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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Volume XXIX, Number 2
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, November 1915

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] The market at Nice

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a ff.

Saving one hundred and fifty million a year in expert marketing, Miller, Cyrus C. pp. 125-131

Leaves, Teasdale, Sara p. 131

Art and the American public: how they can get together for their mutual benefit, Pennell, Joseph pp. 132-141

A farm and culture, Emerson, Ralph Waldo p. 141

The wonderful country: a poem, Widdemer, Margaret pp. 142-143

America in bloom: the work of the country garden clubs, east and west, pp. 144-151

The white eagle of Poland: the emblem of strength and courage, pp. 152-162

"Willow, willow", Thomas, Edith M. p. 163

Day-beds: very new and very old: their history and modern use, pp. 164-167

How Arnold Genthe uses sunlight to capture beauty, pp. 168-179

Bringing an old New England home up-to-date: with consummate art leaving its ancient beauty unmarred, pp. 180-191

Has America no time for music? Written from an interview with Artur Bodanzky, the new conductor of the Metropolitan Opera House, pp. 192-200

The new idea in home furnishing: no. 1: the dining room, pp. 201-203

Jewel-furniture: works of art from craft shops, pp. 204-210

The mirror: the eye of the room, pp. 211-213

Weaving on old-time looms: history and romance in rugs and tapestries, pp. 214-216

The little craft shop on Mermaid Street, pp. 217-220

Nature in the school playgrounds, Curtis, Henry S. pp. 221-223

Weaving on old-time looms (cont.), pp. 224-226

The house that will not burn, pp. 227-228

About American rugs, Cox, Frank Alexander pp. 229-230

Has America no time for music? (cont.), pp. 230-231

Book reviews, pp. 231-232 ff.


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