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The craftsman

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Gustav Stickley, Editor
The craftsman
Vol. XIV, Number 1
New York, N.Y.: Gustav Stickley, April 1908

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] Ida M. Tarbell: historian and editor

[Title page] The craftsman, p. iii

Contents, p. iii

Ida M. Tarbell, the woman who has made people comprehend the meaning of the trusts, MacDonald, M. Irwin pp. 3-10

The only cure for the trust evil, Tarbell, Ida M. p. 10

Age, Pottle, Emery p. 11

Lorado Taft and the western school of sculptors: a group of men and women who are finding a new and vital expression in art by recording the simplest phases of life and work, pp. 12-25

[All the varying phases of Abraham Lincoln's character shown in Gutzon Borglum's great portrait bust], pp. 26-27

Ann Going: a story, Donnell, Annie Hamilton pp. 28-35

The scarlet tanager, Fenollosa, Mary p. 35

Art in ornamental planting: illustrated by a mistake in landscape gardening, Tabor, Grace pp. 36-39

Significant features of the Twenty-Third Exhibition of the Architectural League: an imitative rather than a creative spirit manifest, pp. 40-51

Small farming and profitable handicrafts: a general outline of the practical features of the plan, Stickley, Gustav pp. 52-64

Value of manual labor to society, Carpenter, Edward p. 64

The relation of mural decoration to the vitality of a national art, Edgerton, Giles pp. 65-73

A cloud along the trackless sky, Dorn, F. W. p. 73

Relation of manual training in the public schools to industrial education and efficiency: prize essay, Dean, Arthur D. pp. 74-81

Two unusual cottages; one designed entirely by the owner, and the other intended to express the Craftsman idea of house building, pp. 82-88

Design in theory and practice: a series of lessons: number VII, Batchelder, Ernest A. pp. 89-99

The secret of true comprehension, Eddy, Arthur Jerome p. 99

A decorative study of wall space: lesson V, Bookwalter, Mary Linton pp. 100-105

Some camp furniture and fireplace fittings that can be made at home, pp. 106-111

The Dun Emer industries in Ireland: a successful example of the revival of handicrafts in a farming community, pp. 112-114

Als ik kan: practical education gained on the farm and in the workshop, Stickley, Gustav pp. 115-118

Notes, pp. 118-121

Reviews, pp. 121-124 ff.


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