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The craftsman


The craftsman
Vol. XX, Number 4
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, July 1911

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[Frontispiece] William Cullen Bryant, American poet and journalist

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

Waste: our heaviest national liability, Stickley, Gustav pp. 343-348

"To a little girl:" an unpublished poem, Stevenson, Robert Louis p. 349

The value of water color painting, and the Spring Exhibition in New York, pp. 350-357

Salvation through works, Hough, Halvorsen pp. 358-363

The pathway, Ware, Ella M. p. 363

Open-stair apartments: a new development in city architecture, Smith, Henry Atterbury pp. 364-371

Among the makers of American literature: William Cullen Bryant, poet and journalist, Semple, Elizabeth Anna pp. 372-378

Ultra conservatism in the painting shown at Carnegie Institute this year, Townsend, James B. pp. 379-385

The conquest of fire is our race history, pp. 386-392

The invisible garden, p. 393

Modern country homes in England: number fifteen, Parker, Barry pp. 394-405

On directing criticism, Loomis, Charles Battell pp. 406-408

A song domestic, Pulver, Mary Brecht pp. 409-410

The street singer, p. 411

Two Craftsman country schoolhouses: each designed with library and open fireplace, pp. 412-417

Music in our country schools, p. 417

A cabinetmaker and his work, Williams, Stephen R. pp. 418-420

The motor car and the city man, pp. 420-421

Growing the gourd vine for ornamental and practical purposes, Willcox, E. E. pp. 422-424

German industrial schools recommended for Wisconsin, p. 424

Gain a year by seeding perennials in July, Thomson, Adeline Thayer pp. 424-425

Houses inspired by Craftsman ideas: number two, pp. 426-431

The camera in the country, p. 432

Ready-to-use, washable house furnishings, p. 433

The Second Independent Exhibition of New York Artists, p. 434

The value of the suburban exhibition, pp. 434 ff.

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