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The craftsman

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The craftsman
Volume XXXI, Number 3
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, December 1916

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Contents

[Cover]

[Frontispiece] Mother and child: from a painting by Gari Melchers

[Title page] The craftsman, p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-5a

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

"My mother": a lovely exposition of the madonna spirit, Loti, Pierre pp. 209-216

Christmas eve in the north, Ward, Phyllis p. 216

The "play-girl" in fiction, pp. 217-223

Dancing and democracy, pp. 224-233

By the fire, Jackson, Leroy Freeman p. 233

Miss Alicia: a christmas story, Simmons, Laura pp. 234-238

Paul Clerget in Xmas pantomime: the value of his exquisite art to all America, pp. 239-246

Picture fireplaces: illustrating stories for sitting room, library and nursery, pp. 247-253

The lecture: a story, Jakobi, Paula pp. 254-257

Shop windows, Smedley, Constance p. 258

Old architectural details which inspire modern architectural beauty, Freehof, M. E. pp. 259-266

"The breeze comes fresh", Trine, Grace Steele Hyde p. 267

Silhouette illustrations for "Midsummer Night's Dream": drawn by P. Konewka, pp. 268-270

Flower gifts for Xmas time, pp. 271-278

The sea's fairy babies: as shown by Jessie Wilcox Smith's illustrations for Kingsley's "water babies", pp. 279-281

Craftsman cottage, planned for much comfort and little labor, pp. 282-285

Road improvement in America, Stoneking, J. B. p. 286

Picture fireplaces: illustrating stories for sitting room, library and nursery (cont.), pp. 287-288

Road improvement in America (cont.), Stoneking, J. B. p. 288

Building for comfort, Montgomery, Margaret pp. 289-10a

Why not artistic post boxes?, pp. 293-295

Paul Clerget in Xmas pantomime (cont.), p. 295

Book reviews, pp. 296-18a

Four popular Craftsman houses, pp. 301-304


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