This web guide represents a combination of two cumulative
indexes to the Bulletin. The first index was published in 1906 and covered volumes 1 thru 16
(1889-1905); the second cumulative index, published in 1949, covered volumes 17 through 85
The on-line version of the Index presents two different views of the Bulletin articles: by Year and Volume, and by Subject. In addition, an Index of Authors is available.
To view the contents of a Bulletin volume: click on the decade of which the volume is part, then browse through the pages displayed in the right window.
To search articles about a particular subject: click on the alphabet letter - under the title Subjects in the Table of Contents (left window) - representing the first letter in the subject name; then browse through the pages displayed in the right window.
To search articles written by an author, or articles about an individual or an institution: enter the Index of Authors by clicking on the alphabet letter - under this section in the Table of Contents (left window) - representing the first letter in the author's last name, then browse through the pages displayed in the left window. The name of the author is followed by volume:page references (links) to articles written. Click on a link to view the article in the right window.
From the Index of Authors you can return to the Table of contents by clicking on the Return to Table of Contents link at the top of the Index page (left window).
From the Preface to the 1949 Cumulative Index:
This Web edition of the index attempts to reconcile
differences in subject terminology in the 2 printed indices. Most of the subject entries in the 1906
index were transpositions of titles (in some cases abbreviated). First, an attempt was made to
attach a subject entry from the 1906 index to a subject defined in the 1949 index. Only in
instances where this could not be done, was a subject from the first index created. When all
subjects were entered, we made an overall revision, which led to further subject consolidation in
some instances, and elimination of redundancies.