Little Visits with Great Americans, Vol. II (of 2) Or Success, Ideals and How to Attain Them
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  • LITTLE VISITS WITH GREAT AMERICANS
    • XXXIV A “Printer’s Devil” Whose Perseverance Wins Him Well-Earned Reputation as a Fun-Maker.
      • STUDIES OUT HIS IDEAS.
      • A PRINTER’S DEVIL.
      • GOOD USE OF LEISURE TIME.
      • HIS CONNECTION WITH “PUCK.”
      • THE “SUBURBAN RESIDENT.”
    • STUDIES OUT HIS IDEAS.
    • A PRINTER’S DEVIL.
    • GOOD USE OF LEISURE TIME.
    • HIS CONNECTION WITH “PUCK.”
    • THE “SUBURBAN RESIDENT.”
    • XXXV “A Square Man in a Round Hole” Rejects $5,000 a Year and Becomes a Sculptor.
      • MADE HIS FIRST SKETCH AT TWENTY-FIVE.
      • HE GAVE UP A LARGE SALARY TO PURSUE ART.
      • THE INSPIRATION THAT COUNTS.
    • MADE HIS FIRST SKETCH AT TWENTY-FIVE.
    • HE GAVE UP A LARGE SALARY TO PURSUE ART.
    • THE INSPIRATION THAT COUNTS.
    • XXXVI During Leisure Hours He “Found Himself” and Abandoned the Law for Art.
      • A PET DOG HIS FIRST PAINTING.
      • A UNIQUE EXPERIMENT WITH A HORSE.
    • A PET DOG HIS FIRST PAINTING.
    • A UNIQUE EXPERIMENT WITH A HORSE.
    • XXXVII Deformed in Body, His Cheerful Spirit Makes Him the Entertainer of Princes.
      • NATURE’S LAW OF COMPENSATION.
      • HOW HE TOOK JOSEPH JEFFERSON’S LIFE.
    • NATURE’S LAW OF COMPENSATION.
    • HOW HE TOOK JOSEPH JEFFERSON’S LIFE.
    • XXXVIII Energy and Earnestness Win an Actor Fame.
      • HOW TO FIND SUCCESS.
      • HE BEGAN AS A DRY GOODS CLERK.
      • HE GIVES INFINITE ATTENTION TO DETAIL.
    • HOW TO FIND SUCCESS.
    • HE BEGAN AS A DRY GOODS CLERK.
    • HE GIVES INFINITE ATTENTION TO DETAIL.
    • XXXIX A Father’s Common Sense Gives America a Great Bandmaster.
      • IN THE MARINE BAND.
      • HIS FIRST SUCCESSFUL WORK.
      • A MAN WHO NEVER RESTS.
      • HOW SOUSA WORKS.
    • IN THE MARINE BAND.
    • HIS FIRST SUCCESSFUL WORK.
    • A MAN WHO NEVER RESTS.
    • HOW SOUSA WORKS.
    • XL Blind, Deaf, and Dumb, Patient Effort Wins for Her Culture and Rare Womanhood.
      • HELEN KELLER AT HOME.
      • HER AMBITION.
      • HEREDITY AND CHILDHOOD.
      • HELEN’S FIRST TEACHER.
      • PREPARING FOR COLLEGE.
      • HER IDEAL OF A SUCCESSFUL CAREER.
    • HELEN KELLER AT HOME.
    • HER AMBITION.
    • HEREDITY AND CHILDHOOD.
    • HELEN’S FIRST TEACHER.
    • PREPARING FOR COLLEGE.
    • HER IDEAL OF A SUCCESSFUL CAREER.
    • XLI Jay Gould’s Chum Chooses “High Thinking, not Money Making,” and Wins Success Without Riches.
      • DIFFERENT WAYS OF BEING SUCCESSFUL.
      • A WORTHY AIM IN LIFE.
      • JAY GOULD WAS HIS CHUM.
      • HE BEGAN WRITING AT SIXTEEN.
      • WHAT NATURE STUDY REALLY MEANS.
      • WHY HE IS RICH WITHOUT MONEY.
    • DIFFERENT WAYS OF BEING SUCCESSFUL.
