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Edgar Lee Hewett: his biography and writings to date, by L.B. Bloom.--Hewett, the realist, by A.S.Riggs.--A half century of achievement, by P.A.F. Walter, Sr.--Ceramics and chronology in the Near E ast, by W.F. Albright.--The horse in American Indian culture, by H.B. Alexander.--Notes on the geography and archaeology of Zape, Durango, by D.D. Brand.--Anthropology and education, by Lyman Bryson.--Early days in Utah, by Byron Cummings.--The poetry of Indian songs, by Frances Densmore