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as a revelation to many who had not
known before the actual conditions
of living among the poor in our great
cities. Mr. Riis is the author of
other important works: “The Child
ren of the Poor,” “Out of Mulberry
Street, ’ ’ ‘ ‘The Battle with the Slums, ’ ’
“The Making of an American.”
Mr. Riis will appear in the Audi
torium on the evening of Nov. 3rd
and give his lecture ‘ ‘The Battle with
the Slums,” illustrated with the lan
Prof. Pattee’s Book,
The American Historical Rewiew
for July contains this notice of Pro
fessor Pattee’s second volume of
‘ ‘The second volume of The Poems
of Philip Frenau, Poet of the American
Revolution, has been issued with the
imprint of the Princeton University
Library (Princeton, 1903, pp. x,
407.) The material is in some ways
more deserving of a notice in a his
torical periodical than in a literary
journal; nearly the whole volume is
taken up with poems of an occa
sional character, embodying in
rhyme or in studied periods, the
thought and passion of the time.
For the student of the Revolution,
therefore, the book is of importance,
and American scholars should be
grateful to Mr. Pattee for the care
with which these pieces have been
The Historical Review for October
contains the first instalment of the
‘ ‘President Pierce Papers’ ’ 1852-1862
edited and contributed to the Re
view by P. 0. Ray.
President Leitzell of the Co-op
erative Association announces that
co-operative tickets will be on sale at
the Book Room on and after Nov.
Ist. All who wish to become mem
bers of the Association and be en
titled to the benefits thereof, may do
so at that time. The student offi
cers of the Association will be elect
ed at the end of this year.
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