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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Vol. XXV, Number 1
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, October 1913

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] Brittany fisherman: a much discussed piece of sculpture at the June salon in Paris

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

The democracy of the carpenter: the laborer's need of an "industrial philosophy:", White, Bouck pp. 3-7

Craftsman Farms: its development and future, pp. 8-15

God hath more beautiful verses, Campbell, Margaret Troili p. 16

The Craftsman Movement: its origin and growth, Stickley, Gustav pp. 17-26

Character and the camera, Cournos, John pp. 27-35

Salem: its houses, its streets and its gardens rich with the atmosphere of romance and tradition, pp. 36-45

The heavenly road, Mason, Edward Wilbur p. 45

The answer, Cheney, Anne Cleveland pp. 46-47

The evolution of a hillside home: Raymond Riordon's Indiana bungalow, pp. 48-55

In camp with an Audubon bird warden, Pearson, T. Gilbert pp. 56-61

The humble annals of a backyard: cleaning up: number two, Dyer, Walter A. pp. 62-63

Nut trees as a source of food supply and profitable financial investment, pp. 64-71

The blind windows, Towne, Charles Hanson p. 71

Craftsman suburban houses for families with one maid, pp. 72-77

A bungalow home, comfortable, picturesque and inexpensive, Gaut, H. L. p. 78

"Heartsease:" an old house rejuvenated, Lord, Katharine pp. 79-83

A hilltop house adapted from a Craftsman design, Johnson, Laura Rinkle pp. 84-86

State fairs: intelligent promoters of the various interests of rural women: outlets for their activities and meeting grounds for social intercourse, Whedon, Mary A. pp. 86-91

Evil effects of light burning on pine forests, p. 91

A comfortable bungalow home on a narrow lot, Gaut, Helen Lukens p. 92

A pottery five hundred years old, pp. 93-95

Comfort and picturesqueness of willow furniture: illustrated by some new Craftsman models, pp. 95-98

When the amateur keeps bees, Farrington, E. I. pp. 99-103

Little gardeners of New England whose flowers and vegetables have won distinction, p. 103

What is colonial furniture?, Thomson, James pp. 104-108

Developing the use of water power in the forest reserves, pp. 108-109

The right education for boy farmers, Rockwood, E. E. p. 109

Als ik kan: an invitation to the opening of the new Craftsman Building, Stickley, Gustav pp. 110-111

The holiday and the millionaire, pp. 111-112

Art notes, pp. 112-113

Book reviews, pp. 113-116 ff.


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