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The craftsman


The craftsman
Volume XXXI, Number 2
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, November 1916

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[Frontispiece] Pure white orchid from India

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-5a

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

The lure of the orchid: the aristocrat among flowers, Lager, John E. pp. 105-115

Demeter's daughters: the women of the field, pp. 116-122

The American stage as it reflects the beauty of the American home: illustrated by designs from the Arden studios, pp. 123-131

Abigail Stone's independence: by way of the garden, Crabbe, Bertha Helen pp. 132-140

England's new adventure in art, pp. 141-147

"The quality house:" that's what we are building today in America, pp. 148-153

The dream of Ming Wang, as played in the pear tree garden: the legend from which "The Yellow Jacket" was written by George C. Hazelton and J. Harry Benrimo, pp. 154-164

To a Chinese sacred lily, Ward, Phyllis p. 165

The craze for the simple house: how it is built and decorated, pp. 166-172

The beauty of humble gardens, Caldwell, Alex. pp. 173-179

Craftsman houses for the home-worker, original in design, practical in detail, pp. 180-184

Abigail Stone's independence: by way of the garden (cont.), Crabbe, Bertha Helen p. 184

The quality house (cont.), pp. 185-8a

Crafts from the homelands, Buck, Mertice MacC. pp. 187-191

Appreciation of modern art, p. 191

Woodland cliff-dwellers, Marple, Albert pp. 192-195

Saving our pine trees, p. 195

Developing a home: "here a little, there a little", Cosse, Esther A. pp. 196-197

Art notes and book reviews, pp. 198-202

Four popular Craftsman houses, pp. 203-206

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