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Let us reason together for a moment.
A little philosophy now and then does not come amiss.

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Limited Edition

New and Important Publication

Year Book of the Art Societies

of New York, 1898-1899

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Edited by BARR FERREE
HIS new and important publication presents a record of

the work of the art societies of New York for the Society year, 1898-1899. It contains reports of meetings, summaries of reports of important committees, reviews of exhibitions, notable papers, and discussions of public moment, together with a membership list and an official roster.

It makes public for the first time the many important discussions at the chief meetings of the art societies during the past year; it summarizes the exhibitions in a readable form ; and it gives, in permanent shape, a full record of all the more notable undertakings of the art societies of New York.

Contributors

Among the contributors to this volume are John Q. A. WARD, GEORGE
B. Post, DANIEL HUNTINGTON, REV. MERIE ST. CROIX WRIGHT,
FREDERIC DIELMAN, P. N. A., Prof. A. D. F. HAMLIN, FREDERIC S.
LAMB, BARR FERREE, Hon. JOHN DE WITT WARNER, JULIUS F. HARDER,
EDWIN HOWLAND BLASHFIELD, THOMAS TRYON, EDWARD HAMILTON
BELI, DOUGLAS VOLK, CHARLES ROLLINSON LAMB, W. E. STONE, Prof.
JOHN F. WEIR, CLARENCE GORDON, Rev THOMAS R. SLICER, JOSEPH
LAUBER, J. CARROLL, BECKWITH, H. K. BUSH-BROWN, CHARLES H.
ISRAELS, MITON SEE, EDWARD P. NORTH, ALFRED H. THORPE, BRUCE
PRICE, Hon. WILLIAM J. COOMBS, Hon. CHARLES DE KAY, JOHN LA
FARGE, BROOKS ADAMS

Societies Represented

THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF DESIGN; THE SOCIETY OF AMERICAN
ARTISTS; THE ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE OF NEW YORK; THE AMERICA.V
FINE ARTS SOCIETY; THE MUNICIPAL ARTS SOCIETY: NATIONAL SCULP-
TURE SOCIETY: THE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF MURAL PAINTERS ; FINE
ARTS FEDERATION: BROOKLYN CHAPTER A. 1. A.

176 Pages

16 Illustrations

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