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The craftsman

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Gustav Stickley, Editor
The craftsman
Vol. XV, Number 3
New York, N.Y.: Gustav Stickley, December 1908

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] Vasilissa hurrying home from Baba Yaga's hut with a skeleton head for a torch, p. [258]

The craftsman, p. 259

Russian folk-tales as they are told in pictures for the children of the czar, Teall, Gardner pp. 259-269

George Gray Barnard: the spirit of the new world in sculpture, Roof, Katherine Metcalf pp. 270-280

Emmeline: a story, Clapp, Lucretia D. pp. 281-291

The quality of woman's art achievement: a young Austrian sculptor who possesses both masculine and feminine perception, Edgerton, Giles pp. 292-300

Aesthetic activities in America: an answer to his critics, Borglum, Gutzon pp. 301-307

Epitaph, Gale, Zona p. 307

Paul Ullman, one of the younger American artists who is adding to our reputation as a nation of portrait painters, Chapman, Katharine Elise pp. 308-315

Millet, Cole, T.C. p. 315

The invincible city: a story, Meyer, Annie Nathan pp. 316-321

Forest fires: their cost, cause, and prevention, Lindsay, Forbes pp. 322-329

The unbeliever, Baker, Stacy E. p. 329

Work, study and play for every child: a system of education that would make for better mental, moral and physical development, Bush-Brown, Henry K. pp. 330-337

Louis H. Sullivan emphatically supports the viewpoint of Gutzon Borglum toward American art, Sullivan, Louis H. p. 338

The club house at Craftsman Farms: a log house planned especially for the entertainment of guests, pp. 339-344

A Craftsman house that was finished inside by the owner and furnished mainly with home-made things, pp. 345-[350]

A Craftsman farmhouse: designed for country members of the Home-builders' Club who may desire such a home, pp. 351-352

How Abnakee rugs are made: full description of the exact method of working, Albee, Helen R. pp. 353-357

The craftsmanship of Zado Noorian: rare and delicate work in silver and semi-precious stones done after the old Armenian fashion, pp. 358-363

Designs and models for cabinet work, metal work and needlework for home furnishing or Christmas gifts, pp. 364-372

The lesson of the election, pp. 373-375

Notes, pp. 375-379

Reviews, pp. 379-384 ff.


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