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The craftsman


The craftsman
Vol. XVII, Number 4
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, January 1910

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[Frontispiece] Mrs. Everett Wiltsee and her baby son

[Title page] The craftsman, p. iii

Contents, pp. iii-iv

Are we becoming "civilized" too rapidly, Roberts, W. Carman pp. 355-359

Pictures at the recent New York Water Color Exhibition characteristic of American life, pp. 360-366

Canterbury Cathedral: a history in stone of Gothic architecture and of the life from which it sprang, MacDonald, M. Irwin pp. 367-381

A plea for the operetta as a means of sincere musical expression in America, Eaton, Walter Prichard pp. 382-390

Town planning in theory and in practice: the work of Raymond Unwin, Stickley, Gustav pp. 391-401

Spanish life and landscape as painted by Luis Mora, pp. 402-408

Barry Parker: an architect who designs houses as a whole, and according to need rather than precedent, pp. 409-416

At Hayes-Barton: the birthplace of Raleigh, Holman, Edna Bourne pp. 417-424

A song of content, Michaux, Edith Vaughan p. 424

The interest in civic improvement, Robinson, Charles Mulford pp. 425-428

Marie, Barker, Elsa p. 429

A Craftsman house that shows the development of a new idea, pp. 430-435

Two typical California houses, showing vigor and originality in plan and construction, Gaut, Helen Lukens pp. 436-443

Honiton and the revival of lacemaking in Devon, Lord, Katharine pp. 444-451

Furniture and fireplace fittings for home cabinetmakers and amateur metal workers, pp. 452-457

The best lighting for country houses: some facts about acetylene gas, pp. 458-460

Good domestic rugs that are within the reach of people with moderate means, p. 461

A New Year's greeting to the friends of The craftsman, Stickley, Gustav pp. 462-464

Paris fashions and American women, pp. 464-467

Notes, pp. 467-473

Reviews, pp. 473-480 ff.

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