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Author: 
Ruth Canedy Cross
Volume: 
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1995
Copyright: 
1995
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Cambridge Historical Society
 

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Aalto, Alvar (1898-1961; Finnish architect), 42:62
Abattoir, see Business and industry (slaughter houses)
Abbot, see also Abbott
Abbot, Miss Anne (founder of boys' club; lived to be 100), 21:66, 67
Abbot, Anne Theresa, see Morison, Mrs. Robert Swain
Abbot, Mrs. E. (member of charitable organizations, 1860s, 1870s), 9:66; 39:44
Abbot, Edwin H. (builds Follen St. house, 1884), 18:41; 20:101; 33:49
Abbot, Elizabeth (Mrs. Gorham; later Mrs. David Wood), 10:189
Abbot, Elizabeth Warland, see Warland, Elizabeth
Abbot. Emily, see Vaughan, Mrs. Abbot
Abbot, Prof. Ezra (1819-1884; Bible scholar), 21:66: 27:37; 36:65
Abbot, Mrs. Ezra, 21:66
Abbot, Rev. Francis Ellingwood (1836-1903; philosopher), 42:118-19, 122
Abbot, Frank (Harvard 1859), 3:34
Abbot, George Jacob (Harvard 1835; schoolmaster, government official), 5:45; 12:68
     E. E. Hale letter to (1845), 4:92-93
Abbot, Mrs. George Jacob (Ann Taylor Gilman Emery), 12:68; 35:18
Abbot, Gen. Henry L. (1831-1927), 21:66
Abbot, Rev. Jacob (of New Hampshire, early 1800s), 12:68
Abbot, Dr. John (c. 1800), 11:17n1
Abbot, Mrs. John, see Warland, Elizabeth
Abbot, Judge Josiah G. (1850s), 7:12
Abbot, Julia Webster, see Nichols, Mrs. Edgar H.
Abbot, Miss May (Berkeley St. resident, 1930s), 21:67
Abbot, Robert (landowner, 1600s), 8:19
Abbot, Stanley (killed at Gettysburg, 1863), 18:41
Abbot, Wiggin (killed on Wyeth expedition, 1830s), 28:46, 47
Abbot family, 21:65; 25:107
Abbott, see also Abbot
Abbott, Adelaide, see Pottinger, Mrs. William
Abbott, Carrie Frances (1854-1909):  obituary, 10:169
Abbott, Prof. Charles C. (Holden St. resident, 1953-54), 41:38
Abbott, Mrs. Charles C. Whiting), 41:38
Abbott, Daniel (landowner, 1635) (Map 1)
Abbott, Rev. Edward (1841-1908), 20:88
   obituary, 10:169-70
Abbott, Mrs. Edward (Clara Davis, first wife), 10:170
Abbott, Mrs. Edward (Katherine Kelley, second wife), 10:170
Abbott, Edward Apthorp (son of Rev. Edward), 10:170
Abbott, Eleanor Hallowell (b. c. 1870; author),  10:170; 26:122n104
Abbott, Jacob (of Maine, c. 1800), 10:169
Abbott, Mrs. Jacob (Harriet Vaughan), 10:169
Abbott, Rev. Jacob (1803-1879; author of children's books), 22:49
Abbott, Katharine M. (writer, 1901), 39:99n64
Abbott, Rev. Lyman (1835-1922), 17:87; 34:44; 40:145
Abbott, Madeline Vaughan (b. c. 1870), 10:170
Abbott, Mary Eleanor, see Gleason, Mrs. Mary Eleanor Abbott
Abbott, W. C. (1940s), 26:54n54
Abbot[t] (Harvard 1801; friend of T. Fuller, Jr.), 11:35, 43, 48, 49, 52
Abbott, Mr. (reader at Christ Church, 1807), 9:23, 28, 31, 37; 21:103
Abbott, Professor (c. 1810), 9:18, 23, 37
   "Abe the Cobbler," 42:118, 119.  See also Cambridge "characters"
Aberdeen Avenue, 14:63; 39:97; 42:37
Aberthaw (construction) Company, 39:136
Abigail (ship), 33:141
Abingdon, Massachusetts, 39:15
Abolitionism, see Slavery
Abraham, Ferdinand (tobacco merchant, 1880s), 41:111
Acacia Street, 21:111, 112; 31:29, 31, 38; 33:96
Academy of Music (Boston), see Music (schools of)
Academy of Natural Sciences (Philadelphia), 28:38; 43:132; 44:125
Acadian exiles, 10:25n1; 28:89; 33:161
Accidents
   automobile (1915), 11:87; 33:55
   railroad and street railway, 24:32; 39:83
   runaway carriage, 44:131
   sleigh overturns, 18:28
   See also Death
Account books, see Expenses
Ackermann, Barbara (city councillor), 44:98
Acme Apparatus Company, 34:121
Acorn (ship), 37:84
Acton, Massachusetts, 21:39n1
Actors/actresses, see Theatre
Acts of Trade, see Trade and commerce
Acworth, A. W. (British writer, 1949), 33:61n19
AD Club, see Club(s) (at Harvard)
Adams, Abigail Smith, see Adams, Mrs. John
Adams, Abijah (tried for sedition, 1799), 11:40
Adams, Anna, see Hay, Mrs. Richard
Adams, Annie see Fields, Mrs. James T.
Adams, Dr. Benjamin F. D. (of Waltham, 1870s), 20:109
Adams, Brooks (1848-1927; historian), 5:16; 23:34, 41
Adams, Mrs. Brooks (Evelyn ("Daisy"] Davis), 23:34, 39, 41
Adams, Charles Francis (1807-1886; diplomat), 10:137, 145; 23:27, 84; 34:19; 36:27;
               44:178
   as ambassador to England, 26:93n61
   edits works of John Adams, 40:125-30nn13-22 passim, 135
   naming of, 26:92-93
   as vice-presidential candidate, 10:136, 147
Adams, Charles Francis, Jr. (1835-1915; historian ), 3:36
   as presidential candidate, 20:34
   writings of, 5:13-14
      biography of Dana, 10:140, 151, 154, 165; 20:60; 26:93n61, 100n69, 110-15 passim
               119n103; 33:13n17
Adams, Charles Francis [3d] (Harvard Corporation member, early 20th c.), 33:131
Adams, Chary (Mrs. Jonathan Stone; later Mrs. Thomas Wellington; later Mrs. James Lane;
               d. 1764), 8:21, 22, 23
Adams, Prof. Comfort Avery (Farrar St. resident, 1894-1921), 41:37
Adams, Mrs. Comfort Avery (Elizabeth Parsons), 41:37
Adams, Prof. Douglas Payne (d. 1975):  and Fort Washington, 43:141, 143-44, 146
Adams, Miss Emily (teacher, c. 1910), 32:47
Adams, Frances P. (of New Hampshire; buys Lake View Ave. house, 1879), 44:165
Adams, Rev. George M. (historian, 1895), 40:98n6
Adams, Hannah (1755-1831; author), 34:88; 43:124
Adams, Henry (of Braintree, d. 1646), 14:103
Adams, Henry (of Quincy, 1640s; ancestor of presidents), 21:79
Adams, Henry (1838-1918; historian), 14:21; 20:33; 23:68; 33:71n46; 34:8, 44; 44:31
   quoted (on Harvard), 34:56-57
Adams, Mrs. Henry (Marian ["Clover"] Hooper), 35:39
Adams, Henry (son of Charles F., Jr.; 1940s), 26:93n61
Adams, Herbert Baxter (1850-1901; historian), 44:128n5, 130, 135
Adams, Dr. Horatio (of Waltham, mid-1800s), 20:109
Adams, Prof, and Mrs. James Luther (Francis Ave. residents, 1960s), 41:32
Adams, Jeremy (of Hooker's Company, 1636), 10:102; 14:91
Adams, Jerry (landowner, 1635), 22:76 (Map 1)
Adams, John (of Braintree; bap. 1622), 14:103
Adams, John (1735-1826; U.S. president 1796-1800), 3:56, 67, 68n1; 9:41; 16:78; 26:82;
               30:55, 69; 37:52, 57; 40:12, 20n24; 42:108
   as ambassador, 3:59, 76; 4:23; 10:159; 16:14-17, 130; 26:87-88, 89; 38:73; 43; 128
   and Constitution, 43:87
   diary of, 3:57; 30:51-52; 40:128n15
   as lawyer, 3:57; 30:52, 54; 33:70; 40:127, 129, 130
   letters of, 26:81, 90; 33:71
      to Morse (1815), 10:43n2
      about and to Washington (1775, 1776), 3:58; 18:49, 50, 60; 26:84-85; 37:53-54, 55
      to Waterhouse (c. 1825), 16:129-30
      to Willard (1784, 1785), 16:14-17 (and illus.)
   portrait of, 4:31
   as president, 3:57, 61; 13:85; 15:43; 26:83, 92; 33:73
      criticism of, 11:45
   quoted, 18:49; 33:71
      on appeasement, 30:70
      on Church (Benjamin), 30:48
      on Danas (Francis, Richard), 3:58; 26:83, 84-85
      on government and law, 6:70-71; 7:45
      on Sewall (Judge Jonathan), 37:19; 40:125, 126, 127
      on Sons of Liberty and Caucus Club, 3:57; 30:51-52
      on tobacco, 16:130
   and slavery, 10:70n5; 40:131-32
   statue of, 34:89, 90
   on treaty commission board (1784), 5:94
   wife's letters to, see Adams, Mrs. John
Adams, Mrs. John (Abigail Smith), 17:57; 37:53, 55; 40:12; 42:108
   letters of, 5:68n6; 16:5; 18:62-63; 26:90, 93
Adams, John Quincy (1767-1848; U.S. president 1824-28), 3:20, 56; 4:29, 32; 28:65;
               29:46; 33:16; 42:108
   as ambassador, 26:93
   diary of, 26:92-93; 28:22, 23
   as Harvard professor, 4:15; 25:104
   letters of, 15:43; 16:14-15; 34:19
   portrait of, 4:31
   as president, 4:21; 26:88; 28:23; 29:78
   visits Europe and Asia, 4:23; 16:14-15, 16, 17; 21:85; 26:88; 43:128
   Waterhouse letters to, 4:15-17, 21-22; 29:21n24
Adams, Mrs. John Quincy (Louisa Catherine Johnson), 28:23
Adams, Deacon Joseph (committee member, 1785), 17:47
Adams, Martha, see Wellington, Mrs. Joseph, Jr. (first wife)
Adams, Maude (1872-1953; actress), 42:115
Adams, Capt. Nathan (Charlestown house burned; occupies Henry Vassall house, 1777),
               10:54, 58; 13:58, 65; 21:101
Adams, Rev. Nehemiah, Jr. (b. 1806; at Shepard Church 1831-34), 3:80; 42:97n2; 43:121,
               124
Adams, Randolph G. (author, 1937), 26:82n42
Adams, Sally, see Cushman, Mrs. Charles F.
