xt79kd1qg96b https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt79kd1qg96b/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky (Fayette County) University of Kentucky Alumni Association 1969 v. : ill. ; 28 cm. Quarterly, Publication suspended 1922 and resumed with v. 1, no. 1 (May 1929); v. 5, no. 9 (May 1933) not published; issues for v. 37, no. 2-v. 40, no. 1 (spring 1966-spring 1969) incorrectly numbered as v. 38, no. 2-v. 43, no. 1; v. 40 (1969) complete in 3 no. journals  English [Lexington, Ky. : University of Kentucky Alumni Association, Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. Kentucky alumnus University of Kentucky. Kentucky alumni 2002- Kentucky alumnus monthly Kentucky alumnus, vol. 01, no. 40, 1969 text Kentucky alumnus, vol. 01, no. 40, 1969 1969 2012 true xt79kd1qg96b section xt79kd1qg96b   `
  1    
  I : V
g I
V  I ¥
J  \ {
4 A g {
.  l 3
A K
I
I
1
1
E
i
\ Y
.. V;`[fit.»·§.;}€€{3?} :&’?‘¥`?*~* V    W4 .-,1   4 . . `
' V?*  -·=»-  .. . V
V . 4 ‘ R.? A»’=     = VV » = ·
._, V T4 4`V‘ if;  :~·2*V·  _i  ·V‘· -. i
  V4 —   ’· : ~»   ~V- /   - A ‘; ,
V. : r s 4 . »     i·» sy .-»-   ··{·*-     , 5   _
· · v ¢ • V ·  2VI.:¢2;4.4;éZ¢e¤Vw·¢ f     . 4 .’ .  #*271   ’V  ’‘=   4»i·V~* ° A?  ’  iw ,
. ’,~ V       4    \   
V ’ - ‘’‘· s   ··_· P@`*?*‘»¤#<- A4: V -~, ,   .   4 .,,4¤;—»»., 4» 4 . . V
4   4 ‘   —·-~  E?Y‘Q4Z$.'Vjv*`»'   ··?*¢*%*=   .;.4,....WV ’··     ,   »V  `
— Q 4       @$54 V V A W,. ,,¤q,:444V»»..4_.;__»·· &  .6 V I
. » V   > aww M. .V~· V ""‘ ,,3 e ,
A : `°T; 5;,..;:;: 2%   A __ , . 4%
· Vg {   4 ;
" ` '·   _A   ’ 3
  W 5;  I ~ .. ~ , 4 ,, ,,»_. 4 ~4..yV;§;>QiF‘.  i
, 4;; Z" Q   4,;,;   ' 'Y‘?;;F>£ 2;%  (
:4. » Q _   ’   "*···:., “   V~;g??`§*°    W
4   V °   . W*°•< V~ "·   V ~»   Vw; ' '°·z-LQ;. i`
,/,,_ X <4 , 4 V~4. \ V   ¤· **4, ~——\ VVV~·   .   .~·». 4 Vc » V .
“ I : "_ ‘ \  _;_;._$,>'*~ >4"#4». .   ` ;q, A — ‘ if *3*, V [
A »V . 44 ~. ,_,. .     VHA ».,}_ __ \__`A   ,4 E ` M A 4 .
4 V 4 . VV E   =-,   .  .V   .4   w   \“*V     VV V .
., 2. “ ‘ ·’        `· ¢V»· —4 —·\   V
`L '   ·_ V ` ‘
` M   . ‘< >°° ‘`‘ VV     .4 , ` ·4 "¤’“V x .
’’` ` ‘=  ,,M;· V V    4   ~\   4  
‘        V- V ' X ·*.V
`· V¢ ¤>;< 444»4 4 —4 `
»4»gj1.f 4¤  egg, ,:_; `»\ »
» VM Am :§_;4.>¤: ···*     ~
` ~ -" -V  A__
J   -..'   ~ » at V  
4      ;.—=   _.     jj .
  uy     A_ _ 
   » 4.»- V 4 V· ¥ .4   °
*rVs§%V:V•;€J  ` V.· A ·V .;
, i.?$ .1;};Z.’ , ‘ 44  
`&?§5%§g;  »»·»‘V;·4 ~° VV s  
§;§§~A\;§`§%  at   A . A ;
; re ‘l`4i’A {gig VV _ ` . ` .