    • A WORTHY AIM IN LIFE.
    • JAY GOULD WAS HIS CHUM.
    • HE BEGAN WRITING AT SIXTEEN.
    • WHAT NATURE STUDY REALLY MEANS.
    • WHY HE IS RICH WITHOUT MONEY.
    • XLII A Millionaire’s Daughter Makes Inherited Wealth a Blessing to Thousands.
      • A FACE FULL OF CHARACTER.
      • HER AMBITIONS AND AIMS.
      • A MOST CHARMING CHARITY.
      • UNHERALDED BENEFACTIONS.
      • HER MEANS OF EDUCATION.
      • THE EVIL OF IDLENESS.
    • A FACE FULL OF CHARACTER.
    • HER AMBITIONS AND AIMS.
    • A MOST CHARMING CHARITY.
    • UNHERALDED BENEFACTIONS.
    • HER MEANS OF EDUCATION.
    • THE EVIL OF IDLENESS.
    • XLIII A Self-made Merchant Solves the Problem of Practical Philanthropy
      • PRACTICAL BENEFICENCE NOT MERE CHARITY.
      • HE DOES NOT WOUND THEIR SELF-RESPECT.
      • HE IS A KEEN, ENERGETIC MANAGER.
      • ONWARD, EVER; UPWARD, ALWAYS.
    • PRACTICAL BENEFICENCE NOT MERE CHARITY.
    • HE DOES NOT WOUND THEIR SELF-RESPECT.
    • HE IS A KEEN, ENERGETIC MANAGER.
    • ONWARD, EVER; UPWARD, ALWAYS.
    • XLIV A Varied Career Develops the Resourceful Head of a Great Institutional Church and College.
      • HE ENLISTED AT EIGHTEEN.
      • HOUSEKEEPING IN TWO SMALL ROOMS.
      • HOW HE ENTERED THE MINISTRY.
      • HE IS ALWAYS STUDYING SOMETHING.
    • HE ENLISTED AT EIGHTEEN.
    • HOUSEKEEPING IN TWO SMALL ROOMS.
    • HOW HE ENTERED THE MINISTRY.
    • HE IS ALWAYS STUDYING SOMETHING.
    • XLV An Inspiring Personality Wins a Noted Preacher Fame.
      • CAN A PREACHER BE A POWER?
      • MEN WHO INFLUENCED HIM.
      • HE DID NOT PRETEND TO PIETY.
      • ARE THE DICE OF LIFE LOADED?
      • A MINISTER’S TRUE IDEAL.
      • HIS WORK IN CHICAGO.
      • HOW TO MEET GREAT EMERGENCIES.
    • CAN A PREACHER BE A POWER?
    • MEN WHO INFLUENCED HIM.
    • HE DID NOT PRETEND TO PIETY.
    • ARE THE DICE OF LIFE LOADED?
    • A MINISTER’S TRUE IDEAL.
    • HIS WORK IN CHICAGO.
    • HOW TO MEET GREAT EMERGENCIES.
    • XLVI From the Forge to the Pulpit, a Life of Devotion and Application.
      • THE LIGHT THAT LED OVER THE SEA.
      • GENIUS IS DEVOTION AND APPLICATION.
    • THE LIGHT THAT LED OVER THE SEA.
    • GENIUS IS DEVOTION AND APPLICATION.
    • XLVII Canada’s Leading Conservative Extols “the Country of the Twentieth Century.”
    • XLVIII An Eminent Scholar Advocates the Union of Canada and the United States.
    • XLIX After Failure as a Grocer, He Becomes the Ablest Administrator Quebec Has Ever Had.
    • L Canada’s Leading Economist Tells Her Sons To Seek Fortune in Her Own Domain.
    • LI A Distinguished Educator has Found Contentment in the Simple Life.
    • LII Beginning as Telegraph Operator He Built the Canadian Pacific.
    • LIII An Immigrant Boy Becomes a National Figure in Reform.
      • LOVED BY HIS EMPLOYEES.
      • BORN IN A HUMBLE HOME.
      • THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITIES.
      • GOOD WILL AND FELLOWSHIP IN BUSINESS.
