. Portrait of Gustavus Goward. 

Low Relief in Bronze. Ameri- 
can Treaty with Samoa. 

Brenner, Victor D., New York. 

2076. Ten Medals. 

2077. Eighteen Medals. 



Plaster 



Exhibit 
No. 

Bringhurst, R. P., St. Louis. 

2078. The Kiss of Eternity 

Group. 

2079. Death of the Color Bearer. 
Brooks, Richard E., Paris, France. 

2080. Col. Thomas Cass. Statue. 

2081. Charles Carroll. Plaster Statue. 

2082. John Hanson. Plaster Statue. 

2083. O. W. Holmes. Bronze Bust. 
Bush-Brown, H. K., Newburgh, New 

York. 

2084. Infant Conversation. Marble. 
Calder, Alex., Stirling, Philadelphia. 

2086. Sun Dial. Model. To be ex- 
executed in Tennessee marble 
for Fairmount Park, Philadel 
phia. 

B. B. Comegys. Bronze Bust. 

Helen Harte. Bronze Bust. 

Narcissus. 

Bust of Athlete. 

Man cub. 



2087. 
2088. 
2089. 
2090. 
2091. 
Carpenter, Margaret Sharpe. 

2092. Memorial Tablet. 
Cohen, Katherine M., Philadelphia. 

2093. Priscilla. Bronze. 
Conkling, Mabel, Paris. 

2094. "Amour." 

2095. Portrait Bust. 

2096. Portrait Bust. Plaster. 

2097. The Bather. Plaster Statuette. 

2098. Racing Trophy. 
Conkling, Paul Burleigh, Paris. 

2099. Nymph and Dolphin. Fountain 

2100. Portrait. Bas Relief. 
Coppini, B., San Antonio, Texas. 

2icoa. Portrait Bust. 
Cox, Charles Brinton, Philadelphia. 

2101. Incident of a Bull Fight, Mex- 

ico. Bronze. 

2102. El Texan Vaquero. Bronze. 

2103. The Coyote. Bronze. 
Crunelle, Leonard, Chicago. 

2103a. Donna. Portrait Bust. 

Cyrus E., Arlington Heights, 



Dallin, 
Mass. 
2104. 
2105. 



"Medicine Man." Reduction. 
"Don Quixote." Bronze Statu 
ette. 

2106. Portrait Bust. Marble. 

2107. Medicine Man. 
Donoghue, John (deceased). 

2108. Sophocles. 
Ezekiel, Moses, Rome. 

2109. Eve. Bronze. 
Flanagan, John, New York. 

2110. Birth of Aphrodite. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 

Sculpture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

French, Daniel Chester, New York. 

2111. Alma Mater. ! 

2112. Working Man. I 

2113. Washington. Equestrian Statue. 

2114. General Hooker. Equestrian I 

Statue. I 

Glenny, Alice R., Buffalo. 

2115. Gethsemane. Head of Christ. 

Bronze. 

Goodwin, Mrs. Frederick, New York. 

21 16. Bust of Frederick Goodwin. 

Bronze. 

Grafly, Charles, Philadelphia. 

2117. Vulture of War. Plaster. 



2118. 
2119. 



2120. 
2121. 



2123. 



2124. 



Symbol of Life. Bronze. 
From Generation to Generation. 

Bronze. 
In Much Wisdom. Bronze. 
Mrs. Charles Grafly. Portrait 

Bust. Bronze. 
Dr. Louis Starr. Portrait Bust, 

Bronze. 
Joseph R. De Camp. Portrait 

Bust, Bronze. 
James McManes. Portrait Bust. 

Bronze. 



Guild, Mrs. E. Cadwalader, Berlin. 

2125. Bust of English Painter Watts. 

2126. Endymion. Marble. 

2127. Bust of Von Joachim. 

2128. Bust of Abraham Lincoln. 

2129. Electro. 

Harvey, Eli, New York. 

2130. Lioness Crouching. Bas-relief. 

2131. Roaring Lion. Bronze. 

2132. Rampant Jaguar. Plaster. 

2133. Lion and Pigeon. Marble. 

2134. Lioness with Cub. Bronze. 

2135. Family of Playing Leopards. 

Bronze. 
Lion Cubs. Bronze. 
Jaguar Walking. Bronze. 
Roaring Lion. Plaster. 



2136. 
2137. 
2138. 

Heber, 
2139. 



C. A., Weehawken, N. J. 

Pastoral. 



Hyatt, Mrs. A. V., New York. 

2140. Winter. Horse Group. Bronze. 

Hyatt, Mrs. A. V. and Miss St. L. Eberle. 

2141. Men and Bull. 

Jaegars, Albert, New York. 

2142. Portrait of Theodore R. Timby. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Kemeys, Edward, Washington, D. C. 

A collection of small Bronzes 
loaned by the Art Institute of 
Chicago. 

2144. Raccoon. 

2145. Opossum. 

2146. Wolf. 

2147. Deer lying down. 

2148. BufTalo. 

2149. Mountain Lion. 

2150. Mountain Lion and Lizard. 

2151. Bear, standing upright. 

2152. Deer with large antlers, stand- 

ing. 

2153. Bear, standing, with right fore- 

paw upraised. 

2154. Bear, sitting. 

2155. Two Tigers, lymg down. 

2156. A Tiger. (A nude boy is draw- 

ing the animal down by a cord 
twisted around its upper jaw.) 

2157. Peacock and sleeping Rabbit. 

2158. Lion, sitting. 

Kitson, Theo. A. Ruggles, Boston. 

2159. The Volunteer. Plaster Cast. 

Konti, Isidore, New York. 

2160. The Despotic Age. 

2161. The Brook. 

Laessle, Albert I., Philadelphia. 

2162. Turtle and Lizards. 

Langton, Berenice Frances, Paris. 

2163. Portrait of Mile. Blanche. 

2164. Woman's Head. 

2165. Hand of Peasant Woman. 

2166. Head of Child. 

Linder, Henry, New York. 

2167. Oriental Art. 

Longman, Evelyn B., New York. 

2168. Study for a Victory. 

2169. Milton Bancroft. Bust. 

2170. Margaret. Portrait Bust. 

2171. Louise. Portrait Bust. 

Lopez, Charles A., New York. 

2172. Old Woman. 



2173. 
2174. 

2175- 
2176. 
2177. 



The Sprinter. 

Sin. 

Youth. 

IMaternity. 

Bienville. 



Lukeman, Augustus^ '^ew York. 
2178. Statue of President McKinley. 



UNITED STATES. 



Sculpture. 



61 



Exhibit 
No. 

MacNeil, Hermon A., College Point, 
N. Y. 

2179. The Sun Vow. 

2180. Portrait Bust. 

21S1. A Primitive Indian Chant. 

Mears, Helen F., New York. 

2182. The Fountain of Life. 

Middleton, Mary P., Germantown, Phila- 
delphia. 

2183. Portrait of Miss H. Plaster. 

Miller, J. Maxwell, Paris. 

2184. Ishmael. Plaster Statue. 

Miranda, Fernand, New York. 

2185. Fame. 

Moore, Lou Wall, Chicago. 

2186. Valeria Alicia English. Plaster 

Statuette. 

2187. Bust of John R. Bensley. 

2188. Mrs. Louise Twyman. Bust. 

2189. Pandora. Design for Jewel Box. 

Plaster. 

2190. Paul Kefer. Low relief in 

Bronze. 

2191. Irla. Low Relief in Bronze. 

Moretti, G., Birmingham, Alabama. 

2192. Miniature Head of Christ. 

Murray, Samuel, Philadelphia. 

2193. Mrs. Borie. Portrait Bust. 

2194. Mr. Wm. H. Macdowell. Por- 

trait Bust. 

2195. Stewart Culm, Esq., Portrait 

Statuette. 

2196. Miss Alice Kurtz. Portrait 

Statuette. 

2197. James M. Dodge. Portrait Stat- 

uette. 

2198. The Boxer. Statuette. 

2199. His Grace, Archbishop Ryan. 

Portrait Bust. 

2200. Benjamin Eakins. Bronze Bust. 

2201. Thomas Eakins. 

2202. F. B. A. Linton, Esq. Portrait 

Statuette. 

2203. Very Rev. James P. Turner. 

2204. Child's Head. 

2205. Col. A. Reynolds. Statuette. 

Ney, Elisabet, Austin, Texas. 

2206. Albert Sidney Johnston Me- 

morial. 

2207. Jacob Grimm. Bust. 

3208. Garibaldi. Bronze Statuette. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Niehaus, Charles H., New York. 

2209. General Forest. 

2210. Bust of Rabbi Gottheil. 

2211. Bust of Robert Blum. 

2212. Caestus. 

2213. Bust of J. Q. A. Ward. 
2213a. Model of Hahnemann 

ment. 
The Driller. 
Statue of Hahnemann. 



Monu- 



2214. 
2214a. 

Olsson, Axel E., Chicago. 

2215. Psyche. High relief. 
Paulus, Christoph, Newton, Kansas. 

2216. A Girl of Twelve. Portrait Bust. 

2217. A Fellah. Miniature Bust in 

Terra Cotta. 

2218. An Old Jew. Terra Cotta. 

2219. An Old Jew. Terra Cotta. 

2220. A Young Fellah. Terra Cotta. 

2221. An Old Fellah. Terra Cotta. 

2222. A Boy Jew. Terra Cotta. 
Pfeifer, Clara, Paris. 

2223. Bust of President McKinley. 

Bronze. 

2224. Boy with Turtle. Statuette. 

2225. Wood Nymph, "Echo." Statu- 

ette. 

Piccirilli, Attilio, New York. 

2226. St. John. Marble Bust. 

2227. Mrs. Newcomb. Bust. 

2228. Bust of a Boy. Marble. 

2229. Dancing Faun. Marble. 
Piccirilli, Furio, New York. 

2230. Mother and Child. 
Pratt, Bela L., Boston. 

2231. Fountain of Youth. Marble. 
Price, Henry, London. 

2232. In the Days of Llewellyn. 

Bronze. 

Proctor, A. Phimister, New York. 

2233. Indian Warrior. 

2234. Charging Panther. 

2235. Stallion. 

2236. Puma. 

Rhind, J. Massey, New York. 

2236a. Major-General Grenville M. 

Dodge. Bronze Statue. (In- 
^ stalled in front of Iowa State 

Building.) 

Roth, Frederick G. R., New York. 

2237. Elephant and Apple. 

2238. Drinking Rhinoceros. 

2239. Sitting Bear. 

2240. Sea Lion. 



62 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Sculpture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

2241. Sleeping Bear Cub. 

2242. Polar Bear. 

2243. Wolf-hound. 

Saint Gaudens, Augustus, New York. 

2244. The Puritan. 
Salvatore, Victor. 

2245. Ave. 

Sawyer, Edouard Warren, Paris. 

2246. Portrait d'une Femme Blonde. 

2247. Charging Buffalo. 

Schneiderhahn, M., St. Louis. 

2248. The Holy Agony. 
Schuler, Hans, Paris. 

2249. Paradise Lost. 

2250. Ariadne. 

2251. Adam. Bust. 

Schwarzott, Maximilian M., New York. 

2251a. Caught in the Net. 
Scudder, Janet, New York. 

2252. Sun Dial. 
Simons, Amory C, Paris. 

2253. Small Bronze Horse. 

2254. Small Bronze Horse. 

2255. Small Bronze Cat. 

2256. Small Bronze Cat. 

2257. Small Horse. Plaster. 

2258. Small Horse. Plaster. 

2259. Small Horse. Plaster. 

Stewardson, Edmond, Philadelphia. 

2260. The Bather. Loaned by the 

Pennsylvania Academy of 
the Fine Arts. 
Stillman, Effie, New York. 

2261. S. Everett. Portrait Statuette, 

Plaster. 

2262. Statuette. Bronze. 

2263. Statuette. Plaster. 

Tadd, Edith J., Philadelphia. 

2265. Portrait Medallion. 

Taft, Lorado, Chicago. 

2266. Knowledge. 

2267. Despair. 

2268. Solitude of the Soul. 
Tonetti, F. M. L., New York. 

2269. Figure of a Boy. Marble. 



Exhibit 
No. 

2270. Victory. 

2271. Boy and Swan. Bronze. 

Triebel, C. E., New York. 

2272. His First Catch. 

Usher, Leila, New York. 

2273. Bust of Booker T. Washington, 

Bronze. 

Vonnoh, Bessie Potter, New York. 

2274. A Study. 

2275. Bust of Baby. 

2277. Girl Dancing. 

2278. Young Mother. Bronze. 

2279. Motherhood. Bronze. 

2280. A Sketch. Standing Figure. 

2281. Mother and Child. Bronze. 

2282. Girl Reading. Bronze. 

2283. Creeping Baby. 

2284. Portrait Relief. 

Ward, Elsie, New York. 

2285. Boy and Frog. 

Ward, J. Q. A., New York. 

2286. Pediment for New York Stock 

Exchange. 

Warner, Olin (deceased). 

2288. Portrait Bust. 

2289. Dancing Nymph. 

Weinert, Albert, New York. 

2290. Major-General Siegel. 

Weinmann, Adolph A., New York. 

2291. Portrait Bust Charles H. Nie- 

haus. 

2292. A Bowler, Bronze Statuette. 

2293. A Ball Pitcher. 

2294. Portrait Relief of a Young Girl 

2295. The Destiny of the Red Man. 

Williams, Nelly Robbins, Goshen, Ohio. 

2296. Portrait of Prof. Theodor Bohl- 

man. Piaster Bust. 

Yandell. Enid. New York. 

2297." Fountain, Lotos Flower. 
Zolnay, George Julian, New York. 

2298. Study of a Farm Hand. Bronze 

Bust. 

2299. Portrait of General W. H. Jack- 

son. 



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63 



GROUP 12. 
ARCHITECTURE. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Alden & Harlow, Pittsburg. 

2300. Forbes Street Elevation of Car- 

negie Library. 

Andrews, Jacques and Rantoul, Boston. 

2301. Hartford Club, Hartford, Conn. 

2302. Worcester County Court House, 

Worcester, Mass. 

Ash, Percy, Washington, D. C. 

2303. Avonwood Court, Estate of C. 

E. Matlier, Esq., Haverford, 
Pennsylvania. Plan. 

2304. Avonwood Court, Estate of C. 

E. Mather, Esq., Haverford. 
Photograph. 

Atterbury, Grosvenor, New York. 

2305. City Residence, New York. 

Photograph. 

2306. Shingle Country House. Pho- 

tograph. 

2307. Stucco Country House. Photo- 

graphs. 

Babb, Cook & Willard, New York. 

2307a. House of S. D. Pratt. Photo- 
graph. 

2307b. House of Andrew Carnegie. 
Barnett, Haynes & Barnett, St. Louis. 

2308. Residence for ]\lrs. Grace van 

Studdiford. Water Color. 
Boring & Tilton, New York. 

2308a. Accepted design for Y. M. C. 

A. Building. 
2308b. Tome Memorial Hall. Four 

photographs. 
2308c. Main U. S. Emigrant Station. 

Photograph. 
23o8d. Main U. S. Emigrant Station. 

Photograph. 
23086. East Orange Town Hall. 
23o8f. Carnegie Library, Mt. Vernon. 
Bourne, Frank A., Boston. 

2309. Central Congregational Church, 

Bangor, IMe. Photograph. 

2310. Central Congregational Church, 

Bangor, Me. Perspective 
'Drawing. 

Boyd, David Knickerbacker, Philadel- 
phia. 

2311. Saturday Club Building, Wayne, 

Pa. Photograph. 

2312. House near Wayne, Pa. Photo- 

graphs. 

2313. House at Wynnewood, Pa. 

Photographs. 

2314. House at Wynnewood, Pa. 

Perspective Drawing. 



Exhibit 
No. 

2315- 
2316. 



2317. 



House, Pine Street, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Photographs. 

House, Pine Street, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Photographs. 

Inglenook. Pen and ink draw- 
ing. 



Browne, Martha Brooks, Boston. 

2319. Landscape Gardens. Photo- 

graphs. 

Brunner, Arnold W., New York. 

2320. Interior of Court Room, United 

States Federal Building, Cleve- 
land. 

2321. Ceiling of Court Room, United 

States Federal Building. 

2322. Pavilion in W. H. Seward Park, 

New York. Photograph. 
2322a. Views of Mt. Sinai Hospital. 
Photograph. 

Burnham, Daniel H., Carrere, John M., 
Brunner, Arnold W., New York. 

2323. Public Buildings and Grounds, 

Cleveland, Ohio. Plan. 

2324. Public Buildings and Grounds, 

Cleveland, Ohio. Bird's Eye 
View, looking South. 

2325. Public Buildings and Grounds, 

Cleveland, Ohio. Bird's Eye 
View, looking North. 

2326. Public Buildings and Grounds, 

Cleveland, Ohio. Section 

through Mall, looking East. 

2327. Public Buildings and Grounds, 

Cleveland, Ohio. Section 

through Esplanade. 

2328. Public Buildings and Grounds, 

Cleveland, Ohio. Section 

through Mall, looking South, 
showing Federal Building and 
Library. 

Carrere & Hastings, New York. 

2329. Pan-American Exposition and 

New York Public Library. 
Photographs. 

2330. Ponce de Leon Hotel. Photo- 

graphs. 

2331. The Bridge. Pan-American Ex- 

position. Water Color by F. 
Hopkinson Smith. 

2332. Bird's Eye View of Pan-Ameri- 

can Exposition. 



64 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Architecture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Carrere 
tinued 

2333. 
2334- 

2335- 



& Hastings, New York — Con- 

A.lcazar Hotel, Florida. 

Ponce de Leon Hotel. Water 

Color. 
The Bridge and the Pergola, 

Pan-American Exposition. 

Clark, Appleton P., Jr., Washington, 
D. C. 

2337. Home Savings Bank, and apart- 

ments above, Washington, D. 
C. Perspective drawing. 

2338. Residence of Hon. Wayne Mac- 

Veagh, Washington, D. C. 
Photograph. 

Collins, Charles, Boston. 

2339. Fragment of the 

Pastel. 



Parthenon. 



Cope & Stewardson, St. Louis and Phil- 
adelphia. 

2340. Busch Building, Washington 

University. Pen Drawing. 

2341. Washington University. Pen 

Drawing. 

2342. Law School, University of 

Pennsylvania. 

2343. Dining Hall, University of 

Pennsylvania. 

2344. Tower on Thirty-sixth Street 

Dormitory, University of 
Pennsylvania. 

2345. Library, Bryn Mawr College. 

2346. Municipal Building, Washing- 

ton, D. C. Front Elevation. 

2347. House at Princeton, New Jersey. 

2348. House at Princeton, New Jersey. 

Front Entrance. 

Coulter, W. L., New York. 

2349. Boathouse of Adirondack Rus- 

tic Lodge. 

2350. Adirondack Rustic Bridge. 

Cummings, Charles K., Boston. 

2351. Buildings at Middlesex School, 

Concord. Photographs. 

2352. Country Houses. Photographs. 

2353. Country Houses. Photographs. 

Day, Frank Miles & Brother, Philadel- 
phia. 

2354. Horticultural Hall, Philadelphia. 

2355. Building of "American Baptist 

Publication Society," Phila- 
delphia. 



Exhibit 
No. 

2356. Gymnasium of the University 
of Pennsylvania. 

2357- House in Philadelphia. Ex- 
terior View. Photograph. 

2358. House in Philadelphia. Interior 
View. 

2359- House at Ambler. Interior and 
Exterior Views. 

2360. House in Delaware. 

2361. Sunny House with a Sheltered 

Garden. 

Eames & Young, St. Louis. 

Competitive Designs for the improve- 
ment of the United States Military 
Academy at West Point. 

2362. General Plan of Grounds and 

Buildings. 

2363. General Elevation, B-B. 

2364. General Elevation, C-C. 

2365. Riding Hall Elevation and Plan. 

2366. Front Elevation of Chapel. 

2367. Side Elevation of Chapel. • 

2368. Section of Chapel. 

Elzner & Anderson, Cincinnati, O. 

2369. Residence of A. L. Ault. Pho- 

tograph. 
2370-2372. Three Interior Views of 
the same. Photographs. 

Eyre, Wilson, Philadelphia. 

2373. Gardens near Philadelphia. 

Sketches. 

2374. Dining Room for Dr. Hart, 

Philadelphia. Sketch. 

2375. House at Youngstown, O., for 

Mr. J. G. Butler. Sketch. 

2376. City Trust Company, Philadel- 

phia. l""ront View. Photo- 
graph. 
2376a. Residence at Torresdale, Phila- 
delphia. Sketch. 

2377. Stable and Garden at Strafford, 

Pa. Sketch. 

2378. House near Jenkintown, Pa. 

Sketch. 

2379. Garden for Beauveau Borie at 

Jenkintown, Pa. Sketch. 

Fernald, George P., Boston. 

2380. Senate Chamber in Palace of 

the Doges, Venice. 

Ferry & Clas, Milwaukee. 

2381. Historical Library, Madison, 

Wis. Photograph. 

2382. Public Library, Milwaukee. 

Photograph. 



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65 



Architecture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Flagg, Ernest, New York. 

U. S. Naval Academy: 

View, looking 



east 



2383. General 

from Dome of Chapel. 

2384. General View from the North. 

2385. General View from the North- 
east. 

Perspective Drawing. 

Elevation. 

Quarters. Memorial 



2386. 
2387. 
2388. 

2389. 



Chapel. 
Chapel. 
Cadet 
Hall. 
Photographs of Models. 
St. Luke's Hospital, New York: 

2390. First Floor Plan. 

2391. Elevation. 

Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D. C. — 

2392. Elevation. 

2393. First Floor Plan. 

2394. Photographs. 

Friedlander, J. H., New York. 

2395. National Home for Disabled 

Volunteer Soldiers. General 
Plan. 

2396. Grounds for Home for Disabled 

Volunteer Soldiers. Plan. 

2397. Mess Hall, Home for Disabled 

Volunteer Soldiers. Main ele- 
vation. 

Gilbert, Cass, New York. 

2399. Art Palace, St. Louis Exposi- 

tion. Front Elevation. 

2400. Fagade of Festival Hall, St. 

Louis Exposition. Pencil ele- 
vation in line. 

2401. Perspective of Custom House, 

New York, in black and white. 

Green & Wicks, Buffalo. 

2403. Twelve photographs of build- 

ings. 

Greene & Greene, Los Angeles, Cal. 

2404. Dwelling for George H. Barker, 

Pasadena. Photographs. 

2405. Dwelling for James Culbertson, 

Pasadena. Photographs. 

Greene, Charles Sumner, Pasadena, Cal. 

2406. Projected Dwelling House for 

Mr. W. B. T., Pasadena. 

Hardenbergh, H. J., New York. 

2407. Whitehall Building, Battery 

Place, New York. Photo- 
graph. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Heins & La Farge, New York. 

2408. Subway Stations, New York 

City, Rapid Transit. 

2409. New York Zoological Park. 

2410. Eastern Chapel, Cathedral of 

St. John the Divine. 

2411. Mausoleum of Woodlawn Cem- 

etery. 

Hill, Jas. G., Washington, D. C. 

2413. Stoneleigh Court Apartments, 

Washington, D. C. Perspective 
Drawing. 

2414. Stoneleigh Court Apartments, 

Washington, D. C. Plans. 

Holsman, Henry K., Chicago. 

2415. Library Building, Parsons Col- 

lege. Water color. 

2416. Collegiate Building, Parsons 

College. Water color. 

2417. Chapel, Parsons College. Water 

color. 

2418. Gymnasium, Parsons College, 

Water color. 

Hornblower & Marshall, Washington, 
D. C. 

2419. United States Custom House, 

Baltimore, Md. Photograph 
of perspective drawing. 

Howe, Lois L., Boston. 

2420. Alcove in Parlor, Cambridge, 

Mass. 

2422. Sketches for Farm Houses. 

2423. Sketch for Interior, Concord, 

Mass. 

Kelsey, Albert, Philadelphia. 

2424. General Plan for the reorgani- 

zation and rebuilding of Chau- 
tauqua, New York. 

2425. Civic Center, Chautauqua. 

2426. Plan of the Arts and Crafts Vil- 

lage, Chautauqua. 

2427. Water Gate to Hall of Philoso- 

phy, Chautauqua. 

2428. The Pier House, Chautauqua. 
2428a. Plan for the rebuilding of Chau- 
tauqua. 

Kilham & Hopkins, Boston. 

2429. House at Brookline, Mass. 

2430. House at Longwood, Mass. 

Langton, D. W., New York. 

2431. Garden in Morris County. 

Link, Theodore C. St. Louis. 

2432. Mines and Metallurgy Building, 

World's Fair. Water Color. 



66 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Architecture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Little & Browne, Boston. 

House of Mrs. Malcolm Spaulding at 
Prides. Enlarged Photographs. 
2433. View from Terrace Garden. 
Sea Front. Photograph. 

2435. Loggia. Photograph. 

2436. View from Loggia. Photograph. 

2437. Gallery. Photograph. 
Birge House at Buffalo. 

2438. Garden Front. 

2439. Fore Court. 

2440. Bliss House, New York. Scale 

Drawing. Front Elevation. 

2442. Photograph of an Exterior. 

Longfellow, A. W., Boston. 

Competition for District Government 
Building, Washington, D. C. 

2443. Front Elevation. 

2444. Ground Floor Plan. 

2445. The Weld Cow Barn. 

2446. Phillips Brooks House, Harvard 

University. 

Lord & Hewlett, New York. 

2447. Agricultural Building, Washing- 

ton, D. C. Ground Plan. 

2448. Agricultural Building, Washing- 

ton, D. C. Front Elevation. 

2449. Agricultural Building, Washing- 

ton, D. C. End and Rear Ele- 
vation. 

2450. Soldiers' and Sailors' Monu- 

ment, Elevation. Photograph. 



McArdle, M. P., St. Louis. 

2451. Residence. Perspective Drawing. 

2452. Residence. Perspective Drawing. 

2453. Residence. Perspective Drawing. 

2454. Temple of Fraternity, Louisiana 

Purchase Exposition. Per- 
spective Drawing. 

Maher, George W., Chicago. 

2455. Residence for Mr. A. B. Leach, 

South Orange, N. J. Photo- 
graphs. 

2456. Stable and Lodge Buildings for 

Mr. Harry Rubens, Glencoe, 
111. Twelve Photographs. 

2457. Suburban Houses. Nine Photo- 

graphs, 



Exhibit 
No. 

Marsh & Peter, Washington, D. C. 

2458. Evening Star Building, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Photograph. 

2460. Union Trust and Storage Build- 

ing, Washington, D. C. Front 
Elevation. Drawing. 

Mauran, Russell & Garden, St. Louis. 

2461. House of Max Schwab. Photo- 

graph. 

2462. House of Mrs. J. G. Chapman, 

Dublin, N. H. 

2463. Building of St. Louis Trust 

Company. 

Michigan Chapter of American Institute 
of Architects, Frank C. Baldwin, Sec- 
retary, Detroit. 

2464. Views of Buildings in Detroit. 

Twelve Photographs. 

2465. Views of Buildings in Detroit. 

Twelve Photographs. 

2466. Views of Buildings in Detroit. 

Twelve Photographs. 

Olmstead Bros., Brookline, Mass. 

2469. General Plan for Orange Park, 

Newark, N. J. 

2470. General Plan for Watsessing 

Park, E. Orange, N. J. 
2475. General Plan for Branch Brook 

Park, Newark, N. J. 
2477. General Plan for Grant Park 

Chicago. 
2482. General Plan for Alta Vista, 

Louisville, Ky. 

2484. Formal Garden, Asheville, N. C. 
Pen Drawing. 

2486. Formal Garden, Newport. 

2487. Formal Garden, Tuxedo Park. 

2489. Formal Garden, Ridgefield, 

Conn. 

2490. General Plan of Pcnnshurst, 

Narberth, P.t. 
2492. General Plan Jackson Park 
Chicago, 111. 



UNITED STATES. 



67 



Architecture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Parker & Thomas, Boston. 

2495. Tennis and Racquet Club. Ex- 

terior. 

2496, Tennis and Racquet Club. En- 

trance. 

2498. Belvedere Hotel, Baltimore, 

Perspective. Wash Drawing. 

2499. Belvedere Hotel, Baltimore, 

Ball Room. Photograph. 

2500. Belvedere Hotel, Baltimore, 

Lobby. Photograph. 

2501. Belvedere Hotel, Baltimore, 

New Cafe. Photograph. 

Perkins, Frederick W., Chicago. 

2502. Residence of Charles H. Hul- 

burd. Water Color. 

2503. Sketch of a residence for 

Charles H. Hulburd. Water 
Color. 

2504. Sketch of a residence. Wash 

Drawing. 

2505. Interior Views of Chicago Resi- 

dences. Photographs. 

2506. Residences and Interiors, Chi- 

cago. Photographs. 

2507. Residence of J. G. Shedd. 

Photograph. 

2508. Detail of Stable for Otto 

Young, Lake Geneva. Photo- 
graph. 

2509. Three Residences. Photographs. 

Peters & Rice, Boston. 

2510. House No. 5 Commonwealth 

Avenue. Photograph of draw- 
ing. 

2511. United States Post Office and 

Custom House, Marblehead. 
Front elevation and plans. 

Poindexter, W. M., Washington, D. C. 

2512. Naval Training Station, San 

Francisco, California. 

Rankin, Kellogg & Crane, Philadelphia. 

2513. United States Post Office and 

Custom House, Camden, New 
Jersey. Bromide. 
3514. United States Court House and 
Post Office, Indianapolis, Ind. 
FiTont Elevation. 



Exhibit 
No. 

2515- 



2516. 



2517. 



2518. 



2519. 



2520, 



2522. 



United States Department of 
Agriculture Building, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Front Eleva- 
tion. 

United States Department of 
Agriculture Building, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Rear Eleva- 
tion. 

United States Department of 
Agriculture Building, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Block Plan. 

Camden County Court House, 
Camden, N. J. Competitive 
Drawings. Front Elevation. 

Camden County Court House, 
Camden, N. J. Competitive 
Drawings. First Floor Plan. 

First M. E. Church, German- 
town. Bromide. 

St. James Hall, Philadelphia. 
Bromide. 



Rogers, Joseph Gamble, Chicago. 

2523. Residence of Dr. George S. 

Isham. Eight Photographs. 

2524. Estate of A. B. Dick. Nine 

Photographs. 

2525. Miscellaneous Work. Nine 

Photographs. 

2526. Three Gate Lodges near Chi- 

cago. Photographs. 

2527. Residence of Mr. C. Edward 

Pope, Lake Forest, 111. Five 
Photographs. 

Rotch, Arthur. See Tilden. 

Seeler, Edgar V., Philadelphia. 

2530. The Flower Astronomical Ob- 

servatory, University of Penn- 
sylvania. 

2531. The First Baptist Church, Phil- 

adelphia. 

2532. The Real Estate Trust Building, 

Philadelphia. 

Seeler, Edgar V., & Frank C Roberts 
& Co., Engineers, Philadelphia. 

The Penn Mutual Building, Boston, 
Mass. 

2533. ^lilk Street Entrance. 

2534. Milk Street Front. 
2535- Entrance Corridor. 



68 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Architecture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Shaw, 
2536. 

2537. 
2538. 

2539- 
2540. 

2541. 



Howard, Chicago. 

Second Presbyterian Church. 
Photograph of Interior. 

Commercial Building. Photo- 
graphs. 

Ragdale, Lake Forest, Illinois. 
Photographs. 

Country Houses. Photographs. 

Residence Entrances. Photo- 
graphs. 

Town Houses. Photographs. 



Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge, Boston. 

2542. Railroad Station at A1,bany, 
N. Y. Photograph. 

2544. Pumping Station, Metropolitan 

Water Board, Stoneham, Mass. 

2545. Exterior of Field Library, Con- 

way, Mass. 

2546. Interior of Field Library, Con- 

way, Mass. 

2547. Porch on house of N. B. Ream, 

Esq., Thompson, Conn. 

2548. Plan of new Building, Harvard 

Medical School. 

2550. Courtyard Harvard Medical 

School, showing buildings. 
Water Color Drawing. 

Sherer, S. L., St. Louis. 

2551. Residence for A. R. Deacon, 

Webster Park, St. Louis, Mis- 
souri. Drawing. 

Spencer, Robert C, Jr., Chicago. 
2552 



J. Stanley Grepe, 
Twelve Photo- 



House of 
Evanston 
graphs. 

2553. Miscellaneous Work. Twelve 

Photographs. 

2554. Forester's Lodge at Harlow 

Arden. Three Photographs. • 
2554a. Interior of proposed Music Hall. 
2554b. Residence at Canton, 111. 
2554c. Cottage at Lake Geneva. 

Spiering, Louis C, St. Louis. 

2555. St. Julien le Pauvre, Paris. 

Measured Drawings of Plan 
and Section. 

Taylor, Isaac S., St. Louis. 

2556. Mercantile Trust Co. Building, 

St. Louis. Pen Drawing. 
2557- National Bank of Commerce, St. 
Louis. Pen Drawing. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Taylor, J. Knox, Supervising Architect, 
Washington, D. C. 

2558. Post Office, Salem, Ore. Per- 

spective Drawing. 

2559. Post Office, Salem, Ore. Photo- 

graph of Perspective Drawing. 

2560. Post Office, Fitchburg, Mass. 

Perspective Drawing. 

2561. Post Office, Fitchburg, Mass. 

Photograph of Perspective 
Drawing. 

2562. United States Mint, Philadel- 

phia, Pa. Perspective Drawing. 

2563. United States Mint, Philadel- 

phia, Pa. Photograph. 

2564. United States Mint, Philadel- 

phia, Pa. Interior Photo- 
graphs. 

2565. Post Office and Custom House, 

Elmira, N. Y. Perspective 
Drawing. 

2566. Post Office and Custom House, 

Elmira, N. Y. Photograph of 
Perspective Drawing. 
Nos. 2558 to 2566. lent by U. S. Treas- 
ury Department. 

Tilden, George T., Boston. 

2569. Alhambra Interior. Water Color 

Drawing by Arthur Rotch. 

2570. Church of Messiah. Water Color 

Drawing by Arthur Rotch. 

Totten & Rogers, Washington, D. C. 

2573. House of Hon. H. A. Taylor. 

Photographs. 

2574. House of Mr. J. C. Hooe. Pho- 

tographs. 

Vaughan, Henry, Boston. 

2575- Groton School Chapel. Photo- 
graph. 

Walker, C. Howard, Boston. 

2576. Massachusetts Building, St. 

Louis, 1904. 

2577. Electricity Building, St. Louis, 

1904. 

2578. Germanic Museum, Cambridge. 

2579. Competition for Federal Build- 

ing, Providence, Rhode Island. 



UNITED STATES. 
Architecture. 



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Exhibit 
No. 

Warren, Smith & Biscoe, Boston. 

2581. Chapel at Cambridge, Mass. 

Interior Water Color, by H. 
S. Warren. 

2582. Chapel at Cambridge, Mass. 

Exterior from Southeast. Pho- 
tograph. 

2583. Chapel at Cambridge, Mass. 

Exterior from Southwest. 
Photograph. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Wheelwright & Haven, Boston. 

2584. Randall Dining Hall, Harvard 

University, Cambridge, Mass. 

2585. Horticultural Hall, Boston. 

2586. Massachusetts Historical So- 

ciety Building on the Fenway, 
Boston. 

Winslow & Bigelow, Boston. 

2587. Boston Edison Power Plant. 

2588. Board of Trade Building, Bos- 

ton. 

Wood, Donn & Deming, Washington, 
D. C. 

2589. New Providence Hospital. Per- 

spective View. 



GROUP 13. 
LOAN COLLECTION. 



(The following exhibits are oil paintings 
unless otherwise specified.) 

GALLERY No. i, ENTERING FROM 
THE SCULPTURE COURT. 

WEST WALL. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Frederic E. Church. 1826- 1900. Ameri- 
can. 

1. Moonrise in Greece. Lent by Mr. 

Lockwood de Forest, New 
York. 

J. Jongkind. Contemporary Dutch. 

2. Canal in Winter — Holland. Lent 

by Mr. F. P. Vinton, Boston. 

J. B. C. Corot. 1796-1875. French. 

3. The Shepherd. Lent by Dr. H. 

C. Angell, Boston. 

F. Chifflart. Contemporary French. 

4. Nymphs crowning a statue of 

Pan. Lent by Mr. C. A. 
Walker, Boston. 

5. Revelry of Satyrs. Lent by Mr. 

C. A. Walker, Boston. 

William Page. 1811-1885. American. 

6. Portrait of Mrs. Page. Lent by 

Mr. G. S. Page, Pittsburg. 



NORTH WALL. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Anton Mauve. 1838-1888. Dutch. 

7. Sheep. Lent by Mr. Daniel Cat- 

lin, St. Louis. 

Harry Thompson. 1839-1901. English. 

8. The Shepherdess. Lent by Mrs. 

Halsey C. Ives, St. Louis. 

Vicat Cole. 1833-1893. English. 

9. Richmond Hill. Lent by Mrs. J. 

G. Chapman, St. Louis. 

Jules Dupre. 181 2-1889. French. 

ID. Marine. Lent by Durand-Ruel & 
Son, New York. 

Octave Tassaert. 1800-1874. French. 

11. The Faggot Gatherer. Lent by 

the National Academy of De- 
sign, New York. 

Felix Ziem. Contemporary French. 

12. The Bosphorus. Lent by Mr. 

George B. Leighton, St. Louis. 

F. von Uhde. Contemporary German. 

13. The Holy Night. Lent by Mrs. 

John T. Davis, St. Louis. 

J. B. C. Corot. 1796-1875. French. 

14. Young Woman in Greek costume. 

Lent by Durand-Ruel & Son, 

New York. 



70 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Loan Collection. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Charles Jacque. 1813-1893. French. 

15. On the way to pasture. Lent by 

Mr. John G. Johnson, Phila- 
delphia. 

Lord Leighton. 1830-1896. English. 

16. The God Pan. Lent by Mrs. J. 

G. Chapman, St. Louis. 

Emile van Marcke. 1827-1891. French. 

17. Cattle and Landscape. Lent by 

Mr. William K. Bixby, St. 
Louis. 

F. von Uhde. Contemporary German. 

18. A Sewing Bee in Holland. Lent 

by the St. Louis Museum of 
Fine Arts. 

Ferdinand Roybet. Contemporary 

French. 

19. The Conqueror. Lent by Mr. 

John Fowler, St. Louis. 

Briton Riviere. Contemporary English. 

20. Genius Loci. Lent by Mrs. J. G. 

Chapman, St. Louis. 

E. W. Cooke. 1811-1880. English. 

21. On the Scheldt. Lent by Mrs. J. 

G. Chapman, St. Louis. 

C. F. Daubigny. 181 7-1878. French. 

22. Riverbank. Lent by Mrs. J. G. 

Chapman, St. Louis. 

Mariano Fortuny, 1838- 1874. Spanish. 

23. A Moorish Guard. Lent by Mr. 

George J. Gould, New York. 

J. C. Cazin. 1841-1901. French. 

24. The Path. Lent by Mr. Charles 

Parsons, St. Louis. 

J. L. A. Gericault. 1791-1824. French. 

25. Study of Horses. Lent by Cottier 

& Co., New York. 

Gustave Courbet. 1819-1877. French. 

26. Les Demoiselles du Village. Lent 

by Durand-Ruel & Son, New 
York. 

Eugene Delacroix. 1799-1863. French. 

27. Abduction by Moorish Pirates. 

Lent by Durand-Ruel & Son, 
New York. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Eugene Lavieille. Contemporary French. 

28. Moonlit Village Street. Lent by 

Mrs. John T. Davis, St. Louis. 

Alfred Stevens. Contemporary Belgian. 

29. The Listener. Lent by Dr. H. C. 

Angell, Boston. 

Frederic E. Church. 1826-1900. Ameri- 
can. 

30. Afterglow. Lent by Mr. Charles 

Parsons, St. Louis. 

Jules Dupre. 1812-1889. French. 

31. Sunset Landscape and Cattle. 

Lent by Durand-Ruel & Son, 
New York. 

Theodule Ribot. 1823-1891. French. 

32. The Little Politician. Lent by 

Mrs. John T. Davis, St. Louis. 

EAST WALL. 

C. F. Daubigny. 1817-1878. French. 

33. View of Dieppe. Lent by Mr. 

Henry C. Frick, Pittsburg. 

Narcisse Virgile Diaz. 1808-1876. French. 

34. The Sultan's Favorite. Lent by 

Mr. William K. Bixby, St. 
Louis. 

Frangois Saint Bonvin. 1817-1885. 
French. 

35. The Housewife. Lent by Durand- 

Ruel & Son, New York. 

36. The Scholar. Lent by Durand- 

Ruel & Son, New York. 

William Morris Hunt. 1824-1879. Ameri- 
can. 

37. The Bathers. Lent by Mr. 

Charles Fairchild, New York. 

Elihu Vedder. Contemporary American. 

38. The Questioner of the Sphinx. 

Lent by Mr. Charles Fairchild, 
New York. 

Jules Emile Bastien-Lepage. 1848-1884. 
French. 

39. The Thames below London, with 

shipping. Lent by Mr. John G. 
Johnson, Philadelphia. 

Antoine Vollon. 1833-1899. French. 

40. Grapes — Still Life. Lent by Mr. 

John G. Johnson, Philadelphia. 



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71 



Loan Collection. 



SOUTH WALL. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Anton Mauve. 1838-1888. Dutch. 

41. Sheep on the Dunes. Lent by 

Mrs. C. M. Kurtz, New York. 

Jean Frangois Millet. 1814-1875. French. 

42. Portrait of the Painter's wife. 

Lent by Mr. E. Burgess War- 
ren, Philadelphia. 

Jacob Maris. 1837-1899. Dutch. 

43. View of Amsterdam. Lent by Mr. 

Charles Parsons, St. Louis. 

C. F. Daubigny. 1817-1878. French. 

44. Morning on the Oise. (Salon pic- 

ture of 1866.) Lent by Mr. E. 
Burgess Warren, Philadelphia. 

A. G. Decamps. 1803-1860. French. 

45. Lark shooting. Lent by Durand- 

Ruel & Son, New York. 

Thomas Couture. 1815-1879. French. 

46. Head of a Woman. Lent by Miss 

Julia Wilder Kurtz, New York. 

Jules Dupre. 1812-1889. French. 

47. Cows slaking their thirst. (From 

the collection of the painter 
sold after his death.) Lent by 
Mr. William K. Bixby, St. 
Louis. 

Jules Breton. Contemporary French. 

48. The Sea Bird. Lent by Mr. Daniel 

Catlin, St. Louis. 

Pierre Puvis de Chavannes. 1824-1899. 
French. 

49. Peace. (Study for the painter's 

first decoration in Museum at 
Amiens.) Lent by Mr. John G. 
Johnson, Philadelphia. 

Rosa Bonheur. 1822-1899. French. 

50. In the Scotch Highlands. Lent 

by the St. Louis Museum of 
Fine Arts. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Noel Coypel. 1628- 1707. French. 

51. Europa. (From the collection of 

Joseph Bonaparte, brought to 
this country by him after the 
downfall of Napoleon and by 
him presented to family of pres- 
ent owner.) Lent by Dr. 
Charles E. Cadwalader, Phila- 
delphia. 

Sir John Everett Millais. 1829-1896. 
English. 

52. Portrait of Mrs. Heugh. Lent by 

Cottier & Co., New York. 

Pierre Puvis de Chavannes. 1824-1899. 
French. 

53. War. (Study for the painter's 

first decoration in Museum at 
Amiens.) Lent by Mr. John G. 
Johnson, Philadelphia. 

P. J. Clays. 1819-1901. Belgian. 

54. Calm at Sea. Lent by the St. 

Louis Museum of Fine Arts. 

J. C. Cazin. 1841-1901. French. 

55. Roadside; Harvest. Lent by Mr. 

Edward Mallinckrodt, St. Louis. 

Arnold Bocklin. 1827-1902. Swiss. 

56. Sappho. Lent by Mr. John G. 

Johnson, Philadelphia. 

Anders L. Zorn. Contemporary Swedish. 

57. Portrait. Lent by Mrs. Halsey C. 

Ives, St. Louis. 

E. L. G. Isabey. 1804-1886. French. 

58. Marriage of Napoleon III at Ver- 

sailles. Lent by Mr. E. Burgess 
Warren, Philadelphia. 

F. von Uhde. Contemporary German. 

59. The Sermon on the Mount. Lent 

by Mrs. Halsey C. Ives, St. 
Louis. 

G. Kuehl. Contemporary German. 

60. The Organ Loft. Lent by the St. 

Louis Museum of Fine Arts. 



72 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Loan Collection. 



WEST WALL. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Anton Mauve. 1838-1888. Dutch. 

61. On the Highway. Lent by Mr. 

Louis Chauvenet, St. Louis. 

Jean Frangois Millet. 1814-1875. French. 

62. Regret. Lent by Dr. H. C. An- 

gell, Boston. 

J. B. C. Corot, 1796-1875. French. 

63. Grey Day. Lent by Mr. Daniel 

Catlin, St. Louis. 

Anders L. Zorn. Contemporary Swedish. 

64. Portrait. Lent by Mr. Robert S. 

Brookings, St. Louis. 



GALLERY 5, ENTERING FROM 
GALLERY i. 

WEST WALL. 

Emile van Marcke. 1827-1891. French. 

65. Cattle crossing the Brook. Lent 

by the Estate of Jay Gould. 

NORTH WALL. 

Narcisse Virgile Diaz. 1808-1876. French. 

66. Wood Interior. Lent by Mr. 

Charles Parsons, St. Louis. 

J. B. C. Corot. 1 796-1875. French. 

67. Evening: Antique Dance. Lent 

by the Estate of Jay Gould. 

Charles Jacque. 1813-1893. French. 

68. Sheep on the Hillside. Lent by 

Mr. Charles Parsons, St. Louis. 

EAST WALL. 

Eugene Fromentin, 1820-1876. French. 

69. Arab Encampment — Gorges of 

Chiffa. (From the Secretan 
collection.) Lent by Mr. George 
J. Gould, New York. 



EAST WALL. 

Exhibit 
No. 

J. B. C. Corot. 1 796-1875. French. 

70. La Danse des Amours. (From 

the Charles A. Dana collection.) 
Lent by Mr. George J. Gould, 
New York. 

SOUTH WALL. 
John Constable. 1 776-1837. English. 

71. Salisbury Cathedral. Lent by Mr. 

William K. Bixby, St. Louis. 

R. C. Woodville.. 1825-1856. American. 

72. News from the Mexican War, 

1848. Lent by the National 
Academy of Design, New York. 

Jacob Maris. 1837-1899. Dutch. 

73. Boats on the Canal. Lent by Mr. 

William K. Bixby, St. Louis. 

Jozef Israels. Contemporary Dutch. 

74. Cottage Interior. Lent by Mr. 

Charles Parsons, St. Louis. 

WEST WALL. 
J. M. W. Turner. 1775-1851. English. 

75. The Nore. Lent by Mr. George 

J. Gould, New York. 

GALLERY 6. ENTERING FROM 
GALLERY 5. 

WEST WALL. 

J. L. E. Meissonier. 1815-1891. French. 

76. The Smoker. Lent by Miss Helen 

Miller Gould, New York. 

Narcisse Virgile Diaz. 1808-1876. French. 

77. Cupids and Young Girl. Lent by 

Mr. George J. Gould, New 
York. 

Domenico Ghirlandajo. 1449-1494. Italian. 

78. The Angel Choir. Lent by Mr. 

George J. Gould, New York. 

Leon Lhermitte. Contemporary French. 

79. The Brookside. (Pastel.) Lent 

by Mrs. Halsey C. Ives, St. 
Louis. 



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73 



Loan Collection. 



Exhibit 
No. 



NORTH WALL. 



Theodore Rousseau. 1812-1867. French. 

80. The Charcoal Burners' Hut. 

(From the Fuller collection.) 
Lent by Mr. George J. Gould, 
New York. 

Rembrandt van Ryn, 1607- 1669. Dutch. 

81. The Standard Bearer. (Once in 

the collection of Sir Joshua 
Reynolds.) Lent by Mr. George 
J. Gould, New York. 

Thomas Gainsborough. 1727-1788. Eng- 
lish. 

82. Boys dragging Net. Lent by Mr. 

George J. Gould, New York. 

EAST WALL. 

Aert Van der Neer, 1603-1677. Dutch. 

83. Winter in Holland. Lent by Mr. 

George J. Gould, New York, 

Constant Troyon. 1810-1865. French. 

84. On the way to Market. Lent by 

Mr. George J. Gould, New 
York. 

Theodore Rousseau. 1812-1867. French. 

85. Le Cure — Evening. (From the 

collection of Alfred Sensier, the 
biographer of Rousseau.) Lent 
by Mr. George J. Gould, New 
York. 

Frans Hals. 1584-1666. Dutch. 

86. The Spurious Coin. Lent by Mr. 

George J. Gould, New York. 

Sir Joshua Reynolds. 1723-1792. English, 

87. The Duchess of Marlborough. 

Lent by Mr. George J. Gould, 
New York. 

Jean Frangois Millet. 1814-1875. French. 

88. Washerwomen by the Brook. 

Lent by Miss Helen Miller 
Gould, New York. 

Jean Marc Nattier. 1685-1766. French, 

89. Portrait of a Lady. Lent by Mr. 

George J. Gould, New York. 



Exhibit 
No. 

John Constable. 1776-1837. English. 

90. View of Dedham. Lent by Mr. 

George J. Gould, New York. 

Eugene Fromentin. 1820-1876. French. 

91. Arab pickets upon a mountain 

top. Lent by Durand-Ruel & 
Son, New York. 

SOUTH WALL. 

Ludwig Knaus. Contemporary German. 

92. The Child's Party; or, Cat's 

Christening. Lent by Miss 
Helen Miller Gould, New York. 

Ver Meet of Delft. 1632-1675. Dutch. 

93- The Music Lesson. Lent by Mr. 

Henry C. Frick, Pittsburg. 

Gerard Dou. 1613-1675. Dutch. 

94- Woman playing harpsichord. Lent 



by Mr. 
York. 



George J. Gould, New 



Jean Leon Gerome. 1824-1904. French. 

95- Street scene in Cairo. Lent by 
Mr. George J. Gould, New 
York. 

Rosa Bonheur, 1822-1899. French. 

96. Cattle in Pasture. Lent by Miss 

Helen Miller Gould, New York. 

WEST WALL. 

Solomon Ruysdael. 1600-1670, Dutch. 

97. Landscape with Waterfall. Lent 

by Mr. Henry C. Frick, Pitts- 
burg. 

Alfred Stevens, Contemporary Belgian. 

98. Tea Rose. Lent by Miss Helen 

Miller Gould, New York. 

Constant Troyon. 1810-1865. French. 

99. Near Trouville. Lent by Mr. John 

G. Johnson, Philadelphia. 

GALLERY 7, ENTERING FROM 
GALLERY 6. 

NORTH WALL. 
Stanislas Lepine. Contemporary French. 

100. River Scene at St. Cloud. Lent 

by Mr. Martin A. Ryerson, Chi- 
cago. 



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Loan Collection. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Sir Henry Raeburn. 1736-1823. Scotch, 
loi. Portrait of Jean. Lent by Mr. R. 
Hall McCormick, Chicago. 

John Constable. 1 776-1837. English. 

102. Landscape. Lent by Mr. Cyrus 

H. McCormick, Chicago. 

J. B. C. Corot. 1 796-1875. French. 

103. Farm in Seine-et-Oise. Lent by 

Mr. Charles L. Hutchinson, 
Chicago. 

EAST WALL. 

John Opie. 1761-1807. English. 

104. Portrait of Lady Hamilton. Lent 

by Mr. R. Hall McCormick, 
Chicago. 

George Inness. 1825-1894. American. 

105. A Sunny Autumn Day. Lent by 

Mr. Chauncey J. Blair, Chicago. 

106. Landscape. Lent by Mr. Martin 

A. Ryerson, Chicago. 

107. Passamaquoddy Bay. Lent by 

Mr. Martin A. Ryerson, Chi- 
cago. 

108. The Lone Pine. Lent by Mr. 

Cyrus H. McCormick, Chicago. 

George Frederick Watts. 181 7-1904. 
English. 

109. Portrait of Josef Joachim. Lent 

by Mr. Charles L. Hutchinson, 
Chicago. 

SOUTH WALL. 

C. F. Daubigny. 1817-1878. French, 
no. Alonsj; the banks of the Oise. 
Lent by Mr. and Mrs. F. G. 
Logan, Chicago. 

John Opie. 1 761-1807. English. 

111. Portrait. Lent by Mr. R. Hall 

McCormick, Chicago. 

Emile van Marcke. 1827-1891. French. 

112. Landscape with Cattle. Lent by 

Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Logan, 
Chicago. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Sir Henry Raeburn. 1 736-1823. Scotch. 

113. Portrait of Dr. Welsh Tennant. 

Lent by Mr. R. Hall McCor- 
mick, Chicago. 

Constant Troyon. 1810-1865. French. 

114. Cows in pasture. Lent by Mr. 

and Mrs. F. G. Logan, Chicago. 

Dante Gabriel Rossetti. 1828-1882. Eng- 
lish. 

115. Beata Beatrix. Lent by Mr. 

Charles L. Hutchinson, Chi- 
cago. 

WEST WALL. 

Pierre Puvis de Chavannes. 1824-1899. 
French. 

116. Inspiration Chretienne. Lent by 

Mr. Chauncey J. Blair, Chicago. 

James A. McNeill Whistler. 1834-1903, 
American. 

117. Nocturne, Southampton Water. 

Lent by the Art Institute, 
Chicago. 

Claude Monet. Contemporary French. 

118. Cliffs at Trouville. Lent by the 

Art Institute, Chicago. 

Pierre Puvis de Chavannes. 1824-1899. 
French. 

119. Landscape with figures. Lent by 

Mr. Martin A. Ryerson, Chi- 
cago. 

NORTH WALL. 

J. B. C. Corot. 1796-1875. French. 

120. Landscape with figures. Lent by 

Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Logan, 
Chicago. 

J. L. E. Meissonier. 1815-1891. French. 

121. The Guide. (Water Color.) 

Lent by Mr. P. A. Valentine, 
Chicago. 

Anders L. Zorn. Contemporary Swedish. 

122. Portrait of Mr. A. J. Caton. Lent 

by the Chicago Club. 



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Applied Arts. 



GROUP 14. 
ORIGINAL OBJECTS OF ART WORKMANSHIP. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Adams, Eva E., Chicago. 

1. Mayonnaise bowl, violet and gold 

overglaze decoration. 

Adams, Ralph R., New York. 

2. "Paradise Lost," bound in brown 

crushed levant, with design in 
Viennese inlay and gold tooling. 

3. "Sonnets from the Portuguese," 

bound in blue crushed levant, 
with design in Viennese inlay 
and gold tooling. 

Albert, F. (designer), Terra Cotta, 111. 
Lent by Gates Potteries. 

4. Large Teco vase with four han- 

dles. 

Archer, Annie Mihlani, New York. 
4a. Candlestick. 

Austin, Mrs. Isabel M., Santa Barbara, 
Cal. 

5. Illuminated and embossed leather 

panel, hand tooled over metal 
leaf and color. 

Baggs, Arthur E., Alfred, N. Y. 

Lent by N. Y. State School of 
Clay-working and Ceramics. 

6. Vase (thrown), citron mat glaze. 

7. Vase (thrown), citron mat glaze. 

8. Inlaid jar, polished. 

Bailey, Otavia, New Orleans. 

9. Embroidered table cover. Hand 

woven linen. Lent by New- 
comb College. 

Baird, Mrs. Nannie B., Kansas City, Mo. 

10. Porcelain salad bowl, Persian de- 

sign. 

Baker, Cordelia Taylor, St. Louis. 

11. "Sonnets from the Portuguese," 

bound in red levant morocco. 

12. "Walt Whitman," bound in red 

levant morocco. 

13. "Aucassin and Nicolete," bound in 

green levant morocco. 



Note. — The Executive of the Depart- 
ment of Art desires to acknowledge the 
valuable services of the Society of Arts 
and Crafts of Boston in assisting to 
bring together the varied collection clas- 
sified under Group 14. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Barck, Clara P., Chicago. 

14. Four-piece desk set, decorated 

leather. 

15. Magazine cover, decorated leather. 

16. Card case, decorated leather. 
Barnum, Frances (designer), Cleveland. 
Jane Carson and Mildred Watkins, 

collaborators. 

17. Pierced silver pendant with pearl 

blister, Australian turquoise and 
shaded enamel. 

18. Silver belt clasp, pierced, set with 

chalcedony, shaded enamel. 

19. Salad fork and spoon of beaten 

and pierced silver, enamelled in 
green and white. 

20. Hammered copper dish lined with 

enamel. 

21. Silver tazza with cover and three 

pierced handles. Enamelled de- 
sign on cover and base, set with 
Mexican opals. 

22. Cofifer done in repousse pierced 

copper with shaded enamel 
panels and pierced silver hinges 
and catch, Mexican opal. 
Bartlett, Alfred (designer) < Boston. 

23. Aphorisms. 

24. A Remarkable Almanack. 

25. The Cornhill Booklet. Vol i. 
Bell, Peter, New York. 

26. Stained glass window. "Loch 

Katrine." 
Bennett, Bessie, Chicago. 

27. Illuminated leather portfolio, Per- 

sian design. 

Binns, Charles F. (designer), Alfred, 
N. Y. 

(Director of the New York State School 
of Claj'-working and Ceramics, Alfred, 
New York. A larger exhibit of the 
school's work will be found in the 
New York State Exhibit in the Educa- 
tional Building.) 

28. Two-handled jug (built), blue 

gray mat glaze. 

29. Tea jar (thrown), cloud and pea- 

cock mat glaze. 

30. Tea jar (thrown) with cover, sage 

mat glaze. 

31. Tea jar (thrown) with cover, 

malachite mat glaze. 

32. Bowl (built), red mat glaze, in- 

cised decoration. 



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Applied Arts. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Bird, Mrs. May Mott-Smith, San Fran- 
cisco. 

33. Gold miniature frame with pearls 

and precious stones. 

34. Gold thumb ring with olivines, 

opal matrix and diamonds. 

35. Gold and jade mounting for mag- 

nifying glass. 

36. Gold necklace with opal and pearl. 

37. Silver gilt comb with enamel and 

smoked topaz, peacock design. 

38. Gold collaret with precious stones, 

deep sea and seed pearls. 

39. Gold pendant with jade drops and 

yellow Abalone pearl. 

40. Gold chain and locket with tur- 

quoise matrix and pearl. 

41. Gold pin with star sapphire and 

Abalone pearl. 

42. Gold belt buckle with enamel, opal 

matrix and amethyst. 
Borden, Willis (designer), Colorado 
Springs, Colo. 

■ Lent by Van Briggle Pottery. 

43. Vase with green glaze, modelled 

decoration. 

Bryant, Wallace, Boston. 

44. Copper bowl with enamelled band. 

Bulkley, Mary E., St. Louis. 

45. "Leaves of Grass," bound in green 

crushed levant. Lent by Judge 
Jacob Klein. 

46. Original Ms. by E. E. Hale, bound 

in green crushed levant. 

47. Original Ms. by Chas. G. Leland, 

bound in green crushed levant. 

48. Original Ms. "The Lady or the 

Tiger,,' bound in blue crushed 
levant. 

Nos. 46 to 48 lent by Mr. W. 
K. Bixty. 
Budd, Blanch, Chicago. 

49. Green bronze candlestick. 

Burdick, Bessie, Alfred, N. Y. 

Lent by N. Y. State School of 
Qay-working and Ceramics. 

50. Jar (built), with cloud and pea- 

cock mat gdaze. 
50a. Dark blue vase, incised decoration. 
Burton, Mrs. Elizabeth E., Santa Bar- 
bara, Cal. 

51. Illuminated leather chest, iron 

bound. 

52. Leather and shell table mat. 

53. Leather and shell table mat. 

54. Brass and shell lamp shade. 

55. Shell tea screen. 

56. Copper and shell lamp shade. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Carper, Minnette Slayback, St. Louis. 

57. Photograph frame of stained wood 

with tooled lead mounts. 

Carson, Jane (designer), Cleveland. 

Frances Barnum and Mildred Watkins, 
collaborators. 

58. Silver gilt brooch, pierced and 

interlaced, set with Abalone 
pearl. 

59. Pendant and necklace in silver 

gilt pierced and carved. Set 
with tourmalines and pearl blis- 
ters. 

60. Two salt cups and spoons and two 

pepper pots of beaten silver 
with enamel. 

61. Child's porringer and spoon in 

beaten silver, clover design, 
pierced and carved, with enamel 
lining and panels. 

62. Silver trinket box, repousse de- 

sign on sides and cover. 
Enamel panel lid, ship design. 

63. Hand mirror, hammered to shape, 

with enamelled back and handle. 

Carson, Jane, and Frances Barnum (de- 
signers), Cleveland. 
Mildred Watkins, collaborator. 

64. Alms dish in repousse copper with 

iridescent finish. Set with 
enamel panels. 

Codman, William Christmas (designer), 
Providence, R. I. 

Lent by Gorham Mfg. Co. 

65. Table constructed of ebony, ivory 

and silver mountings, with mar- 
quetrie panels composed of 
ebony, ivory, pearl and silver. 
Mahogany and boxwood chair, 
ebony, ivory and silver, with 
embossed leather seat. Desk 
set of hammered silver with re- 
pousse decoration. 

Coffman, Mrs. Genevieve S., Kansas 
City, Mo. 

66. Salad bowl, conventional decora- 

tion in enamel. 

Cole, Lillie E., Chicago, 

67. Porcelain service plate with over- 

glaze decoration in enamel. 



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Applied Arts. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Conwell, Clarke (designer), New Roch- 
elle, N. Y. 

Fourteen printed books and 
three vellum bindings, executed 
under Mr. Conwell's direction 
at the Elston Press. 

68. The Faerie Queen. 

69. Aucassin and Nicolete. 

70. The Tale of Gamelyn. 

71. Cupid and Psyches. 

72. The Daughters of Colann. 

73. Poems by Robert Herrick (2). 

74. L'Allegro and II Penseroso (2). 

75. Patterne of Painefulle Adventures. 

76. Samson Agonistes. 

77. The Cenci. 

77a. Daphnis and Chloe (2). 

78. Poems by Robert Herrick, bound 

in vellum. 

79. Cupid and Psyches, bound in 

vellum. 

80. The Daughters of Colann, bound 

in vellum. 

Copeland, Elizabeth E., Bedford, Mass. 

81. Round repousse silver box. 

82. Octagon repousse silver box with 

enamel and pearls. 

83. Silver clock with enamelled panels. 

Crosbee, Mrs. W. G., Buffalo, N. Y. 

84. Copper buckle with champleve 

enamel, blue bell design. 

85. Copper brooch with Limoges 

enamel. 

Crowell, Rufus, Winchester, Mass. 

86-89. Four tall bronze candlesticks. 
go-91. Two short bronze candlesticks. 

Curtis, Wm. Fuller, Washington, D. C. 

92. "The Golden Dish," a panel of 

burned and carved wood. 

Daly, Matt A. (designer), Cincinnati. 

Lent by Rookwood Pottery. 

93. Vase with underglaze slip paint- 

ing of fishes. 
93a- Green bowl, pink decoration. 

Darby, Nanny F., Princeton, Ky. 

94. Sculptured leather card case. 

95. Sculptured leather book cover. 

96. Sculptured leather portfolio. 

de Cordova, Julian (designer), Somer- 
ville, Mass. 

John Lofquist and Andrew Long, col- 
laborators. 

97. Tall crystal ribbed vase with fluted 

top. 

98. Crystal ribbed pitcher. 



Exhibit 
No. 

99. Tall crystal ribbed vase with flar- 

ing top. 

100. Crystal ribbed vase, tapered, 
loi. Tall slender crystal ribbed vase. 

102. Tall slender green ribbed vase. 

103. Cylindrical crystal ribbed vase. 

104. Crystal ribbed dish. 

105. Crystal ribbed vase, after old 

Italian (2). 

106. Crystal ribbed plate, after old 

Italian. 

107. Crystal ribbed finger bowl and 

plate, after old English. 

108. Crystal ribbed violet bowl. 

109. Crystal ribbed tumbler. 

no. Crystal ribbed "Empire" liqueur 
glass. 

111. Crystal ribbed "Empire" sherbet. 

112. Crystal ribbed "Empire" finger 

bowl and plate. 

113. Crystal cut "Empire" apollinaris 

glass. 

114. Crystal cut "Empire" tumbler. 

115. Crystal cut "Empire" claret 

glass. 

116. Crystal cut "Empire" sherry 

glass. 

Delavigne, Marie (designer), New Or- 
leans. 

Lent by Newcomb College. 

117. Embroidered table cover, Roma 

rose motif. 

Dibble, Mabel C, Chicago. 

118. Porcelain box and cover with 

conventional design in enamels. 

119. Porcelain sake pot and cover 

with conventional design in 
enamels. 

Diers, Edward (designer), Cincinnati. 
Lent by Rookwood Pottery. 

120. Small vase with glaze painting of 

roses. 

Dolese, Rose and Minnie, Chicago. 

121. Leather cushion, peacock feather 

motif. 

122. Leather magazine cover, Arabian 

design. 

123. Leather case for laces, Japanese 

design with old ivory ornament. 

124. Leather bag, Japanese design 

with filagree ornaments. 

125. Leather bag with carved ivory 

bead. 

126. Leather bag with carved teak- 

wood bead. 

127. Leather pouch with cat's eye or- 

nament. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Applied Arts. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Dolese, Rose and Minnie, Chicago — Con- 
tinued. 

128. Leather coin purse, hair calf and 

copper clasp. 

129. Leather card case. 

130. Leather card case. 

131. Leather card case, floral motif. 

132. Leather portfolio, Egyptian lotus 

design. 

133. Leather magazine cover, Japa- 

nese design. 

134. Leather four-piece desk set, 

Egj^ptian scarabeus design. 

135. Leather writing portfolio, rose 

motive. 

136. Leather table mat, Arabian rug 

design. 

Dudley, Harry W., and J. Samuel Hodge, 
collaborators, Boston. 

137. Blunt's "Esther," full crushed 

levant. 

138. "Handicraft." Vol. I, full crushed 

levant. 

139. "Omar Kheyyam," full blue 

levant with double. Tooled and 
inlaid Persian design. Lent by 
Mr. Oakes Ames. 

Eaton, Charles Frederick, Santa Barbara, 

Cal. 
Robert W. Hyde and Guadelupe Bulhea, 

collaborators. 

140. Jewelry cabinet of cedar, covered 

with sheepskin and trimmed 
with copper. 

141. Lantern of Russian iron and 

Philippine shell. 

142. Brass tea caddy. 

143. Brass tea tray. 

144. Brass tea screen. 

145. Iron inkstand. 

146. Iron candlestick. 

147. Brass electric light shade with 

chain. Set with Philippine 
pearl. 

148. Guest book, covered with calf- 

skin and mounted in iron. 

149. Marriage certificate, illuminated 

on parchment, bound in white 
calf with brass trimmings. 

150. XXin. Psalm, bound in green 

calf with brass trimmings, and 
set with azurite. 

151. The Beatitudes, illuminated on 

vellum; brass cover, set with 
squares of Philippine shell 
studded with Abalone shells cut 
as stones. 



Exhibit 
No. 

152. Silver or jewel cabinet, covered 

with green calf with brass trim- 
mings set with Abalone shells. 

153. I. Corinthians, chapter XIU., 

illuminated on vellum, bound 
in green calf, iron mountings. 

Farnham, Paulding (designer), New 
York. 

Lent by Tififany & Company. 

154. Renaissance teapot, repousse sil- 

ver. 

155. Renaissance sugar bowl, repousse 

silver. 

156. Renaissance urn for milk, re- 

pousse silver. 

157. Renaissance bowl, repousse sil- 

ver. 

158. Renaissance cream pitcher, re- 

pousse silver. 

159. Renaissance salver, repousse sil- 

ver. 

160. East Indian ink well, repousse 

gold and carved ivory. 

161. Madura vase, Javanese. Ham- 

mered from one plate of fine 
gold into the complete shape 
without a seam. Enamelled 
and set with vari-colored sap- 
phires. 

162. Burmese ink well, repousse gold, 

carved ivory, enamelled. 

163. Florentine mirror, repousse gold. 

164. Florentine powder box, repousse 

gold. 

165. Florentine cologne bottle, re- 

pousse gold. 

166. Genoese vase, gold, hammered 

into shape from one single 
plate; enamelled champleve; 
tourmalines from California. 

167. Mandarin basket, silver gilt, rock 

crystal, enamelled. 

168. Collar and pendant; i6th century 

Spanish. Rose diamonds, 

carved gold figures; enamelled. 

Folsom, Catharine E., Winchester, Mass. 

169. .Silver tea strainer, ebony handle. 

170. Silver sugar tongs, engraved. 

Foote, Florence, New York. 

171. "Shakspeare's Sonnets," bound in 

green crushed levant, gold 
tooled and inlaid with gray-blue 
levant. 

172. "Life of William Morris," bound 

in brown pig skin, blind tooled. 
• Lent by Miss Mary Soper, New 
York. 



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Exhibit 

N». 

Foote, Florence, New York — Continued. 

173. "The House of Life," bound in 

golden brown crushed levant, 
gold tooled. Lent by Miss 
Mary Soper, New York. 

174. "The Philobiblon" bound in 

orange crushed levant, gold 
tooled. Lent by Miss G. D. 
Litchfield, Washington. 

Forssen, Carl G., Boston. 

Lent by the Handicraft Shop. 

175. Silver mayonnaise bowl and 

spoon. 

Frazee, Mrs. A. A., Chicago. 

176. Porcelain three-footed bowl, con- 

ventional design in enamels. 

Frazer, Mrs. Beulah L., Chicago. 

177. Porcelain cup and saucer with 

red and gold overglaze decora- 
tion. 

178. Porcelain bowl, conventional de- 

sign of white flowers in enamel. 

179. Porcelain mayonnaise bowl, con- 

ventional design of flowers in 
enamel. 

180. Porcelain milk pitcher, overglaze 

conventional design of flowers 
in enamel. 

Fry, Marshal, New York. 

181. Tea jar with cover. Gray cream 

glaze, black decoration. 

182. Tea jar with cover. Red enamel 

glaze. 

183. Box with cover. Green enamel 

glaze, black decoration. 

184. Bowl. Blue and green enamel 

glaze ornament in relief. 

185. Bowl. Green glaze inside, red 

outside black decoration. 

186. Bowl with handles. Black and 

red enamel glaze. 

187. Bowl. Black enamel glaze inside, 

incised ornament outside. 

Fuller, Lura Ward, Kansas City, Mo. 

188. Porcelain bowl, conventionalized 

flowers. 

189. Porcelain vase, Persian motif. 

Garden, H. M. G. (designer). Terra 
Cotta, 111. 

Lent by Gates Potteries. 
190- Teco vase with incised decora- 
tion. , 



Exhibit 
No. 



Gates, W. D. (designer), Terra Cotta, 111. 

Lent by Gates Potteries. 

Large Teco garden vase. 

Large Teco garden vase. 

Teco vase. 

Teco dish. 

Teco vase. 

Teco vase with modelled decora- 
tion. 

Small Teco vase. 

Small Teco vase with long neck. 

Gerard, Mrs. Laura S., Kansas City, Mo. 

199. Porcelain salad bowl, in blue and 

yellow. 

200. Porcelain salad bowl: "Cher- 

ries." (Glass enamels.) 

Porcelain salad bowl: "Swamp 
flowers." 

Porcelain celadon bowl and plate. 

Porcelain plate. 

Porcelain bon-bon box. 

Porcelain vase: "Japanese cu- 
cumber." 

Gerow, Grace D., Chicago. 

206. Decorated leather card case, ooze 
calfskin. 

Decorated leather card case, calf- 
skin. 

Decorated leather bag, calfskin. 
Clara P. Barck, collaborator. 

Godwin, Alfred, Philadelphia. 

(Nos. 209-215 over East Entrance.) 
209, "Angel of the Annunciation." 
"Virgin Mary." 
"Knights in Armor." 
"Angel Gabriel." 
(These windows are made of 
English antique glass, painted 
with glass enamel and vitrified 
or fired in the glass.) 

Goodhue, Harry E., Cambridge, Mass. 

213. Design for decoration of chancel. 

214. Stained glass panel, "The Pres- 

entation." 

Goudy, Fred W. (designer), Hingham, 
Mass. 

Bertha M. Goudy and Will H. Ransom, 
collaborators. 

215. "Printing," by Wm. Morris and 

Emery Walker. Bound in 
boards. On hand-made paper, 
the Village type. (The first 
book by the Village Press.) 
"The Blessed Damozel," by D. 
G. Rossetti. On imperial Japan 
vellum; the Village type. (The 
second book.) 



191. 
192. 

193. 
194. 

195- 
196. 

197. 
198. 



201. 

202. 
203. 
204. 
205. 



207. 
208. 



210. 
211. 
212. 



216. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Applied Arts. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Goudy, Fred. W. (designer), Hingham, 
Mass. — Continued. 

217. "A Dissertation upon Roast Pig," 

by Charles Lamb. On Imperial 
Japan vellum; the Village type. 
(The third book.) 

218. "The Hollow Land," by William 

Morris. On Whatman hand- 
made paper; the Village type. 
Illustrations by Walter J. En- 
right; The Village type. Bound 
in Italian vellum. 

Haydock, May S., Philadelphia. 

219. Copper watch fob with champleve 

enamel. 

Hellman, Laura, St, Louis. 

220. "Aurora Leigh," green crushed 

levant binding, gold tooled. 
Lent by Mrs. I. A. Schoen. 

221. "Shakespeare's Sonnets," green 

crushed levant binding, gold 
tooled, gauffred edges. Lent by 
Mrs. Joseph Glaser. 

Heuermann, Magda M. (designer), Chi- 
cago. 

C. A. Miiller, collaborator. 

222. Bag with silver top, set with 

lapis-lazuli and malachite. 

Hicks, Amy Mali, New York. 

223. Wrought leather portfolio, sea 

weed motif. 

224. Wrought leather frame, rose 

motif. 

Hoagland, Jane, New York. 

225. Light green bowl with incised 

decoration. 

226. Square vase with incised decora- 

tion, green enamel. 

227. Vase with incised decoration, 

green gray enamel. 

Houston, Mrs. Frances C, Windsor, Vt. 

228. Silver pendant, set with chalce- 

dony. 

229. Enameled silver belt buckle. 

Humphrey, Mrs. E. L., Chicago. 

230. Porcelain bouillon cup, saucer 

and cover, conventional design 
in enam.els. 

Hurley, E. T. (designer), Cincinnati. 
Lent by Rookwood Pottery. 

231. Vase with fish in underglaze 

painting. 



has 
ten 



and 



Exhibit 
No. 

