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The craftsman


The craftsman
Vol. XXIII, Number 6
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, March 1913

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[Frontispiece] A Bermuda garden of vivid beauty and friendly peace

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

Coöperation in Denmark: educating the farmers to rule the nation, Riis, Jacob pp. 609-614

The house of ghosts, Widdemer, Margaret p. 614

Capturing wild flowers for the home garden, pp. 615-627

Portraiture and originality: the lithographs of Henrik Lund, Reuterdahl, Henry pp. 628-633

How garden walls conserve the home feeling: their picturesque and practical value, Lounsberry, Alice pp. 634-642

The migration of birds, Pearson, T. Gilbert pp. 643-647

Water gardens natural and artificial, Nash, George V. pp. 648-659

The negro's contribution to the music of America: the larger opportunity of the colored man of today, Curtis, Natalie pp. 660-669

Bermuda: the land of two springtimes, Rion, Hanna pp. 670-675

Antidotes, Wilkinson, Marguerite O. B. p. 675

Louis Akin, painter: in memory, pp. 676-679

Certified milk and certified boys, Dean, Arthur D. pp. 680-687

Two shingled houses specially designed for Craftsman clients, but readily adaptable to other home-builders' needs, pp. 688-694

The lawn and its care, pp. 695-697

Garden management during March, p. 697

Utilizing pruned fruit twigs for bloom, pp. 698-699

A few words about garden tools, p. 699

The craftsman fraternity, p. 700

Community of interest, p. 700

The small farm as a financial proposition, Jenkins, W. H. pp. 701-704

Color arrangement in gardens: its importance and problems, pp. 704-706

For thrifty, glossy palms, p. 706

Prolonging the garden period by an early start, pp. 707-709

Index of back numbers of The craftsman containing articles on gardening, p. 709

The relation between The craftsman real-estate department and country life, p. 710

What to prune and how to spray, pp. 711-715

Careful planting means successful gardens, p. 715

Planning the garden on paper, pp. 716-717

Our new booklet, p. 717

Als ik kan: the springtime of memory, Stickley, Gustav pp. 718-719

Book reviews, pp. 719-723

Notes of general interest, pp. 724-726

Distinguishing features of the Craftsman house, pp. 727-729

The value of Craftsman service, p. 729

Craftsman landscape and agricultural service, p. 729

Reception room of The craftsman service, 41 West 34th Street, New York, pp. 730 ff.

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