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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Volume XXVII, Number 6
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, March 1915

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] John Burroughs

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 591

My father's garden and mine, Burroughs, Julian pp. 591-596

A plea for the wild garden: the beauty and usefulness of our vanishing wild flowers, pp. 597-604

The lotus, symbol of the world, pp. 605-611

The artist in the garden: recent American fountain sculpture, Brush, Edward Hale pp. 612-619

A Japanese garden in America: garden-making that in formal manner expresses history, romance and poetry, Roorbach, Eloise pp. 620-629

A New England flower lover, pp. 630-635

Vine-clad bowers and garden vistas, pp. 636-642

Listening for the lark! A story, Comfort, Will Levington pp. 643-649

The humorous gardener, Addison, Joseph p. 649

Landscape forestry and wild gardening increase the beauty and value of the farm, Miller, Wilhelm pp. 650-659

Your own home: number four: the planning of the grounds, pp. 660-671

Properly appointed dwellings: number four: comfort from small fittings in homes, pp. 672-683

Two unique and practical designs for Craftsman country bungalows, pp. 684-689

A lover of wild flowers (cont.), p. 689

Furnishing your garden: study to achieve comfort as well as picturesqueness in outdoor fittings, pp. 690-692

Vine-clad bowers and garden vistas (cont.), p. 692

New designs in clay fern-holders, p. 693

Wild gardening (continued), p. 694

Concrete furniture and fittings for gardens, p. 695

Rustic furniture and garden shelters, p. 696

"How does your garden grow?", pp. 697-698

Properly appointed dwellings (cont.), p. 698

Planting practical gardens for beauty, Phelps, Harold D. pp. 699-701

Your own garden: any kind you like, pp. 702-706

Increased efficiency in our garden department, p. 706

Planting in relation to color, p. 707

Als ik kan: gardens and the unemployed, pp. 708-710

Index to vol. XXVII of The craftsman: topic index

Index of persons


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