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The craftsman


The craftsman
Volume XXVII, Number 1
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, October 1914

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Contents: volume XXVII: October 1914-March 1915


[Frontispiece] "Our cow", p. [2]

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3

"Hai, Joe, where are you marching?" A study of war, Comfort, Will Levington pp. 3-7

Remembrance: Greek folk-song, Widdemer, Margaret p. 8

Youth, art, and the lovely old Luxembourg gardens, Roberts, Mary Fanton pp. 9-15

The hero: a Russian war story, Tchirikov, Evgeny pp. 16-19

Peonies, the sweet witches of the garden, Roorbach, Eloise pp. 20-28

Are we training for war or peace?, Stickley, Gustav pp. 29-32

Beauty harvests from field and forest for winter decoration, Perrett, Antoinette Rehmann pp. 33-41

The city of laughter, Dawson, Coningsby pp. 42-45

The artist's wonder-stone: how Baron de Meyer sees modern Spain, pp. 46-52

American women and housework: the problem presented by the prophesied decline in immigration, pp. 53-58

Belgium, the hero among nations!, pp. 59-67

The Harts, Lewis, Gertrude R. p. 68

The development of an American style of home furnishing founded upon beauty, comfort and simplicity, pp. 69-78

Passing of the war virtues, Addams, Jane pp. 79-80

Craftsman stucco house with unique and interesting plan to secure sunlight, air and outlook, pp. 81-85

Reed baskets, their many uses and how to weave them, Buck, Mertice Maccrea pp. 86-90

How Uncle Sam helps farmers to grow better corn, p. 91

Talachino: a home for Russian folk art, Cain, K. R. pp. 92-96

Garden city children, p. 96

"Beauty-letters", pp. 97-98

Sanitary progress in India and Egypt, p. 98

Hilda's pillow: healing the insane through work, Ness, Mary Lawson pp. 99-103

From the philosophy of Zarathustra Sims, p. 103

A new vegetable from Japan, p. 104

How the farmer's daughter can earn pin money, p. 105

How the Maine farmers get potato crops to market on the trolley cars, p. 106

Profit, health and happiness from idle city land, pp. 106-108

Als ik kan: "made in America", pp. 109-111

The dignity of labor, Holmes, John Haynes p. 111

From the philosophy of Zarathustra Sims, p. 111

Child welfare work in England: from the American city, p. 112

Book reviews, pp. 112-115

Craftsman garden service, pp. 116 ff.

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