;» ~ » {A ; —
4 V`} ij s V   .
· W} isi; `A : A .`.. V »` ~
l *¤¥1}” A" V ~ N  ·· V
  »·V~     VV — UII]l”1l `
_.;4 g?yJ§4 V ° `= .`   :»   i
  A A ;.;~. 4A 44 ~~ ·     .A
  A‘V._AaA ' A l ~ .   i   ~    `   4 A . L 5
U     _   , 53;;       ` T l
f   V WI ··""°""““?¤<·4i`Vi'*g, wr V 2.3   V-.; V. ~— 4
V · `V J V ¤V·¤—=·   V A 4-fish    4: `   VV V
A, ;; V   ,_V »$ —· gw .  » lg   —— _ - 
. Vf€7€~ _   ; A 4; Y"`     _ f "   ‘· * 4. "Vff V- V4 I
V.V;<%§~V*¢ VV4~ e       §1»4" ;%V   4 4x • 4%
»   .   x M   ~»     jg if » °[ `V   . V
V ‘— · ' · 4 Q  ’ `§,.·¢ ·°;‘ ~· t _
alumni who are active members of the As-   l   Colm`]
sociation. lt is edited by the department of   ‘’‘ 4.;§' lll
public relations and printed under its direc- Hm H
tion. Second Class postage paid at Lexington, ih ll
Kentucky 40506.     Wl
3 ,. ·‘   (lisp];
EDITORS: W. B. Ardery 7-   _,,, ml
Joyce Todd   W   ” ` l ‘l
  »,r.·· flw ¤
DESIGN: Thomas E. Clark, Jr.   .     ‘ lived
Assocwrou OFFICERS:   »».`·   V   ~ will
Charles O. Landrum, president; Joe A li lv ll   ""i:‘* ';£f"  h_
Creason, vice president; Mrs. Joe F. S
Morris, treasurer; Miss Helen G. King, Eileen Floyd phillips ’53, A_B_ Arg “`Ol'¤‘
director of Alumni Affairs Education M.A. Education Cannelton, Cum
  Indiana. Story on page 10. Som?
Thi
 

 ”     ”"·AZT  ·i7·~}w.-§Q         AA A  · ‘* :~  .A A  
  { if "€°E*`?.,Q. {ir .§ A '·=€%·*A     W _A ‘   ‘ . ·{ ié     F     '·V» :,1.   `
  I r ··_§;§!':_' .    f gx ligiib   ·       P l ;3¢       A   ` [  
·   · ;;  <  A     _`;..: i   ‘‘‘” L ` *A" ~·   V?   A   ‘ l   -A ‘
;A ~— —. -* ~;»·¢:*‘ 2· TA     l
      ·,`‘ =       _   ‘     _,
    '‘’·     M   ;;A A»_· grit ··-· A - ‘·.ix =_4   ` ~   A
··  ;..‘r   -  ~   , aff ¤‘& ir: °   Aam¢»z:~<·**€*?”’Tr "   l if  
·* _§_¤4,£—4 .,?-y‘f“**z>>;\ _’ .·¤¤'=-·""'  i ·____f;LT;»·_ —·~* *2***   i { A I     V ·’   M ~"“ · l Qi 
;2?g?°.»;;§&;;AA · _   art a y 1 2   ·
»7— ¤··,,¥§~ - %?T'_’=_ 'A; 4 ·¤ A‘ tv ? - A i fs Az?
  A - -··-     . x 1. A » N H ¢  
_ Ag Tp ._g=t~’   j>*r ·_ Ai .,,,..¤·;»•      * .i  pg   A a *;A A
  l _5#~=?€"'“"`     i   9 A · 1 l A
   ·~»;__;·_   5 :···"·‘~ ___     _`  Q H { · A JA  A
A.— ‘- ‘   .¤ ·¤ "  »‘‘  » =    ‘ , T * V A
_ »·1 fr 7;* ·?_:"M;§»=;l_<.“.·•’A»; E Z  .M 1   1’ I Q A_ V
  — ·      it   , i l    — 
  >·-?";f%`A ~i   f  -_ _ lr;  _;  ? * `   I
if 4 Sei"}? l;3°·¥4?,g§;;%g··£   if    ·-[  gt A   - ·’ =
1:· *’ '-a;p;,,5.1•=—·;—AiiA ‘ {2; _'  I rg A  · A   "
` V2;. _ v_i;j;‘_E;·;A_ `     ; __   { ,   `VV   KQ   E. '_ 
:.1, z  . _§§`\‘_Fj· _·..—.` Y. _1  A J ». __
~! felt   3 “' “ ·   -.ii  P ` -5  
ig;     Y   _} ‘    Q `“""`”"w°7" I   ` 
#2 ..1   V i __  ‘_‘   —     ° A ;° 2
      · {r rr      ~ s s s   { s ·  
i A ‘ éégitii   *` * *   f  T`;  T . its *   it  
A F   tt/’  1 T  — *  gi   ·‘°  ‘ ·A ;  
_ AA       ‘·   ,.2;*             i `I  
.F ,· 4 ‘_       `i    A   sl; i   jé
i Axe i  `    ~§ A ’   it
ti A   i    `I  ¤ · V r “  i‘ . i R A  
    ~A  AA  il  I   t"' Q1 ·A f 
  ·~ A AA `    A } ·» Z   A A ·· Y i A  
A A A “ “‘‘‘     » ;--·» I.L`.Z....A ` " 3 l »  
V - f — N F" "-; )_____ V     I ·    
;     sgi;  ‘ ` _ iQ A , A   _' J ~·-<-·-· ·1 ·-    .,,;A.`.;:;Ar~»:,.¤»s¤·i*,'*n¤~=¤.   .4.   d »‘     w we-z—·A AAA. s A ·
  ;’ ·•""" A ..1: N   ;i··' ' Ae·¢··’       sx   J"` " -:t.,:£.»AM. -~·   A·—   I-  i · -·‘A
;,~ i   by gg       A     ·· em ·.._A     i. ~_.~ , sn  gg; we   zA AA,-...a.q;·e V··~ » f?   · _;  ~ _»»..A,,_,   _   _
V A ..··r· · ». =     ·   A · "_i__A       A       .V__V L _  "  ' _.    