Indians of North America. A collection 
of work by men and women of tribes 
of the far West, selected by Mr. Ernest 
A. Batchelder, and lent by "The Wig- 
wam," Pasadena, Cal. The work is 
done by individual Indians and 
been produced within the past 
years. 
By Cahuilla Indian woman. 

232. Basket woven of grasses 

willow. 

By Hopi (Moqui) Indian woman. 

233. Sacred meal tray woven of yucca 

and representing the Katciua 
dancers. (Analine dyes.) 

234. Sacred meal tray woven of fine 

grasses and willow. (Analine 
dyes.) 

By Hupa Indian woman. 

235. Cap woven of grasses and 

maiden hair fern stem. 

236. Cap woven of grasses and 

maiden hair fern stem. 

237. Cap woven of grasses and 

maiden hair fern stem. 

238. Cap woven of grasses and 

maiden hair fern stem. 

By Navajo Indian women. 

239. Hand spun and woven blanket — 

very fine. 

240. Hand spun and woven blanket. 

241. Hand spun and woven blanket. 

242. Hand spun and woven squaw's 

dress. 

243. Hand spun and woven squaw's 

shawl. 

244. Hand spun and woven girdle. 

By Navajo Indian men. 

245. Silver belt for men. 

246. Silver bridle. 

247. Silver bracelet. 

248. Silver bracelet. 

249. Silver bracelet set with turquoise. 

250. Silver bracelet. 

251. Silver bracelet. 

252. Silver bracelet. 

253. Silver bracelet. 

254. Silver bracelet. 

255. Silver bracelet. 

256. Silver bracelet. 

257. Silver bracelet. 

258. Silver bracelet. 

• 259. Silver belt buckle. 

260. Silver belt buckle. 

261. Silver belt buckle. 



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Applied Arts. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Indians of North America — Continued. 

262. Silver belt buckle. 

263. Silver buttons (worn on mocas- 

sins and shirts). 

264. Silver buttons (worn on mocas- 

sins and shirts). 

265. Silver buttons (worn on mocas- 

sins and shirts). 

266. Silver buttons (worn on mocas- 

sins and shirts). 

267. Silver buttons (worn on mocas- 

sins and shirts). 

268. Silver buttons (worn on mocas- 

sins and shirts). 

269. Silver buttons (worn by mocas- 

sins and shirts). 

270. Silver swastica, set with tur- 

quoise. 

271. Silver ring, set with garnet. 

272. Silver ring, set with turquoise. 

273. Silver ring, set with turquoise. 

274. Silver ring, set with turquoise. 

275. Silver ring, set with turquoise. 

276. Silver ring, set with turquoise. 

277. Silver ring, set with garnet. 

278. Silver ring, set with coral. 

279. Silver necklace. 

By Pima Indian woman. 

280. Basket woven of willow. 

By Porno Indian woman. 

281. Small basket woven of grasses 

and willow. 

282. Small basket woven of grasses 

and willow. 

By Pueblo Village men. 

283. Ceremonial sash used in religious 

dances. 

284. Ceremonial kilt used in religious 

dances. 

By Tulare Indian woman. 

285. Bottle-necked basket. 

286. Bottle-necked basket decorated 

with topknots of mountain 
quail. 

By Zuni Indian men. 

287. Shell drill used to drill wampum, 

turquoise, etc. 
(For additional Indian work, see Nos. 
918 to 945.) 

Insco, Joseph, Woodbridge, N. J. 

288. Two-handled vase with pink 

flowing glaze. Lent by Poillon 
Pottery. 



290. 
291. 
292. 



293. 
294. 

295. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Jones, Henrietta Ord, St. Louis. 

289. Vase with mottled brown semi- 
glaze. 
Vase with gray green soft glaze. 
Vase with soft green mat glaze. 
Bowl in green semi-glaze. 

Joor, Hattie, New Orleans. 

Lent by Newcomb Pottery. 
Cracker jar with conventional 

decoration of tansy. 
Slender vase with conventional 

decoration of holly. 
Large vase with conventional 

decoration of magnolia. 
Kennon, Roberta B, (designer), New 
Orleans. 

Lent by Newcomb Pottery. 

296. Large vase with modelled iris 

decoration. 
Knight, Mary C, Boston. 

297. Tooled silver cream pitcher. 

298. Tooled silver sugar bowl. 

Knight, Mary C. (designer), Boston. 

Seth Ek, collaborator. 

Lent by the Handicraft Shop. 

299. Large tooled silver plate. 

300. Small tooled silver plate. 

301. Small enamelled silver bowl. 
Knight, Mary C. (designer), Boston. 
Karl F. Leinonen, collaborator. 

Lent by the Handicraft Shop. 

302. Child's silver mug. 
303-304- Two salt cellars. 
305-306. Two salt spoons. 
307. Table spoon. 

Dessert spoon. 
Tea spoon. 
Tea fork. 
Oj'ster fork. 

Koronski, Andre, Philadelphia. 
312. Necklace of beaten silver with 

winged scarab and chain of 

cobras. 
Silver pin with blue pendant. 
Silver hook for glasses, grotesque 

dog's head. 
Silver pin with blue stone. 
Silver pin with large blue stone. 
Winged scarab in silver. Lent 

by Dr. H. Frances Bartlett. 
Silver belt pin, sunflower design. 

Lent by Miss A. J. Morse. 
Silver pin with blue ball pendant. 
Silver pin with wild rose design. 

Lent by Miss J. R. Cross. 
A frame of twelve book plate 

designs. 



308. 
309. 
310. 
311- 



313. 
314- 

315. 
316. 

317- 
318. 

315- 
320. 

321. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Applied Arts. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Krasser, Frederick, Boston. 

322. Wrought iron grill. 

Kunkler, Adolphe C, Boston. 

323. Silver bon-bon dish, holly border. 

324. Silver bon-bon dish, oak border. 

Nos. 323 and 324 lent by Mrs. 
F. A. Whiting. 

325. Copper jardiniere with brass or- 

naments. 
326-333. Eight copper dishes colored 
by heat and acids. 

Lamb, Frederick S. (designer), New 
York. 

Window in Gallery 12. 

334. "Spirit of the Revolution." Win- 

dow to be placed in St. Luke's 
Home, New York, to commem- 
morate the Battle of Harlem 
Heights, by the Daughters of 
the Revolution of the State of 
New York. 

Laurence, Sturgis (designer), Cincinnati. 

Lent by Rookwood Pottery. 

335. Blue Vase with red poppy design 

in underglaze painting. 

Lawrence, F. Walter (designer), New 
York. 

Nos. 334 to 358 executed by 
Gustav Manz. 

336. Gold "Lotus" ring with Cyprian 

glass fragment. 

337. Gold "Snake" ring with Cyprian 

glass fragment. 

338. Gold "Asp and Lotus" sleeve 

links with Cyprian glass frag- 
ment. 

339. Gold "Sphinx Head" scarf pin 

with Cyprian glass fragment. . 

340. Gold "Pyramid and Palms" scarf 

pin with Cyprian glass frag- 
ment. 

341. Gold "Asps" charm with Cyprian 

glass fragment. 

342. Gold "Sphinx and Pyramid" 

charm with Cyprian glass frag- 
ment. 

343. Gold "Serpent" fob with Cyprian 

glass fragment. 

344. Gold "Pyramid and Camels" 

brooch with Cyprian glass frag- 
ment. 

345. Gold "Lotus and Dragon-fly" 

comb with Cyprian glass frag- 
ment. 

346. Gold "Butterfly" pendant with 

opal matrix, baroque pearl and 
olivine. 



Exhibit 
No. 

347- 



Gold "Peacock" corsage ornament 
with sapphires, olivines, dia- 
monds and tourmaline. 

Gold seal ring. Set with sap- 
phire. "Gladiator Discobulus." 

Gold seal ring. Set with olivine. 
"Dragon." 

Gold seal ring. Set with sap- 
phire. "Panther." 

Gold "Mermaid" ring. Set with 
baroque pearl. 

Gold belt buckle with topaz. 

Gold "Cupid" pendant. 

Gold "Deer" pendant. 

Gold brooch: "Hounds in leash." 

Gold brooch with opal matrix; 
"Jean d'Arc." 

Gold "Sphinx" brooch. 

Gold "Aurora" brooch. 

Gold "Psyche" scarf pin with 
opal. 

Gold "Dolphin" scarf pin with 
baroque pearl. 

Gold peacock brooch with Cy- 
prian glass fragments sapphires 
and olivine. Executed by Dur- 
and & Co. 

Gold watchfob. Babylonish cyl- 
inders sarasaic charm. Exe- 
cuted by J. N. Provenzano. 
(The Cyprian glass fragments 
used in many of these pieces 
were found in tombs of the old 
city of Jerusalem and are 2,000 
years old.) 

Le Blanc, Marie Hoa (designer), New 
Orleans. 

Lent by Newcomb Pottery. 
Vase with wild rose decoration 

in relief. 
Vase with iris decoration in re- 



348. 

349- 

350. 

351. 

352. 
353. 
354- 
355. 
356. 

357. 
358. 
359. 

360. 
361'. 



362. 



363. 
364- 
365. 
366. 



lief. 

Vase with lily decoration in re- 
lief. 

Small vase with incised decora- 
tion. 



B. (desigfner), 



Le Boutillier, Addison 
Boston. 

William H. Grueby, collaborator. Lent 
by Grueby Faience Co. 

367. Vase with unusual flow of enamel 

over ornament. 

368. Gray green vase, peculiar vein- 

ing. 

369. Dark vase with smooth surface. 

370. Vase with mullein leaf motif. 

371. Tall vase, ivory-toned. 

372. Vase designed for lamp base. 



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Exhibit 
No. 

Le Boutillier, Addison B. — Continued. 

373. Vase with leaf ornament forming 

handles. 

374. Small spheroidal form vase. 

375. Tall green vase. 

376. Vase with leaf-like veining of 

enamel. 

377. Vase with leaf motif. 

378. Gray green vase with unusual 

heat markings. 

379. Vase with leaves and lighter 

green buds. 

380. Jar with heavy veining. 

381. Vase of oriental form. 

382. Vase with dark smooth surface. 

383. Vase with unusual crystallization 

of the enamel. 

384. Dark melon-shaped vase. 

385. Light green vase resembling 

celadon. 

386. Vase with deep yellow enamel. 

387. Narrow-necked bowl. 

388. Light green vase. 

389. Gray blue bowl. 

390. Tall vase, yellow buds, dark 

veining. 

391. Vase with cobalt blue enamel. 

392. Small ivory-toned vase. 

393. Vase with light green resembling 

celadon. 

394. Vase of classic form with handles. 

395. Small light blue vase. 

396. Plum colored vase. 

397. Small piece, cofifee brown. 

398. Vase of oriental form, ivory 

crackle. 

399. Vase with green enamel over 

blue. 

400. Vase of classic form, ivory tone. 

401. Small dark blue piece. 

402. Vase of oriental form, ivory 

crackle. 

403. Light blue vase. 

404. Light yellow vase. 

405. Tall vase, varied tones of green. 

406. Circular panel for church decora- 

tion. 

Leinonen, Karl F., Boston. 

Lent by the Handicraft Shop, 
Boston. 

407. Large ladle after Finnish model. 
Leonard, Anna B., New York. 

408. Tea pot with three cups and 

saucers, landscape design. 

409. Dinner plate in gold and white. 

410. Dinner plate design of six water 

lilies. 

411. Dinner plate design of twelve 

water lilies. 

412. Octagonal plate, Arabic design. 



Exhibit 
No. 

413. White and gold plate, nasturtium 

design. 

414. White and gold plate, rose de- 

sign. 

Lindeman, Laura E. (designer), Cincin- 
nati. 

Lent by Rookwood Pottery. 

415. Vase with pink blossoms in glaze 

painting. 

Long, Jenny, Boston. 

416. Embroidered curtain. 

Lonnegan, Ada (designer). New Orleans. 

Lent by Newcomb Pottery. 

417. Tapered vase with blue and yel- 

low decoration. 

MacNeil, Mrs. Carol Brooks, College 
Point, N. Y. 

418. Copper and bronze samovar. • 

419. Large bronze inkstand. 

420. Bronze cigar holder. 

421. Bronze ash cup. 

422. Bronze candle holder. 

McDonald, Mrs. A. J., Kansas City, Mo. 

423. Porcelain plate, Japanese straw- 

berry design in enamels. 

424. Porcelain stein, pomegranate de- 

sign in lustre and enamel. 
424a. Round blue vase, incised decora- 
tion. 
McLaughlin, M. Louise, Cincinnati. 

425. Small blue gray vase with 

handles. 

426. Small gray vase with modelled 

decoration. 

427. Small green and rose vase with 

modelled decoration. 

428. Small green vase with modelled 

decoration. 

429. Small lilac vase 

decoration. 

430. Small blue vase 

decoration. 

431. Small green and blue vase with 

handles. 

432. Small green and blue vase with 

modelled decoration. 

433. Small mauve vase with modelled 

decoration. 

434. Small blue and gray vase with 

modelled decoration. 

435. Small brown and gray vase with 

modelled decoration. 

Marot, Elizabeth Griscom, Philadelphia. 

436. "Art and the Beauty of the 

Earth," bound in green crushed 
levant, with border of "onlays" 
of lilies in putty colored levant, 
gold tooled. 



with modelled 
with modelled 



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Applied Arts. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Mercer, Henry C. (designer), Doyles- 

town, Pa. 

437-496. Sixty cases of set tiles show- 
ing various designs and ar- 
rangements for floor, wall 
and fireplace uses. 

497-510. Fourteen glazed mugs. 

511-516. Six glazed sconces. 

517-520. Four glazed boxes. 

520a. Plaster panel for church, incised 
decoration. 

Meyers, Joseph F., New Orleans. 

Lent by Newcomb Pottery. 

521. Tall vase with green metallic 

glaze. 

522. Vase with red metallic glaze and 
modelled decoration. 

Mitchell, Marianne (designer), Cincin- 
nati. 

Lent b)'^ Rookwood Pottery. 

523. Blue Vase with mistletoe decora- 

tion in underglaze slip painting. 

Mundie, W. B. (designer), Terra Cotta, 111. 
Lent by Gates Potteries. 

524. Teco vase with four handles. 

525. Teco vase with two handles. 

526. Teco bowl with four feet. 

Murphy, Hermann Dudley, Wincb'^^ter, 
Mass. 

527. Carved oval portrait or mirror 

frame, gilded over red burnish 
size. 

528. Carved portrait frame, gilded 

over red burnish size. 

529. Carved frame, gilded. (On "The 

Blue Organdy Dress." Picture 
No. II9S-) 

530. Carved frame, gilded. (On "The 

Lavender Shawl." Picture 
No. 1197.) 

531. Carved frame, gilded. (On "Still 

Life." Picture No. 544.) 

Nathurst, Louise M., Cambridge, Mass. 

532. Embroidered square of linen. 

Nicholson, Leona (designer), New Or- 
leans. 

Lent by Newcomb Pottery. 
533- Vase with modelled white tulip 

decoration. 
534. Vase with modelled yellow tulip 

decoration. 
535- Vase with modelled decoration. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Nickerson, Thos. S., Newburyport, Mass. 

Lent by the Merrimac Pottery. 

536. Small vase with brown glaze. 

537. Small vase with gray green mat 

glaze. 

538. Small vase with green glaze. 

539. Small vase with green mat glaze. 

540. Small vase with gray mat glaze. 

541. Small vase with black glaze. 

542. Small vase with yellow glaze. 

543. Small vase with brown blue 

glaze. 

544. Small vase with black glaze. 

545. Small vase with yellow glaze. 

546. Small vase with green glaze. 

547. Small vase, white unglazed. 

548. Small vase, white unglazed. 

549. Large garden vase, rough gray 

glaze. 

550. Large garden vase, rough gray 

green glaze. 

551. Garden or lamp vase with blue 

mat glaze. 

552. Garden or lamp vase with green 

mat glaze. 

553. Red unglazed bowl, from Arrehe- 

tian model. 

554. Small red unglazed bowl, from 

Arrehetian model. 

555. Red unglazed plaque, from Arre- 

hetian model. 

556. Small vase with green mat glaze. 

Lent by Mr. J. T. Coolidge, Jr. 

557. Small vase with blue mat glaze. 

Lent by Mr. J. T. Coolidge, Jr. 

558. Vase with soft green and white 

enamel. Lent by Mrs. Henry 
Whitman, 

559. Vase with black glaze. Lent by 

Mrs. F. A. Whiting. 

560. Vase with purple crackle. Lent 

by Mrs. J. M. Sears. 

561. Vase with handles, gray glaze. 

Lent by Mrs. J. M. Sears. 
561a. Tall vase, blue mat glaze. 
55ib. Tall vase, green mat glaze. 

Pastorius, C. Sharpless (designer), Colo- 
rado Springs, Colo. 

Lent by the Van Briggle Pot- 
tery. 

562. Small vase with green and yel- 

low glaze. 

563. Vase with green and purple 

glaze, modelled decoration. 
Peinlich, Max, Hoboken, N. J. 

564. Back comb. "Italian poppy 

leaves." Carved ivory with 
gold and diamonds. 

565. Hair comb. Carved ebony with 

silver, diamonds and turquoise. 



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Exhibit 
No. 

Peinlich, Max, Hoboken, N. J. — Con- 
tinued. 

566. Necklace. Lilies and child's head 

in carved ivory with silver, gold 
and enamel, set w^ith pearls and 
diamonds. 

567. Necklace and pendant, represent- 

ing "Night." Carved ivory 
with enamel, gold and dia- 
monds. 

568. "Medusa's Head" ring of carved 

ivory, gold and diamond. 

569. "Medusa's Head" ring. Cast and 

chased gold with diamond. 

Perkins, Mrs. Annie Fairfield, New York. 

570. Fruit dish with modelled band of 

decoration. 

571. Tall jug with stopper. 

Perkins, Lucy Fairfield, New York. 

572. Large black jar with handles 

after Etruscan. 

573. Two-handled cup with figures in 

relief and incised band. 

574. Tobacco jar with figures in relief. 

575. Glazed garden pot with modelled 

band of decoration. 

Pinney, O. Geneva Reed (designer), 
Gincinnati. 

Lent by Rookwood Pottery. 

576. Small vase, brown and gray mat 

glaze, incised decoration. 

577. Vase in black mat glaze, incised 

decoration. 

577a. Light olive vase, incised decora- 
tion. 

577b. Light olive vase, relief decora- 
tion. 

Plummer, L. A., New Bedford, Mass. 

578. Carved and stained wood panel. 

Pomeroy, Sanford B., Paris, France. 

579. Carved and colored wood writing 

pad. Lent by Mrs. H. A. Alex- 
ander. 

580. Carved and colored wood port- 

folio. Galleon. 

581. Carved and colored wood book 

cover. "Helice." 

582. Carved and colored wood book 

cover. "Rubaiyat." 

583. Carved and colored wood book 

cover. "Rose Book." 

584. Carved and colored wood book 

cover. "Sonnets." 

585. Carved and colored wood book 

cover. "Verses." 

586. Carved and colored wood blotter. 



Exhibit 

No. 

588. Carved and colored wood blotter 

Galleon. 

. 589. Carved and colored wood picture 

frame. (On "The Spirit of the 

Renaissance." Picture No. 

Pond, T. H. (designer), Rochester, N. Y. 

Lent by Poillon Pottery, New 
York. 

590. Carved pottery jardiniere, bronze 

glaze. 

Price, Wm. L. (designer), Philadelphia. 

Thomas Peterson, Jacques Rigoulot and 
John Maene, collaborators. 

Lent by the Rose Valley Shops. 

591. Gothic table of quartered whit« 

oak with carved panels framed 
in ends. 

592. Gothic bench seat of quartered 

white oak. 

593. Elizabethan arm chair of quar- 

tered white oak with leather 
seat and cushion. 

Price, Wm. L. (designer), Philadelphia. 

K. Knutsen, John Maene and Jacques 
Rigoulot, collaborators. 

Lent by the Rose Valley Shops. 

594. Ramshead chair, quartered white 

oak, with leather seat and back. 
595- Quartered oak chair with leather 
seat and back, carved rail. 

Price, Wm. L. (designer), Philadelphia. 
Peter Peterson and Jacques Rigoulot, 
collaborators. 

Lent by the Rose Valley Shops. 

596. Quartered oak chair with leather 

seat and back, and carved twist 
legs. 

Randolph, Sabella, Alfred, N. Y. 

Lent by the N. Y. State School 
of Clay-working and Ceramics. 

597. Vase (built), mushroom mat 

glaze. 

598. Bowl (built) with cover, pond 

green mat glaze. 

Raymond, Ruth (designer), Chicago. 
Clara P. Barck and Grace D. Gerow, col- 
laborators, 

599. Blotter and pen wiper, decorated 

leather. 

600. Blotter and pen wiper, decorated 

leather. 

601. Card case, decorated leather. 



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Applied Arts. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Reade, Christia M., Chicago. 

602. Copper pendant with turquoise 

matrix setting. 

603. Copper watch fob with Aus- 

trah"an opal setting. 

604. Copper cloak button with mal- 

achite setting. 

Rimmer, Caroline Hunt, Boston. 

605. Terra cotta vase. 

Roman, Amelie (designer). New Orleans. 

Lent by Newcomb Pottery. 

606. Vase with incised jessamine dec- 

oration. 

607. Large vase with incised decora- 

tion. 

608. Small pitcher with dragon fly 

decoration. 

Robertson, H. C, Dedham, Mass. 

6og. Vase with red glaze. 

610. Vase with volcanic glaze. 

6ii. Vase with pigeon blood glaze. 

612. Vase with green glaze. 

613. Vase with blood glaze. 

614. Vase with crackle glaze. 

615. Vase with flowing brown glaze. 

616. Vase with robin's egg glaze. 

617. Vase with blood glaze. 

618. Vase with crackle glaze. 

619. Vase with blue green glaze. 

620. Vase with blue green glaze. 

621. Vase with crimson glaze. 

622. Vase with variegated metallic 

glaze. 

623. Vase with russet apple glaze. 

624. Vase with sea green glaze. 

625. Vase with ox blood glaze. One 

of the Twin Stars of Chelsea. 

626. Vase with ox blood glaze. One 
of the Twin Stars of Chelsea. 



627. 
628. 
629. 
630. 
631. 
632. 
633. 
634. 
635- 
636. 

637. 
638. 

639- 
640. 
641. 



Vase w 
Vase w 
Vase w 
Vase w 
Vase w 
Vase w 
Vase w 
Vase w 
Vase w 
Vase w 
Vase w 
Vase w 
Vase w 
Vase w 
Vase w 



642-665. 



666-671. 



th red and gray glazes. 

th crackle glaze. 

th waved blood glaze. 

th slate and red glazes. 

th flowing green glaze. 

th mustard yellow glaze. 

th blue green glaze. 

th green glaze. 

th crackle glaze. 

th blood glaze. 

th flowing yellow glaze. 

th flowing glaze. 

th blood glaze. 

th pigeon blood glaze. 

th blood glaze. 
Twenty-four bread and butter 
plates in Dedham (formerly 
Chelsea) ware. 
Six dinner plates. 



Exhibit 

No. 

672. One chop dish. 

673-678. Six dinner plates. Lent by 

Mr. A. W. Longfellow. 
679-698. Twenty tea plates. Lent by 

The Society of Arts and 

Crafts, Boston. 

Robineau, Mrs. Adelaide Alsop-, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 

699. Small porcelain vase, streaked 

glaze. 

700. Small porcelain vase, mottled 

blue glaze. 

701. Porcelain vase, tree design in re- 

lief, yellow brown glaze. 

702. Porcelain bowl, Indian design, 

mat green and red glaze. 

703. Porcelain bowl with three feet. 

704. Porcelain bowl, black and reddish 

brown mat glaze. 

705. Porcelain vase with cover, metal- 

lic glaze. 

Rockwell, Diana Ward, Boston. 

706. Reproduction in embroidery of 

an old Coptic textile. 

Rogers, Bruce (desisfner), Cambridge, 
Mass. 

707. A collection of books known as 

the "Riverside Press limited 
editions," designed by Mr. Rog- 
ers and executed under his per- 
sonal direction at the Riverside 
Press. 

Rothenbusch, Fred (designer), Cincin- 
nati. 

Lent by Rookwood Pottery. 

708. Vase with conventional flower 

design in underglaze slip paint- 
ing. 

709. Vase with oak and acorn design. 

Ryan, Mazie T. (designer), New Orleans. 

710. Vase with incised iris decoration. 

Lent by Newcomb Pottery. 

711. Vase with incised wisteria decor- 

ation. Lent by Newcomb Pot- 
tery. 

712. Embroidered table cover. "Clove 

pink" motif. Lent by Newcomb 
College. 

Sacker, Amy M. (designer), Boston. 

713-718. Six books, exhibited for cover 

designs. 
719. Frame of book plate designs. 

Sanders, Bertha D., New York. 

''20. Set of bronze flower holders. 



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Exhibit 
No. 

St. John, Agnes, Boston. 

721. "About Books," bound in red 

crushed levant, inlaid double. 

722. "The Books of William Morris," 

bound in blue crushed levant, 
inlaid double. 

Sears, Mary Crease, Boston. 

723. "Sonnets from the Portuguese," 

bound in blue crushed levant, 
gold tooled and inlaid. 

724. "Arts and Crafts Essays," hall 

bound in green crushed levant, 
gold tooled on back. 

Sears, Mary Crease, and Agnes St. John, 
collaborators, Boston. 



725- 
726. 



727. 



728. 



730. 

731. 
732. 

733. 



'Hand and Soul," bound in red 
crushed levant, gold tooled. 

"The Man without a Country," 
bound in red crushed levant, 
gold tooled, double of tooled 
blue levant. 

"Pottery and Porcelain," bound 
in blue crushed levant, gold 
tooled. 

"Flowery of Song from Many 
Lands," bound in green crushed 
levant, with mosiac design on 
cover and double. 
Sears, Mrs. Sarah C, Boston. 

729. Round box of silver and enamel. 

Square box of silver, set with 
turquoise and chrysoprase. 

Silver bowl, set with pearls. 

Necklace of gold, enamel and 
stones. 

Embroidered cushion cover. De- 
signed by William Morris. 
Sessions, Mrs. Anna M., Chicago. 

734. Porcelain pitcher, overglaze dec- 

oration in enamels. 
Shaw, Mrs. Emily M., Boston. 

735. Leather book cover, "The Mar- 

tian." 

736. Leather 

peare." 

737. Leather book 

Emigrant." 

738. Leather book cover, "Cyrano de 

Bergerac." 
Shaw, George R., Boston. 

739. Leather book cover, "Omar 

Khaj^yam." 

740. Leather bottle case. 

741. Leather bottle case. 

742. Leather panel. 

743. Leather box, girdle and bag. 

744. Leather book cover, "Trilby." 

Mrs. Emily M. Shaw, collabor- 
ator. 



book cover, "Shakes- 



cover, "Amateur 



Exhibit 
No. 

Sheerer, Mary G., New Orleans. 

Lent by Newcomb Pottery. 
(Other exhibits of the Newcomb 
Pottery will be found in the 
Educational and in the Mines 
and Metallurgy Buildings.) 

745. Pottery lamp^ base, underglaze 

decoration. 

746. Lamp shade of woven beads. 
Solon, L. M., New York. 

Lent by Tiffany & Co. 
746a. Large vase, pate-sur-pate. Deco- 
ration representing Cupid feed- 
ing the fire of love. 
Stiles, Gertrude, Chicago. 

747. "In a Balcony," bound in green 

crushed levant, red inlay and 
gold tooled. 

748. "Jenny," bound in green crushed 

levant, red inlay and gold 
tooled. 
Stone, Arthur J., Gardner, Mass. 

749. Silver plaque with repousse and 

chased decoration and gold in- 
lay. 

750. Silver porringer, repousse and 

chased rose design. 

751. Silver tea caddy, repousse and 

chased Moresque design with 
gold inlay. 

752. Copper jardiniere, repouss6 and 

chased oak design with silver 
inlay. 
Sylvester, Emma A. (designer), Boston. 

753. Long chain of woven beads. 

754. Necklace of woven beads. 

755. Belt of woven beads, Indian de- 

sign. 
Tiffany, Louis C. (designer), New York. 
Lent by Tiffany & Co. 

756. Tiara of clover leaves and blos- 

soms enamelled on silver. 

757. Wild carrot ornament. Enamels 

with green garnets, opals, dia- 
monds and rubies. 

758. Wild carrot ornament. Enamels 

with green garnets and dia- 
monds, garnet center. 

759. Sage ornament. Transparent 

enamel. 

760. Nanny berry ornament, white 

enamel, green cut leaves. 

761. Spirea ornament, white enamel, 

green cut leaves. 

762. Flower pin, filigree silver with 

opal and topazes. 

763. Flower pin, filigree silver, with 

twenty-three topazes. 

764. Dragon fly ornament, filigree 

silver and opals. 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Applied Arts. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Tiffany, Louis C. (designer). New York 

— Continued. 

765. Pin and necklace pendants, 
enamel leaves and opal matrix. 

766-768. Three flower pins. Dande- 
lions. 

769. Wild carrot ornament, white 

enamel with diamonds, green 
and ruby garnets. 

770. Mountain ash pin. Coral berries, 

enameled leaves. 

771. Pin. Lustre grapes, enamelled on 

copper. 

772. Pin. Oval opal and enamelled 

forget-me-nots. 

773. Oval pin. Two Mexican opals 

and gold flowers. 

774. Pin. Lustre berries, enamelled 

on copper. 

775. Pin. Enamel on copper with 

opal. 

776. Pin. Blue enamel flowers, opals 

and enamelled leaves. 

777. Pin. Cranberry, enamelled, with 

four diamonds. 

778. Gold blackberry hair ornament 

with enamel, garnets, cornelians 
and --oral. 

779. Solanum girdle of silver with 

enamel, Mexican opals and car- 
nelians. 

780. Gold necklace, enamel with sap- 

phires and demantoids. 

780a. Solanum dulcamara, silver enam- 
elled flowers with demantoids; 
filigree leaves and cornelian 
berries. 

780b. Spirea, silver and gold; white 
•enamelled flowers. 

Tiffany, Louis C. (designer). New York. 

Lent by the Tiffany Furnaces. 

781-792. A collection of twelve copper 

vases and bowls, enriched 

with translucent enamels. 

793-795- A collection of three pieces 

of Favrile pottery. 
796-835. A collection of forty pieces of 
Favrile glass. 

Toohey, Sallie (designer), Cincinnati. 

Lent by the Rookwood Pottery. 

836. Low Vase with peacock feather 

decoration. 

837. Vase with mistletoe decoration. 

838. Tall Vase with green iris decora- 

tion. 
838a. Dark blue mat vase. Dragon fly 

incised. 
838b. Round purple vase. Dragon fly 

incised. 



Exhibit 
No. 

838c. Flat red vase. Cherry spray in- 
cised. 
Topping, Helen M., Chicago. 

839. Porcelain tea caddy with conven- 

tional design in enamels. 
Tuckerman, Emily, Washington, D. C. 

840. Leather book cover, "Arts and 

Crafts." 

841. Leather book cover, "The Bible." 

842. Leather book cover, "In Me- 

moriam." 

843. Leather book cover, "The Child 

of Bristoe." 
Turner, Ross, Salem, Mass. 

844-846. Three illuminated title pages 

for "Rubaiyat." 
847-848. Two illuminated pages for 
"Rubaiyat." 

849. Illuminated page for "Comus." 
Updike, D. B., Boston. 

850. A collection of books and minor 

printing, designed and executed 
at the Merrymount Press, under 
the direction of Mr. Updike, 
Mr. Bertram G. Goodhue and 
others collaborating. 

Upton, Mary H., Philadelphia. 

851: "Letters to an Enthusiast," 
bound in green crushed levant, 
gold tooled. Lent by Mr. Her- 
bert Wilmerding. 

Van Briggle, Artus (designer), Colorado 
Springs, Colo. 

Lent by the Van Briggle Pot- 
tery. 

852. Tapered vase with purple glaze. 

853. Large tapered vase with deep 

purple glaze. 

854. Vase with two figures in relief, 

gray enamel. 

855. Jug with modelled decoration. 

856. Small-necked vase with purple 

glaze. 

857. Vase with mottled blue glaze. 

858. Vase with blue glaze. 

859. Small vase with mottled brown 

glaze. 

860. Small vase with green brown 

glaze. 

861. Tall vase with green brown 

glaze. 
Van Briggle, Mrs. Anne Gregory (de- 
signer), Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Lent by the Van Briggle Pot- 
tery. 

862. Red and cream vase with mod- 

elled decoration. 

863. Brown vase with modelled dee- 

oration in green and purple. 



UNITED STATES. 



Applied Arts. 



89 



Exhibit 

No. 

864. Large round vase with modelled 

decoration. 

865. Tall blue vase with modelled dec- 

oration. 
Van Denburgh, Douglass, Los Gatos, Cal. 

866. Brass candlestick. 
Volk, Mrs. Douglas, New York. 

867. "Sebatos" rug, pine tree design. 

868. "Sebatos" rug, Indian border de- 

sign. Lillian Lord, collaborator. 
(The rugs are made on a foun- 
dation of hand-spun, hand- 
woven wool, into which the pile 
of hand-spun yarn is drawn and 
knotted. The colors are from 
fast vegetable dyes.) 
Volk, Wendell D., New York. 

869. "Sebatos" curtain. White field 

with blue figures and stripes. 
(Linen and wool. Vegetable 
dye. Wool hand-spun). 
Volkmar, Charles, New York. 
87(3. Vase decorated with relief line, 
green glazes. 

871. Vase decorated with flowing 

green glaze. 

872. Long-necked vase. 

873. Pink vase. 

874. Vase with flowing glazes — green 

and yellov/. 

875. Pale blue vase. 

876. Water bottle. 

877. Small dark blue vase. 

878. Cider set, jug and six mugs. 
von Rydingsvard, Karl, New York. 

879. Norse bridal chair after antique 

chair in Lone, Norwav. Lent 
by Mr. Robert V. V. Sewell. 
Walrath, Fred E., Alfred, N. Y. 

Lent by the N. Y. State School 
of Clay-working and Ceramics. 

880. Vase (thrown), mushroom mat 

glaze. 

881. Modelled vase (thrown), alligator 

green glaze. 
Ward, Florence, Chicago. 

882. Decorated leather table mat. 

883. Decorated leather book cover. 

884. Decorated leather bag. 

885. Decorated leather bag. 

886. Decorated leather bag. 

887. Decorated leather opera glass 

bag, brown. 

888. Decorated leather opera glass 

bag, fawn. 

889. Decorated leather card case. 
Warren, Dorothea, Kansas City, Mo. 

890. Porcelain chop tray, Chinese de- 

sign. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Watson, Dawson, Winchester, Mass. 

891. Carved frame, gilded over red 

burnish size. 

892. Carved frame, gilded over red 

burnish size. 
Wells, Sabina E. (designer), New Or- 
leans. 

Lent by Newcomb Pottery. 

893. Vase with incised water lily de- 

sign. 

894. Plate with shrimp design. 

895. Vase with incised design of 

lioness. 
895a. Small flask, incised decoration. 
Whitman, Mrs. Sarah de St. Prix (de- 
signer), (deceased). 

896. Window in Gallery 28. Conven- 

tional design — a Colonnade 
through which one looks out 
into the night. The decorative 
panels above represent, figura- 
tively, America. The main part 
of the window is made of flat 
sheets of American glass, and is 
one, two and three thicknesses. 
The upper panels are made 
mainly of minute fragments of 
chipped glass; as many as 300 
or 400 in each section. Paint is 
used nowhere in the window, 
except slightly in heads and 
limbs. 
Wilcox, Harriet E. (designer), Cincin- 
nati. 

Lent by the Rookwood Pottery. 

897. Vase with daisy decoration. 

898. Vase with apple blossom decora- 

tion. 
898a. Red vase. Incised straight line 

decoration. 
898b, Small A^ase, plain yellow. • 
Williams, Arthur S., Boston. 

899. Copper jar with enamelled cover, 
Winlock, Mary P., Cambridge, Mass. 

900. Enamelled silver match-box 

holder. 
Winn, James H., Chicago. 

901. Silver pendant and chain with 

translucent enamel and baroque 
pearl. 

902. Silver brooch with green enamel. 

903. Gold "Egyptian head" scarf pin 

with baroque pearl. 
Yandell, Charles R., New York. 

904. Wall hanging, Farnese design. 

905. Wall hanging, Granada design. 

906. Wall hanging, Milanese design. 

907. Wall hanging, Venetian design. 

908. Wall hanging, Venetian design. 

909. Wall hanging, Flemish design. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Applied Arts. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Yandall, Charles R., New York— Con- 
tinued. 

910. Panel of repousse leather (over 

entrance). 

911. Panel of repousse leather (over 

mantel). 

912. Panel of repousse leather (low 

relief). 

Young, George Bowyer (designer), Colo- 
rado Springs, Colo. 

Lent by the Van Briggle Pot- 
tery. 

913. Vase with modelled decoration, 

brown and green glaze. , 

914. Tall vase with modelled bears, 

green glaze. 

Zahn, Otto, Memphis, Tennessee. 

915. A collection of twenty-five hand- 

tooled crushed levant bindings, 
designed and executed under 
the personal direction of Otto 
Zahn by employees of S. C. 
Toof & Co. The books are 
from the collections of Messrs. 
W. K. Bixby, F. W. Lehman, 
Judge Klein and A. L. Hollings- 
worth. 

Zeublin, Mrs. J. E., Newark, Ohio. 

916. Small bowl, French ware, with 

enamel and gold. 

917. Small bowl, Greenwood ware, 

with enamel and gold. 

Collection of Indian Work selected by 

Mr. Ernest A. Batchelder, and lent by 
Mr. G. Wharton James, Pasadena, 
California. 

By Kuch-ye-amp-si. 

918. Large Hopi basket with cover. 
By Mono woman. 

gig. Large basket, rattlesnake pattern, 

very fine weave. 
g20. Treasure basket. 

By Palomas Apache woman. 

921. Large plaque-bowl basket. 

922. Large plaque-bowl basket. 

By Yokut woman of Tule River 
Reservation. 

923. Large gambling-plaque basket. 
By wife of Chief Lanoman. 

924. Plaque basket. From Havasupai 

tribe. 



Cold Springs 

rattlesnake, 
in the High 



rattlesnake 



"the 
the 



Exhibit 
No. 

By wife of Chief Manaka-cha. 

925. Basket for cooking. From 

Havasupai tribe. 

By wife of Chief of 
Reservation. 

926. Food bowl basket, 

From Mono tribe 
Sierras. 

By Yokut woman. 

927. Bottleneck basket, 

design. 
By Chemehueui woman. 

928. Basket of willow and palmetto 

leaf. 
By granddaughter of Ho-dutch. 

929. Pima basket from Gila River, 

Arizona. 
By Pima woman. 

930. Basket with design meaning 

flowing waters above and 
flowing water below." 

By Si-rup of Pima tribe. 

931. Basket with Swastica design. 

By Palingtawa (Warner's Ranch) 
woman. 

932. Basket with butterfly and leaf 

design. 
By Ramona Ballenguella. 

933. Basket with deer and turkey 

design. 
By Palingwa woman. 

934. Bowl basket with leaves and but- 

terfly design. 

By Maria Antonia of Mesa Grande. 

935. Basket. 

By Palingtawa woman. 

936. Basket with star design. 
By Torres woman. 

937. Basket, colors from tule root. 
By Theo-mis-ey. Semam-ock-spock. 

938. Wedding basket. Paiute tribe. 
By wife of Hasteen Musha. 

93g. Blanket of undyed native wool 
from Navajo Reservation. 

By Nampeo of the Hopi tribe. 

940-946. Seven pottery bows with red 
and black decorations made at 
Tewa, the first mesa of the 
Hopi Indians. 



ARGENTINE 



Minister of Public Instruction 
Dr. Juan V. Fernandez 



Commissioner-General 
Jose V. Fernandez 



Commissioner of Fine Arts 
Eduardo Schiaffino 



Assistants 

Agustin De Iriondo 

Henry T. Scheie 



For information regarding exhibits for sale apply to Eduardo Schiaffino, 
Argentine National Pavilion 



ARGENTINE. 



WEST PAVILION, 



Galleries 95 and 96. 



Oil Paintings. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Oil Paintings. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Artigue, Emilio, Paris. 

1. Portrait of a Young Girl. 

2. Somnambulist. 

3. Youth Amuses Itself. 

4. Spring. 

Ballerini, Augusto (deceased). 

5. Choir of Frari. (Venice.) 

6. The Falls of Iguazu, Argentine 

Republic. 

Carcova, Ernesto de la, Member of the 
National Commission of Fine Arts, 
Buenos Ayres. 

7. Without Bread and Without 

Work. Lent by the National 
Museum of Fine Arts. 

8. In the Garden. Lent by the Na- 

tional Museum of Fine Arts. 

9. Head of an Old Man. 

10. Portrait of His Wife. 

11. In the Wood. 

Castilla, Julian, Rome. 

12. Twilight. 

13. Landscape, Bruges. 

14. Landscape, Dull Weather. 

15. Landscape. 

Cid De Dampt, Diana, Paris. 

16. Snowflower. 

17. Confidence. 

18. The Bath. 

19. Head of a Girl. 

20. Portrait of the Author. 

21. The Germ. 

CoUivadino, Pio, Rome. 

22. The Hour of Rest. 

23. The Wine. 

24. The Abandoned. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Fabre, Eduardo F., Buenos Ayres. 

25. View of Belgrano. 

26. Shores of the River Plate. 

Garcia, Ricardo, Paris. 

27. Sunrise. 

28. Corner in Brittany. 

29. Street in Bruges. 

30. Banks of the Seine. 

31. Coast of Brittany. 

32. Coast of Brittany. 

33. Twilight. Lent by the National 

INIuseum of Fine Arts. 

34. Village Street. 

Giudici, Reynaldo, Member of the Na- 
tional Commission of Fine Arts, 
Buenos Ayres. 

35. The Soup of the Poor. (Venice.) 

Lent by the National Museum 
of Fine Arts. 

36. Head of a Child. 

37. La Grimani. 

38. The Grandmother. 

39. Landscape, Venice. 

40. Landscape, Cordoba, Argentine 

Republic. 

41. Landscape. 

42. Landscape, Cordoba, Argentine 

Republic. 

43. Ascending the Grade. 

44. Aristocratic Privileges. 

45. Venetian Scene. 

Marco del Pont, Ventura, Paris. 

46. Spring. 

Mendilaharzu, Graciano (deceased). 

47. Head of John the Baptist. 

48. Onions. 

Quiros, Cesareo B. De, Grand Prix, 
Europe, Rome. 

49. Mystery. 

50. Return from Fishing. 

51. Silence. 

52. Sad Hour. 



ARGENTINE. 



93 



Oil Paintings, Water Colors, Engravings, Lithographs and Sculpture, 



Exhibit 
No. 

Ripamonte y Toledo, Carlos P, Grand 
Prix, Europe, Rome. 

53. Head of a Girl. 

54. Bread. 

55. Virtus. 

56. Tempest. 

57. Shadows. 

57a. Sad Presentiment. 
Rodriguez Etchart, Severo. Gold Medal, 
National Exposition 1898-99, in Ar- 
gentina (deceased). 

58. Portrait of the Author's Mother. 

Lent by the National Museum 
of Fine Arts. 

59. Nature Morte. 

60. Nude Woman. 

61. Portrait of Mrs. E. R. 

62. Portrait of Mr. S. R. 

63. Nature Morte. 

64. The Dreamer. 

65. Faust. 

Schiaffino, Eduardo, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris. Director of the National Mu- 
seum of Fine Arts, Member of the 
National Commission of Fine Arts, 
Buenos Ayres. 

66. Margot. Lent by the National 

Museum of Fine Arts. 

67. Vesper. 

68. Morocha. (Head of a Girl.) 

69. Profile of a Woman. 

70. Myth. (Study.) 

71. Elisa. 

72. Dolores. 

73. Josefa. 

Sivori, Eduardo, Member of the National 
Commission of Fine Arts, Buenos 
Ayres. 

74. Pampas. Lent by the National 

Museum of Fine Arts. 

75. Auto-Portrait. 

76. To the Homestead. 

77. Portrait of A. S. 

78. Portrait of a Lady. 
79- The Model Resting. 

80. Ophelia. 

Wernicke, Julia, Silver Medal, 1898-99, 
National Argentine Exposition, Leip- 
zig. 

81. Bulls. Lent by the National Mu- 

seum of Fine Arts. 

Water Colors. 
Ballerini, Aug^sto. 

82. Panorama of Ascochinga. Lent 

by the National Museum of 
Fine Arts. 
Caraffa, Emilio, Knight of the Order of 
Carlos III., Cordoba. 



Exhibit 
No. 

83. The Episcopal Blessing. 
Carcova, Ernesto de la, Member of the 

National Commission of Fine Arts. 

84. A Visit. Crayon. 

Schiaffino, Eduardo, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris. Member of the National Com- 
mission of Fine Arts. 

85. Sleeping Woman. Pastel. 

86. Portrait of Miss S. J. M. Pastel. 

87. Portrait of Dr. Fernando Perez. 

Pastel. 

88. Portrait of Mr. Jayme Llavallol. 

Pastel. 

89. Beatrice. Pastel. 

Sivori, Eduardo, Member of the National 
Commission of Fine Arts. 

90. Alfalfa Field in San Martin. 
Yrurtia, RogeHo, Grand Prix, Europe, 

Paris. 

91. Study. China Ink. 

GROUP 10. 
ENGRAVINGS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

Collivadino, Pio, Rome. 

92. Aged Alms Seeker. Etching. 

93. Roman Sunset. Etching. 

94. Field of Flowers. Etching. 

95. Pax. Etching. 

96. Full Moon. Etching. 

97. Shores of the Tiber. Etching. 

98. Roman Village. Etching. 

99. Pedagogue. Etching. 

(Nos. 92-99 are, for lack of space, 
installed in the Sculpture Pa- 
vilion.) 

GROUP 11. 
SCULPTURE. 

Alonso, Mateo, Buenos Ayres. 

100. Dying Indian. Terra cotta. Lent 

by the National Museum of 
Fine Arts. 
loi. The Drunkard. Terra cotta. Lent 
by the National Museum of 
Fine Arts. 

102. Fear. Terra cotta. 

103. Witchery. Terra cotta. 

104. Witch's Kitchen. Terra cotta. 
104a. Armed Peace. 

104b. Pruning. 

Correa Morales, Lucio, Member of the 
National Commission of Fine Arts, 
Buenos Ayres. 

105. Abel. Plaster. Lent by the Na- 

tional Museum of Fine Arts. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Sculpture and Architecture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Dresco, Arturo, Grand Prix, Europe. 

io6. Head of an Old Man. Terra 
cotta. Lent by the National 
Museum of Fine Arts. 

Resignation. Plaster. 

Sorrow. Plaster. 

Head. Marble. 

Head. Marble. 

Renunciation. Marble. 



107. 
108. 
log. 
no. 
III. 



Yrurtia, Rogelio, Grand Prix, Europe, 
Paris. 

112. Les Pecheresses. Plaster. 

113. Experience, the Guide of Sur- 

gery. Sketch of the monument 
of Alejandro Castro. Group in 
Plaster. 



Exhitut 
No. 

114. 



Portrait of Madame Ch- 
Plaster. 



115. Portrait of a Child. Plaster. 
(Nos. 100-115 are installed in the Sculp- 
ture Pavilion.) 

GROUP 12. 
ARCHITECTURE. 
Durand, Juan B. 

116. Residence, walls and ceiling of 

re-inforced cement. Photo- 
graph. 

117. Countrj' residence made of Ar- 

gentine woods. Photograph. 
(Nos. 116 and 117 are, for lack of space, 
installed in the Argentine Section of 
Liberal Arts.) 



AUSTRIA 



Commissioner-General 
Adalbert Ritter von Stibral 



For information regarding exhibits for sale apply to Mr. Emil S. Fischer, Commercial 

Secretary of the Imperial Royal Austrian Commission, in Austrian Government 

Pavilion. (Address letters 3516 Morgan Street, St. Louis, Mo.) 



AUSTRIA. 



EAST PAVILION. 



Gallery 68 and Gallery L 



Paintings. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

VIENNA ARTISTS' ASSOCIATION, 
VIENNA. 

(Nos. I, 2, lo, 15, 23, 24, 25, 38, 39, 41, 

42, 43. 44, 48, 49, 51, 54, 55, 59, 62, 63, 
64, 65, 70, 74, 82, 83, 87, 88, 89, 92, 93, 
94, 96, 97, 99, 105, 106, 107, no, 112, 113 
and 117 are, for lack of space, installed 
in the Vienna Artists' Association 
Room in the Austrian Government Pa- 
vilion.) 

Exhibit 
No. 

Adams, John Quincy, Vienna. 

1. Portrait of Miss Odilon as "Du- 

barry." 

Bara, Leopold, Vienna. 

2. "Santa Maria inviolata" at Riva 

on Lake Garda. 
Bernt, Rudolf, Vienna. 

3. The Muerz near Neuberg (Styria). 

Water color. 

4. Washing-day in the Village. Water 

color. 

5. Neuberg on the Muerz. Water 

color. 

6. Ennsberg in Upper-Austria. Raf- 

faelli-crayons. 
Still Waters. Water color. 
Meadov^r Covered with Flowers. 

Water color. 
Mountain Landscape. Water color. 
Mountain Fog. Water color. 
Brunner, Ferdinand, Vienna. 

II. Gloomy Evening. Lent by the 
Imperial Royal Austrian Board 
of Education. 
Summer Afternoon. Gouache. 
Park-wall. Gouache. 
Charlemont, Hugo, Vienna. 

14. Silesian Village Street, Raflfaelli- 
crayon. 



7- 
8. 

9- 

10. 



12. 
13- 



Exhibit 
No. 

15. Still Life. 

16. View of Vienna. Raffaelli-crayon. 

Czech, Emil, Vienna. 

17. Moravian Weaver. 

18. A Frozen Grotto. 
Danilowatz, Joseph, Vienna. 

19. In the Studio. Water color. 
Darnaut, Hugo, Vienna. 

20. Harvest Time. Distemper. Lent 

by the Imperial Royal Austrian 
Board of Education. 

21. Bay. Water color. 

22. Old Plane Tree. 

23. Mill Pond. 

24. Birch Alley. 
Delug, Alois, Vienna. 

25. March Winds. 

Egger-Lienz, Albion, Vienna. 

27. The Cross. (Tyrolean War 1809.) 

28. Game Dealer. 
Egner, Marie, Vienna. 

29. On Lacroma. Colored drawing. 

Epstein, Jehudo, Vienna. 

30. Hungarian Village Street. Char- 

coal. 

31. At the Mortuary. Charcoal. 

32. Hiob. 

Fischer, Ludwig Hans, Vienna. 

33. Caravan. 

34. Morning on the Nile. Watercolor. 
Geller, Johann Nepomuk, Vienna. 

36. View of Moravia. Gouache. 

37. Market Scene. Gouache. 
37a. Market scene. Gouache. 

38. Interior of Duernstein Church. 

39. Interior of Duernstein Church. 

40. Meadow in the Prater (Vienna). 

Gouache. 

Hamza, Johann, Vienna. 

41. A Bet. 



AUSTRIA. 



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Paintings. 



Exhibit 

N«L 

Hessl, Gustav H., Vienna. 

42. The Rose. 

43. The Seamstress. 

44. Old Kitchen. 

Joanvits, Paul, Vienna. 

45. "Furor Teutonicus." 
Jungwirth, Joseph, Kirchberg. 

46. Farewell. Pastel. 

Kaiser-Herbst, Karl, Vienna. 

47. A Torrent. 

Kaufmann, Adolf, Vienna. 

48. Early Spring. 

49. Ascent to the Church. 

50. Landscape. Raffaelli-crayon. 

Kempf, Edler von Hartenkampf, Gott- 
lieb, Fahrafeld. 

51. An Eavesdropper. 

52. Children at Play. Gouache. 

53. Glow-worm. Distemper. 

Kinzel, Joseph, Vienna. 

54. Village Street. 

55. Interior of a Stable. 

Koch, Ludwig, Vienna. 

56. Bosnians Racing. Water color. 

57. In the Circus. Colored Pen and 

Ink. 

58. In the Circus. Colored Pen and 

Ink. 

Kruis, Ferdinand, Vienna. 

59. Pedlars' Quarters in Edam. 



Gouache. 
60. Old Dutch Woman. 



Gouache. 



Larwin, Hans, Vienna. 

61. On the Borders of the Capital. 

RaflFaeli-crayon. 

62. Dutch Fisherman. 

Lebiedzki, Eduard, Vienna. 

63. Austria and the Austrian Crown- 

lands. Lent by the Imperial 
Royal Austrian Home Office. 

64. Austria and the Austrian Crown- 

lands. Lent by the Imperial 
Royal Austrian Home Office. 

65. Austria and the Austrian Crown- 

lands. Lent by the Imperial 
Royal Austrian Home Office. 

66. Austria and the Austrian Crown- 

lands. Lent by the Imperial 
Royal Austrian Home Office. 

67. Austria and the Austrian Crown- 

lands. Lent by the Imperial 
Royal Austrian Home Office. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Lohwag, Ernestine, Vienna. 

68. Study. Pastel. 

Mayreder, Rosa, Vienna. 

69. Old Moedling. RaflFaelli-crayon. 

Merode, Karl Freiherr von, Vienna. 

70. Smith at Work. 

Mielich, A. L., Vienna. 

71. Hebron. Gouache. 

72. Head, Study. Raflfaelli-crayon. 

73. Head, Study. Rafifaelli-crayon. 

74. Home from the Market. 

Petrovits, Ladislaus Eugen, Vienna. 

75. Meadows on the Danube near 



Vienna. 
76. "Santa Maria 
Gouache. 



della Salute." 



Pfluegl, Alfred von, Vienna. 

77. Interior of St. Stephen's Cathedral, 
Vienna. Gouache. 

Pippich, Karl, Vienna. 

80. Christmas Market at Vienna. 

Water color. 

81. A View of Jaice (Bosnia\ Water 

color. 

82. Thirsty Souls. 

Probst, Karl, Vienna. 

83. In the Library. 

Rauchinger, Heinrich, Vienna. 

84. Park Meadow. RaflFaelli-crayon. 

85. Highway. RaflFaelli-crayon. 

Ribarz, Rudolf, Vienna. 

86. At Sulz. Gouache. 

87. Dunes in Holland. 

88. Castle Garden in Bavaria. 

89. Gardone Sopra (Lake Garda). 

90. On the Lake of Chiem (Bavaria). 

Gouache. 

Russ, Robert, Vienna. 

91. Near Marburg. Gouache. 

92. A Park. 

93. Near Salo (Lake Garda). 

SchaefiFer, August, Vienna. 

94. On the Wolfgang Lake (Upper 

Austria). 

95. Old Prater (Vienna). Pastel. 

Scharf, Victor, Paris. 

96. Portrait. 
Schattenstein. Nikolaus, Vienna. 

97. Sabbath. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Schram, Alois H., Vienna. 

98, Witches' Sabbath. 

Schroedl, Anton, Vienna, 
gg. Still Life. 
100. Team of Oxen. 

Schwarz, Adolf, Vienna, 
loi. Evening. Pastel. 

102. Brook in Winter Time. Pastel. 

Simony, Stefan, Vienna. 

103. Valley on the Danube. Gouachc. 

StauflFer, Victor, Vienna. 

105. Portrait. 

Strecker, Emil, Duernstein. 

106. Summer Quarters. 

107. In a Little Town. 

Sturm, Joseph, Vienna. 

108. On the Oise near Paris. Char- 

coal. 

Tomec, Heinrich, Vienna, 
log. Prague. Water color, 
no. In the Meadow. 

Wichera, Raimund Ritter von, Vienna. 

111. Afternoon Sun. Gouache. 
Wilda, Charles, Vienna. 

112. Flight into Egypt. 

113. The Wise Men from the East. 

Zetsche, Eduard, Vienna. 

114. Mauthhausen. Water color. 

115. Ruins of Senftenbcrg. Water 

color. 

116. Lane in Forchtenberg. Water 

color. 

117. A Meadow. 

118. Summer. 

Zoff, Alfred, Krems. 

119. Harbor on the Riviera. 

120. Spring. Pastel. 

KUENSTLER-BUND "HAGEN," 

ARTISTS' ASSOCIATION, 

VIENNA. 

(The exhibits of this Association arc, for 
lack of space, installed in the Hagen- 
bund Room in the Austrian Govern- 
ment Pavilion.) 

Ameseder, Eduard, Vienna. 

121. Cypress-trees. Distemper. 



122. 
123. 



Spring. 

l"\ierthof near Krems. Distemper. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Bamberger, Gustav, Krems. 

124. Old .Krems. (Town on the Dan- 

ube.) 

125. Architecture. (A Study.) Pastel. 

Germela, Raimund, Vienna. 

126. Eventide. 

Graf, Ludwig Ferdinand, Vienna. 

127. Interior of Factory. 

128. Railway Station at Night. 

Hampel, Walter, Vienna. 

I2g. Portrait Study. Distemper. 

130. Day of Rest. Distemper. 

131. The Dwarf and the Woman. 

Lent by the Imperial Royal 
Austrian Board of Education. 

132. A Chansonette. Distemper. 

133. Twilight. Distemper. 

134. Mile. Tanguay. 

Kasparides, Eduard, Vienna. 

135. Evening. 

136. Moonlight in the Mountains. 

Konopa, Rudolf, Vienna. 

137. Adoration. 

138. In the Meadow. Lent by the 

Imperial Royal Austrian Board 
of Education. 

139. The Cowherd. 

Luntz, Adolf, Karlsruhe. 

140. Besigheim. 

141. Old Town-gate. 
Ranzoni, Hans, Vienna. 

142. Old Cemetery near Marienbad. 

Lent by the Imperial Royal 
Austrian Board of Education. 

Roth, August, Vienna. 

143. Haymaking. 

r44. Before the Village. Lent by the 
Imperial Royal Austrian Board 
of Education. 

Schifl, Robert, Vienna. 

145. By the Fireside. (Portrait.) 

Suppantschitsch, Max, Vienna. 

146. Holy Ghost Cloister in Nurem- 

berg. Pastel. 

147. Duerrenstein on the Danube. 

Thiele, Franz, Prague. 

148. Children in a Bath. 

Wilt, Hans, Vienna. 

r4g. Tullnerbach. (Late Autumn.) 
Lent by Imperial Royal Aus 
trian Board of Education. 

150. A Harbor. A Study. 

151. Waaler. A Study. 



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Paintings. 



BOHEMIAN ARTISTS' SECTION. 

(The exhibits of the Bohemian artists 
are, for lack of space, installed in the 
Bohemian Art Room in the Austrian 
Government Pavilion.) 

Exhibit 

N«. 

Ales, Mikulas, Prague. 

152. Illustration of a National Song. 

Pen and Ink Drawing. 

153. Illustration of a National Song. 

Pen and Ink Drawing. 
Boettinger, Hugo, Prague. 

154. Reminiscence of a Fancy Ball. 
Holarek, Emil, Prague. 

155. Drawing. (From Series "Reflec- 

tions on Catechism." Pen and 
Ink Drawing. 
Honsa, Jan, Prague. 

156. Summer Afternoon. (Syntonos.) 
Hudecek, Antonin, Prague. 

157. "Pond in Autumn." 

158. "Pond at Eventide." 
Hynais, Vojtech, Prague. 

159. Portrait of Mr. J. H. 

160. Decorative Painting. The Little 

Musicians. 

161. Decorative Painting. The Little 

Musicians. 

Kalvoda, Alois, Prague. 

162. "Evening in May." Raffaelli- 

crayon. 

Kaspar, Adolf, Prague. 

163. An Annual Festival. Water color. 
Knuepfer, Benes, Rome. 

164. The Sea. 

Kupka, Frantisek, Paris. 

165. Joy. 

Marold, Ludek. 

166. By the Fireside. Water color. 
Mucha, Alfons, Paris. 

167. Poster. Water color. 

Preisler, Jan, Prague. 

168. Spring. 

169. Sketch. Pastel. 

170. Sketch. Pastel. 

170a. Decorative painting, "Youth." 

Schwaiger, Hanus, Prague. 

171. The Reaper. Water color. 

172. On the Bridge. Water color. 
Simon, Frantisek, Paris. 

173- Strand of Onival (Normandy). 



Exhibit 
No, 

Slavicek, Antonin, Prague. 

174. Evening. 

175. After the Rain. Pastel. 

Svabinsky, Max, Prague. 

176. Portrait of a Lady. Water color. 

177. At the Loom. 

Uprka, Joza Hrdonin. 

178. Horse Fair. 

POLISH ARTISTS' SECTION. 

(The exhibits of the Polish artists are, 
for lack of space, installed in the 
Polish Art Room in the Austrian 
Government Pavilion.) 

Axentowicz, Theodor, Cracow. 

179. Jordan Festivity. 

180. A Dream. Pastel. 

181. Yearning. Pastel. 

182. A Poster. Pastel. 

Czajkowski, Joseph, Cracow. 

183. In Church. 

Czajkowski, Stanislaw, Cracow. 

184. Ruins of a Castle. 

Filipkiewicz, Stefan, Cracow. 

185. Tatra Mountains. 

Falat, Juljan, Cracow. 

186. Owl. 

188. A Maiden from the Neighbor- 

hood of Cracow. Water color. 

189. A Winter Scene. 

190. The Artist's Own Portrait with 

View of Cracow. Oil pastel. 

Kamocki, Stanislaw. 

191. A Cornfield. 
Mehoffer, Joseph. 

193' "A. Quaint Garden. 

194. A Singer. 

195. The Fowr Martyrs. Two Car- 

toons for Windows in Fribourg 
Cathedral. 

196. Vinccntius Kadlubck. Sketch for 

Window in Wawel Cathedral. 

197. The Holy Sacrament. Two Car- 

toons for Windows in Fribourg 
Cathedral. 

198. Sketch for Windows in Private 

Chapel, Baranow Castle. 

199. A Peasant Woman from the 

Neighborhood of Cracow. 

200. A Slovack. 

Podgorski, Jan, Cracow. 
203. Fog. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Paintings and Engravings and Lithographs. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Rosenblum, Leon, Cracow. 

204. A Stream in Winter. 
Ruszczyc, Ferdinand, Bogdanow. 

205. Frost. 
Szczyglinski, Heinrich, Cracow. 

206. St. Mary's, Cracow. 
Stanislawski, Jan., Cracow. 

208. Poplars. 

209. The Plough. 

210. Spring. 

211. Landscape in Ukraine. 

212. Landscape in Ukraine. 

213. Landscape in Ukraine. 

214. Landscape in Ukraine. 

Tichy, Karl, Cracow. 

215. A Charcoal Drawing. 

Trojanowski, Edward, Cracow. 

216. The Wawel (Old Royal Castle at 

Cracow). 

Weiss, Adalbert, Cracow. 

217. Portrait of Mr. P. 

Wyczolkowski, Leon, Cracow. 

218. The Beet Harvest. 
2ig. The Fisherman. 

Wyspianski, Stanislaus, Cracow. 

220. Child's Portrait. 

221. Child's Portrait. 

VARIOUS AUSTRIAN ARTISTS. 

(Nos. 223 and 225, are for lack of space, 
installed in the room illustrating 
Austrian life and scenery in the 
Austrian Government Pavilion.) 

Andri, Ferdinand, Vienna. 

222. Mural Paintings on Austrian 

Government Pavilion. 
Jahn, Gustav, Vienna. 

223. Painted Friezes: 

(a) Peasant's Wedding. 

(b) Procession around the Lake. 

(c) Tyrolean popular Dance. 

(d) Priest blessing Mountain 

Pasture. 

(e) Parade of Tyrolean Sharp- 

shooters. 

(f) Climbing the Glacier. 

(g) Return from Chamois hunt- 

ing. 

(h) Skeeing in the Wienerwald. 

(i) Scenery of an Adriatic Port. 

(j) Cattle Fair in Carinthia. 

(k) Wrestling Match of Salz- 
burg Peasants. , 

(1) Games on the Ice in Styria. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Janny, G., Petrides, K., and Rothaug, L., 
Vienna. 

224. Dioramic Paintings: 

(a) Scenery on Semmering 

Railroad. 

(b) Scenery on Arlberg Rail- 

road (Trisanna Viaduct). 

(c) Mountain scenery at Gas- 

tein. 

(d) Scenery on the Brenner 

Railroad near St. Jodok. 

(These paintings are, for lack of space, 
installed in the Railroad Exhibition of 
the Austrian Government Pavilion.) 

Schuster, Karl, Vienna. 

225. Painted Friezes: 

(a) Society Parade on the 

Vienna Ringstrasse. 

(b) (Burgmusik) Military 

Watch Parade in Vienna. 
Tomec, Heinrich, Vienna. 

226. Painted Friezes. 

(These friezes are, for lack of space, 
installed in the Department of Water- 
ways of the Austrian Government 
Pavilion.) 

GROUP 10. 

ENGRAVINGS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

VIENNA ARTISTS' ASSOCIATION, 
VIENNA. 

Kratky, Richard, Vienna. 

227. Moonrise. Colored etching. 

KUENSTLER-BUND "HAGEN," 

ARTISTS' ASSOCIATION, 

VIENNA." 

(The exhibits of this Association are, for 
lack of space, installed in the Hagen- 
bund Room in the Austrian Govern- 
ment Pavilion.) 

Cossmann, Alfred, Vienna. 

228. The Agitator. Etching. 

229. The Watch. Etching. 

230. Ex Libris Rock. Etching. 

Hegenbart, Fritz, Munich. 

231. Meditation. (Series "Song of 

Life.") Etching. 

232. Joy. (Series "Song of Life.") 

Etching. 

233. Malice. (Series "Song of Life,") 

Etching. 

234. Temptation. (Series "Song of 

Life.") Etching. 

235. Struggle. (Series "Song of Life.") 

Etching. 



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Engravings and Lithographs. Sculpture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Hegenbart, Fritz, Munich — Continued. 

336. Destitution. (Series "Song of 

Life.") Etching. 

337. Aspiration. (Series "Song of 

Life.") Etching. 

238. The Return. (Series "Song of 

Life.") Etching. 

239. Four Etchings Completing Series 

"Song of Life." 

Lefler, Heinrich, and Urban, Joseph, 
Vienna. 

240. Twelve Fairy Tales. 

Wesemann, Alfred, Vienna. 

241. The Lion and the Mouse. 

BOHEMIAN ARTISTS' SECTION. 

(The exhibits of the Bohemian artists 
are. for lack of space, installed in the 
Bohemian Art Room in the Austrian 
Government Pavilion.) 

Kupka, Frantisek, Prague. 

242. Fools. Lithograph. 

243. The Voice of Silence. Etching. 

244. The Voice of Silence. Etching. 

Preissig, Vojtech, Prague. 

245. The Seven Ravens. Etching. 

Stretti, Victor, Prague. 

246. Head of an Old Man. Etching. 

Svabinsky. Max, Prague. 

247. Portrait of Mr. Svatopluk Cech 

(Bohemian Poet). Lithograph. 

Uprka, Joze, Hrdonin. 

248. A Peasant. Etching. 

249. A Peasant. Etching. 

GROUP 11. 

Sculpture. 

VIENNA ARTISTS' ASSOCIATION. 
VIENNA. 

(Nos. 251, 252, 253, 255, 256, 257, 260, 267, 
268, 269, 272, 274, 275, 276, 277, 280 and 
281 are, for lack of space, installed in 
the Vienna Artists' Association Room 
in the Austrian Government Pavilion.) 

Breithut, Peter, Vienna. 

250. Medals and Plaques. 

Charlemont, Theodor, Vienna. 

251. Christ. Bronze and Marble 

Herme. 

252. Beethoven. Bronze and Marble 

Herme. 

253. David. Bronze Statuette. 



Exhibit 
No. 

255. The Drawer. Marble relief. 
Gruber, Jakob, Vienna. 

256. Entombed Miners. Bronze Group. 

Hausmann, Friedrich, Frankfort-on- 
Main. 

257. The Wave. Bronze Group. 

Hofmann, Edmund. 

258. Leonardo da Vinci. Plaster 

Statue. 

Kaan, Arthur, Vienna. 

259. Achilles and Penthesilea. Bronze 

Group. 

260. Bacchantess. Marble Statuette. 

261. Plaint of Love (Wall Fountain). 

Marble. 

Kautsch, Henri, Paris. 

262. Medals and Plaques. 

Lax, Joseph, Bregenz. 

263. "Pickapack." Bronze Group. 

Leisek, Georg, Vienna. 

264. Monument on a Grave. Plaster. 

Marschall, Rudolf, Vienna. 

265. Medals and Plaques. 

Pawlik, Franz Xaver, Vienna. 

266. Medals and Plaques. 

267. Medals and Plaques. 

268. Medals and Plaques. 

Pohl, Adolf, Vienna. 

269. At the Grave of the Comrade. 

Bronze Statuette. 

270. Shame. Marble Statuette. 

Scharff, Anton, Vienna. 

271. Medals and Plaques. 

Schwartz, Stefan, Vienna. 

272. Danube. Bronze and Marble. 

273. Medals and Plaques. 

Seib, Wilhelm, Vienna. 

274. Christ. Marble Bust. 

275. Emperor Rudolph von Habsburg. 

Bronze Statuette. 
Seiffert, Franz, Vienna. 

276. "Ecce Homo." Bronze. 
Stein, Alwyn von, Vienna. 

277. Diplomatist. Bronze Statuette. 
Swoboda, Emerich Alexander, Vienna. 

278. H. I. and R. Highness Archduke 

Otto. Bronze Statuette. 

279. Portrait. Bronze Bust. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Sculpture and Architecture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Weigl, Robert, Vienna. 

280. Beethoven. Bronze Statuette. 

WoUek, Karl, Vienna. 

281. Beethoven. Biouzc. 

282. Parisian Lady. Marble relief. 

283. Angel's Head. Marble relief. 

Zumbusch, Kaspar, Ritter von, Vienna. 

284. Field-Marshal Count Radetzky. 

Equestrian Statuette, Plaster 
Model. 

KUENSTLER-BUND "HAGEN," 

ARTISTS' ASSOCIATION, 

VIENNA. 

(The exhibits of this Association are, 
for lack of space, installed in the 
Hagenbund Room in the Austrian 
Government Pavilion.) 

Heu, Joseph, Vienna. 

285. A Head. Study. Bronze. 

286. A Mask (Sphinx). Bronze. 

Stundl, Theodor, Vienna. 

287. Sicilian Youth. Bronze. 

BOHEMIAN ARTISTS' SECTION. 

These exhibits are, for lack of space, in- 
stalled in the Bohemian Art Room in 
the Austrian Government Pavilion.) 

Bilek, Frantisek, Prague. 

288. The Blind. Plaster Cast. 

289. The Crucified. Plaster Bust. 

Kafka, Bohumil, Prague. 

290. Monument on Grave. Bronze. 

291. Mare and Foal. Tin. 

Sucharda, Stanislav, Prague. 

293. Treasure Trove. Bronze. 

POLISH ARTISTS' SECTION. 

(The exhibits of the Polish artists are, 
for lack of space, installed in the 
Polish Art Room in the Austrian 
Government Pavilion.) 

Laszczka, Konstantin, Cracow. 

294. Woman's Head. Plaster. 

295. Peasant Woman. Plaster. 

296. Manngha. Plaster. 

297. Wierzbieta. Plaster. 

298. Young Poet. Plaster. 



VARIOUS AUSTRIAN ARTISTS. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Philipp, Karl, Vienna. 

299. Bronze Statuettes. Austri.ui .Mi'S 

climbers. 

Schimkowitz, Othmar, Vienna. 

300. Two Fountains in front of Aus- 

trian Government Pavilion. 
Weigl, Robert. 

301. Epitaphium in marble. (In draw- 

ing room of Austrian Govern- 
ment Pavilion.) 
(No. 299 is, for lack of space, installed in 
the Austrian Government Pavilion). 

GROUP 12. 
ARCHITECTURE. 

(Nos. 302, 303, 304a, 304b, 304c, 305, 307, 
308, 308a, 309, 310 and 311 are, for lack 
of space, installed in the Austrian 
Government Pavilion.) 

Bauer, Leopold, Vienna. 

302. Decorative Architecture. (Read- 

ing Room in Austrian Govern- 
ment Pavilion.) 

Baumann, Ludv^rig, Vienna. 

303. Plan of Austrian Government 

Pavilion. 

304a. Decorative architecture of the 
Entrance Hall of the Austrian 
Government Pavilion. 

304b. Decorative architecture of exhi- 
bition of Imperial Royal Min- 
istry of Railways. 

3040. Decorative architecture of exhi- 
bition of Imperial Royal De- 
partment of Waterways of 
Austria. 

Bernt, Rudolf, Vienna. 

305. Decorative architecture. (Exhi- 

bition of Vienna Artists' Asso- 
ciation.) 

Dick, Rudolf (Vienna Artists' Associa- 
tion), Vienna. 

306. Architectural Drawings. Plan 

for California University. 
Hammel, Rudolf, Vienna. 

307. Decorative architecture of exhi- 

bitions of Imperial Royal 
Schools of Arts and Crafts in 
Austria. 
Hoffmann, Joseph, Vienna. 

308. Decorative architecture of exhi- 

bition of Imperial Royal 
School of Applied Arts, Vienna. 



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Architecture and Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Kotera, Jan, Prague. 
308a. Decorative architecture of exhi- 
bition of Bohemian Artists' 
Section. 

309. Decorative architecture of exhi- 

bition of Imperial Royal 
Schools of AppHed Arts in 
Prague. 

Plecnik, Joseph, Vienna. 

310. Decorative architecture. (Draw- 

ing Room in Austrian Govern- 
ment PaviHon.) 
Urban, Joseph, Vienna. 

311. Decorative architecture of the 

exhibition of "Hagen" Kuenst- 
lerbund Artists' Association, 
Vienna. 

GROUP 14. 

ORIGINAL OBJECTS OF ART 
WORKMANSHIP. 

(For lack of space, the following ex- 
hibits have been installed in the Aus- 
trian Government Pavilion, with the 
exception of Nos. 337, 338, 346, 358, 
416, 471, 486, 494, 495, 496, 497 and 498, 
which are installed in the Austrian Art 
Section, Gallery 68.) 

IMPERIAL ROYAL MINISTRY OF 

EDUCATION. EXHIBITION OF 

WORKS OF STATE SCHOOLS 

OF APPLIED ART. 

EXHIBITS OF IMPERIAL ROYAL 

SCHOOL OF APPLIED ARTS, 

PRAGUE. 

Director, Georg Stibral. 
Benes, Professor. 

