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The craftsman


The craftsman
Vol. XXV, Number 6
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, March 1914

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[Frontispiece] A tree-bordered stream in Holland

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

Child-labor or work for children, Dean, Arthur D. pp. 515-521

Early spring gardens made fragrant and colorful with flowering bulbs, pp. 522-529

The vision, Dunwoody, Ellen p. 529

Rocks forming architectural backgrounds for pastureland gardens, pp. 530-536

Ruth, the toiler, Mason, Edward Wilbur p. 537

Trees as an inspiration for the art of all ages, pp. 538-544

Restoring their play inheritance to our city children, Lee, Joseph pp. 545-555

Gardens to live in: how to plan and how to plant them, pp. 556-565

The humble annals of a backyard: a flower lover's creed, Dyer, Walter A. pp. 565-566

Where the garden is the center of the house: development of a picturesque architecture in southern California, White, Goddard M. pp. 567-573

Civic gardening, which develops the city people, James, Harlean pp. 574-584

Homesick, Towne, Charles Hanson p. 584

Herds and the man, Comfort, Will Levington pp. 585-592

The saleslady's responsibility, Myers, Ethyl p. 592

Two unique Craftsman houses planned for seclusion and close intimacy with the garden, pp. 593-598

Strawberry growing comparatively easy and profitable, Burke, W. H. pp. 598-601

Garden furniture and embellishments in an up-to-date exhibition, p. 601

The importance of the lawn to house and garden: its development, pp. 602-605

Sturdy and charming furnishings that make the garden an outdoor home, pp. 606-609

Garden frames: the first aid to the grower of vegetables and flowers, pp. 610-612

Decorative tile-making: a modern craft and its ancient origin, pp. 613-615

Oriental rugs: the romance of their making, their history and usefulness, pp. 616-617

The food value of fresh vegetables, p. 618

The vine-clad pergola: its place in history and the gardens of today, pp. 619-621

Garden scrap basket, p. 621

Als ik kan: is a nation's character revealed in its dress?, Stickley, Gustav pp. 622-625

Art notes, pp. 625-627

Book reviews, pp. 627-628 ff.

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