      f K •f Photographs by Perry Struse · _ V  
5  » E
  s A
2  by R. Marslzall Shepherd   i 2
A
i  Dcpurtnzcnt of Public Relations ‘ l  
 i Many universities and colleges in this great country of Kcntucl ltlzlw il P€I`!112l1lc11t collection of Kentucky relies_ he and his son Yvilliam were mOI‘tHll)` \\’0l1Ud€d b)’ 1
 ` 'I I; · · · ‘ , , , · . . . '
  hm KB and ohitcts which have had some bearing on the ll1d1311S· `
  ] 4 ,· ' Y ·_ _. . ~ . . . . ·
y  l·°`({ll—hlh<1 lll \\lll(ll Kentucltians themselves have According to tainily t1`3dltlOl`l, Dtllllei Boone him- j;
 .1v ·‘ .. · V. 1 A- _A - . ., . N. . . . A A ; ·
E  el lsmu tht iaihcst beginnings of the Common- self laid oft the lnstates original tract of land, said
 ·— w ( A  
EA fill- to have been 2000 acres. rust SOlltl1 of the S€ttl€m€`ht  
t· S htm} 15 Jl tdstllhltliig one, inextricably inter- which later became the Clty ot LeX1DgtOh· The PIO}? I
¤‘  WOV ' X . A , _ ' ~ . . _ — F
t C Fnlwlth the M01), and genealogy of the Bryans ot ertv was Slll`\`C\'Cd for \V1ll1zl1U BI`}2`lI`1S $€C`Ohd SOD- 3
 =· Cn ·A ’ t. _ . . ' . ' A _ _ . _ °
·» S0 N kehthklxy, the family whose home it was for Daniel Boone Bryan_ and it was to th1S tract that _·
1]] v v . . . . ’*
; Tliml tcm-S- Boones nephew and namesake came with his wife _- W
gi  IC Bryims have tigllred prominently in the pages Elizabeth Turner and their 11u111e1`OllS Cl`1ilCl1'€H. H€1`€ `_Q `    
  1 Ac
_ `I ` :1·1-·x‘·‘:

     l   he is said to have built the stone house which was  1  1 lm
Q , Y E ‘ later razed by his son ]oseph to make way for the   _  I gm 1
      Q construction of Waveland.     ik ae-,·(§ i wm]
i   3 g Daniel Bryan was a man of great energy and enter-    ‘ ( i
·   ·   prise, He enhanced his own fortunes considerably, F_;    V t Wig}
 i     j and at the same time contributed notably to the de- i i       I  ii;    this
    V     velopment of the area by establishing a thriving t lll  - IA:   must
    1 _     village connnunity right on his own estate. I   `I  I to th
    ;     . A gunsmith, he operated a large shop which at times   li W l . mk,.
if 2 l _     I employed as many as 25 men. He was also a manu- i I     I Il 4. V j Bjer
 5   l   I t facturer of gunpowder and the owner of a blacksmith i     l  i '· I    l mm;
    l   ? . shop, a paper mill and a seminary for young females. l ; `,I L _ i i  . w;I.\,'
y   l   I all of which he seems to have managed with great h l q  IZ I ij    V Milo
5   `   { i success. In addition, he is reputed to have operated.  _ ll 2 if ‘   St"]?
