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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Vol. XXIV, Number 1
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, April 1913

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] Canyon in lower Broadway showing the Woolworth Building

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

[Contents], pp. 3a-4a

The American skyscraper: the giant in architecture: its purpose, beauty and development, pp. 3-10

Song of the veery thrush, Conkling, Grace Hazard p. 10

Small vistas in and about the home garden: the art of framing landscapes, Lounsberry, Alice pp. 11-20

American country homes of today: an achievement in domestic architecture, Eyre, Wilson pp. 21-29

The Venetian fountain spell: a study in the relation of art to utility, Matson, Esther pp. 30-35

House-building of the birds, Pearson, T. Gilbert pp. 36-41

The value of sincerity, Black, Frank S. p. 41

Japan's beauty an inspiration to American home-builders, Rucker, Kathryn pp. 42-51

A new idea in state schools that will build up character and body as well as brain: a suggestion for California, Riordon, Raymond pp. 52-60

The modern colonial house: what it holds of history and beauty in the development of an American architecture, Teall, Gardner pp. 61-68

The value of coƶperation between owner and architect as illustrated by specially designed Craftsman homes, pp. 69-79

A modern studio successfully remodeled from an old hall with artistic results, pp. 80-83

The school and the advertiser, Maurer, Elizabeth King pp. 84-85

A permanent home and an inexpensive summer bungalow specially designed for Craftsman subscribers, pp. 86-92

A six-room bungalow: inexpensive, comfortable and attractive, Byers, Charles Alma pp. 93-96

The thatch-shingle roof, p. 96

Concrete construction: its possibilities of strength and beauty, pp. 96-100

My architectural critics, the birds, pp. 101-103

Lighting the home by electricity, pp. 104-108

Waterproofing building materials, p. 108

The new built-in sanitary bathroom, pp. 109-111

Gardening as a means of recreation for women: growing vegetables, flowers and fruit, Jenkins, Mary Wheat pp. 111-114

The magic of electricity in the modern home, pp. 115-117

Making the city home livable for the summer, p. 117

Miniature cardboard houses used as models by client and architect, p. 118

Why a woman should own her own home, pp. 119-120

Cement: a building material of varied and interesting possibilities, pp. 121-124

Practical points about Craftsman woodwork, pp. 125-128

Flower gatherers to the woods in April, p. 128

Als ik kan: The craftsman idea in home-building, Stickley, Gustav pp. 129-130

Keeping food hot, p. 130

Book reviews, pp. 131-134

Notes of general interest, pp. 134-138 ff.


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