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    The Bostonian [v1 #2, November 1894] ed. Arthur Wellington Brayley (Boston: Bostonian Publishing Co., 25¢ (paper covers)/35¢ (bound in cloth), 112pp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 113 · The Oldest Theatre Now in Boston · Oliver B. Stebbins · ar
    • 131 · The Story of a Face · Agnes J. Carr · ss
    • 138 · The Power of Sympathy [Part 2 of ?] · William Hill Brown ,[?] · sl 1789 [Ref. Mrs. Perez Morton]; given as by Mrs. Perez Morton, but modern records note: “Fictional account of Frances Theodora Apthorp, sister of Sarah Wentworth Morton, to whom the work has often been attributed. William Hill Brown is generally accepted as the author.”
    • 150 · The Development of the Shoe and Leather Trade in Massachusetts [Part 2 of ?] · Arthur Wellington Brayley · ar
    • 173 · Prominent Men in the Shoe and Leather Trade · [uncredited] · bg
    • 189 · Early Instrumental Music in Boston · Geo. Brayley · ar
    • 197 · Witchcraft in New England · Gertrude Savage · ar
    • 206 · Authors and Books · [uncredited] · br
    • 209 · Players and Plays · Walter Littlefield · cl
    • 213 · With the Publisher · [uncredited] · ed





    The Bostonian [v1 #6, March 1895] ed. Arthur Wellington Brayley (Boston: Bostonian Publishing Co., 15¢ (paper covers)/25¢ (bound in cloth), 124pp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 579 · “Cinderella,” in Aid of the Floating Hospital · Mabel C. Pelletier · ar
    • 596 · The Genesis and History of King’s Chapel and of Christ Church · Elizabeth G. Melcher · ar
    • 611 · The Necessity of Armories · Alexander G. Marshall · ar; to keep foreign-born citizens from threatening “us”.
    • 615 · The Power of Sympathy [Part 6 of ?] · William Hill Brown ,[?] · sl
    • 622 · The Introduction of the Study of Music Into the Public Schools of Boston and of America · James C. Johnson · ar
    • 633 · Boston Public Library: Closing of Old Bates Hall and Opening of the New · Arthur W. Brayley · ar
    • 641 · Mob or Maryrs? Crispus Attucks and the Boston Massacre · Franklin J. Moses · ar; the mob of “negroes, white servants, Irishmen and idle apprentices” were asking for trouble.
    • 651 · Progress of the Leather and Shoe Industry in Massachusetts During the Past 274 Years [Part 6 of ?] · Arthur Wellington Brayley · ar
    • 657 · Prominent Men in the Shoe and Leather Trade · A. W. Spencer · bg
    • 662 · The First Epoch of Art in Boston: Progress of the Massachusetts Normal School · Katherine Helen Parker · ar
    • 671 · The Mohegans: An Historical Sketch of This Famous Tribe [Part 3 of 3] · Henry A. Baker · ar
    • 682 · Historical Parallel Column: Notes and Comments on the Past and Present · [uncredited] · ms
    • 689 · Players and Plays · William T. Srong · cl
    • 696 · Authors and Books · [uncredited] · br











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