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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Vol. VI, No. 2
Syracuse, N.Y.: United Crafts, May 1904

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] Berlin: sieges-allee (avenue of victory) in the Thiergarten, p. [113]

Contents, p. [114]

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 115

Parks, Bush-Brown, H. K. pp. 115-124

The town beautiful, Stone, Susan F. pp. 125-129

Modern jewelry, Pudor, H. pp. 130-135

A comparison of critics, suggested by the comments of Dr. Pudor, Sargent, Irene pp. 135-141

Women gem-workers of the Far East, Halliday-Antona, Annetta pp. 142-144

The art of Japanese gardening, Karasawa, T. pp. 145-149

About saké and the pleasing art of saké-sets, Percival, Olive pp. 150-153

William T. Dannat, Dayot, Armand pp. 154-161

Clay in the potter's hand, Binns, Charles F. pp. 162-168

Essentials in country house structure, Glover, S. Albertson p. 169

[A Craftsman house, series of 1904, number V], pp. 170-176

A summer home for five hundred dollars, pp. 177-180

A Clarkson Crolius jug, Short, Elizabeth M. pp. 180-182

Art or no art? who shall settle it?, Morris, William pp. 182-184

The dull level of life, Morris, William pp. 184-186

The craftsmen of Persia, Reed, E. A. pp. 186-188

The revival of handicraft, Bangs, W. M. pp. 188-192

From Georgian times, pp. 193-197

[The California missions: V. the Spanish missions of the southwest], James, George Wharton pp. 198-211

Chips from the Craftsman workshop, pp. 212-213

Book reviews, pp. 213-216


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