Issue 34 Table of Contents

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Summer 2002

BUNGALOW FEATURES:

New Construction
Committed to Craftsmanship
by Michelle Gringeri-Brown
A builder finds lifelong purpose in Arts and Crafts.

Interiors
Treasure Hunting
by Paula Hendrickson
Furnishing a comfortable Chicago bungalow with budget antiques.

Architecture
Gems from the Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Purcell, Elmslie and Bradstreet: Pioneers of Progressive Design
by Judith Neiswander
Prairie School architecture and eclectic interior design meet in the Twin Cities.

Collecting Arts & Crafts
Portrait of a Collector
Photography by Alexander Vertikoff
An affinity for the work of George Ohr and the Overbeck Pottery.

Bungalow Lifestyle
Looking Into the Past: Notes From a ’20s Homemaker
by Randy Parker
Old black & white photos invite us to visit.

Neighborhoods
Southern Belles: Macon’s Bungalow Heaven
by Kim Zachman
Preservation is alive and well in Georgia’s Vineville Historic District.

Events
World-Class Morris Collection
by John Luke
William Morris archives on view at the Huntington Library.

Historic Homes
The J. Knox Corbett House: A Heart of Pure American Arts & Crafts
by Dixie Legler
A Tucson house museum that feels like home.

The Inn on the Lake
by Cathy Christovich
Visiting the Craftsman-themed LAke Pointe Inn in Maryland

Affordable Bungalow Collectibles: American Painted Porcelein
by Dorothy Kamm
Hand-painted China with arts and crafts motifs

The Ivan Cobel House
by Doris Roden
Uncovering the charms of a South Dakota Bungalow

DEPARTMENTS AND CRAFTSMAN RESOURCES:

A Letter from the Publisher

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

American Bungalow Collection
Check out our additions …

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

New & Noteworthy
Tiles, lamps, bookends, textiles and more.

Profile
Old California Lantern Company: Arts and Crafts Lighting With an Industrial Base
by John Luke
Quality and craftsmanship are hallmarks of this lighting company.

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

Our Bungalow Cat
by Amelia Parker
The cat that came with the house …

Directory of Advertisers

Book Review
Inglenook Reading
by John Luke
Expanded descriptions of the best Arts and Crafts volumes.

At Home in Milwaukee
by Michael Williams
Craftsmanship and variety go hand-in-hand in Wisconsin’s bungalow neighborhoods.

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