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The craftsman

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Gustav Stickley, Editor
The craftsman
Vol. XV, Number 2
New York, N.Y.: Gustav Stickley, November 1908

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] Maeterlinck: the author of "Pelléas and Mélisande," which inspired and furnished the text for Debussy's opera

[Title page] The craftsman, p. iii

Contents, pp. iii-iv

Borderland art: the opera of Debussy and Maeterlinck, Roof, Katharine Metcalf pp. 131-138

Our Western painters: what Chicago is doing toward the development of a vital national spirit in American art, Teall, Gardner pp. 139-153

Over the brow of the hill: a story, Goetchius, Marie Louise pp. 154-158

To the child, Bigelow, Marguerite Ogden p. 158

Emile Antoine Bourdelle: a modern French sculptor who has been called a spiritual realist, Fosdick, J. W. pp. 159-166

The farm industrial school: what it would do toward equipping our boys and girls for life and work, Bush-Brown, Henry K. pp. 167-172

Why the Handicraft Guild at Chipping Campden has not been a business success, Batchelder, Ernest A. pp. 173-175

A bank built for farmers: Louis Sullivan designs a building which marks a new epoch in American architecture, Bennett, Carl K. pp. 176-185

Gold, Coll., Aloysius p. 185

An artist's home in Japan: how Helen Hyde has modified an Eastern environment to meet Western needs in its own way, Jaques, Bertha E. pp. 186-191

Teaching American children to play: significance of the revival of folk dances, games and festivals by the Playground Association, pp. 192-199

Great Falls: the pioneer park city of Montana, Forbes-Lindsay, C. H. pp. 200-209

A Craftsman house in the Berkshire Hills, built to the slope of the land: the home of Mr. Archer H. Barber, pp. 210-214

Three of the Craftsman Farms bungalows that may prove useful for summer or week-end cottages, pp. 215-221

A summer camp in San Gabriel Canyon, where for eight months out of the year there is no rain, Gaut, Helen Lukens pp. 222-227

What can be done with slate roofs: effects that are as beautiful as old tiles or moss-grown shingles, pp. 228-[230]

Some built-in furnishings from our own bungalows and a simple model or two for metal workers, pp. 231-235

Developing a home industry: how the Abnákee rug grew out of the old-fashioned hooked mat of our grandmothers, Albee, Helen R. pp. 236-241

The acid colors: number VI, Pellew, Charles E. pp. 242-245

Secret of the wonderful color combinations used by the Orientals and by primitive peoples, pp. 245-246

What the wood-carver should see when he tries to make decorative use of animal or plant life, p. 247

Als ik kan: why farming lacks interest to the average farmer, Stickley, Gustav pp. 248-251

Notes, pp. 251-253

Reviews, pp. 254-256 ff.


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