that might otherwise be lost; and to preserve them in a worthy and attractive form.
That a good degree of success has been attained is evident.
The first four volumes bear the imprint of Rockwell & Churchill, Boston; the others show the excellent and careful work of our townsman, J. C. Miller, Jr.
The preparation of the illustrations has been mainly the work of Mr. Eddy; though thanks for the use of cuts are due in a few cases to others.
During ten years, Messrs. C. H. Loomis, Walter H. Cushing, Will C. Eddy and Miss Helen T. Wild were successively editors.
By their able work, a reputable position among kindred publications has been reached.
Mr. David H. Brown succeeded Miss Wild, and the issue of January, 1908, was edited by him. After his death Mr. Moses W. Mann was chosen as his successor.
With the work of nearly two years before our patrons, the present incumbent bespeaks co-operation in the line of increased circulation and contribution of short articles relative to