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The craftsman


Gustav Stickley, Editor
The craftsman
Vol. XVI, Number 6
New York, N.Y.: Gustav Stickley, September 1909

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[Frontispiece] "The Auk mother"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. iii

Contents, p. iii

The evils of American school systems: archaic methods of education condemned and practical remedies suggested, Sercombe, Parker H. pp. 603-611

The prayer, Teasdale, Sara p. 611

The people of the totem-poles: their art and legends, Curtis, Natalie pp. 612-621

And these, too, are mothers: a story, Goetchius, Marie Louise pp. 622-629

California landscapes in which the vigor and wild beauty of the Golden State are manifest, Larsen, Hanna Astrup pp. 630-637

London municipal arts and crafts schools, where the unskilled laborer is trained to become a craftsman to supplement his work in the shops, Batchelder, Ernest A. pp. 638-644

Excellent things, Bigelow, Marguerite Ogden p. 644

The work of Finnish artists who paint their own country and people with insight and force, pp. 645-649

The need of manual training in the development of our nation, Daniels, Joseph F. pp. 650-655

The quiet philosopher of the Wabash, Bicknell, George pp. 656-663

The opened bud, Higgins, Aileen Cleveland p. 663

Gardening for pleasure and profit, Cranston, Mary Rankin pp. 664-669

The king's highway, Mason, Edward Wilbur p. 669

The architectural reconstruction of Berlin, the old Prussian "military village:" a return to simplicity and soberness, Tridon, Andre pp. 670-677

The adaptation of Craftsman ideas to two widely different types of country architecture, pp. 678-[686]

The realization of a home ideal, p. 687

Peruvian craftsmanship showing to what degree of civilization the Inca race had attained at the time of the Spanish Conquest, pp. 688-695

Tied and dyed work: an Oriental process with American variations, Pellew, C. E. pp. 695-701

Antique needlework of permanent beauty: copied from a fifteenth-century Italian painting, Brinley, Kathrine Sanger pp. 702-706

Work, Ruskin, John p. 706

Als ik kan: books not essential to healthy mental development, Stickley, Gustav pp. 707-709

Notes, pp. 709-711

Reviews, pp. 711-716 ff.

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