Adams, Samuel (1722-1803; statesman), 1:39; 26:85, 87; 30:49, 62; 37:49, 57; 39:153,
               155
   and Battle of Lexington, 9:75; 13:85
   opposes Constitution, 3:61
   and Revolutionary committees and clubs, 5:22; 13:85; 26:81, 82; 30:51, 52, 54, 56;
               33:69
   as "Vindex," 40:127-28
Adams, Silsbee (of Ipswich, late 1800s), 21:79
Adams, Suzanne (opera singer, 1890s), 33:44
Adams, Theodore P. (Latin teacher 1869-1906; d. aet. 103), 35:104-5
Adams, Thomas (son of William; b. 1631), 21:79
Adams, William (landowner, 1635; d. in Ipswich, 1661)
   descendants of, 5:52
   house built by (94 Brattle St.), 6:19; 21:78-79, 82; 31:37 (see also Vassall houses and
               land  [Henry Vassall])
Adams, Rev. William (Cambridge Book Club, 1839), 28:115
Adams (Harvard 1763; social position of), 10:30n1
Adams, Mr. (troops quartered in house of, 1777), 13:24
Adams (Harvard 1801; friend of T. Fuller, Jr.), 11:36
Adams, Mr. (1842; nephew of John Q.), 28:65
Adams (Boat Club secretary, 1947), 39:140
Adams Academy (Quincy), see School(s)
Adams family, 10:115; 14:80; 26:76
Adams Hotel (Boston), see Taverns, inns, hotels, and boardinghouses
Adams House (Harvard), see Apthorp-Borland house ("Bishop's Palace")
Adams houses (Quincy), 25:66
Adamson, Rhoda Rindge, see Rindge, Rhoda
Addison, Thayer (at Episcopal Seminary, c. 1900), 36:17, 21
Addison, Thomas (servant of Daniel Gookin, 1630), 7:96
“Addy" (Ellen Emerson's letters to, 1850s), 35:41-43
Adelphi Theologia (Society for Religious Improvement), 11:44n4
Advertisements
   bicycle tire, 40:24-26
   in early directories, 15:31-32, 38, 39 (see also Directories [city])
   glass, 15743, 44
   by handbills or posters, 19:44; 37:98; 38:43 (illus.), 47n45; 39:9, 16 (illus. facing);
               41:66, 70; 42:73, 76
   Harvard Branch Railroad, 38:42, 43 (illus.), 47n45
      help wanted (bilingual), 42:73, 76
   Harvard College, to buy or rent books (1770s), 44:68
   on kite over Harvard Stadium, 44:106
   in newspapers, 19:43. 20:84-90 passim; 39:80n6, 151; 41:66; 44:68
      omission of, 36:115
   scrapbooks containing, 42:115
   by street criers, 42:28
   street railway, 39:80n6
   tea (1770s), 39:151
   by Dr. Waterhouse, for lost snuffbox, 29:17-18n14; 32:29
   See also Business and industry; Communication(s); Trade and commerce
Advocate Publishing Company (c. 1900), 20:89
Agar, Rev. (Christ Church. 1765), 10:40n2
Agassiz, Alexander (1835-1910; zoologist, oceanographer, mine operator), 1:70; 23:44-45;
               25:116; 26:22, 24; 35:96; 38:56; 43:61
   and Calumet & Hecla mine, 5:109; 26:23; 35:38 (see also Calumet & Hecla Mining
               Company)
   home of (Quincy St. and Broadway), see Agassiz house sites
   and Museum, 2:104; 5:109; 26:23; 27:12; 35:38; 43:64 (see also Agassiz Museum)
   obituary, 5:109-10
   as oceanographer, 2:96; 5:109
   as teacher, 35:36-44 passim, 53
Agassiz, Mrs. Alexander (Anna Russell), 5:110; 26:23; 35:38, 41, 51
Agassiz, Elizabeth, see Agassiz, Mrs. (Jean) Louis (second wife)
Agassiz, George (son of Alexander), 35:51
   quoted, 35:36, 37-38, 48
Agassiz, Ida, see Higginson, Mrs. Henry Lee
Agassiz, [Jean] Louis (1807-1873; naturalist), 2:62; 21:123; 22:47, 23:32, 37-38, 41;
               26:21, 25; 27:12, 13; 31:16; 32:27-28; 34:52, 91; 35:51-52; 38:86
   appointment of, 43:54, 60
   Centennial observances honoring (1907), 2:75-105; 32:116; 43:53-54
   at Dickens dinner (1867), 28:86, 87
   early life of, 43:54-56
   family of, 18:20; 35:47
   Gray and, 3:28; 43:59
   and Harvard presidency, 18:43
   houses of, 23:82 (see also Agassiz house sites)
   letters of, 2:83-84, 87-88, 89-91
   Longfellow on, 2:67; 3:46; 35:52-53
   medical plan of, 23:87
   memorial to, 34:88
   and Museum, 44:141
      “Founding of" (1973 paper), 43:53-65
   in Saturday Club, 2:75, 76, 105; 25:135; 35:51; 41:57; 43:63
   street named for, 14:63; 25:121; 32:27, 29
   as teacher, 1:70; 2:78, 99-101, 103-5; 3:34, 35; 4:47; 5:109, 111; 12:42; 26:22, 23, 33;
               27:34; 33:22; 35:13, 35-38 passim, 44-53 passim, 95-96
      and Lawrence Scientific School, 4:81, 82; 18:35
Agassiz, Mrs. [Jean] Louis (Cecile Braun, first wife), 5:109; 35:35, 38; 43:61
Agassiz, Mrs. [Jean] Louis (Elizabeth Cabot Cary, second wife), 5:110; 18:36, 41;
               23:41-42; 25:117, 121; 27:12, 60; 32:29; 35:35, 44-54 passim; 43:61
   and Agassiz School for Girls, see School(s)
   centenary of, 16:13
   dramatic enactment (1979) of life of, 44:193
   and establishment of Radcliffe (1878), 6:52; 16:13; 27:13; 35:37; 36:24;  44:141
   as first president of Radcliffe, 31:15; 43:62; 44:142-46 passim, 152 (illus. #2 following),
               155, 156
   quoted, 31:16; 36:24; 44:143, 145, 146
Agassiz, Pauline, see Shaw, Mrs. Quincy
Agassiz house sites
   Oxford St., 27:12; 35:35
   Quincy St. and Broadway, 5:110; 18:36; 27:12, 13, 24; 35:36, 37; 41:24
Agassiz House/Theatre (Radcliffe; Mason St.), 9:7, 32n1; 38:63; 40:111-12, 115, 118-19;
               41:97, 142, 144; 44:146-47
Agassiz Museum (Harvard University Museum of Comparative Zoology), 2:78, 108; 18:30;
               20:100; 22:97; 26:14; 30:86; 34:65; 41:19; 43:26, 45
   building of, 2:96; 4:6; 5:109; 26:23; 35:38
   curators of, 5:109; 24:95; 30:86; 35:13, 16; 43:18
   founding of, 43:53-65; 44:141
   street named for, 14:66
Agassiz Natural History Society, 33:22
Agassiz School for Girls; Agassiz (public)School, see School(s)
Agassiz Street, 14:63; 32:27, 29; 38:117; 44:162
Agassiz Theatre, see Agassiz House/Theatre
Agawam (later Ipswich), see Ipswich, Massachusetts
Agawam, Massachusetts (near Springfield), 21:32, 44, 45
Age
   and curfew, 40: 34
   of Harvard students, see Harvard student(s)
   of high school freshmen (1926), 19:10
   of "Pilgrim Fathers," 32:111
   and reading, 1:79; 2:25, 29
   of school children (mid-1800s), 13:99
   of soldiers, see Militia
   See also Children; Elderly, care of
Age of Reason, The (Paine), 27:78; 29:22-23
Agriculture, U.S. Department of, 44:19
Agriculture and horticulture
   apples, 21:107
      Baldwin developed, 40:52; 42:120
   and barns, see farming, below; Houses, meetinghouses, etc.
