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Alden, Percy. Democratic England, 23; 159; 311.
Bibliography on Salisbury, 60; Lichfield, 220; Rochester, 377-
Bolton, Sarah K. Helping People in their Homes, 391.

Boynton, Percy Holmes. A Reading Journey in London, 61, 175, 335-
Carlyle, Thomas. Samuel Johnson, 174.

Cathedral Tower, The. Vida Dutton Scudder, 86.

Cleveland Farms, 88.

Cleveland's New Method of Care for her Wards. W. Frank Mc

Clure, 90.

C. L. S. C. Round Table, 120, 257, 417.

Democratic England. Percy Alden. The Problem of the Unemployed, 23; The Problem of Old Age, 159; The Problem of Housing the Poor, 311.

Dickens, Charles. "Ignorance and Crime," 271.

Dickens, O. W. Holmes, 394.

Dickens's Birthday; Special Program, 419.

Dickens's London, 335.

Dissertation on the Art of Flying. Samuel Johnson, 246.

East and the West, The. A. P. Stanley, 234.

English Cathedrals. Kate Fisher Kimball. Salisbury, 41; Lichfield,

200; Rochester, 356.

Glossary of Architectural Terms, 377.

Helping People in their Homes. Sarah K. Bolton, 391.

Herbert, George. Life of, 114; The Son, 120.

Highways and Byways, 3, 147, 291.

Holmes, Oliver Wendell. Dickens, 394.

Housing of the Poor in the United States. Flavel Shurtleff, 395. Ignorance and Crime. Charles Dickens, 271.

Johnson, Samuel. Thomas Carlyle, 174; Dissertation on the Art of Flying, 246; Prayer, 257.

Johnson's London, 175.

Kimball, Kate Fisher. English Cathedrals, 41, 200, 356.

Lanier's Birthday; Special Program, 419.

Library Shelf. Life of George Herbert, 114; Dissertation on the Art of Flying, 246: Some Recollections of Dickens, 412. Lichfield, Kate Fisher Kimball, 200.

London, A Reading Journey in, Percy Holmes Boynton. The London of Pepys and Addison, 61; Johnson's London, 175; Dickens's London, 335.

Longfellow's Birthday; Special Program, 420.

Lowell's Birthday; Special Program, 419.

Marooned. Abby Merchant, 107.

McClure, W. Frank. Cleveland's New Methods of Care for her

Wards, 90.

Merchant, Abby. Marooned, 107.

Milton's Birthday: Special Program, 122.

Notes on Dickens Land Pictures, 379.

Pepys and Addison. The London of, Percy Holmes Boynton, 61.

Poet's Part in the Making of England. The, M. Wilma Stubbs, 227. Prayer. Samuel Johnson, 257.

Rochester. Kate Fisher Kimball, 356.

Salisbury. Kate Fisher Kimball, 41.

Scudder, Vida Dutton. The Cathedral Tower, 86.
Shall we ever Need an Old Age Pension Law?

Woodward, 22.

D. Lucile Field

Shurtleff, Flavel. Housing of the Poor in the United States, 395.
Some Recollections of Dickens. Marcus Stone, 412.

Stanley, A. P. The East and the West, 234.

Stone, Marcus, Some Recollections of Dickens, 412.

Stubbs, M. Wilma, The Poet's Part in the Making of England, 227.
Talk About Books, 138, 285, 431.

Unemployment, A Study of, 87.

Walton, Izaak; Life of George Herbert, 114.

Woodward, D. Lucile Field. Shall We Ever Need an Old Age Pen-
sion Law? 221.


Ashland (Oregon) Assembly Grounds.

Main Entrance; Flowers,
124; Chautauqua Building; View from Chautauqua Building,
125; Creek, 126; Grove; Tents, 128.

Bread Line Indoors, 105; Outdoors, 104.
Button's Inn, 424.

Cleveland's New Methods of Care for her Wards. Cleveland's New
Village, 99; Infirmary at Warrensville, 99; Infirmary at the
Farm Colony, 100; Plan of Infirmary Village, 100; Group of
Cleveland's Wards, 101; Fire Drill at Boys' Farm, 101; Swim-
ming Hole at Municipal Boys' Farm, 102; Riding the donkeys
at the Boys' Farm, 102; Lean-to in the Tuberculosis Division,
103; Building of Brotherhood of Ex-workhouse Prisoners, 103.
Democratic England. At Home on the Thames Embankment, 2;
Unemployed on the Thames Embankment, 19; Unemployed
Men making Recreation Grounds, 20; Men waiting to Register,
21; "Hoppers," 22; Drawing Old Age Pensions, 163; Bethnal
Green Postoffice, 164; Houses and Shops, Letchworth, 307;
Norton Way, 308; Another View of Norton Way, 309; Ebe-
nezer Howard, 310; Folding Department, Smith & Co., Letch-
worth, 319; Letchworth Lane, 320; Wilbury Road, 321; Hamp-
stead, 322.

