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The craftsman


The craftsman
Vol. XX, Number 6
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, September 1911

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[Frontispiece] "In the kitchen garden"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

Is our present vacation system a menace to the health and progress of our schoolchildren?, pp. 537-544

The gleaners, Mason, Edward Wilbur p. 544

Charles Cottet: one of the great individualists in modern French art, pp. 545-552

A colonial chair, Varney, Horace p. 552

The pixy: a story, Ellis, Havelock pp. 553-561

The cross-roads, p. 561

To a stranger: an introduction, Bigelow, Marguerite Ogden p. 562

French "flower schools": a new idea in public school education, pp. 563-574

Pergolas: the most picturesque and practical feature of modern outdoor life, pp. 575-580

The country fair as an exhibition center: the story of one held in a New England village street, pp. 581-588

Invocation for a planting, Brower, Pauline Florence p. 588

A new spirit in college life: "the Amherst idea", Dyer, Walter A. pp. 589-592

Modern country homes in England: number seventeen, Parker, Barry pp. 593-606

The birch tree, Beals, Katharine M. pp. 607-610

One-story Craftsman bungalows: practical, comfortable, inexpensive, with effective trellis, pp. 611-616

Schools of industrial and household arts, p. 616

A California bungalow of stone and shingle worth studying, both in design and interior finish, pp. 617-618

A studio made charming with stencil work, Joor, Harriet pp. 619-622

A word from the fern world, pp. 623-627

The motor car for hygiene and humanity, p. 627

Making candles and candlesticks for rustic interiors, pp. 628-630

The lovely Allegheny vine: its virtues and faults, Hay, Arthur p. 630

Art notes, p. 631

Book reviews, pp. 632-636 ff.

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