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The craftsman


The craftsman
Volume XXX, Number 2
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, May 1916
pages 125-228, 3a-26a : illustrations ; 27 cm

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A corner of Ben Ali Haggin's studio

[Title Page], p. 3a

Contents, pp. 3a-4a

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

The value of "clean" color in decoration and its effect upon the emotion, Herter, Albert pp. 125-129

"At night, at night, my garden sings", Crocker, M. E. p. 129

The Japanese print as a reformer: its power to influence home decoration, pp. 130-139

The home of the future: the new architecture of the West: small homes for a great country: number four, Gill, Irving J. pp. 140-151

Everybody's garden, Lose, Rebecca J. pp. 152-159

Carnations, Widdemer, Margaret p. 159

A studio that is a series of mediƦval pictures, pp. 160-167

The new stagecraft: illustrated by Josef Urban's imaginative setting of Shakespeare, Mann, Dorothea Lawrance pp. 168-178

The new ideal of home-making in America: illustrated with pictures of one woman's work, pp. 179-187

One man's story, Roberts, Mary Fanton pp. 188-200

The return of the candlestick: its decorative value, pp. 201-206

"The real decorator makes the common thing pleasant to look upon and agreeable to use", pp. 207-208

A house planned by the owner, Conover, M. Roberts pp. 209-211

The return of the candlestick: its decorative value (cont.), pp. 212-213

New ideas in color for table setting, including embroidered linen, colored candles, candlesticks in endless variety and centerpieces in pottery, brass, china and crystal, pp. 214-215

Time to plant annual flowering plants, p. 215

A story of home-making, pp. 216-219

The new upholstery, pp. 219-220

Ten excellent birds: good friends of the farmer: coming bird days and weeks, pp. 220-221

Book reviews, pp. 221-26a

Four Craftsman houses, pp. 225-228

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