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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Vol. XXV, Number 2
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, November 1913

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] "Come, chick chick"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a ff.

Thanksgiving and the American farmer, Dyer, Walter A. pp. 119-122

Chicago's dream of civic beauty realized in the symbolic marble of Lorado Taft, Moulton, Robert H. pp. 123-130

The good gift, Widdemer, Margaret p. 130

Return of the market place: how it helps the housewife to buy direct from the farmer, MacDonald, Muriel pp. 131-142

Our happy valley, Riis, Jacob A. pp. 143-151

Putting the garden to sleep, Lounsberry, Alice pp. 152-161

The millinery serpent, Pearson, T. Gilbert pp. 162-168

The blue gentian, p. 168

Farms for the city poor: an experiment in which agriculture is used to better humanity, Royaard, Annet pp. 169-177

The after hour, Wilkinson, Marguerite O. B. pp. 177-178

Mary Ellen's Thanksgiving, Clapp, Lucretia D. pp. 179-185

Craftsman homes specially planned for the comfort of children as well as parents, pp. 186-191

A seashore home from Craftsman inspiration, pp. 192-196

Books on Japan that will interest students, p. 196

"A Thanksgiving business", Roorbach, Eloise pp. 197-200

Pine-needle basketry: a new development in American handicraft, Cain, Edna pp. 201-204

The story of Paul Revere Pottery, pp. 205-207

Important facts about stucco, Shainwald, Ralph L., Jr. pp. 207-208

A little house on a hill built in friendly intimacy with the trees, Warns, Clara Grabau pp. 209-211

The country church, Bowman, Frances pp. 211-213

Agriculture in public high schools, pp. 213-215

How good should a home be?, pp. 215-216

Als ik kan: the opening of the Craftsman Building, pp. 216-217

Book reviews, pp. 217-220 ff.


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