312. Glazed Tile Mosaic. 

Executed by Kasalovsky & 
Sommerschuh, Rakovnik. 
Hellmessen, A. 
313-318. Six Bookbindings in Leather 
Mosaic. 
Kastner, J., Professor. 
319-320. Two ornamental Wall Panels 
in Wood. 
Executed by his pupils. 
Kloucek, Professor. 
321-322. Two Wall Panels in Bronze, 
partly gilt. 
Executed by his pupils. 
Cast by Bendelmeyer, Prague. 
323-331. Nine pieces of Pottery. 

Executed by his pupils and by 
Kasalovsky & Sommerschuh, 
Rakovnik. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Kotera, Jan, Professor. 

332. Chimneypiece of red Bohemian 

Marble. 

Executed by L. Salda, Prague. 

333. Embroidered Panel, Ceiling dec- 

oration. 

334. Embroidered Frieze. 

335. Embroidery of Furniture. 

Executed by pupils of Misses 
Kudelka and Krauth. 
335a. A Punch Bowl Set, glass, crystal, 
gold edges, executed bv Novy 
Svit Glass Works, Bohemia. 

Novak, E., Professor. 

336. Nos. I to 18 various art works of 

]\Ietal and Jewelry. 
Executed by his pupils. 

337. Box, chased Copper Work. 

338. Inkstand, chased Copper Work. 
Petr, K. 

339-340' Two Terra cotta Figures. 
Schikaneder. Professor. 
341-342. Two decorative painted 
Panels. 

Executed by his pupils. 
Silek, J. 
343-344. Two figured Wall Panels. 
Terra cotta. 

Sucharda, S., Professor. 

345. Panel in Bronze and Onyx, upper 

part of a chimneypiece. 
Cast by Bendelmeyer. 

346. Plaquette of Bronze. 

347-349. Three Plaquettes of Bronze. 
Zaiesak, J. 

350. Bust of Bohemian Peasant Girl. 

Wood carving, painted. 

EXHIBITS OF IMPERIAL ROYAL 
SCHOOL OF APPLIED ARTS, 
VIENNA. 

Director, Felician Freiherr von Myr- 
bach. 

Baumfeld, Elsa, Pupil of Prof. Kolo 
Moser. 

351. Frog, modelled in lead. 

Bibl, Marie, Pupil of Prof. HerdHcka. 

352. Handkerchief of Needle Lace. 
Dittl, Franz, Pupil of Prof. Franz Metz- 

ner. 

353. Nude Youth. Plaster Statuette. 

Dittrich, Walter, Pupil of Prof, von 
Myrbach. 

354. Flower Vendors. Wood cut in 

color. 

355. Street Scene. Wood cut in color. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Colored Woodcut. 
Goat. Colored Woodcut. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Einsiedler, Friedrich, Pupil of Prof. 
Stephan Schwarz. 

356. Bronze Inkstand. 

Eisterer, Hanns, Pupil of Prof. Joseph 
Hoffmann. 

357. Ash Tray in blue Glass and 

Copper. 

Emmel. Bruno, Pupil of Prof. Dr. F. 
Linke. 

358. Pottery. 

Falke, Gisela von, Pupil of Prof. Joseph 
Hoffmann. 

359. Toilet Set of glass and metal. 

360. Liqueur Stand with six colored 

Glasses. 

Fiebiger, Karl, Pupil of Prof, von Myr- 
bach. 

361. Owl. Colored Woodcut. 

362. Pig. 
363- 

Forstner, Leopold, Pupil of Prof. Kolo 
Moser. 

364. Upper Austrian Peasants. Crayon 

Drawing. 

365. Upper Austrian Peasants. Crayon 

Drawing. 

Exner, Hilda, Pupil of Prof. Kolo Moser. 

366. Panel in Mosaic of Metal Plates. 

Guttmann, Margarete, Pupil of Mrs. 
Leopoldine Guttmann. 

367. Lady's Theater Bonnet. 

368. Girdle. 

369. Girdle. 

370. Lady's Bag. 

371. Ladj^'s Bag. 

372. Cushion. 

Hablik, Wenzel, Pupil of Prof, von Myr- 
bach. 

373. Head. Colored Woodcut. 

374. Pedlar. Colored Woodcut. 

375. Triangular Box in Enamel. 

Hartmann, AlexeUider, Pupil of Prof, von 
Myrbach. 

376. Panel, woven of ribbon and 

woolen thread. 

377. Panel, woven of ribbon and 

woolen thread. 

378. Panel, woven of ribbon and 

woolen thread. 
37^. Panel, woven of ribbon and 
woolen thread. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Heller-Ostersetzer, Hermine, Pupil of 
Prof, von Myrbach. 
380-386. "The Life of the Poor." 
Seven Alegraphs. 

Hoffmann, Joseph, Professor. 

387. Carpet. 

Executed at S. Ginzkey's Fac- 
tory at Maffersdorf. 

Hofner, Franz, Pupil of Prof. Stephan 
Schwarz. 

388. Plaquette in Bronze. 

Hollubetz, Karl, Pupil of Prof. Kolo 
Moser. 

389. ?Iock-glass. 

Holmann, Johann, Pupil of Prof. Joseph 
Hoffmann. 

390. Wooden Box, inlaid. 

Holmann, Marie, Pupil of Miss Adele 
von Stark. 

391. Wooden Chest, with Enamelled 

Panels. 

Jung, Moriz, Pupil of Prof, von Myrbach. 

392. Vienna Street Scene. Colored 

Woodcut. 

393. "Bal Masque." Colored Wood- 

cut. 

394. "Idle Hour." Colored Woodcut. 

Kalwach, Rudolph, Pupil of Prof, von 
Myrbach. 

395. "In the Railway Car." Colored 

Woodcut. 

Koehler, Karl, Pupil of Prof. Dr. F. 
Linke. 

396. China Vases. 

Kolbe, Hermine, Pupil of Prof. Kolo 
Moser. 

397. Fan Pocket, gold Embroidery on 

white Cloth. 

Krasnik, Antoinette, Pupil of Prof. Kolo 
Moser. 

398. Grotesque Mask in Bronze. 

Krenek, Karl, Pupil of Prof, von Myr- 
bach. 

399. "Stone Paver." Colored Wood- 

cut. 

Krizmann, Tomislaw, Pupil of Prof von 
Myrbach. 

400. "Landscape." Colored Woodcut. 

401. "Moonshine." Colored Woodcut. 



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Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibit 
No. 

"Leuze, Emmy, Pupil of Prof, von Myr- 
bach. 

402. "Snow." Colored Woodcut. 

Maletzky, Adelheid, Pupil of Prof. Kolo 
Moser. 

403. Cardboard Print. 

404. Cardboard Print. 

Messner, Franz, Pupil of Prof. Joseph 
Hoffmann. 

405. Brooch of Steel. 

406. Writing Table Set. 

407. Lamp, embossed work. 

Neuwirth, Rosa, Pupil of Prof. Kolo 
Moser. 

408. Collar of white silk and gold 

Embroidery. 

409. Collar in black and white Em- 

broidery. 

410. Box of Silver with Enamel. 

411. Belt Buckle in blue Enamel. 

Oefner, Emil, Pupil of Miss Adele von 
Stark. 

412. Pendants in Enamel. 

Peyfuss, Marietta, Pupil of Prof. Kolo 
Moser. 

413. Cu.<?hion, Linen with black Em- 

broidery. 

414. Window Curtains, linen Em- 

broidery. 

415. Tablecloth and Napkins, white 

and red Embroidery. 

416. Collar in Knitting Work. 

417. Book Cover, Leather Work. 

418. Note Pad, Leather Work. 

419. Memorandum Book, Leather 

Work. 

Powolny, Friedrich, Pupil of Prof. Otto 
Koenig. 

420. Statuettes in Plaster. 

Rublaender, Franz, Pupil of Prof. Joseph 
Breitner. 

421. Letterweight in Crystal. 
422-423. Two Letterweights in Mar- 
ble. 

Schiller, Rudolph, Pupil of Prof. Stephan 
Schwarz. 

424. Bronze Vase. 

Schlangenhausen, Emma, Pupil of Prof. 
Kolo Moser. 

425. Panel in Mosaic of metal plates. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Schlitter, Josephine, Pupil of Prof. Herd- 
licka. 

426. Silk Jacket of Needle Lace. 

Schmidt, Wilhelm, Pupil of Prof. Joseph 
Hoffmann. 

427. Drawingroom Cabinet of Ma- 

hogany. 

Schoenwald, Marianne, Pupil of Prof, 
von Myrbach. 

428. Children's Picture book, "Das 

neugierige Huhn." Alegraph. 

Schufinsky, Victor, Pupil of Prof, von 
Myrbach. 

429. Gobelin Frieze, woven of ribbons 

and woolen thread. 

430. Panel woven of ribbons. 

431. Bell, "Watchman," Ceramic. 

Seuchter, Bruno, Pupil of Prof, von 
Myrbach. 

432. "Peasant." Colored Wood Print. 
433-442. Jewelry for Children. Ten 

pieces. 

443. Enameled Ash Tray. 

Sika, Juta, Pupil of Prof. Kolo Moser. 

444. Water Jug. 

445. Wine Jug and Cup. 

446. Crystal Water Glass. 

447. Crystal Water Glass, decorated 

with yellow globes. 

448. Jug with silver plated cover. 

449. Tea Set with glaze, with green 

ornaments. 

Six, Michael, Pupil of Prof. Stephan 
Schwarz. 

450. Vase of embossed Copper. 

Strejc, Joseph, Pupil of Prof, von Myr- 
bach. 

451. "Saengerin." Colored Woodcut. 

452. "Lady and Gentleman." Colored 

Woodcut. 

Stubner, Heinrich, Pupil of Prof. Joseph 
Hoffmann. 

453. Model of Country House. 

Suchomel, Wenzel, Pupil of Prof. Herd- 
licka. 

454. Collar of Needle Lace. 

455. Handkerchief, Bobbin Work. 

456. Embroidered Collar. 

Trethan, Marie, Pupil of Prof. Kolo 
Moser. 

457. "Cricket," modelled in China. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Uchatius, Mizzi, Pupil of Prof, von Myr- 

bach. 

458. "Leopards." Colored Woodcut. 

459. Sketches from the Circus. Album 

with Woodcuts. 

460. "Mouse," modelled in China. 

461. Children's Toys. 

Unger, Hella, Pupil of Prof. Stephan 
Schwarz. 



462. 
463- 



Paper Knife in Bronze. 
Bronze Seal. 



Waxmann, Hedwig, Pupil of Miss Adele 
von Starck. 

464. Belt Buckle, yellow Enamel. 

465. Belt Buckle, blue Enamel. 

466. Hat Pin, Enamel. 

467. Hat Pin, Enamel. 

468. Hat Pin, Enamel. 

469. Pocket Mirror, Enamel. 

470. "Peacock." Enamelled metal plate. 

471. Ash Tray in Enamel. 

Willig, Ernst, Pupil of Prof, von Myr- 
bach. 

472. "Sailing Craft." Colored Wood 

Print. 

473. "Landscape." Colored Wood 

Print. 

Wolf, Karl, Pupil of Prof. Dr. F. Linke. 

474. Vases in China. 

Wutscher, Karl, Pupil of Prof. Kolo 
Moser. 

475. Stained Glass Window. 



lixhibit 
No. 

Zamboni, Hedwig von, Pupil of Prof. 
Franz Metzner. 
476. Old Mail. Statuette of Lead. 

Zuelow, Franz von. Pupil of Prof, von 
Myrbach. 
477-484. Landscape. Eight Alegraphs. 

485. "In Summer Time." Book in 

Alegraph. 

486. Landscape. Disk. 

487. Landscape. Disk. 

488. Landscape. Disk. 

VARIOUS AUSTRIAN ARTISTS. 

Engelhart, Joseph, Vienna. 

489-492. Four Panels in Intarsia work. 

Kafka, Bohumil, Prague. 

493. Cornice in Bronze and Onyx. 

Waschmann, Karl (Vienna Artists' As- 
sociation), Vienna. 

494. "Odalisque." Pendant, Ivory and 

Gold. 

495. "Diana." Pendant, Gold and 

Enamel, with brilliants. 

496. "Medusa." Gold Clasp, with dia- 

mond and pearls. 

497. "Blackberries." Comb in Gold 

and Enamel. 

498. "Children's Dance. Comb in 

Gold, with brilliants and enamel. 
(Nos. 489-493 are installed in the 
Reading Room of the Austrian 
Government Pavilion.) 



BELGIUM 



Commissioner General 
M. Jules Carlier 



Delegate of the Belgian Fine Arts Commission 
Mr, Emile Vautiiikr 



For information regarding exhibits for sale apply to Mr. Emile Vauthier, in Gallery 

of Fine Arts, Belgian Section. 



BELGIUM. 



WEST PAVILION. 



Galleries 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 109, 110, 111 ond 112. 



Oil Paintings. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Oil Paintings. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Abattuci, Pierre Jean, Brussels. 

1. The Solitary Castle. 

Abry, Leon, Antwerp. 

2. Full Cry. 

Acart, Miss Adelina, Ghent. 

3. Interior of the Ophthalmic Insti- 

tute of Ghent. 

Amerlinck-Claes, Miss Virginie, Courtrai. 

4. Orchids. 

Baes, Firmin, Brussels. 

6. The Challenge. 

Bastien, Alfred, Brussels. 

7. Border of the Forest of Soignes. 

Bayart, Paul, Brussels. 

8. Old Mill in Flanders. 

Blieck, Maurice,. Brussels. 

9. In the Campine. 

10. Autumn. 

Boss, Prosper, Ghent. 

11. Old Castle. 

Boudry, Alois, Antwerp. 

12. An Old Song. 

13. The Convalescent. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Buysse, Georges, Wandelghem, near 
Ghent. 

14. Winter Afternoon. 

Calais, Miss Henriette, Brussels. 

15. "Alleluia! In Heaven the last one 

will be the first one." 

Cambier, Louis, Brussels. 

16. The Coenaculum in Jerusalem. 

17. The Cavern of Christ's Agony. 

Cambier, Nestor, Brussels. 

18. View of Bruges. 

Carpentier, Evariste, Liege. 

19. Rainy Weather. 

20. On the Terrace. 

Charlet, Franz, Brussels. 

22. The Golden Dial. 

Glaus, Emile, Ostend. 

23. An Abandoned Brickyard. 

24. Winter Sun. 

Cluysenaer, Andre, Brussels. 
24a. Mother and Child. 

25. Study for a Portrait. 

Collin, Andre, Brussels. 

26. Winter in the House of the Poor. 
Courtens, Franz, Brussels. 

27. Beneath the Beeches. 

28. Morning Work. 

Crabbe, Victor, Brussels. 

29. The "Val-Duchesse." 

30. A Corner of the Pond. 



BELGIUM. 



109 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Crabeels, Florent Nicolas (deceased). 

31. A Flemish Fair in the Country. 

32. The Beginning of the Day. 

De Baugnies, Rene, Brussels. 

33. Harbor. 

De Bievre, Miss Marie, Brussels. 

34. Camelias. 

35. Peaches. 

36. Roses. 

Degouve de Nunques, William, Brussels. 

37. The North Side of Majorque 

Island. 

38. In the Majorque Island. 

De Hem, Miss Louise, Ypres, West 
Flanders. 

40. The Lover of Books. 

41. Old Flemish Woman. 

De Lalaing, Comte Jacques, Brussels. 

42. Portrait of a Priest from the 

country. 

Deweert, Mrs. Anna, Ghent. 

43. Fog of the Morning on the River. 

Dierckx, Pierre Jacques, Moll, near Ant- 
werp. 

44. The Spinning Women. 

Drumeaux, Miss Angelina, Liege. 

45. Chrysanthemum^. 

Eckermans, Miss Alice, Antwerp. 

46. Ave Maria, Rosa Mystica. 

Farazyn, Edgard, Antwerp. 

47. On the Wharf. 

48. Fishermen and Shells. 

49. Women Repairing Nets. 

Frederic, Leon, Brussels. 

50. Nature. Polyptych. 

51. Legend of St. Francis. Triptych. 

Gevers, Miss Helene, Antwerp. 

52. The Water Color Lesson. 

53. The Broken Branch. 

Gilsoul, Victor, Brussels. 

54. The Turning of the Canal of 

Bruges. 

55. Heavy Sea. 

56. Fishing Vessels Arriving. 

Haeck, Leopold, Antwerp. 

57. The Moon Rising. 

58. Morning of October. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Halle, Oscar, Ostend. 

60. The Washerwomen. 

61. The Rope Factory. 

Hamesse, Adolphe, Brussels. 

62. Autumn. 

Hazledine, Alfred, Brussels. 

63. A Corner of a Street in Bruges. 

Hennebicq, Andre (deceased). 

64. Quo Vadis: A Christian Martyr 

Arriving at the Catacombs. 

65. La Esmeralda. 

Henneman, Valentine, Bruges. 

66. At Knocke. 

Hens, Franz, Antwerp. 

67. Fisherboats on the Scheldt. 

Herbo, Leon, Brussels. 
67a. Fdmee. 

Hermans, Charles, Brussels. 

68. Bather. 

Herremans, Lievin, Brussels. 

69. The Shop of Zeeland. 

Heymans, Adrien Joseph, Brussels. 

70. The Sun Rising in the Bogs of the 



71- 



Campine. 
An Afternoon of October. 



Hoorickx, Ernest, Puers, East Flanders. 

72. Ferry on the Old Sclieldt. 

Horenbant, Joseph, Ghent. 

73. Gossips. 

74. Bad Days. 

Houyoux, Leon, near Brussels. 

75. Autumn. 

Jacobs, Adolphe, Brussels. 

76. Young Oxen in Pasture. 

77. Pastures in Brabant. 

Jamar, Armand, Brussels. 

79. Ocean. 

80. Dutch Home. 

Jamar, Miss Pauline, Liege. 

81. Pansies. 

Jefferys, Marcel, Brussels. 

82. Grey Weath«r. 

83. Flowers of 7"ly- 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Jonnaert, Mrs. Clemence, Ghent. 

84. In June. 

85. Peonies. 

86. Iris. 

Jottrand, Lucien, Brussels. 

87. Morning in the Open Sea. 

88. Stillness in the Twilight. 

Khnopff, Fernand, Brussels. 

89. The Blue Wing. 

Laermans, Eugene, Brussels. 

90. The Intruders. 

Laridon, Miss Louise, Antwerp. 

gi. Poppies. 
Laureys, Armand, Brussels. 

92. Young Mother. 
Leempoels, Jef, Brussels. 

94. Destiny and Humanity. 

95. Friendship. 

96. In Tears. 

Lefevre, Arthur, Brussels. 

97. Cinder-pickers. 

Le Mayeur, Adrien, Brussels. 

98. The Way out the Channel of 

Ostend. 

Leotard, Alice, Brussels. 

99. Nothing More. 
Leveque, August, Brussels. 

100. Triumph of Death, 
loi. Hymn of Love. 

Lybaert, Theophile, Ghent. 

102. Jersey Blues. 

103. Scouting. 

Marcette, Alexandre, Brussels. 

104. Moonlight on the Scheldt. 

Marcotte, Miss Marie Antoinette, Ant- 
werp. 

107. An Old Gardener. 
Mathieu, Paul, Brussels. 

108. Landscape in Brabant. 
Mayne, Jean, Brussels. 

io8a. The Wheelwright. 

Meunier, Miss Georgette, Brussels. 

109. The Mandolin. 
Melsen, Marten, near Antwerp. 

109a. Tlic Alilkmaid. 
Meyers, Isidore, Brussels, 
no. Afternoon. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Montigny, Miss Jenny, Ghent. 

111. Morning: October. 

112. Afternoon. 

Nys, Alexis, Brussels. 

113. The Wave. 

Oleffe, Auguste, Ostend. 

114. The Lighthouse-keeper. 

Ottevaere, Henri, Brussels. 

115. The Abyss of the Sea. 

Patte, Fernand, Brussels. 

116. April. 

Proost, Frans, near Antwerp. 

117. The Lonely Farm. 

Ransy-Putzeys, Mrs. Felicie, Liege. 

118. Banks of the Meuse (Vise). 

Radoux, Mrs. Marguerite, Liege. 

119. The Spider. 

Robert, Raphael, Ghent. 

120. The Dogs of a Poor Man. 

121. Flemish Village. 

122. The Red Chapel. 

Ronner, Miss Alice, Brussels. 

123. Geraniums. 

Rosseels, Jacques, Antwerp. 

124. Banks of tlie Scheldt. 

Rousseau, Charles, Bruges. 

125. Panorama of Bruges. 

Rul, Henry, Antwerp. 

126. Dunes in the Campine. 

Simons, Franz, Braesschaet, near Ant- 
werp. 

127. The Red Cows. 

Smits, Jakob, Moll, near Antwerp. 

128. The Kiss of Judas. 

Stevens, Gustave Max, Brussels. 

132. The Annunciation. 

133. The Hamadryad. 

Steppe, Remain, Antwerp. 

134. Nocturnal Peace. 

Thomas, Henri, Brussels. 

135. Venus. 

Vanaise, Gustave (deceased). 

139. The Spring. 

140. Equestrian Portrait of the Count 

of Merode. 



BELGIUM. 



Oil Paintings and Water Colors. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Van Andringa, Martin, near Brussels. 

141. Landscape of Brabant. 

Van Beurden, Alphonse G., Antwerp. 

142. In the sweat of your brow you 

will gain your bread. 

Van Cauwelaert, Emile Jean, Ghent. 

143. Ferry with Cattle. 

144. Sunset. 

Van Damme, Frans, Brussels. 

145. Abandoned Ships. 
Van den Acker, Jan, Brussels. 

145a. A Connoisseur. 

Van den Bos, Georges, Ghent. 

146. Lady with her Cat. 

Van den Eeden, Nicolas, Namur. 

147. The Communicants in St. Gu- 

dule's Church. 

Van der Meulen, Edmond, Brussels. 

148. One Chair for Two. 

149. French Hounds. (Underwood.) 

Van der Ouderaa, P. J., Antwerp. 

150. A Jewelry Fair in the Sixteenth 

Century in Antwerp. 

151. A Moment of Rest. 

Vandievort, Louis, Antwerp. 

152. Attila bewailed by his Wives. 
Van Esbrock, Edouard, Brussels. 

153. First Sorrow. 

van Holsbeek, Albert, Contich, near 
Antwerp. 

154. Portrait, Miss de Cambrake. 

Van Hove, Edmond, Ghent. 

155. The Monk. 

156. A Savant. 

Van Leemputten, Corneille (deceased). 

157. A Sunny Day (March). 
Van Leemputten, Franz, Antwerp. 

158. Cloudy Summer. 

Van Melle, Henri, Ghent. 

159. The Farm Yard. 
Van Roy, Dolf, Brussels. 

160. Strawberries. 

161. Interior. 

Vauthier, Emile, Brussels. 

162. The Collar of Amber. 

163. Portrait of a Young Girl. 

164. Portraits of a Family. 



Exhibit 
Nc. 

Verbrugge, Emile, Antwerp. 

165. Fruit Market in Venice. 

Verhaert, Piet, Antwerp. 

166. An Old Flemish Song between 

Two Decks (Fishing Boat). 

167. The Drunkard. 

168. In the Dunes. 

Verhas, Jan. (deceased). 

169. Young Flemish Girl. 

Verheyden, Isidore, Brussels. 

170. The Large Oak Tree. 

Waegemans, Maurice, Brussels. 

171. The Old Trench. 

Willaert, Ferdinand, Ghent. 

172. The Old Beguinage at Ghent. 

173. Old Canal at Ghent. 

174. Flemish Woman Sewing. 

Wystman, Rodolphe, Brussels. 

176. The Old Willows. 

177. The Old Bridge, Bruges. 

Wytsman, Mrs. Juliette, Brussels. 

178. The Brooms. 

179. Lilies. 

Water Colors. 

Art, Miss Berthe, Brussels. 

180. Game and Vegetables. Pastel. 
i8oa. Cinerarias. Pastel. 

Bartholome, Leon, Brussels. 

i8ob. Fishermen's Home in South 
France. Charcoal. 

Beauck, Mrs. Eva, Brussels. 

181. In the Twilight. Tinted Design. 

182. Repose in the Farm-house. Tinted 

Design. 

Beauck, Frangois, Brussels. 

183. Man Before Death. Charcoal. 

184. Four small drawings. Pen and 

Ink. 

Cassiers, Henry, Brussels. 

185. Dutch Town. 

Coenraets, Ferdinand, Brussels. 

188. The Pond— the Morning. 

189. A Quay in Dordrecht. 

De Hem, Miss Louise, Ypres. 

189a. Little Girl from the Country. 
Pastel. 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Water Colors, Engravings, Lithographs and Sculpture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Delaunois, Alfred, Brussels. 

190. A Corner of St. Peter's Church 

at Louvain. 

191. An Evening at St. Peter's Church, 

Louvain. 

Gilsoul, Mrs. Katy, Brussels. 

192. Nasturtiums and Convolvulus. 

Hageman, Victor, Antwerp. 

194. Wintertime. Pastel. 
Hagemans, Maurice, Brussels. 

195. Along the Channel. 

Khnopff, Fernand, Brussels. 

196. Loneliness. Wax and pastel. 

197. Incense. Wax and water color. 

Lagye, Benoni, Brussels. 

198. Autumn. 
Leveque, Auguste, Brussels. 

199. Study. Charcoal. 

200. Study. Charcoal. 

Marcette, Alexandre, Brussels. 
200a. Repairing Boats. 
200b. Departure of the Fisherboats. 

Massin, Mrs. Juliette, Brussels. 

201. Spinning Woman. Pastel. 
Ratinckx, Joseph, Antwerp. 

202. Battle of Groningen, 1302. 

Rassenfosse, Armand, Liege. 

203. Head of Woman. Drawing. _ 

204. Woman in black dress. Drawmg. 

205. Study in red chalk. 

Schaecken, Leon, Brussels. 

206. Indolence. Pastel. 

Sn-.its, Jakob, near Antwerp. 

206a. Sunny Flowers. 
Stacquet, Henri, Brussels. 

206b. Dutch Church. 

2o6c. Dutch Home. 

Themon, Paul, Namur. 

207. Morning on the Meuse. 

208. A Way near Corbion. 

Tibbaut, Miss Marie Anne, Ghent. 

209. After the High Mass. 

210. Waiting the Barques. 

Uytterschaut. Victor, Brussels. 
«ioa. Mill in Flanders. 
2iob. Orchard in Holland. 
3IOC. Near Brussels. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Van Andringa, Martin, Brussels. 

211. Young Girl. Pastel. 
Vanderstraeten, Andre Martin, Brussels. 

212. The Cathedral in the Evening. 

Charcoal. 
Van Haesendonck, Georges, Brussels. 

213. Ecstatic Sleep. Drawing. 

Van Hove, Edmond, Ghent. 

214. A Monk. Pencil. 
Van Neste, Alfred, Antwerp. 

215. Designs for illustration. Ink. 

Two Frames. 
Van Ysendyck, Miss Julia, Brussels, 

216. Iris. Pastel. 
Verhas, Jan. (deceased). 

217. Fishing for Shrimps. 
Willaert, Arthur, Ghent. 

218. Evening. 

GROUP 10. 

ENGRAVINGS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 
Bernier, Charles, Angre, near Mons. 

219. Job. After Bonnat. 

220. Visit to the Sick Man. After 

Alex. Struys. 

221. Portrait. 
Greuse, Louis, Mons. 

222. The Battle of the Amazons. 

After Rubens. 

223. The Man with the Hat. After 

Frans Hals. 
Lauwers, Frangois, Antwerp. 

224. The Minuet. After Rozier. En- 

graving. 
Peeters, Louis, Antwerp. 

225. Portrait. After Rembrandt. 

Etching. 

226. Portrait. After Frans Hals. 

Etching. 

227. Portrait of the Artist's Father. 

Etching. 

GROUP 11. 
SCULPTURE. 
(Nos. 228, 230, 231, 233, 241, 247, 248, 250, 
255. 257, 257a, 258, 263, 265, 266, 269, 
269a, 269b, 272, 273, 274 and 277 are 
installed in the Sculpture Pavilion. ") 
Baudrenghien, J., Brussels, 

228. Sisyphus. 

Beer, Auguste, Brussels. 

229. Primeval Workman. 
Blickx, T. G, M., MochHn. 

230. Old Priest 

231. Monk Praying. 
Boncquet, H., Brussels. 

233. Obsession. 



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Sculpture, Architecture and Loan Collection. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Charlier, G., Brussels. 

233. A Widow. 

234. Remembrance. 

Devigne, P. (deceased). 

235. Domcnica. 

236. Psyche. 

237. Eurydice. 
Dillens, J., Brussels. 

238. The Silence of the Tomb. 

239. Four Statuettes. 

(a.) The Haberdasher, 
(b.) The Turner, 
(c.) The Horse Shoer. 
(d.) The Master of the Guild. 
Dubois, P., Brussels. 

240. A Woman Reclining. 

241. Sarah. 

242. The Echo. 
Dupon, Josue, Antwerp. 

243. St. George. 

244. Female Lion and Snake. 

246. Camel. 
Hambresin, A., Brussels. 

247. Judith. 

248. Country Girl. 

249. Work. 

Jespers, L, E. M., Antwerp. 

250. Undeceived. 
250a. Aurora. 
250b. "No." 

250c. Happy Youth. 
Lagae, Jules, Brussels. 

251. Home Angel. 

252. The Cardinal Goossens. 

253. Portrait of Julius Dillens, Artist. 

254. Old Flemish Fisher. 
Lambeaux, Jef., Brussels. 

255. The Bitten Faun. 
Lefever, E. P., Brussels. 

256. Fisherman of Prawns. 
Le Roy, Hypp, Ghent. 

257. The Conscience stops the Cul- 

prit's Arm. 
257a. Flandria. 
Leveque, Auguste, Brussels. 

258. The Amazons Struggling. 
Meunier, Constantin, Brussels. 

259. Man of the People. 

260. Miner of the "Borinage." 

261. Miner in the Mine. 
Nocquet, Paul Ange, New York City. 

262. Woman Yawning. 

263. The Wounded. 
Samuel, Charles, Brussels. 

265. Uylenspiegel and Nele. 

266. KhnopflF. Bust. 

267. Evening. 

268. Fortune. 

Van Beurden, A., Antwerp. 

269. Cupid on the Watch. 



Exhibit 
N*. 

Van Peteghen, Adolphe, Brussels. 

269a. Prayer. 

269b. Young Girl. 
Vinjotte, T. J., Brussels. 

271. Catalina. 

27a. Medusa. 
Vogelaar, L., Brussels. 

273. Old Man. Plaster Bust. 
Weyns, J., Antwerp. 

274. Justice. 

275. For Fatherland. 

276. The Charmer. 
Willems, J., Antwerp. 

277. The Sparrow Hawk. 

GROUP 12. 
ARCHITECTURE. 
Baes, H., Brussels. 

278. Decorative Panel. 

279. Decorative Panel. 

280. Decorative Panel. 
Creten, V., Brussels. 

281. Designs and Plans. 
De Braey, M., Antwerp. 

282. Four designs for the Belgian 

Building at the Universal Expo- 
sition at Liege, in 1905. Photo- 
graphs. 
Mayne, S., Brussels. 

283. Designs. 
Saintenoy, P., Brussels. 

284. Belgian Building at the St. Louis 

Exposition. Plans. 

285. Designs and Photographs. 
Van Neck, Joseph. 

285a. Architectural Plans. 

GROUP 13. 
LOAN COLLECTION. 
De Buck, Victor, Brussels. 

286. Albums containing the works of 

P. P. Rubens. 
286a. Four copies after celebrated 
Rubens pictures at the Brussels 
Museum. (In Sculpture Pa- 
vilion.) 

The Martyrdom of St. Lievin. 
The Assumption of the Virgin. 
The Nativity. 

The Ascension of Calvary. 
Renders, Emile, Bruges. 

287. Specimens of old Flemish Wood 

Carvings. (In Belgian National 
Pavilion.) 
De Coen, A., Brussels. 

288. Flemish Kirmess. Hand-woven 

Tapestry, made about 1650, 
« J , after design by David Teniers. 
Badel, E., Pans. 

288a. Painted Wood Panels. 



BRAZIL 



Commissioner-General 
Col. F. M. De Souza Aguiar 



Commissioner of Fine Arts 
J. A. Dos Santos 



For information regarding exhibits for sale apply to Brazilian Headquarters 
in Brazilian Building. 



BRAZIL. 



WEST PAVILION. 



GoIIeries 100 ond 101. 



Oil Paintings. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Oil Paintings. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Barbosa, Bento, S. Paulo. 
I. Portrait. 

Brocos, Modesto, Rio de Janeiro, 
la. Portrait of Dr. G. Ramos. 

3. Peeling Goiaba Fruit. 

4. Southern Cross. 

4a. The Old Paina Tree. 

Calixto, B., S. Paulo. 
4b. Wood Chopper. 

Delpino, A., Minas Geraes. 



Rain on the Mountains. 

Sunshine in the Forest. 

Gold-washer. 

Birth of the Inconfidence. 

Landscape at Barbacena. 
iv/. Milkman in costume of Minas. 
II. Cross of the Souls; a country resi- 
dence at Barbacena. 

Holy Lake. 

Youthful Artist. 

Evening on the Farm. 

Ocean Scene. 

House where Santos Dumont was 
born. 

Wood Hauler in the costume of 
Minas. 

18. Panorama of City of Marianna, 
State of Minas. 



12. 

13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 

17. 



Esteves, H., Minas Geraes. 

19. Horse's Head (Brazilian breed). 

20. View of River das Velhas near 

Sahara Station. 
31. Twilight at Honorio Bicalho. 



Exhibit 
No. 

23- 
24. 

25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 



"Here I am." 
A Convalescent. 
Manganese Ore Mining. 
Gap above Tombadouro Falls. 
Brazilian Wood Haulers. 
Manganese Ore Mining. 
Sunrise in Ouro-Preto. 
Painting Clay Deposits. 
A Tipsy Negress. 
Office of Belgian Manganese Min- 
ing Company. 

33. Fowls' Playing Ground. 

34. Fowls' Playing Ground. 

35. Ancient Palace of Government, 

State of Minas. 

36. Holy Lake Village. 

37. Residence of late Dr. Lund at 

Holy Lake. 

38. Overflow of the Holy Lake. 

39. Gathering Grapes in State of 

Minas. 

40. House and Lands of the Aurifer- 

ous Co. at H. Bicalho, Station 
of the Brazil Central Railroad. 

42. A Tract of the Boa Vista Coun- 

try; Residence of the late Em- 
peror D. Pedro II. 

43. St. Joseph's Hill at Ouro-Preto. 

44. Sunrise in Bello Horizonte. 

45. A Part of Sahara Great Bridge 

over River das Velhas (built 
by Engineer Santos Dumont, 
father of the great Aeronaut). 

46. A Country Cooking Range. 

47. House where the Minas Revolu- 

tionists were assembled in 1790. 

48. Canga Heights between Inficion- 

ado and Agua Quente Hill. 

49. General Panorama of Bello Hori- 

zonte — Old Curral d'El Rey 
before construction of present 
city. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Esteves, H., Minas Geraes — Continued. 

50. Panorama of Bello Horizonte, 

showing famous Piedade Moun- 
tains, Sahara Street, and old 
Parochial Church. 

51. Great Fountain at the Savings 

Bank Square and Arts and 
Trades Lyceum. 

52. Miniature of the City of Ouro 

Preto, showing the Church of 
"Our Lady of the Rosario." 

53. A Child's Fancy Dress. 

53a. Parochial Church Bello Horizonte. 
53b. Portrait Head of Man. 

Frederico, Raphael, S. Paulo. 

54. Concert in the Open Air. 
54a. Landscape and Girl. 

55. Amateur Collector. 

56. Rondo in 'la' major. 

57. Interior of an Artist's Studio. 

58. Watering the Vines. 

59. After the Reading. 

60. Near the Altar. 

61. Interior Household Scene. 

Figueiredo, A., Rio de Janeiro. 

62. Fort of the Leme. 

63. Sunset on the Beach. 

64. Summer Evening. 

65. Corcovado (Hump-back) Moun- 

tain. 

66. Sensational Crime. 

67. Rhapsody of the Waves. 

68. Panorama of Serra de Petropolis. 

69. Copacabana. 

70. Babylonia Mountain. 

71. Rocks. 

72. Valley of Tijuca. 

73. Bay of Botafogo. 

74. Peak of Tijuca Mountain. 

75. Avis Rara (Artist's Inspiration). 
75a. Youth's Dream. 

Figueiredo, Dr. A. G., Amazonas. 

76. View of the city of Manaos. 
Mee, M., S. Paulo. 



76a. 


Fruit. 




76b. 


Orchids. 




76c. 


Orchids. 


, 


76d. 


Tomatoes. 




Pache 


CO, Insley, Rio 


de Janeiro. 


77- 


Cataract of Pa 


ulo Affonso. 


78. 


Landscape. 




79- 


Landscape. 




80. 


Marine. 




81. 


Marine. 




82. 


Marine. 




83. 


Marine. 




84. 


Marine. 





Exhibit 
No. 

Papf, E., S. Paulo. 
84a. Orchids. 

Ribeiro, L., Minas Geraes. 

85. Brazilian Cruiser on Ocean at 

Night. 

86. Steamship "Kronprinz Wilhelm." 

87. American Battleships in Rio de 

Janeiro Harbor. (Saluting.) 

Silva, Oscar P. da, S. Paulo. 
87a. A Mother holding Child. 

Steckel, F. A., Minas Geraes. 

88. A Stone Quarry. 

89. Panorama of the Morro Velho. 
89a. A Suburban Residence. 

Visconti, E., Rio de Janeiro. 

90. Bust of Man. 

91. A Convalescent. 

92. Mystic Dream. 

93. Pedro Alvares Cabral. 

94. S. Sebastiano. 

Walder, Henry, Rio de Janeiro. 

95. Odontoglossum Grande. 

96. Cattleya Gigas; Warocqueana; 

Amethystina; Rex de O'Brien. 

97. Cattleya Hordyano Cardeniana; 

Cattleya Dowiana; Cattleya 
Leopoldo II; Cattleya Walk- 
eriana. 

98. Cattleya Hordyano Luciani; Mos- 

siae Amoena; Oncidium Kram- 
eranum; Oncidium Lamelli- 
gerum. 

99. Lovelia Elegans; Lovelia Glauca, 

100. Lutia Purpureum; Insleay. 

loi. Miltonia Morelina; Miltonia Pur- 
pura ta; Miltonia Vexillania; 
Miltonia Alva. 

102. Cattleya Kimalliana; Cattleya 

Mendeli; Cattleya Labiata; Cat- 
tleya Cupidon Autumnalis. 

Weingartner, P., Rio Grande do Sul. 

103. Change of Fortune. 
103a. The Harvest 
103b. The Cock Fight. 

103c. The Marriage of Anticoni. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Water Colors, Sculpture, Architecture and Loan Collection. 



WATER COLORS. 

Exhibit 

No. 

Delpino, A., Minas Geraes. 

109. Mother caressing Child. Pastel 

drawing. 
no. Ox Cart Driver. Pastel drawing. 

111. Portrait of Mel. Joaquim de 

Macedo. Pastel drawing. 

112. Itacoluny Mountains. 

Esteves, H., Minas Geraes. 

113. A cottage at Villa Bressane. 
113a. House of Major Goulat at B. 

Horizonte. 

114. Innocent Sleep. Pencil drawing. 

115. Ancient House at Bello Hori- 

zonte. 
115a. An old Farm House. 

116. St. Joseph's Procession. 

117. Flowers. Colored Crayon. 
117a. President Floriano. Pastel. 
117b. Victor Emmanuel. Pastel. 
117c. Dr. P. G. Lund. Pastel. 

Pacheco, Insley, Rio de Janeiro. 



118. 
119. 
120. 
121. 

122. 



Marine. Gouache. 

Marine. Gouache. 

Marine. Gouache. 

Marine. Gouache. 

Marine. Gouache. 

Schlatter, Fernando, Rio Grande do Sul. 

123. View of City of Porto Alegre. 
Visconti, E., Rio de Janeiro. 

124. Nude Woman. Crayon drawing. 

125. Bust of V/oman. Crayon draw- 

ing. 

126. Woman in Repose. Crayon 

drawing. 

127. Figures of Children. Crayon 

Drawing. 

128. Bust of Woman. Crayon draw- 

ing. 

GROUP 10. 

ENGRAVINGS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

Brocos, Modesto, Rio de Janeiro. 
128a. Three etchings in one frame: 

fa) Marshall Floriano Peixoto. 

(b) Rodolpho Bcrnardelli. 

(c) Late Dom Pedro II. 
128b. Three etchings in one frame: 
128c. Frame of etchings: Portraits 

of eminent Brazilian Citizens. 



GROUP 11. 
SCULPTURE. 

Exliibit 
No. 

Favero, Marino del & Bros., S. Paulo. 
I28d. Christ on the Cross of Calvary. 
Wood carving. 

Girardet, A. G., Rio de Janeiro. 

129. Case containing bronze and 

aluminum medals and cameos. 

130. Collection large bronze medal- 

lions. 

131. Collection large plaster medal- 

lions. 

Rangel, A. C. F., S. Paulo. 

131a. Coffee Branch. Wood carving. 

Zani, Amadeu, S. Paulo. 

131b. Ave Maria. Bas relief in plaster. 



GROUP 12. 
ARCHITECTURE. 

Dubugras, V., S. Paulo. 

131C. Perspective View of Design for 
Church. Water color. 

i3id. Perspective View of Design for 
Town Hall. Water color. 

i3ie. Five Views of House. Photo- 
graphs. 

i3if. Five Views of Interior of House. 
Photographs. 

i3ig. Five Views of Church. Photo- 
graphs. 
Seven Views of Town Hall. 
Photographs. 



GROUP 13. 

LOAN COLLECTION. 

i3ii. Madonna. Very old. Lent by 
Dr. Augusto Mario, Minas 
Geraes. 

Musi, A. (deceased). 

T31J, 131k, 131I. Three water colors, 
representing festival scenes. 
Lent by the State Government 
of Amazonas. 



BRAZIL. 



iiy 



Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



GROUP 14. 

ORIGINAL OBJECTS OF ART 
WORKMANSHIP. 



Exhibit 




No. 




Visconti, E., Rio de Taneiio. 




Water colors: 


132. 


Wall paper design. 


133- 


Pitcher design. 


134. 


Vase design. 


135. 


Lace design. 


136. 


Design for table. 


137- 


Wall paper design. 


138. 


Wall paper frieze design. 


139- 


Wall paper design. 


140. 


Wall paper design. 


141. 


Wall paper design. 


142. 


Wall paper design. 


143. 


Imitation stained glass design. 


144. 


Plate design. 


145. 


Vase design. 


146. 


Wall paper design. 


147. 


Design for Allegorical picture. | 



Exhibit 
No. 

148. 
149. 
' 150. 
151- 
152. 
153- 
154- 
155- 
156. 

157. 

158. 

159- 

160. 

161. 

162. 

163. 

164. 

165. 

166. 

1 66a. 

167. 



Portiere drapery design. 
Plate design. 
Wall paper design. 
Vase design. 

Design for printed drapery. 
Design for dyeing cloth. 
Design for embroider3^ 
Design for pattern of cloth. 
Table chandelier design (elec- 
tric). 
Wall paper design. 
Ceramics: 
Vase. 
Vase. 
Vase. 
Vase. 
Vase. 
Jar. 
Jar. 
Tar. 
jar. 
Jar. 
Platter. 



BULGARIA 



Commissioner- General 
P. T. Mattheef 



Commissioner of Sections 
D. Stancioff 



For information regarding exhibits for sale apply to Bulgarian Section 
in Varied Industries Building. 



BULGARIA. 



WEST PAVILION, 



Gallery 127. 



Paintings and Drawings, Sculpture. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Exhibit 
No. 

DimoflF, v., Sophia. 

1. Ancient Bulgarian Kings. 

EUieff, H., Honorable Mention, 1900, 
Paris, Sophia. 

2. Landscape. 

Evstatieff, G., Sophia. 

3. Goats. 

4. Sheep. 

Horeishin, D., Honorable Mention, 1900, 
Paris, Sophia. 

5. Wild Goats. 

Marinoff, V., Sophia. 

6. T-andscapc. 

Marinoff, J., Sophia. 

7. Landscape. 

Mavrodinoff, T., Sophia. 

8. Macedonian Woman. 

Mihailoff, B., Sophia. 

45-48. I'^oiir designs for Church Win- 
dows. 

Mitoff, A., Gold Medai, 1900, Paris, 
Sophia. 

9. Scene at the Market in the City of 

Sophia. 

10. Old Fountain in Plevna. 

11. Capricious Gipsy Child. 

12. Mother and Daughter-in-law at the 

Market in the City of Sophia. 

13. Gipsy Woman selling Colanders. 



Exhibit 
No. 

14. Gipsy Women taking their break- 

fast in the City of Sophia. 

15. Girls at the Market in the City of 

Silistra. 

16. A group of Peasant Women at the 

Market in the City of Sophia. 

17. A Peasant Woman selling Geese 

at the Market in the City of 

Sophia. 
17a. Women at the Market in City of 

Silistra. 
17b. Sophia JNlarket. (No. 29 for jury.) 

Mrkvitchka, J. V., Gold Medal, 1900, 
Paris, Sophia. 

18. Portrait of H. R. H., the late 

Princess of Bulgaria. 
i8a. Bulgarian Dance. 

19. Refugees. 



Under the 

Crescent. 

Insurgents. 

All Saints. 



protection of the 



21. 
22. 

22a. At Ihc PfMid. (No. 30 for jury.) 
22b. Mother and Child. (No. 31 for 

jui'y-) 
22c. Young Widow at the Grave. No. 

32 for jury.) 

22d. Turk (P.ashilinznuk). No. 33 for 

jury.) 
22e, At the Well. (No. 34 for jury.") 
22f. Goatherd. (No. 35 for jury.) 
22g. Village Dance. (No. 36 for jury.') 

Oberbauer. 

22h. Shepherd. (No. 38 for jury.") 
22i. Sportsman. (No. 39 for jur^'.) 



i 



BULGARIA. 
Sculpture. 



123 



Exhibit Exhibit 

No. ; No. 

22j. Village Bar. (No. 40 for jury.) 28. 

22k. Convent. (No. 41 for jury.) 

Perfanoff, D. J., Sophia. 

49-50. Two dcsig'ns for Rugs. 
Philipoff, v., Sophia. 

23. Macedonian Woman. 
Stantchoff, Christo, Philipopoli. 

24. Landscape. 
24a. A Quiet House. 

Tacheff, A. K., Sophia. 
51-56. Five designs for Book-covers. 
57. Ancient Bulgarian Plate. De- 



58. Ancient Bulgarian Church Inscrip- 
tion. Design. 

Vechin-Yaroslav, Honorable Mention; 
Paris, 1900, Sophia. 

26. Horse Market. 
26a. Shipka. 

GROUP 11. 
SCULPTURE. 

Schatz, Boris, Silver Medal, Paris, 1900, 
Sophia. 

27. Matatia. Plaster Statue. Lent by 

H. R. H. the Prince of Bulgaria, 



29. 
30. 

31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 
35- 
36. 

37. 
38. 

39- 
40. 
41. 
42. 
43- 



44. 



The Mother of Moses. Plaster 
Statue. Lent by the National 
Musc6 of Sophia. 

Russian Soldier. Plaster Statue. 

Bulgarian Peasant-Musician. Plas- 
ter Bust. 

A Boy. Bronze Bust. 

Rabbi. Bronze Bas-relief. 

The Prayer. Bronze Bas-relief. 

Dr. Herzl. Bronze Bas-relief. 

Wrestler. Bronze Bas-relief. 

Tobacco snuffing. Bronze Bas- 
relief. 

Melancholy. Bronze Bas-relief. 

Unfortunate. Bronze Bas-relief. 

Woodman. Bronze Bas-relief. 

The Prayer. Bronze Bas-relief. 

Gipsy. Bronze Bas-relief. 

Old Gipsy. Bronze Bas-relief. 

Fountain in the Bulgarian Section 
of Varied Industries. Plaster 
and wood. ' 

Sculptured and gilded frame for 
the picture of H. R. H., the late 
Princess of Bulgaria. 



CANADA 



General Commission of Fine Arts for Canada 
Royal Canadian Academy 



Commissioners 

Robert Harris, C. M. G., President R. C. A. 

Wyly Grier, R. C. a. 

James Smith, R. C. A., Secretary 



For information regarding exhibits for sale apply to Office of Department of Art, 
Central Fine Arts Building. 



CANADA. 

EAST PAVILION, 



Golleries 49, 50, 51 and 52. 



Oil Paintings. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Oil Paintings. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Atkinson, W. E., A. R. C. A., Toronto. 

1. Indian Summer. 

2. Woodland. 

Beatty, J. W., Jr., Toronto. 

3. Early Moonrise. 

Beau, H., Montreal. 

4. Portrait of Dr. Villeneuve. 

5. Mother and Child. 

Bell-Smith, F. M., R. C. A., Toronto. 

6. A Forgotten Melody. 

7. Fraser River, near Yale, Siwash 

Indian Salmon Fishing. 

Brymner, William, R. C. A., Montreal. 

11. Cloud Shadows. 

12. Early Moonrise, September. 

13. Calves Drinking, Evening. 

Carlyle, Florence, A. R. C. A., Wood- 
stock, Ont. 

14. The Tiff. Lent by Ontario Gov- 

ernment. 

Challener, Frederic S., R. C. A., Toronto. 

15. The Milkmaid. 

Clapp, W. H., Montreal. 

16. Apple Trees. 

Coburn, F. S., Province Quebec and Ant- 
werp. 

17. Flemish Fire Place. 

18. The Cow Kettle. 

Cruikshank, W., R. C. A., Toronto. 

19. Breaking a Road. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Cullen, Maurice, A. R, C. A., Montreal. 

20. V/olfe's Cove. 

21. Quebec from Levis. Lent by J. 

Reid Wilson, Esq. 

22. A March River. Lent by A. A. 

Browne, Esq., M. D. 

23. The Valley of the St. Charles. 

Dyonnet, Edmond, R. C. A., Montreal. 

24. C. E. L. Porteous, Esq. 

25. Paul T. Lafleur, Esq. 

Ford, Harriet, Toronto. 

26. Santa Maria. 

27. Brittany Peasant. 

Forster, J. W. L., A. R. C. A., Toronto. 

28. Rev. G. M. Milligan, D. D., LL. D. 
Franchere, J. C, A. R. C. A., Montreal. 

29. Country People, Province of Que- 

bec. 

Gagnon, Clarence A., Montreal. 

30. Oxen Ploughing. 

31. Weaving Rag Carpets. 

32. The Old Barn. 

Gill, Charles, Montreal. 

33. Portrait. 

Graham, J. L., A. R. C. A., Ontario. 

34. The Stable. 

35. The Cart. 

Grier, E. Wyly, R. C. A., Toronto. 

36. Portrait of E. F. B. Johnston, 

K. C. 

37. Portrait of The Rev. Professor 

Clark, D. C. L. 

38. Portrait of Mrs. R. Matthews. 

Hagarty, Clara S., A. R. C. A., Toronto. 

39. Washing Day. 



CANADA. 



127 



Oil Paintings and Water Colors. 



Exhibit 
No. 



C. A., Sackville, 



40. 
41. 
42. 

43. 
44. 



Hammond, John, R. 
N. B. 

Sunset, St. John Harbour. 
Summer, New Brunswick. 
Fishing Boats, Bay of Fundy. 
Rising Moon. 
Misty Morning. 

Harris, Robert, C. M. G., P. R. C. A., 

Montreal. 

45. Her Excellency the Countess of 

Minto. Lent by the Art Asso- 
ciation of Montreal. 

46. Dr. William Osier. 

47. Portrait. 

Hillyard, Carrie Learoyd, Toronto, 

48. The Morning Glory. 

Hope, William, R. C. A,, Montreal. 

49. Early Summer. 

50. Early Moonnse. 

Innes, John, Toronto. 

51. When Days are Short. 

Knowles, F. McGilHvray, R. C. A., To- 
ronto. 

52. Landing the Catch. 

Lomer, Lorna, Montreal. 

53. Head of Old Man. 

Miller, E. Chesbro, Toronto. 

54. Study of an Old Man. 

Morris, Edmund, A. R. C. A,, Toronto. 

55. Cap Tourmente. 

56. A Quebec Landscape. 

57. The Laurentians. 

Muntz, Laura, A. R. C. A., Toronto. 

58. The Little Scribe. 

Nelson, Marion H., St. Catherines, Ont. 

59. The Blacksmith. 

Patterson, A. Dickson, R. C. A., Toronto. 

60. My Mother in a Garden Hat. 

61. The String of Beads. 

62. The Bookworm. 

Pemberton, Sophie, Victoria, B. C. 

63. Un Livre Ouvert. 

Reid, G. A., R. C. A., Toronto. 

64. Music. 

65. The Twilight of Life. 

66. A New Day. 

Reid, Mary Hiester, A. R. C. A., Toronto. 

67. The Hunter's Moon. 

68. Winter Twilight. 

69. Winter Morning. 

70. Dawn. 



Kxhibit 
Na 

St. Charles, J., A. R. C. A., Montreal. 

71. Mousquetaire Lisant. 

72. Femme drapee. 

73. Un Regard au dehors. 

74. Portrait Hon. Judge Champagne. 

Sherwood, W. A., A. R. C. A., Toronto. 

75. A Canadian Backwoodsman. 

76. Miss Patterson. 

Spurr, Gertrude E., A. R. C. A., Toronto. 

77. Blue Devils. 

Staples, Owen P., Toronto. 

78. Haymaking. 

Tully, Sydney Strickland, A. R. C. A., 
Toronto. 

79. Twilight of Life. 

Verner, F. A., A. R. C. A., London, Eng. 

80. Old Trail, Winter. 

Watson, Homer, R. C. A., Doon, Ont. 

81. The Loggers. Lent by James 

Ross, Esq. 

82. The Floodgate. Lent by James 

Wilson, Esq. 

Watts, John W., Ottawa. 

83. October Afternoon. 

Williamson, A. C, A. R. C. A., Toronto. 

84. Klaasje. 

85. Toil and Trouble. 

86. The Bachelor. 

87. Normandy Peasant. 

88. Old Man in Blue Coat. 



Water Colors. 

Bell-Smith, F. M., R. C. A., Toronto. 

89. Winter Afternoon, Luxembourg. 

90. An Old Street, Coventry. 

91. In the Park. A Thirsty Afternoon. 

Brigden, F. H., Toronto. 

92. Sunset Glow. 

93. Ayrshires. 

94. The Heart of the Valley. 

95. The Winding Stream. 

Brymner, William, R. C. A., MontreaL 

96. Cool Shade. 

Chavignaud, George, Montreal. 

97. Evening, Bruges. 

98. Clair de Lune. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Water Colors. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Cob'urn, F. S., Province of Quebec and 

Antwerp. 

99. Lc Pot au Feu. 

Gagen, R. P., A. R. C. A., Toronto. 

100. Dark Harbour, Grand Manan. 

101. Evening, Grand Manan. 

Hahn, Gustav, A. R. C. A., Toronto. 

102. Decoration. 

103. Frieze for Drawing Room of F. 

Nichols, Esq. 

Jeffreys, C. W., Toronto. 

104. The Pine Woods. Lent by On- 

tario Government. 

Manly, C. M., A. R. C. A., Toronto. 

105. Gold of Eventide. 
Matthews, M., R. C. A., Toronto. 

106. Our Camp on the Pipe Stone. 
Martin, T. Mower, R. C. A., Toronto. 

107. Near Sudbury. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Muntz, Laura, A. R. C. A,, Toronto. 
108. The Angel, from "The Reaper 

and the Flowers." 
log. Mother and Babe, 
no. The Dream. 

111. An Elf. 

Patterson, E. L., Toronto. 

112. Poplars. 

Smith, William, A. R. C. A., St. Thomas, 
Ont, 

113. Misty Morning at Sea. 

114. Moonlight at Sea. 

Staples, Owen P., Toronto. 

115. The First Snow. Pastel. 

Tully. Sidney Strickland, A. R. C. A., 
Toronto. 

116. Mrs. Hayter Reed. Pastel. 
Wrinch, Mary E., Toronto. 

117. Case of Miniatures. 



CUBA 



Commissioner- General 

ESTEBAN DUOUE ESTRADA 



CUBA. 



WEST PAVILION. 



Gallery 7. 



Oil Paintings. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Oil Paintings. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Arrarte, Luis de, Havana. 

1. Flowers and Fruits. 
Billini, Adriana, Havana. 

2. A Cuban Cook. 

3. The Drunkards. 
Cortaeta y Rodriguez, Havana, 

4. Battle of Cavite. 

5. Battle of Cavite. 

6. Battle of Santiapro. 

7. Battle of Santiago. 
Guerrero de Aldabo, Juana, Havana. 

8. Cuban Fruits. 

9. Caprice. 

10. A Study. (A head.) 
Guridi, A., Havana. 

Toa. "Punto Diffici!." 
Guridi, M., Havana. 

lob. Nocturne. 

Martinez, F. F., Richfield Springs, N. Y. 

of J. M. Aurrecoechea. 

of Carlos Rolofif. 

of Y.ernacio Agrainonte. 

of F.duardo Machado. 

of J. W. Ryan. 

of Calixto Garcia. 

of Eduardo Agrramonte. 

of Modesto Diaz. 

of Carlos M. de Cespedes. 

of Francisco V. Apuilera. 

of ^Tanuel de J. Calvar. 

of Ramon Pinto. 

of Francisco Estrampes. 

of Francisco Gomez. 

of Joaquin Apuero. 

of Quintin Banderae. 



II. 


Portrait 


12. 


Portrait 


I.^ 


Portrait 


14. 


Portrait 


15. 


Portrait 


16. 


Portrait 


17. 


Portrait 


18. 


Portrait 


iq. 


Portrait 


20. 


Portrait 


21. 


Portrait 


22. 


Portrait 


3.^ 


Portrait 


24. 


Portrait 


2S. 


Portrait 


a6. 


Portrait 



txhibit 
No. 

Martinez, F. F., Richfield Springs, N. Y. 
— Continued. 

27. Portrait of Tomas Estrada Palma. 

28. Portrait of Domingo Goicuria. 

29. Portrait of Antonio Maceo. 

30. Portrait of Adolfo F. Cabada. 

31. Portrait of General Villegas. 

32. Portrait of Jose Lacret Morlot. 

33. Portrait of Bruno Zayas. 

34. Portrait of Federico F. Cabada. 

35. Portrait of Sebastian Amabile. 

36. Portrait of Julio G. de Peralta. 

37. Portrait of Adolfo Castillo. 

38. Portrait of Miguel Aldama. 

39. Portrait of Nestor Aranguren. 

40. Portrait of Narciso Lopez. 

41. Portrait of Jose Marti. 

42. Portrait of Antonio Lorda. 

43. Portrait of Vicente Garcia. 

44. Portrait of Jesus del Sol. 

45. Portrait of Luis Ayesteran. 

46. Portrait of Donato del Marmol. 

47. Portrait of Luis Marcano. 

48. Portrait of Bcrnabe de V'arona. 

49. Portrait of Jose M. Rodriguez. 

50. Portrait of Felix Marcano. 

51. Portrait of Coronel Lofio. 

52. Portrait of Rius Rivera. 

53. Portrait of Maximo Gomez. 

54. Portrait of Joven Villegas. 

55. Portrait of Caspar Betancpurt. 

Melero, Aurelio, Havana. 

58. Landscape. Quarry. 

59. Portrait of Sr. T. R. F. 

60. Portrait of Sr. J. T. 

61. Portrait of a Child. 

62. Landscape, Almendares River. 

63. Flowers. 

64. "Calandracas." 

65. Landscape. 

66. A Study. (A head.) 

67. A Study. (A head.) 



CUBA. 



131 



Oil Paintings, Engravings and Lithographs, Sculpture. 



Kxhibtt 
No 

Melero, de Elvira M., Havana. 

68. Cuban Fruits. 
Mercier, Concepcion, Havana. 

69. Cuban Landscape. 
Posada, B. Manuel, Cienfuegos. 

69a. A Study. 
69b. Landscape. 
6gc. Landscape. 

Romanach, Leopoldo, Havana. 

70. The Convalescent. 

71. "La Abandonada." 

72. A Study. (A head.) 

73. A Study. (An old man's head.) 

74. A Girl's Head. 

75. An Old Woman's Head. 

76. An Oil Portrait. 

Tejada, J. J., Havana. 

77. "San Juan Hill." 

78. Fort Visu. 



GROUP 10. 
ENGRAVINGS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Campo Castellanos, Paulo, Havana. 

79. Washington. Pen Picture. 

80. Simon Bolivar. Pen Picture. 



GROUP 11. 
SCULPTURE. 

Diaz Gil, Daniel, Havana. 

81. A Bust of His Holiness Leo XIII. 

82. Bas Relief. 

Melero, Aurelia, Havana. 

83. A Boy. Chalk Portrait. 

84. A Girl. Chalk Portrait. 

85. Children. Chalk Portrait. 

86. "Satiro." Chalk Portrait. 

87. "Pilluelo." Chalk Portrait. 



FRANCE 



Minister of Public Instruction and Fine Arts 
Mr. J. Chaumie 



Director of Fine Arts 
Mr. Henry Marcel 



Delegate of tlie Minister of Public Instruction and Fine Arts 
Mr. Paul Lascombes 



Chief of the Bureau of Works of Art, Museums and Expositions 

Mr. Bigard Fabre 



Commissioner of Fine Arts 
Mr. Andre Saglio 



Resident Commissioner of Fine Arts 
Mr. Marcel Horteloup 

Exhibits Installed in the French Section ark not in Coupbtition for Awards 
For information regarding exhibits for sale, apply at the desk in Gallery 106. 



COLLABORATORS OF THE FRENCH SECTION 
OF FINE ARTS. 



Mr. Albert Besnard, Commander of the Legion of Honor. 
Frieze of tlie French Section of Fine Arts. 

Mr. Emile DerrE, Gold Medal, Paris, 1900. 

Sculptural decoration for the doors of the 
French Section of Fine Arts. 



FRANCE. 



WEST PAVILION. 



Galleries 59, 90, 91, 92. 93, 98, 99, 105, 106, 107, 105, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117 

115 ; also GoIIeries L and M. 



Oil Paintings. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Oil Paintings. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Abbema, Mile. Louise, Bronze Medal, 
igoo, Paris. Paris. 

1. Springtime. 

Adan, Louis Emile, Gold Medal, 1889; 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, Paris. 

2. The Lopper. 

3. Dead Wood. 

Adler, Jules, Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

4. Shrimpers. 

5. Nocturne. 

Agache, Alfred Pierre, Gold Medal, 
1900, Paris; Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honor, Paris. 

6. Law. 

7. Justice. 

8. The Gold Ring. 

Alfassa, Mme. Mira, Paris. 

10. Sitting Room. 

AUeaume, Ludovic, Paris. 

11. Lamentations on the Death of 

Orpheus. 

Allegre, Raymond, Bronze Medal. 1900, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, Paris. 

12. "Ca di Dio Bridge Venice. 
laa. Rialto Bridge, Venice. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Aman-Jean, Edmond, Gold Medal, 1900; 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, Paris. 

13. The Garden. Ornamental Panel. 
Arus, Raoul, Silver Medal, Paris. Paris. 

14. The Sacred Battalion at Waterloo 

during the Night of the i8th of 
June, 1815. 

Aubert, Jean Ernest, Silver Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, Paris. 

15. Springtime. 

16. "Love interferes." 

Auburtin, Frangois, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, Paris. 

17. The Forest and the Sea. 

Aublet, Albert, Gold Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1890, Paris. 

18. Fete Day. 

19. Eve. 

Aviat, Jules Charles, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

20. Portrait of Mme. J. H. 

21. A Study. A Venetian Woman. 

Avigdor, Rene, Honorable Mention, 1894, 
Paris. 

22. Lorenzina. 

Avy, Joseph-Marius, Paris. 

23. Embarking for Cythera. 

Bail, Franck, Paris. 

24. Meditation. 

Bail, Joseph, Silver Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor; 
Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

25. A Lesson in Lacemaking. 



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Oil Paintings. 



txhilrit 

Va. 

Baliguant, Raoul Marie, Paris. 

26. A Sketch. 

Balouzet, Armand Auguste, Gold Medal, 
igoo, Paris. Paris. 

27. Lake Champex, Valais, Switzer- 

land. 

Barau, Emile, Gold Medal, 1889; Chev- 
alier of the Legion of Honor, 1893, 
Paris. 

31. The Old Villnpe Place. 

32. Street of a Champenois Village. 

33. A Champenois Village — Geese. 

Barillot. Leon. Gold Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1895; Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

34. Thoville Farm. 

35. St. Vaast-la-Houge Marshes. 

36. Die Mill. 

Bartholdi. Frederic Auguste, Commander 
of the Legion of Honor, 1887; Medal 
of Honor, 1895, Paris. 

37. Old California. 

Ba^chet, Marcel, Prix de Rome. 1883; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor. 
1898; Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

38. Portrait of AT. Amhroise Thomas. 

39. Little Girl with a Dog. 

40. Woman with a Dog. 

Bellam, Henri Ferdinand, Paris. 

41. Evening Prayer — Brittany. 

42. Interior of a Dutch Home. 

Bellemont, Leon, Langres. 

43. Young Girl with a Pitcher. 

Benard. Henri, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

44. His Excellency Prince Yang 

Tchanc Min, Plenipotentiary 
Minister of Corea in France. 

Benner. Jean. Bronze Medal. 1889, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
Bronze Medal. 1900, Paris. Paris. 

45. "Graziella." (Capri.) 

Beraud. Jean, Gold Medal, 1889. Paris; 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1894, 
Paris. 

46. Christ 



txhibit 

.N o. 

Bergeret, Pierre Denis, Silver Medal, 
1889, Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

47. Fish. 

48. Gout-Toloy a la Sauce. 

Beme-Bellecour, Etienne, Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honor, 1889; Gold 
Medal, 1889, Paris. Paris. 

50. Forward. 
50a. "Indecision." 

Beroud, Louis, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

51. Gallery of the Louvre Museum 

(with winter sun). 

Berthelon, Eugene, Silver Medal, 18S9, 
Paris, Paris. 

52. Tempest at Treport. 
52a. Bad weather in Treport. 

Bertier, Charles, Medal of Honor, 1894, 
Paris. Paris. 

53. The Black Glacier and the Aile- 

froide. (Dauphiny.) 

Bertram, Abel, Paris. 

54. A Hamlet in Brittany. 

55. Women washing Carrots. 

Bertrand, Paulin, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

56. Solitude. 

Besnard, Albert, Prix de Rome, 1874; 
Commander of the Legion of Honor, 
1903. Paris. 

57. The Happy Island. In the Na- 

tional Pavilion. 

59. Ornamental Frieze of the French 

Section of Fine Arts at St 
Louis Exposition. 

Besnard, Robert, Paris. 

60. Portrait of Mile. B. 

Besson, Jules Gustave, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 
62. Laurel Gatherer. 
62a. "Charity." 

Bienvetu, Gustave, Paris. 

64. Rose Bush. 

Billotte, Rene, Gold Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1900, 
Paris; Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

65. Mist at Dordrecht. 

66. Pond of Pereuse. 

67. Snow in the region of Thouat. 



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Exhibit 
No. 

Binet, Victor Barthelemy, Gold Medal, 
1900, Paris; Officer of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900. Paris. 

68. Twilight at Croisset (Seine-In- 

ferieure). 

Bisson, Edouard, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

69. Surprise. 

Biva, Henri, Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1900. Paris. 

70. Evening, Park of St. Cloud. 

71. A Deep Ravine. 

Blanchard, Pascal, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

72. Before the Ball. 

Bloch, Alexandre, Silver Medal, 1889, 
Paris. Paris. 

73. The Flag of Mars-la-Tours. 

Bonnefoy, Henry, Silver Medal, 1889, 
Paris. 

74. Twins. 

Bompard, Maurice, Silver Medal, 1889 
and 1900, Paris; Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1898, Paris. 

75. Red Venice. 

Bonnat, Leon, Medal of Honor, 1869; 
Member of the Institute, 1881; Grand 
Cross of the Legion of Honor, 1900, 
Paris. 

76. Portrait of Madame Bonnat. 

(Mother.) 

Bonnencontre, Courtois de, Bronze 
Medal, 1900, Paris, Paris. 

77. The Three Graces. 

Boquet, Jules, Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

79. Mourning. 

Borchard, Edmond, Bronze Medal, 1900. 
Paris. Paris. 

80. Shooting with a Pointer. 

Bouchard, Paul, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

81. View of the Kremlin in Winter at 

Moscow. 

Bouche, Alexandre, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

82. Calm River. 

Bouchor, Joseph Felix, Bronze Medal, 
1889 and 1900, Paris; Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1900, Paris. 

83. Harvest Time. 



K\hibit 

Boudin, Louis Eugene, Honfleur. 

84. The Outer Harbor, Trouville. 

85. Sea View. 

86. Sea View. 

Bouguereau, William Adolphe, Prix de 
Rome, T850; Bronze Medal, 1867, 
Paris; Member of the Institute, 1876; 
Medal of Honor, 1878, 1885; Grand 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1903, 
Paris. 

87. The Oreads. 

88. Assault. 



Medal, 1889, 



Boulard, Emile, Bronze 
Paris. Paris. 

89. The Road of St. P6. 

90. Landscape. 

Bourgeois, Eugene Victor, Bronze 
Medal, 1889, Paris. Paris. 

91. The Ruins of Cinq-.Mars Castle. 

Bourgogne, Pierre, Bronze Medal. 1889, 
Paris. Paris. 

92. The True Season. 

Bourgonnier, Claude, Silver Medal, 1900. 
Paris. Paris. 

93. Christ. 

Bouvet, Henri, Paris. 

94. Round a Lamp. 

95. A Parisian Night. 

Boyer, Pierre, Paris. 

96. The Coast of Brittany. 
Braquaval, Louis, Paris. 

97. A Snow Effect. 

98. Hollow Way. 

Breaute, Albert, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

99. The Cloud. * 

100. The Choice. 

Bretnond, Henry, Pourieux. 
loi. Miraculous Fishing. 

Brispot, Henri, Silver Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1898, Paris. 

102. An Interrupted Meeting. 

Brouillet, Andre, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1894; Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

103. Portrait of M. L. de Fourcaud. 
Brugairolles, Victor, Paris. 

104. View of Paris, Place de la Con- 

corde. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Brunei, Jean, Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

105. Breton Woman at the Pardon. 

Buland, Eugene, Silver Medal, 1889, 
Paris: Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor; Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

106. Washerwoman. 

Burggraflf, Gaston de. Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

107. Snow. (Avenue Frochot.) 

Busson, Charles, Bronze Medal, 1855; 
Gold Medal, 1878; Officer of the Legion 
of Honor, 1887; Paris. 

108. The Banks of the Adour. (Hautes 

Pyrenees.) 

Busson, Georges, Silver Medal, igoo, 
Paris. Paris. 

109. A Summer Evening Watering 

Place, 
no. Returning from Mont St. Michel. 

Cachoud, Franqois-Charles, Bronze 
Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

111. Moonlight in dull Weather at 

Pierrefitte. (Seine.) 

112. A February Night at Gouvieux 

near Chantilly. 

Cagniart, Emile, Bronze Medal, 1887; 
Silver Medal, 1900, Paris, Paris. 

113. Moonlight over Paris. 

114. Blast Furnaces. (Belgium.) 

115. Snow in Paris. (Place Pigalle.) 

Caille, Leon, Paris. 

116. The First Steps. 

117. Off to School. 

Cain, Georges, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1889; Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

118. Bonaparte in Versailles. 

Callot, Henry Eugene, Paris. 

119. La Rochelle Harbor. 

Carolus-Duran, Emile Auguste, Silver 
Medal, 1878; Honorable Mention, 1879; 
Grand Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

120. Portrait of Mme. Jacques Stern, 

121. Christ's Last Hour. 

122. Thunder Storm, Morning. 

(Savoy.) 

Carpentier, Modesto. 

123. After th« Snow. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Carriere, Mme. Lisbeth Devolve, Paris. 

124. In Front of the Window. 

125. Yellow Roses. 

126. Orchids. 

Carriere, Eugene, Silver Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
1900, Paris. 

127. Head of a Woman. 

128. Head of a Woman. 

129. A Family. 

Castaigne, Andre, Chevalier of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1899, Paris. 

130. At the Inn. Oil grey upon grey. 
Cayron, Jules, Paris. 

131. The Convalescent. 

Cesbron, Achille, Silver Medal, 1889 and 
1900, Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1898, Paris. 

132. The Flowers of Sleep. 

Chabas, Maurice, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

133. The Poet evoking Forms. 

Chabas, Paul, Gold Medal, 1900, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 1902. 
Paris. 

134. Last Rays. 

135. Portrait of M. J. S. Harlan. 

Charpin, Albert, Paris. 

136. Colliers, Banks of the Seine. 

Chartran, Theobald, Silver Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
1900, Paris. 

137. Cardinal dc Richelieu. 

138. Siegfried (Song of the Sword). 

Chauchet, Mile. Charlotte, Paris. 

139. In Berri — returning from the 

Fields. 

Chayllery, Eugene Louis, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

140. "That's the way puppets go." 

Chevalier, Ernest Jean, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

141. The Rising Moon at Noirmou- 

tiers. 

142. Return from Iceland. 
Chevilliard, Vincent, Paris. 

143. Last Toast. 

Chigot, Eugene, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1895, Paris. 

144. Sea View. 

145. A Calm Evening. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Chocarne-Moreau, Paul-Charles, Bronze 
Medal, i88g, Paris. Paris. 

146. The Bait. 

Chudant, Jean Adolphe, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

147. Alger Harbor, Winter Twilight. 

148. Old House on the Cnisance at 

Arbois; Bright Night. 

Clairin, Georges, Silver Medal, i88g, 
Paris; Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
1897, Paris. 

149. Woman with Poppies. 

Claude, Eugene, Paris. 

150. Hunt Morning. 

Claude, Georges, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

151. Procession of Corpus Christi 

Day. 

Colin, Gustave, Silver Medal, 1889, Paris, 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1899, Paris. 

152. The Great Canal at Pasages, 

Spain. 

153. The Historical Procession of 

Fontarabie, Spain. 

Collin, Raphael, Grand Prix, 1889, Paris; 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1899, 
Paris. 

154. Contemplation. 

Comerre, Leon, Bronze Medal, 1900. 
Paris; Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
1903, Paris. 
155- Psyche and Cupid. 

Cormon, Fernand, Bronze Medal, 1878; 
Grand Prix, 1889; Officer of the Legion 
of Honor, 1889; Member of The In- 
stitute, 1898, Paris. 

156. Decorative Cartoons of the Mu 
seum, Paris: 

(a) Primeval man, silex. 

(b) The Smiths— the Potters. 

(c) The Hunters — cut stone. 

(d) The Fishermen — polished 
stone. 

