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The craftsman


The craftsman
Volume XXIX, Number 6
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, March 1916

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[Frontispiece] From the high Himalayas is this rosa lævigata naturalized in the West as the Cherokee rose

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

[Contents] Contents for March, 1916, pp. 3a ff.

Recruiting for the shrub garden: a confession, Phillpotts, Eden pp. 565-575

The sacred flower of Russia and Ruthenia, Livesay, Florence Randal pp. 576-584

Birds or insects--which do you prefer?, Roorbach, Eloise pp. 585-593

The wild flowers of the Yosemite Valley, Burr, Agnes Rush pp. 594-601

The home of the future: the new domestic architecture in the East: number two, Lindeberg, H. T. pp. 602-613

"Here's flowers for you" from Shakespeare's garden, pp. 614-622

Old English gardens, with their suggestions for American gardeners, Miller, Warren H. pp. 623-631

Painting war: illustrated from unpublished pictures made at the front, Calvert, Egeria pp. 632-639

An old wind: a poem for March, McCulloch-Williams, Martha p. 640

A lovely informal garden, Frederick, Virginia S. pp. 641-647

"Bringing music to the nation": some recipes, Stock, Frederick A. pp. 648-655

Old English gardens (cont.), Miller, Warren H. pp. 656-657

Recruiting for the shrub garden (cont.), Phillpotts, Eden pp. 657-658

"Bringing music to the nation:" (cont.), Stock, Frederick A. p. 658

Save the egret, Pearson, T. Gilbert pp. 659-662

Health and profit in school gardens: Portland furnishes an interesting example of what children can accomplish as gardeners, Smith, Harlan D. pp. 662-670

Weather-proof garden labels, p. 670

Marblehead pottery, Emerson, Gertrude pp. 671-673

New and attractive uses for concrete, Marple, Albert pp. 673-675

The home of the future (cont.), Lindeberg, H. T. pp. 675-677

"Here's flowers for you" from Shakespeare's garden (cont.), p. 678

Book reviews, pp. 679-681

The new marsh rose, pp. 682 ff.

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