April 1957

Volume 8
Issue 3

Features 

The Civil War soldier marched to his own individualist cadence, but he was much like today’s G. I.

Itinerant primitive painters dressed up the farmers and the burghers as they hoped posterity would remember them

Single-track lines run by one-track minds gave the reformers of Boston their biggest cause since abolition

Five successive Benjamin Harrisons created a private empire of tobacco and trade and a great Virginia plantation

Blamed for the misdeeds of others, President Grant left his name on America’s sorriest Administration

Two adroit diplomats successfully prevented an open breach between London and Washington during the Civil War

The Monte Carlo capers of U. S. Steel’s new president outraged Andy Carnegie but never ruffled J. P. Morgan

A private interview with F.D.R. April 7, 1944

April 1957

Departments 

LETTERS TO THE EDITORS

READING, WRITING AND HISTORY