(e) The Husbandmen — migra- 
tions; the Bronze and Iron 
Age. 

Cornillier, Pierre Emile, Paris. 
157- Towards the Light. 

Costeau. Georges, Neuilly-Seine. 
158. Evening. 



Exhibit 

\u 

Cot, Etienne William, Paris. 

159. Bathsheba. 

Cottet, Charles, Gold Medal, 1900, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1900, Paris. 

160. Old Horse. 

161. Pool Country. 

162. Bonfires. 

Coulaud, Martin, Paris. 

163. On the Heath in the Morning. 

Courant, Maurice Frangois Auguste, 
Poissy. 

164. Below the Cliff. 

165. Twilight on the Toucques. 

Courtois, Gustave, Gold Medal, i88g, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1889, Paris. 

166. Adam and Eve in Eden. 

167. Cupid Feasting. 

168. Portrait of Mme. G. 

Cresswell, Albert, Paris. 

169. The Rape of Europa. 

Dagnac-Riviere, Charles Henri Gaston, 
Paris. 

170. The Barber. 

Dagnaux, Albert, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

171. The Donkey. 

Damoye, Pierre Emanuel, Gold Medal, 
1889, Paris; Chevaher of the Legion of 
Honor, 1893, Paris. 

172. On the Heath. 

173. The Meadow. 

174. At Nanterre. 

Darien, Henry Gaston, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

175. The Old Forge. 

Dauchez, Andre, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

176. The Herd. 

177. The Down. 

178. Wrack Fire. 

Dauphin, Eugene, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1895, Paris. 

179. Toulon Harbor. 

David-Nillet. Germain, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

180. Tht- Adoration of the Shepherd*. 

181. The Widower. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Dawant, Albert, Gold Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1900, 
Paris. 

182. Distress. 

183. Death. 

Debat-Ponsan, Edouard Bernard, Bronze 
Medal, 1889 and 1900, Paris; ChevaUer 
of the Legion of Honor, 1881, Paris. 

184. Maize Flowers. 

Delachaux, Leon, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Pans. 

185. Boatwoman praying. 

Delacroix, Henry Eugene, Silver Medal, 
1889; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1854, Paris. 

186. Washing-shed at Ax (Ariege). 

Delacroix-Garnier, Mme. Pauline, Bronze 
Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

187. Temptation. 

Delasalle, Mile. Angele, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

188. Portrait of M. Maurice Faure, 

Senateur de la Drome. 

Delobbe, Frangois Alfred, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

189. The Murmur of the Brook. 

Demont, Adrien Louis, Gold Medal, 1889 
and 1900, Paris; Chevalier of the 
Legion oi Honor, 1894. 

190. Wrecks. 

191. "Eurydice: Eurydice." 

192. Last Love of Autumn. 

Demont-Breton, Mme. Virginia, Gold 
Medal, 1889 and 1900, Pans; Chevalier 
of the Legion of Honor, 1894, Pans. 

193. JMislletoe. 

194. "Even at a desolate hearth a 

tlanie may kindle again." 

d'Estienne, Henry, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Pans. Paris. 

195. The Sick Girl. 

Desvallieres, George Olivier, Silver 
Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

196. i'orirait of Mme. F. des P. 

197. Singing Lesson. 

Detaille, Edouard, Grand Prix, 1889, 
Pans; Member of the institute, 1692, 
Commanaer of the Legion oi Honor, 
1697, Pans. 
xgS. Horse Reconnoitering, 1809. 



l£xhil)it 
.\o. 

Devambez, Andre, Prix de Rome, 1890, 
Paris. 

199. A First Performance at the Pop- 

ular Theatre. 

200. The Charge, Boulevard Mont- 

martre. 

Didier, Jules, Prix de Rome, 1857; Bronze 
Medal, 1889; Paris; Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1903, Paris. 

201. St. Paul's Conversion. 

Dieterle, Mme. Marie (born Van Marke), 
Bronze Medal, 1889, Pans. 

202. Autumn in Vernier Marshes 

(Normandy). 

Dinet, Alphonse Etienne, Silver Medal, 
1889, Pans; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1896; Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

203. Arab reciting the Prayer of Aser. 

204. Last red Rays of the Setting 

Sun and the Rising of the Moon. 

Dubufe, Guillaume, Gold Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
1900, Paris. 

205. The Virgin's House. 

206. Portraits of Miles. B. 

207. Portraits of Miles. D. 

Dufau, Mile. Clementine Helene, Silver 
Medal, 1900, Paris. 

208. The great Voice. 

Duffaud, Jean Baptiste, Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1896, Paris. 

209. Don Juan. 

Dufour, Camille, Bronze Medal, 1889^ 
Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

210. Banks of the Seme at Lavacourt. 

211. The Hill of bas-Meudon. 

Duhem, Henri-Aime, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

212. Monastery Garden. 

213. Landscape in Flanders. 

Dupre, Julien, Silver Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1892, Paris. 

214. The Return of the Herd. 

215. Evening. 

216. Near a Pool. 

Durst, Auguste. Silver Medal, 1889, 
Pans; Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris; 
Chevaher of the Legion of lionor, 1902, 
futcaux. 

217. The Farmer's Daughters. 
3i8. Ducks near the Mill. 



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141 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Duval, Jean Charles, Paris. 
2ig. Beguinage Sun (Bruges.) Pastel. 

Duval, Jean Maurice, Paris. 

220. Adoration of the Shepherds. 

Eliot, Maurice, Bronze Medal, 1889 
and rgoo, Paris. Paris. 

221. Old Age. 

222. Landscape in Ardeche. 

223. Fountain, Morning Sun. 

Enders, Jean Joseph, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

224. Gdssiping. 
Engel, Jose, Paris. 

225. The Gamblers. 

Etchevery, Hubert-Denis, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

226. A Stylish Woman. 

Faivre, Jules Abel, Paris. 

227. Revery. 

228. Daisy. 

Faivre, Leon Maxime, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

230. Wrestling. 

Fath, Rene Maurice, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

231. Ivy Forest. 

Ferrier, Marie Augustin Gabriel, Prix de 
Rome, 1872: Gold Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Medal of Honor, 1903, Paris; Officer 
of the Legion of Honor, 1903, Paris. 

232. Victorious over the Victors. 

233. Harem Flow.er. 

Firmin-Girard, Marie Frangois, Bronze 
Medal, 1889 and 1896, Paris; Chevalier 
of the Legion of Honor, Paris. 

234. Carreau des Halles, Paris. 

Flameng, Frangois, Prix du Salon, 1879; 
Grand Prix, 1889, Paris; Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, 1896, Paris. 

235. Kleber before Mayence. 

Flandrin, Paul Hyppolyte, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

236. Musical Reverie. 
Fleury, Mme. Fanny, Paris. 

237. At Roscoff. 

Foubert, Emile Louis, Bronze Medal, 
1889, Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

238. Portrait of a Man. 



Kxhihit 
No. 

Fougerat, Emanuel, Nantes. 

239. My Household. 

240. The Child. 

Frappa, Jose, Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1898, Paris. 

241. The Signature of the Second 

Concordat, Fontainebleau. 1813 

Gagliardini, Julien Gustave, Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honor, 1893; Gold 
Medal, rgoo, Paris. 

242. A Thrasliing Floor of Provence 

243. The Couze in Auvergne. 

244. The Vintage in Provence. 

Gagneau, Leon, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

245. The Ferryman: Returning from 

Market.' 

Galtier-Boissiere, Mme. Louise, Paris. 

246. The Gallery. 

Garaud, Gustave Cesaire, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. Nice. 

247. The Reapers. 

du Gardier, Raoul, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

248. Sapho. 
Garibaldi, Joseph, Marseille. 

249. Les Lecques (Var). 
Garnot, G. Sainte Fare, Paris, 

250. The Old Streets at Pelicot and 

the Wooden Houses at St. Malo. 

Gautier, Mile, Marie, Paris. 

251. Nasturtium Pot. 

Gelhay, Edouard, Bronze Medal, i88g and 
1900, Paris. 

252. Plans for the Future. 

253. Faithful Souvenir. 

Geoffroy, Jean, Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honor, 1897; Gold Medal, iqoo, 
Paris. 

254. A Servant of the Poor. 

Gervex, Edouard, Officer of the Legion 
of Honor, 1889, Paris. 

^55- Ophelia. 
I 255. The Child's Tub. 

257. Portrait of Mr. James Gordon 

Bennett. Fditor of the "New 
York Herald." 

Gilbert, Victor Gabriel, Gold Medal, 1889, 
Paris, Paris. 

258. Autumn. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Gillot, E. Louis, Paris. 

259. Tlie Tliames at London. 

260. Rue du Four (Paris). 

Girardot, Louis Auguste, Silver Medal, 
1889, Paris; Chevalier of the Legion oj 
Honor, 1903, Paris. 

261. Hotel Savage at Rozoi-en-Brie. 

262. The Beloved. 

Glaize, Pierre Paul ^eon, Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honor, 1877; Gold Medal, 
1889, Paris. Paris. 

263. Mutual Aid. 

264. A Rose. 

Godon, Julien, Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

265. Betvathal (decorative picture). 

Gorguet. Auguste Marie Francois, Gold 
Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

266. Nocturne. 

Gos-^.elin, Albert, Bronze Medal, igoo, 
Paris, Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900, Paris. 

267. Evening in the Valley. 

Granchi-Taylor, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

268. .Among Ma.^ts and Nets. 

Grau. Gustave Adolphe, Paris. 

269. Hunting. 

270. Coke Furnaces. 

Griveau, Lucien, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

271. "F.vening on the plain." 
271a. "The sleeping houses." 

Grosjean, Henry, Paris. 

272. Chazelles (Collines du Jura). 

Grun, Jules Alexandre, Paris. 

273. Copper. 

Guay, Gabriel, Silver Medal, 1889 and 
iQoo, Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1892, Paris. 

274. The Spring. 

Gueldry, Ferdinand, Silver Medal, 1889 
and 1900, Paris. 

275. War in Lace. 

276. On the Thames. 

Guery, Armand, Paris. 

277. Brook at Noirval. (Ardennes.) 

Guignard, Gaston, Chevalier of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1891; Silver Medal, 
1889, Paris. Paris. 



Kxhibil 
,\o. 

278. Sheep on the Downs. 

279. Returning from the Park. 

280. Moonlight. 

Guiguet, Frangois, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

281. Girls and Child. 

Guillaume, Alaux, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

281a. A Parisian Woman. 
281b. Portrait of M. Delpeche. 

Guillaume, R. M., Paris. 

284. Perfume. 

Guillemet, J. B. Antoine, Officer of the 

Legion of Honor, 1896; Silver Medal, 
1889, Paris. Paris. 

285. The ClifT of Equihem. 

286. Old Mills of Moret. 

Guinier, Herri Jules, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

287. Entering the Harbor. 

288. A poor old Woman. 

Guirand de Scevola, Victor Lucien, 
Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

289. Pardon of St. Evet. (Brittany.) 

Guyon, Mme. Maximilienne, Bronze 
Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

290. Girl. 

Hall, Richard, Paris. 

291. Portrait of Mile. Busch. 

Hareux, Ernest Victor, Silver Medal, 
1889 and 1900, Paris. Paris. 

292. Night Scene at St. Pierre d'En- 

tremont. (Savoy.) 

293. Smnmer Night at St. Pierre 

d'Entremont. (Savoy.) 

Havet, Henri, Paris. 

294. "Nocturne." 

Henner, Jean-Jacques, Prix de Rome, 
1858; Member of the Institute, i88g; 
Medal of Honor, 1898; Commander 
of the Legion of Honor, 1898, Grand 
Prix, igoo, Paris. 

295. The Nun. 
Henry-Laurent, Edouard, Paris. 

296. Setting Sun. (Charente.) 

Hermann, Leon, Chevalier of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1897; Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

297. Low Tide. 

298. Tenderness. 

299. Death of the Wolf. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No 

Hirsch, Auguste Alexandre, Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honor, 1889; Bronze 
Medal, 1900, Paris. 

300. Under the Nettle Trees. 
Hochard, Gaston, Paris. 

301. Corpus Christi Day. 

Hodebert, L6on Auguste Cesar, Paris. 

302. Autumn (portrait). 

Humbert, Ferdinand, Officer of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1900; Medal of Honor, 
190c; Member of the Institute, 1902, 
Paris. 

303. Marie-]\Tadeleine. Triptych. 

304. Portrait of M. A. H. 

Jacque, Emile, Annet. 

305. Horses drawing a Harrow. 

Jacquet, Gustave, Chevalier of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1879, Paris. 

306. Recollection of the Eighteentli 

Century. 

Jamin, Paul Joseph, Paris. 

307. A Painter of the Stone Age. 

Jan-Monchablon, Ferdinand, Silver 
Medal, 1889, Paris; Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1895; Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

308. The Valley of Chatillon. 

309. The Country round Jouvelle. 

Japy, Louis, Silver Medal, 1889, Paris. 
Paris. 

310. Water Lilies — Autumn Mist. 

311. Old Bridge on the Durole 

(Loire.) 

Jeannin, Georges, Bronze Medal, 1889 
and 1900, Paris; Chevalier of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1903, Paris. 

312. Flower stands. 

313. Camelias 

Jobert. Paul, Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

3^4- In the Mist — Newfoundland 
Fishers. 

Jourdain, Francis, Paris. 

315- St. Firmin Hollow Way. 

Jourdeuil, Adrien, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

316. Autumn Morning — Valley of 
Gresivaudan. 

Kcenig, Jules Raymond, Paris. 
317- Ball hy Lantern Light 
318. Boat Races at Paimp^-.^ 



Exhibit 
No. 

Koos, Victor, Paris. 

319. Cybele. Ornamental panel. 

Kreyder, Alexis, Silver Medal, i88g, 
Paris; Chevjdier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1894 ; Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris. 

320. Poppies. 

Lagarde, Pierre, Silver Medal, i88g, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1891 ; Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

321. "L'Hallali sur pied." 

322. • The Quarry. 

323. The Village of Vieuxmoulins. 

La Haye, Alexis, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

324. The New Born Baby. 

Laissement, Adolphe Henri, Bronze 
Medal, 1900, Paris. 

325. Portrait of Mme. G. 

Lamy, P. Franc, Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honor, 1893; Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

326. The Road. 

Landelle, Charles, Chevalier of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1855, Paris. 

327. Maternity. 

Lard, Frangois Maurice, Paris. 

328. The Daisy. 

329. Returning from the Masquerade 

Ball. 

Larrue, Guillaume, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

330. A Vocation. 

Latenay, Gaston de. Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

331. The Downs. 

La Touche, Gaston, Silver Medal, i88g, 
Paris; Gold Medal, 1900, Paris; Cheva- 
lier of the Legion of Honor, 1900, 
Paris. 

332. The Fancj'-dress Ball. 

333- The Tritons, Recollection of Ver- 
sailles. 

Laugee, Georges, Bronze Medal, 1889; 
Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

334. A Gust of Wind. 

335. A Shower in the Valley of 

Arques. 

336. In the Meadow at Archelles. 

Laurens, Jean Pierre, Silver Medal, 1900. 
Paris. Paris. 

337. Portrait of my Mother. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Laurens, Paul Albert, Gold Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

338. A Reclining Woman. 

339. Ball Players. 

Lauvernay, Mile. Jeanne, Paris. 

340. Chrysanthemums. 

Lavergne, Georges, Prix de Rome, 1892, 
Paris. 

341. Portrait of Mme. la Comtesse 

de B. 

342. David. 

La Villette, Mme. Elodie, Bronze Medal,' 
1889, Paris. 

343. Wrack — low tide. 

Lebasque, Henri, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

344. Women Bathing. 

Le Camus, Louis, Bronze Medal, 1889 
and 1900, Paris. Paris. 

345. Le Grand Bassin, Pare de St. 

Cloud. 

346. RisinjT of the Moon on the Gar- 

den. 

Leclercq, Louis Antoine, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

347. "La Pensee." 

Leenhardt, Max, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris, Montpellier. 

348. Vintage in Languedoc. 

Lefebvre, Tules Joseph, Prix de Rome, 
1861; Medal of Honor, 1886; Grand 
Prix, 1889, Paris; Member of the In- 
stitute, 1891 ; Commander of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1895, Paris. 

349. Prayer. 

350. Sorrow of Marie-Madeleine. 

351. Vestal asleep. 

Lefebvre, Georges, Berjou. 

352. A Cottage in the Grove. 
Le Foumis, Jean, Angers. 

' 353- The Closed City. (Concarneau.) 

Le Gout-Gerard. Fernand, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

354. On the Pier. 

355. Sunset, Brittany. 

Le Liepvre, Maurice, Paris. 

358. Evening. 

359. Morning in Touraine. 

Lemaire, Mme. Madeleine, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

360. Conversation. 



Kxhibit 
No. 

Le Pan de Ligny, Joseph, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

361. Cardplayers. 

Lepine, Stanislas, Paris. 

362. The Pont de I'Estacade, Paris. 

363. The "Port aux Vins," Paris. 

Le Quesne, Fernand, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

364. Foundation of the town of St. 

Louis by Pierre Laclede in 1764. 

Le Riche, Henri, Paris. 

365. "Far Niente." 

LeroUe, Henry, Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honor, 1899; Gold Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

366. On the Plain. 

367. Morning on the Plain. 

Leroux, Auguste Jules Marie, Prix de 
Rome, 1894; Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

368. Julian Therme in the Cluny 

Museum. 

Leroy, Paul Alexandre Alfred, Prix du 
Salor, 1884; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris,. 

369. In a Boat of the Old Harbor at 

Marseilles. 

Le Senechal de Kerdreoret, Gustave, 
Bronze Medal, 1889, Paris; Silver 
Medal, 1900, Paris; Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1900, Paris. 

370. A Street of Villefranche. 

Le Sidaner, Henri, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris, Gerberoy. 

371. Moonlight. 

Levy, Henri Leopold, Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1872; Gold Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

372. Eve taking the Apple. 

Lhermitte, Leon Auguste, Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, 1894, Paris. 

373. Death and tiic Wood Cutter. 

374. "Harvest Evening." Lent by Dr. 

Woodward. 

375. Washerwomen. Lent by Senator 

Clarke. 

Loir, Luigi, Gold Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1898, Paris. 

376. The Express. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No 

Lomont, Eugene, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris, Lure. 

377. Woman with a Mirror. 
Lottin, Frederic A., Paris. 

378. Sea. 

379. Tulips. 

Lucas, Felix Hippolyte. Silver Medal, 
1889 and 1900, Paris; Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1900, Paris. 

380. Autumn Song. 

Maillart. Diogene Ulysse Napoleon, Prix 
de Rome. 1864; Chevalier of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1885; Bronze Medal, 
1889. Paris. 

381. Cupid as a Shepherd. 

382. Phoemios singing before Pene- 

lope, Ulysses absent. 

383. The Painter of Grecian Urns at 

the Quarries of Sicily. 

Marais, Adolphe, Bronze Medal, 1889, 

Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 

Honor, 1895; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

<?84. A Corner of the Verdier Marshes 

(Eure). 

Marcel-Clement, Paris. 
1900, Paris. 

385. Old Woman near the Fire. 
Marcel-Clement, Paris. 

386. A Retreat by Venetian Lantern 

light. (Popular Rejoicing.) 

387. Man-hunting. 

Marche, Ernest, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

388. November. (Fay Castle.) 

389. A Corner of the Old Castle. 

Martin, Henri Jules Guillaume, Gold 
1889, Paris; Grand Prix, 1900, Paris; 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1903, 
Paris. 

390. Rest. 
Maufra, Maxime, Paris. 

391. Landscape. 
Menard, Emile Rene, Paris. 

392. "Aigues-Mortes." 

393. The Wanderers. 

394. Underwood. 

Mengin, Auguste Charles, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

395- Portrait of M. J. Baudry. 
Mercie, Antonin, Grand Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, 1900; Member of the 
Institute. Paris. 

397. The Black Virgin. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Mesle, Joseph Paul, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

398. The Rising Moon at Ormoy. 

399. Springtime. 

400. Sea View. 

Meunier, Jules Marie Alexis, Paris. 

401. Serenity. 

402. Pines, Roads of Villefranchc. 

403. The Mileman's Family. 

Monet, Claude, Paris. 

404. Landscape. 

405. Landscape. 

406. Landscape. 

Montenard. Frederic, Gold Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1890, Paris. 

407. Tug in the Mediterranean, with 

Mistral Wind. 

408. Procession on Ste. Madeleine's 

Day in Provence. 

409. The HighAvay, Marseilles. 

Morand, Eugene, Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honor, Paris. 

411. The Water Mirror. 

Moreau, Adrien, Silver Medal, 1889 and 
1900, Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1892, Paris. 

412. The Canteen. 

Moreau-Nelaton, Etienne, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

413. Interior. 

Moreau-Neret, Adrien, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

414. Family Portrait. 
Moret, Henry, Paris. 

415. Sea View. 

Morisset, Henri Frangois, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

416. The Elder Sister. 

417. At the Window. 
Moteley, George Jules. 

418. Old Church in Basse-Normandie. 

Motte, Henri Paul, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1892; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

419. In Sakeeh Temple. 
Moulle, Albert, Paris. 

420. Ravenne near Moret. 

421. The Church of rue d'Hotcl-Dieu 

Moret. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Neziere, Joseph de la, Paris. 

422. Out on a Sunday — Le Portel. 

Nozal, Alexandre, Bronze Medal, i88g, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1895; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

423. Weir of the Lake of Gaube. 

424. Moonlight, St. Malo. 

Pannemaker, Stephanc, Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1881; Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

425. A Typo. 

Patricot, Jean, Officer of the Legion of 
Honor, 1904, Paris. 

426. Portrait of Mme. Emile Loubet. 

Pelez, Fernand, Silver Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1891, Paris. 

427. A Destitute Boy. 

Perboyre, Paul Emile Leon, Paris. 

428. Charge of the Fourth Cuirassiers 

at Woerth, sixth of August, 
1870. 

Perrault, Leon, Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honor, 1887; Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

429. Nymph reclining. 

430. Awakening. 

Petitjean, Edmond, Silver Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1892; Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. 
431- The Old Mill of Sables, d'Olonne. 

432. A Village of Lorrame. 

433. The Old Harbor of Marseilles. 

Picard, Louis, Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honor, 1900, Paris. 

434. Portrait. 

Piet, Fernand, Paris. 

435. Washing Shed at Lorient. 

436. "Pottery market." 

Pinchon, Joseph Porphyre, Paris. 

437. Playing Polo. 

Pinta, Henry, Prix de Rome, 1884; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1903, Paris. 

440. Saint Martha. 

Pissaro, Camille. 

441. Landscape. 
Planquette, Felix, Paris, 

44a. Tb« Golden Hour, Nonnaadie. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Pointelin, Auguste Emanuel. Gold Medal, 
1889 and 1900, Paris; Officer of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1903, Paris. 

443. Jura Vale. 

444. Rising Moon. 

445. High Prairies. 

Popelin, Gustave, Prix de Rome, 1882; 
Bronze Medal, 1889, Paris; Bronze 
Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

446. Portrait of Mme. G. P. 

Prinet, Rene Xavier, Gold Medal, 1900, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900, Paris. 

447. Among Friends. 

448. The Picnic. 

449. A Game of Backgammon. 

Prins, Pierre, Paris. 

450. Haystack in the Rising Sun. 

Priou, Louis, Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

451. The Awakening of Diana. Or- 

namental Panel. 

Puvis de Chavannes. 

452. Winter. Cartoon for the decora- 

tion of the Sorbonne, Paris. 

Quignon, Fernand Just, Bronze Medal, 
1889, Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

453. Buckwheat in Bloom. 

Ravanne, Gustave, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris; ChevaHer of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

454. On the Open Sea. 

455. Boats wrecked in the Setting 

Sun. 

Ravaut, Rene Henri, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris. Paris. 

456. "Here they are. Grandma." 

Realier-Dumas, Maurice, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

457. The Island of Love. 

458. Daphnis and Chloe. 

Renard, Emile, Silver Medal, Paris, 1889; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1895, Paris. 

460. The Viaticum. 

461. Portrait of Mme. E. R. 

462. Portrait of M. E. R. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Renoir, Pierre Auguste, Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1900, Paris. 

463. "Landscape." 
463a. "Odalisque." 

Richet, Leon, Paris. 

464. Thunderstorm. 

Richon-Brunet, Richard, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

465. Taking Soup in the Boat. 

466. Twilight in Brittany. 

Richter, Edouard, Paris. 

467. Herodias. 

Ridel, Louis Marie-Joseph, Paris. 

468. In the Offing. 

Rieder, Marcel, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

469. Reading. 

470. Women Embroidering. 

Rigolot, Albert Gabriel, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1901, Paris. 

471. Late April Cloud. 

Rixens, Andre, Gold Medal, 1889 and 
1900, Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, i88g. 

472. The Blind Beggar of St. Aventin. 

473. Roguery. 

474. Revery. 

Robert-Fleury, Tony, Medal of Honor, 
1870: Gold Medal, 1889, Paris; Officer 
of the Legion of Honor, 1884; Presi- 
dent of the Society of French Artists, 
Paris. 

475. Washington, 1783. 

476. L'Tmage. 

477. Revery. 

Rochegrosse, Edouard, Prix du Salon, 
1883; Bronze Medal, 1889, Paris; Cheva- 
lier of the Legion of Honor, 1892; 
Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. 

478. The wonderful Legend of the 

Queen of Sheba and King Sol- 
omon. 
479- Judith. 

480. Portrait of Madame Rochegrosse. 

Roger, Guillaume, Paris. 

481. Sea View, Holland. 

Roll, Alfred Phihppe, Grand Prix, 1900; 
Commander of the Legion of Honor. 
1900, Paris. 

4851. The Grassy Alley. 

483- Old Woman with a Fagot. 

484* In a Garden. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Rondel, Henri, Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honor, 1897; Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

485. The Past. 

Rosset-Granger, Edouard, Silver Medal, 
1889 and 1900, Paris; Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1898, Paris. 

486. A Woman from the back. 

487. Fancy. 

Roth, Mme. Clemence, Bronze Medal, 
1889, Paris. Paris. 

488. Returning from School. 

Rotig, Georges Frederic. 

489. Canadian Elks coming out of the 

Forest to look for their Food in 

the Snow. 

Roussel, Charles, Berck-Plage. 

491. Prayer before the Departure. 

Roybet, Ferdinand, Medal of Honor, 
1893, Paris; Officer of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900, Paris. 

492. Saraband. 

Royer, Henri, Gold Medal, 1900, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 1900. 

493. Portrait. 

Royer, Lionel, Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

494. King Louis Eleventh at Mans. 

SagUo, Edouard, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 
495- Visits. 

496. Before the Mirror. 

Sailly, Mile. Laure Lucie. 

497. Eve. 

498. Harvest of Lilies. 

Sain, Edouard, Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honor, 1877; Silver Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris. 

499. Portrait of Mme. E. S. 

Saint-Germier, Joseph, Bronze Medal, 
1889, Paris; ChevaUer of the Legion of 
Honor, 1896; Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. 

500. Arabian Interior at Biskra. 

501. Arabian Spinner, Biskra. 

Saintpierre, Gaston Casimir, Officer of 
the Legion of Honor, 1903, Paris. 

502. Sweet Halima. 

503. The Housewife. 

504. The Yellow Rose. 



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Oil Paintings. 



ExV)ibit 
No. 

Sainville, Edouard de, Paris. 

505. Turkestan Dance. 

Saubes, Daniel Leon, Silver Medal, igoo, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900. 

506. Maternal Petting. 

Sauzay, Adrien, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris. Paris. 

507. The Banks of the Mouzon. 
Scalbert, Jules, Paris. 

508. Love Disarmed. 

Scherrer, Jacques, Bronze Medal, 1889 
and 1900, Paris; Chevalier of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1901, Paris. 

509. Musset at Rachel's. 

Schommer, Frangois, Prix de Rome, 1878; 
Silver Medal, 1889 and 1900, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1890, Paris. 

510. Child with a Cat. 

Schryver, Louis de, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

511. The Widow. 

Sebilleau, Paul, Bronze Medal, i88g, 
Bordeaux. 

512. The Square Fort at Antibes. 

Seignac, Guillaume, Paris. 

513. At the Fountain. 

Simon, Lucien, Gold Medal, 1900, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1900, Paris. 

514. Strolling Circus. 

515. Pardon Evening, Finisterre. 

516. Portrait of Mme. S. and her chil- 

dren. 

Simonnet, Lucien, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

517. The Charente. 

518. The Coast of Palus. 

Sisley, Alfred. 

519. Landscape. 

520. Landscape. 

521. Landscape. 

Smith, Alfred, Bronze Medal, 1900; Chev- 
alier of the Legion of Honor, 1894, 
Paris. 

522. "Limch in the woods." 

523. "Rio della Verona," Venice. 

Souillet, Georges Frangois, Paris. 

524. Port Goulphar (Belle Isle). 

525. Cliffs of Belle Isle. 



i-.xhibit 
No. 

Stoltz, Lucien Alix, Paris. 

526. Seventh apparition of Jesus on 
the Shores of the Tiberian Sea. 

Suau, Edmond, Paris. 

528. Woman Bathing. 

Surand, Gustave, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

529. Intimacy. 

Tanzi, Leon, Silver Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1901, Paris. 

530. Bouray. 

531. La Voise, Chateau de Maintenon. 

Tattegrain, Francis, Gold Medal, 1889 
and 1900, Paris; Medal of Honor, 1899; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1899. 

532. Assault of St. Qu€ntin, the Ex- 

odus 29th August, 1557. 

533. Old Pilot. 

Taupin, Jules Charles, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

534. Arabian Home. 

Tenre, Henry, Bronze Medal, 1900; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1900, Paris. 

535. The Grand Trianon at Versailles. 

Thierot, J. Henri, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

536. Summer. 

Thirion, Eugene Romain, Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honor, 1872, Paris. 
537- Jesus Asleep. 

538. Cupid and Psyche. 

539. Fisherwoman of Berck carrymg 

the Fish. 

Thiry, Paul, Paris. 

540. The Soup of the Fishermen. 

Thomas, Paul, Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

541. Tea in the Country. 

542. Portrait. 

Thur.ner, Gabriel, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

543. Hellebore Flowers, Snow scene. 

Toudouze, Edouard, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris; Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
1903, Paris. 

544. Walking round the Garden. 

Tournes, Etienne, Bronze Medal, 1887; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1896; Silver Medal, 1900; Paris. 

545. Lunch. 



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Oil Paintings and Water Colors. 



Poor People. 

"Salon Carre" of the Louvre. 



Exhibit 
.\o. 

Tranchant, Pierre J., Paris. 

546. Father Coquet. 

Trigoulet, Eugene, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

547. Market at Berck, Pas de Calais. 
Triquet, Jules, Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris. 

548. Portrait of Mme. G. de C. 

549. Girl. 

Troncy, Emile, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

550. 
551. 

Truchet, Abel, Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris. 

552. Flowery Garden. 

Ulmann, Raoul Andre, Paris. 

553. Smoke on the Seine. 

554. On the Canal, Paris. 

Umbricht, Honore, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

555. Parisian Woman. 

Vauthier, Pierre Louis, Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1895; Silver Medal, 
1900. Paris. 

556. The Japanese Garden at the Uni- 

versal Exposition of 1900, Paris. 

Vayson, Paul, Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1886; Gold Medal, 1889 and 
1900, Paris. 
557' Shepherd and Sheep. 

558. Shepherd Monk in Vaucluse. 

559. The Prodigal Son. 

Vaysse, Marie Leonce, Paris. 

560. October Landscape. 

Verdier, Jules Victor, Paris. 

561. "Latet anguis in herba." 

Villedieu, Mile. Marie, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

562. Woman Reading. 

Vollet, Henry-Emile, Bronze Medal, igoo, 
Paris. 

563. The Mass of the Century. 

Wagrez, Jacques, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

564. Persian Merchants in Venice, 

Fifteenth Century. 

Wallet, Albert Charles, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

565. The Valley of Malesherbes, 

Loiret, France. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Weerts, Jean- Joseph, Silver Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
1897, Paris. 

566. Portrait of my Daughter. 

567. Portrait of M. Ravaison. 

568. Portrait of General Baron Fred- 

erichz. 

Weisz, Adolphes, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

569. The new Captive. 

Wencker, Joseph, Prix de Rome, 1876; 
Gold Medal, 1889, Paris; Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, 1900. 

570. The Fountain. 

571. Lydia. 

Wery, Emile, Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

572. Returning from School at Ploa- 

gastel. 

Zuber, Jean Henri, Chevalier of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1886; Gold Medal, 1889, 
Paris. 

573. On the Skirts. 

. 574. The Conservatory Terrace at 
Versailles. 

Zwiller, Marie Auguste, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

575. A Class of Blind Children. In- 

stitution Ilzach, Alsace. 

576. Muse mourning the Poet. 

577. "They have ears, but they hear 

not." 



Water Colors. 

Baily, Mile. Caroline Alice, Gold Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

578. A Frame of two Miniatures on 

ivory: 

(a) Mimi Pinson. 

(b) Chloe. 

579. A Frame of two Miniatures on 

ivory: 

(a) Revery. 

(b) Fantasy. 

Baralle, Mile. Marie, Paris. 

580. A Frame of two Miniatures: 

(a) Far from Home. 

(b) Portrait of Mme. A. B. 

Bermond, Mile. Marie, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

581. Melancholy. Pastel. 

Bever Van, Mme. Marguerite, Paris. 
581a. "Bigoudene." Miniature. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Water Colors. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Casrniart, Emile, Bronze Medal, i88g, 
Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

582. Rotien. 

Caran d'Ache, Emmanuel Pierre, Paris. 

583. A Speech in Snowy Weather. 

Drawing:. 

584. The P. ride. 

Caroentier. Mile. Marie Paule. Paris. 

585. Lapr1<;capPS. 

Carrier** Belleuse. Pierre. Silver Medal. 
^9«Q Pari"'; C^'^v^lier of the Legion of 
Honor. t88q, Paris. 

586. Cicada. Pastel. 

Castaiene. Andre. Chevalier of the Le- 
g-ion of Honor. i8q9. Paris. 

587. Retnrnine- from Work. Charcoal 

C?■^'^^. Mme. Marie, Gold Medal, 1889. 
Paris. 

i:;88. ATeditation. Drawing. 

Clavel. Emile. Paris. 

589. Hoar Fro<;t. Pastel. 

Cre<;T5el. Mile. Berthe Marie Henriette, 
Paris. 

500. The Perron. 

5QI. The Dining Room. 

Dehiliemont-Chardon, Mme. Gabrielle, 
Paris. 

592. A Frame of five Miniatures: 
("a") T.ittle Girl and Grapes. 
(h) Woman with a Black Hat. 

(c) Girl with a Dove. 

(d) Venetian Woman. 

(e) Dutch Girl. 

593. A Frame of five Miniatures: 
(n) The Bric-a-hrac Fancier. 
(h) Woman with Boa. 

(c) Youth. 

(d) T.ittle Giri with a Doll. 

(e) Profile of a red-haired 

Woman. 

Debon, Edmond. 

594. Pasture on the Cliflf. 

Dethomas. Maxime, Paris. 

595. A Chat. Drawing. 

Dubufe-Wehrle. Mme. J., Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

596. Spanish Dancer. Pastel. 

Faivre, Jules Abel, Paris. 

Aquarelled Humoristic Draw- 
ings: 

597. Pnternity. 
597a. Tlie motor-car. 
597b. The surgeon. 

£Q7C. The fine child. T.ithograph. 



Bronze 



605. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Faux-Froidure, Mme. Eugenie, Paris. 

599. Summer Flowers. 
Filliard, Ernest, Paris. 

600. White Peony. 

601. Eastern Poppy. 

Forain, Jean Louis, Paris. 

602. Hard Up. Drawing. 

603. Distres??. Drawing. 

Gallet-Levade. Mme. Louisa, 
Medal, 1900. Paris. 

604. A Frame of eight Minaturei: 
(a) Six Heads. 

(h) Japanese Woman. 
(c^ Following my Fancy. 
A Frame of seven Miniatures: 
fa) Seven Heads. 

Guillaume. Albert, Bronze Medal, 1900. 
Paris. Paris. 

606. Red moon. 

607. Red moon. 

608. Page of an album. 

609. A still-life painter. 
Hermann. Paul, Paris. 

610. Procession. Pastel. 

611. On the Cliflf. 

612. Young Mother. 

Houbron, Frederic, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

613. Paris seen from Notre Dame. 
Huard, Charles, Paris. 

614. The Good Word. 
Old Lady. Drawing. 
"What a good thing we went 

through the window." Drawing. 
Friendly Understanding. Draw- 
ing. 

Iwill. Marie-Joseph. Silver Medal. 1889, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, igoo; Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

618. Paris at Night. Pastel. 

Jacquet, Gustave, Chevalier of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1879, Paris. 

619. Victorious. 
Lalauze, Alphonse, Paris. 

620. Cuirassiers, 1805. 

Leandre, Charles Lucien, Bronze Medal, 
1889, Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
Paris. 

621. Four Drawings: 

(a) Friends. 

(b) Theaters in the Provinces 

(c) Spring song in the courts. 

(d) M. Duval. Director of the 
Duval "Bouillons," Paris. 



615. 
616. 

617. 



FRANCE. 



IS« 



Water Colors. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Legrand, Louis, Paris. 

622. Old Shepherd. 
622a. Cyclist. 

Lemaire, Mme. Madeleine, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

623. Fishermen. 

Loir, Luigi, Gold Medal, i88g, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1898, Paris. 
623a. A Corner of Paris (Twilight). 

Marlef, Mme. Claude, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris, 

624. Bacchante. Pastel. 

Metivet, Lucien, Paris. 

625. Leda. Drawing. 

626. Judith. Drawing. 

627. Gabrielle d'Estrees. Drawing. 

628. Mme. de Pompadour. Drawing. 

Milcendeau, Charles, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

629. Spanish Woman at Market. 

Drawing. 

Mirande, Henri, Paris. 

630. "Noel Oublie." Drawing. 

631. Painter and Model. Drawing. 

632. The Tub. Drawmg. 

633. Christmas Box. Drawing. 

Motte, Henri Paul, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1892; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

634. "Mane Thecel Phares." 

Pines de Merbitz, Mme. Marguerite, 
Paris. 
634a. A Frame of three miniatures: 

(a) Child Asleep. 

(b) Queen Wilhelmine of Hol- 

land. 

(c) Mother and Daughter. 

Regamey, Frederic, Paris. 

635. Council of War presided over by- 

General Custine in the Camp of 
Wissenbourg, May, 1793. 

636. Siege of Schlestadt, 1814; Attack 

of the i6th February against 
the Fourth Regiment of Ba- 
varian Infantry. 

Retaillian, Mile. Yvonne, Paris. 

637. A Frame of three Miniatures: 

(a) iseuit. 

(b) Roman Profile. 

(c) Two Heads, studies. 



Exhibit 
\o. 

Richard, Mme. Hortense, Bronze Medal, 

1900, Paris. Paris. 

638. A Frame of five Miniatures: 

(a) Last Support. 

(b) Field Flowers. 

(c) Parisian Woman. 

(d) Venetian Woman. 

(e) Innocence. 

Rigolot, Albert Gabriel, Silver Medal, 
1900; Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 

1901, Paris. 

639. Evening at Elkantara. Pastel. 

Rivoire, Frangois, Bronze Medal, 1889 
and 1900, Paris. 

640. Roses and Peonies. 

641. Gillyflowers. 

Rochegrosse, Edouard, Prix du Salon, 
1883; Bronze Medal, 1889, Paris; Cheva- 
lier of the Legion of Honor, 1892; 
Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. 

642. The Hero. Lent by Miss Loie 

Fuller. 

Roubille, Auguste, Paris. 

642a. Don Quixote. 
642b. Conjugal love. 
642c. Shooting prohibited. 

Rousseau, Jean Jacques, Bronze MeaaU 
1889 and 1900, Paris; Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1903, Paris. 

643. Sketch of Cats. Drawing. 
Rotig, George Frederic, Paris. 

643a. Canadian Elks. 

Scott de Plagnolles, Georges, Paris. 

644. Funeral of Queen Victoria. 

645. Thirst (Tunisia). 

Simon, Mme. Jeanne, Paris. 

646. Portrait of Mme. T. Drawing. 

647. Portrait of Mile. D. Drawing. 

Sureda, Andre, Versailles. 

648. St. Jacques' Church, Dieppe. 
648a. London. 

Vignal, Pierre, Paris. 

649. Boats at Martigues. 

650. Place at Rouen. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Engravings and Lithographs. 



GROUP 10. 
ENGRAVINGS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Anrtedouche, Alfred Joseph, Bronze 
Medal, 1889, Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

651. Innocence. After Bouguereau. 

Engraving. 

Bahuet, Alfred. 

652. Portrait of Alphand. After Roll. 

Lithograph. 

653. Portrait of Rembrandt. After 

Rembrandt. Lithograph. 

Barre, Pierre Frederic. 

654. A Difficult Question. After Goth- 

ard Kuehl. Etching. 

Bazin, Mme. Jacob (Marguerite Jeanne). 

655. Portrait of J. P. Laurens. After 

a bust by Rodin. 

656. The Old Monk. After Velasquez. 

657. Bust of Falguieres. After Rodin. 

Bazin, Paul. 

658. Corneille. After medallion by 

Denis Puech. 

de Beaune, Louis Eugene. 

659. Before the Departure. After John 

Lewis Brown. Etching. 

Bejot, Eugene, Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

660. The Port of St. Nicholas. En- 

graving. 

661. Notre Dame. Engraving. 

662. The Seine at Pont Royal. En- 

graving. 

663. The Pont Neuf. Engraving. 

Bellanger, Camille Felix, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

664. The Death of Abel. After the 

painting by the artist. Litho- 
graph. 

665. The Consoling Virgin. After 

Bouguereau. Lithograph. 

Beurdeley, Jacques. 

666. Rue Pierre-au-lard (Paris). Etch- 

ing. 

667. Coals Sacks (St. Ouen). Etching. 

de Billy, Charles Bernard. 

668. Portrait of the Marquise de Vis- 

conti. After Gerard. Etching. 

Bouisset, Firmin, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion d'Honor, 
1903. 

669. Anxiety, x-ithograph. 

670. Credo. Lithograph. 

671. Portrait. Lithograph. 



677. 
678. 

679. 



681. 
682. 



Exhibit 
I No. 

Bourges, Mile. Leonide. 

672. Shores of the Oise. After Dau- 
I bigny. Etching. 

■ Boutet de Monvel, Bernard. 

673. A Sporting Meeting. Colored 

Etching. 

674. The Market. Colored Etching. 

675. Coming out of the Bar. Colored 
i Etching. 

Bracquemond, Felix, Medal of Honor, 
1884; Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
1889; Grand Prix, 1900, Paris. 

676. Edmond de Goncourt. Proof on 
Parchment. Etching. 

Labor. After Millet. Etching. 

The lost Game. After Meisson- 
nier. Etching. 

David. After G. Moreau. Etch- 
ing. 

Broquelet, Alfred Jean Marie, Silver 
Medal, 1900, Paris. 

680. The Lord's Supper. After Tie- 
polo. Lithograph. 
The Smoker. After Teniers. 

Lithograph. 
Portrait of a Man. After Van 
der Heist. Lithograph. 

Brunet-Desbaines, Louis Alfred, Gold 
Medal, 1889, Paris; Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1894; Gold Medal, 
igoo, Paris; Medal of Honor, 1903, 
Paris. 

683. The Weald of Surrey. After 
Leader. Etching. 
The High old Tower at Rouen. 

Original Etching. 
Cantorbury. Original Etching. 
The Goats' Pond. After Jules 
Dupre. Etching. 

Burney, Frangois Eugene, Gold Medal, 
1889 and 1900, Paris. 
687. Monseigneur Segur. After F. 
Gaillard. Engraving. 
Mile. Brandes. After Chartran. 

Engraving. 
The Holy Virgin and the Infant 
Jesus. After a bas-relief of the 
Louvre. Engraving. 
The Learned Men. After Roy- 
bet. Engraving. 

Cazin, Michel, Silver Medal, 1900, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 1900. 

691. A Burgomaster. After Rem- 
brandt. Engraving. 

692. Man's Portrait. After A. More. 
Engraving. 



684. 

685. 
686. 



688. 



689. 



690. 



FRANCE. 



153 



Engravings and Lithographs. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Chauvel, Theophile, Medal of Honor, 
1881; Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
1896; Grand Prix, 1900, Paris. 

693. Welsh River. After B. W. Leader. 

Etching. 

694. A Wet Road-side. After B. W. 

Leader. Etching. 

695. Cambria's Coast. After B. W. 

Leader. Etching. 

Cheffer, Henry Lucien. 

696. The Housekeeper. After Joseph 

Bal. Engraving. 

Chiquet, Eugene Marie Louis, Bronze 
Medal, 1900, Paris. 

697. The Shore. After Meissonnier. 

Engraving. 

698. The Butterfly. Engraving. 

699. The Woman with a Guitar. En- 

graving. 

Clairet, Felix. 

700. The Ceremony of the Kiss. After 

Makovsky. Lithograph. 

Claude, Georges, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

701. Portrait of the engraver Habry. 

After Van Dyck. Lithograph. 

Coppier, Andre Charles, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

702. The Adoration of the Wise Men. 

After Diirer. Engraving. 

703. The Ambassadors. After Hol- 

bein. Engraving. 

704. Lord's Meal. After Holbein. 

Engraving. 

705. The Legend of St. Ursule. After 

Carpaccio. Engraving. 

Craux, Adolphe. 

706. Monument to Gounod. After An- 

tonin Mercie. Engraving. 

707. The Fountain of Remembrance 

at Bcllevue. After Theunissen. 
Engraving. 

Crosbie, Emile Ferdinand, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

708. Hermes. After Praxiteles. Wood 

Engraving. 

709- Mater Dolorosa. After Tavein- 
stein. Wood Engraving. 

710. Portrait of an Apostle. After 
Rembrandt. Wood Engraving. ' 

711- Portrait of Rembrandt, by him- 
self. Wood Engraving. 



Exhibit 

Dauchez, Andre. > 

712. The Up-hill Road. Original Etch- 

ing. 

713. The Plain. Original Etching. 

714. The Road on the Downs. Orig- 

inal Etching. 

Decisy, Eugene, Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

715. The Benedicite. After Chardin. 

Etching. 

716. Illustrations for the "Life in 

Bohemia." After Leandre. Col- 
ored Engraving. 
717- Illustration of the "Poison of the 
Precious Stones." After Roche- 
grosse. Colored Engraving. 

Deturck, Julien Jules Alphonse, Silver 
Medal, 1900, Paris. 

718. A Woman Reading. After Jules 

Lefebvre. Engraving. 

719. The Young Brother. After Bou- 

guereau. Engraving. 

720. The Dream of Eros. After 

Machard. Engraving. 

Dezarrois, Antoine Frangois, Prix de 
Rome, 1892; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

721. Portrait of Innocent X. After 

\'^elasquez. Etching. 

722. Breton Woman at Pardon. After 

Dagnan Bouveret. Etching. 

Eliot, Maurice, Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

723. A Supper. Lithograph. 

724. The Woman and the Pitcher. 

Colored Lithograph. 

725. The Woman with a Fan. Col- 

ored Lithograph. 

Faivre, Abel, Paris. 

726. The Sylph. Colored Lithograph. 

Faivre, Leon Maxime, Bronze Medal, 
1889, Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 
726a. The Fine Child. Lithograph. 

Fantin-Latour, Henri, Officer of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1900, Paris. 

727. The Embroiderers. Lithograph. 

728. Evocation of Kundry. Litho- 

graph. 

729. Women bathing. Lithograph. 

730. Andromeda. Lithograph. 

Flameng, Leopold, Medal of Honor, 
1886; Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
1894; Grand Prix, 1900; Member of the 
Institute. 

731. The Holy Virgin of Van Eyck. 

Engraving. 



154 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Engravings and Lithographs. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Foci'llon, Victor Louis, Gold Medal, igoo, 
Paris. 

732. The First Communion. After J. 

Breton. Etching. 

733. The Guard. After F. Flameng. 

Etcning. 

734. At the Barber's. After Dendy 

Sadler. Etching. 

735. The Orderly. After Meissonnier. 

Etching. 

Fonce, Camille, Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

736. Evening. Etching. 

737. In the Birch Wood of Arran. 

Etching. 

738. A Silent Restfulness of Eve. 

Etching. 

Forain, Jean Lewis. 

739. At the Tribunal. Lithograph. 

740. Study (Woman). Lithograph. 

Fuchs, Gustave Louis Joseph, Bronze 
Medal, 1900, Paris. 

741. Eclogue. After Henner. En- 

gravmg. 

Gautier, Mme. Marie. 

742. Series of Etchings in color. 

Gautier, Lucien Marcellin, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

743. Church St. Germain des Pres- 

Etching. 

Goursat, Georges (Called Sem.). 

745. M. Chauchard. Lithograph. 

746. Mme. Rejane. Lithograph. 

747. The Side-scenes at the Opera. 

Lithograph. 

748. The Rothschild at Trouville. 

Lithograph. 

Helleu, Paul, Paris. 

749. A Parisian Woman. Etching. 

Hildebrandt, Germain. 

749a. A House at Bou Saada. 

Hodebert, Leon Auguste Cesar, Bronze 
Medal, 1900, Paris. 

751. Portrait of Crusset Richardot 

and his Son. After Van Dyck. 
Lithograph. 

752. "Biblis." Original Engraving. 

Frame containing two Litho- 
graphs. 

753. Mother and Son. 

(a) Solitude. Woman, Nude. 
(Two in a frame.) 



Kxhibit 
\o 

Houdard, Charles Louis, 

754. The Dying Day. Etching in 

color. 

755. The Nonette River at Mont- 

glaron. Etching in color. 

756. The Pond. Etching in color. 

Jacquet, Achille, Prix de Rome, Medal 
of Honor, 1880; Officer of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1900; Grand Prix, 1900, 
Paris; Member of the Institute. 

757. The Passion. Tryptich after 

Andrea Montegna. Engraving. 

Jacquet. Jules, Gold Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1895; 
Gold Medal. 1900, Paris. 

758. Friedland, 1806. After Meis- 

sonnier. Engraving. 

759. Charge of Cuirassiers, 1807. 

After Meissonnier. Engraving. 

Jourdain, Francis. 

760. Landscape. 

761. Landscape. 

762. Landscape. 

Journot, Louis Isidore. 

763. Rouget de I'lsle singing the 

Marseillaise. After Pils. Etch- 
ing. 

Joyan, Amedee. 

764. The Sea. Wood Engraving. 

765. The CliflFs, Moonlight. Wood 

Engraving. 

766. The Return of the Sardine 

Fishers. Wood Engraving. 

Eugene, Silver Medal, 



Etching in color. 
Etching in color. 
Etching in color. 



Juillerat, 
Paris. 



767. 
768. 
769. 



1900, 



Origi- 



The Recumbent Tigress, 
nal Lithograph. 

The Flight to Egypt. Original 
Lithograph. 

The Fighting Elephant. Origi- 
nal Lithograph. 

Labat, Marius Bernard. 

770. Portrait of the Engraver. Orig- 

inal Engraving on Wood. 

Laguillermie. Frederic Auguste, Prix de 
Rome, 1886; Silver Medal, 1889; Medal 
of Honor, 1890; Grand Prix, 1900; Offi- 
cer of the Legion of Honor, 1903. 
Paris. 

771. Portrait of Mme. Vigee Lebrun 

(by herself). Etching. 
773. Portrait of Mrs. Roosevelt (by 
Chartran). Etching. 



FRANCE. 



155 



Engravings and Lithographs. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Lalauze, Adolphe, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1895; Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. 

773. The Game won. After Meis- 

sonnier. Etching^. 

774. Pastoral. After Pater. Etching. 

775. Madame de Pompadour. After 

Latour. Etching. 

776. The Sentry. After Bargue. 

Etching. 

Langeval, Jules Laurent Louis, Gold 
Medal, 1900, Paris. 

777. The Pasture Land. After Julien 

Dupre. Wood Engraving. 

778. The Canon Van der Paellen. 

After Van Dyck. Wood En- 
graving. 

779. The Man with a Broken Nose. 

After Rodin. Wood Engrav- 
ing. 

de Latenay, Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris. 

780. Four Etchings in a frame. 

Lecocq, Mile. Henriette. 

781. Sea View. After Cottet. Etch- 

ing. 

Le Couteux, Lionel, Gold Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1891 ; Medal of Honor, 1889; 
Grand Prix, igoo, Paris. 

782. Saint-Georges of Anvers. After 

Rubens. Etching. 

783. Leaving for Cythere. After 

Watteau. Etching. 

784. The Markets. After Lhermitte. 

Etching. 

785. Daphnis and Chloe. After Col- 

lin. Etching. 

Lefort, Henri, Bronze Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1890; Medal of Honor, 1896, Paris. 

786. Portrait of M. Loubet. Etching. 

787. Portrait of Washington. Etching. 

788. Portrait of Benjamin Franklin. 

Etching. 

789. The Miracle of St. Pare. After 

The Tintoret. Etching. 

Legrand, Louis, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

790. Fine Evening. Etching. 

791- The Carpenter's Son. Etching. 
793. The Christ. Etching. 
793. Motherly Joy, Etching. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Leon, Edouard. 

794. Portrait of His Majesty Edward 

VII. After Bastien Lepage. 
Etching. 

Lepere, Augusta, Gold Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900, Paris. 

795. The Wave. Wood Engraving in 

color. 

796. The Procession. Wood Engrav- 

ing in color. 

Leray, Auguste Eugene. 

797. The Carpenter's Home. After 

Rembrandt. Wood Engraving. 

798. Calm. After Lenoir. Wood En- 

graving. 

Lesueur, Frangois Xavier. 

799. Four engravings for "St. Louis' 

Secret." After Adrien Moreau. 
Etchings. 

Letoula, Jules. 

800. Holbein's Family. Lithograph. 

801. Venus and Cupid. Lithograph. 

Levy, Alphonse. 

802. The Anniversary. Original Litho- 

graph. 

803. The Psalmist. Original Litho- 

graph. 

Lieure, Jules Pierre Emile. 

804. Exposition Evening. Engrav- 

ing. 

Louveau-Rouveyre, Mme, Marie, Bronze 
Medal, 1889, Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

805. The Holy Virgin and the Child. 

After Rogier Van der Weyden. 
Engraving. 

806. Andre Vesale. After Calcar, 

Etching. 

Louveau-Rouveyre, Marcel. 

807. Portrait of Charles d'Ambroise. 

After Andrea Solario. Etching 
and Engraving. 

Lunois, Alexandre, Silver Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1896. 

808. Linen Drapers. Colored Litho- 

graph. 

809. Washing Day in the Gourbi. 

Colored Lithograph. 

810. Night Festival on the shores of 

the Gaudalquiver. Colored 
Lithograph. 

811. Before the Dance. Colored 

Lithograph. 



IS6 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Engravings and Lithographs. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Maurou, Paul, Medal of Honor, 1892, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1892. 

812. Portrait of M. Loubet. After 

Bonnat. Lithograph. 

813. Portrait of Mme. Loubet. After 

Patricot. Lithograph. 

814. The Crowning of Charlemagne. 

After H. Levy. Lithograph. 

815. Thomas d'Aquin. After J. P. 

Laurens. Lithograph. 

Mayeur, Arthur Jules, Prix de Rome, 
1896. 

816. The Invalid. After Sebastien du 

Pimbo. Engraving. 

817. Blind Man's Buff. After Pater. 

Etching. 

Mignon, Abel Justin, Gold Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

818. The Recruits. After Dagnan 

Bouveret. 

819. "1814." After Meissonnier. En- 

graving. 

820. The Blacksmith. Engraving. 

821. The Shelter. Original Engrav- 

ing. 

Mordant, Daniel, Gold Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

822. Justice of Trajan. After Dela- 

croix. Engraving. 

823. Apotheosis of Sciences. After 

Bernard. Engraving. 

824. Sleep. After Carriere. Engrav- 

ing. 

825. In the Land of the Lea. After 

Cottet. Engraving. 

Neumont, Maurice. 

826. Pouting. Lithograph. 

827. Twilight. Lithograph. 

828. Evening. Lithograph. 

Olivier, Mme. Therese, Paris. 

829. Grandfather's Boat. After Guil- 

lou. Etching. 

Henry, Silver Medal, 



1900, 



Paillard, 
Paris. 

830. Frame of original Wood En- 

graving for "Bruges la Morte." 

831. Frame of original Wood En- 

gravings for Paris, staff. 

Pannemaker, Stephane, Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1881; Grand Prix, 
1900, Paris. 

832. Young Girl. After Gainsborough. 

Wood Engraving. 

833. Pope Innocent the Tenth. After 

Velaaquez. Wood Engraving. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Patricot, Jean, Prix de Rome, 1886; Hon- 
orable Mention, i898;Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1899; Grand Prix, 
1900, Paris. 

834. The Wise Men of the East Pro- 

cession. After Gozzoli. En- 
graving. 

Payrau, Jules Simon, Silver Medal, 1900. 

835. Frame of Engravings, "The King 
of Rome." After Vibert. 

836. Frame of Engravings, "Por- 

traits." After Cornelius de 
Voos. 

837. Frame of Engravings. After 

Coello Max Klinger and Ger- 
main Pilon. 

Poseler, Paul Louis, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

838. Old Woman Asleep. Original 

Etching. 

839. The Blind Woman Knitting. 

Original Etching. 

840. The Nailmakers. Original Etch- 

ing. 

Profit, Georges. 

841. Inspiration. After Raphael Col- 

lin. Engraving. 

842. Group of Lions. After G. Sardet. 

Engraving. 

843. The Sleep of Joan of Arc. After 

J. W. Joy. Engraving. 

Prunaire, Alfred, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

844. The Winder. After F. Bouvin. 

Wood Engraving. 

845. The Refectory. After F. Bouvin. 

Wood Engraving. 

846. Albert Lecroix. After Goenuette. 

Wood Engraving. 

847. The Staircase in the Law Court. 

After Daumier. Wood En- 
graving. 

Prunaire, Mme. Fanny. 

848. Animals. After St. Marcel. En- 

graving. 

Rabouille, Charles Andre Francois. 

849. Obsession. After Jose Frappa. 

Etching. 

Rapine, Maximilien. 

850. Tlie Battle. After Salvato Rosa. 

Etching. 

Redon, Georges. 

851. Profile of a Woman. Lithograph. 



FRANCE. 



IS7 



Engravings and Lithographs. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Renouard, Paul, Gold Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1894. 

852. Sketch. After M. P. DechaneL 

Engraving. Two Frames. 

Riviere, Henri, Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. 

853. Sunset. Original Lithograph in 

color. 

854. Woods in Winter. Original 

Lithograph in color. 

855. Fortifications. Original Litho- 

graph in color. 

856. Irradiation. Original Lithograph 

in color. 

Robbe, Manuel. 

857. A Market at Montmartre. Col- 

ored Etching. 

858. A Sentimental Romance. Col- 

ored Etching. 

Roux-Champion, V. J. 

859. After the Market. Colored 

Etching. 
85o. The Pardon. Colored Etching. 

Rouxel, Philibert. 
861. Soap Bubbles. After Chaplin, 
Wood Engraving. 

Ruffe, Leon Henri, Gold Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

852. Christ on the Cross. After Car- 
riere. 

863. The Woman Singing. After 

Flameng. Wood Engraving. 

864. Breton Pardon. Original Etch- 

ing. 

Severin, Mme. Jeanne. 

865. The Banker and his wife. After 

Quentin Metzys. Etching. 

866. Portrait of Lady Siddons. After 

Lawrence. Etching. 

Toussaint, Henri, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

867. View of the city taken from the 

Bridge of Arts. After Zuber. 
Etching. 

Trilleau, Gaston Paul. 

868. The River Porters. Etching. 

869. Interior of a Studio. Original 

Lithograph. 
Truchet, Abel. 

869a. "The Dancers." Lithograph. 

Trupheme, Theodore Augusta. 

870. Inclosure of the Choir of Char- 

tres Cathedral. Lithograph. 

871. Portal of the Cathedral of Char- 

tres. Lithograph. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Veber, Jean, Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

872. Fortune dancing. Lithograph. 

873. The Law protecting the Fortune. 

Lithograph. 

874. Woman Struggling. Lithograph. 

Vernaut, Mile. Marguerite, Bronze 
Medal, 1900, Paris. 

875. The King Drinks. After Jor- 

deans. Lithograph. 

876. Madame Caron. After Bonnat. 

Lithograph. 

877. The Chemist. After Metsu. 

Lithograph. 

Villemsens, Jean Frangois Adrien. 

878. Marriage of Charles VII. with 

Anna of Brittany. Wood En- 
graving. 

Vintraut, G. Frederic, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

879. Portrait of M. Frangais. After 

Bonnat. Wood Engraving. 

880. Portrait of Abraham Van der 

Dort. After Dobson. Wood 
Engraving. 

881. The Game of Loto. After Chap- 

lin. Wood Engraving. 

882. Portrait of M. Alex and of Miss 

Elsa Grand. After Frederic 
Humbert. Wood Engraving. 

Voruz, Mile. E., Paris. 

883. Thistles, Dead Leaves and 

Tulips. Colored Etching. 

Vyboud, Jean Auguste. 

884. The Virgin of the Magnificat. 

After Botticelli. Engraving. 

885. Portrait of Southwall. After 

Holbein. Engraving. 

886. Prayer. Original Engraving. 

887. The Mabuse. Portrait after 

Corondelet Engraving. 

Waltner, Charles Albert, Prix de Rome, 
1868; Medal of Honor, 1882; Officer 
of the Legion of Honor, 1899; Grand 
Prix, 1900, Paris. 

888. Sarah Bernhardt. After Bastien 

Lepage. Engraving. 

889. Figure of Louis Thirteenth Age. 

After Roybet. Engraving. 

890. The Astronomer. Engraving. 

891. Woman Reading. Original En- 

graving. 

Willette, Adolphe Lion. 

892. The Red Vigil. Lithograph. 

893. The Art of Laughing. Litho- 

graph. . 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Sculpture. 



GROUP 11. 
SCULPTURE. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Allouard, Henri Emile, Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1880; Silver Medal, 
1889; Gold Medal, 1900. 

894. Pater Noster. Marble Statu«. 

Aube, Jean Paul. 

895. Woman of Normandy. Wooden 

Bust. 

Baffler, Jean, Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1898. 

896. Chappie Bernard. Plaster Bust. 

897. Master Frebault. Plaster Bust. 

Barreau, Georges, Chevalier of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1898; Gold Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

898. Bust of Baron Lareinty, Senator. 

Barrias, Ernest, Medal of Honor, 1878; 
Commander of the Legion of Honor, 
1900; Member of the Institute, 1884, 
Paris. 

899. Mozart Rohen as a Child. Bronze. 

900. Young Girl of Bou-Saada strew- 

ing Flowers. Bronze. 

Barthe, Xavier. 

901. The Sprightly Girl. Marble Bust. 

Bartholdi, Frederic Auguste, Medal of 
Honor, 1895; Commander of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1887, Paris. 

902. The great Upholders of the 

World. Bronze Group. 

-903. Bust of Lafayette. Marble and 

Onyx. Golden Bronze. 

Bartholome, Albert, Officer of the Legion 
of Honor, 1900; Grand Prix, 1900, 
Paris. 

904. Takina; a Batli. 
904a. The Dead Child. 

Bastet, Victorieh-Antoine, Silver Medal, 
1889, Paris. Paris. 

905. Magdalen. Plaster Statue. 

Beguine, Michel, Silver Medal, 1889 and 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

906. First Attire. Plaster Statue. 

Benet, Eugene Paul, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

908. Dei^ance. Marbl« UusA. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Bernhardt, Mme. Sarah, Paris. 

909. Bust of a Child. Sandstone by 

Lachenal. 

Berthoud, Paul Frangois, Paris. 

910. The Bourledcnne. Plaster Bugt. 

Birot, Pierre Albert, Paris. 

911. The Poor Man. Stone Statue. 

Blanchard, Jules, Gold Medal, i88g, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1881, Paris. 

912. Phryne. Marble Statue. 

913. In Morocco. Bronze. 

Bloch, Armand Lucien, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

914. Woodcutter. Oaken Statue. 

915. Christ after Flagellation. Ma- 

hogany Statue. 

916. A Child's Figure. Lime Tree 

Wood Statue. 

Blondat, Max. 

917. The Maid of Orleans. 

918. The Pearl. Golden Bronze. I 

Boisseau, Emile Andre, Silver Medal, ' 
1889, Paris; Medal of Honor, 1899; 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1900, 
Paris. 

919. The Defence of the Native Land. 

Bronze Statue. 

Bonheur, Isidore Jules. 

920. Juggling Jockey. Bronze. 

921. Ladies Plajnng Polo. Bronze. 

922. Bison Hunter. Bronze. 

923. Fighting Bull. Bronze. 

924. Woman in the Cow-house. 

Bronze. 

Bonheur, Rosa. 

925. Bull walking. Bronze. 

926. Ox lying. Bronze. 

927. Ewe grazing. Bronze. 

928. Ram lying. Bronze. 

929. Bull lowing. Bronze. 

Boucher, Alfred, Gold Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Medal of Honor, 1891; Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, 1894; Grand Prix, 
Paris. 

930. Tenderness. Marble Group. 

931. In the Field. Marble. 

932. History. Marble. Alto-relievo. 

933. Diana Surprised. Bronze. 



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Exhibit 
No. 

Bourdelle, Emile, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

934. Aphrodite. Marble. 

935. Beethoven. Bronze. 

936. The Clouds. After the single 

wax model, by A. A. Hebrard, 
Founder. 

Boverie, Eugene Jean, Silver Medal, 1900. 

937. Baudin. Plaster Statue. 

938. Forsaken. Plaster Statue. 

939. Rapture. Marble. 

Brach, Madame. 

940. The Madness of Marguerite 

(Faust). Marble. 

Carabin, Frangois-Rupert, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1903. 

941. Group of Four Briton Dancers. 

Bronze. 

942. Group of Two Briton Dancers. 

Bronze. 

943. Spanish Gitana Dance. Alto- 

relievo and Bronze. 

Carles, Antonin Jean, Grand Prix, 1889 
and 1900, Paris; Officer of the Legion 
of Honor, 1900. 

944. Grateful Humanity. Fragment 

of the monument to Pasteur- 
Dole. Plaster. 

945- Pasteur. Plaster Statue. 

946. Bust of my Friend. The painter 
Berton. 

947- Ruger. Plaster Bust. 
Carli, Auguste Henri. 

948. Christ and Saint Veronique. 

Plaster Group. 
949- Chloe. Plaster Statue. 

earlier, Emile Joseph, Gold Medal, 1889 
and 1900, Paris; Chevalier of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1886. 

950. The Breeze. Marble Statuette. 

951- The Destroyer. Marble. ! 

952. Joy. Marble. 

953- The Mirror. Plaster Group. 

Carlus, Jean, Bronze Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

954- Bust of a Child. Marble. 

Cazin, Madame Marie, Bronze Medal, 
1889, Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

955- Sailor's Wife. Plaster bas-relief. 

956. Girls. Earthen work. 

957. David. Earthen work. . 

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Exhibit 
I No. 

Champeil, Jean Baptiste Antoine, Prix de 
1 Rome, 1896; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 
I 958. The Springtide of Life. Plaster 
Group. 

Charpentier Alexandre, Grand Prix, 1900, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900, Paris. 

959. The Flight of Time. Bronze 

Group. 

960. Maternity. Bronze bas-relief. 

Charpentier, Felix Marie, Silver Medal, 
1889; Medal of Honor, 1893; Grand 
Prix, 1900, Paris; Officer of the Legion 
of Honor, 1900, Paris. 

961. Victory. Bronze. 

962. Glimmering. Marble bas-relief. 

Chauvet, Florentin, Paris. 

963. Bacchic Enthusiasm. Plaster 

Statue, 

Chretien, Eugene Ernest, Bronze Medal, 
1889, Paris. 

964. Woodcutter of the Stone Age. 

Plaster. 

Cordier, Henri, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris; Chev- 
alier of the Legion of Honor, 1903, 
Paris. 

965. Melancholy. Alpine Rose Quartz. 

966. A Team of Oxen. Cire perdue. 

967. A Team of Oxen dragging a 

Roller. Cire perdue. 

968. Don Quixote. Cire perdue. 

969. Horse on a Sphere. Cire perdue, 

antique red sheath. 

Coulon, Jean, Bronze Medal, 1889, Paris. 

970. Love Dream. Marble. 

Coutan, Jules, Gold Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, i88g; 
Grand Prix, 1900, Paris; Member of 
Institute, 1900. 

970a. "Woman carrying bread." Plas- 
ter statue. 

Dalou, Eugene. Died in Paris. Com- 
mander of the Legion of Honor. 

97i> Bacchic scene. Alto-relievo. 

972. Bust of the Horse Dealer. 

973. Bust of a Peasant. 

974. The Kiss. 

975- Woman Bathing. 

976. Sketch for the monument, "Pro- 
tection to children." Circs per- 
dues by A, A. Hebrard, founder. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Sculpture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Dampt, Jean, Gold Medal, 1889; Officer 
of the Legion of Honor, 1900, Paris, 

977. Head of a Child. Plaster. 

978. Head of a Child. Pink Marble. 

Debienne, Madam Noemie. 

979. Ariadne. Marble. 

Demagnez, Mile. Marie Antoinette, 
Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris. 

980. Poetry. Stone Statue. 

Derre, Emile, Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. 

981. Figure of an old Woman. Bronze. 

982. The Soul of Stones. Muller Grit 

Sandstone. 

983. Remembrance. Marble. 

Desbois, Jules, Gold Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1889, Paris. 

984. The Woman with a Bow. Bronze 

by A. A. Hebrard, founder. 

Dubois, Ernest, Medal of Honor, 1899; 
Gold Medal, 1900, Paris; Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honor, 1900, Paris. 

985. Pardon. Plaster Group. 

Durand, Ludovic. 

986. The Jobber. Plaster Statue. 

Escoula, Jean, Gold Medal, 1889 and 1900, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900. 

987. Woe. Bronze Bust. 

Faivre, Ferdinand, Bronze Medal, Paris. 

988. The Offering. Marble Statue. 

989. Gratitude: Fragment of Monu- 

ment Plaster Statue. 

Falg^ere, Alexandre. Died in Paris. 
Grand Officer of the Legion of Honor; 
Member of the Institute. 

990. Bust of Cardinal de Bonnechose. 

Bronze. Cire perdue. 

991. Republic. Cire perdue. 

992. Circe: Alto-relievo. Cire per- 

due. 

993. Sketch of the monument to Abbe 

d'Alzon. Cire perdue. 

994. Resistance. Cire perdue. By A. 

A. Hebrard, Founder. 

Ferrand, Justin. 

995. Army. Plaster Statue. 

Ferrary, Maurice, Prix de Rome, 1882; 
Silver Medal, 1889, Paris; Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honor, 1891; Gold 
Medal, 1900, Paris. 

996. Venus and Cupid. Marble. 



-, Silver Medal, 1900, 



Exhibit 

No. 

Fix-Mass©au, - 
Paris. 

997. Lunghino. Bronze. 

998. Loulette. Marble Bust. 

999. Woman with Ribbons. Plaster. 

1000. Beethoven. Plaster. 
looi. Two Sisters. Terra cotta. 

Fouques, Henry Amede. 

1002. Fidelity. Bronze. 

Fremiet, Emmanuel, Medal of Honor, 
1887; Member of the Institute, 1892; 
Grand Prix, 1900, Paris; Grrand Officer 
of the Legion of Honor, 1900, Paris. 

1003. Saint Georges. Bronze. 

1004. Gorilla of Gabon. Bronze. 

1005. Race Horses. Bronze. 

1006. Horseman Fourteenth Century. 

Bronze. 

1007. Lantern Holder. Bronze. 
1007a. Roman Horses. 

Frere, Jean, Bronze Medal, 1889 and 
1900, Paris. 

1008. Cupid Angry. Bronze. 

1009. Oriental Singer. Bronze. 

Froment-Meurice, Jacques. 

loio. Old Man. Bronze Bust. 
Gagneur de Patomay, Ange Marie 

Maurice. 

loii. La Muette. Bronze relief cire 
perdue. 

Gardet, Georges, Gold Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Medal of Honor, 1898; Grand 
Prix, 1900; Officer of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900, Paris. 

1012. Lion Lying. Marble. 

1013. A Family of Lions. Bronze. 

1014. Lion Sitting. Marble. 

Girardet, Mile. Berthe. 

1015. Leaving for Iceland. Plaster. 

1016. Pater Noster. Plaster. 

Gossin, Louis, Bronze Medal, 1889 and 
1900, Paris. 

1017. Knuckle Bones Player. Bronze. 

Granet, Pierre, Gold Medal, 1889 and 
1900; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900, Paris. 

1018. Painting. Marble. 

1019. Head. Bronze. 

Greber, Henri Leon, Gold Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

1020. Springtide. Marble. 

1021. The Evening Prayer. Marble. 

Guillaume, Emile, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

1022. The Four Seasons. Silver 

Statuettes for Epergne. 



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Sculpture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Guilloux, Eugene, Gold Medal, 1889, 
Paris. 

1023. Diana. Plaster Statue. 

Hamar, Fernand. 

1024. Marshal de Rochambeau. 



Marshal 
Bronze. 



Hannaux, Emmanuel, Gold Medal, 1900, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900; Medal of Honor, 1903. 

1025. The Poet and the Mermaid. 

Plaster. 

Hugoulin, Emile. 

1026. An Interrupted Idyll. Plaster. 

1027. Maternal Love. Marble. 

Injalbert, Jean Antonin, Grand Prix, 
1889; Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
1897. 

1028. Muse of the Woods. Cire per- 
due by Hebrard. 

1029. Hippomene. Bronze. 

1030. The Source. Marble. 
1030a. "Le dedain." Bronze. 

Iselin, Georges. 

1031. The Carpenter. Wooden Stat- 

uette. 

1032. The Farrier. Wooden Stat- 

uette. 

Itasse, Mile. Jeanne, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

1033. Bacchante. Sandstone. 

Lafont, Emile Rene, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

1034. Woman Bathing. Tin. 

1035- Judith. Many-colored Marble. 

Lami, Stanislas, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900, Paris. 

1036. Fox Terrier. Inlaid Marble. 

1037. Rembrandt. Bronze Bust. 

Laoust, Andre Louis Adolphe, Silver 
Medal, 1889, Paris. 

1038. Minuet. Bronze. 

Larroux, Antonin, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

1039. Revery. Wood. 

Lecourtier, Prosper, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

1040. Spotted Dog nursing its Pup- 

pies. Plaster. 

1041. Swan. Plaster. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Le Due, Arthur Jacques, Silver Medal, 
1889 and 1900, Paris. 

1042. Saint Hubert. Marble bas-relief. 

1043. A Herd of Stags listening to 

Hounds nearing. Bronze. 

1044. Hanger of Louis the 15th Style. 

Silver and Ivory. 

Lefebvre, Hippolyte, Prix de Rome, 
1892; Gold Medal, 1900; Medal of 
Honor, 1902, Paris; Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1902. 

