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The craftsman

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Gustav Stickley, Editor
The craftsman
Vol. X, Number 1
Syracuse, N.Y.: Gustav Stickley, April 1906

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] Study in green and black

[Title page] The craftsman, p. vii

Contents, pp. vii-viii

Tendency toward an American style of architecture. Its development traced, Sturgis, Russell pp. 3-17

The making of a modern stained glass window--its history and process, and a word about mosaics, Lamb, Frederick S. pp. 18-31

Adaptation of public architecture to American needs, with promise of the development of a national style, pp. 32-45

John W. Alexander, artist. A study in determination, Farnsworth, P. T. pp. 46-53

Mural painting--an art for the people and a record of the nation's development, pp. 54-66

The special intention of Guiseppe, O'Hagan, Anne pp. 67-74

Daniel Chester French's four symbolic groups for the New York Custom House, pp. 75-83

The marine mosaics of W. Cole Brigham, pp. 84-85

The garden, Pollock, Frank Lillie pp. 86-[87]

[A great iniquity: extracts from the famous letter on land ownership in Russia], Tolstoy, Leo pp. [88]-97

The story of the Architectural League, Howe, Samuel pp. 98-100

The art of expression--its importance in business, Russell, Edgar A. pp. 101-[105]

[Craftsman house, the bungalow: series of 1906: number III], pp. [106]-113

Home training in cabinet work: practical examples in structural wood-working: thirteenth of the series, pp. 114-117

Als ik kan, pp. 118-120

Notes, pp. 120-124

Reviews, pp. 124-128

Our home department: French new art lace, pp. 129-133

The craftsman's open door: suggestions of interest to home-builders and home-makers, pp. 134-139

The craftsman scrapbook, pp. 140 ff.


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