   Cambridge Plant Club and, see Club(s)
   Cambridge Horticultural Society, 38:122
   corn
      "College," 38:20; 42:105-6
      drying, 20:92
      "fishing," 5:33-41 passim
      husking "frolic," see Parties and entertainment
      Indian, English cattle and, 44:59
   experimental garden at Mount Auburn, see Mount Auburn Cemetery
   farming, 4:26; 8:19; 15:39; 16:23-24, 37, 47, 54; 28:12
      drainage and, 16:42
      encouragement of (1760s), 9:40-41
      and farm buildings on Loyalist estates, 26:56, 58, 59
      importance of fisheries to (1630s), 5:35-41 passim
      tenant, 25:24; 26:54
      truck, 3:104; 32:100
      (see also vegetable gardens, below)
   fertilizer, 44:60
   and "fishing" corn, see corn, above
   flowers and shrubs, 11:52
      in Christ Church grounds, 35:25, 26-27
      on Common, planted, see Cambridge Common
      at Mount Auburn, see Mount Auburn Cemetery
      sarsaparilla, 9:40-41
      water lilies, 40:47
       (see also hedges; private gardens, below; Botany)
   fruit, see apples, above; Trees
   grain (for animals), 4:26
      imported (1630s), 44:59
      price of (1863), 39:86
   greenhouses and conservatories, 18:34; 20:94; 32:100; 41:158, 161
      Craigie, 14:73-74; 25:20
      at Mount Auburn Cemetery, 34:85, 86-87, 90
      at Vassall (Henry) house, 9:7; 21:114, 116; 31:39
   hay
      and fire hazard, 36:76
      hay scales in Harvard Yard, 1:21; 8:35; 15:40; 17:62, 68; 20:55, 93; 30:25, 26
      and haymaking, 18:63; 22:74; 26:63, 65, 68, 69n10, 120-21
      as necessity, 4:18; 10:47n4
      neighbors' help with, 26:68
      prices of, see Prices
      production of (1861), 15:39
      salt marsh (and abundance of), 16:37; 21:116; 22:63, 74; 26:63, 65, 69n10, 120-21;
               29:36; 39:127; 44:60 (see also Marsh[es])
   hedges
      acacia, 21:108; 26:54
      box, 18:40; 21:116
      hawthorn, 16:54; 21:108; 26:55
      hemlock, 21:68
      pine, 42:17
   and horticulturists (1830s, 1840s), 38:83
   instruction in, for women (Bussey Institute, 1871), 36:30-31
   Irish, decline of ("potato famine"), 39:115; 41:57
   landscape architects and, 17:60-61; 26:52; 35:22; 38:121; 41:21, 22, 23, 168; 42:15;
               43:28, 67 (see also Mount Auburn Cemetery)
      Harvard School of Landscape Architecture, 23:46; 43:23
   Massachusetts Horticultural Society, 15:48; 34:78-81, 83; 35:22; 44:177-89 passim
   Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture, 38:74-78 passim
   medical botany, see Medicine, practice of
   at Mount Auburn (and experimental garden), see Mount Auburn Cemetery
   "planting field lots," 22:66
   private gardens, 16:54-55; 18:37, 40; 21:67; 25:86; 32:101, 102; 33:51, 61; 41:164
      Brattle (William and Thomas), 26:56; 28:12; 31:26; 37:11, 18
      Buckingham parterres, 18:37
      F. Child's rose garden, 26:20; 41:33-34; 42:17
      Hayes, 32:102
      King, 31:44-52
      Vassall/Batchelder, 9:7; 10:11-12; 21:109-12, 116; 26:54-55; 31:25-31 passim, 39-43;
               33:96
   strawberries, 16:55
      found at landing on Cape Ann (1630), 30:34
      and strawberry parties, see Parties and entertainment
   tenant farmers, see farming, above
   vegetable gardens, 4:26; 16:55; 21:111; 22:49; 31:42; 38:114, 126
      cabbages on Fitzpatricks' lawn, 36:101 (see also farming, above)
   writings on, 21:107; 34:82-83, 84; 38:80-84 passim; 43:128, 131-39 passim
   1600s, 5:35-41 passim; 8:19; 16:37
   1700s, 9:40-41; 16:23-24, 37; 26:54; 28:12
   1800s, 3:104; 4:26; 15:39; 16:42, 47, 54-55; 25:86; 38:83
   1900s, 32:100
   See also Animals; Botanic Garden; Botany; Trees
Aiken, see also Aikens; Akin
Aiken, Conrad Potter (1889-1973; poet), 41:135-36
Aikens, see also Aiken; Akin
Aikens, Mrs. (Newburyport, 1810), 9:32
Aircraft, 14:132
   balloon ascension (England, 1784), 16:120-21; 19:71
   Dana descendant makes record flight (1935), 26:106-7n79
   discussion of (1899), 10:156
   MIT aeronautics department, 42:57-58
   and outer space, 42:63
   See also Travel/transportation
Akin, see also Aiken; Aikens
Akin, Grace, see Tillinghast, Mrs. William Hopkins
Akin, William Lyman (of New York, c. 1850), 8:54
Akin, Mrs. William Lyman (Emily Ford), 8:54
Albany Street, 42:65
Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, see Edward VII
Albro, Rev. John Adams (b. 1799; at Shepard Church 1835-66), 2:38; 13:110; 15:34;
               37:105-6; 40:82n44; 43:121, 124
   Shepard biography by, 42:100-101, 105-8nn7-14 passim; 43:121
Albro Street, 19:16
Alcock, Mrs. John (researcher. 1960s), 41:131
Alcott, Amos Bronson (1799-1888; educator), 29:39; 33:82; 34:35
Alcott, Louisa May (1832-1888; writer), 32:41
Alden, Henry Mills (1836-1919; editor), 7:9
Aldis/Aldus, Nathan (landowner, 1630s), 14:94; 22:76 (Map 1)
Aldrich, Caroline B., see Durant, Mrs. William Bullard
Aldrich, Judge P. B. (c. 1860), 6:77
Aldtich, Richard (1863-1937; music critic), 32:88
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey (1836-1907; writer), 2:56-57; 7:27; 19:23; 28:95; 34:91
   as Atlantic editor, 19:28, 29
   as Elmwood tenant, 15:44; 33:78, 92n108
   Longfellow anniversary poem by (1907), 2:58, 107
Aldus, see Aldis/Aldus
Alert (ship):  Dana sails on, 10:129, 160, 161; 26:108, 112; 28:52; 38:85
Alewife Bridge, 5:42.  See also Bridge(s)
Alewife Brook, 20:125, 129; 22:79
   as "Menotomy River," 5:42; 14:35
      paper on ( 1910), 5:32-43
      as water supply, fish weir in, 41:7 (see also Fishing [as industry]; Water supply)
Alewife Brook Parkway, see Streets and highways (parkways)
Alewives, see Fishing (as industry)
Alexander, Miss Constance G. (teacher, 1890s), 35:105
Alexander, Francesca (daughter of Francis; of Florence, 1880s), 14:105, 106-13
Alexander, Francis (1800-c. 1881; painter), 14:105; 34:23; 44:134
   Dickens portrait by, 28:55 (illus. facing), 58
Alexander, Mrs. Francis (Lucia Gray Swett), 9:65; 14:105, 106-13
Alexander, Mrs. L. D. (book collector, c. 1910), 38:108
Alexander, Pete (bicycle racer, 1920s), 40:26
Alexander I (1777-1825; czar of Russia), 26:93
Alexander II (1818-1881; czar of Russia), 24:100, 102, 109, 111, 116-33 passim
Alexander VI (1431 [?]- 1503; pope), 33:134
Alford, John (of Charlestown; establishes Chair at Harvard, 1839), 33:153n8
Alford Professorship, 12:38; 33:153n8; 44: 128
Alger, Cyrus (1781-1856; ironmaster), 6:7
Alger, Francis (mineralogist, mid-1800s), 38:83
Alger, Horatio (1832-1899; author), 23:27
Alice M. Longfellow Hall (Radcliffe), 33:29
Allegiance (ship), 16:72
Allen, see also Allyn
Allen, Abigail, see Belcher, Mrs. Jonathan, Jr.
Allen, Rev. Alexander V. G. (1841-1908; educator), 36:8, 11, 13, 16-17
Allen, Almira Warner, see Wheeler, Mrs. William Augustus
Allen, Miss Annie E. (CHS member; d. 1944), 13:123
Allen, Dr. Charles H. (1870s), 7:81; 20:103
Allen, Clare, see Haskins, Mrs. Charles Homer
Allen, Miss Elizabeth, see Hayman, Mrs. Nathaniel
Allen, Mrs. Elizabeth, see Stone, Mrs. Samuel (second wife)
Allen, Elnathan (of Vermont, 1770s), 13:122
Allen, Col. Ethan (1737/8-1789), 6:10; 7:104; 13:122
Allen, Rev. F. (at Sterling, Mass., 1798), 11:37
Allen, Flora Viola, see Allen, Mrs. Oscar Fayette
Allen, Frances Anne, see Sparks, Mrs. Jared (first wife)
Allen, Francis R. (architect, 1890s), 34:76
Allen, Mayor Frank Augustus (1835-1916), 20:40, 75, 78
   obituary, 13:122-23
Allen, Mrs. Frank Augustus (Annie G. Scribner, first wife), 13:123
Allen, Mrs. Frank Augustus (Elizabeth M. Scribner, second wife), 13:123
Allen, Prof. Frederic D. (1844-1897; classical scholar), 32:88; 33:43
Allen, Dr. Gardiner (of Boston; physician and author, 1880s), 33:43
Allen, Glover M.:  "William Brewster, 1851-1919" (1937 paper), 24:83-98
Allen, Goel, see Allen, Joel Asaph
Allen, Herbert M. (son of Frank A., 1865), 13:123
Allen, Joel Asaph (1838-1921; ornithologist), 24:87; 35:13-14, 15
Allen, Rev. John (of Dedham, 1648), 32:109
Allen, Mrs. John, see Dudley, Mrs. Thomas (second wife)
Allen, John (contractor, mid-1800s), 38:32
Allen, Rev. Joseph Henry (1820-1898), 6:28; 33:43
Allen, Mary (daughter of Rev. Joseph H.), 33:43
Allen, Mary (unacknowledged daughter of Andrew Craigie), see Allen, Polly (or Mary)
Allen, Miss Mary Prentice (of Marblehead; educational pioneer, 1870s), 36:28
Allen, Matthew (brickmaker; of Hooker's Company, 1636), 10:102; 16:75; 22:60, 69, 76,
               76 (Map 1), 77.  See also Allyn, Matthew
Allen, Oscar Fayette (d. 1926), 6:78; 13:122
   "John Taylor Oilman Nichols, M.D." (1912 paper), 7:77-88
Allen, Mrs. Oscar Fayette (Flora Viola; 1844-1917):  obituary, 13:122
Allen, Polly (or Mary) (1779-1849; unacknowledged daughter of Andrew Craigie), 27:70-86,
               91
Allen, Richard (of California, 1880s), 33:43
Allen, Roswell, Jr. (of Vermont, c. 1840), 13:122
Allen, Mrs. Roswell, Jr. (May Snow), 13:122
Allen, Russell (of California, 1880s), 33:43
Allen, Samuel (purchases Inman property, 1849 ), 16:38
Allen, Mrs. Samuel (later Mrs. Lewis Colby), 16:38
Allen, Walter M. (bank director, 1850s), 20:131
Allen, Wilkes (Harvard 1801; friend of T. Fuller, Jr.), 11:35, 37
Allen, Mr. (bookkeeper at Riverside Press, late 1800s), 19:20
Allen farm (before 1655), 9:72
Allen & Greenough textbooks, see Schoolbooks
Allen & Kenway (architects), 34:76; 43:156
Allis, Prof. John C. (of MIT; Reservoir St. resident, 1970s), 43:29
Allport, Prof. Gordon W., 40:151
   "The Prospect Union in Perspective" (1966 paper), 40:155-58
   rebuttal to (Potts), 40:159-61
Allston, see also Alston
Allston, Robert Francis Withers (1801-1864; nephew of artist), 29:40-41
Allston, Washington (1779-1843; artist and writer), 3:63; 10:162; 23:83; 25:115, 119;
               33:14; 34:91
   "Adam" chair owned by, 3:96; 5:48
   aphorisms of, 29:54, 55
   appearance of, 29:39-47 passim, 57
   in Boston, 11:21, 28; 27:14; 29:60
   in Cambridgeport (1830-43; 1943 paper on), 29:34-67; 33:161
   church designed by, 29:19n21
   Dana's friendship with, 10:144; 29:13-14
   death of, 29:61-66
      burial in Dana family tomb, 26:93n63
   Dickens and, 28:63, 75; 29:44-46
   at Harvard, 29:13-33, 35
   houses and studios of, 1:65; 11:32n; 21:86; 25:119; 26:99, 118; 29:26, 36, 44, 48 (illus.