      • TRYING TO LEARN HOW TO HELP EACH OTHER.
      • YOUNG MEN IN POLITICS.
      • EVILS OF CONCENTRATION.
      • A WRONG CONCEPTION OF SUCCESS.
      • SLAVES OF WEALTH.
    • LOVED BY HIS EMPLOYEES.
    • BORN IN A HUMBLE HOME.
    • THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITIES.
    • GOOD WILL AND FELLOWSHIP IN BUSINESS.
    • TRYING TO LEARN HOW TO HELP EACH OTHER.
    • YOUNG MEN IN POLITICS.
    • EVILS OF CONCENTRATION.
    • A WRONG CONCEPTION OF SUCCESS.
    • SLAVES OF WEALTH.
    • LIV A “Forty-niner” who Seized Opportunities Others Failed to See.
      • A BOY’S CHANCE TO-DAY.
      • INHERITED QUALITIES.
      • LEAVING THE FARM.
      • A MINING VENTURE.
      • HE ENTERS THE GRAIN MARKET.
      • QUALITIES THAT BRING SUCCESS.
      • THE GENESIS OF A GREAT BENEVOLENCE.
      • A BUSINESS KING.
      • FOREARMED AGAINST PANIC.
      • SOME SECRETS OF SUCCESS.
    • A BOY’S CHANCE TO-DAY.
    • INHERITED QUALITIES.
    • LEAVING THE FARM.
    • A MINING VENTURE.
    • HE ENTERS THE GRAIN MARKET.
    • QUALITIES THAT BRING SUCCESS.
    • THE GENESIS OF A GREAT BENEVOLENCE.
    • A BUSINESS KING.
    • FOREARMED AGAINST PANIC.
    • SOME SECRETS OF SUCCESS.
    • LV The Blind Yacht Designer Attributes His Conquests to His Mother’s Early Cares.
      • LET THE WORK SHOW.
      • A MOTHER’S MIGHTY INFLUENCE.
      • PREPARE TO THE UTMOST: THEN DO YOUR BEST.
      • THE MAN IS THE IMPORTANT FACTOR.
      • THE DEVELOPMENT OF ABILITY.
      • HE WOULD NOT BE DISCOURAGED.
    • LET THE WORK SHOW.
    • A MOTHER’S MIGHTY INFLUENCE.
    • PREPARE TO THE UTMOST: THEN DO YOUR BEST.
    • THE MAN IS THE IMPORTANT FACTOR.
    • THE DEVELOPMENT OF ABILITY.
    • HE WOULD NOT BE DISCOURAGED.
    • LVI A Great Vocalist Shows that Only Years of Labor Can Win the Heights of Song.
      • THERE MUST BE NO PLAY, ONLY STUDY AND PRACTICE.
      • “I WAS TRAVELING ON AIR.”
      • HER FIRST EUROPEAN TOUR.
      • “WHY DON’T YOU SING IN GRAND OPERA?”
      • THIS WAS HER CROWNING TRIUMPH.
      • THE KINDNESS OF FRAU WAGNER.
      • THE MUSICAL TALENT OF AMERICAN GIRLS.
    • THERE MUST BE NO PLAY, ONLY STUDY AND PRACTICE.
    • “I WAS TRAVELING ON AIR.”
    • HER FIRST EUROPEAN TOUR.
    • “WHY DON’T YOU SING IN GRAND OPERA?”
    • THIS WAS HER CROWNING TRIUMPH.
    • THE KINDNESS OF FRAU WAGNER.
    • THE MUSICAL TALENT OF AMERICAN GIRLS.
    • BOOK TWO MEN AND WOMEN WHO HAVE ACHIEVED EMINENCE
    • Success Maxims
    • BOOK THREE ENCYCLOPEDIC BIOGRAPHIES, OR THE ROMANCE OF REALITY.
    • Success Maxims
    • STATESMEN.
      • William Boyd Allison.
      • Grover Cleveland.
      • William Pierce Frye.
      • John Hay.
      • George Frisbie Hoar.
      • Henry Cabot Lodge.
      • Richard Olney.
      • Elihu Root.
    • William Boyd Allison.
