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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Volume XXX, Number 3
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, June 1916

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] Eglantine

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

The craftsman directory for buyers, pp. 5a-6a ff.

The twelve secrets of the woods: a woodcraft girl knows them and other beautiful and wise things, Seton, Ernest Thompson pp. 231-239

The sculptor and the garden: another chance for the fairies, pp. 240-249

Poetry in photography: pictured with such flowers as dreams are made of, pp. 250-255

The architectural beauty of well-designed lattice work, pp. 256-263

Roses, Comfort, Will Levington pp. 264-269

The old road to paradise, Widdemer, Margaret p. 269

Tradition and comfort charmingly blended in a modern colonial home, pp. 270-277

By-paths in a lovely garden, pp. 278-281

For a dance, Masters, Edgar Lee p. 282

Putting your civic house in order: how the young members of the family help, Gray, Mary Richards pp. 283-291

The porch--trysting place of house and garden, pp. 292-299

Water gardens, Farrington, E. I. pp. 300-307

Furnishing the garden in the modern way for the new outdoor life, pp. 308-311

Two new Craftsman designs: small houses with comfort and a sense of space, pp. 312-8a

Tradition and comfort blended in a modern colonial home (cont.), pp. 319-10a

Furnishing the garden in the modern way (cont.), pp. 321-323

Putting your civic house in order (cont.), Gray, Mary Richards p. 323

How to protect rose bushes from the rose aphis, pp. 324-14a

Making birds at home in a museum, Moulton, Robert H. pp. 325-329

The twelve secrets of the woods (cont.), Seton, Ernest Thompson pp. 329-331

Book reviews, pp. 331-22a

Four popular Craftsman houses, pp. 333-336


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