Issue 22 Table of Contents

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22Summer 1999

BUNGALOW FEATURES:

Modern Craftspeople
Scaling Down Greene & Greene
by Patricia Staton Thomas
A miniature Gamble House that delivers monumental results.

Cover Features
The Twin Cities Bungalow Club Finds a Home
by Kristi Lee Johnson

In St. Paul, Bungalows Are Back
by Mary Reichardt
In the Twin Cities, bungalows have come into their own.

History
Jack London’s “Wolf House”: The Ultimate Arts and Crafts Lodge
by Marlo Faulkner
The author of Call of the WIld and White Fang builds a monument to teh Arts and Crafts aesthetic.

Brand-New Bungalows
In Harmony with Nature at Eagle Lake
by Michelle Gringeri-Brown
New homes that embrace the Craftsman style and the wild beauty of the Pacific Northwest.

Show Us What You’ve Done:
Stripping Down to Bare Essentials
by John Eyler

Arts & Crafts Lodges
The Lodges of Mount Rainier
by Michelle Gringeri-Brown
Washington’s slumbering volcano is a great destination for Arts and Crafts enthusiasts.

DEPARTMENTS AND CRAFTSMAN RESOURCES:

A Letter from the Publisher

Open House: Letters to the Editor
Opinions and suggestions from our readers.

Family Album
Eight more distinctive bungalows from house-proud owners.

Books
Bungalow: American Restoration Style
by Jan Cigliano
Review by Su Bacon.

Profiles
The Art of the Stencil: Trimbelle Studio
by Peter Bennett
Amy Miller climbs to new heights to bring vintage stencils to light.

From Our Friends
It Takes a Bungalow
by Vicki M. Birenberg
The bungalow lifestyle makes a family “house rich.”

American Bungalow News
Winter and Spring events, preservation upgrades and news from the Arts and Crafts world.

Directory of Advertisers

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