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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Vol. XVIII, Number 6
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, September 1910

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] "The weary hunter"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. iii

Contents, p. iii

The demand of the times: does either of the old parties stand for justice and common sense?, Stickley, Gustav pp. 613-618

A remote North American civilization and its portrayal in the art of E. Irving Couse, French, Joseph Lewis pp. 619-625

The slender figure: a story, Donnell, Annie Hamilton pp. 626-630

Japanese effects for small gardens, Dixon, Florence pp. 631-637

A visit to Craftsman Farms: the study of an educational ideal, pp. 638-646

Kinship, Higgins, Aileen Cleveland p. 646

Modern country homes in England: number six, Parker, Barry pp. 647-655

The opening of the eyes of Jasper, Dyer, Walter A. pp. 656-661

Some Craftsman houses that were built under our own supervision, pp. 662-671

The power of the small investor: wisdom of the policy pursued by some railroads in encouraging purchase of their stock by people living along their lines, Stickley, Gustav pp. 672-676

Demand the best!, Bigelow, Marguerite Ogden p. 677

People who interest us: Natalie Curtis, the "friend of the Indians", pp. 678-[679]

[People who interest us: William Allen White; reformer and optimist], pp. [680]-681

People who interest us: Senator Harvey D. Hinman, an old-fashioned American statesman, pp. 682-[683]

[People who interest us: H. B. Fullerton, a Western man who is showing Long Island farmers how to farm, pp. [684]-685

The thought: an allegory, Ware, Ella M. pp. 686-689

Craftsman house designs for home builders, pp. 690-694

A bureau of efficiency at Chicago, p. 694

A California bungalow treated in Japanese style, Gesell, Arnold L. pp. 694-698

A ten-room California house with interesting features, pp. 699-701

The "latest cry" in furniture for French women, p. 702

Some Craftsman lighting fixtures, pp. 703-704

Craftsman designs for home cabinetmakers and metal workers, pp. 705-708

Soldering copper, p. 708

A finer phase of Art Nouveau: illustrations from l'art decoratif, pp. 709-710

Als ik kan: life on the automobile basis and where it is leading us, Stickley, Gustav pp. 711-712

Reviews, pp. 712-720 ff.


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