    • Grover Cleveland.
    • William Pierce Frye.
    • John Hay.
    • George Frisbie Hoar.
    • Henry Cabot Lodge.
    • Richard Olney.
    • Elihu Root.
    • INDUSTRIAL LEADERS.
      • E. G. Acheson.
      • Charles Henry Cramp.
      • Charles Ranlett Flint.
      • Charles Melville Hays.
      • John B. Herreshoff.
      • Lewis Nixon.
      • John H. Patterson.
    • E. G. Acheson.
    • Charles Henry Cramp.
    • Charles Ranlett Flint.
    • Charles Melville Hays.
    • John B. Herreshoff.
    • Lewis Nixon.
    • John H. Patterson.
    • MANUFACTURERS.
      • Hugh Chisholm.
      • Theodore Lowe De Vinne.
      • William Louis Douglas.
      • Charles Eastman.
      • Albert August Pope.
      • C. W. Post.
      • John Wilson Wheeler.
    • Hugh Chisholm.
    • Theodore Lowe De Vinne.
    • William Louis Douglas.
    • Charles Eastman.
    • Albert August Pope.
    • C. W. Post.
    • John Wilson Wheeler.
    • TRANSPORTATION LEADERS.
      • George F. Baer.
      • August Belmont.
      • Alexander Johnston Cassatt.
      • George Henry Daniels.
      • George Jay Gould.
      • Clement Acton Griscom.
      • James J. Hill.
      • Melville Ezra Ingalls.
    • George F. Baer.
    • August Belmont.
    • Alexander Johnston Cassatt.
    • George Henry Daniels.
    • George Jay Gould.
    • Clement Acton Griscom.
    • James J. Hill.
    • Melville Ezra Ingalls.
    • INVENTORS.
      • Alexander Graham Bell.
      • Charles Francis Brush.
      • Santos Dumont.
      • Peter Cooper Hewitt.
      • John P. Holland.
      • William Marconi.
      • George Westinghouse.
    • Alexander Graham Bell.
    • Charles Francis Brush.
    • Santos Dumont.
    • Peter Cooper Hewitt.
    • John P. Holland.
    • William Marconi.
    • George Westinghouse.
    • MERCHANTS.
      • Edward Cooper.
      • Robert Curtis Ogden.
      • Henry Siegel.
      • Frank W. Woolworth.
    • Edward Cooper.
    • Robert Curtis Ogden.
    • Henry Siegel.
    • Frank W. Woolworth.
    • FINANCIERS.
      • William Waldorf Astor.
      • Henry Clews.
      • Mrs. Hetty Green.
      • John Pierpont Morgan.
      • John Davison Rockefeller.
      • Charles Tyson Yerkes.
    • William Waldorf Astor.
    • Henry Clews.
    • Mrs. Hetty Green.
    • John Pierpont Morgan.
    • John Davison Rockefeller.
    • Charles Tyson Yerkes.
    • POLITICAL LEADERS.
      • Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich.
      • William Jennings Bryan.
      • Arthur Pue Gorman.
      • Marcus Alonzo Hanna.
      • Carter Henry Harrison, Jr.
      • Joseph Wingate Folk.
    • Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich.
    • William Jennings Bryan.
    • Arthur Pue Gorman.
    • Marcus Alonzo Hanna.
    • Carter Henry Harrison, Jr.
    • Joseph Wingate Folk.
    • LAWYERS AND JURISTS.
      • Frank Swett Black.
      • Frederick René Coudert.
      • James Brooks Dill.
      • Melville Weston Fuller.
      • John William Griggs.
      • Oliver Wendell Holmes.
      • William Travers Jerome.
      • Joseph McKenna.
      • Alton Brooks Parker.
    • Frank Swett Black.
    • Frederick René Coudert.
    • James Brooks Dill.
    • Melville Weston Fuller.
    • John William Griggs.
    • Oliver Wendell Holmes.
    • William Travers Jerome.
    • Joseph McKenna.
    • Alton Brooks Parker.
    • SOLDIERS AND SAILORS.
      • Adna Romanza Chaffee.
      • George Dewey.
      • Robley Dunglison Evans.
