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The craftsman

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Gustav Stickley, Editor
The craftsman
Vol. X, Number 2
Syracuse, N.Y.: Gustav Stickley, May 1906

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] Mr. Louis Sullivan, architect

[Title page] The craftsman, p. vii

Contents, pp. vii-viii

What is architecture?--a study of the American people, Sullivan, Louis H. pp. 143-149

Folk-lore of a vanishing race preserved in the paintings of Edwin Willard Deming--artist-historian of the American Indian, pp. 150-167

The "new-old school of Japanese art"--landscapes that have the modern spirit with traditional methods, pp. 168-[175]

[Artist and silversmith--how one man worked to be a successful designer], pp. [176]-[179]

[Work of the People's Institute asoriginated [as originated] and carried on by Charles Sprague Smith], Russell, Edgar Alexander pp. [180]-189

In the firelight, MacDonald, Elizabeth Roberts p. 190

The Dutch woman outdoors, p. 191

Japanese architecture and its relation to the coming American style, pp. 192-212

The bridge keeper, Sweet, Frank H. pp. 213-218

An east side music school--how art helps to make good citizens, Roof, Katharine M. pp. 219-228

Window gardens and vines, pp. 229-[235]

[Handicrafts back in English peasant homes], Dinsmore, Alice pp. [236]-245

A woodland hillside--half an hour's ride from New York, Carrington, James B. pp. 246-249

Home training in cabinet work: practical examples in structural woodworking. Fourteenth of the series, pp. 250-253

Craftsman house, series of 1906: number IV, pp. 254-262

Als ik kan, pp. 263-265

Notes, pp. 265-268

Reviews, p. 269

Our home department: "fancy work" as a phase of industrial art, pp. 270-276 ff.


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