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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Vol. XXVI, Number 2
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, May 1914

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] A magnolia that with its unspotted waxen flowers and brilliant lustrous leaves becomes a leader in the carnival of flowering trees

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

The great story that failed, Comfort, Will Levington pp. 125-128

May, queen of the year: and her attendant procession of blooming shrubs, Lounsberry, Alice pp. 129-138

The dramatic engineer and the civic theater: a new idea for bringing the stage back to the people, Roberts, Mary Fanton pp. 139-147

At the spring academy: winter and youth, pp. 148-155

From farm-hand to governor: how one man saved his state and then ruled it, and incidentally taught America a fundamental lesson in agriculture, Dyer, Walter A. pp. 156-161

A "winter garden" in the home, pp. 162-169

The wish, Conkling, Grace Hazard p. 169

Shall we eat ten years from now? Not unless we get busy, say statistics, Chapman, Katharine Elise pp. 170-175

On the ferry: Whitman, Herzberg, Max J. p. 175

A practical home with picturesque beauty, Ford, G. H.; Ford, E. D. pp. 176-178

Vine-clad doorways, old and new, Roorbach, Eloise pp. 179-185

The nation and the farm woman: her importance and the government as her helpmate, pp. 186-191

An old Salem house of romantic memories and historic interest, pp. 192-199

The old hearthstone, Miller, Charles Grant pp. 200-201

Increase of home-building in America: the need of the interior decorator, pp. 202-203

Comfortable Craftsman cottages, planned with economy for narrow lots, pp. 204-209

Educated farmers mean better crops, p. 209

A home where efficiency, economy and beauty are combined, Pratt, M. H. pp. 210-212

Helping Penn's "Sylvania" to live up to its name, p. 212

A Craftsman bungalow whose owner was his own architect, pp. 213-214

A colonial cottage that was once a barn, James, Harlean pp. 215-218

How one young couple planned, built and planted their own farm home, pp. 219-221

Another bird sanctuary, p. 221

The spring opening of flowers at the International Show of 1914, pp. 222-225

Canada's city-planning conference, p. 225

Metal trim: an important detail in the home interior, pp. 226-227

The panel as a source of beauty for the home interior, pp. 227-229

Among the rooftops, pp. 229-231

Steel furniture for court house, p. 231

Our nearest neighbors, Whitehouse, John E. pp. 232-235

Designing in brickwork, pp. 235-236

At last--a noiseless steam-heating system!, p. 237

Linoleum: a page from the storybook of modern industry, pp. 238-239

Increase of home-building in America (cont.), pp. 239-240

Als ik kan: the relation of dancing to a commercial age, Stickley, Gustav pp. 241-243

Book reviews, pp. 243-246 ff.


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