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1944 March vol. 26, no. 1

Announcement in front matter of adoption of double-column format due to paper shortage caused by the war. 

First thematic grouping of articles since 1927, vol. 10, no. 1.  Three articles on Buffington skyscrapers:
HUGH MORRISON, Buffington and the Invention of the Skyscraper (pdf)
DIMITRIS TSELOS, The Enigma of Buffington’s Skyscrapers (pdf)
MURIEL B. CHRISTISON, How Buffington Staked His Claim: An Analysis of His Memories and Skyscraper Drawings (pdf)

This trio of articles signals developing of interests in new fields as architecture and modern/contemporary art were infrequent subjects for the first decades of The Art Bulletin. 

Table of articles by subject matter (1919–1944) from Craig Houser, “The Changing Face of Scholarly Publishing: CAA’s Publications Program,” 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. 47–87 and notes pp. 262–268, at p. 54.

June vol. 26, no. 2

Announcement in front matter of new CAA series of Monographs on the Fine Arts, which was to be published until 1999.

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