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The craftsman: Vol. X, Number 4 (July 1906)

[Charles Haag--sculptor of toil--kindred spirit to millet and meunier], Spargo, John pp. [432]-442

The craftsman: Vol. X, Number 5 (August 1906)

The social service of a city school, Spargo, John pp. 605-613

The spiritual regeneration of Dreyfus, Spargo, John pp. 626-629

The craftsman: Vol. XI, Number 1 (October 1906)

Edward Carpenter, the philosopher: his gospel of friendship and simplicity, Spargo, John pp. 44-56

The craftsman: Vol. XI, Number 2 (November 1906)

With Maxim Gorky in the Adirondacks, Spargo, John pp. 149-155

The craftsman: Vol. XI, Number 3 (December 1906)

Human strength and purity symbolized in the art of Stephan Sinding, Spargo, John pp. 277-287

The craftsman: Vol. XI, Number 4 (January 1907)

The nurse and the doctor in the public school are evidences of a growing regard for child life, Spargo, John pp. 472-480

The craftsman: Vol. XII, Number 2 (May 1907)

Eugene Higgins: an American artist whose work upon canvas depicts the derelicts of civilization as do the tales of Maxim Gorky in literature, Spargo, John pp. 135-146

The craftsman: Vol. XII, Number 3 (June 1907)

The political economy of saving babies' lives: practical method of improving cities' milk supply, Spargo, John pp. 301-314

The craftsman: Vol. XII, Number 4 (July 1907)

Albert Humphreys: American painter and sculptor, Spargo, John pp. 416-423

The craftsman: Vol. XII, Number 5 (August 1907)

Van Dearing Perrine: a new American painter of nature's elemental forces, Spargo, John pp. 487-496

The craftsman: Vol. XII, Number 6 (September 1907)

George Luks, an American painter of great originality and force, whose art relates to all the experiences and interests of life, Spargo, John pp. 599-607

The regeneration of Ikey - the story of a school where dull or vicious little brains are awakened by training the hands to useful work, Spargo, John pp. 642-646

The craftsman: Vol. XIII, Number 3 (December 1907)

Leon Dabo, poet in color, Spargo, John pp. 261-268


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