               following), 60, 62, 67; 35:82
   paintings and caricatures by, 29:16 (illus. following), 48 (illus. following), 49-54; 33:33
      "Belshazzar," 5:49n1; 11:24n2, 27; 26:99; 27:67n60; 29:37, 47-48, 58-62, 65-66;
               34:19; 35:82
      "Buck's Progress," 29:16 (illus. following), 21-23
      exhibited (1831-81), 4:33; 5:49; 29:41-42, 49-53nn61-76 passim
   poems by, 29:43n39, 49nn61, 63, 50nn66, 68, 54n81; 33:12
      honoring Washington, 11:40, 41n2, 45; 29:28, 30-31
   portraits of, 21:114; 23:15; 29:16 (four illus. following); 38:137; 44:38
   prose writings (novel and lectures) by, 29:43, 45, 48, 50n66, 54n81, 56
   street named for, 14:62, 63; 26:95n64; 29:35; 35:82 (see also Allston Street)
   tomb designed by, 25:56n58; 29:55
Allston, Mrs. Washington (Anne Channing, first wife; d. 1815), 29:34
Allston, Mrs. Washington (Martha Remington Dana, second wife), 3:63; 10:144; 26:93n63,
               95n64, 118; 27:67n61; 29:34-35, 62; 33:14, 161
   before marriage, 9:65; 11:24, 32n; 21:85, 86; 33:10, 11
Allston, Massachusetts, 34:75; 44:83
   included in "Newtown[e]," 44:57
   trolley line to, 39:95, 98
Allston Grammar School, see School(s)
Allston Street, 1:56; 10:190; 14:62, 63; 26:95n64; 29:35; 35:82
Allyn, see also Allen
Allyn, Alice C., 17:67
   "A History of Berkeley Street, Cambridge" (1931 paper), 21:58-71; 25:107, 109; 31:55,
               58; 43:7n1
Allyn, Anna ("Bee" member, mid-1800s), 17:74
Allyn, Miss Dorothea (Berkeley St. resident, 1930s), 21:70
Allyn, Helen, see Gade, Mrs. Gerhard
Allyn, John (of Allyn & Bacon; builds Berkeley St. house c. 1885), 21:70
Allyn, Mrs. John, 17:63; 21:70
Allyn, Matthew (early settler, 1630s), 14:102.  See also Allen, Matthew
Allyn, Mrs. Rufus (sister of  Helen Upton; d. 1897), 33:50
   houses of, 21:60, 64, 70
Allyn & Bacon (publishers), 21:70
Allyn family, 32:34
Almanacs, 38:95
   importance of, 44:65-66
   interleaved or annotated, 10:64n2; 11:69-74 passim, 83 (see also Diaries and journals)
   printed by "Daye Press," 3:17; 44:64, 65-66
   See also Periodicals
Alms House quarry (Somerville), 17:34
Almshouses, see Charity
Almy, Judge Charles (holds office 1891-1921), 17:22
   "The History of the Third District Court of Eastern Middlesex" (1923 paper), 17:16-27;
               39:68, 69
Almy, Mrs. Charles, 42:124
Almy, Charles, Jr. (businessman, 1930s), 35:23; 41:52
   house of (built 1926), 43:160 (illus. #8 following), 163-64, 166
Almy, Miss Mary (MIT 1920; architect), 27:98; 43:163; 44:106, 114, 117. 118
Almy family, 44:117, 119
Alphabet school, see School(s)
Alphonsa, Mother (Rose Hawthorne Lathrop; 1851-1926), 29:42n36
Alsop, Aimee:  greenhouse built for (c. 1910[?]), 43:167
Alsop, Francis (Willard family friend, c. 1820), 11:20
Alston, see also Allston
Alston, Charles (1683-1760; Scottish botanist), 43:137
Amazeen, Andrew B. (chief mate of Pilgrim, 1836), 10:161
Amazeen, Edward C. (of Melrose, 1915), 10:161
Ambassador Hotel, see Taverns, inns, hotels, and boardinghouses
Ambassadors and consuls, 10:178; 23:83, 89
   Adams, see Adams, Charles Francis [1st]; Adams, John; Adams, John Quincy
   Dana, see Dana, Chief Justice Francis
   to England, see Britain
   to France, see France
   Franklin, see Franklin, Benjamin
   to Holland, see Adams, John
   Lowell, see Lowell, James Russell
   to Russia, see Russia
   to Spain, see Spain
   Storer, R. B. and W. B., see Russia
   Stoughton, E. W., see Russia
   See also Diplomacy
Ambrose, Alice (persecuted Quaker, 1664), 24:76
Amee, Albert F. (bookseller; d. 1940), 42:119
Amee, John (bookseller; brother of Albert), 42:119
Amee, Mrs. John, 14:139
Amee Brothers (bookstore), 15:33; 30:22; 41:169; 42:119.  See also Booksellers
"American" as term for settlers, 43:116
American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Boston), 1:75; 4:88; 20:61; 24:25; 25:106;
               38:76, 84; 40:100
   Proceedings of, 34:8
American Antiquarian Society (Worcester), 5:8, 17, 78n5; 9:8; 25:52n49; 26:82n42;
               33:15n21; 37:75n; 40:16n15; 44:73n17
   "Cambridge Platform" at, 38:94, 100, 102, 105, 109
   "Craigie Papers" at, 27:48-86nn-17-96 passim, 88, 90, 91
   diaries in possession of, 11:70-83 passim
   Proceedings of, 16:74, 92, 93; 33:64n27
American Appliance Company (electronics), 34:120-21
American Architect, see Periodicals (general)
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 23:88; 43:62
American Association of Theological Schools and Colleges in the United States and Canada,
               36:70
American Biltrite Rubber Company (Chelsea), 40:42
American Board of Missions, 28:53
American Chemical Society, 40:100
American Federation of Labor, 33:128. See also Labor
American Fire Society, 36:79.  See also Cambridge Fire Department
American Folklore Society, 25:89
American Geographical Society, 40:104, 105, 106
American Historical Review, see Periodicals (general)
American House (Boston), see Taverns, inns, hotels, and boardinghouses
American Institute of Architects, 43:153, 164
American Institute of Graphic Arts, 42:38
American Journal of Archaeology, see Periodicals (general)
American Law Institute, 41:124
American Law Review, see Periodicals (general)
American League of Universal Brotherhood, 34:27
American Library Association, 21:73, 74
American Medical Association, 41:63
American Medical Botany (Bigelow), 34:83; 43:138) 44:77
American Ornithological Union, 35:14, 15
American Peace Society (1826), 28:22
American Philological Association, 44:140
American Philosophical Society (Philadelphia), 43:132; 44:125, 127
American Quarterly Review, see Periodicals (general)
American Railway Times, see Periodicals (general)
American Research and Development Corporation (Amrad), 34:120, 123
American Research Center (Cairo), 44:33
American Revolution, see Revolutionary War
American School of Classical Studies (Athens), 44:34
American School of Oriental Research, 35:75
American Student Union (Radcliffe), see Radcliffe College
American Telegraph Company, 42:115.  See also Communication(s)
American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 34:112, 114, 117; 35:84.  See also
               Communication(s)
American Unitarian Association, see Unitarian Church
Ames, Alice, see Crothers, Mrs. Bronson
Ames, Carolyn (CHS curator, 1970s), 44:71n11
   "Radcliffe's First Century" (1979 paper), 44: 139-56
Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Charles (of Minnesota, c. 1885), 33:114
Ames, Fanny, see Randall, Mrs. Mallinson
Ames, Fisher (1758-1808; lawyer, statesman), 4:15, 16; 11:40n2; 39:61
Ames, Prof. James Barr (1846-1910), 10:176; 18:45; 20:34; 23:88; 34:8; 41:130
   obituary, 5:105; 28:107-8
Ames, Mrs. James Barr (Sarah Russell), 5:105; 18:45
   "A History of the Cambridge Branch of the Massachusetts Indian Association from 1886 to
               1923" (1924 paper), 17:84-91
Ames, James  Barr [2d]:  "The Founding of Mount Auburn Hospital" (1961 paper), 39:39-49
Ames, John S. (architect, 1909), 39:128; 43:51
Ames, Mrs. John W. (Sarah Thayer; teacher, 1912), 32:45, 46
Ames, Nathaniel (1741-1822):  diary of, while Harvard student (1758-61), 11:74
Ames, Oakes I., 40:34
   "Mount Auburn's Sixscore Years" (1952 paper), 34:77-95
Ames, Gov. Oliver (1831-1895), 35:87
Ames, Richard (Harvard 1907), 5:105
Ames, Robert Russell (Harvard 1907), 5:105; 44:106
Ames, Ruth, see Angier, Mrs. Edmund
Ames, Seth (Cambridge Book Club, 1851), 28:115
Ames, Rev. William (of Rotterdam; d. 1633), 8:31; 10:95; 14:85, 90; 22:84
Ames, Mrs. William (Joanna Fletcher), 14:90-91
Ames, Winthrop (1870-1937; theatrical producer), 27:38; 38:57
