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The craftsman


The craftsman
Vol. XXII, Number 2
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, May 1912

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[Frontispiece] "The Madonna of the Laurel"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

The future of garden cities in America: democratic town planning to be accomplished by coöperation, pp. 117-122

Our desires, Wilkinson, Marguerite O. B. p. 123

The spring academy: its tendencies and successes, pp. 124-132

Returning wings, Field, Anne P. L. p. 132

Old creole courtyards, P. F. G. pp. 133-141

The way of a bird with its nest, Roorbach, Eloise pp. 142-151

Trifles, Mason, Edward Wilbur p. 151

When architect and gardener are one!, pp. 152-160

Photography as a means of individual development: a study of the camera from an artist's point of view, pp. 161-169

Faithless husbands: a story, Godfrey, Pearl Franklin pp. 170-176

The low spots in the fence, Staples, John p. 176

Interlaken, an outdoor school where boys through their own efforts learn how to think and how to work, Riordon, Raymond pp. 177-186

Modern country homes in England: number twenty-four, Parker, Barry pp. 187-194

The dance of the people, Roberts, Mary Fanton pp. 195-199

A reply to the "American Renaissance" which appeared in The craftsman, January 1912, Hopkins, Alfred p. 200

Two brick Craftsman houses designed to help establish better standards of living, pp. 201-208

Uncle Sam's schools for farmers, p. 208

A ranch bungalow embodying many modern ideas, Byers, Charles Alma pp. 209-211

What Springfield's schoolboys are doing, p. 211

A cottage with some bungalow features, Ford, E. Drusille pp. 212-215

Gasoline and electricity versus horse power, p. 215

Modern nomads: the tragedy of the moving van, p. 215

Some old New England doorways, records of the craftsmanship of colonial days, pp. 216-219

Farmers' week at Amherst State College, p. 219

The sugi finish: a Japanese decorative treatment of woods, pp. 220-224

Flowers for late planting, Thomson, Adeline Thayer pp. 225-227

The usefulness of the dumb waiter for small homes, p. 227

Ike-bana, or the art of flower arrangement, Cole, Evangeline pp. 228-230

The Studio Year Book of Decorative Art for 1912: some of the latest developments in interesting construction, decoration and house furnishing in England and on the continent, pp. 231-235

Als ik kan: "we also have a religion", Stickley, Gustav pp. 236-238

Books received, pp. 238 ff.

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