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The craftsman


Gustav Stickley, Editor
The craftsman
Vol. XIII, Number 6
New York, N.Y.: Gustav Stickley, March 1908

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[Frontispiece] "Universal motherhood"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. iii

Contents, pp. iii-iv

Bronze sculpture in America: its value to the art history of the nation, Edgerton, Giles pp. 615-630

Alter ego, Barker, Elsa p. 630

The rebellion of Maskenozha: a sequel to the visit, Burton, Frederick pp. 631-642

The Indian weaver, Sabin, Edwin L. p. 643

The upbuilding of a commonwealth on what was once arid desert: result of the governmental irrigation project, Forbes-Lindsay, C. H. pp. 644-652

Profitable handicrafts and the successful promotion of home industries, de Szögyény, George pp. 653-662

Life, Dorn, F. W. p. 662

A way to secure government aid in extending the craft movement, Albee, Helen R. pp. 663-668

Have craft-workers a duty?, Morris, William p. 668

The cause of so-called industrial idleness: Prince Kropotkin's views concerning the conditions that tend to foster it, pp. 669-674

A house in Vancouver that shows English traditions blended with the frank expression of western life, pp. 675-681

A California house that is built only one room deep, to admit the greatest possible amount of air and sunshine, pp. 682-688

Design in theory and practice: a series of lessons: number VI, Batchelder, Ernest A. pp. 689-696

Remodeling and decorating a suburban house: lesson IV, Bookwalter, Mary Linton pp. 697-703

Some models for home-made furniture and useful, household articles of wrought iron; suggestions for stenciling window-curtains, pp. 704-[714]

[The Greenwich Handicraft School], Lord, Katherine pp. [715]-721

Als ik kan, Stickley, Gustav pp. 722-725

Notes, pp. 725-731

Reviews, pp. 731-732 ff.

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