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The craftsman


Gustav Stickley, Editor
The craftsman
Vol. XVI, Number 3
New York, N.Y.: Gustav Stickley, June 1909

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[Frontispiece] "The call of the spirit"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. iii

Contents, p. iii

A plea for true democracy in the domestic architecture of America, Price, William L. pp. 251-256

June in autumn, Towne, Charles Hanson p. 256

Louis Potter: a sculptor who draws his symbolism from intimate understanding of primitive human nature, MacDonald, M. Irwin pp. 257-265

The prisoner's friends, Narodny, Ivan pp. 266-274

American painters of outdoors: their rank and their success, Edgerton, Giles pp. 275-283

Who for himself?, Bigelow, Marguerite Ogden p. 283

The public school and the home: the part each should bear in the education of our children, Stickley, Gustav pp. 284-290

My garden, Pottle, Emery pp. 291-299

A rainbow song, Higgins, Aileen Cleveland p. 299

The theory of Grosvenor Atterbury, who bases all his work upon the principle that originality in architecture springs only from the direct meeting of material conditions, pp. 300-312

A prayer, Beaumont, J. C. H. p. 312

The busy man, Sutherland, Marjorie pp. 313-315

Love's infinity, Barker, Elsa p. 315

History in architecture: remodeling an old stone house, and the historical quality achieved, Price, Charles Matlack pp. 316-322

The friendly court, devised to help rather than punish the child delinquent, Watts, Mary E. pp. 323-329

Two Craftsman houses planned to show that comfortable living depends more upon the right arrangement than upon the size of the house: designed for the Home Builders' Club, pp. 330-337

A garden showing careful thought throughout, in the adaptation of native beauty and in the romantic appeal of its arrangement, Byers, C. A. pp. 338-345

Plaster house with roof garden and patio, Hopkins, Una Nixson pp. [348]-349

An interesting needlework design evolved from an embroidery detail in Da Vinci's painting of "The Last Supper", Brinley, Kathrine Sanger pp. 350-355

A growing appreciation in America of the grotesque in art: illustrated by some unusual handicraft work in bronze, pp. 356-359

Construction and design in wood carving, von RydingsvƤrd, Karl pp. 360-363

Als ik kan: what it would mean to the nation if city folk and farmers would take the trouble to plant trees, Stickley, Gustav pp. 364-366

Reviews, pp. 366-368 ff.

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