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The craftsman
Vol. VII, No. 5 (February 1905)

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THE CRAFTSMAN
VOLUME VII       FEBRUARY                1905           NUMBER 5
                        contents
Portrait of Samuel Milton Jones                        'Frontispiece
    From a Photograph by the Fan Loo Studio, Toledo, Ohio
The Development of the Public Library                         507
       ILLUSTRATED from Photographs lent by James E. Ware & Sons, Archi-
          tecty, New York City
Art in the Home and in the School: Irene Sargent     .        519
    A Selection from  the Child-TYpes of Kate Greenaz'ay
Golden-Rule Jones, late Mayor of Toledo, Ohio. Ernest Crosby . 530
       ILLUSTRATED from Photographs lent by Mrs. Samuel Milton Jones
The Evolution of the Organ. Randolph I. Geare                 548
       ILLUSTRATED
The Future of Ceramics in America. Charles F. Binns           563
The Modern House Beautiful. Antoinette Rehmann                567
Old Pewter Plate. Mary L. Riley                               S71
       ILLUSTRATED
Ornament: Its Use and Its Abuse. Gustav Stickley              580
       ILLUSTRATED
The New Relationship between Artist and Craftsman. J. Taylor  589
The Dominion of the Doll. Charles Quincy Turner               591
       ILLUSTRATED
Craftsman House, Series of 19o5, Number II                    6o3
       ILLUSTRATED
Chips
Notes
Book Reviews
Memorable in the Magazines
The Open Door
Our Home Department
                           Published by
GUSTAV STICKLEY at THE CRAFTSMAN BUILDING, SYRACUSE, NEW YORK
             25 Cents Single Copy       :   By the Year, $3.00
Copyrighted, 1905, by Gustav Stickley.  Entered  November 18, s9oz, at Syracuse,
N. Y., as second-class matter
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