Issue 36 Table of Contents

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Winter 2002

BUNGALOW FEATURES:

Preservation
Neighbors in Action: Pride of Place
by Carol Kaesuk Yoon
A Bellingham, Wash., neighborhood celebrates its craftsman roots..

Interiors
Bold and Beautiful: A Wisconsin Bungalow Makes a Statement
by Tim Counts
A storybook house in Milwaukee with a striking interior scheme..

Bungalow Renovations
Royal Transformation
by Trish Oliver
Purcell, Elmslie and Bradstreet: Pioneers of Progressive Design

Preservation
Chicago Update: Saving Homes Block by Block
by Michelle Gringeri-Brown
“Green” projects are just another part of Chicago’s bungalow-boosting efforts..

Collections
One Step at a Time
by David Cathers
Great furniture and pottery in a Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie School icon..

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

Antiques
Bungalow Collectibles: Buying on a Budget
by Jerry Cohen
Think you can’t afford antiques? Think again…

Show Us What You’ve Done
Worth the Wait
by Nan and Marty Deniston
A family-friendly home gets a new kitchen and more.

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.

PROFILES:

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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