This issue of The Berea Quarterly is primarily comprised of the article, "Hostile Legislation Against Berea: A Ruthless Hand Stayed By Appeal to the Constitution," a report of the initial events involved with the Day Law.
The primary essay in this issue, a reprint from Harper's Magazine (May 1915) entitled "Song-Ballets and Devil's Ditties," discusses mountain ballads and music making. Also included is an appeal for funds in support of a new women's dormitory and...
Topics include Mountain Types, Mountain Homespun (weaving), addresses given by President Frost and others at the Berea meeting at the Old South Church, and a biographical sketch of John G. Fee. (21 pages)
This entire issue is devoted to the Lincoln Birthday meeting at Carnegie Hall, including addresses and letters of support of from various persons. President Frost's 8-page address is the lengthiest. (32 pages)