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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Vol. XVII, Number 5
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, February 1910

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] "The reader"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. iii

Contents, pp. iii-iv

Manet and modern American art, Pach, Walter pp. 483-492

Poor mother, Lewis, Gertrude Russell p. 492

A woman's beloved: a psalm, Bigelow, Marguerite Ogden p. 493

The influence of the West on modern Japanese art, Noguchi, Yone pp. 494-503

A cloister on the Rhine: its beauty and romance, Erichsen, Hugo pp. 504-511

Waiter: a story, Tennyson, A. pp. 512-516

A stormy night, Higgins, Aileen Cleveland p. 516

How beauty and labor are interwoven in the daily life of Japan, Curtis, M. L. Wakeman pp. 517-527

The city of the three cathedrals: secret of the old-world charm of Rouen, Sanborn, Alvan F. pp. 528-536

The rational art of Wilson Eyre, an architect who designs houses to meet the needs and express the qualities of today, Wallick, Frederick pp. 537-551

Building for health: sensible and hygienic house plans are one significant result of the present campaign against disease, Stickley, Gustav pp. 552-561

The town of Vandergrift, an industrial settlement owned and governed by workmen, pp. 562-566

Two Craftsman houses, so arranged that the cost of construction will be moderate, pp. 567-572

Park Hill, a new and delightful suburb that is being built on a plateau overlooking the Hudson, pp. 572-576

A studio-bungalow designed and built by the owner in accordance with Craftsman ideas, Nye, Frank W. pp. 576-580

Hardy plants the most satisfactory for the permanent home, Thomson, Adeline Thayer pp. 581-585

Exhibition of the National Society of Craftsmen shows a marked advance in some forms of craftsmanship, pp. 586-588

Indian blankets, baskets and bowls: the product of the original craftworkers of this continent, pp. 588-590

Als ik kan: the coming wave of prosperity and the responsibilites it brings to us as individuals and as a nation, Stickley, Gustav pp. 591-594

Notes, pp. 594-599

Reviews, pp. 599-604 ff.


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