    i ,   y Q at one time or another, a grist mill and a distillery. ·\ " ul Al |  lt'; _*  6  __ Kemp
      Z t   Daniel Boone Bryan’s son ]oseph later inherited the lgl ,.  ’.    _ m di
    l ' E home place, and it was he who built Vilaveland for i       Y gam
      Q his wife, the former Margaret Cartmell, and their   — is tm
  f Q i five children. _ I Odds
3   I i The distinction Of Waveland is Obviously the result F ron! doorway of I\Vauelaml,. an unusually firir·.rrn»,· _ Chi)
    [ i  of careful planning based on the sophisticated tastes gf tim Gmck Rwwal Style m Amcrmh Hi fum     I
 g i y i , inspired by the Ereclitlieum atop the Acropolis at Aylw and]
 {   _ S and needs of its owner. ]oseph Bryan wanted not This dmwm . { k) _ ) ,_ M   iw,
  i i _ _ _ _ _ g is a tu from Clay Lancastrrs aurlrarnw E P
    i . mir é m¤S¤¤¤ suitable for he family imd their wzrmw t»..aaai. are iseiiam rrasa of at ins,  are
 ii   E p   bammatway Of hfe but also ? home Whlfih Weuld publislied by the University of Kentucky Pre.s·s. p Un
.s_ yi V .   reflect lns respect and admiration for classic beauty. i Tam,
    i I { Wayreland had to bg more than just a {ina huusa It graces the facade and the main doorway we.ir<. .
 f   _ Q; iz was to be a monument to his gyvn individuality as frieze inspired by that of the Ereetheum on 1}.  V
 if   {     y well. Acropolis in Athens. Long galleried verandahs .1 __
          1 Washington Allen, a leading contractor of the day, either end of the house soften its L—shaped ans-  
 I     pi E " was hired as builder and foreman for the project. galleries which must have afforded joseph a arr; 
J. _ 5 i   r Among the many slaves on the estate there were deal of pleasure when he surveyed his prosper; 
 i_ .5;;       l capable artisans, stone and brick masons, carpenters, domain from their shelter.  
 .. gi { fi § f iron workers and cabinet makers. Fine lumber was joseph Bryan, Sr. lived on at \Vaveland untilt; 
 =   ,} JQ     Cllt from the YV8V€l9.nd forests, then seasoned and death in 1887 when the estate passed into the lnit 
 *   · l %   dressed on the place. Bricks were kilned from \Vave- of his son ]oseph Henry Bryan. ]oseph llenry. H1!  
 Y l A   i land clay and iron wrought at the Waveland smithy. ried to l\{ary l\{orton Cist of Henry County. inst    
i _ i   L Fine stone f01‘ the fOl1Hd3.tiOf1S Was quzlrried from the lover of horses as well as of the land and it was h€**`t`  if?
 A t ‘ cliifs n€211‘ Ty1'0n€ on the K€nt\1Cl<‘€t·lt~<  
 {T   y   concerning the length of time required for the con- age of 95, but he sold the estate to Mrs Szlllltl ziij
  gi i =   struction of Waveland, it has been estimated by Scott of Nicholasville several years before his dnl? s
      l various architectural authorities that work on the Mrs, Scott then sold it to her son-in-law lznntil iiz
    * ~ I structure may have been begun as early as 1845. Hulett Sr, in 1899 and after his death, his wi\*‘¤V 
        However, neither time, expense nor labor seem to children continued to live there until 1956. Tint 
  ig   ' l13V€°l)€€IlfO1‘lT1lCl8.l)l€ obstacles for ]oseph in realizing the estate was purchased by the LlI11\`L’l°$lt}' lm l·’ Q. 
    l   l'1iS GI`€€l< Revival dI'€3m. College of Agriculture, The following yeilll lllm  
I  i   V   i Though basically unpretentious in design, Waveland land was designated the Kentucky Life Mtntulllll  
    I . i is considered one of the finest examples of "rural" the University and Dr. Hambleton Tapn **1** ll  
 ; ii p li   Greek Revival architecture in Kentucky. Classic in pointed its director.  