1045. Mignon. Marble. 
Legrand, Ernest. 

1046. The Wounded Bather. Piaster 

Statue. 

Lemarquier, Charles Paul Alfred. 

1047. Canaque type of New Caledonia. 

Earthen Bust. 
Leroux, Etienne, Silver Medal, 1889 and 
1900, Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1878. 

1048. Science, Philosophy, Education 

and Instruction. Plaster bas- 
relief. 

Levasseur, Henri Louis, Bronze Medal, 

1888, Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1049. The Source. Marble Statue. 

1050. The Soul of Ruins. Marble 

Statue. 

1051. Pro Patria. Marble Group. 

1052. Labor. Bronze Group. 
L'Hoest, Eugene Leon. 

1053. Despair. Plaster Statue. 

Loiseau-Bailly, Georges, Silver Medal, 

1889, Paris. 

1055. Young Parisian Boy. Marble 

Bust. 

Loiseau-Rousseau, , Gold Medal, 

1900, Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1901. 

1056. Poisoned Slave. Marble. 

1057. The Ivy. Bronze bas-relief. 

1058. Baby. Bronze Statue. 
Lombard, Henry, Prix de Rome, 1883; 

Silver Medal, 1889, Paris; Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honor, 1894; Gold Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

1059. Apollo victorious. Bronze bas- 

relief. 

1060. Nymph hunting. Plaster. 
ig6i. Bust of a Woman. Earthen 

work. 
Lorieux, Julien. 

1062. Biblis turned into a Source. 

Marble. 

1063. A Faun picking up a Mermaid. 

Plaster. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Sculpture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Lormier, Edouard, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1064. The Life Rescuer. Bronze. 

Loyseau, Amedee Charles, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 
1064a. A group of Terriers. Bronze. 

Maillard, Auguste, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

1065. Icarus falling. Marble. 

Malric, Charles Louis. 

1066. Khas-pai Chief (a tribe in 

French Laos). Plaster Bust. 

1067. Woman with a Cap. Plaster 

Bust. 

Marque, Albert, Paris. Paris. 

1068. Young Thinker. Bronze. 
io6g. Anxious Woman. Bronze. 

Marqueste, Laurent Honore, Prix de 
Rome, 1871; Gold Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Grand Prix, 1900; Commander of the 
Legion of Honor, 1903; Member of the 
Institute, 1900. 

1070. Portrait of Falguiere. Bronze 

Bust. 

Mars Vallett, Marius. 

1071. A Monk of Carthage. Bronze. 

1072. Eve in Eden. Bronze, broken 

mould. 

Mathet, Louis Dominique, Bronze Medal, 
1889, Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1073. Oread, a Nymph of Mountains. 

Marble. 

Mengue, Jean Marie, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1074. Vanquished. Marble. 

1075. Woman with a Lily. Marble. 

1076. Country Woman. Marble. 

Mercie, Antonin, Prix de Rome, 1868; 
Medal of Honor, 1874 and 1878; Grand 
Prix, 1889, Paris; Member of the Insti- 
tute 1890; Grand Officer of the Legion 
of Honor, 1900. 

1077. Africa. Bronze. Cire perdue. 

1078. By Honor. Bronze Group. 

Michel, Gustave, Gold Medal, 1889; 
Medal of Honor, 1896; Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honor 1897; Grand Prix, 
1900, Paris. 

1079. Form emerging from Substance. 

Plaster. 

1080. At the Evening of Life. Plaster. 

1081. While Dreaming. Plaster. 

1082. Amongst Flowers. Plaster. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Michel Malherbe, Ernest Jules, Bronze 
Medal, 1900, Paris. Luneville. 

1083. Weariness. Plaster. 
Monart, Louis de, Paris. 

1084. The Stallion. Bronze. 

1085. Wild Boar on the look-out. 

Bronze. 
Moncel, Alphonse Emmanuel, Chevalier 
of the Legion of Honor, 1903. 

1086. The Poet Alain C h a r t i e r: 

Marble. 

Moreau Vauthier, Paul, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

1087. Georges Breithmayer. Bronze, 

broken mould. 

1088. Madame A. D. Bronze, broken 

mould. 

1089. Winter. Sandstone Statuette. 

Moria, Mile. Blanche Adele, Bronze 
Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

1090. Street Arab. Bronze. 

1091. Baby's Head. Marble. 

1092. Father Joy. Marble. 

Muhlenbech, Georges Emile, Bronze 
Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1093. Chloe. Marble. 

Mulot, Albert, Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1094. The good Pipe. Bronze. 

Navellier, Edouard Felicien Eugene, 
Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris. Paris. 

1095. Elephant and Pelicans. Bronze. 

1096. Zebra Ox of Madagascar. 

Bronze. 

1097. An Elephant Felling a Crocodile 

to the Ground. Bronze. 

Octobre, Aime Jeremie Delphin, Prix de 
Rome, 1893; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1098. A Surprise. Plaster. 

Orleans, Paul Julien, Paris. Paris. 

1099. My Father. Bronze. 

Paulin, Paul. 

1 100. Young Girl Making her Toilet. 

Bronze. 

Peene, Augustin. 

iioi. Magdalen. Marble. 

Pendaries, Jean Jules, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

1102. Evening. Plaster. 

1103. Fond Remembrance. Marble. 

Pcrrin, Jacques, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1 104. Pieta. Plaster. 

1105. The Holy Virgin asleep. Marble. 



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Sculpture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Perron, Charles Theodore. 

1106. Surprise. Bronze. 

Peter, Victor, Bronze Medal, 1889; Gold 
Medal, 1900, Paris; Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1900, Paris. 

1107. Reverie. Plaster. 

1108. Young Cubs playing. Plaster. 

Peyrol, F. A. Hippolyte, Paris. 

1109. Preliminaries to a Banquet. 

Plaster. 
mo. Perse9ution. Plaster. 
mi. Wrestling. Bronze. 

Pompon, Frangois, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

1 1 12. Cosette. Marble. 

Puech, Denys, Prix de Rome, 1884; Offi- 
cer of the Legion of Honor, 1899; 
Grand Prix, 1900, Paris. 

1113. The Muse of Chenier. Bronze 

by Hebrard, Founder. 

1114. Pere Didon. Many-colored 

marble. 

1115. Figure. Marble. 

Riche, Louis, Paris. 

1 1 16. Lion on the Watch. Marble. 

Richer, Paul, Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1117. A Mower. Bronze. 

Ringel dTllzach, Jean, Silver Medal, 
1889, Paris. 

1118. Perversity. Bronze. 

Roche, Pierre, Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1119. The Monk. (Hot Water Bot- 

tle.) Copper. 

Rodin, Auguste, Commander of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1903, Paris. 

1120. The Thinker. Plaster. 

Roger Bloche, Paul, Gold Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

1121. Apprentice. Bronze. 

1122. Girl of Assisi. Bronze. 

1123. The Child. Plaster. 

1124. Portraits. Silver Table. 

Saint Marceaux, Rene de. Medal of 
Honor, 1879; Officer of the Legion of 
Honor, 1889; Gold Medal, 1889, Paris. 

1125. Our Fate. Plaster. 

1126. The Dawn. Marble. 

1127. Deep Mourning. Marble. 

1128. Fountain: The Seasons: Gar- 

den of the French pavilion. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Sanson, Justin Chrysostome, Prix de 
Rome, 1 861; Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honor, 1876; Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris. 

The Source. Bronze bas-relief. 



1 129. 

Savine, 
Paris 

1 1 30. 
II3I- 
1132. 



Leopold, Bronze Medal, 1900, 

Christ criis^ified. Plaster. 
A Witch. Wood. 
Queen of the Sea. Many-col- 
ored Wood. 

Schnegg, Gaston, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

1133. The Holy Family, Bronze bas- 

relief. 

1134. St. Frangois of Assisi. Bas- 

relief. 

Schnegg, Lucien, Gold Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

1 135. Six months old Girl. Marble. 

1136. Bust of a Man. Plaster. 

1137. Young Woman. Plaster. 

Segoffin, Victor Joseph Jean Ambroise, 
Prix de Rome, 1897; Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

1138. Man and Poverty. Plaster. 

1139. M. Camille Barrere, French 

Ambassador in Rome. Mar- 
ble and Bronze. 

Seysses, Auguste, Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900. 

1141. Modesty. Marble. 

Sicard, Frangois, Prix de Rome, 1891 ; 
Gold Medal, 1900, Paris; Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honor, 1900, Paris. 

1142. Woman Bathing. Marble. 

1143. Hagar. Marble. 

Soules, Felix, Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1144. Woman playing at Bowls, 

Bronze, broken mould. 

Spicer-Simson, Theodore. 

1145. Portrait of Doctor Moncure 

Conway. 

Tarrit, Jean. 

1146. A Blind Man. Wood. 

1147. Cat Nursing her Kittens. Sand- 

stone. 

Theunissen, Corneille Henri, Chevalier 
of the Legion of Honor, 1903, Paris. 

1148. Bust of M. Harpignies. Plaster. 

1 149. Bust of M. Alexandre Guilmant. 

Plaster. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Sculpture. Medals and Engravings on Gems. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Theunissen, Paul Ludovic. 

1 150. Jealous Cain. Plaster Alto-re- 

lit'vo. 

Thivier. Simeon Eugene, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

1151. Bad Dream. Marble. 

Valton, Charles, Gold Medal, 1889 and 
1900, Paris. 

1152. Lions and Lionesses. Plaster. 

1153. Lioness and Lion's Cubs. Plas- 

ter. 

1154. Ash-colored Crane. Bronze and 

Marble. 

1155. Hippopotamus. Bronze, Onyx 

and Ivory. 

Varenne, Henri, Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honor, 1900, Paris. 

1156. The End of a Dream. Marble. 

Vasselot, Anatole Marquet de, Chevalier 
of the Legion of Honor, 1886; Bronze 
Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1157. The Human Comedy of Balzac. 

Vidal, Henri, Prix de Paris, 1892; Silver 
Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1158. Hagar and Ishmael. Plaster. 

Villeneuve, Jacques Louis Pierre, Silver 
Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1159. Primavera. Marble. 

Vital-Cornu, Charles, Bronze Medal, 
1889; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1896; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1160. Human Grief. Plaster. 

Medals and Engravings on Gems. 

Aube. Jean Paul, Gold Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1898; Grand Prix, 1900, Paris. 

1161. Frame containing two Tables. 

Baudichom, Rene, Paris. 

1162. Frame containing four Tables 

and three Medals. 

Borrel, Alfred, Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

X163. Frnme containing thirty-eight 
Tables and Medals. Silver 
and [-{ronze patined with Silver. 

Cariat, Lucien Jean Henri, Paris. 

1164. Frame containing fifteen 

Medals. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Caron, Alexandre, Paris. 

1 165. Frame containing five Ivory 
Medals. 

Castex, Louis. 

ii"66. Communion of Stanislas Koska. 

Cazin, Michel, Paris. 

1167. Frame containing twenty-five 

Medals and Tables. 

Charpentier, Alexandre, Grand Prix, 1900, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, Paris. 

1168. Frame containing Tables and 

IVIedals. 

Daussin, Emile Leonard, Paris. 

1169. Frame containing fourteen 

Medals and Tables. Bronze, 
Silver and Golden Silver. 

Deschamps, Leon Julien, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris; Paris. 

1170. Frame containing "The Child." 

Golden Bronze. 

1171. Frame containing twenty 

Tables. Badges and Medals. 
Silver, Gold and Bronze. 

Dropsy, Emile, Paris. 

1172. Frame containing thirteen 

Medals and Tables. 

Dubois. Henri, Silver Medal. 1900, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 1903, 
Paris. 

1173. Frame containing thirteen 

Tables and Medals. 

1174. Frame containing five Tables 

and Medals and a Bracelet. 

Fourcade, Dominique Philippe Jean. 

1175. Frame containing sixteen Medals 

and Tables. 

Gaulard, Emile Felix, Bronze Medal, 
1889, Paris; Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. 
Paris. 

1176. Frame containing: 

(a) Towards the Unknown. 
Engraving on Gem. 

(b) Hebe. Engraving o n 
Gem. 

1 177. Frame containing a Crucifix. 

1178. Crucifix. 

Granger, Mile. Genevieve, Paris. 

1179. Frame containing nine Bronze 

and Silver Medals. 



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Medals and Engravings on Gems, and Architecture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Hildebrand, Bernard, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris, 

1180. Frame containing five Cameos. 

Lafleur, Abel, 

1181. Frame containing Bronze Tables. 

Lechevrel, Alphonse Eugene, Bronze 
Medal, 1889, Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, 
Paris, Paris. 

1182. Frame containing fift3^-three En- 

gravings on Gems. 

Le Double, Frederic Marie Auguste 
Aime, Paris. 

1183. Frame containing s i x Steel 

Tables. 

1184. Frame containing eleven Steel 

Tables. 

Lefebvre, Hippolyte, Prix de Rome, 1892; 
Gold Medal, 1900. Paris; Medal of 
Honor, 1902; Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honor, 1902. 

1185. Frame containing twenty-two 

Medals and Tables. 

Legastelois, Jules Prosper, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

1186. Frame containing seventeen 

Tables. Plated Bronze. 

Lemaire, Georges, Silver Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1896; Grand Prix, 1900, Paris, 

1187. Frame containing six Tables 

and thirteen Medals. 

L'Hoest, Eugene Leon, Paris. 

1188. Frame containing a Silver Table 

and a Silver Medal. 

Nocq, Henry, Silver Medal, igoo, Paris. 
Paris. 

1189. Frame containing thirty-five 

Medals and Tables. 

Patey, Henri Auguste, Prix de Rome, 
1881 ; Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1898; Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. 
iiSga. Frame containing twenty-nine 
Medals and Tables. 

Pillet. Charles Phillipe Germain Aristide, 
Prix de Rome, 1890; Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. Paris. 

1190. Frame containing thirty-eight 

Bronze Coins. 

1191. Frame containing "Mater 

Virgo." Bronze. 

Roger-Bloche, Paul, Gold Medal, 1900, 
Paris. Paris. 

1192. Silver Table, two Portraits. 



Kxhibif 
No. 

Roine, Jules Edouard, Gold Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

1193. Frame containing fifteen Medals. 

1194. Frame containing seven Medals. 

Vernier, Emile Seraphin, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1903, Paris. 

1195. Frame containing twenty-four 

Tables and Small Medals. 

1196. Frame containing twenty-nine 

Tables and Models of Jewels. 

Vernon, Frederic, Prix de Rome, 1887; 
Bronze Medal, 1889, Paris; Gold Medal, 
igoo, Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900, Paris. 

1197. Frame containing Medals. 
iigS. Frame containing Medals. 

Yencesse, Ovide, Gold Medal, igoo, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
igoo. 

1 199. Frame containing twenty-five 
Bronze Medals and Tables. 



GROUP 12. 
ARCHITECTURE. 

Barbaud, Raymond, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris, and Bauhain, Edouard, Bronze 
Medal, igoo, Paris. 

1200. Monnmental Fountain for the 

City of Reims. 

Bassompierre and de Rutte, Paris, 

1201. Five Cottages, in four Frames. 

Bernier, Stanislas Louis, Prix de Rome, 
1872; Gold Medal, 1885, Paris; Member 
of the Institute, i8g8; Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, i8g8; Grand Prix, 
igoo. 

1202. Opera Comique at Paris. 

Besnard, Jean Alfred. 

1203. Saint Georges Church at Bos- 

cherville in one Frame. 

Bruel, Alexandre. 

1204. The Domain of the Worship of 

Cybele. Rome, Mount Pala- 
tine. Restoration. Water 
color Drawing in eight frames. 

Bruneau, Eugene, Bronze Medal, i88g, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, i8g8; Gold Medal, igoo, Paris. 
1206. Architectural Designs. 



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Architecture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Chaussemiche, Frangois Benjamin, Prix 
de Rome, 1893; Medal of Honor, 1903, 
Paris. 

1207. Acropolis of Auxur. Restora- 

tions. In seven Frames. 

Cordonnier, Alphonse-Amed€e. 

1208. Royal Stock-Exchange Buildings 

at Amsterdam. In two Frames. 

Daumet, Pierre Jerome Honore, Prix de 
Rome, 1855; Member of the Institute, 
1885; Grand Prix, 1889; Commander of 
the Legion of Honor, 1900, Paris. 



i2og. Chateau of Chantilly. 
Perspective. 



Plan and 



Defrasse, Alphonse Alexandre, Prix de 
Rome, 1886; Medal of Honor, 1893; 
Grand Prix, 1900, Paris; Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honor. 

I2cga. "Palace." One frame. 

Destailleur, Andre, Paris. 

1210. Chateau de Trevarez. Two Pho- 

tographs. 

Dutocq, Victor Antoine Ferdinand, 
Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1211. Chateau d'Ecouen. Study for 

Proposed Restorations. I n 
eight Frames. 

Eustache, Henri, Prix de Rome, 1891; 
Silver Medal, 1900; Medal of Honor, 
1902; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1902, Paris. 

1212. Ceiling of the Ducal Palace at 

Venice. Hall of the Grand 
Council. Water color. 

Formige, Jean Camille, Medal of Honor, 
i88i; Grand Prix, 1900, Paris; Officer 
of the Legion of Honor, 1889. 

1214. Memorial Monument. In one 

Frame. 

Gromort, Georges. 

1215. Studies for the Palatine Chapel. 

In three Frames. 

Guedy, Henry, Paris. 

1216. Chapel of Viaulnay. Colored 

Decoration of the Sixteenth 
Century. In one Frame. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Guilbert, Albert, Medal of Honor, 1900, 
Paris. 

1217. Church of the Armenian Re- 

ligion — Gregorian Rite; now in 
construction at Paris. In four 
Frames. 

1218. Memorial building erected at 

Paris in remembrance of the 
burning of the Charity Bazar. 
In eleven Frames and three 
Photographs. 

Guinot, Louis, Charles, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

1219. Reconstruction of the Chateau 

of Contenson (Loire). In three 
Frames. 

Hannotin, Henri Paul, Gold Medal, igoo. 

1220. Draught of Sanatorium. In four 

Frames. 

1221. Sketches of a carpet for the Prc- 

torium of the Court of Cassa- 
tion, Paris. Water color. 
1223. Church of Triel. Interior. Water 
color. 

Heraud, Gabriel and Eichmuller, Guil- 
latime. Silver Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1223. Competition of the Colleges of 

California. In two Frames. 

Imbert, Charles, and Woog, Lucien, 
Bronze Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1224. Parish Church on a small ground. 

In two Frames. 

Jourdain, Franz, Bronze Medal, 1889, 
Paris; Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
1900, Paris. 

1225. Library of the Chateau of Ver- 

theuil. In one Frame. 

Lameire, Charles Joseph, Paris. 

1226. Cupola of St. Martin d'Aisnay at 

Lyons. In two Frames. 
Greek Chapel. Paris. 
Chapel of St. Louis des Fran- 

gais. In one Frame. 
Mosaic in the Church of N. D. 

de Fourvieres at Lyons. In 

one Frame. 
Hotel Vauluisant at Troyes. In 

one Frame. 
Vault of the Madeleine (Paris). 

In one Frame. 



1227. 
1228. 

1229. 



1230. 



1231. 



Legriel, Paul. 

1232. A Maternity. 



In three Frames. 



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167 



Architecture and Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Loviot, Benoit Edouard, Prix de Rome, 
1874; Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1880, Paris; Gold Medal, 1889, Paris; 
Medal of Honor, 1889, Paris. 

1233. Festival Hall in Machinery Gal- 

lery, Paris. In one Frame. 
Louvet, Lucien Albert, Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1900; Gold Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

1234. Grand Palais of Fine Arts at 

Paris. In four Frames. 

Marcel, Alexandre Auguste Louis, Silver 
Medal, 1889, Paris; Medal of Honor, 
1897; Grand Prix, 1900, Paris; Chevalier 
of the Legion of Honor, 1900, Paris. 

1235. Festival Hall at Paris, Japanese 

style. In eight Frames. 
Mayeux, Henri, Paris. 

1236. Thebes. i8th dynasty. A Draw- 

ing. 

Munier, Gaston Benjamin. 

1237. Temple of Isis at Philoe (Egypt) 

before arriving at the dam of 
Assouan. Two Water colors 
in a Frame. 

1238. Mosque of Kismas and Ishaki 

at Cairo. In five Frames. 
Pascal, Jean Louis, Prix de Rome, 1866; 
Member of the Institute, 1890; Com- 
mander of the Legion of Honor, 1903, 
Paris. 

1239. Monument raised to the mem- 

ory of the architect Charles 
Gamier. In two Photographs. 
Prudent, Henri, and Guadet, Paul. 

1240. "Reconstruction of the theatri- 

cal hall built by Victor Louis 

in 1876 for the Theatre Fran- 

Qois at Paris. One Frame. 

Pontremoli, Emanuel, Prix de Rome, 

- 1880; Grand Prix, 1900; Chevalier of 

the Legion of Honor, 1900. 

1241. Study for the Bevelacque Palace 

at Verona. In one Frame. 
Risler, Charles Auguste, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

1242. "Plan of the Pavilion in ceramic 

for the Exhibition of the Na- 
tional Manufactory of Sevres 
at the Universal Exposition of 
1900 at Paris." Two Frames. 

Scellier de Gisors, Louis Henri Georges, 
Medal of Honor, 1896; Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, 1900. 

1243. "Monument to Admiral Coligny 
at Paris." In one Frame. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Tournaire, Joseph Albert, Prix de Rome, 
. 1888; Grand Prix, 1900, Paris; Medal 
of Honor, 1901 ; Chevalier of the Le- 
gion of Honor, 1900. 

1244. A frame containing architectural 

sketches. 

Tronchet, Guillaume, Gold Medal, 1900, 
Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1900. 

1245. Villa Lumen in the "Bois de 

Cise." Two Frames. 
Vasnier, Charles Albert. 

1246. Stained glass window for the 

Cathedral of Chartres. Two 

Water colors. 
Vaudremer, Joseph Auguste Emile, Prix 
de Rome. 1854; Member of the Insti- 
tute; Commander of the Legion of 
Honor, igco, Paris. 

1247. Greek Church in rue Bizet, 

Paris. In two Frames. 
Wable, Charles, Bronze Medal, 1889; 
Gold Medal, 1900, Paris. 

1248. A Chapel. In one Frame. 

GROUP 13. 

LOAN COLLECTION. 

1248a. Gobelin Tapestry after a picture 
of the baron of Gros, repre- 
senting Napoleon Bonaparte 
amongst the lepers of Jaffa. 
Lent by the French Hospital 
of New York. 

GROUP 14. 

ORIGINAL OBJECTS OF ART 
WORKMANSHIP. 
Allouard, Henri Emile, Silver Medal, 
1889, Paris; Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honor, 1899; Gold Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

1. "Love's Round." On ivory. 

2. "Reading Interrupted." On ivory. 
Aubert, Felix. 

3. Variegated colored Lace: 

(a) Collar. 

(b) Fan. Snow-drop Design. 

(c) Fan. Clematis Design. 

(d) Mounted Fan. Rose De- 
sign. 

4. Woven stuffs: 

(a) Two Velvets. 

(b) Frieze Wool with figures 
stitched in Silk. 

5. Printed stuffs: 

(a) Four Velvets. 

(b) Width of Embroidery for 
Boudoir Hangings. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Auge, Mile. Mathilde. 

6. Husband and Wife. Enamel. 

After H. Granville Fell. 

Baffier, Jean, Silver Medal, 1889, Cheva- 
lier of the Legion of Honor, 1898. 

7. Flower Vase. Block Tin. En- 

graved. Single proof. 

8. Comfit Dish. Block Tin. En- 

graved. Single proof. 

9. Sugar Basin. Block Tin. En- 

graved. Single proof. 

Barre, Aristide, Magloire. 

10. Field Labors. Silver Casket. Re- 

pousse work. 

Baubien, Leon Denis, Paris. 

11. Pike seeking Prey. Dining-room 

Panel. Block Tin. 

12. The Bottom of a Net. Dining- 

room Panel. Block Tin. 

Baudoin, Mile. Marcelle, Paris. 

13. Book-cover. Leather Repousse 

work. Eucalyptus Design. 

14. Card-case. Leather Repousse work. 

Lysimachia Design. 

Becker, Edmond Henri, Paris. 

15. Missal. Wood and Silver. 

16. Book-cover. Amaranthus Wood. 

17. Casket. Chrysanthemum Design. 

18. Time-piece in Carved Wood Frame 

and Enamels. "Night and Day." 

Bigaux, Louis, Paris. 

19. Book-case. 

20. Bronze Vase. 

Blondat, Max. 

21. Fountain Wash-hand Basin. Block 

Tin. "The Earth and the 
W^aves." 

22. Electric Lamp. Fish-shaped. 

Bronze. 

23. Electric Lamp. Shell-shaped. 

Bronze. 

Bonvalet, Lucien Hugues, Paris. 

24. Vase. Hortensia-shaped. Brass 

with Silver and Rose-copper In- 
crustations. 

25. Vase. Pine-cone shaped. Brass. 

Prickly Sea-weed Design. 

26. Calabash. Copper incrusted with 

Silver. Stalactites and Sea-weed 
Design. 

27. Screen. Embroidery. "The Gar- 

den of the Hesperides." 



Exhibit 
No. 

Boucher, Alfred, Paris. 

28. Bed in Wood with Bronze Orna- 

ments. 

Boutet, de Monvel, Charles. 

29. Jewelry: Combs, Belt-buckks, 

Pendentives, Saltiers, Stomach- 
ers, Rings, Umbrella-handles. 

Brateau, Jules-Paul. 

30. Table Clock. Block Tin. 

31. Comfit-dish. Block Tin. Mistle- 

toe Design. 

32. Comfit-dish. Block Tin. Violet 

Design. 

33. Tray, Block Tin, Pink Design. 

34. Beer Stand, Block Tin, Hop and 

Barley Design. 

35. Gol^let and Tray, Block Tin, 

Myrtle Design. 

36. Goblet, Block Tin, Vine and 

Masks Design. 

37. Goblet, Block Tin, Olive Tree 

Design. 

38. Tray. Block Tin, Chrysanthemum 

Design. 

39. Tray. Block Tin, Ornamented 

with figures of Woman, Crabs 
and Children. 

40. Flower Stand. Block Tin, Earth 

and Water decoration. 

41. Tray, Block Tin. Thistle Design. 

42. Salt-cellnr, Block Tin, with Tri- 

ton Spoons. 

43. Snlt-cpll.nr. Block Tin, with Tri- 

ton Spoons. 

44. Goblet. Block Tin, Mistletoe De- 

sign. 

45. Goblet, Block Tin, Raspberry De- 

sign. 

Bremond, Jean Louis, Paris. 

46. Ornamental Panel, The Swans. 

Carabin, Francois Rupert, Bronze Medal, 
1900, Paris; Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor, 1903. 

47. "Otero." Silver and Precious 

Stones. 

48. Inkstand in form of Siren and 

Snake, Bronze and Onyx. 

49. Receptable for odds and ends, 

Carved Wood and Silver; sub- 
ject. "INIira.sfe." 

50. Fountain Wash - hand Basin, 

Earthenware and Block Tin. 

51. Towel, embroidered by Bodijar 

Karageorchvitz. 

52. Receptable for odds and ends. 

Carved Wood; subject of de- 
sign, "Courtisan." 



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Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Kxhibit 
No. 

Caron. Alexandre. Paris. 

53. ivory Statuette. "The Enchant 

ress." 

54. Ivory Statuette. "Youth." 

55. Ivory Statuette. Child's Head. 

Carriere, Ernest. 

56. Flow^erpot Cover, Picket-Faience. 

Porcelain. Fish-horn Ornaments. 

57. Vase. Porcelain. Frog Orna- 

ments. 

Charpentier, Alexandre Louis Marie, 
Grand Prix, 1900, Paris; Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honor, 1900, Paris. 

58. Music Whatnot. 

59. Frame containing Locks, Door- 

plates and Door Handles. 

Cauvy, Leon. 

60. Screen, Leather Repousse work. 

Cazin, Mme. Marie, Paris. 

61. Statuette in Gilt Bronze. 

Cazin, Michel, Silver Medal, 1900, Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 1900. 

62. Vase. Bronze. Pine Ornaments. 

Dammouse, Albert Louis, Paris, 

64. Bine Cup. Porcelain Enamel. 

65. Cup. Porcelain Enamel. Small 

Flower Ornaments. 

66. Cup Porcelain Enamel. Seaweed 

and Shell Ornaments. 

67. Cup. Porcelain Enamel. Seaweed 

on Blue Ground. 

68. Cup. Porcelain Enamel. Border 

of Virginia Creeper. 

Dampt, Jean, Gold Medal, iSSq, Paris, 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1900. 

69. Piece of Furniture with Mice Or- 

naments. 

Delagrange, Leon. 

70. Statuette. Virgin-colored Wax. 

Delaherche, Auguste, Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor. 

71. Twenty-five Vases and Cups. Pot- 

tery. 

Dellier, Mme. Albert, Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor. 

72. Blotting pad. Leather, Imitation 

Bronze and Repousse work. 



Kxhibit 
.\'r. 

Desbois. Jules, Gold Medal, 1889. Paris; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1889. 

73. Pendant. Cold and Riihies. 

74. Cloak Fastening. Silver and Ru- 

bies. 

75. Belt Buckle. Gold. 

76. Vase. Siher. "Siren." (Hebrard 

Caster.) 

77. Cup. Copper. "Dragon Fly." 

(Hebrard, Caster.) 

Doat, Taxile, Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honor. 

78. Large Dish. Flame-colored Porce- 

lain, representing Flora and 
Pomona. 

79. Vase. Flame-colored Porcelain. Al- 

legorical subject, "Normandy." 

80. Colocynth Vase, Flame-colored 

Porcelain. Allegorical subject, 
"Poetry." 

81. Vase. Flame-colored Porcelain. 

Allegorical subject, "The Favor- 
ites of Cybele." 

Dufreine. Maurice Elysee, Paris. 

82. Chair. 

Fauvin, Paul. 

83. Hand Mirror. Silver. 

Ferriere, Emile de. 

84. Screen. W^rought Iron. Oak Leaf 

Decoration. 

85. Screen. Holly Leaf and Berry De- 

oration. 

86. Fender. Dog Irons and Shovel. 

Wrought Iron. Holly Foliage 
Decoration. 

Feuillatre, Eugene. 

87. Cups, Vases, Goblets, Smelling 

Bottles. Enamel. 10 pieces. 

Galle, Emile, Officer of the Legion of 
Honor. 

89. Vases, Flower Holders, Cups, 

Boxes, Cut Glass. Twenty-four 
pieces. 

90. Inlaid Cabinet. "The Mountain." 
gi. Small piece of Drawing-room 

Furniture. "The Iris." 

92. Glass-case in Madagascar Rose- 

wood and Bronze. Imitated 
from the Vine, "Vitis vinifera." 

Gamier, Alfred. 

93. Juno. Enamel. 

Grandhomme, Paul Victor, Paris. 

94. Ring Box. Enamel and Gold. 

"The Sea." 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Guillame, Emile, Paris. 

95. Flambeaux. Carved Ivory, "The 

Flowers." 

Habert-Dys, Jules. 

96. Vase. Cut Glass. Silver Mount- 

ing. 

97. Vase. Cut Glass. Silver Mount- 

ing. 

98. Cup. Green Onyx from Brazil. 

- Silver Mounting. 

Hirtz, Lucien. 

99. Cup. Enamel Mounting. Peacock 

Feather Design. 

100. Flower Stand. Enamel with Sil- 

ver Mounting. "The Naiads." 
loi. Vase. Moss agate. "The Ferns" 
In collaboration with Becker. 

102. Goblet. Enamel Gold work. 

103. Box. Plane-tree Leaves and In- 

sects Decoration. 

Jorrand, Antoine. 

104. Foot carpet. "Meadow." 

105. Tapestry. "Spring." 

106. Tapestry. "Woman in the 

Flowers." 

107. Tapestry. Door Curtain. 

Lachenal, Edmond. 

108. Vases. Pottery. 

Lalique, rfentf. Officer of the Legion 
of Honor, 1900. 

109. Collection of Objects of Art. 
Lambert, Theodore. 

no. Ornamental Frieze. Peacocks. 

111. Piece of Furniture. Mahogany 

with Brass Beading. 

112. Armchair. Mahogany with Brass 

Beading. 

113. Set of Jewelry. 

Laporte-Blairsy, Leo, Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honor, 1903. 

114. Electric Lamp. Bronze and Trans- 

parent Enamel. "Maid with the 
Boxes." 

115. Electric Lamp. Bronze and Trans- 

parent Enamel. "Augusta." 

116. Electric Lamp. Bronze and Trans- 

parent Enamel. "Child with the 
Ball." 

117. Electric Lamp. Bronze andTrans- 

parent Enamel. "Vestal Virgin." 

118. Electric Lamp. Bronze and Trans- 

parent Enamel. "Milk Girl." 

119. Electric Lamp. Bronze and Trans- 

parent Enamel. "Child with 
the Lantern." 



Exhibit 
No. 

Laumonerie, Theophile-Hippolyte. 

120. Panel containing seven land- 

scapes and a portrait. Stained 
Glass Windows. 

121. Panel containing five landscapes 

and a figure. Stained Glass 
Windows. 

Lechevrel, Alphonse Eugene. 

122. Pins, Plaquettes, Rings and 

Brooches. Eight pieces. 

Le Couteux, Lionel Aristide, Gold Medal, 
1889, Paris; Chevalier of the Legion 
of Honor, 1891; Grand Prix, 1900, Paris. 

123. Brooch in Engraved Gold: "An- 

dromeda." 

124. Bracelet: "Vine and Grapes." 

Engraved Gold. Single speci- 
men signed. 

125. Comb. Crab-shaped. Engraved 

Gold. Single specimen signed. 

126. Comb in form of Water Lily. 

Engraved Gold. Single speci- 
men signed. 

127. Belt Buckle. Engraved Gold. 

Single specimen signed. 

128. Comb. Engraved Gold. Single 

specimen signed. 

Legrand, Louis, Silver Medal, 1900. 

129. Engraved Leather: "Woman and 



"Lizard." 



Dog." 

130. Engraved Leather: 

Lelievre, Eugene. 

131. Lamp. Bronze, Wood, Glass, 

Pottery. 

132. Vase. Silver. Thistle Design. 

133. Calabash. Pottery, Silver and 

Ivory. 

134. "Loie Fuller." Glass and Bronze. 
135' Vase. Gilt Bronze. Thistle De- 
sign. 

136. Tea-pot. Bronze. "Parsiflora." 

Lelievre, Octave-Georges. 

137. Night Lamp. Bronze. 
138. 



Bishop's Crozier. "Parsiflora." 
Wood, Silver and Enamel. 

139. Cruet Stand and Tray. Silver and 

Glass. 

140. Chalice. Silver. "The Lily." 

141. Night Lamp. Bronze and Glass. 

Le Riche. 

143. Statuette. Plaster. 

Levasseur, Henri-Louis, Bronze Medal, 
1889, Paris; Silver Medal, 1900, Paris, 

144. Apotheosis of Joan of Arc. Chis- 

eled Bronze and Sily^r. 



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171 



Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Majorelle, Louis. 

145. Furniture of Varnished Mahog- 

any and Courbaril. Gilt Bronze: 
"Water lilies." 

(a) Bookcase. 

(b) Bureau. 

(c) Chest 

(d) Stand. 

Mangeant, Paul Emile. 

146. Triptych of Pyrograved Oak. 

Bronze painted in Distemper: 
"Truth." 

Mere, Clement, and Waldrafl. 

147. Books. Engraved and patined 

leather. 

148. Blotting-cases. Engraved and 

patined leather. 

149. Panel. Engraved and patined 

leather. 

Methey, Andre. 

150. Vase. Flame Grey-stone: "Snail." 

151. Vase. Flame Grey-stone: "Frog." 

152. Vase. Flame Grey-stone: "Sagit- 

tary." 

153. Vase. Flame Grey-stone: "Gourd." 

Michel, Eugene. 

154. Vases in a silver gilt mounted 

case. 

Michel, Gustave, Medal of Honor, 1896; 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, 
1897; Grand Prix, igoo. 

155- Cup. Marble: "Tritons." 

Moreau-Nelaton, Etienne. 

156. Vases. Ceramic Grey-stone. Nine 

objects. 

Moreau-Vauthier, Paul, Silver Medal, 
1900, Paris. 

157. Flower-stand. Tin, Marble and 

Wood. 

Morisset, Miles. Blanche and Henriette. 

158. Collar. Embroidered, with ap- 

plications. 

Naudot, Camille. 

159. Cups, Bowls and Ring-cups. Soft 

Porcelain and Translucid 
Enamel. 

Peter, Victor. 

160. Frame containing 15 Plaquettes: 

Animal Studies. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Peureux, Francis. 

161. Cup. Chiseled and Embossed 

Enamel: "A Bacchante." 

162. Vase. Chiseled Silver: "Thirst." 

163. Salver. Chiseled Silver: "Hunt- 

mg. 

Peureux, Mile. Francine. 

164. Vase. Gourd-shaped. Trans- 

lucid Enamel mounted on Silver 
Gilt: "The Vine." 

165. Cup. Translucid Enamel on Gold 

Spangles: "Virginia Creeper." 

Regius, Edouard. 

166. Electric Wall-piece. Wrought Iron 

and Gilt Copper: "Thistles." 

167. Electric Wall-piece. Wrought 

Iron. 

168. Electric Ceiling-piece. Gilt Cop- 

per. 

169. Hearth Grate. Wrought Iron. 

Two objects. 

Rivaud, Charles. 

170. Rings. Gold, Silver and Precious 

Stones. Fourteen objects. 

171. Necklace. Gold, Pearl and Rose. 

172. Necklace. Gold and Orient Ruby. 

Original Pieces. 

Robalbhen, Henry Leon. 

173- Vases. High Heat Grey-stone. 
Robert, Emile and Prouve, Victor. 

174. Railing. Wrought Iron, with two 

Leaves. 

Rollince, Mme. Jeanne. 

175. Bookbinding: "The Old and the 

New Testament." Enamel on 
calf-skin leather. 

176. Bookbinding: "Aucassin and 

Nicolete." Enamel on calf-skin 
leather. 

Ruff, Henri Leon. 

177. Mantle Clasp and Belt Hook. In- 

laid Enamel. 

Saint Andre de Lignereux, Chevalier of 
the Legion of Honor, 1902. 

178. Bookbinding: "Burns." Chiseled 

and embossed leather. 

179. Bookbinding: "Milton." Chiseled 

and embossed leather. 
179a. Different boxes of chiseled and 
embossed leather. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibii 
No. 

Savine, Leopold, Bronze Medal, 1900, 
Paris. 

180. Statuettes, Vases, Salvers, Bis- 

cuit. Ten objects. With the 
colaboration of M. Milet, Cera- 
mist. 

181. Five Bronzes in a frame. 

182. "Dueled Nail." A Bronze cire 

perdue. 

Schneit, Stanislas. 

183. Gourd. Flame Grey-stone with 

Silver Incrustations: "Serpent." 

184. Gourd. Flame Grey-stone with 

Silver Incrustations: "Lizard." 

Sieffert, Louis-Eugene. 

185. Translucid Gold. Cloisonne 

Enamel: "Liquorice." 

Thesmar, Fernand, Chevalier of the Le- 
gion of Honor. 

186. Potiche. Persian style. Gold 

Cloisonne Enamel on Soft 
Porcelain. 



Exhibit 
No. 

187. 



188. 



i8g. 



190. 



Cup. Translucid Gold Cloisonne 
Enamel: "Drops of Blood." 

Cup. Translucid Gold Cloisonn6 
Enamel: "Mistletoe and Holly." 

Cup. Translucid Gold Cloisonne 
Enamel: "Persian Carnations." 

Cup. Plate and Spoon. Trans- 
lucid Gold Cloisonne Enamel: 
"Mistletoe." 



Tourette, Etienne. 

191. Vase. Gold Cloisonne Enamel: 

"Currants." 

192. Vase. Gold Cloisonne Enamel: 

"Autumn Rose Bush." 

193. Vase. Gold Cloisonne Enamel: 

"Mimosa." 

194. Frame containing 19 Enamel 

Plates. 

Vernier, Emile Seraphin. 

195. Medallion of Gilt Bronze. 



GERMANY 



Commissioner-General 
AI R . Theodor Lewald 



Superintendent and Representative of the German Society of Artists 
(Allgemeine Deutsche Kunstgenossenschaft) 

Mr. Max H. Schaaff 



For informaliou regarding exhibits for sale, apply at the office of the German 
Art Exhibition in east wing of Art Palace. 



GERMANY. 



EAST PAVILION. 



Galleries 38, 39, 40, 47, 48, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67. 



Oil Paintings. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Oil Paintings. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Achenbach, Andreas, Dusseldorf. 

1. Low Tide. 
Achenbach, Oswald, Dusseldorf. 

2. Sea at Sunrise. 

3. Constantin Arch in Rome. 

4. Nemi-Lake. 

Adam, Julius, Munich. 

5. Large Family. 
Albrecht, Carl, Hamburg. 

6. Still Life. 

Alt, Theodor, Munich. 

7. In Rudolf Hirth's Studio. 
Anderscn-Lundby, Anders, Munich. 

8. Winter Day near Weizing. 
Bachmann, Alfred, Munich. 

9. Horseman in Evening Sun (Ice- 

land). 

Baer, Fritz, Munich. 

10. Storm Evening in the Mountains 

(Ferwall). 

11. Kuchenspitze in Ferwall (Tyrol). 

Baisch, H., Dresden. 

12. Dordrecht at Ebbtide. 

Bantzer, K., Dresden. 

13. Holy Communion in Hesse. 

Bartels, Hans von, Munich. 

14. Breakers. 

Basedow, Heinrich, Berlin. 

15. A Silvery Rivulet. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Becker, Carl, Dusseldorf. 

16. Evening in Fishing Port. 

Becker, Karl, Berlin. 

17. Charles V. at the Fugger House. 

Bergmann, Julius, Karlsruhe. 

18. Autumn Evening. 

Bloss, Carl, Munich. 

19. Self-Portrait. 
Bohnenberger, Theodor, Munich. 

20. Chestnut Blossoms. 

Bohrdt, H., Berlin. 

21. Opening of the Kaiser-Wilhelm- 

Canal. 

Bracht, Eugen, Dresden. 

22. At the Dead Sea. 

Braith, A., Munich. 

23. Irmgrich. 

24. Gay Morning. 

Brandis, August von, Berlin. 

25. Interior of Peasant Living-room 

with Look into Bed-room. 

Brandt, Josef von, Munich. 

26. Swedish Cavalrymen Fighting. 

27. Tartar Fight. 

Brausewetter, Otto, Berlin. 

28. Christ on the Cross. 

Burmester, Georg, Kiel. 

29. New Snow (Evening). 

Canal, G. von, Munich. 

30. Westphalian Mill. 

Cissarz, J. U., Darmstadt. 

31. Paintings. 



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Oil Paintings. 



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35- 
36. 
37- 

38. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Clemens, W., Munich. 

32. Poacher's Death. 
Coschell, Moritz, Berlin. 

33. A Walk. 

Defregger, Franz von, Munich. 

34. War Conference. 
Sleeping Child. 

Portrait of the Painter Gysis. 
Return of the Tyrolean Soldiers, 

1809. 
The Pilgrims. 

Dielitz, Konrad, Berlin. 

39. Woodman. 

Dietz, Wilhelm von, Munich. 

40. Resting at the Ruin. 

41. Picnic in the Woods. 

Doering, Willi, Berlin. 

42. Portrait of Miss Victoria V. 
Duecker, Eugen, Dusseldorf. 

43. Fleet at Stralsund. 
Echter, A., Munich. 

44. After the Carnival. 

Egersdoerfer, Andreas, Frankfort-on- 
Main. 

45. From Holland. 

46. Wharf. 

Ehrentraut, Julius, Berlin. 

47. Strategists. 

48. Inspection. 

Eichstaedt, Rudolf, Berlin. 

49. Bluecher in Genappe. 
Eichen, E. von Halensee, Berlin. 

50. Faience Plates. 

Engel, Otto Heinrich, Berlin. 

51. Sunset. 

52. Fishing for Haddocks in the 

Evening. 

53. The Promenade. 

Engelhardt, Georg Herrmann, Berlin. 

54- Upper Finster Valley near 

Kuechtal (Tyrol). 

Erdtelt, Alois, Munich. 

55- "Portrait of my Father."' 
56. The First Communion. 
57- Girl's Head. 

Eschke, Richard, Berlin. 

58. Spree near Leipe, Spreewald. 

59. Horseradish Fields near Leipe, 

Spreewald. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Faber du Faur, Otto von, Munich. 

60. War Procession. 

61. The Emir's Horses. 

Fechner, Hans, Berlin. 

62. Lady in Black. 

Feldmann, Louis, Dusseldorf. 

64. Vision of St. Franziskus. 

65. Meeting at the Crossroads. 

Feldmann, Wilhelm, Berlin. 

66. When the Mist Rises. 

67. Evening Landscape. 

68. Solitude. 

Feuerbach, Anselm, Dusseldorf. 

70. Concert. 

Fink, August, Munich. 

71. Winter Evening in the Park of the 

Nymphenburg Castle. 

Firle, Walther, Munich. 

72. "Our Father." (Tryptich.) 

(a) "Give us our daily bread." 

(b) "Thy will be done." 

(c) "Forgive us our debts." 

73. Alone in the World. 

Fischer-Gurig, Adolf, Dresden. 

74. Friesish Wharf. 

Flesch-Brunningen, Ludmilla von, Mu- 
nich. 

75. Anointment of Young Witches. 
Flickel, P., Berlin. 

76. Beech Forest near Prerow. 
Forell, Robert, Munich. 

77. Death of Count Wilhelm von 

Mansfeld. 

Frenz, Alexander, Dusseldorf. 

78. The Golden Age. 
Freudemann, Victor, Berlin. 

79. German Churchyard under Snow. 

Friese, Richard, Berlin. 

80. Difificult Promenade. 

81. Stag run to Earth by Blood- 

hounds. 

82. Hunting Elks in Winter. 

83. On the Field of Battle. 

Fugel, Gebhard, Munich. 

84. Christ before the High Council. 
Fuks, Alexander, Munich. 

85. Study. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
Na 

Gaisser, M., Munich. 

86. At the Lawyer's. 

Gebhardt, Eduard von, Dusseldorf. 

87. The Rich Disciple. 

Gebler, O., Munich. 

88. Art Critics in the Stable. 

Genzmer, Berthold, Berlin. 

89. Children of the Spreewald. 

90. Girls from Curland. 

Graessel, Franz, Munich. 

93. Ducks. 

Greeff, Peter, Dusseldorf. 

94. Birch Trees at the Edge of the 

Forest. 

Gruetzner, Eduard, Munich. 

95. Sir John Falstaff. 

96. Still Life. 

Gumlich-Kempf, Anna, Berlin. 

97. Tomatoes. 

Gysis, Nikolaus, Munich. 

98. The Little Reader. 

99. Art and its Genii. 

100. Procession. 

loi. Moor with Cigarette. 

Hagn, Richard, Dresden. 

102. Friesish Peasant's Room. 

103. Friesish Farm House. 

Hamacher, Willy, Berlin. 

104. Ruins by the Sea. 

Hartmann, Carl, Mimich. 

105. Harvest Time. 

Hausmann, Ernst, Berlin. 

106. Autumn Woods. 

Heichert, Otto, Dusseldorf. 

107. "Thou shalt eat thy bread in the 

sweat of thy brow." 

Heimes, Heinrich, Dusseldorf. 

108. Fishing Smacks on the Beach. 

Henseler, Ernst, Berlin. 

109. After the Day's Work is Done. 

Herrmann, Hans, Berlin. 

no. Flower Market in Amsterdam. 
III. Dutch Fishing Village. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Herrmann-Allgaeu, August, Munich. 

112. Pomegranates. 

113. Still Life. 

Herterich, Johann, Munich. 

114. Useless Warning. 
Herterich, Ludwig, Munich. 

115. The Heroine of Lueneburg. 
Heyden, Carl, Dusseldorf. 

116. Roofs. (Old Dusseldorf.) 
Heyser, Friedrich, Dresden. 

117. Portrait of Prof, Wislicenus. 
Hildebrandt, Ernst, Berlin. 

117a. Portrait. 
Hirth du Frenes, Rud, Munich. 

118. Picture Book. 
Hoch, Franz, Munich. 

119. Beneath Cypresses. 
Hochmann, Franz, Dresden. 

120. Autumn. 
Hoffmann-Fallersleben, Franz, Berlin. 

121. The Sto'" i of Sacrifice in the 

Oldenburg Heath. 

Holmberg, August, Munich. 

122. Evening. 
Holzapfel, Carl, Cassel. 

123. Finkenwaerder Fishing Smack on 

the Elbe near Hamburg. 

Horst-Schulze, Paul, Leipzig. 

124. The Delight of Roaming. 

125. In a Cool Valley. 

Huenten, Max, Dusseldorf. 

126. Autumnal Storm. 
Jacob, Julius, Berlin. 

127. Anchoring Place, Berlin. 
Janssen, Gerhard, Dusseldorf. 

128. Self Portrait. 

129. "Toll und VoU." 

Janssen, Peter, Dusseldorf. 

130. Battle of Worringen. 

Junker, Hermann, Karlsruhe. 

131. Workhorses. 

Kallmorgen, Friedrich, Berlin. 

132. The Maas near Rotterdam. 

Kampf, A., Berlin. 

133. Professor Steffens arouses the 

People to Revolution in Bres- 
lau, 1813. 



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177 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Kampmann, Gustav, Groetzingen near 
Karlsruhe. 

134. Railroad in the Evening. 

Kaulbach, Fritz August von, Munich, 

135. Portrait of the Empress with 

Princess Victoria. 

Kayser-Eichberg, Carl, Berlin. 

136. Evening Sun before the Thunder- 

storm. 

Keller, Ferdinand, Karlsruhe. 

137. Portrait of His Majesty Emperor 

William II. 

138. Boecklin's Grave. 

139. Bathing Nymphs. 

Kiesel, Conrad, Berlin. 

140. Study in Black. 

Kiessling, Paul, Dresden. 

142. Decorative Work. 

143. Portrait of the Creator of the 

Niederwald Monument. 

144. Sketch for a Portrait. 

Kitzing, Bertha von, Berlin. 

145. Paintings on Porcelain. 

Knabl, Karl, Munich. 

146. Going Down the Isar on a Raft. 

Knaus, L., Berlin. 

147. As the Old Folks Sang. 

Knopf, Hermann, Munich. 

148. Giant's Toy. 

Koberstein, Hans, Berlin. 

149- The Son. 
Koerner, Ernst, Berlin. 

150. "Torre del Agua" (Alhambra). 

151. The Colossal Memnons. (Upper 

Egypt.) 

Koester, Alexander, Karlsruhe. 

152. Swarming Ducks. 

153. Ducks. (Evening Sun.) 

154. At the Ducks' Pond. 
Koner, Max, Berlin. 

155- Portrait of His Majesty Emperor 

William 11. 
155a. Portrait of Adolf Menzel 

Kowalski-Wierusz, Alfred von, Munich. 

156. After the Rain. 
Kroener, Christian, Dusseldorf. 

157- Deer in the Forest. 
158. Rivals. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Kronberger, Carl, Munich. 

159. Woman from the Neighborhood 

of Dachau (Upper Bavaria). 

Kubierschky, E., Munich. 

160. Spring Landscape in Silesia. 
Kuehl, G., Dresden. 

161. Old Men's Home in Luebeck. 
i6ia. View of Dresden. 

i6ib. View of Dresden. 

Kuhnert, Wilhelm, Berlin. 

162. Roaring Lions. 

163. On the Flight. 

Kunz, L. Adam, Munich. 

164. Truth and Fiction. 
Kuestner, Carl, Munich. 

165. Winter Evening. 

166. March Day. 

Lang, Fritz, Stuttgart. 

167. Aquarium. 

Langhammer, Carl, Berlin. 

168. Evening. 

169. Sun in Fog. 

Laupheimer, Anton, Munich. 

170. On Vacation. 
Lauxmann, Theodor, Stuttgart. 

171. Portrait. 

Leibl, W., Aibling (deceased). 

172. Portrait of Baron M. von Perfall. 
Leipold, Karl, Kiel. 

173. Mill in the Marshes. 
Lenbach, Franz von (deceased.) 

174. Mrs. Lilly Merk. 

175. Child with Cat. 

176. Dr. Hammacher. 
176a. Portrait of Bismarck. 
176b. Portrait of Bismarck. 

Lessing, Konrad, Berlin. 

177. At the Neuhofer Lake. 

178. Twilight. 

Le Suire, Hermann von, Munich. 

179. Twilight. 
Liesegang, H., Dusseldorf. 

180. Autumn Lane. 

181. Dutch Mill. 

Lobedan, Clara, Berlin. 

182. Azalea in Red Light. 
LoeiFtz, L. von, Munich. 

183. Orpheus and Eurydice. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Loewith, W., Munich. 

184. In the Antechamber of the Min- 

ister. 

Ludwig, K., Berlin. 

185. St. Gotthard Tunnel. 
Luthmer, Emmy, Berlin. 

186. Enamel Paintings. 
Maennchen, Adolf, Dusseldorf. 

187. The Hour of Death. 
Marcus, Otto, Berlin. 

188. On the Mole at Concarneau. 
Marees, H. von, Munich. 

189. St. George. 
Martini, Johannes, Berlin. 

190. Breakfast in the Locomotive 

Shop. 

Marx, Gustav, Dusseldorf. 

191. Over the Red Heath. 

Max, Gabriel von, Munich. 

192. Florence. 

193. Jesus Heals a Sick Child. 

Menzel, Adolf von, Berlin. 

194. Messenger Woman. 

195. Iron Rolling Mill. 

196. Departure of King William to 

the Army, 1870. 

Meyer, Hans, Berlin. 

197. View of Wertheim-on-the-Main 

(Autumn). 

Meyer, Kunz, Munich. 

198. Parzival. 

199. A Warrior. 

Meyerheim, Paul, Berlin. 

200. Charcoal Burners in the Moun- 

tains. 

201. Acrobats Parade. 

Meyn, Georg Ludwig, Berlin. 

202. Mrs. von Cotta. 

Mieth, Hugo, Berlin. 

203. Holy Communion. 

Monje, Paula, Dusseldorf. 

204. Juliet Capulet. 

Mohrbutter, Alfred, Kiel. 

205. Old Gehring. 

Muehlig, Hugo, Dusseldorf. 

206. Loiterers at the Hunt. 
307. Spring. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Mueller, Richard, Dresden. 

208. Old Woman. 

209. Man with Fur Cap. 

Mueller-Muenster, Franz, Berlin. 

210. Romance. 
Mueller-Schoenefeld, Berlin. 

211. Portrait of Mrs. St. 
Nagel, Wilhelm, Karlsruhe. 

212. Falling Leaves. 

213. Winter Evening. 
Niezky, Eduard. 

214. Springtime. 
Pape, William, Berlin. 

215. Before the Sermon. 

216. Wedding at the Death Bed. 

Papperitz, Georg, Munich. 

217. Lady in Fur with Dog. 

218. Bust Portrait of a Young Girl. 

Pepino, Anton, Dresden. 

219. At the Writing Table. 

Petersen, Hans von, Munich. 

220. Breakers. 
Petersen, Walter, Dusseldorf. 

221. Portrait of Professor Emile 

Sauret in Chicago. 

Petersen-Angeln, Heinr., Dusseldorf. 

222. At the Entrance to Yimuiden 

(Holland). 
Philippi, Peter, Dusseldorf. 

223. Visit. 

224. "Winkelweisheit." 

Pietschmann, Ernst Max, Dresden. 

225. Joseph and Mary. 

Pohle, Hermann, Emil, Dusseldorf. 

226. The Joy of Living. 

227. Girl with a Rose. 

Possin, Rudolf, Berlin. 

228. Head of an Old Man. 
Propheter, Otto, Karlsruhe. 

229. Portrait of Professor Ferdinand 

Keller. 

Rabending, Fritz, Munich. 

230. On the Schlern (dolomites). 
Raeuber, Wilhelm, Munich. 

231. Portrait of Miss E. 

332. Death of Gustav Adolf at the 

Battle of Luetzen. 

333. St. Hubertus. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Raupp, K., Munich. 

234. Peace. 

Rehder, Julius, Hamburg. 

235. Portrait of a Child. 

Reichenbach, Count von Woldemar, 
Dresden. 

236. Garden of the Capucine Monks 

in Salzburg. 

237. Drunken Satyrs. 

238. "Gloria Doloris." 

Ritter, Caspar, Karlsruhe. 

239. Carmen. 

RochoU, Theodor, Dusseldorf. 

240. In the Enemy's Country. 

241. March of Count York Towards 

Kalgan. 

Roechling, Carl, Berlin. 

242. Fishermen Behind a Mill. 

Roubaud, Franz, Munich. 

243. Battle in the Forest. An Episode 

in the Conquest of the Cau- 
casus. 

Schaefer, Maximilian, Berlin. 

244. Summer Joys. 

Schaefer, Philipp Otto, Munich. 

245. Venus Anadyomene. 

Scheurenberg, Joseph, Berlin. 

246. Portrait of Director A. von 

Werner. 

247. Portrait of Privy Councillor Ende. 

248. Mary meets a Shepherd Boy. 

Schindler, Osmar, Dresden. 

249. David and Goliath. 

Schleich, Ed., Munich. 

250. Evening Landscape. 

Schlichting, Max, Berlin. 

251. Pleasures of the Beach. 
Schmid, Mathias, Munich. 

252. From the Tyrolean Battles for 

Liberty. 

Schmitzberger, Joseph, Munich. 

253. Autumn Gold. 

Schnars-Alquist, Hugo, Hamburg. 

254. Atlantic Billows. 
Schnee, Hermann, Berlin. 

255. Old Town in the Harz Moun- 

tains. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Schoenleber, 0., Karlsruhe. 

256. Enzwehr near Besigheim. 
Scholz, Richard, Munich. 

257. Portrait. 

Schraegle, Gustav, Frankfort-on-Main. 

258. Self-Portrait. 

Schreyer, Adolf, Cronberg in Taunus. 

259. Arabian Sheikh. 
Schreuer, Wilhelm, Dusseldorf. 

260. Halt in the Postoffice Yard. 

261. Hussars on the Heath. 

Schroeder, Albert, Munich. 

262. Intermission. 
Schroeter, Bernhard, Meissen. 

263. Birch Trees in the Snow. 

264. New Paint. 

Schuch, Werner, Berlin. 

265. General Seidlitz. 

266. General Zieten. 

Schuster- Woldau, Raffael, Munich. 

267. On the Heights. 

268. Diana. 

Schuster-Woldau, Georg. 

269. The Woman of the Sea. 
Seeger, Hermann, Berlin. 

270. On the Meadow's Border. 
Seel, Adolf, Dusseldorf. 

271. Courtyard in Venice. 
Simm, Franz, Munich. 

272. Napoleon holding a Small Re- 

ception at St. Cloud. 
Skarbina, Franz, Berlin. 

273. Before Departing. 

274. The Old Meadow at Karlsbad. 
Spiro, Eugen, Breslau. 

275. . Portrait of Prof. Richard Muther. 

276. Dancer. 

Spitzweg, K., Munich. 

277. Reading Hermit. 
Sterl, Robert, Dresden. 

278. At the Well. 
Struetzel, Otto, Munich. 

279. Spring. 
Thor, Walter, Munich. 

280. Self-Portrait. 

281. Portrait of a Lady. 

282. Peasant's Kitchen in the Leu- 

tasch. 

283. The Painter. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Oil Paintings and Water Colors. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Unger, Hans, Dresden. 

284. "Portrait of my Wife." 

285. Self-Portrait. 

286. Flamingoes at the Mediterranean. 

Ungewitter, Hugo, Dusseldorf. 

287. Cavalry Attack. 
Uth, Max, Berlin. 

288. Out of a Little German Town. 

289. Poplars, October Evening. 

Vogel, Hugo, Berlin. 

291. Going Home. 

292. Mother and Child. 

Vogeler, Heinrich, Worpswede. 

293. Coming Home. 

294. The Fairy Tale of Melusine. 

Vorgang, Paul, Berlin. 

295. A Stormy Day. 
Warthmueller, R., Berlin. 

296. Frederick the Great by the 

corpse of Schwerin. 

Wendling, Carl, Berlin. 

297. Portrait of an Old Senator. 
Wendling, Gustav, Dusseldorf. 

298. Zealand Interior. 

299. Springtime. 

Wenglein, Joseph, Munich. 

300. Evening in the Swamps. 
Werner, A. von, Berlin. 

301. European Congress at Berlin. 

302. Emperor William at the Mauso- 

leum in Charlottenberg. 

303. Temporary Headquarters Before 

Paris. 

304. Emperor William I. with his 

Cadets. 

305. His Majesty the Emperor Offers 

his Congratulations to General 
Count Moltke at the Celebra- 
tion of his 90th Birthday. 

306. Emperor William I. on his Death- 

bed. 

Westendorp, Fritz, Dusseldorf. 

307. Entrance to the Beguins' Yard 

(Bruges). 

Westphalen, August, Kiel. 

308. Cutting the Peat. 

Wichgraf, Fritz, Berlin. 

309. President Kreuger receiving a 

Deputation of the Boers in the 
Executive Council. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Wiesinger-Florian, Olga, Munich. 

310. Flower Beds in the Park a{ 

Grafenegg. 

Willmann, Rud. Bernard, Munich. 

311. Lobster and Turtle. 

Willroider, Josef, Munich. 

312. At the Brook. 

Willroider, Ludwig, Munich. 

313. From the Altmuehltal. 

Wirnhier, Friedrich, Munich. 

314. Children Reading. 

Wirth, Anna Marie, Munich. 

315. Antwerp Bookstore. 

Wirth, Emma, Stuttgart. 

316. Paintings on Porcelain. 

Wucherer, Fritz, Frankfort-on-Main. 

317. Morning. 

Ziegler, Karl, Berlin. 

318. Self-Portrait. 

320. Portrait of Mrs. Stutz. 

Zimmermann, Ernst, Munich. 

321. In the Fisherman's Cottage. 

322. Character Sketch. 

(Nos. 18, 31, 50, 134, 145, 186 and 316, 

are, for lack of space, installed in the 
German Section of the Varied In- 
dustries Building.) 

Water Colors. 

Bartels, Hans von, Munich. 

323. The Mower. 

Block-NiendorfF, Mathilde, Berlin. 

324. Miniatures on Ivory. 

Burger, Gertrud, Berlin. 

325. Miniatures on Ivory. 

Furh, Fr., Karlsruhe. 

326. Crayons. 

Heller, Hans, Darmstadt. 

327. Water Colors. 

Hoechstaedt, Anna, Berlin. 

328. Miniatures on Ivory. 

Kellner, Dorothea, Berlin. 

329. Enamel Miniature Portraits on 

Ivory. 



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Water Colors, Engravings and Lithographs. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Mink, Valentin, Darmstadt. 
330. Water colors. 

(Nos. 324 to 330 installed in the German 
Section of the Varied Industries Build- 
ing.) 

GROUP 10. 
ENGRAVINGS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 



Baerenfaenger, Max, Munich. 
331. Bavarian Peasant Girl. 



Wood- 



cut. 



332. 



John Chambers, Physician of 
Henry VIII of England. Etch- 
ing. 



Boerner, Franz August, Berlin. 

333. Engravings and Mezzotints. 

Cissarz, J. V., Darmstadt. 

334. Etchings and Lithographs. 

Cosomati, Ettore, Frankfort-on-Main. 

335. Autumn. 

Eilers, Gustav, Berlin. 

336. Frederick the Great Traveling. 

Engel, Otte Heinrich, Berlin. 

337. Evening Glow. 

338. Coming Home. Original Litho- 

graph. 

Eyken, Moritz van, Berlin. 

339. Death and Violin Player. 

340. Beethoven. 

Fabian, Max, Berlin. 

341. Tears. 

Feldmann, Wilhelm, Berlin. 

342. Summer Evening. 

343. Lake in tlie Mark. 

Fischer, Clara Elisabeth, Berlin. 

344. Lithographs. 

Gampert, Otto, Munich. 

345. Frame containing Three Etch- 

ings: 

(a) Brook. Etching. 

(b) At the Banks of the Dan- 
ube. Etching. 

(c) Dachauer Moos. Etching. 
345a. At the Lake. Etching. 

345b. River Landscape. Etching. 

Gentz, Ismael, Berlin. 

346. Three Portraits. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Heider, Hans von, Magdeburg. 

347. Lithographs. 

Heroux, Bruno, Leipzig. 

348. Etchings. 

Hoenemann, Martin, Berlin. 

349. Girl Reading. 

Jacoby, Louis, Berlin. 

350. Wedding of Alexander and Rox- 

ane. 

Jahn, Georg, Dresden. 

351. Pan and Child. 

352. The Dead Shepherd. 

Kresse, Oswald, Munich. 

353. Woodcut. 

354. Woodcut. 

355. Woodcut. 

Krostewitz, Fritz, Berlin. 

356. Etchings. 

Krueger, Albert, Berlin. 

357. Portrait of a Young Girl. 

358. Portrait of a Doge. 

Kuehn, Ludwig, Berlin. 

359. Paul in his Room. After Rem- 

brandt. Etching. 

360. An Old Woman. After Rem- 

brandt. Etching. 

361. Hohenzollern Castle. Original 

Lithograph. 

362. Self-Portrait. Original Litho- 

graph. 

Lent, Anna, Berlin. 

363. Artistic Posters. 

Lobedan, Emma, Berlin. 

364. Original Etching. 

Luehrig, Georg, Dresden. 

365. Poor Lazarus. 

Meyer, Hans, Berlin. 

366. Copper Etching. 
366a. Remarque Print. 
3CGb. Remarque Print. 

Mueller, Richard, Dresden. 

367. "My Quick." 

368. Exlibris. 

369. Fowl. 

370. Stuebel Boulevard. 

Oenike, Karl, Berlin. 

371. Lake. 

372. At the Brook. 

373. Meadows. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Engravings, Lithographs and Sculpture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Paczka- Wagner, Cornelia, Berlin. 

374. Etchings. 

Pietschmann, Ernst Max, Dresden. 

375. At the Brook. 

Plato, Johannes, Berlin. 

376. Intermezzo. 

377. Stag Hunt. 

Protzen, Otto, Berlin. 

378. November Storm. 

379. Coast of the Baltic Sea. 

380. At the Wannsee. 

Raah, Doris, Munich. 

381. Madonna. Copper Engraving. 

382. Female Portrait. Etching. 

Reifferscheid, Heinrich, Munich. 

383. Old Man Studying. 

384. To Annette von Drestc-Huelshof. 

Reim, Otto, Berlin. 

385. Plato's Feast. 

Sander, Theodor, Berlin. 

386. November Evening. Original 

Etching. 

Schlumprecht, Heinrich, Munich. 

387. Two Woodcuts. 

Schrader, Bertha, Dresden. 

388. Colored Lithograph. 

Seydel, Hans, Berlin. 

389. Portrait of Prof. Theodor Momm- 

sen. 

Stechow, Gertrud, Friedenau. 

390. Etchings. 

Steinhausen, Wilhelm, Frankfort-on- 
Main. 

391. Two Lithographs. 

Strobel, Konrad, Munich. 

393. Two Woodcuts in a Frame. 
Struck, Hermann. Berlin. 

393. An Old Man. Original Etching. 

394. Frame containing seven Original 

Etchings. 

Theuerkorn, Paul, Munich. 

395. The Dangerous Pianist. 

396. Awful Dream. 

Thienhaus, Rudolf, Berlin. 

397. Girl in Japanese Dress. 

398. Girl's Head. 
Vogel, Hermann, Dresden. 

399. Four Drawings. 
Werkstaetten der Kunstgewerbeschule 

(School of Artistic Handicraft), Mag- 
deburg. 

400. Lithographs. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Ziegler, Walter, Munich. 

401. Motive from Burghausen. 

402. "Wildgraben im Winter." 

(Nos. 334, 344, 347, 363, 364, 374, 388, 390 
and 400, are, for lack of space, installed 
in the German Section of the Varied 
Industries Building.) 

GROUP 11. 
SCULPTURE. 

Baumbach, Max, Berlin. 

403. Sibylla. Bronze. 

Baeumler, Geo., Frankfort-on-Main. 

404. Aphrodite. 

Begas, Reinhold, Berlin. 

405. Pan and Psyche. Bronze. 

406. Sarcophagus. Bronze Monument. 

407. Mercury. Bronze. 

408. Bismarck. Marble Bust. 

409. Moltke. Marble Bust. 

410. Portrait Bust of A. von Menzel. 

Marble. 
410a. Old German Warrior. Bronze. 
410b. The Electric Spark. (In the 

Sculpture Pavilion.) 

Behrens, Prof. Christian. 

410C. Sphinx. Bronze. (In the Ger- 
man Pavilion.) 

Berner, Eugen, Munich. 

411. Signet. "Silence." Cut in wood. 

Beyrer, Eduard, Munich. 

412. Cecilia. Marble Bust. 

Beyrer, Eduard, Munich-Gem. 

413. Bronze Bust. 

Binz, Hermann, Karlsruhe. 

414. Bronze Statue. 

Boeltzig, Reinhold, Berlin. 

415. Group for Well. Bronze. 

Bose, Prof. W., Berlin. 
415a. Speck von Sternberg, Imperial 
German Ambassador to the 
United States. (In the Sculp- 
ture Pavilion.) 

Bosselt, Rud, Dusseldorf. 

416. Sculptures. Wood and Marble. 

Bredow, Adolf, Stuttgart. 

417. Bronzes. 

Breuer, Peter, Berlin. 

418. Adam and Eve. Marble Group. 

419. Christ and the Babes. Plaster 

Cast. 



GERMANY. 



Sculpture. 



183 



Exhibit 
No. 

Bruett, A., Berlkv. 

421. Saved. Bronze. 

Burger-Hartmann, Sophie, Munich. 

422. Small Sculptures. 

Busch, Georg, Munich. 

423. The Prodigal Son. Bronze. 

Carre, Gerda, Munich. 

424. Two Bronze Statuettes. 

Christ, Fritz, Munich. 

425. Colchicum. 

Christ, Fritz, Munich. 

426. Judith. Bronze. 

Dietsche, Fridolin, Karlsruhe. 

427. Bronzes. 

Eberlein, Gustav, Berlin. 

428. God calls Adam to Life. Bronze. 

Eichler, Nelly von, Munich. 

429. Works in Bronze and Terra 

cotta. 

Epler, Heinrich, Dresden. 

430. Two Mothers. Group from the 

Flood (Original Model). 

431. Playing Child. Marble Statuette. 

Fabricius, Rich. Daniel, Dresden. 

432. Eva. Bronze Statuette, Silvered. 
Feist, Otto, Karlsruhe. 

433. Bronzes. 
Fischer, Erhard, Munich. 

434- Sculptures. Wood. 
Freese, Ernst, Berlin. 

435- In the Morning. Marble Statue. 
436. Bathing Girl. Small Marble Statu- 
ette. 

Geyger, Ernst Moritz, Florence. 

437- Baboon with Negro Mask. 
Bronze. 

438. Siren on a Dolphin. Bronze. 

Glenz, Otto, Erbach in Odenwald. 

439. Carved Ivory Figures. 

Gosen, Theodor von, Munich. 
44°' Bronze Statuettes. 

Goetz, Johannes, Berlin. 

441. Athlete. Bronze. 

442. Boy Balancing. Bronze. 

Greiner, Dr., Darmstadt. 
443- Plastics. 



Exhibit 
N«. 

Gross, Karl, Munich. 

444. Ivory Carvings. 

Habich, Ludwig, Munich. 

445. Bronzes. 

Hahn, Wilh., Munich. 

446. Bronzes. 

Hartmann, Johannes, Leipzig. 

447. Marble Bust. 

Heilmaier, Max, Munich. 

448. Pursued Bacchante. Bronze. 
Heinemann, Fritz, Berlin. 

449. Cain. Bronze. 

450. Fencer. Bronze. 

Heising, Bernhard, Berlin. 

451. The Prodigal Son. Bronze. 
Herter, E., Berlin. 

452. Dying Achilles. Marble. 
Hinterseher, Joseph, Munich. 

453. Fountain Group. Idyl in the 

Woods. 

Hoelbe, Heinr. Rudolph, Dresden. 

454. Nymph. 

Hoesel, Erich, Dresden. 

455. Hun. Small Bronze. 

456. Hun. Large Bronze. 

Hundrieser, E., Charlottenburg. 
457- Queen Louise. Marble. 
Jahn, Adolf, Berlin. 

458. Bust of Prof. P. H. 
Janensch, Gerhard, Berlin. 

459. A German Girl. Marble. 

460. The Three Children of the Artist. 

Terra cotta. 

Janssen, Ulfert, Munich. 

461. Bronze Candlestick. 

Kaufmann, Hugo, Munich. 

462. Bronze. 

Kiefer, Karl, Munich. 

463. Johannes. Bronze Bust. 
Kiemlen, Emil, Stuttgart. 

464. Repentance. 

Kindler, Ludwig, Munich. 

465. Bronzes. 

Klein, Max, Berlin. 

466. Teuton in a Roman Circus. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Sculpture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Klinger, Max, Leipzig-Plagwitz. 

467. Marble Busts. 
Kolbe, Georg, Leipzig. 

468. Marble Bust. 
Koenig, Richard, Dresden. 

469. Conquered. Group. 

470. After the Battle. Statuette. 

Koerschgen, Josef, Dusseldorf. 

471. Persian Greyhound. Bronze. 

Lepcke, Ferdinand, Berlin. 

472. Surprised. Bronze Group. 

Lessing, J., Berlin. 

473. Portrait Bust of L. Knaus. 

Marble. 

Lobach, Dr. Walter. 

473a. Portrait Bust of Prof. Theo. 
Mnmmsen. 

473b. Statuette. 
Lucas, August, Dusseldorf. 

474. Carvings. Wood. 
Maison, Rudolf, Munich. 

475. Wotan. 

Manzel, L., Charlottenburg. 

476. Evening Song. Bronze. 

Mattes, Georg, Munich-Pasing. 

477. Bronzes. 

Mayer, Rudolf, Karlsruhe. 

478. Placques and Medals. 
Merz, Karl, Munich. 

479. Repentance. 

Missfeldt, Heinrich, Kiel. 

480. Klaus Groth. Portrait Statuette. 

481. Ball Player. Statuette. 

Mceller, Hermann, Berlin. 

482. Milking the Goats. 

Nisse, Paul, Berlin. 

483. Girl with Goose. 

Oesten, Paul, Berlin. 
483a. An Hereditary Burden. Gilded 
Bronze. 

Paczka-Wagner, Cornelia, Berlin. 

484. Etchings. 

Pagels, Herm.-Joachim, Berlin. 

485. Pessimist. 

486. Snake. 

Quitmann, Helene, Berlin. 

