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POOLE'S INDEX



TO



PERIODICAL LITERATURE



FIFTH SUPPLEMENT

FROM JANUARY i 1902 TO JANUARY i 1907

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BY

WILLIAM I. FLETCHER, A. M.

LIBRARIAN OF AMHKRST COLLEGE

AND

MARY POOLE

FORMERLY OF THE NEWBERRY LIBRARY CHICAGO

WITH THE COOPERATION OF MANY LIBRARIANS



GLOUCESTER, MASS.
PETER SMITH



Copyright, 1908
BY WILLIAM I. FLETCHER AND MARY POOLE.

REPRINTED 1938. '958



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PREFACE.



IN the Preface to that magnum opus, the Poole's Index, of 1882, the following
promise was made : " Supplements in a style uniform with this edition will
be issued every five years, which will include not only the periodicals which have
appeared during that period, but older serials which are worthy of oeing indexed,
and are not included in this edition."

The present issue is the fifth of the five-year Supplements thus promised, mark-
ing the completion of a quarter-century since the 1882 volume appeared.

With the great increase in the number of excellent periodicals, growth in the
size of these Supplements is inevitable, and it will be noticed that this issue
contains ten per cent, more pages than its predecessor. It covers 190 different
periodicals as against 170 in the last volume, and indexes 1360 volumes.

It will be observed on examining the Chronological Conspectus prefixed to this
volume that of the 232 sets included in the edition of 1882 only 49 are continued
in this Supplement, while 141 newer ones are here included. Of this number 33
appear in this Supplement for the first time, a portion of these being new ven-
tures, started during the period or just before its beginning, and others represent-
ing the effort to fulfil the promise that "older serials worthy of being indexed"
should be taken up in the Supplements.

Special pains have been taken to include in this volume references to a large
number of college and university publications, making the index of special value
to the larger libraries ; while at the same time it has not been in the least weak-
ened on the more popular side. Among these additions to the list, special atten-
tion may well be called to the Princeton University Bulletin, 15 vols., the Catholic
University Bulletin, 12 vols., the University of Chicago Record, 10 vols., the Co-
lumbia University Quarterly, 8 vols., the California University Chronicle, 3 vols.,
the Wisconsin Alumni Magazine, 7 vols., and the Technology Review, 8 vols.
While these periodicals are quite largely occupied with matters pertaining to ihe
institutions issuing them, such matter not being of value for the purpose of this
Index, they also have many papers of importance on live subjects, and it is
thought that their inclusion will be appreciated in all the larger libraries.

The increasing multiplicity and complexity of the subjects treated by magazine
writers, and the lack of any well-established terminology in most departments of
knowledge, makes the task of the indexer who would have his work somewhat
systematic a well-nigh hopeless one. There is a strong temptation to depart
from a strictly alphabetic order of entry and fall back upon a classification under
well-established headings. But we have constantly resisted that temptation, and
have endeavored to carry out as consistently as possible a purely alphabetic
arrangement, modifying some headings to keep together things that belong
together, but avoiding any considerable recasting of the titles.

iii



ir PREFACE.

The separation of plural headings from their singulars, with many intervening
headings having no relation to them, as in the case of "Cat, The" and "Cats,"
with such headings as Catalogues, Cathedrals, Catherine, etc., between them, this
seems unfortunate and unreasonable, and an attempt has sometimes been made
to avoid it, but we conclude that a recognized and persistent adherence to strict
alphabetic order is a sine qua non in an alphabetic index, and have tolerated many
apparent infelicities for the sake of such adherence, nothing being more impor-
tant in a work of this kind than that its users shall know what they can depend on.

Attention is called to the list of Collaborators on the opposite page, and the
editors wish to express their high appreciation of the value of the help they have
rendered, without which this work could not be continued. More than one-half of
the references in this volume have appeared in the Library Index, published by
the Library Journal office in New York, which furnishes the Annual Supplement
to " Poole," suggested by Dr. Poole himself in 1882, and which is prepared under
the same collaboration.

It is to be regretted that this volume appears so many months after the close of
the period it covers. A work of this extent undertaken by persons with other
important claims on their time must necessarily proceed slowly ; and in the
present case there have been unexpected obstacles in the mere process of print-
ing. Now that it is done, may it prove no less useful in its day than its prede-
cessors, or than the parent " Poole's Index."

W. I. F.
M. P.

JANUARY 31, 1908.



COLLABORATORS.

WM. I. FLETCHER, Editor Librarian, Amherst College, Amberst, Mass.