    . ll l its Sin’lpliCity and beauty the structure becomes its Since that time the mansion has been l'<’$t0lCd‘t 
E;    i 1 l l0C3tiOI1. CI‘9.C€tL1lly' S€I‘€n€ atop 21 pleasant breeze- its former elegance and l)oauty_ The walls 1\Il(l(`lml ..r
        swept lF;1g, I
 
T places were reopened. Central heating and new wiring history at the University, Waveland has expanded  
for electrical fixtures were installed as well as an and developed in many directions. It was his far-  
n automatic fire-alarm and burglar system. sightedness which led to the creation of a master-plan  
All the rooms have been redecorated and furnished for Waveland's future, a plan which ensures that the
with fine antique pieces appropriate to a house of Museum will be more than just a housing of relics  
fl this calibre. \Vavcland, as a Creek Revival edifice, from the past. As Dr. Tapp sees it, Waveland must V  
must have lent itself admirably and authoritatively relate itself to the needs of today and it is to those l  
tothe furnishings and decor of the American Empire needs that he addresses his seemingly untiring    
St\.](._‘(-Ongideretl the dcrnier cri at that time. flow- ener-gte;    
ever. since its purpose as a museum is to depict the The original master-plan began with the restoration   y  
many facets of life in Kentucky, from the days of the of the mansion and the redecoration of its interior. f , ;
vm·'§yst settlers onward. the furnishings used in the The second step was restoration of the slave quarters) g  
restoration of \Vaveland include examples of all those the rooms of which now contain a complete carpenter’s    
l styles cherished and admired by the 19th Century shop; a printing office stocked with presses and styles . l s
fi l Kpmuekigiri, These range from the often crude. home- of type used by printers of the 19th Century; n enm- V
E made pieces of the pioneer to the sophisticated ele- bined cobbler’s and hamess-maker’s shop; a room of I
V gance of pieces from the limpire period. Cood taste the sort used by plantation slaves for living quarters, i = l
is timeless and good design from one era is never at and a kitchen with an enormous Hreplace. ' \  
_   odds with good design of another era. Thus one finds Also located in the Quarters is the Rare Pieces  
ll!Gffll;ri;_Wi Chippendale, llepplewhite. Duncan Phyfe. Sheraton Room, filled with particularly fine and interesting l
O'm]iX‘m 34; 4_lv ' and Empire displayed side by side with the provincial examples of antique furniture. This special collection l   l
(,r·_`_ Um]w,;.... T pieces of the Kentucky pioneer. All of them would includes a handsome breakfront from "\Vinston," an-   {
_f tho lu,p.L.;, ` have been equally at home at Waveland. other historic Kentucky house; a rare example of  
Press. l Under the capable and devoted direction of Dr. the “plantation desk;” an elegantly shaped sofa from  
Tapp an alumnus and for many years professor of the workshop of Duncan Phyfe. and. perhaps more I  
onvay ynV.tr—
llllll.l..§liQ.  ~  ._ ma ‘. t   »  ess t t   g “
,-shaped tier  M    .  i f    ..     -  
joseph A ;rt tml,  _ ll   .    if E         . ¤` it     l V
,.   i I      if t=‘» [   -  Q   °     l
the ¤‘<‘*1l¢‘*`l·l°’ l _ V —  / Y .   t _`,.  .       Ti" ”`"`` W     _ =  
, yin. sialic   T   i   ..,_   it ié     »aVV     {
in-l;1\\‘]A\lll*`-‘l_ . ·i. _   ———·· * `   l  .      »   l   T i
._ his ~\·i=ll<`l‘l"f  who gave SO UN·$‘lJlIfillgly of his {img (>m·;·gy gm] mmygy [O the (`[(‘[`(’[()])1]l[’llf of his rmcesfftll l10I71U US Hi? U7lfU(`V$`¥l!/ ef  
ll()\l$(` tllll [lll Kcnluckyls lllU—$`Ull171 of KUI]tllCky Lif(’_ T]l(’ A[(b([S$()]] [‘(l]'])(’[ is (Z ))(II`ff(`IIf(Z}`If[ ffllll (lxffnlplc Of   ki’ld' l

 AA `*··£··  _    , _   .       A
  .   ~\».=·—   $2sA; _»·\   `·—»   » .V . · 4..   “     »`·`   ’‘·`     ''`· A SFA ‘’;’ ’ V  “" 
    AAAA  A »`··’=· A   V V V_.,       V.   _   A
    »·—’ . . ——·-·_ A   . V       A ·A   VA · .   A
  A   ».~» V ». . . . S~.€».A*>$*?f  ,;*5 ` A ' A
  A   `-’· s   ·A A V    ‘·  *‘ AA A V . V A
$5; _; ._>;.5;qf=;;.  -A-`· _ ·- A;LA»A . [ AA A ;-;._   .j_1— V A . ..
  .` `     ....   FA . . .. A‘—      R . ‘ A
*9 A . ;§—.e  ·:.=A s     A     A
V FF? ` \<     ..»,A, A     .  ways E V. ~
  _ A   A ¤     K   _A  ·A`»  V;   _ ;A   AA  ,, · _
  `”A`   V A A~   ; A +A “  -.~· AA
  A_ AV; =,\ ;  .   V L . :AA ; A
V   V  .   s V   .   ,»AA A A
  A V     A: _ . V     - .V`» _;
  `A —¥*  A gi   " .   ?   _;. S
  »AAA A A   5. V» .     f .¤ A
.   ;¤A* . ZA A A A Q? V     M, .  . .
K   VJ   ¢ — .   V . A A"  A .  ..» »-`
A     cgi V RA; VV A     .   AA A ‘   ‘-
E   ..Vg;;;iif__   { .~. . .~» _ Es y  ~ Kg  ,- {
A   » A.~`A   A ’   r A , V _ .V».I ,
    A A AAAA   i _ A A A     . A A   V
V     [ _ ,_l_ 1 \  A V _ V .L.;, I  . 
