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The craftsman

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

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] The last portrait of Edward MacDowell

[Title page] The craftsman, p. iii

Contents, p. iii

America, the prodigal: the possibility of a famine in wood and what can be done to avert it, Lamb, Charles R. pp. 371-382

Carnegie Institute at Pittsburgh presented as the American salon, Townsend, James B. pp. 383-390

The spinner who was lost: a story, Bailey, Carolyn Sherwin pp. 391-398

Growth and beauty of our American cities: practical suggestions offered by the Municipal Art League for advancement in art, sanitation and general comfort of metropolitan life, pp. 399-413

A round journey for children and grown-up folks, Day, Jennie M. pp. 414-415

The work and home of Edward MacDowell, musician, Mears, Mary pp. 416-427

Our native woods and the Craftsman method of finishing them, pp. 428-436

A sculptor who is also a craftsman, Chapman, Katharine Elise pp. 437-443

Permanence an essential consideration in home building: a study of American architecture which achieves beauty and durability through terra cotta construction, pp. 444-455

A study of comfort in home life: two Craftsman houses, in the designing of which the friendly intimacy of family life furnished the guiding principle, pp. 456-463

A cottage along English lines with certain unusual tendencies, Ford, E. Drusille pp. 464-[469]

[A house of which the owner was the architect, contractor and supervisor], pp. [470]-471

Art needlework from the sixteenth century, Brinley, Kathrine Sanger pp. 472-477

Impressionistic effects in wood carving: a new departure in this old craft, pp. 477-[480]

Als ik kan: nature as the master builder of character, Stickley, Gustav pp. 481-483

Notes, pp. 483-487

Reviews, pp. 487-488 ff.


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