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The craftsman


Gustav Stickley, Editor
The craftsman
Vol. XII, Number 4
New York, N.Y.: Gustav Stickley, July 1907

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[Frontispiece] Edward Carpenter

[Title page] The craftsman, p. vii

Contents, pp. vii-viii

Music from the Ojibway's point of view: art an unknown word to these primitive people, and song a part of everyday living, Burton, Frederick pp. 375-381

Solon H. Borglum: sculptor of American life: an artist who knows the value of "our incomparable materials", Armstrong, Selene Ayer pp. 382-389

The friend's ingratitude, Harboe, Paul pp. 390-393

Photography as one of the fine arts: the camera pictures of Alvin Langdon Coburn a vindication of this statement, Edgerton, Giles pp. 394-403

The story of a transplanted industry: lace workers of the Italian quarter of New York, Irwin, Elisabeth A. pp. 404-409

"Whom the gods love", Bailey, Carolyn Sherwin pp. 410-414

A little lover, Campbell, Laura p. 415

Albert Humphreys: American painter and sculptor, Spargo, John pp. 416-423

Child wage-earners in England: why the "half-time" system has failed to solve the problem, Cranston, Mary Rankin pp. 424-430

The romance of the window: how it can be used practically to redeem modern city dwellings from monotonous ugliness, Matson, Esther pp. 431-440

Be silent on your blind side, Crosby, E. H. p. 440

Costa Rica's native architecture: a lesson in simple construction and beautiful effects, MacLeod, Campbell pp. 441-445

The deserted house, Lee, Agnes p. 445

The trail of Japanese influence in our modern domestic architecture, Keith, Henrietta P. pp. 446-451

Home training in cabinet work: practical examples in structural woodworking: twenty-eighth of the series, pp. 452-457

Als ik kan, pp. 458-461

Notes, pp. 461-466

Reviews, pp. 466-471

Our home department: Godfrey Blount's free-hand plaster work for interior decoration, Dick, Stewart pp. 472-477

Craftsman willow furniture, pp. 477-[480]

[Importance of interesting windows], pp. [481]-484 ff.

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