      • Fred Funston.
      • Richmond Pearson Hobson.
      • Winfield Scott Schley.
      • William Rufus Shafter.
      • Joseph Wheeler.
    • Adna Romanza Chaffee.
    • George Dewey.
    • Robley Dunglison Evans.
    • Fred Funston.
    • Richmond Pearson Hobson.
    • Winfield Scott Schley.
    • William Rufus Shafter.
    • Joseph Wheeler.
    • EXPLORERS.
      • Evelyn Briggs Baldwin.
      • Frederick Albert Cook.
      • Sven Anders Hedin.
      • E. Burton Holmes.
      • A. H. Savage Landor.
      • Fridtjof Nansen.
      • Robert Edwin Peary.
      • Henry Morton Stanley.
      • Walter Wellman.
    • Evelyn Briggs Baldwin.
    • Frederick Albert Cook.
    • Sven Anders Hedin.
    • E. Burton Holmes.
    • A. H. Savage Landor.
    • Fridtjof Nansen.
    • Robert Edwin Peary.
    • Henry Morton Stanley.
    • Walter Wellman.
    • EDUCATORS.
      • Elisha Benjamin Andrews.
      • Nicholas Murray Butler.
      • Charles William Eliot.
      • William Herbert Perry Faunce.
      • Arthur Twining Hadley.
      • William Torrey Harris.
      • Henry Mitchell McCracken.
      • Woodrow Wilson.
    • Elisha Benjamin Andrews.
    • Nicholas Murray Butler.
    • Charles William Eliot.
    • William Herbert Perry Faunce.
    • Arthur Twining Hadley.
    • William Torrey Harris.
    • Henry Mitchell McCracken.
    • Woodrow Wilson.
    • EDITORS.
      • Henry Mills Alden.
      • Edward William Bok.
      • James Monroe Buckley.
      • Richard Watson Gilder.
      • George Burton McClellan Harvey.
      • George Howard Lorimer.
      • Whitelaw Reid.
      • Albert Shaw.
      • Henry Watterson.
    • Henry Mills Alden.
    • Edward William Bok.
    • James Monroe Buckley.
    • Richard Watson Gilder.
    • George Burton McClellan Harvey.
    • George Howard Lorimer.
    • Whitelaw Reid.
    • Albert Shaw.
    • Henry Watterson.
    • PUBLISHERS.
      • Frank Nelson Doubleday.
      • Isaac Kauffman Funk.
      • William Randolph Hearst.
      • Edward Everett Higgins.
      • Louis Klopsch.
      • Samuel Sidney McClure.
      • Frank Andrew Munsey.
      • Joseph Pulitzer.
      • John Brisben Walker.
    • Frank Nelson Doubleday.
    • Isaac Kauffman Funk.
    • William Randolph Hearst.
    • Edward Everett Higgins.
    • Louis Klopsch.
    • Samuel Sidney McClure.
    • Frank Andrew Munsey.
    • Joseph Pulitzer.
    • John Brisben Walker.
    • ORATORS.
      • Albert J. Beveridge.
      • Champ Clark.
      • William Bourke Cockran.
      • John Warwick Daniels.
      • Carl Schurz.
    • Albert J. Beveridge.
    • Champ Clark.
    • William Bourke Cockran.
    • John Warwick Daniels.
    • Carl Schurz.
    • MUSICIANS.
      • Walter Johannes Damrosch.
      • Henry Lewis Reginald De Koven.
      • Maurice Grau.
      • Victor Herbert.
      • Leonora Jackson.
      • Franz Kneisel.
      • Maud Powell.
      • Theodore Thomas.
    • Walter Johannes Damrosch.
    • Henry Lewis Reginald De Koven.
    • Maurice Grau.
    • Victor Herbert.
    • Leonora Jackson.
    • Franz Kneisel.
    • Maud Powell.
    • Theodore Thomas.
    • SINGERS.
      • David Scull Bispham.
      • Emma Calvé.
      • Zelie de Lussan.
      • Edouard de Reszke.
      • Jean de Reszke.
      • Emma Eames.
      • Lillian Nordica.
      • Adelina Patti.
