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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Volume XXX, Number 1
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, April 1916

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] Entrance to the home of Mrs. James M. Townsend, Mill Neck, L. I.

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

The craftsman directory for buyers, pp. 5a-10a ff.

The architectural league in the guise of a magician , pp. 3-13

Bringing the arch to American architecture: the value of its use in house and garden walls, pp. 14-22

Wayside flowers: their love stories and a few scientific facts, Bunting, Martha pp. 23-33

A word of the house of wood: its romance, beauty and picturesqueness, likewise economy, pp. 34-40

The home of the future: number three: what will be the contribution of the south in the development of American architecture, Ziegler, C. A. pp. 41-52

Planning for beauty and comfort in the new American farmhouse, pp. 53-63

"Dwelling houses full of pleasantness" beginning to fill our land, pp. 64-77

Springtime and tulip borders, Wilson, Helen pp. 78-83

St. Austell Hall, the home of John Gribbel at Wyncote, Pennsylvania, Bunting, Martha pp. 84-90

The oriole, Mason, Edward Wilbur p. 90

Varieties of colonial architecture, Eberlein, Harold Donaldson pp. 91-94

A picturesque Craftsman house on a unique site, pp. 95-98

Community farming proves profitable, Marple, Albert pp. 98-99

The architectural league in the guise of a magician (cont.), pp. 100-16a

Oregon bungalow from Craftsman ideas: interesting plan for a side hill, pp. 101-18a

A real doll house, p. 103

Old shutters for new houses, pp. 104-108

Rail fence is supplanted by concrete wall, Marple, Albert pp. 109-111

The home of the future: number three: what will be the contribution of the south in the development of American architecture (cont.), Ziegler, C. A. pp. 112-113

Wayside flowers (cont.), Bunting, Martha pp. 114-30a

The house of wood (cont.), p. 115

Springtime and tulip borders, Wilson, Helen p. 115

Early American craftsmen, Dyer, Walter A. pp. 116-119

Book reviews, pp. 120-38a


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