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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Vol. XVIII, Number 3
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, June 1910

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] "Mother and child"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. iii

Contents, p. iii

The prince, the pauper and the golden mean, Dyer, Walter A. pp. 303-308

Bondage, Towne, Charles Hanson p. 308

A home of her own, Lewis, Gertrude Russell p. 309

American art in Germany: the value of our present exhibition in Berlin and Munich, Brinton, Christian pp. 310-321

Pan in a child's garden, Conkling, Grace Hazard pp. 322-323

Modern country homes in England: number three, Parker, Barry pp. 324-334

The dinner pail: a story, Van Slyke, Lucille Baldwin pp. 335-346

Irving R. Wiles: distinctive American portrait painter, pp. 347-353

Roses: by the author of "the garden in the wilderness", pp. 354-359

Prof. L. H. Bailey, director of the New York State College of Agriculture, pp. 360-[361]

[Mrs. Dunlap Hopkins, founder of the New York School of Applied Design for Women], pp. [362]-363

James E. Fraser: American sculptor, pp. 364-[365]

[Wilson Eyre: a pioneer in American domestic architecture], pp. [366]-367

Coöperative stories in England: advantages of the system and how it differs from the tentative efforts made to establish coöperation in America, Stickley, Gustav pp. 368-374

Two simple Craftsman cottages for the accommodation of small families, pp. 375-379

An example of progressive architecture from the Pacific Coast, Gaut, Helen Lukens pp. 380-383

A bungalow built by an Eastern man for his own use on a California ranch, pp. 383-385

The twelve best perennials for the modest home, Thomson, Adeline Thayer pp. 385-387

Some primitive craftsmen in Mexico, Granville, Verona pp. 387-389

What the motor car has done to country life in France, Pennell, E. R. p. 389

A friend of the trees, Bailey, M. Kennedy pp. 390-392

The democracy of art, Noyes, Carleton p. 392

Guest book in tooled leather: Craftsman plans, pp. 393-394

The convenience of being able to bind books, p. 394

Some Craftsman designs for bungalow furnishings, pp. 395-397

A bedroom set done in Craftsman needlework on canvas or heavy linen, pp. 398-399

Good amateur metal work, Deschamps, André p. 400

Als ik kan: the question of ready-made farms, Stickley, Gustav pp. 401-403

Notes, pp. 403-405

Reviews, pp. 405-410 ff.


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