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The craftsman


The craftsman
Vol. IX, Number 1
Syracuse, N.Y.: Gustav Stickley, October 1905

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[Frontispiece] Rev. Samuel R. Calthrop, L. H. D.

[Title page] The craftsman, p. vii

Contents, pp. vii-viii

Samuel Robert Calthrop, L. H. D., the man: teacher, writer, and scientist, pp. 3-13

Two painters of children, Walton, William pp. 14-22

Sincerity in art, Eddy, Arthur Jerome p. 22

Memorials to McKinley: monuments that have been, and are to be, erected in honor of the slain president, pp. 23-35

A recollection of President McKinley, White, Andrew D. p. 35

Modern architecture in review: style and adaptation, Walker, C. Howard pp. 36-40

Education in art, Parker, Barry p. 40

[Civic art in Cleveland Ohio], Roberts, Edward A. pp. [41]-[56]

[The living room, its many uses and its possibilities for comfort and beauty], pp. [57]-70

The life of design, Unwin, Raymond pp. 70-[71] ff.

A lover of the beautiful, Joor, Harriet pp. 73-80

"The sower" of millet, Gautier, Théophile p. 80

[The gospel of simplicity as applied to tenement homes], Smith, Bertha H. pp. [81]-90

The last train home, Jewett, John H. pp. 90-[91]

[Patios old and new: restoration of the inner courtyard to modern houses], Hopkins, Una Nixon pp. [92]-97

The evolution of the Japanese carpenter, Janes, L. L. pp. 98-[103]

[The basket maker], Burdick, Arthur J. pp. [104]-105

Modern concrete construction: an American's home in Jamaica, pp. 106-[112]

Craftsman house: series of 1905: number X, pp. 113-122

Home training in cabinet work: practical talks on structural wood working: seventh of the series, pp. 123-132

Als ik kan, pp. 133-136

Notes, pp. 136-137

Reviews, pp. 137-138

The open door, pp. 139-144

Our home department, pp. 145-150

How one woman is building her home, Milburn, Lucy McDonald pp. 150-154 ff.

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