      • Marcella Stengel Sembrich.
    • David Scull Bispham.
    • Emma Calvé.
    • Zelie de Lussan.
    • Edouard de Reszke.
    • Jean de Reszke.
    • Emma Eames.
    • Lillian Nordica.
    • Adelina Patti.
    • Marcella Stengel Sembrich.
    • ACTORS.
      • William H. Crane.
      • John Drew.
      • William Hooker Gillette.
      • Nathaniel C. Goodwin.
      • James Keteltas Hackett.
      • Sir Henry Brodribb Irving.
      • Joseph Jefferson.
      • Edward H. Sothern.
    • William H. Crane.
    • John Drew.
    • William Hooker Gillette.
    • Nathaniel C. Goodwin.
    • James Keteltas Hackett.
    • Sir Henry Brodribb Irving.
    • Joseph Jefferson.
    • Edward H. Sothern.
    • ACTRESSES.
      • Maude Adams.
      • Viola Allen.
      • Ethel Barrymore.
      • Mrs. Leslie Carter.
      • Eleanora Duse.
      • May Irwin.
      • Virginia Harned.
      • Mrs. Lillie Langtry.
      • Julia Marlowe.
    • Maude Adams.
    • Viola Allen.
    • Ethel Barrymore.
    • Mrs. Leslie Carter.
    • Eleanora Duse.
    • May Irwin.
    • Virginia Harned.
    • Mrs. Lillie Langtry.
    • Julia Marlowe.
    • ORGANIZERS AND LECTURERS.
      • Cynthia May Westover Alden.
      • Clara Barton.
      • Francis Edward Clark.
      • Mary Lowe Dickinson.
      • Thomas Dixon, Jr.
      • Herbert Hungerford.
      • John Mitchell.
      • Ernest Thompson-Seton.
    • Cynthia May Westover Alden.
    • Clara Barton.
    • Francis Edward Clark.
    • Mary Lowe Dickinson.
    • Thomas Dixon, Jr.
    • Herbert Hungerford.
    • John Mitchell.
    • Ernest Thompson-Seton.
    • CANADIANS.
      • Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
      • Lord Strathcona.
    • Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
    • Lord Strathcona.
    • ILLUSTRATORS.
      • William de Leftwich Dodge.
      • Charles Mente.
      • Thure de Thulstrup.
    • William de Leftwich Dodge.
    • Charles Mente.
    • Thure de Thulstrup.
    • CARTOONISTS.
      • T. S. Allen.
      • Charles G. Bush.
      • Louis Dalrymple.
      • Sydney B. Griffin.
      • R. F. Outcault.
      • Carl E. Schultze.
      • Eugene Zimmerman.
    • T. S. Allen.
    • Charles G. Bush.
    • Louis Dalrymple.
    • Sydney B. Griffin.
    • R. F. Outcault.
    • Carl E. Schultze.
    • Eugene Zimmerman.
    • HUMORISTS.
      • George Ade.
      • John Kendrick Bangs.
      • Samuel Langhorn Clemens.
      • Finley Peter Dunne.
      • Simeon Ford.
      • Elizabeth Meriwether Gilmer.
      • George V. Hobart.
      • Melvin De Lancy Landon.
    • George Ade.
    • John Kendrick Bangs.
    • Samuel Langhorn Clemens.
    • Finley Peter Dunne.
    • Simeon Ford.
    • Elizabeth Meriwether Gilmer.
    • George V. Hobart.
    • Melvin De Lancy Landon.
    • JOURNALISTS AND WRITERS.
      • Stephen Bonsal.
      • Richard Harding Davis.
      • Hamlin Garland.
      • David G. Phillips.
      • Charles George Douglas Roberts.
      • William Thomas Stead.
      • Vance Thompson.
      • Stewart Edward White.
      • Owen Wister.
    • Stephen Bonsal.
    • Richard Harding Davis.
    • Hamlin Garland.
    • David G. Phillips.
    • Charles George Douglas Roberts.
    • William Thomas Stead.
    • Vance Thompson.
    • Stewart Edward White.
    • Owen Wister.
    • POETS.
      • Thomas Bailey Aldrich.
      • Bliss Carman.
