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The craftsman


The craftsman
Vol. XX, Number 2
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, May 1911

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[Frontispiece] Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain)

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

House furnishings and home furnishing, Price, William L. pp. 125-129

An artist's work, his own biography: Paul Troubetzkoy's sculpture an instance of this truth, pp. 130-139

Is our public-school system behind the times? James Creelman's remedy for existing evils, Russell, Isaac pp. 140-145

Summer, Fink, Henri p. 145

An impression of the Spring Academy of nineteen hundred and eleven: some young men prize-winners, pp. 146-151

My home, Graeme, Kenneth p. 152

The home name: how it may be made to express individuality and intimate surroundings, pp. 153-157

The lattice-work trellis as an architectural feature, pp. 158-162

"If I were a preacher", Dyer, Walter A. pp. 163-165

Wagner music, Coulling, Henrietta Lee p. 165

New life in American home building shown in the Architectural League Exhibition, Winslow, Carleton M. pp. 166-173

Dogwood blossoms in the Wall Street, Towne, Charles Hanson p. 173

What things are cheap or what expensive?, Bigelow, Marguerite Ogden p. 174

The beauty and character of our native hardwoods of the East, Burroughs, Julian pp. 175-178

Modern country homes in England: number thirteen, Parker, Barry pp. 179-191

New methods for getting the government back into the hands of the people, Stickley, Gustav pp. 192-196

Happiness: an idyl, Lloyd, Edward pp. 197-198

Craftsman wood and stone bungalows for the country, pp. 199-204

A forest house, Bailey, M. Kennedy pp. 205-207

A thirty-eight hundred dollar California bungalow, revealing many details of comfort and luxury, Byers, Charles Alma pp. 208-210

The possibilities of artistic advertising, p. 211

A model rural schoolhouse, with a garden where the pupils work, Jenkins, W. H. pp. 212-215

The boy, p. 215

Stenciled draperies for a brown and gold living room, designed by Harriet Joor, pp. 216-218

Practical points in stenciling, p. 219

Oriental fabrics in good colors and designs for modern American houses, pp. 220-221

Little green guests, p. 221

Craftsman nursery furniture and, designs for umbrella stands, pp. 222-225

The value of making things at home, p. 226

The motor-car and country life, p. 227

A fishing lodge, p. 228

The problem of the roof as a practical, beautiful feature of house building, pp. 229-230

Als ik kan: the old crafts and the modern factories, Stickley, Gustav pp. 231-233

Book reviews, pp. 233-235

Art notes, pp. 236-238 ff.

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