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The craftsman


The craftsman
Vol. XXVI, Number 6
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, September 1914

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[Frontispiece] "Youth"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

"Just a common clay brick:", Comfort, Will Levington pp. 569-573

The summer rain, Ableson, Blanche p. 573

Training orchards over garden walls: beauty and profit in the Espalier method of fruit growing, pp. 574-583

Interesting children in civic betterment through instruction by mayor and city officials: teaching them to work for public good, Estee, James B. pp. 584-587

Building beauty into the landscape: some old bridges of Japan, pp. 588-598

Our country public schools: what are we doing and where we fail: the problem for the community, Dyer, Walter A. pp. 599-605

Architecture as an expression of personality: relation of owner to architect, Brown, Frank Chouteau pp. 606-619

A picturesque Japanese finishing school, where girls are taught to be charming women and good housekeepers, Roorbach, Eloise pp. 620-625

"The great adventure of democracy:" preparing for it by self-government in the public schools, Kiernan, Frank pp. 626-630

[The little farmers of Cook County], Moulton, Robert H. pp. [631]-640

Craftsman community school with interesting equipment, and a boathouse that serves as a summer cottage, pp. 641-646

A university that stands for community service, p. 647

Uncle Sam's recipe for clean, safe milk, p. 648

Real playthings, Whitcomb, Jessie Wright pp. 649-650

An outdoor school for children that combines work and fun, pp. 651-652

The Bishop's School for Girls: a progressive departure from traditional architecture, pp. 653-656

Forcing bulbs for the holidays, Farrington, E. I. pp. 657-658

A horizontal bar for the youngsters, Belcher, Wallace E. pp. 659-660

Free trees for Denver's citizens, p. 660

Home classes in practical farming and domestic science for groups of farm workers, pp. 661-662

Als ik kan: democracy and peace, Stickley, Gustav pp. 662-664

Book reviews, pp. 665-668

The Craftsman School Bureau: a word to parents, pp. 669-670

Education and work, pp. 670 ff.

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