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The craftsman


Gustav Stickley, Editor
The craftsman
Vol. XV, Number 4
New York, N.Y.: Gustav Stickley, January 1909

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[Frontispiece] "Eva Green"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. iii

Contents, pp. iii-iv

Progress in our national art must spring from the development of individuality of ideas and freedom of expression: a suggestion for a new art school, Henri, Robert pp. 387-401

The Christ, Donnay, Maurice p. 401

Is our art a betrayal rather than an expression of American life?, Sullivan, Louis H. pp. 402-404

The touch of beauty, Barker, Elsa p. 404

Nationalism in opera: characteristic racial expression of the three operatic countries, Roof, Katharine pp. 405-419

Riches, Coll., Aloysius p. 419

The great man: a story, Middleton, George pp. 420-425

The ships of all ages in F. D. Millet's mural decorations in the Baltimore Custom House, Mechlin, Leila pp. 426-435

Contours, Gale, Zona p. 435

Reform for the truant boy in industrial training and farming: an effort to improve existing laws and lessen the evil, Harcourt, Charles pp. 436-446

Ibenese, the provider: a story, Burton, Frederick R. pp. 447-453

The reclamation service: our greatest agency for home making, Lindsay, Forbes pp. 454-465

Our need for industrial education: what it would mean to have vocational schools added to the public school system, MacDonald, M. Irwin pp. 466-471

Two Craftsman houses: a plaster dwelling that is suitable for either town or country, and a farmhouse, pp. 472-481

A mission bungalow in Southern California, Gaut, Helen Lukens pp. 481-[484]

[A summer cottage in the Ohio woods], Roberts, Edward A. pp. [485]-488

Dyeing silks: number VII, Pellew, Charles pp. 489-492

Als ik kan: danger of too much system in education, as opposed to the real training that comes from direct experience, Stickley, Gustav pp. 493-495

Notes, pp. 495-506

Reviews, pp. 506-512 ff.

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