Ames, Mrs. (at Dickens Reading, 1867), 28:91
Ames Building (Boston), 3:10
Ames Street, 14:63; 40:28
Amesbury, Massachusetts, 7:83; 21:38, 44
Amherst College, 20:70; 23:80; 33:21; 34:37; 35:96
   and Calvinism, 4:22; 32:33
Amherst Street, 14:63
Amiel, Mr. and Mrs. J., and "Miss Chrissy" (Vassall family friends, 1766), 10:31
Amory, Charles (friend of Longfellow, mid-1800s), 25:109
Amory, Mr. and Mrs. Copley:  Lake View Ave. house of (1948) , 32:98
Amory, Harcourt (Harvard benefactor, early 20th c.), 27:37
Amory, James Sullivan (Episcopal Seminary trustee, late 1800s), 36:10
Amory, Jonathan (of Boston, mid-1800s), 41:56
Amory, Thomas Coffin (Harvard 1830; author), 14:59n1; 16:21; 26:53n50, 61
Amory Street, 35:95
Amos [first name] (foreman on Storer farm c. 1830), 3:106
Amos, Mr. (believer in millennium, 1839), 25:41
Anabaptists, see Religion (dissenting/nonconformist)
Anawon (Indian chief in King Philip's War), 30:50.  See also War(s)
Anburey, Thomas (British soldier in Cambridge), 10:52n2; 13:32, 33, 37, 42, 56, 59n1, 68
   diary of (1776-81), 11:75
Anchor (Blue Anchor) Tavern, see Taverns, inns, hotels, and boardinghouses
Anderson, Larz (bridge donor, 1920s), 39:133
Anderson, Leroy (1908-1975; composer), 35:107
Andover, Massachusetts, 11:78; 16:59; 26:105; 27:88; 35:30
   settlement of, 21:32, 43
Andover Academy, see Phillips Academy, Andover
Andover Creed, 36:58, 60, 66, 69
Andover Hall, 18:31; 24:88; 36:73; 41:29
Andover Theological Seminary, 16:106; 33:12; 36:60-62; 41:19
   founded (1808), 4:15; 36:58-59; 44:75
   graduates and professors of, 20:65, 71; 30:73; 32:33; 36:66
   Harvard Divinity School affiliation with, 36:69-73; 41:29
   library at (Andover-Harvard Theological Library), 36:69. 73
   See also School(s)
Andover-Newton Theological Seminary (Newton), 33:151
André, Maj. John (1751-1780), 19:57
Andrew, see also Andrews
Andrew, Gov. John Albion (1818-1867), 3:48-49; 21:61, 67; 39:10, 11; 40:100
   and Home Guard, 2:39, 40, 41; 6:14; 38:48
Andrew, John F. (Democratic party leader, 1880s), 20:45
Andrew Square, 39:102
Andrews, see also Andrew
Andrews, (Elizabeth) Ann, see Willard, Mrs. [Prof.] Sidney
Andrews, Charles McL. (author, 1930s), 26:50n8, 61; 40:81
Andrews, Dwight H. (realtor, 1960s), 39:72, 75; 42:33, 44
Andrews, [Elizabeth] Ann, see Willard, Mrs. [Prof.] Sidney
Andrews, John (landowner, 1770s), 37:19
   diary quoted (1774), 5:64, 65-66
Andrews, William (of Hooker's Company, 1636), 10:102, 103; 14:93; 22:76 (Map 1)
Andrews, William T. (lawyer, mid-1800s), 38:45n42
Andrews, Mr. (of Newburyport,  1807), 9:25
Andrews, Mrs. (Newburyport, 1810), 9:32
Andrews, Dr. (dentist, 1870s), 30:19
Andros, Sir [Gov.] Edmund (1637-1714), 21:28
Anesthetic, see Medicine, practice of
Angell, James Burrill (1829-1916; educator, diplomat), 41:167
Angier, Edmund (c. 1612-1692; merchant), 8:31-32; 14:97; 22:76 (Map 1); 37:31
Angier, Mrs. Edmund (Ruth Ames, first wife; d. 1656), 8:31; 22:84
Angier, Rev. Samuel (1654-1719), 3:112; 22:84; 24:51; 40:73n23
Angier, Mrs. Samuel (Hannah Oakes), 22:84
Angier (Harvard student, 1760; social position of ) , 10:25-26n5
Angier (Harvard 1829; sings at Class Day), 12:13
Angier family, 10:115
Angler's Corner, 13:55, 80
Anglican Church, see Church of England
Anglin, Margaret (actress, 1920s), 40:112
Animal Rescue League, 33:51.  See also Animals; Charity
Animals
   bear
      appearance of, in Cambridge (1754), 14:57; 16:48; 37:32
      pet, at dinner party (c. 1850), 22:47; 43:61
   bridge and ferry tolls charged for, 14:52; 33:144
    “cattle" as wealth, 37:29; 44:58-61 (see also cow[s]; hogs; oxen; sheep, below; Horses
               [as transportation])
   cats, 18:32; 32:102; 41:164
      Boat Club, 39:139
      as Cambridge "characters," 42:119-20
      hole in door for, 23:79
   cockfighting, see Sports and games
   cow(s), 24:65; 32:61; 34:60; 35:113
      bequeathed to church, 14:54; 15:26
      "boarded," 11:20
      bull broken to saddle, 33:140
      cattle market, 13:100; 20:91, 131-34 passim; 28:43; 30:21-22; 36:110, 117; 37:35,
               36; 39:113; 40:86; 43:26; 44:59-61
      historical significance of, 44:56
      law concerning, 39:114
      number of (1635-36), 44:57-61
      pastures/grazing for, 14:44, 45; 21:29, 36, 71, 111; 22:62-66 passim, 71, 76; 30:14;
               31:53; 32:99; 33:50; 35:29; 37:31; 38:117; 39:114; 40:81; 41:7, 8; 42:17, 80;
               43:68, 69, 74; 44:56-61, 187
      as payment for Harvard tuition, 21:78; 37:13
      prices of, 44:42, 59-61
      "town," 18:16
      "want of accommodation" for, 21:28; 40:81; 44:56-61
      water for, 41:7
      (see also oxen, below)
   dog(s)
      "brown-stone," on Mount Auburn St., 31:35
      and dogfight, William James and, 42:17
      Fire Dept. Dalmatian, 44:10-11
      "Gillie," of Robert Frost, 40:85-90 passim
      Helen Keller's, 32:98
      licenses for, 37:96
      as pets, 3:104; 18:34, 38-39; 21:60; 22:51; 23:37; 24:96-97; 34:15; 36:67; 40:85-90
               passim; 42:115; 44:10
      restraint of, 5:36; 14:48
      "Rex," Fogg Museum watchdog, 27:26
      teamsters', 35:80
   donkey and donkey cart, 34:69; 41:168
   ferry accommodations for, 7:54, 55
   foxes, 24:65; 41:160
   goats, 24:65
   hens, see poultry, below
   hogs, 10:22; 24:64, 65
      and hog reeves (wardens), 14:47; 26:73
      pig-raising on Coolidge farm, 32:99
      "ringing the swine," 1:67
      running loose, penalty for, 14:47, 70
   horses, see Horses (cavalry); Horses (as transportation)
   kindness to, 4:33
   orang-outang "Joe," William James and, 33:28
   oxen, 1:21; 10:22
      replaced by "ice railroad," 28:32
      (see also cow[s], above)
   pets
      acquired by "Convention Troops," 10:61-62
      at Harvard/Radcliffe, 41:143, 153
      party for (1890s), 42:128
      wild animals as, 22:47; 41:160; 43:61
      (see also cats; dog[s], above)
   poultry, 16:50, 55; 22:54; 24:65; 28:12; 31:49
      raised by Prof. Sophocles, 3:27; 12:35; 26:17; 42:121
   pound for, see Town Pound for, below
   prices of, 10:22; 24:65; 44:42, 59-61
   rabbit house on Brattle farm (1792), 28:12
   rare (giraffe, 1839), 4:33
   sheep, 5:22; 17:62; 20:91
      care of, as Harvard payment, 38:19
   Shetland pony (Dana, ridden into house), 26:104; 33:13-14
   snakes (Agassiz and). 32:29; 35:51-52
   Town Pound for (site of), 8:34; 22:77; 23:19; 33:41
   veterinarian for, 16:58-59
   wild, 24:65
      fences against, 31:54; 41:26
      as pets, see pets, above
      (see also wolves, below)
   wolves, 37:32; 44:45, 60
      on Beacon Hill (Boston), 27:30
      on Cambridge Common, 35:29
      on Observatory Hill, 20:94
      in Plymouth Colony, 5:33; 33:141
      in Watertown, 32:126
   See also Birds; Business and industry (slaughter houses)
Ann Street (Boston), 41:57
Annals of America, see Holmes, Rev. Abiel
Annapolis Convention (1786), 33:72
Anne (1665-1714; queen of England), 6:10
Anne (ship), 30:49
Anniversaries, centennials, etc., see Celebrations
Annual Register (1778), 13:55n3.  See also Periodicals (general)
Anthology Club, see Club(s)
Anthony [first name] (Vassall family slave), see Vassall family
Anthony, Almeda, see Snyder, Mrs. Almeda Anthony
Anthony, Susan B. (1820-1906; feminist), 7:20
Antigua, West Indies
   histories of, 10:15nn1, 2, 20n2, 40n4, 50nn1, 4
   sugar plantations at, see Business and industry
Antinomianism, see Religion (dissenting/nonconformist)
Anti-Slavery Society, 20:68, 70.  See also Slavery
Anti-Tuberculosis Society/Association, see Disease
Antrim Street, 41:158
Anzonella, Mabel, see Bell, Mrs. Stoughton
Apartment houses, see Houses, meetinghouses, etc.
