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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Volume XXVII, Number 3
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, December 1914

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] Mother and child

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 235

The miracle of Christmas: a greeting, Dawson, Coningsby pp. 235-238

The Christmas rose: the snow-flower of America, which should flourish in every northern winter garden, pp. 239-[245]

A ballad of the three wise men, Widdemer, Margaret pp. 246-247

The value of fairies: what Arthur Rackham has done to save them for the children of the whole world, Mac Chesney, Clara T. pp. 248-259

"Milt's" wisdom: a word to the nations, Comfort, Will Levington pp. 260-265

The happy dead, Sutherland, Marjorie p. 265

The Christmas garden: plants and shrubs that give color to the white landscape, pp. 266-274

Bringing old-fashioned charm into modern suburban homes, some interesting models, Lippert, F. G. pp. 275-278

Your own home: twelve lessons in practical house construction: number one: the house and its site, pp. 279-285

The make-believe world of toys: humorous dollies and merry animals, pp. 286-293

Creative war, Ruskin, John p. 294

The potters of America: examples of the best craftsmen's work for interior decorations: number one, pp. 295-303

Working for play: the country school developed into a social center, Dyer, Walter A. pp. 304-308

"Properly appointed and becoming dwellings:" the introduction to a series of articles on home decoration, pp. 309-311

Rustic cabins: a new method of slab construction designed by Gustav Stickley, pp. 312-316

Working for play (cont.), Dyer, Walter A. p. 316

The bungalow court idea shown in practical operation, Byers, Charles Alma pp. 317-319

A civic center of real beauty for the people of Santa Barbara, Wentworth, Marion Craig pp. 320-323

Good roads and their building: modern progress in an ancient art, pp. 323-325

If you can't get beef, eat poultry: quick profits from modern methods in raising chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese, Gaylor, Frank W. pp. 326-330

Your own home: twelve lessons in practical house construction: no. one: the house and its site (cont.), pp. 331-333

Feeding and care of little chicks, p. 333

To protect your flowers from Jack Frost, p. 334

Bringing old-fashioned charm into modern suburban homes (cont.), Lippert, F. G. pp. 335-337

The American Santa Claus and his gifts, pp. 338-343

Als ik kan: is culture a commodity?, pp. 344-345

Book reviews, pp. 345-348 ff.


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