Later Years of the Saturday Club, 1870-1920

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations ix
  • Introduction xiii
  • Charles William Eliot 1834-1976 3
  • 1871 15
  • Charles Callahan Perkins - 1823-1886 17
  • 1873 21
  • Francis Parkman - 1823-1893 23
  • RICHARD HENRY DANA, SR. - 1787-1879 *
  • Wolcott Gibbs - 1822-1908 43
  • Horace Gray - 1828-1902 49
  • Edward Newton Perkins - 1820-1899 54
  • 1874 57
  • Asa Gray - 1810-1888 59
  • William Dean Howells - 1837-1920 69
  • 1875 79
  • Edmund Quincy - 1808-1877 81
  • Edwin Lawrence Godkin - 1831-1902 87
  • 1877 97
  • William Barton Rogers - 1804-1882 99
  • William Amory - 1804-1888 103
  • James Freeman Clarke - 1810-1888 107
  • Phillips Brooks - 1835-1893 117
  • William Wetmore Story - 1819-1895 123
  • George Frisbie Hoar - 1826-1904 135
  • 1880 141
  • John Lowell - 1825-1897 143
  • 1881 147
  • Theodore Lyman - 1833-1897 149
  • William James - 1842-1910 154
  • 1882 163
  • Francis Amasa Walker 1840-1897 165
  • CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS - 1835-1915 *
  • 1883 181
  • Frederick Law Olmsted - 1822-1903 183
  • Raphael Pumpelly - 1837-1923 188
  • Henry Hobson Richardson - 1838-1886 193
  • 1885 205
  • William Crowninshield Endicott 1826-1900 207
  • 1887 221
  • John Chipman Gray 1839-1915 223
  • Edward Charles Pickering - 1846-1919 228
  • 1888 233
  • Thomas Bailey Aldrich - 1836-1907 235
  • 1891 241
  • WALBRIDGE ABNER FIELD - 1833-1899 *
  • 1893 247
  • Henry Lee Higginson - 1834-1919 249
  • Edward William Hooper - 1839-1901 256
  • 1894 263
  • William Sturgis Bigelow - 1850-1926 265
  • 1896 271
  • John Fiske - 1842-1901 273
  • Samuel Hoar 1845-1904 279
  • Charles Sprague Sargent - 1841-1927 286
  • Joseph Bangs Warner - 1848-1923 295
  • 1898 301
  • Charles Russell Codman - 1829-1918 303
  • James Mason Crafts - 1839-1917 308
  • William Gilson Farlow - 1844-1919 314
  • Roger Wolcott - 1847-1900 317
  • 1900 323
  • William Thomas Sampson - 1840-1902 325
  • Francis Cabot Lowell 1855-1911 330
  • 1904 335
  • Samuel Walker Mccall - 1851-1923 346
  • Henry Pickering Bowditch - 1840-1911 356
  • 1906 359
  • William Everett - 1839-1910 361
  • 1909 367
  • Robert Swain Peabody - 1845-1917 369
  • 1910 375
  • Richard Cockburn Maclaurin - 1870-1920 377
  • 1911 383
  • Henry James - 1843-1916 385
  • 1912 391
  • William Roscoe Thayer - 1859-1923 393
  • Gardiner Martin Lane - 1859-1914 399
  • 1920 405
  • John Singer Sargent - 1856-1925 407
  • Index 415
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