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The craftsman


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

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[Frontispiece] George Arliss as The Devil in the Hungarian play of that name by Ferenc Molnar, the production of which in New York has been the dramatic event of the season

[Title page] The craftsman, p. iii

Contents, pp. iii-iv

Individuality, sincerity and reverence in American art, Borglum, Gutzon pp. 3-6

The oriel windows of Rothenburg, p. 7

Painters in pastel, mediƦval and modern, Bigelow, Bayard pp. 8-17

A touch of the sun: a story, Donnell, Annie Hamilton pp. 18-25

Leonard Crunelle, sculptor of children, MacDougall, Isabel pp. 26-33

The world's advance in industrial education: exhibits at Third International Art Congress in London full of suggestion to Americans, Batchelder, Ernest A. pp. 34-42

Wood-engraving: the opportunity for expression it affords to artist and craftsman, Teall, Gardner pp. 43-47

The dance of the future as created and illustrated by Isadora Duncan, Roberts, Mary Fanton pp. 48-56

The song of the Indian mother, Curtis, Natalie pp. 57-63

An invocation, MacDonald, Elizabeth Roberts p. 63

The spirit of the West: how its vigor and resourcefulness are affecting the development of the whole country, Forbes-Lindsay, C. H. pp. 64-77

Sometime, Barker, Elsa p. 77

The craftsman's house: a practical application of all the theories of home building advocated in this magazine, Stickley, Gustav pp. 78-93

Denatured alcohol: the fuel and luminant of the future, pp. 94-96

Building a stained-glass window: how it looks from the viewpoint of the artist-artisan, Cowles, Genevieve pp. 97-103

The basic colors: number V, Pellew, Charles E. pp. 104-106

Some designs in low relief showing a treatment of animal life that is full of suggestions to students of wood-carving, pp. 107-109

Als ik kan: "the people must think"--Grover Cleveland, Stickley, Gustav pp. 110-112

Plans of The craftsman for next year, pp. 113-115

Notes, pp. 116-120

Reviews, pp. 120-128 ff.

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