ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

IN A WORK of this kind the author becomes indebted to many persons, both living and dead. This book has been made possible only through the cooperation of numerous authorities in the fields covered. The author expresses his genuine gratitude to the following societies, teachers, artists, publishers, authors and editors for their generous courtesies, assistance and efforts extended:

American Council of Learned Societies; C. Anastasoff, Journalist; B. W. Anderson, Director, Precious Stone Laboratory, London, Diamond, Pearl and Precious Stone Section, Lecturer in Gemmology, and Author of GEM TESTING (published by Emerson Books, Inc., New York, 1948); Archaeological Institute of America; Richard F. Bach, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Betty Beatty, London (classical architecture); Thomas J. Bigham, Jr., Fellow and Tutor of the General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church, New York; Charles L. Black, Jr., Columbia University; Ben Zion Bokser, Jewish Theological Seminary (ecclesiastical arts); Paul E. Boucher, Colorado College, Author of FUNDAMENTALS OF PHOTOGRAPHY (copyright 1940, 1947 by D. Van Nostrand Co., Inc., New York); Charles S. Braden, Jr., Chairman of Department of History and Literature of Religions, Northwestern University; Luka Brajinovic, Journalist, Rome; Quirinus Breen , University of Oregon; Lyman J. Briggs, Director, National Bureau of Standards; Nicholas Britsky , University of Illinois; Edgar Hall Broadhead, Organist and Instructor in Music, Duke University; Gertrude G. Bunzel, Carnegie Institute of Technology; Joseph H. Bunzel, Fisk University; Bureau of American Ethnology, Smithsonian Institution; Van H. Cartmell, Author, THE AMATEUR THEATER HANDBOOK (published by Blue Ribbon Books, 1945, copyright 1936 by Van H. Cartmell); Shirley Jackson Case , Dean, Florida School of Religion; CENTURY DICTIONARY AND CYCLOPEDIA (copyright by The Century Co., 1889, 1895); Barrett H. Clark (literature and drama); Joseph B. Code, Director, Inter-American Institute, Kansas City, Missouri; Samuel S. Cohon, Professor of Theology, Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati; Simon Conrad, Capuchin College; Kenneth H. Cousland, Professor of Church History, Victory University, Toronto; Gerald R. Cragg, Professor of Systematic Theology and Lecturer in Christian Ethics, United Theological College, Montreal; Clarence Tucker Craig , Professor of Ecclesiastical Language and Literature, Oberlin College; George W. Creswell, Chief of Publications Distribution Section, United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines; Tom Peete Cross, Professor of Comparative Literature, University of Chicago; Edward A. Cykler, University of Oregon; L. Harold De Wolf, Professor of Philosophy, Boston University; Charles M. Diserens, University of Cincinnati; Francis Domanski, Poslaniec Serca Jezusa; E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company (substitute and synthetic art materials); Walter Dushnyck, Editorial Staff, AMERICA; Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York (materials in photography); Burton Scott Easton, Professor of Literature Interpretation, General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church, New York; Albert H. Fay , Author, A GLOSSARY OF THE MINING AND MINERAL INDUSTRY (published by U. S. Government Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines); Vergilius Ferm, Compton Professor and Chairman of the Department of Philosophy, College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio; Louis Finkelstein, Professor of Theology, Jewish Theological Seminary of New York; James Ford , Director, Better Homes in America; Robert Worth Frank, Professor of Philosophy of Religion and Ethics, Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Chicago; Samuel Maclean Gilmour, Professor of New Testament Literature and Exegesis, Queen's Theological College, Kingston, Ontario; John Gloag, London (classical architecture); Nelson Glueck, Professor of Biblical Archaeology, Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati; Edgar J. Goodspeed, Professor Emeritus of Biblical and Patristic Greek, University of Chicago; Mrs. Priwa B. Gross (Slavonic arts and crafts); Edward Rochie Hardy, Jr., Instructor, Department of Hebrew and Ecclesiastical History, General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church, New York; Philip Lawrence Harriman, Bucknell University (psychology in the arts); Robert B. Harshe, Director, Art Institute of Chicago; Charles Hartshorne, Department of Philosophy, University of Chicago; A. Eustace Haydon, Chair-

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  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction v
  • Acknowledgments ix
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  • E 236
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