† Correction made as per Volume 3.
See page 444 for a description of the second series.
||The Saturday Journal, No. 419, gives 1360 words as
the average per column.
||New York Times, May 11, 1920.
||Frank H. Severance (Randm Notes on the Authors of Buffalo, Publications of the Buffaclo Historical Society, IV, Buffalo, 1896, 339-379) makes the statement that Mrs. Arey "established" the Home. She was editor but Beadle established it. He also makes the statement that in 1859 Mrs. Arey and Mrs. C. H. Gildersleeve became the editors of the Home Monthly, which "was the Home enlarged." This is incorrect, for when hte Home was moved to New York and Mrs. M. V. Victor made editor, Mrs. arey at once started a rival magazine in the old Home offices and with a name as closely resembling the original as she dared. See under "History of the Firm," in the book, for the years 1855 to 1860.
||See Part II of this book, for the year 1856.
||To Nebraska in '57. August 19, 1856, et seq.