487. Bronzes. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Roeder, Carl, Dresden. 

488. Reading Girl. 
Rudolph, B., Stuttgart. 

489. Plastics. 
Ruemann, W. von, Munich. 

490. Herme of Bismarck and Moltke. 
Schauss, Martin, Berlin. 

491. Angel of Peace. Original Bronze. 

492. Ivonne, Girl's Head. Marble. 

493. Slave. Bronze Statuette. 

Schilling, Johannes, Dresden. 

494. Danaide. Bronze. 

495. Trout. Bronze. 

496. Bronze Statues. 

Schirmer, Robert, Berlin. 

497. Ornamental Sculpture. 

Schleusing, Carl, Schoeneberg near Ber- 
lin. 

498. Copper Relief. 

Schmarje, Walther, Schmargendorf near 
Berlin. 

499. Plastics. 
Schmid, Adolf, Pforzheim. 

500. Metal Goods. 

Schmidt-Kestner, Erich, Berlin. 

501. Milking Time. 
Schott, Walter, Berlin. 

502. Ball Player. 

Schreyoegg, Georg, Munich. 

503. Fountain Group. Bronze. 

Seffner, Carl, Leipzig. 

504. Beethoven. Marble Head. 

505.' Fly Catcher. Bronze Statuette 

Starck, Constantin, Berlin. 

506. Dreaming. 

507. Miss Isadora Duncan. 

508. Flora. 

Stocker, Daniel, Stuttgart. 

509. Sculptures in Bronze and Marble. 

Sturm, Paul, Leipzig. 

510. Placques and Medals. 
Taschner, Ignatius, Munich. 

511. Bronze Statuette. 
Volkmann, Artur, Leipzig. 

512. Marble Relief. 
Volz, Professor, Karlsruhe. 

513. Plastics. 



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185 



Sculpture and Architecture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Vordermayer, Ludwig, Berlin. 

514. A Cock. 
Wadere, Heinrich, Munich. 

515. Giulia. Bronze Bust. 
Wandschneider, Wilh., Berlin. 

516. Grieving. Marble Bust. 

517. Coriolanus. Bronze. 

518. Bust. Tin. 

Wiegel, Albert, Kassel. 

519. Crystal Picture and Marble Re- 

lief. 

Weigel, Else, Munich. 

520. Bronze. 
Wenck, Ernst, Berlin. 

521. Girl Drinking-. 
522. 



Victoria. Bronze. 



Werner, Selmar, Dresden. 

523. Portrait Herme. Marble. 

524. Portrait of the Painter Hans 

Unger. Bronze. 

Wuensche, Emil, Munich. 

525. Russian Greyhounds. 

(Nos. 411, 413, 414, 416, 417, 422, 424, 426, 
427, 429, 433, 434, 439, 440, 443, 444, 445, 
446, 447. 453, 461, 462, 465, 467, 468, 474, 
477, 478, 484, 487, 489, 490, 497, 498, 499, 
500, 509, 510, 511, 512, 513, 519 and 520 
are. for lack of space, installed in the 
German Section of the Varied Indus- 
tries Building.) 

GROUP 12. 
ARCHITECTURE. 

Billing, Herm., Karlsruhe. 

526. Architectural Designs. 
Birkenholz, Peter, Munich. 

527. Interiors of the Villa von Hess- 

lin, Nen-Wittelsbach. 

Breslauer and Salinger, Berlin. 

528. Sailor's Home, Wilhelmshaven. 
Cremer and WolfFenstein, Berlin. 

529. Front of t he Probsteigebaeude 

St. Hedwig at Berlin. 

Duelfer, Martin, Munich. 

530. Theatre in Meran (Tyrol). 

Water color. 

531. Building of the Allgemeine Zei- 

tung. 

532. Zoological Garden in the Her- 

zogspark, Munich. Plan. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Erdmann and Spindler, Berlin. 

533- Hall of the Brewery Moabit A. 
G. Berlin. Perspective Views. 

Fuerstenau, Eduard, Berlin. 

534. Synagogue in Dortmund. 
Gensmer, Felix, Berlin. 

535- Foyer of the Royal Theatre at 

Wiesbaden. 

536. Girl's High School at Wiesbaden. 

Graessel, Hans, Munich. 

537. The New City Orphanage at 

Munich. 

538. Private Residence at Beethoven 

Street, Munich. 

Hartmann, Arnold, Berlin. 

539- Bismarck Monument Tower. 

540. Bismarck Column in Cologne. 

Hasack, Max, Berlin. 

541. Reichsbank, Cologne. 

542. Reichsbank, Berlin. 

Hauberrisser, Georg van, Munich. 

543. New City Hall. Sketch. 
Hempel, Oswin, Dresden. 

544. Architectural Designs. 
Koenig and Soeldner, Munich. 

545. Architectural Design. 

546. Architectural Design. 

547. Architectural Design. 

Kreis, Wilh., Dresden. 

548. Architectural Design. 

549. Architectural Design. 

550. Architectural Design. 

Lahrs, Friedrich, Charlottenburg. 

551. Perspective Sketch of the Schleu- 

sengehoeft Kl. Machnow. 

March, Otto, Berlin. 

552. Architectural Design. 

553. Architectural Design. 

554. Architectural Design. 

555. Architectural Design. 

556. Architectural Design. 

557. Architectural Design. 

Mayenburg, Georg H. von, Dresden. 

558. Architectural Design. 

559. Architectural Design. 

560. Architectural Design. 

561. Architectural Design. 

Michel, Richard, Frankfort-on-Ober. 

562. "Muri-Amthof zu Bremgarten." 

(Switzerland.) 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Architecture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Moehring, Bruno, Berlin. 

563. Two Architectural Designs. 

Mueller, Albin, Magdeburg. 

564. Sketches of Country Homes and 

Interiors. 

Mueller, William, Berlin. 

565. Bismarck Monument at Ham- 

burg. 

Olbrich, Joseph M., Darmstadt. 

566. Architectural Sketches and Prints. 

Pfann, Paul (Architect) and E. Pfeifer 
(Sculptor), Munich. 

567. Ludwigsbrunnen in Aschaffen- 

burg. 

Pietzsch, Martin, Dresden. 

568. Monument. Water color 
569 



Water color. 



Private Residence. 

Rank, Gebrueder, Munich. 

570. Views. 

Rank, Franz, and Eduard Beyrer, Munich. 

571. Plan for the Bismarck Monument 

at Hamburg. 

Rieth, Otto, Berlin. 

572. View of the Staudt-Palais. 

Royal Prussian Messbild-Anstalt, Berlin. 

573. Fifty Photographic Enlargements 

of Pictures of German Build- 
ings. 

Royal Prussian Ministry of Public Works, 
Berlin. 

Four Architectural Designs in 
Water color. 



574- 



Schleinitz, Richard, Dresden. 

575. Evangelical Church at Moritz- 

burg near Dresden. 

Schmidt, Baron von, Heinrich, Munich. 

576. St. Maximilian's Church in Mu- 

nich. 

Schumacher, Fritz, Dresden. 

577. Studies and Architectural De- 

signs. 

Seidl, Emanuel, Munich- 

578. House of Emanuel Seidl and six 

views of the Augustiner Braeu 
at Munich. 
578a. Villa von Lenbach. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Seidl, Gabriel von, Munich. 

579. National Museum, Munich. 
579a. Door from St. Ann. 

579b. Villa of the late Franz von Len- 
bach. 

Seliger, Max, Leipzig. 

580. Crucifix. 

581. St. Michael. 

582. Barbarossa. 

Senf, Richard, Munich. 

583. One Plan (Perspective). 

Solf & Wichards, Berlin. 

584. Wilhelmahouse at Berlin. 

Spalding and Grenander, Berlin. 

585. Colored Drawings. 
Struebe, Hermann, Karlsruhe. 

586. Sketches and Designs. 

Thyriot, Franz, Berlin. 

587. Two Architectural Designs. 

Voretzch, Felix Reinhold, Dresden. 

588. Residence of Mrs. von Nostiz- 

Wallwitz. 

(Nos. 526, 527, 544, 551, 557, 564, 566, 585 
and 586 are, for lack of space, installed 
in the German Section of the Varied 
Industries Building.) 

GROUP 14. 

ORIGINAL OBJECTS OF ART 
WORKMANSHIP. 

Ankermann, Elizabeth, Berlin. 
588a. Writing Maps. Leather Art 
Work. 

Bastian, Charles, Strassburp-. I. E. 

589. Inlaid Table. 

Behrens, Lilli, Dusseldorf. 

590. Colored Paper for Bookbinding. 

Behrens, Peter, Prof., Dusseldorf. 

591. Artistic Decoration of the Ger- 

man Catalogue. 

Berger, A., Jeweler, Dresden. 

59a. Enameled Silver Ink Stand and 
Penholder. 

Bertrand, Jeweler, Dresden. 

593. Hammer, Bell and Cup in Silver. 

Braunerova, Zdenka, Roztek near 
Prague. 

594. Liquor Set. 



GERMANY. 



187 



Applied Arts. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Depperman, Henny, Berlin. 

595- Fan. 

Egidy, Emmy von, Munich. 

596. Ceramics. 

Erler, Margarethe, Berlin. 

597. Fans. 

Fehrmann, Fritz, Tilsit, East Prussia. 

598. Gold and Amber Jewelry. 

Goldmann, Clara, Berlin. 

599. Wall Mirror. 

Hansinp^, J., Hanover. 

600. Bible, leather bound. 

H eider, Fritz von, Magdeburg. 

601. Art Ceramics. 

Heider, Hans von, Magdeburg. 

602. Porcelain Goods. 

Heider, Rudolf von, Elberfeld. 

603. Ceramics. 

Hochstaedt, Anna, Berlin. 

604. Fans. 

Hulbe, Georg, Hamburg. 

605. Art Leather Goods. 

Keudell, Marie von, Berlin. 

606. Screen. 

Kirschner, Marie, Berlin. 

607. Glass Vases and Art Glasses. 

Komhas, C, Prof., Karlsruhe. 

608. Art Ceramics. 

Laeuger, Max, Prof., Karlsruhe. 

610. Art Pottery. 

Lehnert, Hildegard, Berlin. 

611. Ceramics. 

Lobedan, Clara, Berlin. 

612. Ceramics. 

Macco, Robert, Heidelberg. 

613. Intarsian (Inlaid Work). 

Magnussen, W., Bremen. 
614- Art Pottery. 

Mau, Jeweler to the Court, Dresden. 
615. Silver Ink-stand and Penholder. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Milde, Jeweler, Dresden. 

616. Hammer and Bell in Silver and 

Ivory. 

Mueller-Salem, Jul., Pforsheim. 

617. Metal Work. 

Mutz, Hermann, Altona a. Elbe. 

618. Art Pottery. 

Oesterreich, Bookbinder to the Court, 
and Berger, Jeweler, Dresden. 

619. Golden Book of the City of Dres- 

den. 

Pirmer & Franz, Dresden. 

620. Silver and Bronze Box. 

Pankok, B., Prof., Stuttgart. 

621. Pillow woven in Silk. 

Peiler, Marie Victoria, Berlin. 

622. Fans. 

Randhahn, Kurt, Bunzlau, Silesia, and 
Eisenberg, S.-A. 

623. Ceramics. 

Reichsdruckerei, Berlin (Imperial Print- 
ing Office). 

624. Bookbindings. 

Sapatka, Else, Munich. 

625. Jewel Box. 

Scharvogel, J. J., Munich. 

626. Ceramics. 

Schmidt-Pecht, Elisabeth, Konstanz. 

627. Art Pottery. 

Schmuz-Baudiss, Theo., Charlottenburg. 

628. Porcelain, decorated under the 

glaze. 

SchoU NachfL, Educurd, Karlsruhe and 

Durlach. 

629. Bookbindings. 

Schuetze, Use, Charlottenburg. 

630. Bed Screen. 

Schwarz, Rudolf, Munich. 

631. Letter Weights. 

Seidler, Hermann, Konstanz. 

632. Art Pottery. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Applied Arts. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Sivers, Clara von, Halensee, Berlin. 

633. Specimens of Hand Weaving. 

Staedtische gewerbliche Fortbildungs- 
schule, Stuttgart (Woman's Section). 

634. Art Pottery. 

"Sylter Hausfleissverein," Isle of Sylt. 

635. Woven Woolen Covers and Pil- 

lows. 

Vollbehr, Ernst, St. Heinrich at Starn- 
berg Lake, Bavaria. 

636. Specimens of Hand Weaving. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Weinzierl, Franz Xaver, Munich. 

637. Bookbindings. 

638. Carved Leather. 

Workshops of the School of Decorative 
Arts, Magdeburg. 

639. Vases. 

640. Fountain Niche. 

(Nos. 592, 593, 615, 616, 619 and 620 are 

installed in the German Section of the 
Fine Arts Building. The remaining 
exhibits of this group are, for lack of 
space, installed in the German Section 
in the Varied Industries Building.) 



GREAT BRITAIN 



President of the Royal Commission 
H. R. H. The Prince of Wales, K. G. 



Chairman of the Royal Commission 
The Right Hon. Viscount Peel 



Commissioner-General and Secretary of the Royal Commission 
Colonel C. M. Watson, C. B., C. M. G., R. E. 



Art Committee. {Depart7?ie7it B.) 

Sir Edward J. Poynter, Bart., P. R. A., H. R. S. A., Chairmatt. 

Edwin Abbey, Esq., R. A. 

Sir L. Alma Tadema, R. A., H. R. S. A. 

Sir Wyke Bayliss, P. R. B. A. 

Francis Bate, Esq., Hon. Sec. N. E. A. Club. 

Thomas Brock, Esq., R. A. 

Walter Crane, Esq., R. W. S., P. Ans a.iJ Crafts E. Soc. 

Frank Dicksee, Esq., R. A. 

Sir Thomas Drew, P. R. H. A. 

Fred. a. Eaton, Esq., (Sec. R. A.), Hon. Secretary. 

E. J. Gregory, Esq., R. A., P. R. I. 

Sir F. Seymour Haden, P. R. E. 

T. G. Jackson, Esq., R. A. 

J. MacWhirter, Esq., R. A., H. R. S. A. 

W. Q. Orchardson, Esq., R. A., H. R. S. A. 

Val C. Prinsep, Esq., R. A. 

Frank Short, Esq., R. E. 

Isidore Spielmann, Esq., F. S. A., Hon. Secretary. 

Frank Walton, Esq., R. I., P. S. O. P. 

Sir E. a. Waterlow, R. A., P. R. W. S. 

Aston Webb, Esq., R. A., P. R. I. B. A. 

Resident Representative of Art Committee 
Reginald S. Hunt, Esq. 



Sub - Committee Jor Group 14. -^ 

{Original Objects of Art- Workmanship.) 

Walter Crane, Esq., R. W. S., Pres. Arts and Crafts Exhibition 

Society, Chairtnan. 
W. A. S. Benson, Esq. 
Walter Cave, Esq. 

George Frampton, Esq., R. A. * 

Edward S. Prior, Esq., Hon. Secretary. 
Halsey Ricardo, Esq. 
C. F. A. VoYSEY, Esq. 
Emery Walker, Esq. 

Resident Representative of Applied Art Sub-Committee 
Alfred A. Longden, Esq. 

Exhibits Installed in the British Section are not in Competition for Awards. 

For information regarding exhibits for sale, apply to the representatives of the British 
Art Section at the office in Gallery 82. 



GREAT BRITAIN 



EAST PAVILION. 

Galleries 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82 and 83; 
also Galleries J and K. 

Oil Paintings. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Oil Paintings. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Adams, W. H., Worcester. 

1. "The winter sunlight mellows ere 

it dies." 

Alexander, Robert, R. S. A., Slateford. 

2. Drowsie Cronies. Lent by Rob- 

ert Usher, Esq. 

Allan, Robert W., R. W. S., London. 

3. Sailing into Port. 

Alma-Tadema, Sir Lawrence, R. A., 
London. 

4. The Coliseum. Lent by J. D. 

Archbold, Esq. 

5. Caracalla. Lent by George T. 

Oliver, Esq. 

6. The Shrine of Venus. Lent by 

Louis E. Raphael, Esq. 

Alma-Tadema, Lady, London. 

7. A Ring at the Door. Lent by 

Messrs. A. Tooth & Sons. 

Appleyard, Fred, London. 

8. Easter Time. 

Aumonier, J., R. I., London. 

9. A Lonely Heath. 

Bacon, J. H. F., A. R. A., London. 

10. A Romance. 

11. The Homage-Giving, Westminster 

Abbey: Coronation of Edward 
Vn. Lent by the Artist. 

Barclay, Edgar, London. 

13. "The hunted hind, weary but free." 



Exhibit 
No. 

Bate, Francis, Hon. Sec. New English 
Art Club, London. 

13. Through the Trees. 

Bayliss, Sir Wyke, P. R. B. A., London. 

14. The Sanctuary in the Certosa 

Pavia. 

Beadle, James, P. B., London. 

15. Coronation Day-: Trumpeters of 

the Blues Heading the Pro- 
cession. 

Beattie-Brown, W., R. S. A. Edinburgh. 

16. In Strath Tummell. "The evening 

cloud with rosy blush." Lent 
by John Stewart Smith, Esq. 

Bellingham-Smith, H., London. 

17. Richmond, Yorkshire. 

Bone, H. A., London. 

18. Sir Launcelot. "Morte d'Arthur." 

Book XVII, Chap. XV. 

Bowen, Miss L., London. 

19. Moonrise on the Lagoon, Venice. 

Bramley, Frank, A. R. A., Grasmere. 

20. Sleep. Lent by Andrew Carnegie, 

Esq. 

21. "The rose is beauty, the Gardener 

Time." — Austin Dobson. Lent 
by Charles Chalmers, Esq. 

Brangwyn, Frank, A. R. A., London. 

22. The Cider Press. Lent by Alfred 

East, Esq., A. R. A. 

Brock, C. Edmond, London. 

23. Portrait of Aston Webb, Esq., 

R. A., P. R. I. B. A. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Brock, William, London. 

24. View on the Seine, Normandy. 
Brough, R., London. 

25. Fantaise en Folie. 

Brown, Arnesby, A. R. A., Great Yar- 
mouth. 

26. Full Summer. Lent by the Cor- 

poration of Nottingham. 

Brown, A. K., A. R. S. A., Glasgow. 

27. A Highland Solitude. 
Brown, H. H., London. 

28. The Right Reverend Monseignor 

Patterson, Bishop of Emmaus. 

Bundy, Edgar, R. L, London. 

29. The Discovery of Grinling Gib- 

bons by John Evelyn, January, 
1671. 

Burne-Jones, Sir Edward, Bart, (de- 
ceased). 

30. The Dream of Launcelot at the 

Chapel of the San Grael. Lent 
by W. Graham Robertson, Esq. 

31. Flamma Vestalis. Lent by the 

Right Hon. Lord Davey. 

Burne-Jones, Sir Philip, Bart., London. 

32. Portrait of Sir Edward Burne- 

Jones, Bart. Lent by the Artist. 

33. Portrait of Mr. Rudyard Kipling. 

Lent by Lady Burne-Jones. 

Cameron, D. Y., Kippen, Stirlingshire. 

34. The Avenue. 

Cameron, Hugh, R. S. A., Edinburgh. 

35. A Cool Summer Day. 

Canziani, Mrs., London. 

36. The Voice of the Woods. 

Chapman, Louisa G., London. 

37. Peonies. 

Charles, James, Chichester. 

38. Old England. 

Charlton, John, London. 
39- The End of a Glorious Reign: 
The Funeral of Queen Victoria. 
February 2, 1901. 

Christie, J. E., Glasgow. 
40. The Pied Piper of Hamelin. Lent 
by Robert H. Brechin, Esq. 

Christie, Robert, R. B. A., London. 

41- Love's Labor Lost. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Clausen, George, A. R. A., Newport, 
Essex. 

42. The Rick Yard. 

43. Dusk. Lent by John D. Milburn, 

Esq. 

Cockerell, S. Pepys, London. 

44. Lost. 

Cole, Rex Vicat, R. B. A., London. 

45. Fishing in the Wharfe, near Bol- 

ton Abbey, Yorkshire. 

Collier, Hon. John, London. 

46. The Prodigal Daughter. 

Cooper, Byron, Cheshire. 

47. Godrevy Light, CornwaK 

Cope, A. S., A. R. A., London. 

48. Portrait of Lady Hickman. Lent 

by Sir Alfred Hickman, Bart., 
M. P. 

49. Portrait of Vice-Admiral Sir John 

Fisher, G. C. B. Lent by Lady 
Fisher. 

Corbet, M. Ridley, A. R. A. (deceased). 

50. Sunrise. Lent by Mrs. M. Ridley 

Corbet. 

Corbet, Mrs. M. Ridley, London. 

51. "Who that beheld that sun upon 

thee set, 
Fair Athens! could thine evening 
face forget!" 

Cotman, F. G., R. I., London. 

52. Rievaulx, Yorkshire. 

Coventry, R. M. G., R. S. W., Glasgow. 

53. The Heart of the Trossachs. Lent 

by G. Crookston, Esq. 

Crane, Walter, R. W. S., London. 

54. Peace. 

Da Costa, John, London. 

55. Una and the Wood Gods. 
Davies, E., R. L, Leicester. 

56. An Old Monmouthshire Canal near 

Abergavenny. Lent by Basil 
Ellis, Esq. 

Davis, H. W. B., R. A., Radnor. 

57. Summer Evening on the French 



58. 



Coast. 
British Wild Cattle. 



Dewhurst, Wynford, R. B. A., Leighton 
Buzzard. 

59. Souvenirs of Wiesbaden. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Dicksee, Frank, R. A., London. 

60. La Belle I>ame sans Merci. 

Dickson, F., R. B. A., Stratford-on-Avon. 

61. Burning Weeds. 
Dillon, Frank, R. I., London. 

62. The Two Memnons, Thebes. 

Docharty, A. B., R. S. W., Glasgow. 

63. Winter Sunshine, Glen Finlas. 

64. The Brook. 

Dollman, J. C, R. I., London. 

65. Mowgli made Leader of the 

Bandar-Log. (The Jungle Book: 
Rudyard Kipling.) 

Downie, Patrick, R. S. W., Skelmorlie. 

66. An Old Port on the Clyde. 

Draper, Herbert, London. 

67. The Sea Maiden. 

East, Alfred, A. R. A., London. 

68. The Edge of the Somme. 

69. Gibraltar from Algeciras. Lent by 

the Corporation of Liverpool. 

Eastman, F. S., London. 

70. Portrait of Mrs. Alfred Robinson. 

Lent by Alfred Robinson, Esq. 

Elias, A., London. 

71. The Flock: Summer Afternoon. 

Farquharson, David, A. R. S. A., Sennen 
Cove, Land's End. 

72. Summer Showers, Ben Venue. 

Lent by Messrs. Arthur Tooth 
& Sons. 

73. A Cornish Valley. Lent by Messrs. 

Arthur Tooth & Sons. 

Farquharson, J., A. R. A., London. 

74. "The struggling moonbeams' misty 

light." 

75. "Across the snow they travel 

wearily and slow." 

Fergusson, J. D., R. B. A., Edinburgh. 

76. A Square in Cadiz: Moonlight. 
Fildes, Luke, R. A., London. 

77. Portrait of Mrs. James Reynolds 

and her Daughter Lelia. Lent 
by James Reynolds, Esq. 

Fisher, S. Melton, London. 

78. The Chess Players. Lent by the 

Corporation of Liverpool. 

Fletcher, B., Enfield. 

79. Sacrament Sunday. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Foottet, Fred, R. B. A., London. 

80. "Ere Twilight Crowns the Night." 

T o s t o n Vale, Cumberland, 
Wordsworth's Country. 

Forbes, Stanhope A., A. R. A., Penzance. 

81. Off to Skibbereen. 

82. The Hay Cart. Lent by John 

Hutton Balfour-Browne, Esq., 
K. C. 

Forbes, Mrs. Stanhope A., A. R. W. S^ 
Penzance. 

83. The Dream Princess. 

Fox, E. Phillips, London. 

84. A Love Story. 

Fry, Roger E., London. 

85. St. George and the Dragon. 
Fulton, David, R. S. W., Glasgow. 

86. Autumn Sunshine. 

87. Autumn Morning, West High- 

lands. 

Furse, Charles W,, A. R. A., Camberley. 

88. Return from the Ride. 

89. Portrait of Vice-Admiral Lord 

Charles Beresford, C. B., K. C. 
V. O. Lent by Lord Charles 
Beresford, C. B., K. C. V. O. 

Garratt, A., London. 

90. The King's Yeoman. 

Gibb, Robert, R. S. A., Edinburgh. 

91. Hougomont, 1815. Lent by E. B. 

Low, Esq. 

92. Saving of the Colors by the Guards 

at Inkermann. Lent by the 
Frederick Hotels Co. 

Glazebrook, H. de T., London. 

93. Portrait of Mrs. Montrose Cloete. 

Lent by Montrose Cloete, Esq. 

Goodwin, Albert, R. W. S., Ilfracombe. 

94. Sinbad in the Valley of Diamonds 

(The Arabian Nights Tales). 
Lent by the Corporation of 
Maidstone, Kent. 

Gore, W. Henry, R. B. A. 

95. Stolen Kisses are tlie Sweetest. 

Gotch, T. C, Shottermill. 

96. Holy Motherhood. 

Gow, A. C, R. A., London. 

97. Washington's Farewell to the 

Army. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Grace, J. E., R. B. A., London. 

98. Evening's Twilight. 

Graham, Peter, R. A., H. R. S. A., Lon- 
don. 

99. In the Highlands. 
100. Restless Surges. 

Graham, T., H. R. S. A., London. 

loi. The Passing Salute, Bell Rock 
Lighthouse. Lent by Mrs. 
Lawrie. 

Gregory, E. J., R. A., P. R. I., London. 

102. Boulter's Lock on the Thames: 

Sunday Afternoon. Lent by C. 
J. Galloway, Esq. 

Hacker, A., A. R. A., London. 

103. Leaf Drift. 

104. Portrait of Mrs. O. Maxwell 

Ayrton. 

Haite, G. C, R. B. A., London. 

105. Queen Victoria's Jubilee: Pro- 

cession passing the Houses of 
Parliament, Westminster. 

Hale, E.. Matthew, Godalming. 

106. The Conqueror's Horses. 
Haley, Henry J., London. 

107. The Engraving Apprentice. 

Hall, Fred, Dorking. 

108. Lowland Pastures. 

109. The Duck Pond. 

Harcourt, G., Bushey. 

no. A Wanderer. 

111. Dawn. 

Hare, St. George, R. I., London. 

112. Maids Who Love the Moon. 

Hartrick, A. S., London. 

113. The Undiscovered Country. 

Hatherell, William, R. L, London. 

114. A River Picnic. 

Hayes, Edwin, R. H. A., R. I., London. 

115. Spanish Fishing Fleet off Sueritif 

Mountain, Coast of Spain. 

Hayward, A. F. W., Winchester. 

116. Peonies. 

Hemy, C. Napier, A. R. A., Falmouth. 

117- The Pilot. Lent by Thos. F. 
Blackwell, Esq. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Henderson, J. Morris, Glasgow. 

118. Near Ballantrae, Ayrshire, Scot- 

land. 

Henderson, John, Glasgow. 

119. Landscape — An Ayrshire Stream. 
Henderson, Joseph, R. S. W., Glasgow. 

120. Wind and Rain. 

121. The Flowing Tide. Lent by the 

Corporation of Glasgow. 

Henry, James L., London. 

122. Winter Quarters, St. Ives, Corn- 

wall. 

Herkomer, H, von, C. V. O., R. A., R. 
W. S., Bushey. 

123. The Makers of My House. 

124. Watching the Invaders. 

124a. Portrait of the Duke of Somer- 
set. Lent by Her Grace the 
Duchess of Somerset. 

Hewett, Miss M., London. 

125. Prospects of Punch. 
Hill, J. S., R. I., London. 

126. Near Yarmouth. 
Hobkirk, Stuart, St. Ives. 

127. In the Paris Flower Markets. 
Holman-Hunt, W., London. 

128. May Morning on Magdalen 

Tower, Oxford. 

Hook, J. C, R. A., Farnham. " 

129. The Sea-mew's Nest. 
Hughes, Talbot, London. 

130. Played Out. Lent by S. White, 

Esq. 

Hunter, Colin, A. R. A., London. 

131. Voices of the Sea. 

Hunter, J. Young, Newmarket. 

132. Forest Lovers. 

Hunter, Mrs. J. Young, Newmarket. 

133. "Where Shall Wisdom be 

Found?" 

Jenkins, Blanche, London. 

134. Her Morning Ride. 
John, A. E., London. 

135. Portrait of Professor John Mac- 

donald Mackay. Lent by the 
University Club, Liverpool. 

Johnson, E. Borough, R. B. A., London. 

136. Eventide. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Joy, G. W., London. 

137. Griselda: "Flower of wifely pa- 

tience." — Chaucer. 

Kay, Archibald, R. S. W. 

138. Flood in Highlands of Scotland. 

139. Springtime in Glen Lochy, Perth- 

shire. 

Kemp-Welch, Lucy E., R. B. A., Bushey. 

140. The Incoming Tide. 

Kennington, T. B., London. 

141. Serena, fovmd of Savages. "Faerie 

Queen." — Spenser. 

King, Yeend, V. P. R. I., London. 

142. Christchurch, Hants. 

Laidlay, W. J., R. B. A., London. 

143. A French Windmill. 

La Thangue, H. H., A. R. A., Petworth. 

144. Tucking the Rick. Lent by 

Thomas Blackwell, Esq. 

145. A Sawing Horse. Lent by C. J. 

Galloway, Esq. 

Leader, B. W., R. A., Gomshall, near 
Guilford. 

146. Sunset After Rain. 

147. Southward from Surrey's pleas- 

ant hills. 

Lee, Sydney, London. 

148. The Two Brewers. 
Leighton, Lord, P. R. A. (deceased). 

149. Perseus and Pegasus with the 

Head of Medusa. Lent by the 
Corporation of Leicester. 

150. Perseus and Andromeda. Lent 

by Messrs. Arthur Tooth & 
Sons. 

151. Clytemnestra. Lent by the Leigh- 

ton House Committee. 

Lenfestey, Giffard H., R. B. A., London. 

152. By the Cornish Sea. "All sand 

and cliff and deep in running 
cave." — Tennyson. 

Leslie, G. D., R. A., Wallingford. 

153' The Lily Pond. 

154. In Time of War. Lent by Fran- 

cis James Fry, Esq., D. L., J. P. 

Liddell, T. Hodson, Pershore. 

155. Borderland. "Fair Eskdale, up 

and down." 



Exhibit 
No. 

Lindner, Moffat, London. 

156. The Flowing Tide. 

Linton, Sir James D., R. I., London. 

157. Washing the Beggars' Feet on 

Maundy Thursday. 

Llewellyn, W., London. 

158. Portrait of Mrs. Arthur Blom- 

field. 

Logsdail, W., London. 

159. A Hot Morning on the Zattere, 

Venice. 

Longstaff, J., London. 

160. Portrait of a Lady. 

Lorimer, John, R. S. A., Edinburgh. 

161. The White Lady. 

162. Idyll, Autumn. 

Loudan, Mouat, London. 

163. "Alas! That Spring should van- 

ish with the Rose! 
That Youth's sweet-scented man- 
uscript should close!" — Omar 
Khayyam. Lent by the Cor- 
poration of Liverpool. 

Lucas, J. Seymour, R. A., R. I., London. 

164. "God rest ye, merry gentlemen, 

Let nothing you dismay." Lent 
by Alfred F. Bird, Esq. 

Macarthur, Lindsay G., Broadway. 

165. The End of the Parish. 

Macbeth, R. W., R. A., R. W. S., London. 

166. When Love Makes Hay With the 

Sunshine. 

Maclean, Alexander, R. B. A., London. 

167. A Land Breeze. 

Macwhirter, J., R. A., H. R. S. A., Lon- 
don. 

168. An Alpine Meadow. 

McCormick, Arthur D., H. R. B. A., 

London. 

169. The Fairies' Dance. 
Manning, W. Westley, R. B. A., London. 

170. The Golden Hour. "When the 

bright sunset fills the silver 
woods with light." 

McEvoy, A. A., Shrivenham. 

171. The Engraving. Lent by J. Staats 

Forbes, Esq. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

McEwan, Tom, R. S. W., Glasgow. 

172. A Favoured Guest. (Scotch In- 

terior.) Lent by John Tullis, 
Esq. 

173. "She pauses oft when at her 

wheel, 
To think on him she lo'es so 
weel." 

McGregor, R., R. S. A., Edinburgh. 

174. Shrimpers on the Coast of Brit- 

tany. 

175. Shrimp Dredgers. 

McTaggart, Wm., R. S. A., Broomie- 
knowe. 

176. Wet Sands, Machrihanish Bay. 

Meade, Arthur, St. Ives, Cornwall. 

177. A Wind-swept Shore. Lent by 

the Corporation of Preston. 

Michie, J. Coutts, A. R. S. A., London. 

178. Autumn Shadows. 

179. The Wane of Sunset. 

Millais, Sir J. E., Bart., P. R. A. (de- 
ceased). 

180. Chill October. Lent by the Rt. 

Hon. Lord Armstrong. 

181. Diana Vernon. Lent by Cecil 

Sebag Montefiore, Esq. 

182. Murthly Water. View of a 

stretch of the Tay. Lent by 
Pandeli RalH, Esq. 

183. Portrait of J. C. Hook, Esq., R. A. 

Lent by J. C. Hook, Esq., R. A. 

184. Portrait of Sir James Paget, Bart. 

Lent by the Governors of St. 
Bartholomew's Hospital. 

185. Portrait of the late Cardinal New- 

man. Lent by His Grace the 
Duke of Norfolk, K. G. 

Moira, Professor Gerald, London. 

186. The King's Daughter. 

Moore, Albert (deceased). 

187. The Quartette. A painter's tribute 

to music. Lent by Mrs. William 
Coltart. 

Moore, Henry A. (deceased). 

188. St. Alban's Race. Lent by Mrs. 

Florence M. A. Luker. 

189. Storm Brewing. Lent by Mrs. 

Florence M. A. Luker. 

Mostyn, Tom, London. 

190. Unsolved. Lent by James Gres- 

ham, Esq. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Muirhead, David, London. 

191. The Lost Piece of Silver. Lent 

by C. H. Moore, Esq. 

Murray, David, A. R. A., A. R. S. A., 
London. 

192. The Braes of Yarrow. 

193. Bolton Abbey, from Hartington's 

Seat. 

Normand, Ernest, London. 

194. On the Threshold. 

Normand, Mrs. Ernest. See Rae, Hen- 
rietta. 

Nowell, Arthur T., London. 

195. Collin and Wilfred Nowell. 

Olivier, Herbert A., London. 

196. Portrait of Mrs. Barclay Peat. 

Olsson, Julius, R. B. A., St. Ives, Corn- 
wall. 

197. Storm. 

Orchardson, Chas. Q., R. B. A., London. 

198. Story of a Rose. 

Orchardson, W, Q., R. A., H. R. S. A., 
London. 

199. The Borgia. Lent by J. Murray, 

Esq. 

200. Portrait of Sir Walter Gilbey, 

Bart. Presented to him by His 
Majesty, King Edward VTI, 
then Prince of Wales. Sub- 
scribed for by 1,300 contributors 
in recognition of his services 
to horse breeding. 

201. Portrait of Sir David Stewart, 

late Provost of Aberdeen. Lent 
by the Corporation of Aberdeen. 

Orpen, William, London. 

202. The Fracture. Lent by Captain 

G. C. Swinton. 

Ouless, Walter W., R. A., London. 

203. Portrait of Mrs. E. M. Denny. 

Lent by Edward M. Denny, Esq. 

204. Portrait of the late Cardmal 

Manning. 

Park, Stuart, Kilmarnock. 

205. Purple Cineraria. Lent by John 

Wishart, Esq. 

Parsons, Alfred, A. R. A., London. 

206. Brown Autumn. 
Parton, Ernest, London. 

207. A Mountain Pool. 

208. In the Tangled Wild Wood. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Perugini, C. E., London. 

209. The World Forgetting. 

Perugini, Mrs. C. E., London. 

210. Portrait of Barbara, Daughter of 

Mr. and Mrs. George Bancroft. 

Pickering, J. L., London. 

211. The Peaks of Evisa, Corsica: 

Winter's First Caress. 

Poynter, Sir Edward J., Bart., P. R. A., 
London. 

212. The Greek Dance. 

213. The Catapult: Siege of Carthage. 

Lent by Sir C. Furness, M. P. 

214. The Cave of the Storm Nymphs. 

Lent by James Gresham, Esq. 

Price, Julius M., London. 

215. Viaticum. 

Prinsep, Val. C, R. A., London. 

216. Venetian Women After Their 

Day's Work. "Dans Venise la 
rouge." — Alfred de Musset. 

Proctor, Adam E., R. B. A., Guilford. 

217. The Gift of the Sea. 

Rae, Henrietta (Mrs. E. Normand), Lon- 
don. 

218. The Sirens. 

Raid, Flora M., Polperro. 

219. Charity — "For the Sick and 

Needy." 

Reid, Sir George, R. S. A., Edinburgh. 

220. Portrait of W. W. Robertson, 

Esq., Master of the Merchant 
Company of Edinburgli, 1895- 
1897. Lent by the Merchant 
Company of Edinburgh. 

221. Portrait of Tom Morris. Lent 

by the Royal and Ancient Golf 
Club of St. Andrews, Fife, N. B. 

Reid, G. Ogilvie, R. S. A., Edinburgh. 

222. Prince Charlie's Flight. Lent by 

W. Wotherspoon, Esq. 

223. The Gordons' Warning. Lent by 

W. Wotherspoon, Esq. 

Reid, John R., R. I., Polperro. 

224. Rival Grandfathers. Lent by the 

Corporation of Liverpool. 

Richmond, Sir W. B., K. C. B., R. A., 
London. 

225. Venus and Anchises. Lent by 

the Corporation of Liverpool. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Riviere, Briton, R. A., London. 

226. Aphrodite. Lent by Sir Alfred 

Hickman, Bart., M. P. 

227. Temptation in the Wilderness. 

Lent by the Corporation of 
London. 

Riviere, Hugh G., London. 

228. Portrait of Alex. B. W. Kennedy, 

Esq., F. R. S., LL. D., Emeritus 
Professor of Engineering in 
University College, London. 
Lent by Dr. Alex. B. W. Ken- 
nedy, F. R. S. 

Robertson, Tom, R. B. A., London. 

229. The Golden Moon. 
Robinson, Douglas, London. 

230. Lavacourt by Moonlight. Lent 

by the Hon. Mr. Justice Darl- 
ing. 

Rooke, H. K., R. B. A., Sutton. 

231. The End of the Day: Bosham. 
Roos, Eva (Mrs. Vedder), London. 

232. Home Lessons. 
Rothenstein, William, London. 

233. The Doll's House. 
Russell, Walter W., London. 

234. The Duck Pond. 
Sandys, Frederick, R. I. 

235. Valkyrie. Lent by Edward M. 

Denny, Esq. 

Sant, James, R. A., London. 

236. Scene from Enoch Arden. Lent 

by G. W. Brown, Esq. 

237. Head of Napoleon. Lent by the 

Right Honorable The Earl of 
Rosebcry, K. G. 

Schafer, H. T., London. 

238. A Spray of Blossoms. 

Shapland, John, Exeter. 

239. Fairy Led. Lent by Richmond 

White, Esq. 

Shaw, J. Byam, R. I., London. 

240. Boer War, 1900. Lent by the 

Artist. 

241. "Time and Chance Happeneth to 

All." 

Sheard, T. F. M., R. B. A., London. 

242. The Wood Gatherers. 

Sickert, Bernard, London. 

243. De Groote Kerk, Dordrecht. 



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Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Sims, Charles, London. 

244. Water Babies. 

Solomon, Solomon J., A. R. A., London. 

245. Portrait of J. H. Levy, Esq. Lent 

by J. H. Levy, Esq. 

Somerscales, Thomas, Hull. 

246. Corvette Shortening Sail to Pick 

up a Shipw^recked Crew. Lent 
by Frank L. Pearson, Esq. 

Speed, Harold, London. 

247. Griselda. 

248. The Dart at Dittisham. 

Spenlove-Spenlove, F., R. B. A., London. 

249. "Unto this Last." The Pilot's 

Funeral, Southw^old: Winter. 

Stanley, Lady (Dorothy Stanley), Lon- 
don. 

250. Love's Looking-glass. 

Steer, P. Wilson, London. 

251. The Rainbow. Lent by C. K. 

Butler, Esq. 

252. The Mirror. Lent by A. M. 

Daniel, Esq. 

Stevenson, R. Macauley, Milngavie. 

253. The Auld House. 

Stokes, Adrian, London. 

254. Southern Highlands, Austria. 

Stone, Marcus, R. A., London. 

255. The Soldier's Return. Lent by 

Messrs. Raphael Tuck & Sons. 

Storey, G. A., A. R. A., London. 

256. Bianca. 

Stott, Edward, Amberley. 

257. Sunday Morning. Lent by W. 

A. Darbishire, Esq. 

258. The Year's Youth. Lent by Mrs. 

Innes. 

Stuart, Charles, London. 

259. Loch Katrine and Ellen's Isle, 

Scotland. 

Swinstead, G. Hillyard, R. B. A., London. 

260. Near Waters-Meet, North Devon. 

Swynnerton, Mrs. A. L., London. 

261. New Risen Hope. 

Symonds, W. E., London. 

262. Portrait of Mrs. Caleb Rose. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Tayler, A. Chevallier, London. 

263. Benedicti Novi Militis. 

264. Dinners and Diners. 

Thomson, George, London. 

265. St. Paul's Cathedral. 
Thomson, Leslie, R. I., London. 

266. The Brook. 
Thornton, Alfred H. R., Bath. 

267. Scene on the Arno. Lent by the 

Hon. Mr. Justice Darling. 

Titcomb, W. H. Y., St. Ives, Cornwall. 

268. A Magic Pool. 
Tonks, Henry, London. 

269. osamond and the Purple Jar. 
Lent by F. J. Mercer, Esq. 

270. L^ortrait of Miss Rosa Waugh. 

Lent by Prof. F. Brown. 

Top? n, F. W. W., R. I., Ewhurst. 

27' Rescued from the Plague, Lon- 
don, 1665. (From Pepys' Diary.) 

Trier, Hans, R. B. A., Londor 

272. Venice. Lent by the \rtist. 

273. Rialto, Venice. 

Tuke, H. S., A. R. A., London. 

274. The Run Home. 
Waite, E. W., Dorking. 

275. The Fall of the Year. 
Walker, Ethel, London. 

276. Angela. 
Walton, Frank, R. I. 

277. Waterlands Farm, near Leith 

Hill, Surrey. 

Wardle, Arthur, London. 

278. Stalkers. 

Waterhouse, J. W., R. A., London. 

279. Hylas and the Nymphs. Lent by 

the Corporation of Manchester. 

Waterlow, Sir E. A., R. A., P. R. W. S., 
London. 

280. Autumn Evening in Picardy. 

281. Warkworth Castle, Northumber- 

land. Lent by the Corporation 
of Manchester. 

Watson, G. Spencer, London. 

282. Portrait of Sir R. Douglas Powell, 

Bart., M. D. (Physician Ex- 
traordinary to His Majesty, the 
King). Lent by Sir R. Douglas 
Powell, Bart., M. D. 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Oil Paintings and Water Colors. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Watts, G. F., R. A., London. 

283. "The habit does not make the 

monk." Lent by The Lady 
Rothschild. 

284. Brynhilde. Lent by Mrs. Russell 

Barrington. 

285. Portrait of Russell H. Barring- 

ton, Esq. Lent by Mrs. Russell 
Barrington. 

West, J. Walter, A. R. W. S., Northwood. 

286. The Miniature. Lent by L. Held- 

mann, Esq., J. P. 

Williams, Terrick, London. 

287. A Turkish Boat, Ragusa. 

Wood, Miss E. Stewart, London. 

288. An Autumn Wood. 

Wyllie, Charles W„ A. R. A., London. 

289. The Backwater. 

290. The Edge of the Marsh. 

Wyllie, W. L., A. R. A., Rochester. 

291. A Whole Gale of Wind. 

Yeames, W. F., R. A., Hanwell. 

292. Defendant and Counsel. 

Water Colors, 

Allan, Robert W., R. W. S., London. 

293. End of a Summer Storm. 
Allingham, Mrs., R. W. S., London. 

294. Old Surrey Cottage. 

295. The Waller Oak. 

296. Old Staircase, Whittington Court, 

near Cheltenham. Lent by the 
Artist. 

Alma-Tadema, Miss A., London. 

297. Tulips. Lent by Messrs. A. Tooth 

& Sons. 

Almond, W. Douglas, R. I,, London. 

298. Camille Desmoulins. 
Aumonier, J., R. I., London. 

299. An Old Chalk Pit. 

Bayliss, Sir Wyke, P. R. B, A., London. 

300. Milan Cathedral: South Side of 

Choir. 

Bell, Robert Anning, R. W. S., East 
Hagbourne. 

301. A Battle of Flowers. 

302. The Red Skein. 

Benett, Newton, Wallingford. 

303. Tewkesbury. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Bennett, William B., Bushey. 

304. The Echo. 

Boot, W. H. J,, R. B. A., London. 

305. Limburg-on-Lahn, Nassau, Ger- 

many. 

Brabazon, H. B., London. 

306. The Giudecca. Lent by J. S. 

Sargent, Esq., R. A. 

307. The Taj. Lent by J. S. Sargent, 

Esq., R. A. 

Briggs, E. E., London. 

308. In the Deer Forest, Glen Orchy, 

Argyleshire. Lent by the Artist. 

309. Trout Fishing in Galloway. 

Brown, A. K., A. R. S, A., Glasgow. 

310. Summer Day in Scotland. 
Browne, Tom, R. I., London. 

311. Old Cronies. 

Bulleid, G. L., A. R. W. S., Bath. 

312. The Dancer. 

Bundy, Edgar, R. I., London. 

313. The Sword Cutler's Daughter. 

314. Laughter Lightens Labor. 

Burne-Jones, Sir Edward, Bart, (de- 
ceased). 

315. St. Theophilus and the Angel. 

Lent by Arthur Edmund Street, 
Esq. 

316. The Prioress' Tale. (Tempera.) 

Lent by Lady Colville. 

Burrington, A., R. I., London. 

317. A Daughter of the South. 

Butler, Miss M. A., A. R. W. S., Thomas- 
town. 

318. The Problem. 

Callow, Wm., R. W. S., Great Missenden. 

319. Menagio on Lake Como. 

Cameron, D. Y., Kippen. 

320. Palace Doorway, Venice. 

Clark, Christopher, London. 

321. 27th Inniskillings in Square For- 

mation, June l8th, 1815. 

Collier, T., R. I. (deceased). 

322. Cumberland Moors. Lent by 

Henry Burton, Esq. 

323. Going Home. Lent by Henry 

Burton, Esq. 

324. North Wales. Lent by Henry 

Burton, Esq. 



GREAT BRITAIN. 



199 



Water Colors. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Collins, W. W., R. I., Wareham. 

325. Victory: The Bronze Age. 
Cotman, F. G., R. I., London. 

326. An Ancient Fort, Suffolk. Lent 

by the Royal Institute of Paint- 
ers in Water Colors. 

Coutts, H., Windermere. 

327. Cartmel Priory, S. Lancashire. 

Crane, Walter, Pres. Arts and Crafts Ex- , 
hibition Society, R. W. S., London. 

328. Sorrow and Spring. 

Dadd, Frank, R. I., London. 

329. Claret and Small Beer. Lent by 

W. H. Lever, Esq. 

Davies, E., R. I., Leicester. 

330. Winter Among the Hills, North 

Wales. 

Davis, F. W., R. L, Birmingham. 

331. A Forgotten Craft. Lent by W. 

J. Fieldhouse, Esq. 

Davis, Lucien, R. I., London. 

332. Third Figure of the Lancers. 

Duff, J. R. K., London. 

333. Homewards. Pastel. 

East, Alfred, A. R. A., London. 

334. October. 

335. Durham. 

Evans, Bernard, R. I., Harrogate. 

336. From the Grand Hotel, Grasse, 

to the Mediterranean. 

Ferrier, G. S., R. L, Edinburgh. 

337. Afterglow. 

Finnemore, J., Northwood. 

338. On a River Omnibus, Volendam, 

N. Holland. 

Fry, Roger E., London. 

339- The Railway Viaduct, near Dork- 

ing. 

Fulleylove, John, R. L, London. 

340- Chelsea Pensioners at the Tomb 

of Wellington in St. Paul's 
Cathedral. 

341- The Temple of Nike Apteros on 

the Acropolis, Athens. 

Fullwood, John, R. B. A., Horsham. 
342. The Vale of Slinfold, Sussex, 
England. Lent by H. Griffiths, 
Esq. 



Exhibit 
No. 

George, Ernest, London. 

343. The Towers of Cremona. 

Gilbert, Sir John, R. A. (deceased). 

344. The Battle of the Standard. Lent 

by the Corporation of London. 

345. Edward III at the Siege of 

Calais. Lent by the Corpora- 
tion of London. 

Goodwin, Albert, R. W. S., Ilfracombe. 

346. New Sarum from the Old. Lent 

by J. W. Wadsworth, Esq. 

347. Holyrood. Lent by Henry Silver, 

Esq. 

Green, Charles, R. I. (deceased). 

348. Little Nell and her Grandfather 

at the races. Lent by the Ex- 
ecutors of the late W. Lock- 
wood, Esq. 

349. The Pickwick Club. (Example 

of a series in Charles Dickens' 
Works.) Lent by the Executors 
of the late W. Lockwood, Esq. 

Gregory, E. J., R. A., P. R. I., London. 

350. Before the Sitting. Lent by Wolf 

Harris, Esq. 

351. A Vista of Teens. 

Hague, Anderson, R. I., Llandudno. 

352. The Village Brook. 

Hale, W. Matthew, R. W. S., London. 
353' Westminster. 

354. Berne. 

355. A Road in Bordighera. 

Hammond, Gertrude D., R. L, London. 

356. A Reading from Plato. 

357* "The Birthday of my Life has 
come. 
My Love has come to me." 

Hammond, T. W., Nottingham. 

358. Over the Ocean's Breast. Pastel. 
Hankey, W. Lee, R. I., London. 

359. The First-Born. 

Hard wick, J. Jessop, A. R. W. S., Thames 
Ditton. 

360. Gatherings from the Woods. 

Hardy, Dudley, R. I., London. 

361. The Fishwives. Lent by W. 

Jessop, Esq. 

Hassall, John, R. I., London. 

362. "Hark! Hark! The dogs do bark. 
The beggars are coming to town." 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Water Colors. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Hatherell, William, R. I., London. 

363. Fishfolk at Cannes. 

Hay, P. A., R. S. W., London. 

364. Old Tummel Bridge, Perthshire, 

Scotland. 

Hayes, Claude, R. I., Guildford. 

365. Near Conway, N. Wales. 

Hayes, Edwin, R. H. A., R. I., London. 

366. Dover Roads. 

Henshall, J. H., R. W. S., Southport. 

367. The Dreamers. 

Herkomer, H. von, C. V. O., R. A., R. 
W. S., Bushey. 

368. The Strangers Within the Gate. 

Lent by the Rt. Hon. W. J. 
Pirrie. 

Hodson, S. J., R. W. S., London. 

369. The Aqua Morta, Verona. 

370. Tlie Fruit and Vegetable Market, 

Caudebec-en-Caux, France. 

Hopkins, Arthur, R. W. S., London. 

371. Rough Sea, North Coast of Corn- 

wall. 

Hughes, Edward R., R. W. S., London. 

372. A Valkyrie. Lent by J. H. Hed- 

dferwick, Esq. 

Hunt, Thos., R. S. W., Glasgow. 

374. On the Common. 

375. Cattle Market, Le Paouet, Brit- 

tany. 

James, Francis E., Tuston. 

376. Flowcrpiece. 

377. Wallllowers. Lent by E. J. van 

Wisselingh, Esq. 

Johnson, Cyrus, R. L, London. 

378. Newnliam Mill, Cambridge. 

Kemp-Welch, Lucy E., R. B. A., Bushey. 

379. Children in the Forest. 

King, Yeend, V. P. R. I., London. 

380. Spcttisbnry Bridge. Lent by J. 

Oppenheim, Esq. 

Kirkpatrick, J., Liverpool. 

381. The Marshan Gate, Tangier, Mo- 



Exhibit 
No. 

Knight, Joseph, Bryn Glas. 

382. Ending Day. Lent by the Royal 

Institute of Painters in Water 
Colors. 

Knowles, G. Sheridan, R. I., London. 

383. Dreamers. Lent by A. E. T. 

Hinchcliffe, Esq. 

Linton, Sir James D., R. L, London. 

384. Sylvia. Lent by E. Meredith 

Crosse, Esq. 

Little, Robert, R. W. S., Northwood. 

385. A Jacobite Gathering. Lent by 

Henry Barran, Esq. 

386. The Ewe Lamb. 

MacCoU, D. S., Twickenham. 

387. The Belfry and Watchtower of 

Calais. 

388. Tarbert, Loch Fyne. Lent by 

Chas. Newton-Robinson, Esq. 

.MacCulloch, James, R. B. A., London. 

389. Inverarnan, Head of Loch Lo- 

mond, N. B. Lent by Wm. 
Griffiths, Esq. 

Macgoun, Miss H. C. Preston, R. S. W., 
Edinburgh. 

390. The First Pair. Lent by Andrew 

T. Reid, Esq. 

McBride, Alex., R. I., Glasgow. 

391. On the Kennett, Woolhampton, 

Berks. 

Marrable, Mrs. M., Pres. Society of 
Women Artists. 

392. Pergola Riva Lago di Garda. 

Lent by H. Myddelton Gavay, 

Esq. 

Marshall, Herbert, R. W. S., London. 

393. A Grey Evening: Whitby. 

394. Chartres. 

Meyerheim, R., R. L, Horsham. 

395. The Springtime of Life. 

Montalba, Clara, R. W. S., Venice. 

396. A Venetian Canal. 

397. A Venetian Palace. 

Moscheles, Felix, London. 

398. Robert Browning's Study in De 

Vere Gardens, Kensington, as 
it was in the poet's lifetime. 

Nisbet, Pollok S., A. R. S. A., Edinburgh. 

399. Showery Weather in Glenfallock. 



GREAT BRITAIN. 



Water Colors. 



Exhibit 
No. 



Nisbet, R. B., R. S. A., R. I., Crieff. 

400. A July Day. Lent by Richard D. 

Holt, Esq. 

401. Clearing up After Rain. 

North, J. W., A. R. A., R. W. S., Taunton. 

402. The Wood Reeve's Daughter. 

Lent by Peter Williams, Esq. 

403. Old Apple Trees. Lent by Alfred 

Parsons, Esq., A. R. A. 

Oddy, H. R., Halifax. 

404. A Shearing. Pastel. 

Palmer, Sutton, London. 

405. Near Barnard Castle, Yorkshire. 
Parsons, Alfred, A. R. A., London. 

406. China Roses, Broadway. Lent 

by Aston Webb, Esq., R. A., 
P. R. L B. A. 

Paterson, James, A. R. S. A., Monianie. 

407. Midlothian Landscape. 
Pedder, J., R. I., Maidenhead. 

408. Windsor Castle: Evening. Lent 

by J. Herbert Roberts, Esq., 
M. P. 

Pocock, Lexden L., London. 

409. The Butterfly. 

Powell, Sir Francis, P. R. S. W., Dunoon, 
N. B. 

410. Sunset: Holy Lock. 

Powles, Lewis C, London. 

411. Assisi. 

412. Sirmione, Lago di Garda. 

Poynter, Sir Edward J., 3art., P. R. A., 
London. 

413- Nut Gathering. 

414. On Lake Como. 

415. In Dunrobin Glen. 

Rackham, Arthur, A. R. W. S., London. 

416. Andromeda. 

417' Falling Leaves. Lent by Harris 

Rackham, Esq. 
418. The Beggar's Bride. (Grimm's 

"King Grizzle Beard.") Lent 

by Miss E. Turner. 

Rainey, William, R. I., Chichester. 

419- Lamplight. 
Raid, John R., R. I., Polperro. 

420. An Old Cornish Fisherman. 
Rich, Alfred W., Hurstpierpoint. 

421. A Surrey Woodland. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Rimington, A. Wallace, R. B. A., London. 

422. Gloucester Cathedral. 
Rooke, T. M., R. W. S., London. 

423. The Crown of Normandy, St. 
Owen's Tower, Rouen. 

424. The Western Porches of Bourges 
Cathedral. 

Ryland, H., R. I., London. 

425. "The Day is Done." 
Severn, Arthur, R. I., Coniston. 

426. Fog Clearing, Billingsgate. (Fish 
market on the Thames below 
London Bridge.) 

Shepperson, Claude A., R. L, London. 

427. "So lives love's little hour." 
Smith, Hely, R. B. A., London. 

428. Out Across the Bay. 

Smythe, Lionel P., A. R. A., R. W. S., 

Wimereux. 
i 429. Under the Greenwood Tree. Lent 
[ by Sydney Vacher, Esq. 

.1 Smythe, Miss M., A. R. W. S., Wimereux. 

430. Winter Gleanings. 
Steer, P. Wilson, London. 

431. Richmond Castle. 
Stevenson, R. Macauley, Milngavie, N. B. 

432. The Gloaming Hour. 
Stewart, Arthur, London. 

433. Sir Thopas. 

Stokes, Mrs. Adrian, London. 

434- Melisande. (Maeterlinck.) (Tem- 

pera.) 

Swan, Alice M., London. 

435- The Torn Gown. Lent by Mrs. 

Godsal. 

Thomson, Leslie, R. I., London. 

436. Holyhead Mountain. Lent by the 

Royal Institute of Painters in 
W^ater Colors. 

Thorne-Waite, R., R. W. S., London. 

437. Autumn. Lent by James Walton 

Wadsworth, Esq. 

438. Richmond, Yorkshire: Founded 

by Alan, first Norman Earl of 
Richmond, Twelfth Century. 

Thornycroft, Miss H., London. 

439. Harebells. 

Tonks, Henry, London. 

440. The Glade. 



203 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Water Colors, Drawings, Etchings and Engravings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Tucker, Arthur, R. B. A., Windermere. 

441. The Old Homestead, Blea Tarn, 

Westmoreland. 

Van Ruith, Horace, London. 

442. Fantaisie. 

Walker, W. Eyre, R. W. S., Byfleet. 

443. The Passing of the Storm Clouds. 

Lent by Mrs. L. A. Carlisle. 

Walton, Frank, R. I., Dorking. 

444. La Coupee — Sark. 

Waterlow, Sir E. A., R. A., P. R. W. S., 
London. 

445. Warkworth Valley, Northumber- 

land. 

Weedon, A. W., R. I., London. 

446. Returning from Sandwich Market. 

Weguelin, J. R., R. W. S., Winchelsea. 

447. Arcadia. 

West, J. Walter, A. R. W. S., Northwood, 
R. S. O. 

448. The Thorny Path of Knowledge. 

Lent by R. Corfield Bucknall, 
Esq. 

Whaite, H. Clarence, P. R. C. A., R. W. 
S., London. 

449. A Mountain Pass in Cambria. 

Winder, W. Smallwood, Kendal. 

450. A Passing Gleam: Mardale. 

Wollen, W. B., R. I., London. 

451. Union Brigade of Waterloo. 

Lent by the Colonel and Officers 
of 20th Middlesex R. Vs. 

GROUPS 9 AND 10. 

DRAWINGS, ENGRAVINGS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS. 

Appleton, T. G., Great Missenden. 

452. Mary Amelia, Marchioness of 

Salisbury. After Sir J. Rey- 
nolds. ATezzotint Engraving. 

453. "Roxalana." After Sir J. Rey- 

nolds. Mezzotint Engraving. 

454. Lady Hamilton as "Bacchante." 

After Romney. Mezzotint En- 
graving. 

Ball, Wilfrid, R. E., Godalming. 

455. Venice after Sundown. Etching. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Bauerle, Miss A., A. R. E. 

456. Pan. Etching. 

457. Bacchus. Etching. 

458. A Song of the Sea. Etching. 

459. The Mermaid. Etching. 

Beardsley, Aubrey (deceased). 

460. Border Design for "SaL '^ " 

Black and White Drav/inj 

461. Frontispiece to John Daviaa^.i s 

Plays. Black and White Draw- 
ing. Lent by John Lane, Esq. 

Bell, Robert Anning, R. W. S., East Hag- 
bourne. 

462. Illustration to Spenser's "Epithal- 

amium." Pen Drawing. 

463. Illustration to "The Golden 

Goose" (Grimm's Tales). Pen 
Drawing. 

464. Illustration to "Pilgrim's Prog- 

ress." Pen Drawing. 

Bolingbroke, Miss M., R. E., London. 

465. In the Furrowed Land. Etching. 

466. Prior's Door, Ely. Etching. 

467. "From out the wave her struc- 

tures rise." Etching. 

468. Companions. Dry Point. 

Bone, Muirhead, Chiswick. 

469. View in the Savoy, London. 

Drawing. 

470. Demolitions in the Strand, Lon- 

don. Drawing. 

Brangwyn, Frank, A. R. A., London. 

471. London Bridge. Etching. 

472. Turkish Cemetery. Etching. 

473. Assisi. Etching. 

474. Road in Picardy. Etching. 

475. Barnard Castle. Etching. 

Bridgewater, H. Scott, Bushey. 

476. Clytie. After Lord Leighton. 

Mezzotint. 

477. Mrs. H. Drummond. After Sir 

H. Raeburn. Mezzotint. 

478. Queen Charlotte. After Gains- 

borough. Mezzotint. 

479. Miranda. After Romney. Mez- 

zotint. 

480. Playmates. After Luke Fildes, 

R. A. Mezzotint. 

Brock, Charles E., Cambridge. 

481. A Let Down. Drawing for 

"Punch." Pen Drawing. 



GREAT BRITAIN. 



203 



Drawings, Engravings and Etchings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Brock, H. M., Cambridge. 

482. illustration to "The Pilgrim's 

Progress." Pen and Ink Draw- 
ing. 

483. Illustration to "John Halifax." 

Pen and Ink Drawing. 

Brooke, L. Leslie, Steventon. 

48 '..Improvements at the Zoo ("Punch" 
_J Drawing). Drawing. 

485. Improvements at the Zoo ("Punch" 

Drawing). Drawing. 

Burne-Jones, Sir Edward, Bart, (de- 
ceased). 

486. Venus Concordia. Lead Pencil 

on White Paper. 

487. Venus Discordia. Lead Pencil 

on White Paper. 

488. Study of a Draped Figure. Black 

and Red Chalk on Tinted Paper 
heightened with Gold and 
White. Lent by Sir Edward J. 
Poynter, Bart., P. R. A. 

489. Studies in "Perseus" Series, in 

Water Color: i. The Rock of 
Doom. 2. The Doom Fulfilled. 

490. Two Studies, in Colored Chalks. 

491. Four Studies of Heads. 

492. Study for Wood Fairy, in Un- 

finished Picture of Avalon. Pen- 
cil Drawing. 

493. Study of Head for Angel of An- 

nunciation. 

494. Design for Water Color, "Song 

of Solomon." Pencil Drawing. 

495. Two Studies of Heads. Two 

Studies of Hair. Pencil Draw- 
ings. 

496. Studies of Armour, "Perseus" 

Series. Lent by Sir Philip 
Burne-Jones, Bart. 

497. Finished Drawings of "Le Chant 

d'Amour." Lead Pencil on 
White Paper. 

498. Study of a Draped Female Figure 

behind a Column. In Red, 
Black and White Chalk, on 
Tinted Paper. 

499. Study of a Nude Female Seated 

Figure. In Red, Black and 
White Chalk, on Tinted Paper. 

500. Study of a Nude Female Seated 

Figure. In Red, Black and 
White Chalk, on Tinted Paper. 
Lent by C. S. Goldmann, Esq. 

Burridge, F. V., R. E., Liverpool. 

501. Harlech. Etching. 

502. Lancaster. Etching. 



Exhibit 
No. 

503. Biddeford Bridge. Etching. 

504. Dockyard Smithy. Etching. 

Bush, R. E. J., A. R. E., A. R. C. A. 
(Lond.) Bristol. 

505. An Autumn Day: View on the 

River Tafif, South Wales. Etch- 
ing. Lent by the Artist. 

506. St. Mary's College, St. David's, 

Pembrokeshire, South Wales. 
Etching. 

Cameron, D. Y., Kippen, N. B. 

507. Harfleur. Etching. 

508. Ducal Palace. Etching. 

509. Place Peaumereau, Tours. Etch- 

ing. 

510. St. Laumer, Blois. Etching. 

511. The Rialto, Venice. Etching. 

512. Loches. Etching. 

Craig, Frank, London. 

513- The Doll Show at the Royal 
Albert Hall. Black and White 
Drawing. 

514. Caesar's Wife. Black and White 

Drawing. Lent by the Pro- 
prietors of the "Graphic." 

Crane, Walter, Pres. Arts and Crafts Ex- 
hibition Society, R. W. S., London. 

515. Original Drawings for Spenser's 

"Faerie Queene." Black and 
White Drawing. 

516. Original Drawings for re-issue of 

Walter Crane's Picture Books. 
Black and White Drawing. 

517. Original Drawings for re-issue of 

Walter Crane's Picture Books. 
Black and White Drawing. 

518. Original Drawings for re-issue of 

Walter Crane's Picture Books. 
Black and White Drawing. 

519. Original Drawings for re-issue of 

Walter Crane's Picture Books. 
Black and White Drawing. 

Dalgleish, T. Irving, R. E., Folkestone. 

520. On the Old Frontier. Dry Point. 
Davis, Stuart G., London. 

521. Charybdis. Pen and Ink Draw- 

ing. 

Dicksee, Herbert, R. E., London. 

522. Raiders. Etching. 

523. Maternal Care. Etching. 

524. Anxious Hearts. Etching. 

525. Nearing Home. Etching. 

Dobie, James, London. 

526. "Horae Serenae." . After Sir E. 

J. Poynter, P. R. A. Etching. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Drawings, Engravings and Etchings. 



Exhibit 
No. 



527- 
528. 

529. 



After J. Faed, 
W. Langley. 
W. 



Ere Care Begins. 

R. A. Etching. 
Betrayed. After 

Etching. 
A Right of Way. After 

Dendy Sadler. Etching. 

East, Alfred, A. R. A., R. E., London. 

530. Stow-on-the-Wold. Etching. 

531. The Valley Road. Etching. 

Eve, G. W., R. E., London. 

Bookplates of His Majesty The 

King. Set of 3 Etchings. 
The Invitation to the Coronation, 

1902. Etchings. 
Bookplates of The Countess of 

Derby. Etchings. 
Bookplates of The Lady War- 
wick. Etchings. 
Bookplates of Mrs. Cassilby, New 

York. Etchings. 
Bookplates of Miss Forster. 

Etchings. 
Bookplates of The Earl Howe. 

Etchings. 
Bookplates of The late Buchanan 

Winthrop, Esq., New York. 

Etchings. 
Bookplates of the Royal Societies 

Club, London. Etchings. 
Bookplates of R. H. Mackworth- 

Praed, Esq. Etchings. 

Evershed, Arthur, R. E., Chichester. 
542. The Doge's Palace. Etching. 
The Forum, Rome. Etching. 
Campo S. Maria Zobenigo, Ven- 
ice. Etching. 
Fishing Boats in the Lagoons. 

Etching. 
The Quay: Evening. Etching. 

Fell, H. G., London. 

547. Lycus the Centaur. Pen Draw- 
ing. Illustration t o Hood's 
Poem. 
Hero's Grief. Pen Drawing. Il- 
lustration to Hood's Poem. 

Finnic, John, R. E., Llandudno. 

549. Climbing Shadows. Original Mez- 

zotint. 

550. "Fairy Glen," in North Wales. 

Original Mezzotint. 

Ford, Henry J., London. 

551. The Maid of Astolat. Black and 
White Drawing. 

Morgan Le Fay flings away the 
Scabbard. Black and White 
Drawing. 



532. 
533- 
534- 
535- 
536. 
537- 
538. 
539- 



540. 



541- 



543- 
544- 

545- 

546. 



548. 



552. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Garratt, Arthur, London. 

553. Indian Camel Corps in Pursuit of 

the Mullah. Black and White 
Drawing. 

554. Caught under the Mistletoe. 

Black and White Drawing. 

Garth-Jones, A., London. 

555' Queen Mab's Fairy Realm. Two 
Drawings: The Lantern in the 
Castle Yards. The Field of 
Terror. Lent by Messrs. George 
Newnes, Ltd. 

Gascoyne, George, R. E., London. 

556. Windy Weather. Etching. 

557. The Upturned Cart. Etching. 

Goff, Colonel R., R. E., London. 

558. The Ford, Shoreham. Etching. 

559. Norfolk Bridge, Shoreham. Etch- 

ing. 

560. Lausanne Cathedral. Etching. 

561. The Rialto. Etching. 

562. Storm Driven. Etching. 

563. A Street in Cairo. Etching. 

Gray, Ronald, London. 

564. Sketch of a Girl. Chalk Drawing. 

565. Sketch of a Village Shop. Pen 

and Ink Drawing. 

Haden, Sir F. Seymour, P. R. E., Aires- 
ford. 

566. Grim Spain. Etching from Na- 

ture. 

567. Windmill Hill. Dry Point. 

568. Grayling Fishing. Dry Point. 

569. Challon Farm. Dry Point. 

570. Wareham Bridge. Dry Point. 

571. Sunset in Ireland. Mezzotint. 

Haig, Axel H., R. E., Haslemere. 

572. The Church of St. Francis d'As- 

sisi. Etching. 

573. Cwfalu Cathedral, Sicily. Etch- 

ing. 

574. The Castle of Vitre, Brittany. 

Etching. 

Hall, OHver, R. E., Fittleworth. 

575. Showery Weather. Etching. 

576. A Lancashire Moor. Etching. 

577. Lancaster Castle. Etching. 

578. Easby Abbey, Yorkshire. Etch- 

ing. 

579. Broughton Moor, Lancashire. 

Etching. 



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Drawings, Engravings and Etchings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Hartrick, A. S., London. 

580. John Knox Preaching. Charcoal 

Drawing. Illustrations to Maur- 
ice Hewlitt's "Queen's Quair." 

Hatherell, William, R. I., London. 

581. Fishing in Donegal. (Published 

in the "Graphic") Drawing. 

582. Illustration for Seton Merriman's 

Story, "Vultures." (Published 
in the "Graphic") 

Hayes, Gertrude, A. R. E., London. 

583. Blowing the Fire. Etching. 

584. Mijuke. Etching. 

Henderson, W., M. E., Glasgow. 

585. Lady Sunderlin. Mezzotint En- 

graving. After Reynolds. 

586. The Countess of Oxford and child. 

Mezzotint Engraving. After 
Hoppner. 

587. Countess Poulett. Mezzotint En- 

graving. After Romney. Lent 
by Messrs. Gooden & Fox. 

Heydemann, W., London. 

588. Smugglers (to save their necks). 

Etching. After C. Napier Hemy, 
A. R. A. 

589. The Threat. Etching. After the 

late John Pettie, R. A. 

590. Idle Fears. Etching. After Sir 

Edward J. Poynter, P. R. A. 

Hirst, Norman, M. E., Langport. 

591. The Emblem. Engraving. After 

Frank Dicksee, R. A. 

592. Lady Hamilton as Joan of Arc. 

Engraving. 

593. Daphne. Engraving. After H. 

von Herkomer, R. A. 
Hole, William, R. E., R. S. A., Edin- 
burgh. 

594. A Dorsetshire Valley. After E. 

M. Wimperis, V. P. R. I. 
595- An Idyll of 1745. After the late 
Sir J. E. Millais, P. R. A. 

596. Maternal Cares. After Alex- 

ander. 

597. O'er Snow-clad Pastures. After 

J. Farquharson, A. R. A. 

Holroyd, Sir Charles, R. E. 

598. The Story of Daedalus and Icarus. 

Etching. 
599- A Yew Tree on Glaramara. Etch- 
ing. 

Horsfall, Mary, London. 
600. A Midsummer Night's Dream. 
Pen Drawing. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Housman, Laurence, London. 

601. A Chinese Fairy Story. Drawing. 

602. A Sea Dream. Drawing. 

603. Source. Drawing. 

604. A Terminal. Drawing. 
Huth, F., Edinburgh. 

605. Portrait of Sir W. Scott. Etch- 

ing. 

606. Portrait of Professor Masson. 

Etching. After Sir George Reid, 
R. S. A. 

John, A. E., Matching Green. 

607. Head of John Sampson, Esq. 

Drawing. 

Kemp-Welch, Miss M., A. R. E., London. 

608. Harvest Offerings. Etching. 

609. The Cross Roads. Etching. 
Law, David, R. E. (deceased). 

610. The Silver Dart. After J. Clay- 

ton Adams. Etching. 

611. Cloudy June. After Sir E. A. 

Waterlow, R. A., P. R. W. S. 
Etching. Lent by the Council, 
Art Union of London. 
Legros, Prof. A., R. E., London. 

612. Le Triomphe de la Mort. Etch- 

ing. 

613. Le Depart. Etching. 

614. Le Combat. Etching. 

615. Apres le Combat. Etching. 

616. Les Bouches Inutiles. Etching. 
Leighton, Lord, P. R. A. (deceased). 

617. Return of Persephone. Sketch 

for Picture. Black and White 
Chalk Drawing. 

618. Studies for "Fatidica." Draped. 

Black and White Chalk Draw- 
ing. 

619. Studies for "Fatidica." Undraped. 

Black and White Chalk Draw- 
ing. 

620. The Tragic Poetess. Sketch for 

Picture. Black and White Chalk 
Drawing. 

621. Four Studies for "Sea Giving Up 

Her Dead." In one frame. 
Black and White Chalk Draw- 
ings. 

622. Three Studies for "Elijah in the 

Wilderness." In one frame. 
Black and White Chalk Draw- 
ings. Lent by the Leighton 
House Committee. 

623. Cyprus Stems, executed at Ver- 

ona in 1856. Pencil Drawing. 
Lent by Mrs. Russell Barring- 
ton. 



206 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Drawings, Engravings and Etchings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Lucas, J. Seymour, R. A., R. I., London. 

624. Illustration to Story, "A Mid- 

night Bridal." Black and White 
Drawing. Lent by the Pro- 
prietors of the "Graphic." 

Macbeth, R. W., R. A., R. W. S., London. 

625. The Cast Shoe. Etching. 

626. On the Way to Market. "The 

Floods are Out." Etching. Lent 
by R. Dunthorne, Esq. 

May, Phil., R. I. (deceased). 

