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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Vol. XX, Number 3
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, June 1911

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] "La pensée" (thought)

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

The girl of tomorrow and her education, Bigelow, Marguerite Ogden pp. 241-249

Praise, Ware, Ella M. p. 249

A lesson in art taught by some Normandy peasants, pp. 250-257

Night, Mason, Edward Wilbur p. 257

Simple water gardens: their beauty and the ease with which they can be constructed, pp. 258-262

The "Great Southwest" as the painters of that region see it, Maxwell, Everett Carroll pp. 263-271

Our friends the trees, pp. 272-277

Lures, Dunbar, Aldis p. 277

Modern country homes in England: number fourteen, Parker, Barry pp. 278-288

Auguste Rodin: a visit to Meudon, Lemont, Jessie pp. 289-293

A reaction in Germany from Art Nouveau back to genre painting, pp. 294-297

Some famous Empire couches, typical of a French new-rich civilization, pp. 298-304

Small farms a solution for the evils of overcrowded cities and unnatural living, Stickley, Gustav pp. 305-311

Two Craftsman houses designed for city or suburban lots, pp. 312-316

The fireplace furnace, pp. 316-320

Gardens in which to live and play, pp. 321-323

Sanitation and doorknobs, Rice, Louise pp. 323-325

A few kind words about the Bermuda onion, Rion, Hanna pp. 325-326

True possession, p. 326

Oriental use of grasses, rushes and small twigs, pp. 327-328

Houses inspired by Craftsman designs, pp. 328-332

Poppies: "children of the dawn", pp. 333-334

Digging in the dirt, p. 334

A new development of English furniture based on old models, pp. 335-338

Als ik kan: the Japanese ideal applied to art in our public schools, pp. 339-340

The scientific farmer, pp. 340 ff.


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