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The craftsman


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

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[Frontispiece] "Winter"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. iii

Contents, pp. iii-iv

With prayer and fasting: a modern Thanksgiving story, Pottle, Emery pp. 125-134

Satisfaction, Sabin, Edwin L. p. 134

Jonas Lie of Norway and America: a painter who has found the secret of suggesting on canvas nature's manifold moods, pp. 135-139

Things English and Japanese: more of the unpublished letters of Lafcadio Hearn, Edwards, Osman pp. 140-148

A Thanksgiving hymn, Pottle, Emery p. 149

Photographic studies of home life: how one woman has developed a pastime into work that possesses great individuality and charm, pp. 150-157

The handicraftsmen of the Blue Ridge: a simple, home-loving folk who have lived their own lives, heedless of the march of events, Erskine, Ralph pp. 158-167

Concerning sawdust piles, and the things that vanish when the lumber camp appears, Ward, Grace E. pp. 168-172

The personality of Albrecht Dürer, prince of the sixteenth century craftsmen, Matson, Esther pp. 173-[179]

[The red plowman: a story], Garland, Hamlin pp. [180]-182

In the autumn grass, Garland, Hamlin p. 182

Social unrest: a condition brought about by separating the people into two factions, capital and labor, Stickley, Gustav pp. 183-191

Some California houses that show an interesting use of the popular and adaptable cobblestone, pp. 192-198

A three thousand dollar house that is conveniently arranged and beautiful, Bookwalter, Mary Linton pp. 199-205

Design in theory and practice: a series of lessons: number II, Batchelder, Ernest A. pp. 206-213

Lessons in practical cabinet work: some new models for students and home cabinet-workers, showing an interesting use of cane, pp. 214-218

Metal work, pp. 218-226

Needlework, pp. 226-228

Hull-House Labor Museum, where women are taught spinning and weaving, and also the history of these industries, Buck, Mertice Maccrea pp. 229-230

Handicrafts in Rochester schools, pp. 230-[236]

Als ik kan, Stickley, Gustav pp. 237-240

Notes, pp. 240-241

Reviews, pp. 241-244 ff.

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