627. An Informal Introduction. 'Arry 

(shouting across the street to 
his pal): "Hi! Bill, this is 'er!" 
Pen and Ink Drawing. Lent 
by Meyer A. Spielmann, Esq. 

628. Mr. Gladstone in the House of 

Commons, 1893. Pen and Ink 
Drawing. Lent by M. H. Spiel- 
mann., Esq., F. S. A. 
628a. Drawing for "Punch." Pencil 
Drawing. Lent by Messrs. Er- 
nest Brown and Phillips. 

Murray, C. O., R. E., London. 

629. "In tuas manus, Domine." After 

Briton Riviere, R. A. Etching. 

630. Their Bread is on the Waters. 

After C. Napier Hemy, A. R. A. 
Etching. 

631. My Lady's Garden. After J. 

Young Hunter. Etching. 

632. Silently Homewards. Original. 

Aqua-Mezzotint. 

Nichols, Miss C. M., R. E., Norwich. 

633. Old Inn, Lakenham. Dry Point 

Etching. 

Nicholson, William, Woodstock. 

634. Portrait of His Majesty the King. 

Printed from wood blocks and 
hand colored by the artist. 

635. Portrait of the late Queen Vic- 

toria. Printed from wood blocks 
and hand colored by the artist. 

636. Portrait of the late Cecil Rhodes. 

Printed from wood blocks and 
hand colored by the artist. 

637. Portrait of the late J. McNeil 

Whistler. Printed from wood 
blocks and hand colored by the 
artist. 

638. Portrait of Rudyard Kipling. 

Printed from wood blocks and 
hand colored by the artist. 

639. Portrait of the Emperor of Ger- 

many. Printed from wood blocks 
and hand colored by the artist. 



Exhibit 
No. 

640. Mr. Yorrocks. Lithograph. 

641. Sophia Weston. Lithograph. Lent 

by W. Heinemann, Esq. 

Orpen, William, London. 

642. The Happy Hypocrite. Water 

Color and Chalk Drawing. 

Parsons, Alfred, A. R. A., London. 

643. Wordsworth's House, Rydal 

Mount. Black and White Draw- 
ing. 

644. The River Swale at Richmond, 

Yorks. Black and White Draw- 
ing. Lent by the Artist. 

Partridge, J. B., R. I., London. 

645. "Peace Crowns the Old Year." 

"Punch" Drawing. Black and 
White Drawing. 

646. "Punch" Drawing. Black and 

White Drawing. 

647. Sir Henry Irving in the Char- 

acter of King Lear. Black and 
White Drawing. 

648. Tour de I'Horloge: Vire. Black 

and White Drawing. 

Pegram, Fred, Chichester. 

649. Illustrations to a Story. Drawing. 

650. Illustration to a Story. Drawing. 

Piper, Miss E., A. R. E., London. 

651. Street in Stratford-on-Avon. 

Etching. 

652. Hearth in Shakespeare's House. 

Etching. 

Pott, Miss C. M., R. E., London. 

653. Gun and Shot Wharf, Southwark. 

Etching. 

654. The Twa Corbies. Etching. 

655. Rivets and Reamers. Etching. 

656. Cheyne Walk. After Bonnington. 

Etching. 

Poynter, Sir Edward J., Bart., P. R. A., 
London. 

657. Study of a Head. Black and 

White Chalk Drawing. 

658. Study of a Head. Red Chalk 

Drawing. 

659. Study of Drapery for Fresco of 

St. Stephen. Charcoal Drawing. 

660. Studies for a Figure in Fresco oi 

St. Stephen. Charcoal Drawing. 

Pratt, Joseph B., Harpenden. 

661. Daniel's Answer to the King. 

After Briton Riviere, R. A. En 
graving. 



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Drawings, Engravings and Etchings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

662. Mrs. Cuthbert. After Sir T. Law- 

rence. Engraving. 

663. Mrs. Gregory. After Raeburn. 

Engraving. 

Rackham, Arthur, A. R. W. S., London. 

664. Rumpelstielskin. (Grimm's Fairy 

Tales.) Pen Drawing. 

665. The Seven Kids. (Grimm's Fairy 

Tales.) Pen Drawing. 

Raven-Hill, L., Bromham. 

Four Drawings for "Punch:" 

666. In the Hayfield. Pen and Ink 

Drawing. 

667. Killing Two Birds With One 

Stone. Pen and Ink Drawing. 

668. On the Moors. Pen and Ink 

Drawing. 
66g. A Little Knowledge. Pen and 
Ink Drawing. 

Rothenstein, William, London. 

670. Portrait of Fantin Latour. Lith- 

ograph. 

671. Portrait of Mons. Rodin. Litho- 

graph. 

Sambourne, Linley, London. 

672. Design for Central Page of 

"Punch's Almanack for 1903." 
—"Time Will Tell." Black and 
White Drawing. 

673. Vivat Imperator! "Punch" Car- 

toon, May 7th, 1903. Black and 
White Drawing. 

674. East and West. "Punch" Car- 

toon, October loth, 1900. Black 
and White Drawing. 

675. Never Again. "Punch" Cartoon, 

February ist, 1903. Black and 
White Drawing. 

676. Hail and Farewell. "Punch" Car- 

toon, September 2nd, 1903. 
. Black and White Drawing. 

677. Will They Close. "Punch" Car- 

toon, December 2nd, 1903. Black 
and White Drawing. 

678. Index Design. "Punch" Cartoon, 

December 2nd, 1903. Black and 
White Drawing. 

Shaw, J. Byam, R. I., London. 

679. Drawing for Shakespeare. 

680. Drawing for Shakespeare. Lent 

by Messrs. George Bell & Sons. 

Shepperson, Claude A., R. I., London. 

681. A Tailpiece for Leigh Hunt's "Old 

Court Suburb." Pen Drawing. 



Exhibit 
No. 

682. Illustration to John Oliver 

Hobbes' Story, "The Vine- 
yard." Black and White Draw- 
ing. 

Sherborn, C. W., R. E., London. 

683. Bookplate. W. Bruce Banner- 

man, Esq. Engraving. 

684. Bookplate. Lord Mount Stephen. 

Engraving. 

685. Bookplate. Burlington Fine Arts 

Club. Engraving. 

686. Bookplate. Mrs. Constance Penn. 

Engraving. 

687. Bookplate. Ernest W. Greg, Esq. 

Engraving. 

688. Bookplate. Mrs. Cleveland. En- 

graving. 

689. Bookplate. Sir Wollaston Franks, 

F. S. A. Engraving. 

690. Bookplate. Shakespeare Memorial 

Library. Engraving. 

691. Bookplate. J. Piatt, Esq., Engrav- 

ing. 

692. Bookplate. Earl Beauchamp. En- 

graving. 

693. Bookplate. Downside Abbey. 

Engraving. 

694. Bookplate. Lady Henry Gros- 

venor. Engraving. 

Short, Frank, R. E., London. 

695. Love and Death. After G. F. 

Watts, R. A. Mezzotint. 

696. Hope. After G. F. Watts, R. A. 

Mezzotint. 

697. Lucerne. From Drawing for 

"Liber Studiorum" after J. M. 
W. Turner, R. A. Mezzotint. 

698. Entrance to the Medway. From 

Drawing for "Liber Studiorum" 
after J. M. W. Turner, R. A. 
Soft Ground Etching and Mez- 
zotint. 

Sloane, Miss M. A., A. R. E., Leicester. 

699. A King's Attendant in the Na- 

tivity Play, "Bethlehem." Etch- 
ing. 

700. The Eve of St. John. Etching. 

701. The Newark, Leicester. Etching. 

702. A Weaver. Etching. 

Slocombe, Fred, R. E., Hendon. 

703. A Woodland Path. Etching. 

704. Sweet Eventide. Etching. 

Small, William, R. I., London. 

705. The Ransomed Lady Mission- 

aries. Black and White Water 
Color. 



208 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Drawings, Engravings, Etchings and Sculpture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

706. A Small World. Black and White 

Water Color. 

707. Highland Cousins. Black and 

White Water Color. Lent by- 
Proprietors of the "Graphic." 

Smythe, Lionel P., A. R. A., R. W. S., 

Wimereux. 

708. The Gleaners. Etching. 

709. Spring. Etching. Lent by Rob- 

ert Dunthorne, Esq. 

Spence, Robert, R. E., London. 

710. Penn's Treaty with the Indians. 

Etching. 

711. George Fox in Doomsdale. Etch- 

ing. 

712. George Fox at Cambridge. Etch- 

ing. 

713. George Fox on the Haystack. 

Etching. 

714. George Fox and the Old Priest. 

Etcliing. 

715. George Fox and the Pipe of To- 

bacco. Etching. 

Strang, William, London. 

716. Frontispiece to "The Ancient 

Mariner." Etching. 

717. War. Etching. 

718. Descent from the Cross. Etch- 

ing and Dry Point. 

719. Death and Dr. Flornbook. Etch- 

ing. 

720. Portrait of the Hon. Lord Justice 

Lindley. Etching. Lent by 
Frederick Goulding, Esq. 

Taylor, Luke, A. R. E., London. 

721. Old Buildings on the Darrow, 

Granada. After D. Roberts, R. 
A. Etching. 

722. Shylock, Salanio and Salarino. 

After Sir J. Gilbert, R. A. 
Etching. 

Tenniel, Sir J., R. I., London. 

723. Empress and Earl: or One Good 

Turn Deserves Another. Pencil 
Drawing. Lent by Meyer A. 
Spielmann, Esq. 

724. The Political Pas de Deux. Dis- 

raeli and Lord Salisbury on 
their return from Berlin, bring- 
"Peace with Honour." From 
"Punch." Pencil Drawing. Lent 
by M. H. Spielmann, Esq., F. 
S. A. 
7a4a. Four Drawings for "Punch's 
Pocket Book." Lent by C. Se- 
bag Montefiore, Esq. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Thomas, Percy, R. E., London. 

725. Sir Paul Pindar's House, Bishop- 

gate, London, E. C. Black and 
White Drawing. 

726. One of the Temple Series, Lon- 

don. Black and White Drawing. 

Tonks, Henry, London. 

727. Head of Child. Drawing. Lent 

by W. Richardson, Esq. 

Townsend, F. H., London. 

728. Two Drawings from the "Works 

of T. L. Peacock." 

Walker, Francis S., R. E., Highgate. 

729. Shakespeare's House and Garden. 

Etching. 

Waterson, David, A. R. E., Brechin, N. B. 

730. Sibyl. Mezzotint. 

731. A Piping Shepherd. Mezzotint. 

732. The Mill. Mezzotint and Etch- 

ing. 

733. The Little Market. Etching. 

Watson, Charles J., R. E., London. 

734. Salisbury Cathedral. Etching. 

735. Salisbury Spire. Etching. 

736. Vespers. Dry Point. 

737. Lutto Nazionale, Venezia, 1900. 

Etching. 

738. Dreary Weather. Etching. 

739. An Old Fen Mill. Etching. 

Woodward, Miss A. B., London. 

740. The Red Fisherman. Pen Draw- 

ing. 

741. A Geological Menu. Pen and 

Chalk Drawing. 

Wyllie, W. L., A. R. A,, Rochester. 

742. Kits Hole Reach. Etching. 

743. The Pool, London. Etching. Lent 

by Robert Dunthorne, Esq. 

GROUP 11. 
SCULPTURE. 

Allen, Charles J., Liverpool. 

744. Rescued. Bronze Group. Lent 

by James Smith, Esq. 

745. Love and the Mermaid. Bronze 

Group. Lent by the Corpora- 
tion of Liverpool. 

746. A Dream of Love. Bronze 

Group. 

Babb, S. N., London. 

747. In Slumber Land. Bronze 

Group. 



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Sculpture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

. Bayes, Gilbert, London. 

748. Sea Horses. Relief Plaster . 

749. The Goal. Metal relief. 

750. Entering the Arena. 

Bowcher, Frank, London. 

751. Case of Medals. Portrait Medal- 

lion of H. M. King Edward 
VII., and various other por- 
traits and medals awarded by 
London institutions, Societies, 
etc. 

Brock, Thomas, R. A., London. 

752. Bust of the late Lord Leighton, 

P. R. A. Plaster. 

753. Eve. Bronze Statuette. 

754. Contemplation. Marble Bust. 

Memorial to her late Majesty 
Queen Victoria, to be erected 
opposite Buckingham Palace, 
London. Photographs. (Ex- 
hibited in the Architectural Gal- 
lery, Group 12.) 

Bruce-Joy, A., R. H. A., Haslemere. 

755. Field Marshal Earl Roberts, V. 

C. Bronze Bust. 

756. Portrait of a Lady. 

757. Major-General Sir Edward Hut- 

ton, K. C. B. 

758. Miss Elspeth Campbell. 

759- Cyril Joy, Eldest Son of George 
W. Joy, Esq. 

760. The late Archbishop of Canter- 

bury — Dr. Benson. 

761. W. Bruce Joy, Esq., M. D. 

762. Portrait of a Gentleman. Me- 

dallion Plaques. 

Colton, W. R., A. R. A., London. 

763. The Image Finder. Bronze 

Statue. 

764. The Wavelet. Bronze Statue. 

Dixon, Harry, R. B. A., London. 

765. An African Elephant. Statuette 

in Bronze and Ivory. 

Drury, Alfred, A. R. A., London. 

766. Sir John Cockburn. Bronze 

Bust. 

767. Griselda. Bronze Bust. 

768. Innocence. Bronze Bust. 

Ford, E. Onslow, R. A. (Deceased). 

769. Snow Drift. Marble. 

770. St. George and the Dragon. 

Silver and Ivory. 
771- Lily. Marble Head. 
772. Ivy Leaves. Bronze Head. 

Lent by Mrs. Onslow Ford. 



Exhibit 
N». 

Frampton, George, R. A., London. 

773. Portrait of Alfred East, Esq., 

A. R. A. Bronze Bust. 

774. Mother and Child — Mrs. Framp- 

ton and Son. Bronze Bust. 

775. Medals. 

Furse, J. H. M., London. 

776. The Cock and Snake. Bronze 

Group. 

Hampton, H., London. 

777. Sir Henry Howorth. Bronze 

Bust. 

778. Laughing Boy. Marble Head. 

779. Sir Henry Irving. Bronze Bust. 

780. Robert Burns. Bronze Bust. 

Hartwell, C. L., London. 

781. Polar Bear. Marble. 

782. As He Rode Down to Camelot. 

Bronze Statuette. 

Jenkins, F. Lynn, London. 

783. Psyche. Bronze Ideal Head. 

John, W. Goscombe, A. R. A. 

784. Boy at Play. Bronze Statuette. 

785. Bust of a Child. Bronze. 

786. Hermes. Bronze Statuette. 

Jones, Captain Adrian, London. 

787. An Officer of H. H. The Nizam 

of Hyderabad. Silver Bronze 
Statuette. 

788. The Last Arrow. 

Lanteri, E., London. 

789. The Breton Peasant. Bronze 

Bust. 

Lee, T. Stirling, London. 

790. Marble Bust. 

Leighton, Lord, P. R. A. (Deceased). 

791. The Sluggard. Bronze Statuette. 

Lent by Thomas Brock, Es€[., 
R. A. 

Luchesi, A. C, London. 

792. A Love Dream. Bronze Bust. 

793. Life's Coronet. Bronze Bust. 

Mackennal, B., London. 

794. Grief. Marble Statuette. 

795. Mother and Child. Marble Re- 

lief. 

McGeehan, Miss Aniza, London. 

796. The Right Reverend Monsigmor 

Nugent. Bronze Bust. 

797. Innocence. Bronze Statuette. 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Sculpture and Architecture. 



803. 

804. 
805. 



Exhibit 
No. 

McGill, D., London. 

798. Hero and Leander. Bronze Re- 

lief. 

799. Carlyle. Bronze Bust. 

800. The Picolo. Bronze Statuette. 

801. Perdita. Marble. 

Montford, Horace, London. 

802. Hymn to Demeter. Bronze 

Statue. 
Threatened Reprisals. Bronze 

Statuette. 
Morning. Bronze Statuette. 
Leda. Bronze Relief. 
Montford, Paul R., London. 

806. Sans Coeur. Bronze Statuette. 

807. Spring Whispers. Bronze Statu- 

ette. 
Mullins, Roscoe E., London. 

808. Robin Goodfellow. Marble. 

809. Boy with Top. Bronze. 

Pegram, H., A. R. A. 

810. Last Song. Bronze Relief. 

811. My Wife. Bronze Bust. 

812. Pensees. Bronze Bust. 

Pomeroy, F. W., London. 

813. The Snake Charmer. Bronze 

Statuette. 

814. Snowdrop. Marble Statuette. 

Reynolds-Stephens, W., London. 

815. Castles in the Air. Statuette 

and Pedestal in Metals, Mar- 
bles and Inlays. 

Rhind, W. B., Edinburgh. 

816. The Young Samuel. Marble 

Bust. 

Rodocanachi, Miss H., London. 

817. Portrait of a Lady. Low Relief, 

Silver. 

818. Portrait of My Father. Low 

Relief, Copper. 

Swan, John M., A. R, A., R. W. S., Lon- 
don. 

819. A Wounded Leopard. Bronze. 

Lent by G. L Gould, Esq., Lake- 
wood, N. J. 

Thomycroft, Hamo, R. A., London. 

820. Teucer. Bronze Statuette. 

821. The Bather. Bronze Statuette. 

822. The Mower. Bronze Statuette. 

823. King Edward L Bronze Eques- 

trian Statuette. 
Toft, A., London. 

824. The Spirit of Contemplation. 

Bronze Statue. 



Exhibit 
No. 

825. The Sere and Yellow Leaf. 

Bronze Head. 

826. Hagar. Bronze Statuette. 

Tweed, J., London. 

827. Ideal Head. Bronze. 

828. Portrait of the late Cecil Rhodes. 

Bronze. 

Walker, A. G., London. 

829. The Kiss. Marble Relief. 

830. Motherhood. Marble Relief. 

831. The Thorn. Bronze Statuette. 

Wheatley, Oliver, London. 

832. Time and Tide. Ideal Figure. 

White, Mabel, London. 

833. The Thoughts of Childhood. 

Marble Bust. 



GROUP 12. 
ARCHITECTURE. 

Adams, Maurice B., F. R. I. B. A., Chis- 

wick. 

834. The Normans, Rusper, Sussex. 

Drawing. 

835. The Normans, Rusper, Sussex. 

Garden (Rear Front). 

836. Camberwell Polytechnic, Peck- 

ham Road, London, S. E. 
Drawing. 

Anderson, Sir Rowland, LL.D., F. R. S. 
E., Edinburgh. 

837. Edinburgh University, McEwan 

Hall. Exterior and Interior 
Views. Photographs. 

838. Scottish National Portrait Gal- 

lery. View from Northeast. 
Pen and Ink Drawing. View 
of Principal Entrance and Two 
Views of Central Hall. Photo- 
graphs. 

839. Keir House, Stirlingshire, the 

Residence of Captain Stirling. 
New Dining and Billiard 
Rooms. Photographs. 

840. Braidburn House, Midlothian. 

View of North and South 
Fronts and Interior of Entrance 
Hall. Photographs. 

841. Memorials to the Marquis of 

Montrose and to the late Lord 
President Inglis, Lord Justice 
General of Scotland, in St. 
Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh 
Photographs. 



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Architecture, 



Exhibit 
No. 

842. Memorials to the late J. R. Find- 

lay, Esq., of Aberlour, to the 
late Duke of Buccleuch and to 
the late Dean Ramsey. Photo- 
graphs. 

843. State Halberds, belonging to the 

Municipality of Edinburgh. 
Photographs. 

Austin & Paley, Lancaster. 

844. St. George's Church, Stockport. 

1. Exterior perspective view. 

Pen and Ink Drawing. 

2. Three interior views in one 

frame. Photographs. 

845. Liverpool Cathedral, Final Com- 

petition Design. 

1. South longitudinal elevation, 

8-foot scale. Drawing. 

2. West elevation, 8-foot scale. 

Drawing. 

Bateman, C. E., Birmingham. 

846. Warehouses of Messrs. Geo. 

Jones & Son, Printers, Bir- 
mingham. Water Color. 

847. House at Barnt Green, Worces- 

tershire. Water Color. 

Belcher, John, A. R. A., London. 

848. Electra House. Photograph. 

849. Cornbury Park. Photograph. 

850. Building for the Chartered Ac- 

countants. Photograph. 

Bentley, John Francis (Deceased). 

851. Westminster Cathedral. 

Frame No. i. Two External 
Views of the West End. 
One External \ icw from the 
South End. 

Frame No. 2. External View 
of Archbishop's House and 
Cathedral. Upper part of 
Campanile. External View 
of Cathedral from the East. 

Frame No. 3. Interior View of 
Nave from the West. Inter- 
ior View of South Transept, 
Interior View of South Tran- 
sept and Sanctuary. Lent by 
Messrs. John F. Bentley & 
Son. 

Bidlake, W. H., Birmingham. 

852. St. Agatha's Church, Birming- 

ham. Drawing. 

853. A House at Four Oaks, Birming- 

ham. Photographs. 



Kxhibit 
No. 

Blomfield, Reginald, London. 

854. Music Room, Hatchlands, Guil- 

ford. Drawing. 

855. Brocklesby Park, Lincolnshire. 

Four Views. Photographs. 

856. South African War Memorial, 

Haileybury. One View. Photo- 
graph. 

857. House at Medmenham, Bucks. 

Drawing. 

858. Processional Cross for St. Paul's 

Cathedral. Drawing. 

859. New Warehouse, Greycoat Place, 

S. W. Photograph. 

860. Caythorpe Court, Lincolnshire. 

Two Views. Photographs. 

861. Heathfield Park, Sussex. One 

View. Photograph. 

Brewill & Bailey, Nottingham. 

862. St. John the Baptist, South 

Witham, Lincolnshire. 

863. Infants' School, Creswell, Derby- 

shire. Pen and Ink Drawing. 

864. The Croft, Newark. Pen and 

Ink Drawing. 

865. St. Edith's Church, Adwick, Lin- 

colnshire. 

866. Seacrofts, Golf Links Hotel. 

Briggs & Wolstenholme, Hobbs, F. B., 
and Thornely, Arnold, Liverpool. 

867. The Mersey Docks and Harbour 

Board, New Head Offices, Liv^ 
pool. Drawing. 

Brock, Thomas, R. A. (See Sculpture.) 

Burnet, J. J., A. R. S. A., Glasgow. 

868. Athenaeum Buildings, Buchanan 

Street, Glasgow. Drawing. 

Caroe, W. D., London. 

869. St. David's Church, Exeter. 

Drawing. 

870. St. David's Church, Exeter. 

Photograph. 

871. St. David's Church, Exeter. 

Photograph. 

872. St. David's Church, Exeter. 

Photograph. 

873. St. Andrew's Church, Stoke 

Dameral, Devonport. Drawing. 

874. Archbishop's Palace, Canterbury. 

Drawing. 

875. English Design for Lady Chapel, 

St. Patrick's Cathedral, New 
York. 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART, 



Architecture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Champneys, B., London. 

876. Ryland Library, etc. Six Frames. 

Drawing,?. 

877. New College, Oxford. Two 

Frames. Drawings. 

878. Winchester College, Quincen- 

tenary Memorial. Drawing. 

Corlette, H. C, London. 

879. Liverpool Cathedral. Competi- 

tion Design. Exterior View. 
Drawing. 

880. Liverpool Cathedral. Competi- 

tion Design. Interior View. 
Drawing. 

881. Burton Hall, Cheshire. Draw- 

ing. Joint Design by C. A. 
Nicholson and H. C. Corlette. 
Lent by Messrs. Nicholson & 
Corlette. 

Creswell, H. O., London. 

882. Houses in Park Street, Gros- 

venor Square. Drawing. 

883. House in Leamington, Warwick. 

Drawing. 

Dawber, Guy, London. 

884. House at Stanstead, Surrey. 

Drawing. 

885. Nether Swell Manor, Gloucester- 

shire. Garden Front. Drawing. 

886. Westhope Manor, Shropshire. 

Garden Front. Drawing. 

887. Westhope Manor, Shropshire. 

Entrance Front. Drawing. 

Deane, Sir T. N. (the late), and Deane, 
Thos. Manly, Dublin. 

888. Museum and National Library 

Buildings, Dublin. Six Photo- 
graphs. 

889. Competition Design for the Im- 

perial Institute. Perspective 
and Elevation. Lithographs. 

890. Competition Design for Comple- 

tion of South Kensington Mu- 
seum. Perspective, Elevation 
and Detail Drawing. Lent by 
Thos. Manly Deane, Esq. 

Doyle, J. Francis, Liverpool. 

891. The Royal Insurance Buildings, 

Liverpool. Drawing. Lent by 
the Royal Insurance Company. 
Field, Horace, London. 

892. Three Houses, Hampstead, Lon- 

don, N. W. Drawing. 

893. New General Offices, North 

Eastern Railway, York. Draw- 
ing. 



Exhibit 
No. 

894. Farmery at Burton, in the 

County of Sussex. Photograph. 

895. Series of Small Photographs 

framed together. Various 
Houses, etc., in England. 
Photographs. 

896. New Ofifices for the North East- 

ern Railway, Cowley Street, 
Westminster, S. W. Photo- 
graph. 

Figgis, T. P., and Wilson, A. N., London. 

897. Inebriates' Home, Lingfield, Sur- 

rey. Drawing. 

898. Scheme for Co-operative Kitchen 

and Laundry. Drawing. 

899. Moorgate Street Station and 

General Offices, City and South 
London Electric Railway. 
Drawing. Lent by T. P. Fig- 
gis, Esq. 

Flockhart, William, London. 

900. Rosehaugh, Ross-shire, N. B. 

View from South-West. Arch- 
itectural Drawing. 

901. Parkwood, Near Henley-on- 

Thames, Oxfordshire. South- 
E a s t View. Architectural 
Drawing. 

902. Parkwood, Near Henley-on- 

Thames, Oxfordshire. Photo- 
graphs of the Hall. 

George, Ernest, & Yeates, London. 

903. Welbeck Abbey, New Dining 

Room. Drawing. 

904. Crathorne, Yarm-on-Tees, Yorks. 

Drawing. 

905. The Crematorium, Golders 

Green. Drawing. 

Godsell, G. H., London. 

906. Church of St. Mary, Hornsey, N. 

Drawing. 

907. Church of St. Luke, Enfield, N. 

Drawing. 

908. Church of the Good Shepherd, 

Gospel Oak. Drawing. 

909. Church of St. Peter, Hornsey. 

Drawing. 

910. Lady Chapel, Church of St. 

Michael, Coppenhall, Crewe. 
Drawing. 

Goldie, E., London. 

911. Hawkcsyard Priory, Staffs. 

912. Church at Wood Green. 
9iaa. Ashorne House, Warwickshire. 



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Architecture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Hare, H. T., London. 

913. Town Hall, Harrogate. Draw- 

ing. 

914. Town Hall, Crewe. Drawing. 

Lent by the Artist. 

Hart, Alfred H., London. 

915. House, Hadley Road, Middlesex. 

Drawing of Completed Build- 
ing. 

916. The Garden of a House in Had- 

ley Road, Middlesex. 

Horsley, Gerald C, London. 

917. St. Paul's School for Girls, Ham- 

mersmith, W. Drawing. 

918. Design for a Country House in 

Wiltshire. Drawing. 

919. Longpdon Church, Leek, Staf- 

fordshire. Drawing. 

Ince, H., London. 

920. Reredos, St. Mary, Oatlands, 

Surrey. Tinted Photograph. 

921. Ashburton Memorial, Charter- 

house. Photograph. 

Jack, G., London. 

922. House at Aresaig. Water Color 

Drawing. 

Jackson, T. G., R. A., London. 

923. Design Submitted in the Select 

Competition for the Memorial 
to Queen Victoria. Pen and 
Ink Drawing. 

924. New Chapel for Giggleswick 

School, Yorkshire. Six Photo- 
graphs. 

Lucas, Geoffry, A. R. I, B. A., London. 

925. Sandhill Close, Hitchin, Herts. 

Drawing. 

926. Mannington Church, Essex. Ex- 

terior. Drawing. 

927. Mannington Church, Essex. In- 

terior. Drawing. 

Lucas, Geoffry, A. R. I. B. A., and Strat- 
ton, Arthur, A, R. I. B. A., London. 

928. Church at Southend-on-Sea. In- 

terior Perspective View. Draw- 
ing. 

929. Church at Southend-on-Sea. 

Scale Drawings. 

Lutyens, E. L., London. 

930. Country Houses and Gardens. 

Six Frames. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Mackenzie, Alexander M., Aberdeen. 

931. Clock _ Tower, Fyrie Castle. 

Drawing. 

932. University of Aberdeen, Mitchell 

Tower. Photograph. 
933- Greyfriars Church, Aberdeen. 
Drawing. 

Mallows, C. E., & Grocock, London. 

934. Pond Garden, Biddenham. Pen 
Drawing. 

May, E. J., London. 

935- Jardine Hall, Dumfriesshire. 

Drawings. 
936. House at Wimbledon, Surrey. 

Photographs. 

Mileham, C. H., London. 

937- St. Mark's Church, Plumstead, 

London. 

Plain and Side Elevation. 
Drawing. 

End Elevation and Two Sec- 
tions. Drawing. 

End Elevation and Photo- 
graphs. 

Mitchell, Arnold, London. 

938. Tissington Hall, England (for 

Sir Richard Fitzherbert). 
Drawing. 

939. The Royal Villa and Golf Pavil- 

ion, Ostend, Belgium (erected 
for H. M. the King of the Bel- 
gians). Drawing. 

940. Maesycrugian Manor, England 

(for Sir Courtenay Mansel). 
Drawing. 

Moore, Temple, London. 

941. St. Cuthbert's Church, Middles- 

bro'. Exterior. Drawing. 

942. Design for St. Columbus, Mid- 

dlesbro'. Interior. Drawing. 
943- St. Botolph, Carlton-in-Cleve- 
land. Drawing. 

Mountford, E. W., London. 

944. New Sessions House, Old Bailey. 

Exterior and Interior Views. 
Drawings. 

945. Sheffield Town Hall. Photo- 

graph. Drawing. 

Newton, Ernest, London. 

946. Bank at Bromley, Kent. Water 

Color Drawing. 

947. Glebelands, Wokingham. En- 

trance Front. Water Color 
Drawing. 



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Architecture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

948. Glebelands, Wokingham. Stair- 

case. Water Color Drawing. 

949. Steep Hill, Jersey. Entrance 

Front. Drawing. 

950. Steep Hill, Jersey. Hall. Photo- 

graph. 

951. House at Chiselhurst. Entrance 

Front. Drawing. 

952. House at Winchfield. Entrance 

Front. Drawing. 

Nicholson, Sir Charles, Bart, London. 

953. Church at Yiewsley, Uxbridge. 

(Study for Decorations.) Draw- 
ing. Lent by Messrs. Nichol- 
olson & Corlette. 

Niven & Wigglesworth, London. 

954. Rosemount, Wrotham, Kent. 

Drawing. 

955. Annex to the Scandinavian 

Sailors' Home, London. Photo- 
graph. 

956. Hillington, Walton-on-Thames, 

Surrey. Photograph. 

957. R. M. S. "Carisbrook Castle." 

Saloon Well. Photograph. 

958. Kincardine, Deeside, Aberdeen- 

shire, Scotland. Drawing. 

959. Entrance Front, the Passmore 

Edwards Sailors' Palace, Lon- 
don. Photograph. 

Pite, Beresford, London. 

960. Design for Anglican Cathedral, 

Liverpool. Front . Elevation. 
Drawing. 

961. Design for Anglican Cathedral. 

Liverpool. Front Plan. Draw- 
ing. 

962. Restaurant, Great Portland 

Street, London. Drawing. 

963. Christ Church, North Brixton, 

London. Drawing. 

Poynter, Ambrose, London. 

964. Mount Grace Priory, Northaller- 

ton, Yorkshire. Drawing. 

Prior E. S., London. 

965. Medic'al Schools, Cambridge. 

Exterior View. Wash Drawing 

966. Medical School, Cambridge. In- 

terior of Museum. Wash Draw- 
ing. 

967. Netley Pathological Labora- 

tories. Wash Drawing. 

Prynne, G. H. H., London. 

968. All Saints' Church, West Dul- 

wich. Exterior. Drawing. 



Exhibit 
No. 

969. Holy Trinity Church, Roehamp- 

ton. Interior View. Drawing. 

970. All Saints' Church, Lower Syden- 

ham. Interior View. Drawing. 

Quennell, C. H. B., London. 

971. Entrance to House in Rosecroft 

Avenue, Hampstead. Drawing. 

972. View of Stables, Gallops Home- 

stead, Sussex. Drawing. 

Reilly, C. H., London. 

973. Design for a Metropolitan Cathe- 

dral. Exterior View. Drawing. 

974. Design for a Metropolitan Cathe- 

dral. Interior View. Drawing. 

Ricardo, Halsey, London. 

975. New Government Offices, Johan- 

nesburg. Elevations and Sec- 
tion Drawing. 

976. Plans of New Government 

Offices, Johannesburg. Draw- 
ing. 

977. Perspective Views of New Gov- 

ernment Offices, Johannesburg. 
(Two in one frame.) Drawings. 

Schultz, R. W., London. 

978. Reconstruction of Westerkame's 

Tower, Isle of Bute. Drawing. 

979. House at Falkland, Fifeshire. 

Interior. Photograph. 

980. An English Country House, 

Scaler's Hill, Cobham, Kent. 
Photograph. 

981. Views of a London Garden. 

Photograph. 

Scorer, G. O., London. 

982. House, Isle of Wight. Drawing. 

Scott, J. O., London. 

983. Tower of St. IMichael's Church, 

Bournemouth. Pen and Ink 
Drawing. 

984. North Transept, Church of St. 

John the Baptist, Norwich. 
Pen and Ink Drawing. 

Shiner, C. M., London. 

985. Hall. Stitford Lodge, Stifford, 

Essex (for Herbert Brooks, 
Esq.). Drawing. 

Simpson, J. W., London. 

986. The Roedean School, Brighton. 

Drawing. 

Skipworth, A. H., London. 

First Design for Liverpool 
Cathedral. 



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Architecture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

987. Interior View. Drawing. 

988. Exterior View. Drawing. 

Stokes, L. A., London. 

989. The Entrance Tower, All Saints' 

Convent, St. Albans. Drawing. 

990. Hill End, Wendover. Drawing. 

991. Littleshaw, Woldingham. Draw- 

ing. 

Tapper, W. J., London. 

992. Font Cover, Grantham Parish 

Church. Drawing. 

993. Reredos, Grantham Parish 

Church. Drawing. 

Thomas, F. Inigo, London. 

994. Duart Castle, Isle of Mull. 

Water Color Drawing. 

995. Scheme for Memorial to Queen 

Victoria. Pen and Ink Draw- 
ing. 

996. Drakelowe, Derbyshire.' Oil 

Painting Design. 

Townsend, C. Harrison, London. 

997. Whitechapel Picture Gallery. 

Drawing. 

998. Horniman Free Museum, Lon- 

don. Drawing. 

Voysey, C. F. A., London. 

999. The Orchard, Chorley Wood, 

Herts. Photograph. 

1000. Norbrey, Shackleford, Godalm- 

ing, Surrey. For Canon Grane. 
Photograph. 
looi. House on the Hog's Back, near 
Guilford. For Julian Sturgis. 
Photograph. 

1002. Percycroft, Colwall, Malvern, 

For J. W. Wilson, Esq., M. P. 
Photograph. 

1003. Baurint Tree Farm, Castlemor- 

ton. For R. H. Cazalet, Esq. 
Photograph. 

Wade, Fairfax B., London. 

1004. The Royal School of Art Nee- 

dlework, South Kensington, 
London. Drawing. 

1005. Details of the same. Photo- 

graph. 

1006. Lord Windsor's Town House, 

Mount Street, London, W. 
Photograph. 

1007. Lord Windsor's Town House, 

Mount Street, London, W. 
Colored Drawing. 

1008. Lord Windsor's Town House, 

Mount Street, London, W. 
Details of Interior. Photo- 
graph. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Wakley, H. M., London. 

1009. Design for Municipal Buildings 

and Free Library, Barry. 

Drawing. 
loio. Club House, Sunningdale Golf 

Club. Photograph. 

Warren, E. P., London. 

loii. Bedales School, Petersfield, 
Hants. Drawing. 

1012. Bryanston Church, Blandford, 

Dorset: 
External View from South- 

West. Photograph. 
Internal View looking East. 

Photograph. 

1013. Houses and Shops, High Street, 

Oxford. Water Color Draw- 
ing. 

1014. St. Peter's Church, Lowestoft: 
External View from the North- 

West. Drawing. 
Internal View, looking East. 
Drawing. 

Waterhouse, Sir A., R. A., London. 

1015. Chief Offices of Prudential As- 

surance Company, Holborn 
Bars, London, E. C. Water 
Color. 

Webb, Aston, R. A., P. R. I. B. A., Lon- 
don. 

1016. The Royal College of Science, 

South Kensington, London. 
Drawing. 

Webb, Aston, and Bell, E. Ingress. 

1017. The New Birmingham Univer 

sity. Drawing. 

Wheeler, F., London. 

1018. Block A, Mount Vernon Hospi- 

tal for Consumption (Open 
Air Treatment), Northwood, 
Middlesex. Water Color 
Drawing. 

1019. Chapel, Mount Vernon Hospi- 

tal, Northwood, Middlesex. 
Water Color Drawing. 

Wimperis, Edmund, & East, London. 

1020. Business premises, Leicester 

Square. Drawing. 

Wood, Edgar, Manchester. 

1021. Bannyroyd, Huddersfield. 

Water Color Drawing. 

1022. Birkby Lodge, Huddersfield. 

Interior. Water Color Draw- 
ing. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



GROUP 14. 

ORIGINAL OBJECTS OF ART 

WORKMANSHIP. 

(Note: The initials "A. & C." after 
the name of an Exhibitor indicate mern- 
bership of the Arts and Crafts Exhibi- 
tion Society.) 

Exhibit 
No. 

1. Bound Book, "News from No- 

where." 

By W. Morris. Bound green 
pigskin, oak-tree design. 

2. Bound Book, "Four Lectures." 

By W. Morris. Bound green 
morocco, border design, and 
panel of lettering. 

3. Bound Book, "Seven Poems and 

Two Translations." 
Tennyson. Doves Press Edition. 

4. Bound Book, "Roots of the Moun- 

tains." 
By William Morris. (Late A. 
& C.) 

5. Bound Book, "Wind Along the 

Waste." 
Daniel Press. Painted vellum. 
1-5. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by Katharine Adams, 
A. & C. 
t. Silver Salt Cellar. 

7. Silver Salt Cellar Set Topaz. 

8. Silver and Pottery Salt Cellar. 

9. Silver Mustard Spoon. 

10. Silver Jam Dish set with Chryso- 

prase. 

11. Silver and Enamel Ink Pot. 

12. Silver Porringer. 

13. Silver Cup set with 77 Carbuncles. 

14. Silver Box and Lid set with Ama- 

zon Stone. 

15. Silver Finger Ring set with Five 

Amethysts. 

16. Gold Finger Ring set with Sapphire 

and Enamel. 

17. Gold Finger Ring set with Amethyst 

and Enamel. 

18. Carved Gold Ring set with Peridot. 

19. Carved Silver Ring set with Jargoon. 

20. Gold and Silver Ring set with Al- 

madine. 

21. Gold Finger Ring set with Peridots 

and Sapphires. 

22. Gold Finger Ring set ;7ith Star 

Ruby and Sapphire. 



Exhibit 
Nc. 

23. Gold Finger Ring set with Peridots. 

24. Silver Buckle set with Pearl Blisters 

and Amethysts. 

25. Gold Ship Pendant: Applique 

Enamel and Pearls. 

26. Silver Cock Brooch set with Sap- 

phires and Tourmalines. 

27. Gold Pendant and Chain set with 

one Oriental Pearl. 

28. Silver Brooch set with Enamel and 

one Star Stone. 
6-28. Exhibited and designed by 

C. R. Ashbee, A. & C, and Mem- 
bers of the Guild of Handicraft. 
Executed by the Guild of Handi- 
craft. 

29. "Eve and the Serpent." 

30. "The Harpies." 

31. "The Tiger." 

32. "Constance." 

29-32. Water Color Prints from 
Wood Blocks. Printed in a 
manner similar to that practiced 
by the Japanese. 
Exhibited and designed by John 

D. Batten, A. & C. 

Executed by F. Morley Fletcher 
and John D. Batten. 

33. Decorative Panel, "In the Green- 

wood." 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Amelia Bauerle. 

34. "Jason Ploughing the Acre of 

Mars." (Copper relief.) 

35. Hand Mirror. 

Copper and silver, with handle 

of lignum vitae. Frame set with 

turquoise. 

34 and 35. Exhibited, designed 

and executed by Gilbert Bayes, 

A. & C. 

36. Bound Book. Poetical Works of 

Dante Gabriel Rossetti. 

37. Bound Book. "La vita nuova" di 

Dante. 

36 and 27- Exhibited, designed 
and executed by Helen Bayly. 

38. "Mother and Child." (Colored re- 

lief.) 

39. "Charity." (Colored relief.) 

38 and 39. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by R. Anning 
Bell, A. R. W. S., A. & C. 



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Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibit 
Nc-. 

40. Repousse Silver Waist Buckle. (De- 

sign, Mediaeval ships.) 

41. Embroidered Blue Linen for Tea 

Cosy. 
40 and 41. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by Dora Bell. 

42. "Love Rules His Kingdom Without 

a Sword." 
Designed by Louis Davis, A. 
& C. 

43. "Britannia." 

Designed by Heywood Sumner, 
A. & C. 

44. "The Annunciation." 

Designed by Selwyn Image, A. 
& C. 

42, 43, 44. Reproduced in colors 
by James Akermann. 

45. "Of Such is the Kingdom of 

Heaven." 
Designed by Christopher Whall, 
A. & C. ■ 
Colored by hand. 
42-45. Exhibited by George Bell 
& Sons. 

46. "Alfred the King." 

Designed and exhibited by Chas. 
M. Gere, A. & C. 
42-46. Fitzroy School Pictures. 
47- Small Tea Service on Tray. (Four 

pieces, Electro-plate.) 
48. Tray with Coffee Pot, Tea Pot and 
Hot Water Jug. (Electro-plate.) 
49- Clock with Pair of Candlesticks. 
(Polished Brass.) 

50. Mounted Vase of Powell Glass. 

(Tall.) 

51. Mounted Vase of Powell Glass. 

(Flat.) 

52. Pair of Moulded Candlesticks. (An- 

tique Silver Finish.) 

47-52. Exhibited by W. A. S. 

Benson & Co., Ltd. 

Designed by W. A. S. Benson, 

A. & C. 

Executed by J. Lovegrove. 
53- Enamel Pendant. 

Designed, executed and exhibited 

by Mrs. E. Bethune and Miss 

Elizabeth Newton. 
54. Silver Bowl. 
55- Silver Candlestick. 
56. Silver Cup. 
57- Silver Cup. 

54-57. Designed and executed 

by A. S. Dixon, A. & C, and I. 

Large, Birmingham Guild of 

Handicraft. 



Exhibit 
No. 

58. Silver Belt Clasp. 

59. Silver Belt Clasp. 

60. Silver Belt Clasp. 

58-60. Designed by Arthur 
Fowler. 

Executed by George Izon, Birm- 
ingham Guild of Handicraft. 

61. Silver Casket. 

62. Silver Casket 

63. Silver and Bronze Jar. 

61-63. Designed by G. T. Tar- 
ling, Birmingham Guild of 
Handicraft. 

Executed by G. T. Tarling and 
others. 

54-63. Exhibited by the Bir- 
mingham Guild of Handicraft, 
Ltd. 

64. Carved and Gilt Frame. 

65. Wood Box. (Carved and gilt.) 

64-65. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by J. Lindsay Black. 

66. Portions of a Frieze, "The Pilgrims' 

Way." (Stencilled upon linen.) 
By a special arrangement of 
stencils, the design repeats with 
constantly varying continuation 
of landscape background figures 
and foreground, no two repeats 
being identical. It can be adapted 
to any length of wall and divi- 
sions planned to coincide with 
corners or angles. Three plate 
stencils, subject, "Foreign Pil- 
grims Traveling from South- 
ampton to Canterbury by the 
North Downs." 

67. "Summer is i cummen in." 

68. Continuous Frieze, "The Sea Maid- 

ens' Race." 

66-68. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by Herbert A. Bone. 

69. Case of Enamel Jewelry: 

(a) Chrysoprase and Enamel 
Pendant. 

(b) Crystal and Garnet Necklace. 

(c) Pearl and Silver Brooch. 

(d) Dragon Fly Brooch. 

(e) Enamel Pendant. 

(f) Pearl and Chrysoprase Pend- 
ant. 

(g) Opal and Enamel Pendant. 
Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Albert E. Bonner. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibit 
No. 

70. Bound Book, "The Elf." 

Exhibited and designed by James 

J. Guthrie. 

Executed by T. Bright. 

71. May Song. 

A musical composition by Dr. 
Elgar, printed by hand upon 
veUum from engravings upon 
wood, by Reginald B. Lodge. 
Exhibited by W. H. Broome. 
Designed by Walter Crane, R. 
W. S., A. & C. 
Executed by F. R. Tissington. 

72. Silk Bedspread. 

Exhibited and executed by Char- 
lotte Browne. 

73. Decorative Panel worked in silk: 

"Winter." 

74. Decorative Panel worked in silk: 

"The Coming of the Frost." 
73 and 74. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by Kate Button. 

75. Silk Fabric for Lining and Cover. 

Presented to the Prince of Wales 
by the city of Manchester (Sym- 
bolic design). 

Exhibited and designed b y 
Henry Cadness. 
Executed by Fred Kay. 

76. Colored Drawing, "A Christmas 

Garland." 
Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Edith Calvert. 

77. Bound Book, "Ivanhoe." 

Designed and executed by 
Arthur Langford. 

78. Bound Book, Poems by Vaughan. 

Designed and executed by 
Roland Hill. 

79. Bound Book, "Tales from Shakes- 

peare." 

Designed and executed by 
William Terry. 

80. Small Inlaid Table. 

Designed and executed by Hu- 
bert Martin. 



Exhibit 
No. 

81. Embroidered Bag. 

Designed and executed by Bea- 
trice Venables. 

77-81. Exhibited by the Cam- 
berwell School of Arts and 
Crafts. 

82. Three-Handled Mug. 

83. Brown Four-Handled Jar. 

82 and 83. Exhibited by A. Car- 
dew. 
Designed and executed by E. B. 

Fishley. 

84. Design. (Printed cotton.) 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Alfred Carpenter. 

85. "Cuir bouilli" Casket. 

86. "Cuir bouilli" Box. 

87. Colored Wax Medallion. 

88. Enameled Glass Bonbonniere. 

89. Enameled Glass Bonbonniere. 

90. Enameled Glass Bottle. 

85-90. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by Nelia Casella, A. 
& C. 

91. A Cat Washing Herself. (Study in 

terra cotta.) 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Alice Mary Chaplin. 

92. Tigers and Tiger Lilies. 

Hanging in home-spun (He- 
brides) and wool tapestry. Hand 

woven. Vegetable dyed. 
Designed by A. Carbusight. 

93. "The Deer Park." 

Conventional hanging of stages 
in hand-woven tapestry of home- 
spun and vegetable dyed wool. 
92 and 93. Exhibited by A. M. 
Clive-Bayley. 

Designed by A. Haddaway. 
Executed by Elizabeth Middle- 
ton and others. 

94. Printed Book. The Authorised Ver- 

sion of the English Bible. Vol. I 

Hammersmith: The Doves Press 
1903 (2 copies). 

Exhibited and designed by T. J 
Cobden-Sanderson, A. & C. 
Emery Walker, A. & C. 
Executed by J. H. Mason, J 
Gutteridge, C. F. Greengrass, H 
Gage-Cole, J. Ryan, T. Waller 
and A. Beaumont (all at the 
Doves Press, Hammersmith). 



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Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibit 
No. 

95. Printed Book. "Cornelii Taciti de 

Vita et Moribus Agricolae Liber." 
Hammersmith: The Doves Press, 
1900. 

96. Printed Book, "Paradise Lost." 

A Poem in 12 books. Hammer- 
smith: The Doves Press, 1902. 
94-96. Exhibited and designed 
by T. J. Cobden-Sanderson, A. 
& C, Emery Walker, A. & C. 
Executed by J. H. Mason, J. 
Gutteridge, C. F. Greengrass, H. 
Gage-Cole, J. Ryan, T. Waller 
and A. Beaumont (all at the 
Doves Press, Hammersmith). 

97. Bound Book. "Cornelii Taciti de 

Vita et Moribus Julii Agricolae 
Liber." 

Hammersmith, 1900. 

98. Bound Book, William Morris. 

An address by J. W. Mackail. 
Hammersmith, 1900. 

99. Bound Book, "Paradise Lost." 

Hammersmith, 1902. 

100. Bound Book, "Seven Poems and 

Two Translations." 

By Lord Tennyson. Hammer- 
smith, 1902. 

loi. Bound Book, "The Ideal Book, or 
Book Beautiful." 
By T. J. Cobden-Sanderson, A. 
& C. Hammersmith, 1900. 

102. Bound Book, "The Floure and the 

Leafe." 

Hammersmith, Kelmscott Press, 

1896. 

97-102. Exhibited and designed 

by T. J. Cobden-Sanderson, A. 

& C. 

Executed by Charles MacLeish, 

Charles Wilkinson, and Bessie 

Hooley, The Doves Bindery, 

Hammersmith. 

103. Bound Book, "Sonnets of Shakes- 

peare." 

Vale Press. Bound in green mo- 
rocco. 

104. Bound Book, "Works of Geoffrey 

Chaucer, 1687." 
Bound in green seal leather. 
103-104. Exhibited and designed 
by Douglas Cockerell, A. & C. 
Executed by G. March. 



Exhibit 
No. 

105. Box in Shagreen and Silver. 

106. Octagonal Box in Shagreen and 

Silver. 

105 and 106. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by J. Paul Cooper, 
A. & C. 

107. Tea Cloth applied and embroidered 

on white linen. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Alice Lucy Cox. 

108. Model of a Boathouse for Mrs. 

Brown-Potter, at Maidenhead, 
England. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Lionel Francis Crane. 

109. A Portiere on Linen. (Worked in 

silk and cotton.) 

Representing the Sun, Moon, 

and Stars and Signs of the 

Zodiac. 

Exhibited and executed by Mrs. 

Walter Crane. 

Designed by Walter Crane, R. 

W. S., A. & C. 

no. Mural Cloisonne Tile Panel. 

Exhibited and designed b y 

Walter Crane. 

Executed by Pilkington & Co. 

111. Original Designs for Mural Tiles: 

"The Five Senses." 

112. Original Designs for Book Decora- 

tion, "The Old Garden, Mrs. De- 
land." 

113. Original Design for a Stained Glass 

Window. 

114. Original Design for a Municipal 

Mace, for silver-gilt and enamel. 
111-114. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by Walter Crane, R. 
W. S., A. & C. 

115. Copper Medallion: "Confidences." 

Executed by Francis Darlington. 

116. Printed Designs. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Charles E. Dawson. 

117. Yoke for Child's Dress, in Patch- 

work Applique. (Silk.) 
Exhibited and designed by Rob- 
ert Dawson, A. R. C. A. 
Executed by Mrs. R. A. Dawson. 

118. Table Centre. 

Exhibited and executed by Flor- 
ence Doe. 



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Exhibit 
No. 

119. A Chess Box. 

Painted Wood. Decorations il- 
lustrative of chess. 

120. A Painted Bowl: "Scarlet Runners." 

121. A Painted Bowl: "Michaelmas 

Daisies." 

119-121. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by Andrew Brown Don- 
aldson. 

122. Bowl in Doulton Stoneware. 

Exhibited by Doulton & Co. 
Designed and executed by F. C. 
Pope. 

123. "Kneeling Angel." Panel. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Conrad Dressier, A. & C. 

124. "Music." Panel in Translucent 

Enamel. 

125. "Evening." Panel in Translucent 

Enamel. In brass frame, set with 
jade. 

124 and 125. Exhibited by Mary 

and Charles H. Eastlake. 

Designed by Mary Eastlake. 

Executed by Mary and Charles 

H. Eastlake. 

126. "Spring Music." Colored Plaster 

Relief. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Lilian Edmunds. 

127. Fire Irons and Stand. 

Exhibited and executed by 
Messrs. J. Elsley & Co. 

128. Blue Green Bottle. (Poppy Dec- 

oration.) 
Exhibited and designed by Sir 
E. H. Elton, Bart. A. & C. 
Executed by Sir E. H. Elton, 
Bart, assisted by G. Masters. 

129. Wood Carving, Man's Head. 

130. Wood Carving, Girl's Head. 

129 and 130. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by Frank L. 
Emanuel. 

131. Printed Book, "Masque of the Ed- 

wards." 

Bound in white holly. 

132. Printed Book, "Woolman's Jour- 

nal." 

Bound in green levant morocco. 

133. Printed Book Wren's "Parentalia." 



Exhibit 
No. 

134. Printed Book, "Masque of the Ed- 

wards" on Vellum. 

135. Printed Book, Chaucer's "Flower 

and Leaf." 

136. Printed Book, Bunyan. 

Bound in brown pigskin. 

137. Printed Book, "American Sheaves." 

By C. R. Ashbee. Bound in 
green morocco. 

138. Printed Book, "Shakespeare." 

Bound in white pigskin. 

139. Printed Book, "Praises of FoUie." 

Bound in red pigskin. 

140. Printed Book, "An Endeavor." 

By C. R. Ashbee. Bound in 
brown morocco. 

141. Printed Book, "Hymn of Bar- 

daisan." 
Bound in red morocco. 

142. Printed Book, "Prayer Book of 

Edward VII." 

143. Printed Book, Hoby's "Courtier." 

144. Printed Book, Psalter. 

131-144. Exhibited by Essex 
House Press. 

Designed by C. R. Ashbee, A. 
& C, Miss Power, Miss Edith 
Harwood and Members of the 
Guild of Handicraft, Ltd. 
Executed by Members of the 
Guild of Handicraft, Ltd. 

145. Panel in Copper, Silvered. (Arms 

of Westminster School.) 
145a. Panel in Copper, Silvered. Coat of 
Arms of Geo. H. Vider. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 

by G. W. Eve. 

146. Enamel Panel, "Medea." 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by John Eyre. 

147. Six Dessert Doyleys. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by May Field. 

148. Chalice in Silver and Enamels, set 

with Amber, Moonstones, Ame- 
thysts and Pearl Blisters. 

149. Overmantel in Oxydized Silver 

and Enamel, "The Garden of the 

Soul." 
148 and 149. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by Alexander 
Fisher, A. -^ C. 



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Exhibit 
No. 

150. Print from Set of Wood Blocks, 

"Floodgates." 

151. Print, "The Waterway." 

150 and 151. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by Morley 
Fletcher. 

152. Part of Decoration for Lloyd's 

Registry. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by George Frampton, R. A., A. 
& C. 

153. Portiere Embroidered. (Ship of 

Sixteenth Century.) 
Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Mary W. Freeman. 

154. Throwan. 

(a) "Distant Heather." 

(b) "Early Victorian." 

(c) "Columbine." 
Throwan. 

(d) "Rose Petals." 

(e) "Ordinary Oyster." 

(f) "Dull Peacock." 

155. Throwan. (Designs from things 

in Nature.) 

(a) "Heart of Furnace." 

(b) "Like Ripe Corn." 

(c) "Atmosphere." 

156. English Silk. 

Orange Design. 

157. English Silk Brocade. 

(a) "Fritillary." 

(b) "Iris." 

154-157- Exhibited and designed 
by Annie Garnett. 
Executed by the Misses Garnett, 
MacSchaufhausen, O'Rourke and 
Spinners, Weavers and Em- 
broiderers at The Spinnery, 
Windermere. 

158. "Motleys." 

Panels for a common hall door 
in stained glass. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Claire Gaudet. 

159. Design for a Book Cover in Three 

Colors. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Alice B. Giles. 

160. Plastercast of an Inscription to go 

over Church Door. 
Exhibited and executed by A. E. 
R. Gill. 



Exhibit 
No. 

161. Silver Cup, "Wedding Procession." 

Exhibited and executed by 
Countess Feodora Gleichen. 

162. Hand Mirror. 

Jade, bronze and enamel. 
Exhibited and executed by 
Countess Feodora Gleichen. 

163. Pieces of Silver in Case. 

(i) Silver hand mirror. 

(2) Silver belt. 

(3) Silver tray. 

(4) Silver and opal clasp. 

(5) Pierced clasp. 
Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Bertha L. Goff. 

164. Inlaid Walnut Frame. 

Exhibited and executed by Hon. 
Mabel de Grey. 

165. Bevelled Mirror in Oak Frame. 

166. Carved Oak Chest. 

167. China Cabinet in Oak. 

165-167. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by A. Romney 
Green. 

168. Water Color Print, The Toy Boat. 

169. Water Color Print, Dutch Girls. 

168 and 169. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by Louise M. 
Glazier. 

170. Hand Wrought Jewellery. 

Finger Bowl, sugar spoon, neck- 
lace and waist belt. 
Exhibited, designed and executed 
by W. S. Hadaway, A. & C. 

171. Silver and Cloisonne Enamel 

Necklet. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Dorothy Haig. 

172. Two Colored Photos of Stained 

Glass. 
Exhibited and designed by Regi- 
nald Hallward. A. & C. 

173. Bound Book, "The Hollow Land. 

By William Morris. Bound in 

green morocco. 

Exhibited by Sibyl Barnard and 

Lilian Hay-Cooper. 

Designed by Lilian Hay-Cooper. 

Executed by Sibyl Barnard and 

Lilian Hay-Cooper. 



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Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibit 
No. 

174. Silver-Grain Wardrobe. 

Exhibited and executed by Heal 

& Son. 

Designed by Ambrose Heal, Jr. 

175. Dirsc Pendant with Pearls .and 

Amethysts. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Mrs. Philip Hensley. 

176. Caligraphy, Roman Capitals in 

Gold on Purple Vellum. 
(Commencement of St. John's 
Gospel.) 

177. Caligraphy, Round Writing Pater 

Noster, Credo and Ave. 
(Bound together.) 
176 and 177. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by Graily Hewitt, 
A. & C. 

178. Design for Printed Chintz. 

179. Belt Buckle. 

180. Pair of Knitting Needle Sheaths. 

178-180. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by H. Gertrude Hil- 
desheim. 

181. Three Decorative Drawings. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Dorothy J. Hilton. 

182. Silver Table Centre-piece. 

183. "Eros," Pendant. 

184. Bell Push. 

182-183. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by Joseph Hodel. 

185. Bound Book, "The Rubaiyat of 

Omar Khayyam." 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Else Hoffman. 

186. Panel, "Angel of Judgment." 

Exhibited and designed by 
Henry Holiday, A. & C. 

187. Bound Book, "Song of Songs." 

188. Bound Book, Dante's "Inferno." 

187 and 188. Exhibited, designed 
and printed by C. H. St. J. 
Hornby, A. & C. 

189. Decorative Panel in Leather, 

"Orpheus and Eurydice." 

190. Medallion in Leather, St. Cecilia." 

189 and 190. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by Mary G. Hous- 
ton. 



Exhibit 
No. 

191. Woven Hanging, "Vineyard." 

192. Silk Brocade, "Pelican." 

193. Gold Brocade Chalice Veil. 

194. Silk Brocade, "St. Paul's." 

191-194. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by Edmund Hunter. 

195. Design for Stained Glass, "Figure 

of Christ." 
Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Selwyn Image, A. & C. 

196. Lady's Work Table. (Painted in 

oil color on a gesso ground.) 

197. Carved Panel in Oak, "The Sheep- 

fold." 

198. Carved Panel in Italian Walnut. 

196-198. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by George Jack, A. & C. 

199. Eight Framed Examples of Wall 

Papers. 
(a to h) Exhibited by Jeffrey 
& Co. 

Designed by Walter Crane, R. 
W. S., A. & C, Lewis F. Day, 
A. & C, Heywood Summer, A. 
& C, A. F. Vigers, A. & C. 
Executed by G. Godfrey and 
others under the direction of 
Metford Warner, A. & C. 

200. Case of Enamel Jewellery. 

Ship Pendant in silver and 
mother-of-pearl; Peacock clasp 
in silver and champleve enamel; 
Daisy Pendant; Speedwell Pend- 
ant; Peacock Brooch; Speedwell 
Set of Four Buttons. 

201. Woodcut in Colors, "The Stepping 

Stones." 

202. Woodcut in Colors, "Seagulls." 

200-202. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by Ethel Kirkpatrick. 

203. Wood Engraving, "The Gabled 

House." 

204. "The Barbican Gate." 

205. Color Print, "The Bridge." 

206. Color Print, "St. Ives Harbor." 

207. Color Print, "Drying Sails." 

208. Color Print, "Boat-buildings." 

209. Color Print, "The Sloop Inn." 

210. Color Print, "The Lighthouse." 



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Exhibit 
No. 

211. Color Print, "St. Ives Bay." 

203-211. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by Sydney Lee. 

212. Plaster Design for Door Knocker. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Ruby Levick. 

213a. Gold Lace Pin, four opals and 
pearl. 

213b. Lace Pin. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Mrs. E. M. Linnell. 

214. Chimney-piece. 

Designed by George Jack, A. & C. 

215. Grate. 

Designed by George Jack, A. & C. 

216. Enamelled Fire-dogs. (Parrots.) 

Designed by W. R. Lethaby, 
A. & C. 

217. One Pair Bright Wrought-iron 

Fire-dogs, with ornamental rose 

design. 
Designed bv Henry Longden, 
A. & C., and J. Eyre, A. & C. 

218. Copper Models: "Days of Creation." 

Designed by Henry Wilson. 

Executed by R. Catterson-Smith, 

A. & C. 

214-218. Exhibited by Longden 

& Co. 

Executed by Longden & Cc. 

Assisted by Miss Harding, J. 

Eyre, W. Bullas, J. Clucas, and 

J. Dalton, under the direction of 

Henry Longden. 

219. Blotter. 

220. Album. 

219 and 220. Exhibited and de- 
signed by D. S. MacColl. 
Executed by E. M. MacColl, A. 
& C. 

221. Box of Copper-gilt with Five Gold 

Cloisonne Enamel Panels, St. 
George and Dragon. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Ottilie Maclaren. 

222. Teak Cabinet. 

Exhibited by Maids & Harper. 

Designed by Mervyn Macartney,' 

A. & C. 

Executed by T. Davis and T. 

Smith. 



Exhibit 
No. 

223. Panel, St. Cecilia. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Frederick Marriott, A. & C. 

224. Embroidered White Linen Bed- 

spread. 

Exhibited and executed by Ethel 

F. Marrs. 

Designed by Miss Down. 

225. Part Mosaic Panel, Roses. 

Exhibited and designed by Gae- 

tano Meo. 

Executed by H. Anstead and C. 

Potter. 

226. Embroidered Coverlet. 

Exhibited by May Morris. 
Designed by William Morris. 
Executed by May Morris, M. 
Deacon and E. Wright. 

227. "Some Meditations of Marcus 

Aurelius." 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Philip Mortimer. 

228. Painted Screen, "Blake and Van 

Tromp." 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by R. Morton Nance, A. & C. 

229. Proof of Drawings for Mackail's 

"Life of William Morris." 

230. Proofs of Drawings for "Highways 

and By-ways of Shakespeare's 
Country." 

231. Bookplates. 

232. Drawings for Bourget's "Impres- 

sions of Oxford." 
229-232. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by Edmund H. New, 
A. & C. 

233. Oak Table. 

Exhibited and executed by C. 

F. Nielsen. 

Designed by C. F. Annesley 
Voysey, A. & C. 

234. Burse and Chalice Veil. 

Exhibited and executed by Rose 

Parkinson. 

Designed by W. E. Parkinson. 

235. Gold Pendant, moonstones, sap- 

phires, emeralds. 

236. Gold Pendant, enamel, emeralds, 

cabochon sapphire. 
235-236. Exhibited and designed 
by F. J. Partridge. 
Executed by F. J. Partridge and 

G. M. Hart. 



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239- 



240. 
241. 
242. 



243. 
244. 



Exhibit 

237. Bound Book, Guest Book, bound 

in dark green morocco, hand- 
tooled. 

238. Bound Book, "The Discourses of 

Epictetus." In two volumes. 
237 and 238. Exhibited and de- 
signed by Alice Pattinson. 
Executed by Alice Pattinson and 
George Fisher. 

Rose-leaf Necklace of Beads and 
Precious Stones. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by L. and L. V. Peskett. 

Gold and Pearl Necklet. 
Gold and Opal Ring. 
Gold Brooch set with Matrix Emer- 
ald. 
240-242. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by William H. Pick. 

'Painted Tiles. 

Painted Tiles. 

243 and 244. Exhibited by The 

Pilkington Tile and Pottery C/^., 

Ltd. 

Designed by Lewis F. Day, A. 

& C. 

Executed by Lawrence Hall. 

245. Printed Book, "Deux Contes de Ma 

Mere L'Oye." 

Par Ch. Perrault, frontispiece 
(wood engraving), printed in 
black, green and gold. 

246. Printed Book, "Les Ballades de 

Maitu Frangois Villon." 

Frontispiece and border printed 
in black and red (wood engrav- 
ing). 

247. Printed Book, "Aucassin and Nico- 

lete." 

Frontispiece printed in five col- 
ors (wood engraving). 

248. Wood Engravings. 

249. Wood Engraving, ornamental 

border of first page of the 
"Areopagitica" of John Milton. 

245-249. Exhibited and executed 
by Lucien and Esther Pissarro. 
Designed by Lucien Pissarro, A. 
& C. 

250. Cut Glass Spanish Decanter. 

251. Cut Glass Old English Liqueur 

Glass. 



Exhibit 
No. 

252. Cut Glass Old English Liqueur 

Glass. 

253. Cut and Engraved Old English 

Champagne Glass. 
250-253. Exhibited by James 
Powell & Sons. 
Cut by W. Longshore. 
Blown by T. Cardoe and T. 
Smith. 

254. Finger Bowl with Blue "Tears." 

Designed by H. J. Powell, A. 
& C. 

Executed by T. J. Avery. 

255. Flower Bowl with Blue "Tears." 

From Picture by Hugo Vander- 
goes in Uffizi Gallery. 
Executed by T. Smith. 

256. Vase engraved with Harebells and 

Motto. 

257. Vase engraved with Imperial Lily. 

258. Vase engraved with Christmas 

Roses. 

259. Vase engraved with Flax Flower 

and Motto. 

260. Vase, Poppy-seed, Alsatian Blue. 

261. Vase, Poppy-seed, Alsatian Blue. 

262. Electric Light Table Lamp. 

263. Crimson and Gold Liqueur Glass. 

264. Crimson and Gold "Tear" Bottle. 

265. Liqueur Decanter. 

266. Decanter with Sea-green "Tears." 

267. Hock Glass with Three Strand Leg. 

268. Tazza, Cobweb and Dewdrops. 

269. From Graeco-Roman Glass in Brit- 

ish Museum. 
Engraved with word EroiJoaivV 
(good cheer). 

270. Claret Decanter. 

Mounted in silver with blister 
pearls. 

271. Vase engraved with Speedwell. 

272. Vase. 

Copied from photograph of Clay 
Treasure Vase exhumed at Knos- 
sos in Crete. 

273. Claret Decanter. 

Design based on Florentine Oil 
Bottle. 



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Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibit 
No. 



Liqueur Decanter. 

Design based on Florentine Oil 

Bottle. 
Tazza. 
Tazza. 

Champagne Glass. 
Claret Glass. 
Sherry Glass. 
Liqueur Glass. 
Wine Decanter. 
Motto Hock Glass. 

Claret Glass, Sea-green Stem and 
Prunts. 

Sherry Glass, Sea-green Stem and 
Prunts. 

Liqueur Glass, Sea-green Stem and 
Prunts. 

Sea-green Decanter. 

254-286. Exhibited by James 

Powell & Sons. 

Designed by H. J. Powell, A. 

& C. 

Executed by T. J. Avery, H. 

Hart, T. Smith, and E. R. Wills. 

Panel of "Prior's Glass," White. 

Exhibited and designed by Ed- 
ward S. Prior, A. & C. 
Executed by Messrs. Britten & 
Gibson. 

Embroidered Panel. 

Cushion Cover, 

288 and 289. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by Maud M. Pryce. 

"The Goose Girl." 

Design for an embroidered 

screen. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 

by Dorothy Reed. 

Oak Carved Panel, "Sleeping 
Cherubs." 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Maria E. Reeks, A. & C. 

Two Illuminated Pages, Book of 
Jonah. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Edmond G. Reuter, A. & C. 

Bas-relief and Stand, "Youth." 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by W. Reynolds Stephens, A. 
& C. 



Exhibit 
No. 

294. Gold and Enamel Pendant set with 

aquamarine and pearl broque. 

295. Silver FiHgree Pendant set with 

stones. 

296. Silver Neck Chain set with pearls. 

297. Gold Necklace set with amethyst, 

yellow topaz and green garnet. 

294-297. Exhibited and designed 
by Fredk. S. Robinson, A. & C. 
Executed by W. Gillett. 

298. Copper Mirror Frame. 

299. Pair of Wrought Copper Candle- 

sticks. 

300. Copper Inkstand, silvered and oxy- 

dized. 

298-300. Exhibited by Messrs. 
R. LI. B. Rathbone & Co. 
Designed by R. LI. B. Rathbone, 
A. & C. 

Executed by R. LI. B. Rathbone 
and assistants. 

301. Plaster Panel for Mantelpiece, 

"May Day Procession." 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Miss E. M. Rope. 

302. Bound Book, "The Merchant of 

Venice." 

In Niger morocco, gold tooled. 
Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Irma T. Rowntrec. 

303. Design for Cretonne or Printed 

Velvet, "Birds and Beasts." 

304. Stencilled Design for Christmas 

Card, with Stencil Plate, "Pea- 
cock and Tree." 

305. Printed Cretonne, "Conventional 

Tulip Sprays." 

303-305. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by Rex and Harry 
Silver. 

306. Silver Pendant set with Opals. 

307. Silver Pendant set with Opals. 

308. Silver Pendant set with Chryso- 

prase. 

306-308. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by Edgar Simpson. 

309. Caligraphy, "Revelation" (CC 21 

and 22). 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Mabel E. Smith. 



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Exhibit 

No. 



310. Caligraphy, "Songs," by Robert 

Burns. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Percy J. Smith. 

311. Panel in Mother-of-Pearl and Gold, 

and Colored Mosaics, "Praise ye 
Him, all ye His Angels." 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Katherine A. van Someren. 

312. Porcelain Panel, "Queen Eliza- 

beth." 

313. Porcelain Panel, "Le Bain des 

Nymphes." 

312 and 313. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by Leon V. Solon. 

314. Cabinet for Prints. 

Gilded on gesso and painted in 
tempera, ornamented with ame- 
thysts and carbuncles. 
Exhibited and designed bv 
Joseph E. Southall, A. & C. 
Executed by Joseph E. and Mr^. 
Southall. 

315. Stained Glass Panel, "The Angel 

of the Cross." 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Silvester Sparrow. 

316. Forged Iron Fireiron-holder and 

Fireirons. (Poker, Shovel and 
Tongs.) 

317. Forged Iron Trivet. 

316 and 317. Exhibited and de 
signed by Edward Spencer. 
Executed by Walter Spencer 
and F. Jobe. 

318. Painted Dresser. 

Exhibited and designed by C. S 
Spooner, A. & C. 
Executed by C. Sparrow and C. 
S. Spooner. 

319- Stained Glass Royal Arms of Great 
Britain and Ireland, with Sup- 
porters. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by James H. Stanley. 

320. Silver Yacht Trophy. 

321. Silver Christening Cup. 

320 and 321. Executed and de 
signed by Florence H. Steele. 
Executed bv F. H. Steele and 
Messrs. Elkinyton & Co. 



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Exhibit 
No. 

322. Mirror in Gilded Carved Wood and 

Gesso Frame. 

323. Convex Mirror in Gilded Carved 

Wood Frame. 
322 and 323. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by Frederic Stuttig. 

324. Fitzroy School Pictures. 

Original Water Color Drawings 
for the Months. 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Heywood Sumner, A. & C. 

325. Bound Book, "Poesies de Francois 

Villon." 
Vale Press. Green morocco. 

326. Bound Book, "Life of Benvenuto 

Cellini." 

Vale Press. Two Volumes. 1 
Niger morocco. 

327. Bound Book, Visitors* Book. 

Niger morocco. 
325-327. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by F. Sangorski and 
G. Sutcliffe. 

328. Bound Book, "The Tempest." 

329. Bound Book, "Cranford." 

328 and 329. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by The Misses 
Ethel Taunton and Walbrand- 
Evans. 

330-348. Vases. 

349. Vase with Lid. 

350. Tea Bottle with Cover. 

351. Pot Pourri mounted in Pewter. 

352. Pair of Blue Candlesticks. 

(a) and (b). 

353-361. Bowls. 

362. Bowl with Perforated Lid. 

363. Jug. 

330-363. Exhibited and designed 
by W. Howson Taylor, A. & C. 
Executed by W. Howson Taylor 
and W. Forrester and E. Bos- 
well. 

364. Design for Decoration of Music 

Room in Stencil. 

365. Full-size Cartoon for one Panel of 

the above. 

364 and 365. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by Edward Ingram 
Taylor. 



GREAT BRITAIN. 



227 



Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibit 
No. 

366. Silk Embroidery, "Angel and 

Tree." 

Exhibited by Una Arterelde 

Taylor, A. & C. 

Designed by W. Graham Rob 

ertson. 

Executed by Una Arterelde Tay 

lor, A, & C. 

367. Silk Embroidery, Arabesque De- 

sign. 

Exhibited and executed by Uun 
Arterelde Taylor, A. & C. 

368. Embroidered Antipendium. 

Symbol of St. John the Evan 

gelist. 

Exhibited and designed by W 

G. Paulson Townsend. 

Executed by • Royal School nt 

Art Needlework. 

369-372. Needlework Panels. 

Series of four panels, forming' 
an Allegory of the progress o' 
a soul. 



373. 
374. 

375- 



376. 
377. 



378. 



379. 
380. 

381. 
382. 

383. 



Tryptich, "Madonna and Child." 

Enamel Pendant, "My Lady 
Crowns Love." 

Enamel Pendant, "Chosen." 

369-375. Exhibited, designed ani^ 
executed by Mrs. Phoebe A 
Traquair, A. & C. 

Keepsake Box. (Circular.) 

Keepsake Box. 

376 and S77. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by Mrs. A. P. 
Trotter. 

Hand Tufted Rug, Large Poppies. 
Oriental Convention. 

Exhibited and designed bv W 
E. Tyler. 

Executed by Alexander Mortoi. 
& Co. 