Apel, see also Appel
Apel, Willi (Harvard lecturer, c. 1950), 41:101
Apollo (ship), 11:15
Apothecaries, see Medicine, practice of
Apothecary General, see Craigie, Dr. Andrew
Appalachian Mountain Club, see Club(s)
Appel, see also Apel
Appel, R. G. (Harvard 1902; choirmaster), 32:88
Appian Way, 10:24n2; 14:63; 22:108; 23:19; 30:21; 32:26; 44:139, 140, 145
   Hilliard St. formerly known as, 29:71 (see also Hilliard Street)
   houses on
      Dana (No. 15), 26:120
      Founders' (Radcliffe; No. 6), 34:70; 44: 141
      Holmes (John, elder, 1650s), 37:65
      Holmes (John, younger; torn down, 1871), 25:118; 31:8; 36:81; 38:49n49
      James (William; No. 11), 33:28-29
      moved from (to Coolidge Hill), 32:100
      Nichols (corner of Brattle), see Nichols houses (Edgar)
      Preble, later Greenough (No. 22; torn down, 1960s), 25:125; 33:41, 42, 43; 38:52;
               39:76
Apple Island Fishing Club, 36:104.  See also Club(s)
Apples, Baldwin, see Agriculture and horticulture
Appleton, Charles John ("mariner," son of Consul; b. 1795), 17:58; 30:22
Appleton, Frances, see Longfellow, Mrs. Henry Wadsworth (second wife)
Appleton, Capt. John, 3:16
Appleton, Mrs. John (Priscilla Glover, 1634-1697) 3:12, 16
Appleton, Hon. John (son of Capt. John; m. 1680) 3:16
Appleton, Mrs. John (Elizabeth Rogers), 3:16
Appleton, John (1758-1829; Consul to France), 9:19, 33; 17:57, 58; 37:22, 23
   street named for, 14:63; 25:120 (see also Appleton Street)
Appleton, Mrs. John (Frenchwoman, first wife), 17:58
Appleton, Mrs. John (Sarah Fayerweather, second wife;  m. 1807), 9:19, 22, 28, 65; 17:57,
               58; 37:22, 23
Appleton, John James (son of Consul; b. 1782), 17:58; 37:22
Appleton, Margaret, see Holyoke, Mrs. Edward (second wife)
Appleton, Margaret Gibbs, see Appleton, Mrs. Nathaniel
Appleton, Mary (Mrs. McIntosh), 11:28; 23:50; 25:30
Appleton, Nathan (1779-1861; manufacturer, banker), 21:105; 22:100; 23:49-52 passim;
               29:50n68; 37:18
Appleton, Mrs. Nathan, 23:50, 52
Appleton, Rev. Nathaniel (1693-1784), 22:76, 87; 31:64; 32:29; 43:118, 119
   bequest to charity, 18:16, 17
   biography of, 24:6
   and "Convention Troops," 13:40, 43, 44n3, 47
   descendants of, 3:16; 19:88 at
   First Church, 3:16, 18, 19; 5:57; 9:10; 10:42; 16:72; 17:58, 96; 29:69-70; 43:124;
               44:70
   ordained (1717), 3:111-13; 43:117
   and Whitefield controversy, 24:52
   in "Old Parsonage," 6:23 (see also Boylston Hall; Parsonage[s])
   portrait of, 10:86
Appleton, Mrs. Nathaniel (Margaret Gibbs), 22:87-88
   portrait of, 10:86
Appleton, Dr. Nathaniel Walker (1755-1795), 27:47
   letters of (1773-84), 2:132
Appleton, Samuel (1766-1853; merchant, philanthropist), 34:79
Appleton, Samuel (1930s), 35:23
Appleton, Sarah F. , see Appleton, Mrs. [Consul] John (second wife)
Appleton, Thomas Gold (1812-1884; poet, artist), 27:73n77; 28:97, 98; 33:24
   as a boy, 23:50, 51
   -Longfellow letters, 25:36n27; 28:83
   and Norse memorial, 40:102, 105
Appleton, William S. (founds antiquarian society, before 1911), 6:16; 22:13n1
Appleton Academy (New Ipswich, N. H.), 23:49
Appleton Chapel (Harvard), 11:55; 18:33, 34, 41, 44; 20:53; 21:122; 27:13; 33:26, 131,
               151; 35:46; 36:67, 70; 44:23, 26
   architecture of, 27:17; 42:116
   Choir of, 27:33; 30:89; 41:97, 137
   dedication of (1858), 33:23
   organ and organists at, 30:89, 90-91; 32:82-83, 91; 41:27 (see also Music)
Appleton family, 14:80; 25:28; 33:16
Appleton Hall (Harvard Yard), 22:102
Appleton house sites
   Boston, 25:29
   Cambridge, see Appleton, Rev. Nathaniel
Appleton property, 22:65, 75
Appleton Street, 10:183; 27:98; 33:99; 43:11-12
   naming of, 14:63; 32:39
   residents on, 15:10; 16:10; 21:63; 22:15; 24:15; 28:7, 107; 34:75; 43:24
Apprenticeship, 14:125; 18:23; 19:43; 25:75; 27:47-48; 34:98; 36:56-57; 44:70, 76
   indentured servants, 18:13
   See also Education; Labor; Servants/"hired help"
Apthorp, Charles (merchant of Boston, c. 1700; father of Rev. East), 26:51
Apthorp, Rev. East (1733-1816), 10:28n2; 19:49; 22:77; 23:18, 20; 26:51; 43:119
   house built by (1760), 13:30; 17:54 (see also Apthorp-Borland house ["Bishop's Palace"])
   leaves Cambridge (1764), 22:71; 26:59
      impostor as successor to, 10:32n1
   portrait of, 26:52n37
Apthorp, Mrs. East (Elizabeth Hutchinson), 26:51
Apthorp, James (and establishment of Christ Church, 1759), 23:18; 43:118-19
Apthorp, John (Christ Church member, 1765), 10:40n2
Apthorp, John T. (landowner. Fresh Pond, c. 1800), 3:100, 101
Apthorp, Robert (Follen St. resident before 1850), 20:97
Apthorp, William F. (1848-1913; music critic), 32:88
Apthorp family, 13:84
Apthorp-Borland house ("Bishop's Palace," built 1760), 15:41; 17:54-55, 56; 25:121; 26:51
   architecture of, 6:25; 22:31-32; 26:59
   Burgoyne lodged in, 1:57; 13:30-31, 49, 70, 79; 22:31
   as Master's residence, Adams House, Harvard, 22:32, 100; 26:59; 30:27
   as Putnam's headquarters, 5:25n1; 13:70
   site of, 1:19, 56; 17:55; 26:59; 30:27
Arabic (ship), 24:94
Arbella (ship), 13:82; 30:34, 38, 39; 33:142, 147; 37:24
Archaeological Club, 23:43.  See also Club(s)
Archaeological Institute of America, 44:33
Archaeology, 44:34
   Cambridge, 43:143, 146 (see also Leif Ericsson)
   European, 33:87-89
Archaeology magazine, 44:33.  See also Periodicals (general)
Architects, 8:52; 23:38; 25:121; 27:14, 25; 29:19n21; 32:102; 33:43, 56, 57; 34:11,
               74-76, 91, 108; 35:73; 39:121, 138; 43:13, 18, 26-30 passim, 47-52, 91,
               103, 155; 44:31, 145, 150, 153, 168, 185n21, 187
   MIT, 42:54-55, 62-63
   women, 33:47, 34:74-76; 41:161; 43:21, 153-72
   See also Bulfinch, Charles; Coolidge, Charles Allerton; Greenough, Henry; Gropius,
               Walter; Harrison, Peter; Howe, Miss Lois Lilley; Longfellow, Alexander
               Wadsworth; Peabody, Robert Swain; Richardson, Henry Hobson;
               Van Brunt, Henry; Wright, Frank Lloyd
Architecture
   Architectural History of Cambridge, Survey of, 42:33-37 passim, 43, 93; 43:86n2, 88,
               90n3, 125, 142, 149; 44:135
   Ash St., 31:33-36
   Boston, 41:60
   Boston Society of Architects and, 43:164
   Brattle St. as example of, 43:37 (see also Brattle Street [Cambridge])
   brick used in, see Brick and brickmaking
   and "building list" (of L. L. Howe), 43:166-71
   church, 18:30; 41:25; 43:115 (see also Appleton Chapel [Harvard]; Christ
               Church [Episcopal])
   of Court Houses, 39:61-62, 65, 66
   of Craigie (Longfellow) House, see Craigie-Vassall-Longfellow House
   education in (c. 1890), 43:156-57
   of Elmwood, see Elmwood (Cambridge)
   of Fay House (Radcliffe), see Fay House
   of Fogg Museum, see Fogg Art Museum
   French influence on, 43:157
   of "Garden House," 33:56; 38:82
   Guide toTen Walking Tours (Rettig), 42:37-38; 43:11
   of Harvard buildings
      17th c., 14:34; 32:108-9
      18th c., 13:45; 29:20, 23
      19th C., 4:30; 14:9-10; 20:57; 23:45; 25:116, 121; 26:41-42, 46; 27:17, 31-32;
               28:110; 33:8, 16-35 passim; 35:113, 120; 41:118 (illus. #2 following),
               125-29; 42:75; 43:16, 48
      20th c., 35:113, 120-21; 42:75
      (see also Appleton Chapel [Harvard]; Dane Hall; Fogg Art Museum; Hunt Hall; Memorial
               Hall)
   Harvard School of, see Harvard School(s)
   on Harvard Square, see Harvard Square
   historic preservation of, see Historic preservation
   of Hooper-Lee-Nichols house, see Hooper-Lee-Nichols house
   Lake View Ave., 44:159, 163-68
   landscape, see Agriculture and horticulture
   of "Larches" (Gray house), see "Larches, The"/"Larchwood"
   lectures on, 35:118
   of Loyalist houses, 10:12-14; 16:18-24 passim; 26:49, 52-60; 33:62; 37:67 (see also
               individual houses)
   medieval, studies of, 33:85-90
   meetinghouse, see church, above
   MIT and MIT School of, see Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
   at Mount Auburn Cemetery, 44:184-87
   "new town" (Mariemont, Ohio), 43:162-63
   of old gymnasium, 30:12
   at Radcliffe, see Fay House
   railroad station, 38:33
   résumé of (1973 paper), 43:33-52
   schoolhouse, 13:90-97 passim
   schools of, see Harvard School(s); Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
   of stables (private), 43:10, 159, 166
   of street railway "head house," 39:102n73
   survey of, see Architectural History of Cambridge, Survey of, above
   of University press (old, Brattle Square), 26:40; 30:19-20 (see also Harvard University
               Press)
   variety of, 26:38; 31:33; 39:108; 43:44
   of Vassall houses, see Vassall houses and land; Vassall-Craigie-Longfellow House;
               Waterhouse house
   walking tours showing, see Guide to, above
   West Indian, 33:61
   wood used in, see Houses, meetinghouses, etc.
   17th c., 6:19-25 passim; 14:34; 32:108-9
   18th c., 6:25; 13:45; 19:47; 20:111, 124; 25:88-90; 27:87, 29:20, 23
   19th c., 6:25; 18:34-40 passim, 43; 20:57, 60, 119; 22:53; 23:24, 92; 30:20; 41:20 (see
               also of Harvard buildings, above)
   20th c., 20:124; 35:113, 120-21; 42:75
   See also Houses, meetinghouses, etc.