.   ·A . ;: V¢  W · a V · . _ C   ·A—,» .
  Q., . V V V  V;   ¢
A 1     V FA . . M AYAA [A  
. A’ A     V V `“` V ` ·A     % `
Mm —¥A¤* " A ` ‘ F
5 ;i;   A
A A·'" ` .,.2,, V 
» . ,
The Dr. Dan C. Eikin Horam, mnmwl for the LuV¤L·.1»z‘. r. K. nruuky VImAtmA zrlm (I(`}!i(’l`1`d intz·rnalimmI fumu as (A1 ;mV·.V·
in the eld 0 cmAdi0-z:¤1$c11I411A survcrr, while aA}ziu` surszmn at Enwn Uniuemitv, Atlanta.
U .
  W MQ      ,  w rt V Q>   i J V  A "'  "` ’
A      .1;
V .   ,V4r,V   ; M   A   V > J   _
,       ¢ _.     Ap I   V _ , ;     A?
:     _, T I =?VA[V,».>e=7;¢€;  U A:. ,~; . ;· ,_ 4* Af; é s; V .
e       VV       . .   A=A AKA »· V~   · . . , VA   
    V %   Q ’**€¢A1? S    Li   A `Z   QL  `  Q
V V A V     L    V   gl,. I         V A § V ’   .5; <  . . > > I
    V   A-»¢A_   §¢¤».;. VVV ».’A   2 < V . A?   A .» 2
. A   V V »  V Aa  . -.=»   .5A   A .  V,    I             {   -’   -_
z.2z»V;,   V4 V¤A=~a¤*@*   r..   A-A·    M     AV -·   A V" `  “* 2 . ·
"     '     `”   ..  A       . ._ `M A2  V `*‘   I ··
  k A  " _.       V  .,      ’*’”&, »  »  
»·· .»   I ,· V .,..   ·{ A·. Z .   · _.
Q, V @1 * , V   1 " ;§].=A   
  ........   .. ....   . ...     Vw;      · A     V Q ' V    
we  '\.· V J   V T. 
  ~w / ’ >’A »V»· “ ' . = V   2;  
;V¢;7~#>?/{   V M _ 4.  gz; _ V ,   ggX.___;  
A W A '   ¢  ` "   V   AA  
. 4 A    ..V._ · .  EW =*>A~~»V` AA _ 
’* 4*   .... e .    
, A , .—»¤·. . ;, . Q4 ·
  '“ V l »\   K   >
  ·VV-V € •@=§m   AQ _,   -  V 
. . , V . M ` _ 7
/ ;%>>#V"r V ' - , J é"
, " . . `_.  4 ,
Bern R00m ur·nished in the Arnerienn Em me ·S'l‘l[l'?.
7 .

   V V  
QV;  .  
