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1917 January vol. 1, no. 2

Issues 2 and 3 were published in 1917.  Main concerns throughout these issues include: art advocacy, art education, art scholarship, museums, reproductions, national interests, and the future.  The Program reports for the fifth annual CAA conference, as presented in vol. 1, no. 2, document discussion devoted to the future of art education, singling out The Future Artist (from p. 18), The Future Museum Worker (from p. 20), and The Future Writer on Art (p. 21), and the Future Layman (from p. 22).

For an overview of early concerns of the CAA, see Susan Ball, “The Beginnings: “Art for higher education and higher education for Artists,” in Susan Ball, ed., The Eye, The Hand, The Mind: 100 Years of the College Art Association (New York: College Art Association and New Brunswick, NY, and London: Rutgers University Press, 2011), pp. 19–31 and notes, pp. 256–260. 

1917 November vol. 1, no. 3

Following the format of the previous issues, the program and papers of the Sixth Annual Meeting were presented in a difficult to read scrolling format without page breaks to mark where articles begin and end. Titles and authors' names are in a smaller font size than the body of the text.

This issue includes the first art historical paper (as presented at the annual conference) with illustrations: 
GEORGE HENRY CHASE, The Meleager in the Fogg Museum and Related Works in America (pdf).

This issue contains the first table of contents, listing each paper presented at the sixth annual conference (in order of presentation rather than alphabetical order).

(All remaining timeline entries include a view of the Table of Contents of the last issue mentioned so as to permit comparisons of varying features and numbers of contributions over the history of the journal, and to illustrate changes in format made to enhance legibility and facilitate the retrieval of information.)

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