Architecture, styles of
   Bauhaus, 42:59
   "Bracketed," 43:44, 46; 44.164-67 passim
   Bulfinch, 44:142 (see also Bulfinch, Charles)
   "Cape Cod, 31:35
   "carpenter's," 26:43, 46; 39.118; 43:40-41, 42, 51
   changes in (1880s), 44:166
   classical, 43:48
   "colonial," 6.19-20, 25; 10:13; 18:29; 21:50-57, 108, 112-18; 24:19; 26.37, 39, 43;
               30:76; 31:33; 33:40, 92; 35:25; 43:37, 158; 44:168
      Colonial  Revival, 31:35; 43:17, 48, 49-59, 159-61 passim, 166
      Holmes's description of, 33:62
   "cottage mansion," 18.43; 33:21
   "Early American," 31:35
   "Eastlake," 43.47; 44:167
   Egyptian Revival (at Mount Auburn Cemetery), 34:83, 90; 44.184-85, 192 (and illus. #2
               following)
   "Empire," 32.101
   "English," 43.11, 44, 160; 44:135
   "Federal," 23.26; 25:129; 26:39, 40 (illus. #11 following), 43; 33:49; 42:46; 43:43-44
   "French," see mansard-roof, below
   functional, 31:35
   gambrel-roof, 6:25; 20:111; 26:40 (illus. #12 following); 28:11; 43:49, 51; 44:168
      of Holmes birthplace, 4.39; 6:25; 29.19; 33:40; 41:120
      Holmes quoted on, 26:43
      "that saw the row...on the 19th of April," 10:71n1; 20:127
      Vassall (Henry) house, 10:13; 21:108
      Webber house, 8:33; 41:118 (illus. facing), 119
   garrison, 6:16, 19
   Georgian, 26:42, 44; 33:92; 39:108; 41:10; 43:31 (illus. #13, #14 following), 46, 48
      difficulties with, 42:75; 43:51
      Georgian Revival, 43:49-50, 160
      Neo-Georgian, 44:145
      Vassall-Craigie-Longfellow House, 26:52-53; 43:31 (illus. #2 following)
   Gothic Revival, 26:38, 40 (illus. #9-11 following), 96; 34:30, 39:108; 43:10; 44:165, 185
      "cottages," 26:42, 43; 39:118
      introduction of, 26:41-42, 45, 46; 27:31; 28:63; 33:17
   Greek Revival, 18:36n2; 26:37, 40 (illus. #l-4 following), 44; 29:36-37; 30:21; 38:77;
               39:118; 43:44, 45, 164; 44:163
      Dana-Palmer house, 33:11, 16, 20, 30
      Ionic columns used in, 30:20; 31:58; 43:26; 44:146
      Law School buildings, 41:124, 128
      popularity of (1840s), 20:119; 26:38-41, 43; 31:34; 44:185
   hip-roof, 44:135
   International, 43:37, 51 (see also "modern,” below)
   Italianate, 18:33; 26:37, 40 (illus. #7, #8 following), 41, 43, 43:44, 45; 44:165
   mansard-roof, 18:36n2; 19:21; 26:40 (illus. #13, #14 following); 30:20; 33:49; 42:39,
               46; 43:11; 44:139, 143, 152 (illus. #1, #5 following), 163-68 passim (and illus.
               #3-#5 following)
      popularity of (1860s), 26:38, 43-45; 31:34, 57; 35:113; 43:45-46
   "modern," 43:11, 30, 33 (illus. #16 facing), 37, 51-52
   Neo-classic, 26.40 (illus. #5, #6 following)
   Neo-Georgian, see Georgian, above
   Norman Gothic, 44:185 (see also Gothic Revival, above)
   Palladian, 44:168
   Queen Anne, 26:38, 40 (illus. #15 following), 45, 47, 48; 39:108; 43:46-51 passim;
               44:166, 167
   Regency, 44:135
   Renaissance, 43:45
   Romanesque, 26:40 (illus. #16 following); 39:120-21; 41:117, 126, 127, 128
   Romantic, 26:42-43
   "salt-box," 37:67
   Scandinavian, 42:59
   "Shingle," 11:23; 43:47, 159; 44:167
   "Stick," 43:14, 31 (illus. #8 following), 47; 44:165
   Swiss, 26:47
    “telescope” house, 26:44; 31:33
   Tudor/Tudor Gothic 26:40 (illus. #10 following), 42: 39:108 (see also Gothic Revival,
               above)
   Venetian Gothic, 26:45 (see also Gothic Revival , above)
   "Victorian," 26:37-38; 28:31, 63; 30:21; 35:25; 43:37, 47; 44:159, 163, 166, 189
   See also Architecture; Houses, meetinghouses, etc.
Arensberg, Walter L. (Pittsburgh art collector, c, 1915), 41:23
Arianism, see Religion (dissenting/nonconformist)
Aristocracy, see Social class
Arkwright Insurance Company (Boston), 2:28
Arlington, Massachusetts, 30:20; 32:44; 44:159
   boundaries of, 8:20; 21:34, 35; 39:109
   brickyard in, 42:74
   and bridges, bridge expense, 5:39; 7:55
   burying ground (Pleasant St.) in, 8:22, 24
   Cambridge YWCA in, 36:48
   consolidation with Cambridge proposed (1916), 42:91
   court jurisdiction over, 16:22
   early roads to, 14:35, 50; 28:30; 33:38
   History of (Cutter), 5:42
   included in "Newtown[e]," 9:71, 75; 14:35, 48; 17:93; 21:34; 22:98; 31:61; 39:109;
               42:79; 44:57
   incorporated (1807) as "West Cambridge," see West Cambridge
   migration to (c. 1900), 35:87
   newspaper (Middlesex Townsman) in (1882), 36:114
   opposes enclosure of Cambridge Common (c. 1830), 33:38, 39
   settlement of, 22:66
   street railway to, 20:54; 39:84, 89n32, 94, 99, 101nn71, 73, 104, 105; 42:90
   as village (c. 1845), 22:28
   See also Menotomy; West Cambridge
Arlington Heights, 39:99, 105; 44:11
Arlington Historical Society, 11:82
Arlington Street (Boston), 24:64; 44:11
   Arlington St. Church, 34:125; 43:21
Arlington Street (Cambridge), 14:63; 20:126; 36:101; 38:119-20
Armaments, see Arsenal; Cannon; Revolutionary War (ammunition/powder shortage
               during)
Armenian Church, 42:135
Armory, see Coats of arms
Armory buildings, see Arsenal
Armory Hall (1870s), 30:20
Armstrong, Gen. Samuel Chapman (1839-1893), 17:87
Army, 34:111n
   age of recruits in, see Militia
   barracks for (Revolutionary War), 5:64-67; 14:43; 16:37, 55, 80; 20:99; 22:67; 37:60
      in Harvard buildings, 3:54; 13:37; 23:49; 33:148; 40:115; 42:82; 43:71; 44:67
   (see also Cambridge Common; Christ Church [Episcopal]; "Convention Troops")
   and courts-martial, courts of enquiry (1770s), 11:64, 67, 69; 13:34; 30:68; 37:58
   and the draft
      draft riots (1860s), 2:39; 6:14; 33:48-49
      hired substitutes in, 25:137; 39:13
      protested (watchmen, 1630s), 44:44
   ROTC, 34:11; 40:115; 44:153
   Student Army Training Corps (MIT, 1918), 42:56
   Union, food for, 40:100
   Washington takes command of (1775), 18:47-75 passim; 37:53-61 (see also Washington,
               George)
   See also Arsenal; Cannon; Food; Militia; Military headquarters; War(s)
Arnold, Benedict (1741-1801; patriot, traitor), 5:15, 31; 11:76, 77, 79; 21:100; 30:59-60;
               33:68
Arnold, "Chappie" (orchestra leader, 1947), 39:140
Arnold, Miss Ellen (on "Junior Committee," 1905), 44:109, 116, 118
Arnold, Mrs. James:  Dana letter to (1842), 29:45n48
Arnold, John (of Hooker's Company, 1636) 10:102; 14:91; 22:76 (Map 1), 78
Arnold, John Himes (Law School Librarian, 1872-1913), 41:129
Arnold, Miss Margaret (on "Junior Committee," 1905), 44:106, 109, 113, 114
Arnold, Prof, and Mrs. William R. (Francis Ave. residents, 1915-1960s), 41:28
Arnold, Mr. (at "Junior Committee" party, 1906), 44:116
Arnold Arboretum, 43:14, 72, 79
Arrow Street, 14:34; 15:19; 18:27, 40n2; 22:60, 62, 64
   Phip[p]s-Winthrop house (later site of St. Paul's Church) on, see Phip[p]s-Winthrop house
Arsenal
   Boston, 6:13
   Cambridge, 10:52n2; 16:125; 33:39
      and armory buildings, 6:15; 37:91
      Harvard battalion formed to guard (1861), 6:14; 17:67; 18:42; 20:100-101, 132;
               33:48; 39:13
      history of, 6:5-15; 20:99-101; 33:48-49
      removed to Springfield, 20:101
      site of, 25:119; 31:55, 56; 33:50; 39:13
      as theatre, see Theatre
      Washington Home Guard and "Reserve Guard" at (1860s), 2:39-40; 6:14-15; 30:80 
               (see also Militia [volunteers, Civil War])
   Watertown, 21:21; 37:48; 39:24
Arsenal Square, 20:93; 30:80; 31:56
   naming/origin of, 6:11; 25:115, 119; 33:47-49
Art Club, see Club(s) (at Harvard)
Arts, the, 18:33; 21:50
   art prices, 29:56
   art schools, see School(s)
   Concord Art Association, 43:161, 167
   European influence on, 29:34, 37-38, 42-43, 48-51
   Harvard Art Department, beginning of, 27:11-27 (see also Fogg Art Museum)
   lessons in "sketching" (c. 1880), 30:15; 32:45
   medieval, studies of, 33:86-91
   Puritan view of, 30:29; 43:43
   religion and, 30:29
   Romanticism in, 26:42-43, 96-97. 110, 121; 29:34, 48-60 passim, 67; 33:11, 12
   writings on, 35:63, 72
   see also Architecture; Architecture, styles of; Houses, meetinghouses, etc.; Museum(s);
               Music; Paintings; Photography; Sculpture; Silhouettes; Theatre
Arthur, Chester A. (1830-1886; U.S. president 1881-84), 20:38, 47
Articles of Confederation, 33:71, 72
Artificial Pond (Concord Avenue), 38:114.  See also Ponds and lakes
Asa Gray Garden, see Gray, Prof. Asa
Ash Street, 21:5, 59; 24:13; 39:129, 136
   architecture on, 31:33-36
   as "boundary," 21:96, 109; 28:12
   -Brattle St. intersection, 1:59; 6:34; 16:33; 24:99; 26:50; 31:24, 39; 33:96; 37:13
   Casino on, 31:31-33; 39:126-28
   gasworks on, 25:131; 31:29; 39:126; 42:8
   as "highway" to wharf/landing, 10:10n3, 11n1: 14:33, 63; 22:76-77; 31:25
   laid out, 14:33; 31:22
   -Mason St. intersection, 43:37
   naming of, 31:27 (see also as Windmill Lane, below)
   palisade willows on, 10:20; 31:29-30, 54; 39:126 (see also Fortifications)
   Vassall/Batchelder garden on, see Agriculture and horticulture (private gardens )
   as Windmill Lane, 1:60; 10:11; 21:78, 79, 83; 31:22-27, 38; 37:10, 11, 13; 39:126
Ash Street Place, 31:34
Ashburner, Misses Anne and Grace (c. 1890), 23:77; 25:19; 34:65; 41:34
Ashburnham, Massachusetts, 21:104
Ashfield, Massachusetts:  Academy dinners in, 14:27
Ashley, Professor (lectures at Prospect Union, c. 1900), 40:145
Ashmont (suburb):  trolley line to, 39:102, 106.  See also Street railway(s)
Ashmun, John F. (of Cambridge Book Club, mid-1800s), 25:110
Ashmun, Prof. John Hooker (c. 1798-c. 1831), 11:31; 28:112; 34:88; 41:122
Ashmun, Lucy (sister of John H.), 11:31
Ashton, J. N. (Harvard 1893; music critic), 32:88
Ashworth (with Wyeth expedition, 1830s), 28:49, 50
Aspinwall, Augustus (Brookline estate of, c. 1830), 34:78
Aspinwall, William ("Recorder," 1647), 26:68
Aspinwall, Deacon (of First Church, 1630), 10:89
Associated Charities, see Charity
Associated Harvard Alumni, see Harvard Alumni Association
Association of Ministers in and about Cambridge, 16:97-101 passim; 24:52. 