 V V [  
A AAA, * ‘  { ¤V rx ·  K . ~ ·» M; V {M- »y V~ V VV A A A
 2 *V ~..V .      V*   _ V V   "   V.» ," }     {V5;. /z¤,VVV_ . VV
  VV; {V W V  V " *~ V »~ V V ,~ V _ V :·   · * _ pw     I V V VV V V · V
V.   V M M ‘t  ·V V V_ _»f’ *\/  VV/V — {AK aff gr —; .V V     V g
¢.;mi€V V V ·+·· V X , qw, V
:__    {yy; Aww V >_ V V nj V V V [iwlpl . \ V V 1 V V V   _ V I I
  {*5% ' ${,3 V ,,» VV  V e ] .!~ . "“’·· .   ’V · V   ·
  ig -»  ‘V   ‘,`{·w;, .    V. ‘ Q .V ~ ’V·»' _ V Q   V ·z ‘ V-
2 V    ` ik-{      A V; .V < {,>  . t ’   ·   _ V.
  A" VV ‘   ·n Q g.{ V;   B ‘-I,   W *g?{ A V{ ’ I   G V t _3;J
f . M / V   ..1;. *3 V   V  ;VV " ‘ · ' VV = ·· Z
 V ‘ · V {   . -   ‘f:·‘J   \  ‘-V   " -   V V ·   `~——»·   *   A
{ V __ Vg ._ ~ gf{··  Vyw  — ‘*. V V     {jj * _ · V / 1 {V V;
  F.   - \ //’%§€éi‘—A¤V§€%.Q;2   3      AA QA 4* -*’” ‘ T . ·
  \ {      V V-.  _VV V   V ,z V V V [ ‘
  A         A Q "?  V V A - ` ‘ -? V
  ` /     ‘·- *·,r.    V V___V,» ’ V V VV {
;· V. /· s   ·*¢*‘ €’:;g$’   **&g;.;VV ~_VjV  ’< V ‘ V ` i
 -— ·. =· ::2.V V.;,· · ‘  g ;1~~ j/V; -Y1   V{ -·-V . ` V; {   it 1 < ·V
»’V  —  ·V2 *“’ V         Y V
`     V  ;";_.‘f.V»V..CL%g',V ' "· . ; . l   '
 V       ·~# x Vflw V "
?·   — > Vr¥mH   V *  .. V Vx Vg., VV VV
 =   ‘‘*’‘   ·V·· i    .V.    V A — ”. A /   ' ¥
  —   ¥»»¥     A { ~ J {f' · “ V:VV
FAV     V l.\V. {’ ·   VV “  
V ‘_ *` "`   Vjfi é    ‘  ·;__ _ Ax; V   -/V, _V - VU; V
‘*  ` · “—,§7·?":E»f·.§*{?VVVf‘;2· ,’ AW  ·  >V· A.   ‘7:, ’ ‘ ·A lr A “ V ’ V V   3,;: A
  V   · — > .V.,   ·‘     we   V¢$ *  <:.%;V. VV {VV? V V 0* VV   V   VV.¢ . ~ V·
..» V V `V V V.·»V»2,..   ,,,;.:5,,4 . - ~. VV V ,  
‘-   4 {V   ` “1g;,.’;g$V:}!t~$;·;,, Cmnt  V,     —":"·,_~·-l-—·~`,__..;  ___ ’ V   _· V . V   V { · V ~
V V V ,V.VV.>V$  .V§¤g·~ _ _ _ A .;lV,,V  V VV  »·,. VV V V,,,_-—..,, `V__ .VV__ V V ., .. ( , V. 24 _
J VV   { ·   .==¤C·.·~ `‘-- = 1·<{¢';V.;_ *».#m» ‘”    ;;E;·53:;V VV  { · ,;·-   V- —
  - ~       A  ~ P  T      ·, .V. , -·  ‘ *· ~“—·-  QV; ·{   V " ··V_‘ Z V   _— V g
- ·         .~¢.¢{V. w2‘.·· V  V  AJ h&·5Vé·{;. V · · .· V av * - . VM-»·,·A VVVV V · Vg   V~  
< ,V;VV.V ____ V  ;:;;Q,§aVV?=·  _ ??<~ r · V. . .   Vi ··,,¢ V V VV VAV, _V {»v;~;.,;_   ?_@_vVV$_V3 V   V _
 A A- V  ‘*   `   " $2 ig·%°<‘.     X ’A Vkxrifi *r3#.,§j" ?£v—_*1;A.Q· Vai?   V 3
VQ r _  V}g__L.--  ;$:’;@T`!§z·» A     V   {gf V _   VV V. V   { I N _ · 
  {V  nix.      -" ‘ V . V  ;»;% 2 :VV ¤ V V ~` .
  —V 'V ·V V V   ’¤· ‘ - .VVVVV VVVVV  2. 1 e   3i-e—-· i ` V ‘
  V V g'     Z.-  . Y V     1 .
—`  VLVVVVL1 l ava g ’ V " ; Q   -V»V »¤~;¢i·:z7{w"  ·  Vr¤{   V ` V 
`  V ·r-# ·:r»·" VVf'· "  · ~ *A " *‘   V V E ' ` Z 5f, . V  V;5x»~VV{»g{ :{ ’   Vi'?     5 1
VV-V      V __ { ;:.V:{  V. ·=‘’   f  · . 2  ~        · V ‘ 
 1 V   V.     · V"'   -·»·’*‘*    VV  V.$;i¢ V2;;’ *   V`      ·{ ·V ` · — · ·
A  `  ‘ .V.. V V ...V. V .VV.V   V ..,,9 ·    · ‘ V V · 1  
. _ ~ V - V · _ V *4:.      V    1 * V
  { · ‘V . ‘ ‘ .   Fr·* -·  * * 9    *» :  VV:  V-··V   ‘= *"  · ‘ V
~ V_ V;___ J,. .  gJj‘y»·gjj&j§§§;J  5 ‘,  _  ~ ',»·Z‘“`“` ¤   . l { E
 V VVV ,V _  V,  ____ — _, · V  · } _ i f V · r ., . {@7  ·*¢ .·  V    ~V $* 3 ·agV> V r _`_{ g   V ‘· { `
·V  Séiumfs Quarter; V V_ -.  
IIC (IS (I ]}l0Yl{[7  ‘  
 - > _ _1   _ VV V > ` { V  
Q A     { ~` * `   / ’`V “   ·  V V .  
