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Harvard Address
Poetry in a Machine Age 3
New York Herald Tribune
Leopold Auer9
Broun "Crashes" City Flophouse to Study Jobless12
Harvard's Muse for Writing16
Dreiser Brings Pessimism Back From U.S. Tour24
Last Manhattan Farm Soon Will Give Up Struggle30
Where Sheep and Cattle Meet33
Skipper Defies Rescue from Sinking Home36
Hotel Sleepers Aid Science by Counting Sheep38
Dean of American Medicine40
Short Stories
I Felt the Beacons51
American Painting
Directions in the Study of American Painting71
Spiritual Values Reflected in Early American Art88
A Speech Given on the Occasion of the Exhibition of Colonial and Federal Portraits at Bowdoin College102
Introduction to William Dunlap's History of the Rise and Progress of the Arts of Design in the United States109
Painting and Sculpture, 1820-1865119
The Yankee Inventor Painters125
Asher B. Durand: An Engraver's and a Farmer's Art134
Thomas Cole's The Oxbow: The Romance and Harmony of the American Landscape145
Art in Your Attic148
Which Comes First: The Head or the Body?154


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