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The craftsman


Gustav Stickley, Editor
The craftsman
Vol. X, Number 6
New York, N.Y.: Gustav Stickley, September 1906

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[Frontispiece] A skyscraper over a thousand years old discovered down in Yucatan

[Title page] The craftsman, p. vii

Contents, pp. vii-viii

Tikal--the first American civilization: "skyscrapers" over one thousand years old discovered in Yucatan, Griffith, William pp. 687-[699]

[Some art colonies in Brittany--great painters who have found their inspiration in the mysterious charm of this simple land], Quigley, J. pp. [700]-[712]

A practical memorial to a great woman, Matson, Esther p. 713

A new civilization--what New Zealand has accomplished by her experiments in social and economic legislation, Kelly, Florence Finch pp. 714-729

The International Exposition at Milan, Italy: America not represented, pp. 730-736

What Edward Carpenter says about Walt Whitman in his latest book, pp. 737-746

Two lives--a story, Sweet, Frank H. pp. 747-751

Some queer laborers--where peaceful living is preferred to money making, Holder, Charles Frederick pp. 752-[762]

The commercial value of the wild, Barnard, Charles pp. 763-766

Parallelogram Park--suburban life by the square mile, Caparn, H. A. pp. 767-774

Four in the open--chronicles of a summer holiday, Burnett, Vivian pp. 775-783

Craftsman house, series of 1906: number VIII, pp. 784-793

Home training in cabinet work: practical examples in structural wood working: eighteenth of the series, pp. 794-799

Als ik kan: the menace of riches: "what shall it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose his own soul?", pp. 800-804

Notes, pp. 804-808

Reviews, pp. 808-810

Our home department: philosophy, art and sense for the kitchen, Salmon, Lucy M. pp. 811-817

Craftsman furnishings: an art-lesson for children, pp. 818-820 ff.

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