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TO ADAMS SHERMAN HILL
EVERY PART OF THIS BOOK THAT WILL BEAR HIS SCRUTINY IS AFFECTIONATELY DEDICATED
OF the papers collected in this volume the “Commencement Address at Wellesley College” has been printed in pamphlet form; the “Address to the School Children of Concord” appears in the memorial volume issued by The Social Circle in Concord and is reprinted with the permission of John Shepard Keyes, Esq. ; “The Mistakes of College Life” belongs in a volume of Belmont (California) School Talks and is printed here with the permission of Mr. William T. Reid; “Harvard and the Individual” is reprinted from the Boston Transcript with the permission of Mr. E. H. Clement; and “Mater Fortissima” has appeared in the Harvard Graduates' Magazine.
The book, like its predecessor, “School, College, and Character,” contains no new ideas and only a few old ones. In