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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Volume XXVII, Number 2
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, November 1914

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] "The Slav thinker"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 119

"Between the poison and the worm:" a study of war and the new peace, Comfort, Will Levington pp. 119-124

Rain-song, Towne, Charles Hanson p. 124

Chrysanthemums, the crest of the mikado and the favorite of the little garden, pp. 125-134

The Slav: his splendor, his misery, and his place among the nations of to-morrow, pp. 135-144

What will the war bring to America?, Grierson, Francis pp. 145-149

The command of the earth--for prosperity we look to the farmer, not the warrior, pp. 150-157

Hepplewhite, the artist and his style, Thomson, James pp. 158-165

John Ruskin said:, p. 165

The singing Russians: Slav music born of folk song, pp. 166-178

Beauty, Ward, Phyllis pp. 178 ff.

"My people:" the Indians' contribution to the art of America, Eastman, Charles A., (Ohiyesa) pp. 179-186

Living without our imports: what they are--how we can do it, Johnson, Joseph French pp. 187-192

Home-making in America, p. 193

Return of the market basket: how farmers and housewives may reduce the cost of living by the spread of free markets in America, pp. 194-196

Thomas Carlisle and the thirty soldiers of Dumdrudge, p. 197

A Craftsman bungalow with glass-roofed garden room, pp. 198-202

How and when to protect hardy plants, shrubs and vines for winter, Thomson, Adeline Thayer pp. 202-203

Return of the market basket (cont.), pp. 203-205

A California bungalow--unique, practical and picturesque, Byers, Charles Alma pp. 206-208

Cottage-bungalow: a new development in intimate home architecture: photographs by Helen Lukens Gaut, pp. 209-212

From the philosophy of Zarathustra Sims, p. 212

The gun, the wild bird and the boy: the work of the Junior Audubon societies, Pearson, T. Gilbert pp. 213-215

Bird houses and how to build them, Dearborn, Ned pp. 216-220

Living without our imports (cont.), Johnson, Joseph French pp. 221-222

Teaching mothers and children how to market, p. 223

The Slav: his splendor, his misery (cont.), p. 224

An opportunity for the unemployed?, p. 224

Helping the home-makers of America (cont.), pp. 225-229

A new type of fireproof garage, pp. 230-231

Als ik kan: America's Thanksgiving, pp. 231-232 ff.


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