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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Vol. XXIII, Number 2
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, November 1912

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] "Girl feeding turkeys"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

What one man has done to lower the cost of living: a sketch of Luther Burbank, increaser of harvests, Roorbach, Eloise pp. 131-140

Arthur Rackham, the illustrator of folk-lore and fairy tales, pp. 141-150

Life, Lorrilliere, Paul p. 150

A visit to Craftsman Farms: the impression it made and the result: the Gustav Stickley School for Citizenship, Riordon, Raymond pp. 151-164

The guides, Widdemer, Margaret p. 165

The links of love: a story, Goring-Thomas, A. R. pp. 166-173

The quality of fitness in architecture and furnishings, Voysey, C. F. A. pp. 174-182

Passage, Towne, Charles Hanson p. 182

Home-building from an individual, practical standpoint, Stickley, Gustav pp. 183-187

How Los Angeles built the greatest aqueduct in the world: a story of interesting municipal activity, Brennecke, Olga pp. 188-196

Rain at twilight, Mason, Edward Wilbur p. 196

Singing mothers, Field, Anne P. L. pp. 197-200

The charm and usefulness of the garden swimming pool, Byers, Charles Alma pp. 201-207

Do parents shirk their responsibilities? A study of the child in the home, Green, Crawford Richmond pp. 208-213

Craftsman cottages suited to narrow lots, pp. 214-217

A California bungalow planned for comfort, Johnson, Laura Rinkle pp. 218-221

Practical agricultural bulletins, p. 221

A home in the Kentucky capital built on Craftsman lines, pp. 222-225

Fire protection for the home, Athol, Agnes; Rainey, Agnes Blackwell pp. 225-228

Educational opportunities in country fairs, p. 228

How the Japanese can help you make a little garden, pp. 229-231

A schoolteacher's farm in New Jersey, Cranston, Mary Rankin pp. 232-233

The value of birds on the farm, pp. 233-236

Methods of frost protection, p. 237

The decadence of the practical arts in France, pp. 238-240

Bringing the woods to town, McCrae, Lee p. 240

Some digressions in German furniture, pp. 241-243

Our Parcels Post system, p. 244

The new interior decorating methods, p. 244

Als ik kan: Thanksgiving and politics, Stickley, Gustav pp. 245-246

Book reviews, pp. 246-248

An unsuspected literary ancestor, pp. 249-252

A Craftsman calendar for 1913, pp. 252 ff.


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