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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Vol. XXIV, Number 4
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, July 1913

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] The white lily of Japan, Lilium speciosum album: an oriental offspring that has become the favorite fragrant lily of many midsummer gardens

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

Tall lilies of the garden: links binding landscape to architecture and sculpture, Lounsberry, Alice pp. 367-376

Art and heart, Miller, Charles Grant p. 376

Lilies as individuals: their difference in details, in time of bloom and in the place they hold in the home garden, pp. 377-384

Fairy music, Conkling, Grace Hazard p. 385

New York's wasted acreage: thousands of unused roofs which might be converted into playgrounds and breathing spaces for the people, pp. 386-394

The federal government to protect migratory birds, Pearson, T. Gilbert pp. 395-399

The Pueblo singer: a bit of Native American history, Curtis, Natalie pp. 400-401

Vacation days on a houseboat: the diversity of pleasure and comfort to be enjoyed, Griswold, Beatrice pp. 402-409

Concerning hoes, Meller, C. L. pp. 410-412

The moral qualities of the hoe, p. 412

The welcoming doorways of Deerfield, Wells, Carolyn pp. 413-420

Content to give, Field, Anne P. L. p. 420

Homes, Stickley, Gustav pp. 421-427

Two commodious Craftsman houses planned for comfortable indoor and outdoor living, pp. 428-434

Open-air rooms and sleeping porches: the revolt against the shut-in houses of our forefathers, p. 434

"Outdoor" life in California houses, as expressed in the new architecture of Irving J. Gill, Roorbach, Eloise pp. 435-439

The value of good roads to the nation, pp. 439-440

Building a home in the Rockies for one hundred dollars, Powell, Tad, Mrs. pp. 441-445

Opportunities of drainage engineering as applied to the vast swamp lands of this country, Walsh, George Ethelbert pp. 445-449

Hickory furniture for country houses and living gardens, pp. 449-452

The passing of the elm, Weed, Clarence Moores pp. 452-453

Als ik kan: nature's citizens, Stickley, Gustav pp. 454-455

The craftsman restaurant, p. 455

Book reviews, pp. 456-460

"Group exhibitions", p. 460

Training meat inspectors, pp. 460 ff.


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