Design for Wall 
Bray." 

Design for 
Chestnuts. 



Paper, "The 
Wall Paper, "Horse 



Design for Wall Paper, "Tulip." 

Design for Printed Linen, "Rose." 

Book Written and Decorated on 
Vellum, "Blessed Damozel," 
379-383. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by Allan F. Vigers, A. 
& C. 



Exhibit 
No. 

384. Printed Book on Vellum, Decor- 

ated, Bacon's "Essay of Gardens." 

385. Printed Book on Paper, Decorated, 

Bacon's "Essay of Gardens." 

3S4-385. Exhibited and designed 
by Allan F. Vigers, A. & C. 
Executed by Chiswick Press. 

386. Printed Book, Morris Lecture, "Art 

and the Beauty of the Earth." 
Decorated with birds and 
flowers. 

387. Printed Book, Morris Lecture, "Art 

and the Beauty of the Earth." 

Decorated with acanthus and 
flowers. 

388. Printed Book, Morris Lecture, 

"Address at Birmingham." 
Decorated with shields and 
flowers. 

389. Printed Book, Morris Lecture, 

"Some Hints on Pattern Design- 
ing." 

Decorated with vetch and birds. 

390. Printed Book, Morris Lecture, 

"Address at Birmingham." 
Decorated with vines and part- 
ridges. 

386-390. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by Allan F. Vigers, A. 
& C. 

391. Design for Wall Paper. (Water 

Color Drawing.) 

392. Jubilee Design ("V. R.") for Wall 

Paper. (Water Color Drawing.) 

393. Design for Hearth Rug. (Water 

Color Drawing.) 

394. Two Color Prints of Design for 

Carpet. 

395. Inlaid Workbox. 

396. Fourteen Pieces of Woven Fabric. 

397. Frame containing Designs for 

Badges and Book plates. 

391-397- Exhibited, designed and 
executed by C. F. Annesley Voy- 
sey, A. & C. 

397a. Four Painted Tiles. 

Exhibited and designed by C. F. 
Annesley Vo3'-sey, A. & C. 
Executed by The Pilkington Tile 
and Pottery Co. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibit 
No. 

398. Stained Glass Panel, "The Goddess 

of the Air Surrounded by Famil- 
iars in the form of Birds." 

399. Design in Water Color for above 

Panel. 

400. Design in Water Color for Do- 

mestic Glass. 

398-400. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by Leonard Walker. 

401. Designs for Stencil Cards of Greet- 

ing. 
Exhibited, designed and executed 
by C. Alban Wallis. 

402. Oval Box in Paint and Polished 

Varnish. 
Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Mrs. Douglas Watson. 

403. Altar Cross in Wrought Metal, 

with Enrichments in Enamel and 
Precious Stones. 

Exhibited and designed by John 

Williams. 

Executed by John Williams and 

D. W. Evans. 

404. Buttons. 

405. Silver, Chrysoprase, and Enamel 

Pendant. 

406. Silver, Enamel and Turquoise 

Pendant. 



Exhibit 
No. 

407. Buckle. 

404-407. Exhibited, designed and 
executed by E. C. Woodward. 

408. Design for Stained Glass Window, 

"The Call of the Apostles." 

Exhibited, designed and executed 
by Paul Woodroflfe. 

408a. Stained Glass Window. Coat of 
Arms of Sholto Douglas, Esq. 

408 and 408a. Exhibited, designed 
and executed by Paul Woodroflfe. 

409. Bound Book, "Sonnets by Eliza- 

beth Barrett Browning." 

410. Bound Book, "A Child's Garden of 

Verses." 

Bound in Niger morocco, gold 

tooled. 

409-410. Exhibited, designed and 

executed by E. E. Woolrich. 

411. Hammered Ironwork Grill, "The 

Rose and the Lily." 

Petals and stamens hammered 

out and welded. 

Exhibited by the Worrall Iron 

Gate Works. 

Designed by R. J. Worrall. 

Executed by A. Lovell. 



HOLLAND 



Art Commissioner-General 
H. W. Mesdag 



Commissioner of Fine Arts 
Willy Martens 



Members of Art Commission 

Hubert Vos, Acting Commissioner 
Ed. Cuypers 
H. W. Jansen 
B. VAN Hove 
Ad. Le Comte 
Ph. Zilcken 



For information regarding exhibits for sale apply to 
Mr. J. C. Sehuller, in Gallery 58. 



HOLLAND. 



EAST PAVILION, 



Galleries 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 60, 61 ; also Galleries G ond H. 

Oil Paintings. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Oil Paintings. 

Exhibit 

No. 

Abrahams, Miss Anna Adelaide, The 
Hague. 

1. Still Life. 

Akkeringa, Johannes Evert, Heeze. 

2. Brabant Interior. 

Apol, Louis, The Hague. 

3. At the Pond. 

Arntzenius, Floris, The Hague. 

4. A Typical Main Street in The 

Hague. 

Bastert, Nicolaas, Nieuwersluis. 

5. October. 

6. Along the Dike. 

Bauer, Marius A. J., Aerdenhout (Bloem- 
endaal). 

7. Ali-Baba. 

Baukema, Sieger, Arnhem. 

8. Near the Sheepscot. 

Bisschop, Christoffel, Scheveningen. 

9. The Best in the Market. 

Bisschop, Richard, The Hague. 

10. Church Interior in Breda. 

Bisschop-Robertson, Mrs. Suze, The 
Hague. 

11. Nude Study. 

Bleckmann, Wilhelm Christiaan Con- 
stant, The Hague. 

12. Field of Tulips in Holland. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Bleulandt van Oordt, Miss Johanna, 
Voorburg. 

13. Violets. 

Blommers, Bernardus •Johannes, Schev- 
eningen. 

14. The Shell-fisherman. 

15. A Happy Family. 

Bock, Theophile de, Haarlem. 

16. On the Field. 

Bongers, B, Delft. 

17. Landscape. 

Breitner, George Hendrik, Aerdenhout 
(Bloemendaal). 

18. Street in Amsterdam. 

19. Canal in Amsterdam. 

Briet, Arthur, Nunspeet. 

20. Laren Interior. 

21. Nunspeet Interior. 

Broedelet, Andre, Laren. 

22. The Children's Joy. 

Browne, Robert Ives, Scheveningen. 

23. In August. 

Buisman, H., The Hague. 

24. Portrait of a Lady. 

Chattel, Fredericus Jacobus du, Scheven- 
ingen. 

25. Mill at Vreeland. 

26. Evening. 

Comte, Adolf le, Rotterdam, 

27. Harbor at Veere. 

Court Onderwater, Hendrik F. de, Laren. 

28. Laren Interior. 

Dankmeyer, Charles B., Oosterbeek. 

29. Holland Town-view. 



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231 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Deutmann, Frans, Amsterdam. 

30. Procession at Laren. 
Dooyewaard, Jacob, Laren. 

31. Rehearsing a Lesson. 

Dijsselhoff, G. W., Haarlem. 

32. Aquarium. 

Essen, Jan van, Scheveningen. 

33. Amongst the Hills. 

34. On the Heath. 

Franken, P., The Hague. 

35. Milking Time. 
Frankfort, Eduard, Amsterdam. 

36. Twente Interior. 

Gabriel, Paul Joseph Constantin (de- 
ceased), 1828-1903. 

37. Mill at Vreeland. 

38. Brook near Kortenhoef. 

39. In the Polder. 

Gorter, Arnold Marc, Amsterdam. 

40. Autumn Colors. 

Grandmont-Hubrecht, Mrs. Bramine, 
Taermina (Sicily). 

41. Girl Reading. 

Gratama, G. D., The Hague. 

42. Fisherwoman. 

Gunneweg, Herman, Dordrecht. 

43. A River in Holland. 
Haar, Herman van der, de Bilt. 

44. At Home. 

Hart, Nibbrig F., Laren. 

45. Philemon and Baucis. 

Haverman, Hendrik Johannes, The 
Hague. 

46. Spring. 

47- Motherhood. 

Henkes, Gerke, Voorburg. 

48. Devotion. 

49. Dutch Kitchen. 

Hense, Miss Sara, Zeist. 

50. Roses. 

Heyberg, Johannes Gerardus, Rotterdam. 

51. Barracks of the Royal Guards. 
Hoog, Bernard de, Haarlem. 

52. Maternal Joy. 

Hoppe, Bernard, The Hague. 
53- Autumn Night. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Horrix, W. M., The Hague. 

54. Orchard of Cherry Trees. 

Horssen, W. B. van, Rijswijk. 

55. Landscape. 

Hoynck van Papendrecht, Jan, The 
Hague. 

56. The Gordon Highlanders at Qua- 

tre Bras. 

Hulk, Jr., Johannes Frederik, Amster- 
dam. 

57. The Happy-go-lucky Family. 

Hijner, Arend, The Hague. 

58. Spinning Wool. 

Israels, Isaac, Amsterdam. 

59. In the Dunes. 

60. Donkeys on the Beach. 

61. The Sisters Daynef. 

Israels, Jozef, The Hague. 

62. The Skipper. 

63. Eating. 

64. Saying Grace. 

65. Painful and Joyful. 

66. Returning from the Fields. 

67. The Old Scribe. 

Jansen, H. W., Amsterdam. 

68. In the Dock at Antwerp. 

69. In the Dock at Amsterdam. 

Josselin de Jong, P. de, Scheveningen. 

70. At the Watering Place. 

Jurres, Johannes Hendrik, Amsterdam. 

71. Joseph sold by his Brothers. 

Kate Mari ten. The Hague. 

72. The Old Fisherman. 

Kerling, Miss Anna E., The Hague. 

73. A Dutch Peasant. 

Kever, Jacob Simon Hendrik, Amster- 
dam. 

74. Mother and Child. 

Kleintjes, Jan L., Heerde. 

75. Meditation. 
Klinkenberg, Karel, The Hague. 

76. Marketday, Rotterdam. 

77. Harbor at Hoorn. 

78. View on a Bridge, Rotterdam. 

Knap, Gerrit Willem, Amsterdam. 

79. Amsterdam. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Koning, Arnold Hendrik, Ede (Gelder- 
land). 

80. Landscape with Cattle. 

Konijnenburg, Willem Adriaan van. The 
Hague. 

81. In the Old City. 
Koster, Anton Louise, Haarlem. 

82. The Culture of Bulbs. (TuHps, 

hyacinths, etc., near Haarlem.) 

Laan, Gerard van der. The Hague. 

83. Winter in Holland (near Delft). 
Langeveld, Frans A., Laren. 

84. A Quiet Corner in Laren. 
Lapidoth, Maurits Constantijn, Nunspeet. 

85. The Cottage. 
Legner, J. C. U., Utrecht. 

86. Canal at Utrecht. 

Maarel, Marius van der, The Hague. 

87. Beer Drinker. 

Maris, Jacob (deceased), 1837-1899. 

88. The River. 

89. In the Dunes. 

90. View of Amsterdam. 

Maris, Willem, The Hague. 

91. A Dutch Meadow. 
Maris, Jbzn., Willem, The Hague. 

92. Summer 

Martens, Willy, Scheveningen. 

93. A Hero at Rest. Portrait of Gen- 

eral P. Cronje. 

94. Harvesting Rye. 

95. Homeward. 

Mastenbroek, Johan Hendrik, Rotterdam. 

96. A Rainy Day at Dordrecht. 
Melis, Henricus Johannes, Rotterdam. 

97. The First at Table. 

Mesdag-van Calcar, Mrs. G., Schev- 
eningen. 

98. Interior. 

Mesdag, Hendrik Willem, The Hague. 

99. A Stormy Day. 

100. On the Dutch Coast. 
lOi. Summer Morning. 

Mesdag, Taco (deceased), 1829-1902. 

102. A Country Road. 

Mesdag-van Houten, Mrs. S., The Hague. 

103. Still Life. 

104. Landscape. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Meulen, Frangois Pieter ter, The Hague. 

105. Amongst the Trees. 

106. On the Holland Dunes. 

Moes, Miss Wally, Laren. 

107. Mother and Child. 

Mondriaan, Frits, The Hague. 

108. Landscape in Gelderland. 

Mondt, J. A., The Hague. 

109. At the Pump. 

Monnickendam, M., Amsterdam. 

no. A Mediaeval Costume. 

Moulijn, S., Laren. 

111. The Castle's Pasture Ground. 

Nakken, Willem Carel, The Hague. 

112. Entrance of a, Limburg Farm. 

Oldewelt, Ferdinand Gustaaf Willem, 
Rotterdam. 

113. Hard Times. 

Oppennoorth, Willem Johannes, The 
Hague. 

114. The Brook in the Woods. 

Pabst, J. C, The Hague. 

115. Milking Time. 

Pieters, Evert, Blaricum. 

116. Horses on the Seashore. 

Pruys van der Hoeven, Miss Clemence, 
The Hague. 

117. Fair Girl with Lace Collar. 

Rhijnnen, Jan van, Scheveningen. 

118. Landscape near The Hague. 

Rip, Willem Cornelis, The Hague. 

119. Mills on the River Maas. 

Roelofs, Albert, The Hague. 

120. The Bride. 

Roelofs, Sr., Wm. (deceased) 1822-1897. 

121. Dunes and Beach at Heyst. 

122. Hoeylaert. 

Roelofs, Willem E., The Hague, 

123. Fish. 

Roermeester, G. J., The Hague. 

124. Landscape near Noorden. 
Sadee, Philip, The Hague. 

125. After the Fish Auction at Schev- 

eningen. 

126. The Garden of a Nunnery. 



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233 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Sande Bakhuysen, Julius Jacobus van de, 
The Hague. 

127. On the Riverside. 

Schaap, E. R. D., 's-Graveland. 

128. In the Gein. 

Schermer, Cornelis Albertus Johannes, 
The Hague. 

129. Harvest. 

Scherrewitz, Johan, Haarlem. • 

130. Going Home. 

Schildt, Martinus, Rotterdam. 

131. Washing Day. 

Schipperus, Pieter Adrianus, Rotterdam. 

132. Landscape. 

Schregel, Bernard, The Hague. 
133- Evening. 

Schreuder v. d. Coolwijk, Jan, The 
Hague. 

134. A Humble Dwelling. 

Schiitz, Willem Johannes, Middelburg. 

135. Dordrecht. 

Schwartze, Miss Therese, Amsterdam. 

136. Portrait of Mr. Wolmarans. 

137. Lost. 

Sluiter, Willy, Katwijk o/Sea. 

138. Winter at Katwijk. 

Smissaert, Frans, Voorburg. 

139. Mending the Nets. 

Smith, Hobbe, Amsterdam. 

140. Mill at Amsterdam. 

Soest, Louis W. van. The Hague. 

141. Winter Sun. 

142. The First Snow. 

Steelink, Willem, Scheveningen. 

143. In the Dunes. 

144. On the Heath. 

Thol-Ruisch, Mrs. Aletta Jacoba Jose- 
phine van. The Hague. 

145- Still Life. 

Tholen, W. B. The Hague. 
146. Night. 
147' Harbor at Enkhuizen. 

Vries Lam, D. de, Groningen. 
148. Harbor. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Vuuren, Jan van, Nunspeet. 

149. Behind the Church at Elburg. 

Vos, Hubert, New York. 

150. Portrait of Mrs. Vos. 

151. The Old Fisherman. 

Waay, Nicolaas van der, Amsterdam. 

152. Peasant Woman of Zeeland. 

Wandscheer, Miss Marie, Ede (Gelder- 
land). 

153. Cinerarias. 

Waning, Cornelis Anthony van, Rijswijk. 
154- View of Delft. 

Weele, Herman Johannes van der, 
Scheveningen. 

155. Sheep. 

156. Horse and Cart. 

Weiland, Johannes, The Hague. 

157. At the Spinning Wheel. 

Wiggers, Dirk, Berg en Dal. 

158. Winter. 

Wild, Carel Frederik Louis de, The 
Hague. 

159. Still Life (Fish). 

160. Still Life. 

Windt, Gerard Carel Louis, Heemstede. 

161. Landscape in Holland. 

Witsen, Willem, Amsterdam. 

162. Park in Amsterdam. 

Wolbers, Hermanus Gerhardus, The 
Hague. 

163. Meadow at the River Yssel. 

Wijsmuller, J. H., Amsterdam. 

164. Mills near Amsterdam. 

165. In the Moorlands. 

Zilcken, Phillip, The Hague. 

166. Pont Saint-Michel, Paris. 

Zoetelief Tromp, Jan, Blaricum. 

167. Amidst Green and Flowers. 

Zon, Jacques, The Hague. 

168. Still Life (Fishes). 

Zwart, Willem H. P. J. de., Amsterdam. 

169. Cabs Waiting. Winter Scene. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Water Colors. 



Water Colors. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Apol, Louis, The Hague. 

170. Evening. 

Arntzenius, Floris, The Hague. 

171. Old Houses at Hoorn. 

Bastert, Nicolaas, Nieuwersluis. 

172. The Ferry. 

Bauer, Marius A. J., Aerdenhout (Bloem- 
endaal). 

173. The Queen of Saba. 

Bilders-van Bosse, Maria Philippine, (de- 
ceased), 1837-1900. 

174. Winter. 

Blommers, Bernardus Johannes, Schev- 
eningen.. 

175. Visiting Grandmother. 

176. In the Shadow. 

Bongers, B., Delft. 

177. Saying Grace. 

Boudewijnse, A. J. P., The Hague. 

178. A Peasant Woman. 

Gate, Siebe Ten, Paris. 

179. Dutch Town. Pastel Drawing. 

Chattel, Fredericus Jacobus du, Schev- 
eningen. 

180. A Little Canal at Vreeland. 

Comte, Adolf le, Rotterdam. 

181. Harbor at Volendam. 

182. Dordrecht. 

Dekker, Hendrik Adriaan Christiaan, 
Amsterdam. 

183. On the River Vecht. 

Franken, P., The Hague. 

184. Cows in Pasture. 

Gorter, Arnold Marc, Amsterdam. 

185. November. 

Hanau, J. H. L., Amsterdam. 

186. Old Dwellings at the River. 

Haverman, Hendrik Johannes, The 
Hague. 

187. Mother and Child. 

Henkes, Gerke, Voorburg. 

188. Gossip. 

Hogendorp 's Jacob, Mrs. Adrienne van, 
Scheveningen. 

189. Tulips. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Hoppe, Bernard, The Hague. 

190. Dutch Landscape. 
Horssen, W. B. van, Rijswijk. 

191. Still Life. 

Hulk, Jr., Johannes Frederik, Amster- 
dam.. 

192. Youth. 

Hijner, Arend, The Hague. 

193. Interior. 
Jansen, Frits, The Hague. 

194. A Cattle Market in Holland. 

Jansen, H. W., Amsterdam. 

195. Towing up a Fisherbnat at 

Katwijk. 

Jansen-Grothe. Mrs. S. J. W., Amster- 
dam. 

196. At the Cradle. 

197. A Sunbeam. 

Josselin de Jong, P. de, Scheveningen. 

198. Ironfoundry. 

Kamerlingh Onnes, Menso, Katwijk 
a Zee. 

199. Flowers. 

200. Still Life. 

Kerling, Miss Anna E., The Hague. 

201. Summer. 

Koster, Anton Louis, Haarlem. 

202. Sanddiggings in the Hills 

(Autumn). 

Krabbe, H. M., Watergraafsm^eer. 

203. Mending-dav on board a Man of 

War. 

Martens, Willy, Scheveningen. 

204. Peasant Woman and Child in 

Gelderland. 

Mastenbroek, Johan Hendrik, Rotterdam. 

205. Unloading. 

Melis, Henricus Johannes, Rotterdam. 

206. The Ironers. 

Mesdag, Hendrik Willem, The Hague. 

207. Setting off the Life Boat. 

208. Fish Auction on the Beach at 

Scheveningen. 

Mesdag-van Houten, Mrs. S., The Hague. 

209. Still Life. 

210. In Gelderland. 

Moll, Evert, Rijswijk. 

211. A Stormy Summer Day. 



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235 



Water Colors, Engravings and Lithographs. 



Exhibit 
No. 

MuUer, Gerard, Amsterdam. 

212. Womanly Cares. 

Nakken, Willem Carel, The Hague. 

213. The Thrashing Machine. 
Offermans, Tony, Laren. 

214. At the Cradle. 

Oldewelt, Ferdinand Gustaaf Willem, 
Rotterdam. 

215. Poppies. 

Oort, Jan van, Amsterdam. 

216. The Toilet. 

Oosterzee, Hermanns Adrianus, Rijsv;ijk. 

217. Early Spring. 

Oppenoorth, Willem Johannes, The 
Hague. 

218. Dutch Landscape. 
Pabst, J. C, The Hague. 

219. In the Dunes. 

Rink, Paul (deceased), 1862-1903. 

220. A Sailor's Chat. 

Rip, Willem Cornelis, The Hague. 

221. Mills in the Polder. 

222. Holland Landscape. 

Rochussen, Charles (deceased), 1814- 
1894. 

223. Floris V. 

Roelofs, Albert, The Hague. 

224. The Violin Player. 

Roelofs, St., Wm. (deceased), 1822-1897. 

225. Water Lilies. 

Roelofs, Willem E., The Hague. 

226. Still Life. 

Schermer, Cornelis Albertus Johannes, 
The Hague. 

227. The Seashore near Scheveningen. 
Schildt, Martinus, Rotterdam. 

228. Old Man Reading. 
Schregal, Bernard, The Hague. 

229. Landscape near The Hague. 
Schwartze, Miss Therese, Amsterdam. 

230. Woman of Volendam. Pastel 

Drawing. 

Sluiter, Willy, Katwijk o/Sea. 

231. In the Dunes. Pastel Drawing. 

Smith, Hobbe, Amsterdam. 

232. Near Zaandam. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Soest, Louis W. van, The Hague. 

233. Moonshine. 

Steelink, Willem, Scheveningen. 

234. Sheep. 

Waay, Nicolaas van der, Amsterdam. 

235. Zeeland Interior. 

Weele, Herman Johannes van der. Sch**- 
veningen. 

236. Grazing Flock. 

Weissenbruch, Johannes Hendrik (de- 
ceased), 1824-1903. 

237. In the Polders. 

Wiggers, Dirk, Berg en Dal. 

238. Evening. 

Witsen, Willem, Amsterdam. 

239. Canal in Amsterdam. 

Wijsmuller, J. H., Amsterdam. 

240. Landscape with Mill. 

Zoetelief Tromp, Jan, Blaricum. 

241. Baby's Amusement. 

Zon, Jacques, The Hague. 

242. A Sunny Day. 



GROUP 10. 

ENGRAVINGS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

Bauer, Marius A. J., Aerdenhout, Bloem- 
endaal. 

243. Morning at the Holy Ganges. 

Etching. 

244. Horse Guards. Etching. 

245. Benares. Etching. 

Becht, Eduard, The Hague. 

246. A Swamp in the Heath. Etching 

in Soft Varnish. 

247. Sand Diggings. Etching in Soft 

Varnish. 

Bosch, Etienne, Driebergen. 

248. Bay of Salerno. Etching. 

249. San ^Tarco. Etching. 

250. Crusaders. Etching. 

Dake, Prof. Carel Lodewijk, Amsterdam. 

251. The Nightwatch. After Rem- 

brandt. Etching. 
25a. Old Houses in Delft. After 

Vermeer. Etching. 
253. The Ferry Boat. After Jacob 

Maris. Etching. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Engravings and Lithographs. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Derkszen van Angeren, 
Hoorn n. /Delft. 

The Kitchen Garden. 

Mill. Etching. 

Mill with Fence. Etching. 

Peasant Dwelling. Etching. 

House. Etching. 

In the Garden. Etching. 



254. 
255- 
256. 

257. 
258. 

259. 



Antoon, Den 



Etching. 



Dupont, Prof. Pieter, Amsterdam. 

260. Ploughing Oxen. Copper En- 

graving. 

261. Wounded Workhorse. Copper 

Engraving. 

262. Workhorse and Plough. Copper 

Engraving. 

263. Steinlen in his Studio. Copper 

Engraving. 

264. Omnibus-horses. Etching. 

Fles, Miss Etha, Utrecht. 

265. Cologne. Etching. 

266. Paris. Etching. 

267. Amsterdam. Etching. 

268. Dordrecht. Etching. 

269. Nuremberg. Etching. 

270. Rothenburg. Etching. 

271. Ijsselstein. Etching. 

272. Laren. Etching. 

273. Old Houses. Etching. 

274. Evening. Etching. 

275. Nuremberg. Etching. 

276. Nuremberg. Etching. 

277. Rothenburg. Etching. 

278. Laren. Etching. 



Graadt 
gen, 

279. 
280. 
281. 
282. 
283. 
284. 
285. 
286. 
287. 

288. 

289. 
290. 
291. 

292. 

293- 
294. 



van Roggen, Johannes M., Ber- 
n. /Alkmaar. 

Near Domburg. Etching. 

Gate at Bruges. Etching. 

Wijchem. Etching. 

Passage at Grave. Etching. 

Gate at Grave. Etching. 

Mill at Grave. Etching. 

Rue du Marais, Bruges. Etching. 

Summer Day. Etching. 

Old Presbytery at Bergen, Etch- 
ing. 

Avenue of White Poplars at 
Domburg. Etching. 

A Sunny Spot. Etching. 

An Alley at Grave. Etching. 

Remote Quarter at Domburg. 
Etching. 

Westhoven-Castle near Dom- 
burg. Etching. 

View of Haarlem. After Ruys- 
dael. Etching. 

View on Delft. After J. Ver- 
meer. Etching. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Haverman, Hendrik Johannes, The 
Hague. 

295. On the Dunes (Zeeland). Litho- 

graph. 

296. Portrait of Albert Neuhuys. 

Lithograph. 

297. Maternal Joy. Lithograph. 

Hoytema, Th. van, Amsterdam. 

298. Monkeys. Lithograph. 

299. Silver Herons. Lithograph. 

300. Calendar 1902. Lithograph. 

301. Calendar 1903. Lithograph. 

302. Rabbits. Lithograph. 

Israels, Jozef, The Hague. 

303. When One gets old. Etching. 

304. Children at the Seashore. Etch- 

ing. 

305. Shrimpfishing. Etching. 

306. The Smoker. Etching. 



Koster, A. L., Haarlem. 

307. Moonlight. Etching. 

308. Towing Horse. Etching. 

309. View on the town Maestricht 

(Twilight). Etching. 

310. The River Geul in the Province 

Limburg. Etching. 

311. Sluice of a Watermill. Etching. 

312. Landscape. Etching. 

313. Hollow Road in Limburg. Etch- 

ing. 

314. Little Watermill. Etching. 

315. Hilly Landscape in Limburg. 

Etching. 

316. The Fisherwoman. After Jozef 

Israels. Etching. 

317. Dutch Landscape. After J. Weis- 

senbruch. Etching. 

318. Laborer's Household. After Alb. 

Neuhuys. Etching. 

319. Frittilaria Imperiales, Lutea 

Major. Pen Drawing. 

320. Lachenalia. Pen Drawing. 

321. Paperwhite Narcissus. Pen 

Drawing. 

322. Parrot Tulips. Pen Drawing. 

323. White Hyacinths (La Grand- 

essa). Pen Drawing. 



HOLLAND. 



237 



Engravings and Lithographs, Sculpture. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Kramer, Martinus, The Hague. 

324. Old Gate, Delft. Etching. 

325. Village View. Etching. 

326. Passage (Hattum). Etching. 

327. Zuid Laren. Etching. 

328. Zuid Laren. Etching. 

329. Cottage on the Heath. Etching. 

330. Heath. Etching. 

331. Old Dwellings. Etching. 

332. Street (Hattum). Etching. 

333. Alley (Rotterdam). Etching. 

334. Cottages (Zuid Laren). Etching. 

335. Dune Oaks. Etching. 

336. Street (Zuid Laren). Etching. 

337. Dike Gate (Hattum). Etching. 

338. Hun-bed (Zuid Laren). Etching. 

339. Evening. Etching. 

340. Heath (Zuid Laren). Etching. 

341. Village View (Laren). Etching. 

342. Dunes. Etching. 

343. Winter. Etching. 

344. Dunes. Etching. 

345. Heath. Etching. 

346. The River Rhine near Arnhem. 

Etching. 

347. Red Herring. Etching. 

348. The River Rhine near Arnhem. 

Etching. 

349. Winter. Etching. 

Moulijn, S., Laren. 

350. Summer. Etching. 

351. In a Garden. Etching. 

Reicher, Albrecht Felix, Amsterdam. 

352. Fishmarket, Amsterdam. Etch- 

ing. 

353. Courtyard in Dinan, Bretagne. 

Etching. 

354. Street in Dinan. Etching. 

355- City View, Amsterdam. Etching. 

356. La rue de Jerzual a Dinan. 

Etching. 

Storm van 's-Gravesande, Charles, The 
Hague. 

357. The North Sea off Scheveningen. 

Etching. 

358. Venice. Etching. 

359- Harbor Entrance at Night. 

Etching. 
360. Drifting Ice on the Rhine. 

Etching. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Veldheer, Jacob G., Bergen n. Alkmaar. 

361. The Castle (Nurnberg). Wood- 

cut. 

362. Bridge at Bruges. Woodcut. 

Vries, Miss Henriette de, Amsterdam. 

363. In the Village. Etching. 

364. A Child's Head. Etching. 
Witsen, Willem, Amsterdam. 

365. "Leidsche Gracht." Canal in 

Amsterdam. Etching. 

366. "Binnenkant." Canal in Amster- 

dam. Etching. 

367. "Heerengracht." Canal in Am- 

sterdam. Etching. 

Zilcken, Philip, The Hague. 

368. Old Houses. After Vermeer. 

Etching. 

369. Venice. Etching. 

370. In a Garden. Etching. 

371. The Yellow Jasmine. Etching. 

372. Study of a Head. Etching. 

373. Portrait Study. Dry Point. 

374. La Madonnina. Dry Point. 

GROUP 11. 
SCULPTURE. 
Begeer, C. J., Utrecht. 

385. Showcase with Medals by: 

Achtenhagen, Sturm, Gips, 
Pier Pander, Haas, Bart van 
Hove, Woortman, Ld. Robbia, 
Vet, van Goor, and Junger. 

Hall, Miss Therese van, Amsterdam. 

386. Study. Sandstone. 

387. Figure. Boxwood. 

388. Girl. Plaster. 

389. Bust. Plaster. 

Hesselink, Abraham, Amsterdam. 

390. Arabian Woman. Plaster. 

Schwartze, Miss Georgina, Amsterdam. 

391. Sleeping Children. Plaster 

Wienecke, J. C, Utrecht. 

392. Showcase with Medals. 

Wijk, Charles van. The Hague. 

393. Going Home. Bronze. 

394. The Steersman. Bronze. 

395. Man on Horseback. Bronze. 

396. Anchor Bearers. Bronze. 

397. Woman with Fagots. Bronze. 

398. The Harvest. Bronze. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Architecture and Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



GROUP 12. 
ARCHITECTURE. 



Exhibit 

No. 

Berlage 

A colle 
tions 
execu 

399. 
400. 
401. 

402. 

403- 
404. 

405- 



, Hendrik Petrus, Amsterdam. 

ction of photograpliic reproduc- 
aiid architectural drawings of 

ted works. 

The New Exchange at Amster- 
dam. 

The Diamond-workmen's Bond 
Building. 

Niederl. Lebensversich Geb. 
Leipzig. 

Nine Architectural Drawings. 

Two Architectural Drawings. 

Building of the Insurance Co.,- 
"The Netherlands." 

Building of the General Life In- 
surance Co. at Soerabaya. 

Cuypers, Eduard, Amsterdam. 

A collection of zincographic reproduc- 
tions and photographs of executed 
architectural works. 

406. Twelve zincographic reproduc- 

tions, printed in "The House," 
editor Ed Cuypers. 

407. Frame with photographs of exe- 

cuted architectural works. 

408. Frame with photographs of exe- 

cuted rirchitectural works. 

409. Frame with photographs of exe- 

cuted architectural works. 

410. Frame with photographs of exe- 

cuted architectural works. 

Gils, Jac. van, Rotterdam. 

A collection of architectural drawings 
and projects of executed works. 

411. Mansion at Rotterdam, 
(a) Project. 

412. Hall at Mechelen. 

413. Church Decoration. Project. 

414. Church. Front. 

Molenaar, Nicolaas, The Hague. 

415. Twenty-live photographs 



drawings 
works. 



of 



and 
architectural 



Salm Gbz., A., Amsterdam. 
416. Villa Koningshof at Overveen. 

Architectural Drawing. 

"Ma Retraite." Interior Architec- 
tural Drawing. 

"Ma Retraite." Architectural 
Drawing. 

Villa Corvin, Hilversum. Archi- 
tectural Drawing. 



417. 
418. 

419. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Schouten, Jan L., Delft. 

420. Stained Glass Panel. "Fright and 

Care." After A. le Cotnte. 

421. Stained Glass Panel. "The Flem- 

ish Merchant and his Wife." 
After Jan van Eyck. 

422. Stained Glass Panel. "The Queen 

of Holland." After Otto Men- 
gelberg. 

GROUP 14. 

ORIGINAL OBJECTS OF ART 
WORKMANSHIP. 

Altorf, J. C, The Hague. 

422a. Jewel box, boxwood. 
422b. Glove box, boxwood. 

Brom, Jan, Utrecht. 

423. Chalice of gold enamel and prec- 

ious stones. Lent by Msgr. A. 
J. Calier, Haarlem. 

424. Cavalier in bronze. Lent by Mr. 

Victor de Stuers, The Hague. 

Cachet, F. Lion (designer), Amsterdam. 
Lent by E. J. van Wisselingh & Co., 
Amsterdam. 

425. Sideboard, ebony with wood cut- 

tings and inlaid work. 

426. Two sidechcsts belonging to the 

above Sideboard. 

427. Water Color Box, ebony. 

428. Dining Table, ebony. 

429. Armchair, ebony with oak wood, 

gilt seat and back. 

430. Two Armchairs with decorated 

seats. 

De Ruyter, Hartgring, van Rossem, Schel- 
link, Sterken and Vet (designers), col- 
laborators. The Hague. Lent by the 
Royal Factory "Rozenburg." Director 
J. Jurriaan Kok, The Hague. 

431. Shelf Chinaware. 

432. Shelf Earthernware. 

433. Shelf Earthenware. 

Dijsselrof, G. W. (designer), Amster- 
dam. Lent by E. J. van WisseUngh & 
Co., Amsterdam. 

434. Screen, Pearlfowls. 

435. Screen, Monkeys. 

Eisenloeffel, J. (designer), Amsterdam. 
Lent by De Woning, Amsterdam. 

436. Metal work in silver and copper. 

Hingst de Clercq, Mrs., Amsterdam. 

437. Cushion. 



HOLLAND. 



239 



Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Hoef, C. J. van den (designer), Amster- 
dam. Lent by De Woning, Amster- 
dam. 

438. Pottery. 

Jansen, W. G. F., Amsterdam. Lent by 
Pottery "De Distel," Amsterdam. 

439. Plate. Lobster. 

Kalcken, Gustaaf van (Janssen Co. Ltd). 
Haarlem. 

440. Silver Bas-relief. Christ. 

441. Silver Lectern. 

Klaarhamer, P. J., Utrecht. 

442. Pedestal. 
Lebeau, Chris, Haarlem. 

443. Two Bookbindings. 

Le Comte, A. (designer), Delft. Lent by 
Pottery "Porcelyne Fles." 

444. Decorative Panel with Fountain. 

Lecomte and Mauser (designers). Delft 
Lent by Pottery "Porcelyne Fles." 
445- Pedestal Delft Jacoba Ware. 

446. Pedestal Delft Jacoba Ware. 

447. Shelf polychrome Delft. 

448. Shelf polychrome Delft. 

Lettinga, Neeltje, Berlikum. 

449. Freese Spinningwheel. 

450. Freese Footwarmer. 

451. Tidy. 

Mendes da Costa, J., Amsterdam. 

452. Six racks with earthenware. 

Nienhuis, L. (designer), Amsterdam. 
Lent by Pottery "De Distel," Amster- 
dam. 

453. Applique. Fishes. 

454. Plate. Fishes. 

Nienhuis, L., and W. G. F. Jansen (de- 
signers), Amsterdam. Lent by Pottery 
"De Distel," Amsterdam. 
455- Specimens of Art Pottery. 

Nieuwenhuis, T. (designer), Amsterdam. 
Lent by E. J, van Wisselingh & Co., 
Amsterdam. 

456. Cupboard, mahogany, with glass. 
457- Two Pedestals, mahogany. 



Tea Table, mahogany. 
Six Chairs, mahogany. 
Table, mahogany. 
Fire-screen, stained glass. 
Two Flowerpot Covers. 
Electric Luster. 



Exhibit 
No. 

458. 
459- 
460. 
461. 
462. 
463. 

Penaat, W. (designer), Amsterdam. Lent 
by De Woning, Amsterdam. 

464. Drawing-room Cupboard. 

465. Two Crapeauds. 

466. Drawing-room Chair. 

467. Small Bench. 

468. Drawing-room Table. 

469. Tea Table. 

470. Clock. 

Rueter, George (designer), Amsterdam. 
Lent by De Woning, Amsterdam. 

471. Portfolio. 

Stevens En Zonen, W., Rotterdam. 

472. Mohair Smyrna Carpet. Turkish 

pattern. 

473. Mohair Smyrna Carpet. New 

Style. 

474. Wool Smyrna Carpet. "Nenu- 

phar." 

Sturm, Prof. G. (designer), Amsterdam. 
Lent by Pottery "De Distel," Amster- 
dam. 

475. Spring. Ceramic Panel. 

476. Cocks. Ceramic Panel. 

Toorop, J. (designer). The Hague. Lent 
by the Royal Factory "Rozenburg." 
Director J. Jurriaan Kok, The Hague. 

477. Wall decoration in colored gres. 

"Young Holland." 

Van Reesema & Nierstrasz (designers), 
Amsterdam. Lent by De Woning, 
Amsterdam. 

478. Rug. 

479. Tablecloth. 

480. Cushion. 

Wormser, Jac. Ph., Amsterdam. 

481. Four Bookbindings. 

482. Leaf of a Reception Mbum. 



HUNGARY 



Commissioner-General 
Dr. George De Szogyeny 



Commissioner of Art 
Prof. Paul Horti 



Superintendent of Section 
Mr. a. Gyongyossy 



For information regarding exhibits for sale apply to Attendant in Gallery 103. 



HUNGARY. 



WEST PAVILION 



Galleries 102, 103 and 104« 



Oil Paintings. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Oil Paintings. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Bihari, S., Budapest. 

1. Honeymoon. 

Bosznay, L., Budapest. 

2. On the Field. 

Ferenczy, K., Budapest. 

3. Portrait of a young Girl. 

4. A Paintress. Lent by the State. 

Griinwald, B., Budapest. 

5. Watering Horses. Lent by the 

State. 

H^ry, Gy., Budapest. 

6. A Windmill in Holland. 

7. St. Giorgio from the Zattere. 

(Vepice.) 

8. The Rio dell Herbe in Venice. 

Koszta, J., Budapest. 

g. Returning Home. Lent by the 
State. 

Laszlo, F. E., Budapest. 

10. Portrait of Prince Hohenlohe. 

Lent by the State. 

Lotz, K., Budapest. 

11. The Stud. Lent by the State. 

12. Portrait of a Lady. 

Mendlik, O., Budapest. 

13. Salamis. Lent by the State. 

Mendnyanszky, br. L., Budapest. 

14. After Sunset. 

15. Silence. 



E.\kibit 
No. 

Munkacsy, M., Budapest. 

17. A Hungarian Peasant. Lent by 

the State. 

18. A Study. Lent by the State. 

19. A Study from Peasant Life. Lent 

by the State. 

Olgyay, F., Budapest. 

20. A September Afternoon. 
Paal, L., Budapest. 

21. Part of a Forest. Lent by the 

State. 

Paczka, F., Budapest. 

22. A Chartreuse Monastery. Lent 

by the State. 

Perlmutter, I., Budapest. 

23. A Street in Holland. 

24. Summer in Holland. 

Poll, H., Budapest. 

25. Neighborhood of the Mines of 

Salgotarjan. Pastel. 

26. Near Salgotarjan. Pastel. 

Reti, I., Budapest. 

27. Interior. Lent by the State. 

Szenes, F., Budapest. 

28. Hungarian Noblewoman. 

Szinyei-Merse P., Budapest. 

28a. Tourbillon. Lent by Mr. Arthur 

Baronyi. 

Szlanyi, L., Budapest. 

29. Evening Repose. 

Thorma, J., Budapest. 

30. The First of October. (Farewell 

of Recruits.) Lent by the 
State. 

UjvSry, I., Budapest. 

31. The Flood. Lent by the State. 

32. Interior of a Forest. 



HUNGARY. 



243 



Sculpture and Original OSjects of -t Workmanship. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Vaszary, J., Budapest. 

33. Clouds on Lake Balaton. 
Zempl6ny, T., Budapest. 

34. Anxiety. Lent by His Majesty 

the King. 
Zombory, L., Budapest. 

35. A Buffalo Team. 

36. Oxen. 

GROUP 11. 
SCULPTURE. 

Damk6, J., Budapest. 

37. A Noble Lady of Old Times. 

Original Terra Cotta Statuette. 

38. A Peasant. Terra Cotta Statuette. 

39. A Peasant Woman. Terra Cotta 

Statuette. 

40. Bronze Statuette. 
Hollo, Barnabas, Budapest. 

41. Bronze Statuette. 
Kallos, E., Budapest. 

42. Bronze Statuette of the Hungarian 

Poet, George Bessenyci. 
Ligeti, M., Budapest, 

43. Love. Marble group. Lent by 

the State. 

44. Anonymous. Bronze Statuette. 
Markup, Bela, Budapest. 

45. Lion. Bronze Statuette. Exe- 

cuted by Joszef Haraszti. 
Teles, E., Budapest. 

46. Aunt Kate. Original Terra Cotta 

Statuette. 

47- Portrait of Mr. Anthony Lukacs, 
Member of the Hungarian 
House of Lords. Medallion. 

48. Portrait in Bronze. 

49- Bronze Statuette. 
Vastagh, Gyorgy, Jr., Budapest. 

50- Hungarian Cowboy. Bronze 

Statuette. Executed by Joszef 
Haraszti. 

51- Horse. Bronze Statuette. Exe- 

cuted by Joszef Haraszti. 
(Nos. 41 and 49 are installed in the 
Hungarian Section of the Manufactures 
Building.) 

GROUP 14. 

ORIGINAL OBJECTS OF ART 
WORKMANSHIP. 
Betlen, Gyula (designer), Budapest. 
52. Bronze Flower Dish. Executed 
by Joszef Haraszti, Budapest. 
53- Boy Blowing Soap Bubbles. 
Bronze statuette. Executed by 
Joszef Haraszti, Budapest. 



E.xh 

N 

Dekani, / rp 1, Halas. 

54. Lac J Plandkerchief. 

55. lace Fan. 

55a. Two pieces of lace. 

Fischof, Jeno, lapest. 

56. Embossed Leather Screen: "Tak- 

ing the Bi'de Home." 

Horti, Pal, and Tarjan, Oszkar, Budapest. 

57. Cup. 

Kovalsky, Mrs. S., Nemet Ellem&r. 

58. Woven Tapestry. 

Kriesch, Aladar (designer), Budapest. 

59. Wool Rug. Executed by Textile 

School of Pozsony. . 

Margo, Edmund (designer), Budapest. 

60. Labor. Wrought Copper Statue. 

Executed by Steiner, Armin and 
Ferenc, Budapest. 

Mirkovsky, Mrs. G., Uj^sest. 

61. Two Pieces of Burned Velvets. 

62. Burned Velvet Frame. 

Rappaport, O., Budapest. 

63. Enameled Vase. 

64. Inkstand. 

Schmidt, Miklos, Budapest. 

65. Jewel Casket in wood, carved and 

painted. 

Sovanka, I., Zay Ugrocz. 

66. Three Vases in glass. 
Tarjan, O., Budapest, 

67. Enameled Jewelry. Three 

Brooches. 

Tull, Viktor, Budapest. 

68. Four Leather Pocketbooks. 
Vigand, E., Budapest. 

69. Sideboard in Paduck and Rose- 

wood. 

Zsolnay, M,, Pecs. 

70. Collection of Vases. 

(Nos. 71 to 92 are. for lack of space, 
installed in the Hungarian National 
Section in the Manufactures Building.) 

Bachruch, A., Budapest, 

71. .\ collection of art objects in gold 

and silver. 

Dekani, Arpad, Halas. 

72. A collection of laces. 

Fischof, Jeno, Budapest. 

73. Art objects in embossed and 

painted leather. 



244 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Sculpture and Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Forreider & Schiller, Budapest. 

74. Wrought Iron Gate. 

Horvith, Miss J., Budapest. 

75. Art objects in burned and painted 

velvet. 

Jungfer, Gy., Budapest. 

76. Art objects in wrought iron. 

Kriesch, Aladar, Budapest. 
78. "Sunday Forenoon." Fresco 
painting. 
Roth, Miksa, Budapest. 

82. Madonna. Glass mosaic. 

83. Frieze. Glass mosaic. 

Sovanka, I., Zay Ugrocz. 

85. A collection of art objects in 
glass. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Tarjan, Oszkar, Budapest. 

86. A collection of art objects in 
enamel. 

Tull, Viktor, Budapest. 

88. Art objects in leather. 

Undi, Mariska S., Budapest. 

89. Child's room, design and part of 

execution. 

Vigand, E. and Nagy A., Budapest. 

91. Lady's sitting room, design and 

part of execution. 

Zsolnay, Miklos, Budapest. 

92. A collection of art objects in 

majolica. 



I 



INTERNATIONAL 



The luternational Section is uiade up from the works of artists of countries 

not officially represented by national commissions or committees. 

The countries represented are Ceylon, China, Denmark, 

Iceland, Norway, Peru and Switzerland. 



INTERNATIONAL SECTION. 

EAST PAVILION. 

Gallery 69. 

(Containing exhibits contributed by artists of countries not officially represented by 
government art commissions or committees). 

CEYLON. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 



Exhibit 
No. 



Cameron, Mrs. H. H., Colombo. 

1. Sri Bodhin Wahanse (Tlie Sacred 

Bo-tree, 2000 years old). 

2. Adam's Peak. 

3. Cocoanut Palm and Rice Field. 

4. Street in Colombo. 

5. The Jetawanarama Dagoba. 

6. The Lankarama Dagoba. 

7. The Maligawa (Temple of the 

Sacred Tooth). 

8. Estate Bungalow. 

Government of Ceylon. 

9. Friezes depicting the Birth Stories 



of the Buddha. 
10. Door Panels. (In 
Court.) 



the Ceylon 



Vandort, Miss Grace, Colombo. 

11. Shoe Flowers (Hibiscus). 

12. Atthana Flowers (Datura). 

GROUP 11. 
SCULPTURE. 

Abdul Caffoor, N. H. D., Colombo. 

12a. Ivory Elejiliant witit trappings of 
Gold and Ceylon Gems. 

de Silva, D. F., & Co., Colombo. 

13-14. Large Ivory Caskets of ancient 
Sinhalese design, mounted with 
gold and Ceylon gems. 

15. Ivory Casket, depicting rural 

scenes, mounted with gold. 

16. Large Ivory Elephant, mounted 

with gold. 



Exhibit 
No. 

17. Ivory Elephant with trappings of 

gold and Ceylon gems. 

18. Carved Silver Bowl. 
Dias, W. Chapman, Colombo. 

ig-20. Two ancient Figures of Door- 
guardians. 

Macan Marcar, O. L. M., Colombo. 

21. Ancient Ivory Casket, mounted 

with Gold and Ceylon Gems. 

22. Two Carved Ivory Covers for 

Palm Leaf Book. 
Exhibited by Incumbent Priest 
of Galkene Vihare. Presented 
about 1750 by the King of Cey- 
lon to the Temple. 

23. Two Carved Ivory Covers for 

Palm Leaf Book. 
Exhibited by Incumbent Priest 
of Mulkirigala Vihare. Pres- 
ented about 1750 by the King 
of Ceylon to the Temple. 

Theodoris, Don, & Co., Colombo. 

24. Ivory Casket, mounted with Gold, 

of ancient Sinhalese design. 

25. Ebony Elephant with trappings of 

Silver, carrying Ivory Relic 
Shrine. 

GROUP 14. 

ORIGINAL OBJECTS OF ART 

WORKMANSHIP. 

Andris, Hami, Ratnapura. 
27. Silver Box. 
28-30. Three Silver Bowls. 
31-33. Three Silver Vases. 

Nos. 27-33 exhibited by P. E. 

Pieris, Colombo. 



INTERNATIONAL. 



247 



Applied Arts. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Government of Ceylon. 
34. Collection of Earthenware. 
35- Silver Model of Temple. 

36. Silver Casket. 

37. Collection of Silver Articles. 
38-39. Two Brass Trays. 

40. Brass Bowl. 

41. Brass Karanduwa. 

42. Bowl, Brass and Silver. 
43- Brass Water-bottle. 

44. Collection of Brass Articles. 

45. Collection of Carved Boxes. 
46-48. Vases, carved Cocoanut Shell. 

Pieris, P. E., Colombo. 

49. Collection of Gold and Silver 

mounted Sinhalese Daggers, 
very ancient. 

Tikiri Banda, P. G. 

50. Brass Betel Tray. 

Exhibited by the Government 
of Ceylon. 



Exhibit 
No. » 

Valipuram, V. 

51. Brass Lamp. 

Exhibited by the Government 
of Ceylon. 

Weeraratne, Don Bastian. 

52. Silver Tray. 

Exhibited by the Government 
of Ceylon. 

Wimalaratne, D. D., Kandy. 

53. Ebony Model of Sinhalese Pillar. 

Carved. 

54. Ebony Picture Frame. Carved. 

55. Ebony Box. Carved. 

(Nos. 1-12, 22, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 
33, 34. 36, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43, 46, 47, 48, 49, 
50, 51, 53, 54 and 55, are installed in 
the International Section; the remain- 
ing exhibits in this group are installed 
in the Ceylon Court.) 



CHINA. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Collection of Paintings Lent by the Im- 
perial Chinese Government. 

56. Paintings. Water color on scrolls. 
57- Paintings. Water color on Pith 
paper. 

Shu Lien Chi, Hangchow. 
58. Two Fans, painted. 
59- Paintings. Water color and gold 
on silk and paper, landscapes, 
flowers, animals and birds on 
fans and scrolls. 

Takshang, Canton. 

60. Paintings in gold on shells. 

Vo-Chon, Canton. 

61. Paintings. Water color on paper, 
6ia. Paintings. Water color on pith 

paper. 

Wassiamull, AssomuU, Canton. 

62. Two Shells, painted. 

63. Paintings in Oil on Shells. 
64- Paintings in Gold on Shells. 



GROUP II. 
SCULPTURE. 

Albert, L., Canton. 

65. Carvings in Ivory and Wood. 

Two carved tusks on carved 
ebony stands, by Chun Kwan 
Kee. 
Chun Wwan Kee, Canton. 

66. Carvings in Ivory. Carved tusks, 

Chessmen and Balls. 
Kwong Cheong Tai, Canton. 

67. Carvings in Jadestone. Elephant. 

68. Carvings in Crystal. Vase. 

69. Carvings in Bamboo. Scrolls. 
Pan Fung Tai, Shanghai. 

70. Carvings in Wood. Figures and 

ornaments. 
Sung Sing Kung, Ningpo. 

71. Carvings in Wood. Figures and 

ornamental carvings on furni- 
ture. 
Takshang, Canton. 

72. Carving on Shells. 
Wassiamull, AssomuU, Canton. 

73. Ivory Figure, carved, with eigh- 

teen balls. 

74. Ivory Cabinet, carved. 

75. Carvings in Ivory. Carved tusks, 

balls and chessmen. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART 



Applied Arts. 



GROUP 13. 
LOAN COLLECTION. 

Deacon & Co., Canton. 

82. Antique Vase, red and blue Ara- 

besque. Ming A. D. 1363-1623. 

Reuter, Brockelmann, Canton. 

83. Art Work in Metal. Bronze In- 

cense Burners, Vases and Ma- 
iotsze Drums, made in B. C. 
1 122 to B. C. 225. 

Spandau, O., Canton. 

84. Art Work in Metal. Bronze In- 

cense Burner and Miaotsze 
Drums, made in B. C. 1122 to 
A. D. 25. 

GROUP 14. 

ORIGINAL OBJECTS OF ART 
WORKMANSHIP. 

Blanco, A. E., Shanghai. 

76. Art Work in Metal. Bronze Idols. 
Chun Kwan Kee, Canton. 

77. Art Work in Metal. Bronze Vases. 

Dent Vyvyan, Shanghai. 

78. Art Work in Pottery or Porce- 

lain. Vases and Urns. 

79. Art Work in Metal. Cloisonne 

and Bronze. 

80. Art Work in Textiles. Old Em- 

broidered Scrolls. 

Hau Cheong Tai, Canton. 

81. Art Work in Metal. Bronze Urn 

and Vase. 

Huang Tajen, Director of Industrial 
Institute, Peking. 

82. Art Work in Crystal in Jade. 

Urns and Vases. 

83. Art Work in Metal. Cloisonne 

and Bronze. 

84. Art Work in Porcelain. Vases 

and Figures. 

85. Art Work in Lacquer. Boxes. 

Kwong Cheong Tai, Canton. 

86. Bronze Figure. 

87. Art Work in Metal. Bronze idols, 

urns, lions. 



88. Art Work in Porcelain. Vases, 

bowls, urns, of the eighteenth 
century. 

89. Art Work in Metal. Cloisonne 

Vases, Urns, Bowls, Boxes, 
Carafes, Pitchers and Card 
Plates. 

Kwong Yap, Canton, 

90. Art Work in Metal. Cloisonne 

and Bronze. 

91. Art Work in Porcelain. Vases 

and Urns. 

92. Art Work in Crystal and Jade. 

Ornaments.. 

H. E. Viceroy, Hsu. 
Provincial Exhibit, Fukien. 

93. Art Work in Lacquer. Made by 

Shen Shao An. 

H. E. Viceroy, Suanfang. 
Provincial Exhibit, Hupeh. 

94. Art Work in Pottery and Porce- 

lain. 

95. Art Work in Crystal and Jade. 

96. Art Work in Metal. 

H. E. Wei Kuang Fao. 
Provincial Exhibit, Kiangnan. 

97. Art Work in Porcelain. 

98. Art Work in Ivory. 

99. Art Work in Lacquer. 

Shen Shao An Shoo Kee. 

100. Two Vases. Foochow lacquer, 

blue background with flowers. 

Suchih Ti, Director Tea and Porcelain 
Company, Shanghai, 
loi. Art Work in Porcelain, made at 
Kingtechen. 

Vochon, Canton. 

102. Art Work in Metal. Bronze In- 

cense Burners 

Vrard, Tientsin. 

103. Vase. Cloisonne. 

104. Art Work in Metal. Cloisonne 

Ornaments. 

Wing Cheong, Canton. 

105. Art Work in Crystal and Jade. 

106. Art Work in Porcelain. 

107. Art Work in Metal. 

(These exhibits, with the exception of 
Nos. 58, 62, 73, 74, 86, 100 and 103, are 
installed in the Chinese Section of the 
Palace of Liberal Arts.) 



INTERNATIONAL. 



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Applied Arts. 



DENMARK. 



GROUP 14. 

ORIGINAL OBJECTS OF ART 
WORKMANSHIP. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Baden, Jacob, Designer and Executor of 
Bindings. 
io8. "Comedies," by Holberg. (3 

Vols.) 
109. "Our Castles," by Alice Muller. 
no. "Poems," by Wessel. 

111. "Peter Paars," by Holberg. 

112. Hymn Book. 

113. "Book of my Love," by Karl 

Gjellerup. 

114. "Fredensborg." (2 Vols.) 

115. "The Theater," by Herman Baug. 

116. "Oeuvres de Moliere." (10 Vols.) 

Bindesbol, Professor (designer and 
modeler). 
ii6a. Eleven pieces of Ipsen ware, 

mat glaze. Executed by Bertel 

Ipsen. 
ii6b. Royal Copenhagen Porcelain. 

Executed by Bertel Ipsen. 

Christiansen, R., Designer. 

Bindings executed by Jacob 
Baden. 

117. "Poems," by Emil Aarestrup. 

118. "Oeuvres de Moliere." 
Engelhardt, V. 

119-125. Vases with colored glazes. 
Royal Copenhagen Porcelain. 

125a. Dish, with lizard. Royal Copen- 
hagen Porcelain. 

125b. Royal Copenhagen Porcelain. 

Heilman, G. 

126. Plaque, painting under glaze, 

Royal Copenhagen Porcelain. 
126a. Royal Copenhagen Porcelain. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Kahler, Herman. 

126b. Eleven pieces of Kahler Lustre- 
ware. Modeled by Reistrup- 
Hansen. 

126c. Kahler Lustre-ware. Modeled by 
Reistrup-Hansen. 

Krog, Prof. A. 

127. Plates, painting under glaze, 

Royal Copenhagen Porcelain. 
127a. Royal Copenhagen Porcelain. 

Larson, Knud, Designer. 

Binding executed by Jacob 
Baden. 

128. "Poems," by Viggo Stuckenberg. 

Nathielson, B. 

128a. Unique teapot. Royal Copen- 
hagen Porcelain. 
128b. Royal Copenhagen Porcelain. 

Nielson, E., Designer. 

129. Figure, Cat. Royal Copenhagen 

Porcelain. 

130. Figure, Dog. Royal Copenhagen 

Porcelain. 
130a. Royal Copenhagen Porcelain. 

Rode, Gotfred, Designer. 

Binding executed by Jacob 
Baden. 

131. "Stories for the Antiquity," by 

P. Mariager. ( Vols.) 

132. "The Sundering Flood," by Wil- 

liam Morris. 
133- "Fairy Tales," by H. C. Ander- 
sen, printed in fifty copies. 

(Nos. ii6b, 125b, 126a, 126c, 127a, 128b 
and 130a are, for lack of space, installed 
in the Danish Section of the Varied In- 
dustries Building.) 



I CELAN D. 

GROUP 14. 

ORIGINAL OBJECTS OF ART 

WORKMANSHIP. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Nielsen, Elin. 
134- Collection of Embroideries. 



NORWAY. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Smith-Hald (deceased). 

135. "Olden Lake," Harvest Evening. 

136. "Waterfall," A Mountain Stream. 



2. so 



Exhibit 
No. 



DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Norway, Peru, Switzerland. 



GROUP 14. 



ORIGINAL OBJECTS OF ART 
WORKMANSHIP. 

Knag, Chr., Bergen. 

Collection of Furniture inlaid 
m colored woods. 

137. Cabinet. 

138. Corner Seat, with Cabinet and 

Screen Back. 

139. Table. 

140. Wall Cabinet. 

141. Two Chairs. 

142-144. Three Wall Shelves. * 

Munthe, Gerhard. 

Collection of Tapestries de- 
signed by Gerhard Munthe; 
executed and exhibited by the 
Museum of Art, Trondhjem. 

145. Naiads. 

146. The Wise Bird. 

94. Door Curtain, old Norwegian pat- 
tern. 



PERU. 

GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Franco, Amalia I. 

161. Three Miniatures in a Frame. 

162. Miniature. 

Schenck, A. F, (deceased.) 

164. Le Secours (The Succor). Oil 
Painting. 



Exhibit 
No. 



147. 
148. 
149. 
150. 

151- 
152. 

153- 



154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 

160 



The Yellow Hair. 

The Horses of the Waves. 

Thor and the Valkyria. 

The Daughters of Northern 
Light, or The Suitors. 

In the Fairy Garden. 

The Gold Birds. 

The Baldishol Tapestry. Nor- 
wegian textile work from the 
twelfth century. Copy from 
the Studio of the Museum of 
Art, Trondhjem. 

The Bloody Tower. 

Oden. 

Under the Great Bear. 

Rug. 

Runner. 

And there were twenty-four 

women and all in a row. 
Curtain, old Norwegian pattern. 



SWITZERLAND. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Benziger, A., Brennen. 

165. Portrait of President McKinley. 
x66. Portrait of a Mother with Child. 



ITALY 



Commissioner-General 
Giovanni Branchi 



Delegate of the Ro3al ConiiiiissioTi in Rome and 
Commissioner of Fine Arts 

Adolfo Apolloni 



Secretary of Fine Arts 

TULLIO GlORDANA 



For information regarding exhibits for sale apply to Mr. Tullio Gi&rdana. 
in GaUeries N and O. Tfalian Section. 



ITALY. 



WEST PAVILION, 



Galleries 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 126 ; aiso Galleries N and O. 



Oil Paintings. 



GROUP 9. 
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. 

Oil Paintings. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Agazzi, Carlo, Milan. 

1. High Lombardy. 
Agazzi, Ermengildo, Milan. 

2. The Widow. 
Attanasio, Natale, Rome. 

4. Fraying. 

Barone, C. Adolfo, Naples. 

5. Browsing. 
Baronio, Antonio, Turin. 

6. High Mountain. 
Barricelli, Maurizio, Rome. 

7. Sunset at Pompei. 

Bartesago, Enrico, Milan. 

8. On the Alps. 
Battaglia, Alessandro, Rome. 

9. In the Granary. 

Bazzani, Luigi, Rome. 

10. Arch of Septimus Severus. 
Bazzaro, Leonardo, Milan. 

11. Sad Day. 
Belloni, Giorgio, Milan. 

12. Wandering Clouds. 
Bertelli, Luigi, Bologna. 

13. Oil Painting. 

Berti, Guglielmo, Venice. 

14. Canal in Venice. 

Besso, Amalia, Rome. 

18. Contrast. 

19. Curiosity. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Bompiani, Roberto, Rome. 

20. St. Cecilia. 

21. Ancient Game. 

Bonomelli, Romeo, Bergamo. 

22. At Play. 

23. My Studio Window. 

23a. The Painter painted by himself. 

Bordignon, Noe, Castel Franco Veneto. 

24. Chrism. 
Bottero, Giuseppe, Turin. 

25. Afraid. 

Buono, Eugenio, Naples. 

26. Returning Fishermen. 

27. Herd of Cattle. 

Cairati, Girolamo, Venice. 

28. The Green Bridge in Parma. 

29. Spes nostra. 

Carnpestrini, Alcide, Milan. 

30. Friars in the Library. 

31. Lesson in Geography. 

Caprile, Vincenzo, Naples, 

33. Easter Market at Naples. 

34. Old Naples. 

35. Neapolitan Costume. 

Carlandi, Onorato, Rome. 

39. Immortal Agony. 

Cavaleri, Ludovico, Milan. 

40. Sunset. 

41. Marine. 

Celeri Viena, Ida, Milan. 

42. September. 

43. Before the Storm. 



ITALY. 
Oil Paintings. 



2S3, 



Exhibit 
No. 

Chini, Galileo, Florence. 

44. The Sphinx. 
Ciardi, Giuseppe, Venice. 

45. Spring. 

46. Jugglers. 

Ciardi, Gugliclmo, Venice. 

47. The Bucintaurus. 

48. Venetian Fetes. 

Cipolla, Fabio, Rome. 

49. The Fog. 
Coleman, Enrico, Rome. 

50. Duck-hunt near Rome. 

51. Ancient Rights. (Roman Cam- 

pagna.) 

Coromaldi, Umberto, Rome. 

52. Friends. 

Cortese, Federigo, Naples. 

53. St. .Anna's Mill. 

54. In the Campania. 

55. Pescarenico. 

Costantini, Gio. Batta, Vittorio Veneto. 

56. End of the Journey. 

Cremonesi, Ambrogio, Milan. 

57. Fish. 

58. Game. 

59. Fruits. 

Crespi, Enrico, Milan. 

60. Plain Life. 

Cressini, Carlo, Milan. 

61. The Lake of Arsenio. (Brianza.) 
Dalbono, Edoardo, Naples. 

62. Seaside. 

63. Fishing Boat. 

Damolin, Oreste, Piove di Sacco. (Padua.) 

63a. Underfed. 

De Francisco, Pietro, Rome. 

64. Family Scene. 

De Karolis, Adolfo, Florence. 

65. Portrait. 

66. The Lady and the Fountain. 

67. Spring. 

Delleani, Lorenzo, Turin. 

68. Scheveningen. (Holland.) 

69. Art Thou Christ, Son of God? 

Dair Oca Bianca, Angelo, Verona. 

70. The Souls' Loves. 

71. Spring. 

72. Sunset. 



Exhibit 
No. 

De Sanctis, Giuseppe, Naples. 

73. Peristyle of St. Mark's. 

74. St. Mark's Place. 

Di Bricherasio, Sofia, Turin. 

75. On the Lignon River. 
Discovolo, Antonio, Rome. 

76. Morning. 

77. "Reclame." 

78. On the Boat. 

Duodo, Giuseppe, Venice. 

79. Neapolitan Woman. 
Esposito, Gaetano, Naples. 

80. In the Harbor of Naples. 
Faccioli, RaflFaele, Bologna. 

81. Feeding Time— St. Mark's Pig- 

eons in Venice. 

82. Washing the Sheep. 

83. Sheep returning Home. 

Falchetti, Alberto, Turin. 

84. Cemetery in the Alps. 
Fattori, Giovanni, Florence. 

85. On the Battle Grounds. 

86. Roman Campagna. 

87. "Butteri." 

Favai, Gennaro, Venice. 

88. A Canal at Sunset. 
Ferrari, Arturo, Milan. 

89. Interior of Church of St. Anthony 

in Milan. 

Ferrari, Augusto, Turin. 

90. In Search of the Pole. 

91. After Dinner. 

Ferrari, Carlo, Rome. 

92. Chatting. 

93. Type of Roman Lady. 

94. Church of St. Francis in Assisi. 

Ferro, Cesare, Turin. 

95. Waiting. 

Florido, Osvaldo, Verona. 

96. Interior of St. Mark's in Venice. 

97. Fog on the banks of the Adige. 

Focardi, Ruggiero, Florence. 

98. Countryman. 

Formis, Achille, Milan. 

99. In the Valsassina. 

100. Pescarenico. 

Fornara, Carlo, Milan. 

102. Winter. 

103. Autumn. 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Forti, E, Rome. 

104. Poppea at Antium. 
Gabbiani, Giuseppe, Naples. 

105. Neapolitan Girl. 
Gabrini, Petro, Rome. 

106. Seaside. 

Gclli, Edoardo, Florence. 

107. Dutch Girl. 

108. The Last Chord. 

109. Galileo Galilei. 
GhigHa, Oscar, Florence. 

no. The Painter painted by himself. 

111. Medusa. 

Gilardelli Crespi, Aurora, Milan. 

112. Just Arrived. 

113. For a Marriage. 

Gilardi, Pier Celestino, Turin. 

114. To the Sanctuary. 

115. A Game of Bowling. 

116. Between a Smoke and the Glass 

Gioli, Francesco, Florence. 

117. Young Mother. 
117a. A Country Woman. 

118. Return of the Ewes to the 

Lambs. 

Gioli, Luigi, Florence. 

119. Horses drinking. 

120. Beating the Corn. 

Gola, Emilio, Milan. 

121. The Naviglio. 

122. A Brianza's Landscape. 

Guaccimanni, Vittorio, Ravenna. 

123. The 13th Monferrato in the Bat- 

tle of S. Martino. 

Guerra, Achille, Rome. 

124. In the Sacristy. 

125. A Music Lesson. 

Innocenti, Camillo, Rome. 

126. Holy Family. 

127. Ciociaro Song. 
Joris, Pio, Rome. 

128. "Via Flaminia." 

129. A Frame. 

(a) Neapolitan Confectionery. 

(b) A Corner of Campo dei 

Fiori (Rome). 

131. Antiquary at Toledo. 
Kienerk, Giorgio, Florence. 

132. Silence. 
Korompay, Duilio, Mestre. 

133. Wild Flowers. 

134. Summer. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Laurenti, Cesare, Venice. 

135. Soul in Trouble. 

136. Conscience. 

137. Venetian Poetry. 

Lojacono, Francesco, Palermo. 

138. Before the Storm. 
Longoni, Emilio, Milan. 

139. The Murmur of the Brook. 

140. The Last Stone. 

Lori, Amedeo, Pisa. 

141. A Forest of Pine Trees. 
Luxardo, Lazzaro, Genoa. 

142. Seaside. 
Magistretti, Emilio, Milan. 

143. Under Marcus Aurelius, F.mpernr 

174 A. C. 

144. Model at Rest. 

Majuri, Roberto, Toledo. 

145. Fruits and Flowers. 

146. Fruits and Flowers. 

147. Fruits and Flowers. 

Mancini, Antonio, Rome. 

148. Portrait. 

Mancini, Francesco, Rome. 

149. Positano. 

150. Indian Fantasia. 

151. Return from the Feast. 

Mantegazza, Giacomo, Milan. 

152. First Steps. 

Mazza, Aldo. 

153. Woman's Head. 

Menato, Giuseppe, Verona, 

154. An Evening on the Adige. 

155. Back to the Plain. 

156. Falling Leaves. 

Menshausen, Labriola Frieda, Rome. 

157. Green Blouse. 

158. Girl with Orchids. 

Migliaro, Vincenzo, Pizzofalconc. 

159. Old Naples. 

160. Via degli Orefici. 

161. A Street in Naples 

Minasoli, Luigi, Turin. 

162. Landscape. 
Miola, Camillo, Naples. 

163. Damocles' Sword. 

Monteforte, Edoardo, S. Sebastian© 
Vesuviano (Naples). 

164. The Vesuvius. 



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255 



Oil Paintings. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Morbelli, Angelo, Milan. 
165. The Cleaning of the Rice. 



166. Cathedral of Milan, 

Dome. 

167. Abandoned. 



Interior of 



Mucchi, Anton Maria, Multedo di Pegli 
(Genoa). 

168. Rapture. 
Noci, Arturo, Rome. 

169. Villa Borghese. 

170. First Letter. 

171. Praying. 

Nomellini, Plinio, Torre del Lago 
(Lucca). 

172. Victorious Youth. 

173. The Woman of the Sea. 

Novo, Stefano, Venice. 

174. From the Church. 

Omegna, Filippo, Turin. 

175. Storm. 

Pariani, Alfredo, Milan. 

176. Silence. 

Pasinetti, Antonio, Milan. 

177. Serenade. 

Pasini, Emilio, Brescia. 

178. Naughty Girl. 
Pazzini, Norberto, Rome. 

179. In the Country of St. Francis of 

Assisi. 

180. Republic of St. Marino. 

Pellizza, Giuseppe, Volpedo. 

181. The Painter painted by himself. 

182. Procession. 

Petiti, Filiberto, Rome. 

183. Nocturne (Riviera). 
Piccinni, Antonio, Rome. 

184. Vanity and Envy. 
Piccioni, Gino, Tivoli. 

185. Vanity. 

Pontecorvo, Raimondo, Rome. 

186. A Pearl. 
Previati, Gaetano, Milan. 

j 187. The Assumption of the Virgin 
[ Mary (Tryptich). 

Rava, Maurizio, Milan. 

188. The Song of the Brook. 

9 



Sunset. 

From the Mountain. 



Exhibit 
No. 

Reycend, Enrico, Turin. 

189. Autumn Morning in the Moun- 

tains. 

190. Midday in August. 

Ricci, Dante, Rome. 

192. Last Rays. 

Rizzi, Antonio, Venice. 

193. Convalescence. 
194. 
195. 

Rocchetti, A. Torres, Palermo. 

196. Wheel-wrights. 
ig6a. Near Palermo. 

Rossi, Alberto, Cairo, Egypt. 

197. A Corner in Cairo. 

198. Peddler. 

Sacheri, Giuseppe, Genoa. 

199. Sunset. 
Sartorelli, Francesco, Venice. 

200. Sunset. 

201. Spring. 

Savini, Alfonso, Bologna. 

202. Iris. 

203. Woman's Head. 

Sezanne, August, Venice. 

204. Old Mills on the Po River. 

205. In the Old Fur Coat. 

Simoni, Gustavo, Rome. 

206. Negroes before 

Tlemcen. 

Spinetti, Mario, Rome. 

207. Oriental Girl. 

Stoppoloni, Augusto Guglielmo, Rome. 

208. Hagar. 

209. A Veteran. 

210. Coming out of Church. 

Stragliati, Carlo, Milan. 

211. Haughty. 

212. Soap Bubbles. 

Tavernier, Andrea, Turin. 

213. Life a Dream. 

Tironi, Vittorio, Milan. 

214. Woman's Portrait. 

Tomaselli, Onofrio, Palermo. 

215. Monumental Ruins. 

216. A Friar. 

Virla, Adele, Rome. 

21''. Short Rest. 



a Mosque at 



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DEPARTMENT B.— ART. 
Water Colors, Engravings, Lithographs, and Sculpture. 



Water Colors. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Battaglia, Alessandro, Rome. 

218. Jealousy. 
Bompard, Luigi, Bologna. 

219. Venus. Pastel. 

220. The Elements. Pastel. 

Cappiello, Lionetto, Turin. 

221. Drawings. 
Carosi, Giuseppe, Rome. 

222. Sunbeam. 
Casciaro, Giuseppe, Naples. 

223. Pastel. 

224. Pastel. 

225. Pastels. 

Clava, Giuseppina, Turin. 

226. Miniatures. 

Corelli, Augusto, Rome. 

227. A Kiss to the Prettiest. 

228. At Spring. 

229. In the Samnium. 

De Tommasi, Publio, Rome. 

230. Mary's Daughters. 

Grimaldi, Leopoldo, Campobasso. 
23J. The Dome of St. Peter. 

Mazza, Aldo, Milan. 

232. Sketch. Pastel. 

Meyer, Sigismondo, Rome. 

233. Water Color. 

Micali, Giuseppe, Rome. 

234. Old Papers. 

Miserocchi, Domenico, Ravenna. 

235. Pastel. 

Noci, Arturo, Rome. 

236. Head of a Girl. 

Piazza, Enrico, Ravenna. 

237. Young Faun. Pastel. 

Piccinni, Antonio, Rome. 

238. A News-girl. 

Signorini, Giuseppe, Rome. 

239. Torture. 

240. Chatting in the Sacristy. 

Simoni, Gustavo, Rome. . 

241. The Ascent of Pugliano at 

Resina. 

Tiratelli, Cesare, Rome. 

242. Palm Sunday. 

Vighi, Coriolano, Bologna. 

243. Wind. Pastel. 



GROUP 10. 
ENGRAVINGS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

Exhibit 
No. 

Martini, Alberto, Treviso. 

244. Black and White Drawing. 

245. Innocence. Drawing. 

246. Head of Christ. Drawing. 

247. Sketches from "Secchia Rapita," 

and other drawings. 

Vanni, Pietro, Rome. 

248. Etchings. 
Viligiardi, Arturo, Rome. 

249. History of St. Laurence the 

Martyr. Drawings for the fres- 
coes in the Choru