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The craftsman


The craftsman
Volume XXVIII, Number 6
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, September 1915

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[Frontispiece] "On the way to school"

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

The most valuable of all arts, Stickley, Gustav pp. 527-531

Goldenrod and asters: nature's royal embroideries of purple and gold, pp. 532-540

Wind litany, Widdemer, Margaret p. 541

Modern variation of Jacobean furniture, developing fresh beauty, pp. 542-544

Half-timber houses in old villages of France, many of which are destroyed, pp. 545-553

The Northwest holds its first important art exhibition, pp. 554-561

"Tawno Ker:" the picturesque home of Otis Skinner, on the old road laid out by William Penn, pp. 562-568

Children's backyard gardens under school supervision, Jarvis, C. D. pp. 569-573

To an old lady, Ableson, Blanche p. 573

Flights of birds through newest fabrics: brilliant colors and tropical designs, pp. 574-583

Wickens beats it: a story, Bryson, Lyman pp. 584-589

The Castle of Chillon: famous in history and poetry, Ford, E. Drusille pp. 590-595

Artistic opportunities in painted furniture, pp. [596]-598

Some constructive experiments in a boys' camp, Taylor, Charles K. pp. 599-603

Portable greenhouses, p. 603

A "character factory," or, Making boys good in the children's village, Strange, Joanna Gleed pp. 604-607

Civic education through moving pictures and lectures, pp. 607-608

A home which embraces studio and domestic features, Marple, Albert pp. 608-609

Our farmers need the forests, p. 610

Beautifying the storm drain ditch, Marple, Albert pp. 611-613

The apostle of the open schoolhouse: Dr. Henry M. Leipziger, the pioneer of adult education in New York, Harris, G. W. pp. 613-614

How to locate a bluebird nesting house, Shutts, Emma L. p. 614

The most valuable of all arts (cont.), Stickley, Gustav p. 615

Book reviews, pp. 615-616 ff.

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