ple, Mrs. Macdonald has written Kathleen in Ireland, Manuel in Mexico, Rafael in Italy, and Une San in Japan.
Mrs. Dalrymple is the author of two delightful books for children, Make-believe Boys and Little Me Too.
Mabel Priest Rust is joint compiler of Song Echoes from Child Land, for use in the kindergarten.
Freeman Clarke Coffin, engineer, wrote a scientific work, Graphical Solution of Hydraulic Problems, but his real words lie deep in the hearts of his workmen and friends.
George T. Sampson has a pamphlet on Railroad Organization.
John C. Rand compiled a book of short biographies of prominent men called One of a Thousand.
Edward Baxter Perry, the blind pianist, has written a book for music lovers and teachers entitled Descriptive Analyses of Piano Works, aesthetic as opposed to structural analysis of the music of Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Saint-Saens and others.
Stories of Standard Teaching Pieces is another of his books.
Miss Emily Hallowell has made musicians