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The craftsman


Gustav Stickley, Editor
The craftsman
Vol. XII, Number 2
New York, N.Y.: Gustav Stickley, May 1907

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[Frontispiece] "Powerful pictures of outcast, broken and desolate human beings"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. vii

Contents, pp. vii-viii

Eugene Higgins: an American artist whose work upon canvas depicts the derelicts of civilization as do the tales of Maxim Gorky in literature, Spargo, John pp. 135-146

Springtime, Martin, Jean Montgomery p. 146

The leaven of art, Carman, Bliss pp. 147-154

Siegfried's second Rhine journey, Roof, Katharine Metcalf pp. 155-159

The unusual woodcuts of M. Felix Vallotton, Teall, Gardner C. pp. 160-163

A hint of spring, Lee, Agnes p. 163

The primitive folk of the desert: splendid physical development that yet shows many of the characteristics of an earlier race than our own, Monsen, Frederick pp. 164-178

The struggle, Kelsey, Valeria DeMude p. 179

Tiled roofs; the kind of buildings to which they are suited and a method of construction that makes them practical as well as picturesque, Eddy, Arthur Jerome pp. 180-192

Work for the deformed: what is being done to give crippled children a chance to become useful members of society, Buck, Mertice M'Crea pp. 193-204

The three spirits, Barker, Elsa p. [205]

[Suggestions for the simple garden], pp. [206]-[210]

The old peasant of Ollerup, Harboe, Paul pp. 211-214

My world, Ogden, Eva L. p. 215

Craftsman house, series of 1907: number V: brick and plaster construction, pp. 216-223

Home training in cabinet work: practical examples in structural wood working: twenty-sixth of the series, pp. 224-229

Als ik kan, pp. 230-[236]

Notes, pp. 237-242

Reviews, pp. 242-244

Our home department: raising the standard of dressmaking: let the thinkers be workers, pp. 245-252 ff.

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