MARY POOLE, " Reading, Mass.



GRACE ASHLEY Assistant Public Library, Newark, N. J.

MAY ASHLEY Librarian Public Library, Greenfield, Mass.

WILLARD AUSTEN Assistant Librarian Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.

JAMES BAIN, JR Librarian Public Library, Toronto, Ont.

WALTER S. BISCOE Librarian [Catalog Dept.] State Library, Albany, N. Y.

CAROLINE A. BLANCHARD Librarian Tufts Library, Weymouth, Mass.

ISAAC S. BRADLEY Librarian State Historical Society, Madison, Wis.

ARTHUR N. BROWN Librarian U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.

LAU RANGE C. BURKE Assistant University of Wisconsin Library, Madison, Wis.

CHARLES H. BURR Librarian Williams College, Williamstown, Mass.

ELIZABETH CRANSTON Assistant Public Library, Providence, R. I.

T. FRANKLIN CURRIER Assistant Harvard College Library, Cambridge. Mass.

JOHN F. DA VIES Butte, Montana.

CARRIE L. ELLIOTT Reference Librarian Public Library, Chicago, 111.

MABEL A. FARR Librarian Adelphi College, Brooklyn, N. Y.

IDA F. FARRAR Assistant City Library, Springfield, Mass.

FREDERICK W. FAXON Boston Book Co., Boston, Mass.

MARY R. FOSTER Assistant State Historical Society Library, Madison, Wis.

GEORGE L. Fox Principal University School, New Haven, Conn.

WILLIAM D. GODDARD Assistant Library of Congress, Washington, D. C.

WILLIAM C. HAWKS Assistant Librarian Hartford Theological Seminary, Hartford, Conn.

DAVID HEALD Assistant Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass.

CAROLINE M. HEWINS Librarian Public Library, Hartford, Conn.

WILLIAM J. JAMES Librarian Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn.

FRED. P. JORDAN Chief Cataloguer Library of University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.

ELLEN F. KNOWLES Assistant Boston Athenaeum, Boston, Mass.

JOSEPH D. LAYMAN Assistant Librarian University of California, Berkeley, CaL

GEO. T. LITTLE Librarian Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me.

LYDIA W. MASTERS Assistant Public Library, Watertown, Mass.

MARY MEDLICOTT Reference Librarian City Library, Springfield, Mass.

ANTOINETTE P. METCALF Reference Librarian Oberlin College Library, Oberlin, O.

ELIZABETH B. MILLS Assistant State Historical Society Library, Madison, Wis.

A. LOUISE MORTON Assistant City Library, Springfield, Mass.

C. ALEX. NELSON Reference Librarian Columbia University Library, N. Y. City.

MARY O. NUTTING Librarian emeritus Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass.

GEORGE M. PERRY Ashland, Mass.

FLORA R. PETRIE Assistant Y. M. C. A. Library, N. Y. City.

FRANKLIN O. POOLE Librarian Bar Assoc. Library, N. Y. City.

EDITH M. PRATT Assistant Librarian Public Library, Westfield, Mass.

PUBLIC LIBRARY Worcester, Mass.

JOSEPHINE A. RATHBONE Assistant Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y.

ABBY L. SARGENT Assistant Public Library, Medford, Mass.

MARY E. SARGENT Librarian Public Library, Medford, Mass.

ALICE SHEPARD Assistant Librarian City Library, Springfield, Mass.

THOMAS H. SMITH Chief Cataloguer Public Library, New Haven, Conn.

WALTER M. SMITH Librarian University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.

IDA M. TAYLOR Assistant City Library, Springfield, Mass.

MARY S. TERWILLIGER Assistant Public Library, Worcester, Mass.

WILLIAM H. TILLINGHAST .... Assistant Librarian Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass.

PERCY H. TUFTS Assistant Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass.

AGNES VAN VALKENBURGH Assistant Public Library, Milwaukee, Wis.

JULIA WHEELOCK Assistant Pratt Institute Library, Brooklyn, N. Y.

CARRIE W. WHITNEY .... Librarian Public Library, Kansas City, Mo.

SOLON F. WHITNEY Librarian Public Library, Watertown, Mass.

MARY G. WILBUR Assistant Public Library, Providence, R. I.

HARRIET B. WINSOR Assistant City Library, Springfield, Mass.

ELEANOR B. WOODRUFF Assistant Pratt Institute Library, Brooklyn, N. Y.

ELIZABETH A. YOUNG Assistant Public Library, Chicago, 111.

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