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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Volume XXVII, Number 5
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, February 1915

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] John Muir of California, poet, naturalist, philosopher, friend

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 459

"My people", Henri, Robert pp. 459-469

The Adam style as applied to furniture and fittings, Thomson, James pp. 470-478

Exercise, Lewis, Gertrude Russell p. 478

John Muir, Roorbach, Eloise pp. 479-480

The mysterious orchid, Lounsberry, Alice pp. 481-493

A stately house, Lewis, Gertrude Russell p. 493

A mountain palace for our presidents, Moulton, Robert H. pp. 494-497

Our friends, the plants: how we can grow them and what they can do for us, pp. 498-507

Vintage, nineteen fourteen: a story, Comfort, Will Levington pp. 508-515

Absence, Knapp, Ethel Marjorie p. 515

An architectural tournament: successful designs for American suburban homes, pp. 516-519

Indoor gardening: how to keep summer the year round, pp. 520-529

Why I am interested in The craftsman kitchen, McCann, Alfred W. pp. 530-533

Your own home: number three: selecting the materials for durability, economy and picturesqueness, pp. 534-546

After the architect, furniture and fittings: number three, pp. 547-557

Comfort and economy combined in small Craftsman homes, pp. 558-562

The influence of surroundings, p. 562

Planting your garden to attract the birds, p. 563

A house with a garden room, pp. 564-566

Helpful facts in building a summer camp: by a woman camper who knows all about it, pp. 567-570

How one state is encouraging town forests, p. 570

What two thousand dollars will accomplish in building a comfortable home, Byers, Charles Alma pp. 571-573

Civic activities in England in war time, p. 573

An architectural tournament (cont.), pp. 574-576

How to make a cold frame, Don, David pp. 577-579

Our seed and garden department on the fifth floor of the Craftsman Building for garden lovers, pp. 580-581

After the architect, furniture and fittings (cont.), pp. 581-582

Origin of the "claw-foot", p. 582

The bird corner of our garden floor, Roorbach, Eloise p. 583

Tiles from the potters of Tunis: suggestions for the American landscape-gardener, pp. 584-586

Als ik kan: real estate and a home, pp. 587-588

Garden versus factories for child workers, pp. 588 ff.


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