||Out of the dark: Anne Mansfield Sullivan, by Helen Keller.--Unwasted years: James Mill, by J. S. Mill.--Progressive educator: Lizzie Moore, by J. W. Crabtree.--Taskmaster: Moses Woolson, by L. H. Sullivan.--Sanderson of Oundle: Frederick William Sanderson, by X and Y and H. G. Wells.--Socratic Yankee: Mark Hopkins, by L. W. Spring.--Garman of Amherst: Charles Edward Garman, by W. A. Dyer.--Quaker scholar: Francis Barton Gummere, by Christopher Morley.--Princeton schoolmaster: Woodrow Wilson, by A. P. Dennis.--A prince among paupers: Simon Nelson Patten, by Scott Nearing.--"Poppy" Burr: George Lincoln Burr, by R. H. Bainton.--Columbia galaxy: John Dewey and others, by Irwin Edman.--"I become Agassiz's pupil": Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz, by N. S. Shaler.
|General note||Beloved psychologist: William James, by D. S. Miller.--Wisconsin historian: Frederick Jackson Turner, by C. L. Becker.--"Kitty": George Lyman Kittredge, by S. P. sherman.--Interpreter of dreams: Sigmund Freud, by Hanns Sachs.--"Father" Franck: César Franck, by Vincent D'Indy.--A typical lesson: Theodor Leschetizky, by Ethel Newcomb.--Old master: Auguste Rodin, by Malvina C. Hoffman.--Word painter: Robert Henri, by Helen A. Read and Margery Ryerson.--Emerson the lecturer: Ralph Waldo Emerson, by J. R. Lowell.|