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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Vol. XXI, Number 1
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, October 1911

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] "The deliverer"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

What ails our boys?, Riis, Jacob A. pp. 3-10

Edwin Austin Abbey: the man and his work, Holman, Louis A. pp. 11-22

To the donor of sundry apples, Conkling, Grace Hazard p. 22

An Irish fable, Normile, M. pp. 23-25

A vital expression in German photographic art: illustrated by the work of Rudolf Dührkoop, pp. 26-33

Two Sierra chair-makers, Shinn, Charles Howard pp. 34-41

A revival of sculptural ornament in France: its importance in the development of beauty in ecclesiastical and domestic architecture, pp. 42-50

Coöperation to reconcile town and country, Stickley, Gustav pp. 51-56

Road song, Mackay, Constance D'Arcy p. 56

Modern country homes in England: number eighteen, Parker, Barry pp. 57-68

Social reforms suggested through poetry, Sutherland, Marjorie pp. 69-77

Mr. R. M. Bond's house in Florida, pp. 78-84

A place where work means happiness, p. 84

House at El Paso, Texas, inspired by Craftsman ideas, pp. 85-88

Swords and plowshares: what some English soldiers are doing, p. 88

Modern furniture, the work of English craftsmen, Gregory, Edward W. pp. 89-95

A scrap-book for the home-builder, p. 95

An abandoned farm as a vacation school for boys, pp. 96-98

Corn husk weaving, Parker, Elizabeth pp. 99-101

The quest of the picturesque, p. 101

A French craftsman in leather, pp. 102-103

Japanese screens for American homes, p. 104

Distinction and charm given to the ordinary room by Craftsman furniture, pp. 105-109

Teazle: the gypsy's comb, pp. 109-110

A kind word for the automobile by a country woman, p. 111

Als ik kan: a message from Craftsman Farms, Stickley, Gustav pp. 112-113

Book reviews, pp. 114-116 ff.


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