1911 School Science and Mathematics  
Milton Academy. The relation of school biology to civics, the sequence of laboratory experiments, outdoor work with classes, and college requirements were the topics informally discussed. The undersigned was authorized to communicate with other teachers with a view to establishing a series of conferences, perhaps to be held alternately in Boston and New York. Correspondence is accordingly invited from interested readers of this notice. From the report of the director, Dr. Trelease, we note that
more » ... the collections ot the garden contained 11,764 species of living plants, 655,825 specimens in the herbarium, and 61,654 books and pamphlets. The periodicals received number 1,464. This great mass of material is indexed upon nearly three-fourths of a million index cards.
doi:10.1111/j.1949-8594.1911.tb03370.x fatcat:kvjfiiz5i5boxh3woludijsvgq