      • Richard Le Gallienne.
      • Robert Mackay.
      • Cincinnatus Heine Miller.
      • Henry Van Dyke.
    • Thomas Bailey Aldrich.
    • Bliss Carman.
    • Richard Le Gallienne.
    • Robert Mackay.
    • Cincinnatus Heine Miller.
    • Henry Van Dyke.
    • CANADIANS.
      • Dr. William Osler.
      • Sir George A. Drummond.
    • Dr. William Osler.
    • Sir George A. Drummond.
    • AUTHORS.
      • James Lane Allen.
      • George Washington Cable.
      • Winston Churchill.
      • Francis Marion Crawford.
      • Rudyard Kipling.
      • Thomas Nelson Page.
      • Charles Major.
    • James Lane Allen.
    • George Washington Cable.
    • Winston Churchill.
    • Francis Marion Crawford.
    • Rudyard Kipling.
    • Thomas Nelson Page.
    • Charles Major.
    • NOVELISTS.
      • Gertrude Franklin Atherton.
      • Amelia Edith Barr.
      • Frances Hodgson Burnett.
      • Pearl Mary Theresa Craigie.
      • Mary Eleanor Wilkins-Freeman.
      • Anna Katherine Greene.
      • Sarah Orne Jewett.
      • Constance Cary Harrison.
      • Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward.
    • Gertrude Franklin Atherton.
    • Amelia Edith Barr.
    • Frances Hodgson Burnett.
    • Pearl Mary Theresa Craigie.
    • Mary Eleanor Wilkins-Freeman.
    • Anna Katherine Greene.
    • Sarah Orne Jewett.
    • Constance Cary Harrison.
    • Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward.
    • REFORMERS.
      • George Thorndike Angell.
      • Susan Brownell Anthony.
      • Frederick St. George de Lautour Booth-Tucker.
      • Anthony Comstock.
      • Wilbur Fiske Crafts.
      • Elbridge Thomas Gerry.
      • William Reuben George.
      • Charles Henry Parkhurst.
      • Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
    • George Thorndike Angell.
    • Susan Brownell Anthony.
    • Frederick St. George de Lautour Booth-Tucker.
    • Anthony Comstock.
    • Wilbur Fiske Crafts.
    • Elbridge Thomas Gerry.
    • William Reuben George.
    • Charles Henry Parkhurst.
    • Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
    • PHILANTHROPISTS.
      • Mrs. Phoebe Appersin Hearst.
      • Daniel Kimball Pearsons.
      • Mrs. Henry Codman Potter.
      • Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt.
      • Mrs. Russell Sage.
      • Mrs. Leland Stanford.
      • Anson Phelps Stokes, Sr.
    • Mrs. Phoebe Appersin Hearst.
    • Daniel Kimball Pearsons.
    • Mrs. Henry Codman Potter.
    • Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt.
    • Mrs. Russell Sage.
    • Mrs. Leland Stanford.
    • Anson Phelps Stokes, Sr.
    • DIVINES.
      • Lyman Abbott.
      • Theodore Ledyard Cuyler.
      • Edward Everett Hale.
      • Benjamin Fay Mills.
      • Henry Codman Potter.
      • William Taylor.
      • John Heyl Vincent.
    • Lyman Abbott.
    • Theodore Ledyard Cuyler.
    • Edward Everett Hale.
    • Benjamin Fay Mills.
    • Henry Codman Potter.
    • William Taylor.
    • John Heyl Vincent.
    • CANADIANS.
      • William Peterson.
      • George A. Cox.
      • Timothy Eaton.
      • Sir Thomas G. Shaughnessy.
      • William S. Fielding.
      • Charles Fitzpatrick.
      • George William Ross.
      • Lord Mount Stephen.
    • William Peterson.
    • George A. Cox.
    • Timothy Eaton.
    • Sir Thomas G. Shaughnessy.
    • William S. Fielding.
    • Charles Fitzpatrick.
    • George William Ross.
    • Lord Mount Stephen.
    • BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX.[A]
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • TOPICAL INDEX.
      • Introductory Note.
    • Introductory Note.
    • TOPICAL INDEX.[B]
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