This little volume will, besides, serve a double purpose. It will recall to old girls a ﬂood of happy memories, and show them the faces of many a companion in frolic and excursion. By the aid of the keys, they will be able to identify and recall half — forgotten faces and names, and the-episodes of camp life associated with them. But besides this most important function of the book, we hope that it will give to parents and friends, who have never seen the life at Aloha, a fairly dis tinct impression of the charms and attractions of the camps, their altruism, their animation, their good cheer, their democracy, their industry and their unity. An emphatic 'word of appreciation is due to Mr. Harry Haywood for his indefatigable labors generously given from his otherwise busy hours.