               See also Religion
Associations, see Society(ies) (organizations )
Astor, John Jacob (1763-1848; fur trader): and Astoria Colony, 2:36; 28:39, 40, 44; 38:80
               (see also Trade and commerce )
Astronomy, 25:76-83, 119; 33:16-19; 35:83; 36:56; 38:69; 43:19, 44:65
   Clark's Telescope, 41:158, 166
   comets discovered and studied (1811-58), 4:88; 25:76, 80, 84; 33:18; 40:12
      Halley's (1835), 33:15, 18
   "orrery" (at Harvard), 29:21
   See also Eclipse, total; Harvard Observatory
Atatürk, Mustapha Kemal, 44:31
Athenaeum(s) (Boston, Cambridge, Hartford), see Museum(s)
Athenaeum Press, 44:81, 82, 83.  See also Printers
Atherton, Col. Abel Willard (1812), 7:77-78
Atherton, Mrs. Abel Willard (Margaret Weeks Duncan), 7:77-78
Atherton, Dr. Israel (of Lancaster, late 1700s), 7:78
Atherton, James (of Dorchester; d. 1710), 7:78
Atherton, Margaret, see Atherton, Mrs. Abel Willard
Atherton, Sarah, see Nichols, Mrs. George Henry
Athletics, see Sports and games
Atkins, Helen Louise, see Edmands, Mrs. John Rayner
Atkins, Sally, see Read, Mrs. William [1st]
Atkinson, Brooks (b. 1894; drama critic), 41:108; 42:113
Atkinson, Edward (1827-1905; Boston industrialist ), 40 : 145, 156
Atkinson, Elizabeth, see Dunster, Mrs. [Rev.] Henry (second wife)
Atkinson, Emily ("Bee" member, 1860s), 17:72; 32:36
Atkinson, John B. ("Jack"; city manager, 1942-52), 35:24-25; 41:11; 44:93, 94, 97
Atkinson, Mr. (Humane Society agent, c. 1860), 6:31
Atlantic Club, see Club(s)
Atlantic Monthly, 31:13; 36:15; 41:62; 44:118
   contributors to, 10:146; 20:70; 32:115; 33:80; 38:52; 39:88n30; 43:30, 56n2
   editors of, 41:31
      Aldrich, 19:28, 29
      Fields, 33:81; 37:89
      Lowell, 4:57, 14:8, 23; 33:80, 83
      Page, 19:29
      Perry, 2:59; 43:20
      Scudder, 19:29
      Sedgwick, 41:34; 42:16
   Dr. Holmes and, 4:50, 57, 41:62
   sale of (1870s), 19:22
   See also Periodicals
Atlantic Monthly Company, 19:22
Atlases (Cambridge), see Maps and plans
Attleboro, Massachusetts:  slave/Negro population in (1754, 1765), 10:63n1
Attucks, Crispus (d. in Boston Massacre, 1770), 30:54; 40:124
Atwood, Frederic H. (Francis Ave. resident, 1952-59), 41:30
Atwood, Peggy (friend of T. Fuller, Jr., 1798), 11:37, 44
Atwood, Thais, see Carter, Thais Atwood
Atwood, Zenas C. (oyster seller, 1816), 8:35
Aub, Mrs. Joseph C. (president of Window Shop, mid-20th c.), 43:105
Auburn Lake (Meadow Pond), 34:84; 44:192 (and illus. #3 following).  See also Mount
               Auburn Cemetery; Ponds and lakes
Auburn schools (Alphabet School; "Female High School"), see School(s)
Auburn Street, 14:51, 67
   Allston house and studio on, 1:65, 11:32n, 25:119; 26:118; 29:36n6; 35:82 (see also
               Allston, Washington)
   Inman house moved to corner of, see Inman house
   known as Brookline St., 14:64 (see also Brookline Street)
Auction prices, see Prices
Audubon, John James (1785-1851, naturalist), 35:12, 14
   Birds of America, 24:86, 87, 28:117; 38:83
Auk magazine, see Periodicals (general)
Austen, see Austin
Austin, Benjamin (1752-1820; Council member, 1770s), 13:20, 39n3, 40, 41, 43.  See also
               Austin, Jonathan Loring
Austin, Charles (shot by Selfridge, d. 1806), 9:11-12
Austin, Rev. Daniel (1840s), 20:97; 22:22; 28:115
Austin, Edward (b. 1802  or 1803; Harvard benefactor), 41:126
Austin, George Lowell (author, 1883), 25:26-27n12
Austin, James T. (1784-1870; Gerry biographer), 33:70-74nn44-57 passim, 90; 34:79
Austin, Mrs. James T. (daughter of Elbridge Gerry), 33:90
Austin, Jonas (bap. 1598; landowner, 1630s), 14:100; 22:76 (Map 1), 78
Austin, Jonathan Loring (1748-1826; landowner), 7:59, 61; 14:43, 51, 64  
   given as "Benjamin," 16:38
Austin, Loring (purchases Orne house, 1826), 13:86; 25:129; 32:101.  See also Hayes
               house ("Havenhurst")
Austin/Austen, Martha [Mary], see Austin, Mrs. Thomas
Austin, Rev. Richard Thomas (formerly Rev. Reuben S[e]iders; m. 1837), 6:21; 38:117,
               41:17
Austin, Mrs. Richard Thomas (Sarah Austin), 6:21; 38:117, 118
Austin, Samuel (1800s; Austin Hall built in honor of), 41:126
Austin, Sarah, see Austin, Mrs. Richard Thomas
Austin, Susan (sculptress, mid-1800s), 38:83
Austin, Thomas (of Boston, early 1800s), 6:21; 41:17
Austin, Mrs. Thomas (Martha [Mary] Frost; d. 1838), 6:21; 9:65; 17:48; 23:78, 80; 41:17
Austin, W. (woodcarver, c. 1760), 23:21
Austin, Miss, school of (1839), see School(s)
Austin, Mr., school of (1840s), see School(s)
Austin Hall (Harvard), 28:115; 33:40; 38:49; 41:26, 126, 129, 130
   architecture of, 25:116, 121; 41:117, 118 (illus. #3, #4 following), 127-28, 131
   site of, 15:38; 25:131; 30:76; 37:51; 42:88
Austin Hotel, see Taverns, inns, hotels, and boardinghouses
Austin houses, see Cooper-Frost-Austin house; Hayes house ("Havenhurst")
Austin Street, 1:56; 14:51; 16:87; 20:64; 22:68; 34:30; 35:83; 36:45, 116; 39:113
   barracks on (Revolutionary War), 16:37; 22:67 (see also Army)
   laid out, 14:43, 64; 16:38
   school on, (1820s), 35:82 (see also School[s])
Austin Street Unitarian Church, 13:110; 39:21.  See also Unitarian Church
Austin's field, 38:117, 118
Australian ballot, see Election(s), political
Autocrat of the Breakfast Table, The (Holmes), 4:55, 63-66; 39:130-31
Automobiles, 42:26; 43:23, 27
   and automobile accident (1915), 11:87; 33:55
   effect of, 42:15
      on Harvard, 41:110
      on historic preservation of houses, 6:16; 39:76
      on industry, 39:27-28
      on location of professors' homes, 41:19
      on public transit, 39:102n73, 103
      traffic problems and pollution, 39:28, 35; 43:35, 80
   gasoline and diesel buses, 39:104, 105; 42:89 (see also Street railway[s])
   highways for, see Streets and highways
   horses replaced by (c. 1915), 32:100
   "livery cabs," 42:130
   manufacture of (in Cambridge), 15:36
   MIT automobile lab, 42:58
   as novelty (and trouble with), 44:106, 109
   numbers of (1890s), 42:126-27; 43:12
   parking spaces for, 34:120; 35:31, 32; 36:99; 37:43, 92; 38:119; 39:76, 141; 40:28;
               42:65; 43:80
      hotel parking garage, 37:39
   Radcliffe rules concerning, 41:146, 147
   rubberized tops for, 40:36
   sale of, 30:16
   speed of (1911). 24:91
      and speed limit (1909), 42:89
   trucks
      on Brattle St., 31:26
      vs. railroads, 40:34; 42:89
   See also Travel/transportation
Avon, Massachusetts, 21:37, 38
Avon Hill, 38:112, 113; 41:137; 42:37; 44:9
Avon Hill Street, 14:64; 38:111-16 passim, 122; 44:12
Avon Home for Destitute Children, see Charity
Avon Place, 38:112, 113, 117, 121, 124
Avon Place Home (Avon Home), see Charity
Avon Street (Boston), 32:98
Avon Street (Cambridge), 14:67; 38:112-13, 114; 41:132, 137.  See also Shepard Street
Aydelotte, Professor (at Swarthmore, 1935), 23:79
Ayer, Clarence Walter (1862-1913; librarian), 3:93; 5:107; 6:33
   obituary, 8:49
Ayer, Mrs. Clarence Walter (Grace Stanwood Blackwell), 8:49
Ayer, Lt.-Comm. Nathaniel F. (1919), 14:116
Ayer, Walter (of Haverhill, c. 1850), 8:49
Ayer, Mrs. Walter (Abbie West Stevens), 8:49
Ayers, see Eayres
Aylward, James (East Cambridge resident, late 1800s), 36:104
Ayres, see Eayres