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The craftsman

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Gustav Stickley, Editor
The craftsman
Vol. XI, Number 1
New York, N.Y.: Gustav Stickley, October 1906

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] "To win me that ring, seemeth wise to my thinking"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. vii

Contents, p. vii

Ethics and "The Ring of the Nibelung", Meltzer, Charles Henry pp. 3-25

Rembrandt and his etchings--an artist's record of the dignity and rare beauty which he found in ordinary life, Holman, Louis A. pp. 26-42

From exile, Roberts, Lloyd p. 43

Edward Carpenter, the philosopher: his gospel of friendship and simplicity, Spargo, John pp. 44-56

The artists' colony in MacDougal Alley, where some of our best-known American painters and sculptors live and work, Farnsworth, P. T. pp. 57-69

The power of the ring, Winthrop, Marion pp. 70-79

New York in the making--five hundred million dollars to be spent in reconstructing the city, Griffith, William pp. 80-95

The teaching of truth, Tolstoy, Leo p. 96

The brother of the cross--a story, Richards, Burton pp. 97-99

Dresden Exposition of Craftsmanship, Pudor, Heinrich pp. 100-[107]

[Craftsman work in a village school--through which teacher and pupil become common friends], Bicknell, George pp. [108]-110

"Not a Christian", Crosby, Ernest p. 111

Craftsman house, series of 1906: number IX, pp. 112-119

Home training in cabinet work: practical examples in structural wood working: nineteenth of the series, pp. 120-127

Als ik kan, pp. 128-130

Notes, pp. 130-132

Reviews, pp. 132-136

Our home department: a lesson in making over old books, Buck, Mertice pp. 137-146 ff.


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