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VOLUME XIX CONTENTS FOR APRIL-MAY NUMBERS 4-5 Frontispiece, Portal of the Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris
In connection with "Zoological Sculpture in Relation to Architecture," page 449 New College of Fisheries in the Northwest.
.. HUGH M. SMITH A new branch of technical education inaugurated by the University of Washington The Red Salmon..
. DAVID STARR JORDAN 370 The New Gaspé Bird Sanctuaries..
..JOHN M. CLARKE 373 Notes on Our Hawaiian Reservation.
ALFRED M. BAILEY 383 Alexander Wilson....... Quotation from The Kentucky Warbler by James Lane Allen, through courtesy of Author and Publishers...
397 Thomas Jefferson's Contributions to Natural History...JOHN S. PATTON 405
Jefferson's political activities have tended to crowd out remembrance of his wide interest and investigations in American natural history. It was his scientific zeal which prompted
him to sponsor the Lewis and Clark Expedition War Impressions of French Bird Life....
LUDLOW GRISCOM 411 Conserving Our Natural Resources of Sugar.
...E. F. PHILLIPS 416 The Evolution of the Human Face..
WILLIAM K. GREGORY 421 The bones about the orbit of the eye in the human skull can be definitely traced back through
an evolutionary series to homologous bones in the primitive fish The Wars of the Wind at Timber-line.
. Esos A. MILLS 427 Art Motives in Snow Crystals....
HERBERT P. WHITLOCK 437 Among the infinite forms of snow crystals are to be found geometrical designs for textiles, jewelry, and china
Microphotographs of snow crystals by W. A. Bentley Cinema-microscopy an Essential to Modern Science and Education...
.CHARLES F. HERM 111 Zoological Sculpture in Relation to Architecture
.S. BRECK PARKMAN TROWBRIDGE 449 The history of the architectonic use of animal and human designs from the Cro-Magnon cave sculpture to the present day illustrates the necessity of a blending of architectural and sculptural form, restrained and stylized with the repression of all unnecessary detail. Both an. cient and modern sculptural realism have marked periods of architectural degeneracy
Illustrations from photographs of a series of Assyrian sculptures in the British Museum Wild Life in Art.....
.CHARLES R. KNIGHT 461 Critical review of a recent exhibition, at the Brooklyn Museum, of contemporary American art
dealing with plant and animal life Zoological Statuary at the National Capital.... .R. W. SHUFELDT 471
Recent statues by Proctor in Washington illustrate the sculptural possibilities in native big game
With photographs of Washington zoological statuary by the Author Studies in Aquiculture or Fresh-water Farming... .. FRANK BAKER 479
By systematic study of the life conditions in our lakes for fresh-water fish we may still fur
ther utilize these as valuable sources of food supply Quest of the Ancestry of Man....
489 Organizations to stimulate anthropological and archa o'ogical research and investigation of
the problems relative to the origin and early history of man A Letter from John Burroughs....
191 Reply to Mr. Burroughs by Dr. W. D. Matthew.
M. C. DICKERSON, Editor
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PORTAL OF NOTRE DAME TO ILLUSTRATE SCULPTURE IN CORRECT RELATION
TO ARCHITECTURE The world rejoices with France that the war did not reach Paris Every figure in this portal of the Cathedral of Notre Dame, in Paris, expresses with infinite skill the beauties of Gothic architecture-the pose of the heads in the tympanum, the lines of the draperies and the shadows are all designed with reference to the structure. Even the voussoirs of the great arch are expressed by the shadows under the canopies over the saints' heads. The central post is the acme of architectonic sculpture
-From "Zoölogical Sculpture in Relation to Architecture," page 449