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The craftsman

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Gustav Stickley, Editor
The craftsman
Vol. XI, Number 6
New York, N.Y.: Gustav Stickley, March 1907

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] "The Young Mother"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. vii

Contents, p. vii

Is America selling her birthright in art for a mess of pottage? Significance of this year's exhibit at the Pennsylvania Academy, Edgerton, Giles pp. 657-670

The moral effect of the tourist upon the native: the danger of adaptation without assimilation, Roof, Katharine Metcalf pp. 671-676

O Earth, sufficing all our needs, Roberts, Charles G. D. p. 677

Frederick Monsen of the desert - the man who began eighteen years ago to live and record the life of Hopi land, Akin, Louis pp. 678-682

The destruction of our Indians: what civilization is doing to extinguish an ancient and highly intelligent race by taking away its arts, industries and religion, Monsen, Frederick pp. 683-691

Evolution of museums in England and American - what has recently been done to increase their educational value to the people, Dinsmoor, Alice pp. 692-711

Callum's co'tin' - a plantation idyl, Sweet, Frank H. pp. 712-727

A protest against fear, Smith, Pamela Colman pp. 728-[729]

[Suggestions for home gardeners], pp. [730]-[734]

Harmony between landscape and architecture achieved in the building of the College of the City of New York, Kelly, F. F. pp. 735-741

Three Craftsman log houses: series of 1907: number III, pp. 742-755

Home training in cabinet work: practical examples in structural wood working: twenty-fourth of the series, pp. 756-761

Als ik kan, pp. 762-[768]

Notes, pp. 769-774

Reviews, pp. 774-777

Our home department: individuality in dress: Easter hats, pp. 778-784

The revival of a primitive form of batik, pp. 784-790 ff.


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