’  V §·5‘ V · " V  ‘{" *’‘‘~     »_  
A     A     VVV._=‘ -*
  TV V V .·.,   ( E
 A   AA;&» ·;.?’ `·" V  §»¥A   $ A
 · ‘`·.   ‘   r · V
     *~ :{  ’ ` M - ’ ~    ·=.·     } i V
· ¤V..  {—;;jis;V>Vj{~5?:{<       V . ‘·‘· ~—~»... I y   ét°;‘VV,?i3E*·~-  _VV· V .
. ¤;V -   ° “* JFM -  ··    ¤~¤   g “ {
AL   . -V·;-.»i·-·.€Y` #-l·" — »·-·= =VTV;VI.VVV.V  V O ig A. ..9  A A   ‘ E 5
AA   ‘  <"?¤ >i> · ‘ ’ =~ '·’· · ·   2Ei 1  ` '   5
 ,.  *  V£,;:y[.>V.V ·v t···¤< V   - {   ·=·.V~ V..V ’ ; to <.2»g¢ _   ··=   .0 - ,
  A·· Y  §$‘?%*¥.·· - ‘ `A . V \ · AA V V A*q’”’;***·  A     * <
A · 2   E.  . V V · ‘   VV·-   V   —Qi;=·  ¤
QI V V  ¥;AVV·E~ A V ` i       ‘   ’ T
 J · if    . VV V ‘ V .. V   ’ "A “  ' · `4’¤=  E
Q  `A `  VA; ·.   ‘ {QQ   ··`{ V< AR .—     ` V AA !
i VA  -, V;.. ”· A   .     VV · V   .... . V ; i
· . M ‘* V VV · V G   VV...~ _V .  " ··>·*·~’·*· ` ;
‘ AA    VV.  . V V ·»‘“i `V   VV VV.—   °`? `— ° “   V A V V V V..VVV `
‘ AQ      V7—V . A A A A  !`; "`A V   VV   ```` ’A { ‘ AA A   V V    
.V V 1 Z   " ’ * · V * A * .  ` V V ’ · ·~“’ V V     V
  V V. .V.V  V —·· `~     —
<       L       — g   * V _ V _ I `   V g V, V  
  ‘ " ? .(=’VVgV  . . i V V i?  :5 S" · A` — V V V. ....   V'
’ · J   ‘  ” `:*~ Vw         V V S   ‘{ ·-Z V.NA`%A V.   ·`·· - ` } V A AV A ’
4 V         V;   _ V _; _» _ ·   yr-V-V  ne.: V.V. »»~   V F .2 ;   jj·;—V....;;V I; V. . V ` _
”   _  . V _ A`  V _ ` V     _ _ VV   _`     Tk > VVVVVV A~*"sY;ig;`   .V; V > _ V
` P  'V · ·{     *"*'°` `   ¥ 6* QV .-—. .   ¤· »~—»*-»"  E ?   {  T:   `A · ' V
i   ;’  l    4 ;,;;: ~   — —~··-   `  `. Vf `- V x   V.;  VV.; U ` i   __ A V
V V VVVV.. s ;  V “ 7* °   #~     V ~V V— ~...   V =;··· V1" *` V ~    ·~ V V J VV V V
V-V5?  V   I   : =  ‘#._  ' · V§—   ..   V  _?       . VV — VV_V T `   · 1
A     A A A A AAS § ·   ~ » .»{  * A ” ‘ V .‘`V  *   "   — — V       V ·
V. = Q   Q   _ VV,  V V. V; S V? V V; ~.      _— V · VV.V. ~  _ V   V V
s--»-{ V · .  _.V_  ii \  g  _V..$··   ·_  eV    VV       " V  ‘   r     A V
.V    * - V · V__     QL ~A\  A A  \~·~   ·‘VV V . ‘ "  `\.   V ` ` °     V °  
    `A .»‘  »**jQ, .. KV x V ’ gf   VV V` `    QV    ‘ V.  ..      V - Vx ___ VV   _ V ·   _; V
%***F*V·¤;VV—V— V u   VW T" z V .-V~— `   _ ;   ~ .V —·~{ V — - ` ***-1.  — V—~ T· r  VVV. ‘ `·¤=’>$~’¢£     = .. L `—-*-Tim; ·.
  V.V. .  '    f  QN;. * .~»· ·,. V..V A ··   » R  W ` `   VV‘??§==°‘* ~  5 `   ‘i‘ == 2 V _"’~·: sl "=;iV  ‘
  ~—    - ‘ ‘A»``°   `i·· V     :»¢V— —» ‘ · —·        
  V A  V..,. V V V. Vw.;  A Q Q. V  VV V V ., . V ~V>    V V Qt VV VV ,4·»,¤.V ..   .. V V V
.·»~=  VV   .   3;- _ VV V»·V—~ — V - T · · VV s V . — »·; ¤¢Vx~._¤,~VV —:V  VV   ¢V—..L V__