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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Volume XXVIII, Number 5
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, August 1915

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] Lillah McCarthy as Iphigenia in Granville Barker's production of the Greek tragedy in America

[Title Page], p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

Outdoor drama a part of national progress: Granville Barker's production in the New York stadium of the greatest war play ever written, Roberts, Mary Fanton pp. 431-441

Flower gold for fall beauty, Roorbach, Eloise pp. 442-447

Talkative houses, the story of a new architecture in the West, told by the Women's Club Building at La Jolla, pp. 448-455

Carnations: Jove's divine flowers, pp. 456-463

Fragrant blossoming trees for the street and garden, pp. 464-467

Beauty for the back entrance: interesting development in recent domestic architecture, pp. 468-475

Joy, Sutherland, Marjorie pp. 476-477

The magpie note in new American furniture, pp. 478-485

The white gate studio, pp. 486-491

Her fiancé: a war story, van Saanan, Marie pp. 492-498

A memorial to peace in the midst of war: New York plans greatest industrial art museum in the world, pp. 499-504

Solving the garage problem, Marple, Albert pp. 505-509

The daughters of Martha, pp. 509-510

Intensive farming for women: the work and the profit, Moulton, Robert H. pp. 510-513

How the Chamber of Commerce makes children factors in fire fighting, Woodward, Roland B. pp. 513-515

Rustic seats and shelters, formal and fantastic, pp. 515-517

Why do birds migrate?, pp. 517-519

Industrial arts and the war, p. 519

Grand prizes at the Panama-Pacific Exposition awarded to the Tuec stationary cleaner, p. 519

Tulip bulbs should be planted in the late fall, pp. 520-521

Book reviews, pp. 521-524

Outdoor drama a part of national progress: Granville Barker's production in the New York stadium of the greatest war play ever written (cont.), Roberts, Mary Fanton pp. 524 ff.


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