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The craftsman

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Gustav Stickley, Editor
The craftsman
Vol. IX, Number 6
Syracuse, N.Y.: Gustav Stickley, March 1906

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] Portrait of William M. Chase

[Title page] The craftsman, p. xi

Contents, pp. xi-xii

The national note in our art--a distinctive American quality dominant at the Pennsylvania Academy, pp. 753-773

Learning to be citizens: a school where boys and girls of all creeds, races and classes of society work together, pp. 774-788

[Social work in British factories], Cranston, Mary Rankin pp. [789]-801

The opera singer and the American audience, Roof, Katharine Metcalf pp. 802-810

[The beautiful interior of the Minnesota State Capitol], Whitworth, Grace pp. [811]-818

Town or country, from the rustic renaissance, Blount, Godfrey pp. 819-823

Ideals, Thomson, O. R. Howard pp. 824-825

A landscape painter who has discovered the color values of western plains, Ruge, Clara pp. 826-836

The scarlet trails, Roberts, Lloyd p. 837

The sculptured jewelry of an Austrian artist and craftsman, pp. 838-[839]

[Porches, pergolas and balconies, and the charm of privacy out of doors], pp. [840]-845

Telling history by photographs. Records of our North American Indians being preserved by pictures, pp. 846-849

The master workman: a story, Richards, Burton pp. 850-853

The craft of the potter, Binns, Charles F. pp. 854-856

[Possibilities of the bungalow as a permanent dwelling], Thomas, Harlan pp. [857]-863

Home training in cabinet work: practical examples in structural woodworking. Twelfth of the series, pp. 864-869

Als ik kan, pp. 870-872

Notes, pp. 873-875

Reviews, pp. 876-877

Our home department: washable wall-covering, pp. 878-885

Simple bedroom and furnishings, p. 886


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