Dickens Land. College Gate, Rochester; Sun Hotel, Canterbury,
383; Agnes' House; Uriah Heep's House, Canterbury, 384;
Restoration House; Eastgate House, Rochester, 385; Watts'
Charity, Guildhall; Bull Inn; Mr. Sapsea's House, Rochester,
386; Church; Green Dragon Inn, Alderbury, 387; Fireplace at
the Green Dragon; Bleak House, Broadstairs, 388; The Brook,
Chatham; Gad's Hill Place, 389; Mrs. Dickens; Charles Dick-
ens; Charles Dickens reading to his daughters; the Châlet, 390.
Dickens Stamp, 418.
English Cathedrals. Plan, 45; Stonehenge; King's House, 47; Salis-
bury Cathedral, north side, 48; Salisbury Cathedral from the
west, 49; Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows; Bishop's
Palace, 50; Lady Chapel; Cloisters, 51; Choir; Transepts, 52;
West Front Ely; West Front Salisbury, 53; Nave, Salisbury,
54; Lichfield Cathedral and the Minster Pool, 145; West Front,
Lichfield Cathedral, 146; West Porch, Lichfield; In the Chapter


House, 209; Nave, Lichfield, 210; Choir, 211; Exterior of Lady
Chapel, 212; Nave, Lichfield, 210; Choir, 211; Entrance to St.
Chad's Chapel; Interior of St. Chad's Chapel, 214; St. Chad's
Well; St. Chad's Church, 215; Statue of Johnson; Samuel
Johnson; Boswell Statue; Dr. Johnson's House, Lichfield, 216;
Exterior, Rochester Cathedral; Rochester Castle and Cathedral,
359; Norman Triforium; West Window, Rochester, 360; Nave,
looking East, Rochester, 361; High Altar; Choir Screen,
Rochester, 362; Choir, Rochester, 363; Cloisters; Crypt, Roches-
ter, 364; West Door; Chapter House Door, Rochester, 365;
Miles the Verger, 366.

Junipero, Monument to, 253.

Monterey. Carmel Mission near; Pacific Ocean near, 252.
Night's Lodging in the Street, 106.

Oberammergau, two views of, 254.

Pacific Grove Assembly Grounds, 251, 252.

Poplars, Saco, Maine, 251.

Reading Journey in London, A. Flight of James II., 63; Butler;
Bunyan, 64; Congreve; Dryden, 65; Addison; Steele, 66; Pope,
75; The Stage in 1670; The Stage in 1721, 76; "Coffee House
Babble;" Company at a Coffee House, 77; Custom House, 78;
Interior of St. James's, 79; St. Paul's, 80; Choir of St. Paul's,
81; Fire Monument, 82; Two Famous 18th Century Gardens,
181; London at the End of the 18th Century, 182-3; Slums,
184; "The Distressed Poet," 185; Two Historic London Pris-
ons, 186; "The Idle Prentice," 187; Dr. Johnson's House in the
Temple, 188; Dr. Johnson at The Mitre, 189; A Court in the
Inner Temple, 190; Dolly's Coffee House, 191; Adelphi Ter-
race; Staple Inn, 192; London in 1828, 290; Southwark Bridge,
331; Preachers' Court; Pensioners' Court, Charterhouse, 332:
Chapel; Great Hall, Charterhouse, 333; Drury Lane Theater;
White Hart Tavern, 334; Old Curiosity Shop, 343; Parlia-
ment House, 344; King's Entrance, 345; East Side of Regent
Street, 346; West Side of Regent Street, 347; Fleet Street
in 1810; Hungerford Market, near Charing Cross, 348; Regent
Street; Mild Diversion, 349; Entrance to Hyde Park, 350.
Scilly Islands. Nature's Monoplanes, 255.

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VI. The Problem of Housing the Poor. Percy

Alden, M. P.....

The history of England's attempt to provide more com-
fortable dwellings and less crowded districts for her poor
is told in this article by a man whose life is devoted to the
betterment of his less fortunate neighbors.

Dickens's London. Percy Holmes Boynton.. 335

The actual London of Dickens's day as it is depicted by
Dickens's contemporaries and in his novels is shown in
this article which is the result of Mr. Boynton's wide and
sympathetic reading.

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