Issue 52 Table of Contents


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Winter 2006


Neighborhood Preservation
Miracle on South Dunn Street
by Nancy Hiller
In a show of solidarity, a neighborhood’s residents hold out for their principles just long enough for a visionary developer to come to the rescue.

Unaffected Elegance
by Judy Seckler
Prolific architect Sylvanus Marston was
one of a group of contemporaries who
gave Pasadena bungalows their distinctive
character. Now another of his masterful
homes has been restored.

Bungalow Lifestyles
Dorothy’s House: Remembering the
Home of the Future
by Paula Hendrickson
Three generations of two families have
burnished a hand-built 1921 bungalow
with the patina of their daily lives.

New Construction
Past Perfect: Envisioning
Greene & Greene, a Century Later
by John Luke
It wasn’t until after a night at the movies
that Ellyn and Jack Williams realized they
had always shared a love for classic
Craftsman masterpieces.

Show Us What You’ve Done
Less Is More
by Trish Oliver
A Michigan couple challenges the “bigfoots”
and wins.

Historic Preservation
Natural History
by Rebecca Kuzins
A developer collaborates with a city and its preservationists to save a historic residence.

Departments and Craftsman Resources

A Letter from the Publisher

Open House: Letters to the Editor

Family Album
From coast to coast, readers share their
bungalow restoration and preservation

Perspective on Antiques
with David Rudd
Our consultant responds to readers’ questions
on vintage furnishings.

New & Noteworthy
A potter and a rug designer find inspiration in nature, while a metalsmith and a furnituremaker draw on architectural precedents.

Arts & Crafts Profile
The Light of His Life:
William Morris Studio
by Terry Tsujioka
William Morris wants his lamps, with
distinctive shades made by his wife from mica, parchment and leaves, to speak for him.

Stickley’s Craftsman Homes
by Ray Stubblebine
Review by John Luke

American Bungalow News
The Grove Park conference turns 20,
Chicago honors bungalow preservation
and neighborhoods around the country
gear up for holiday tours.

Directory of Advertisers

From Our Friends
Neighborhood Preservation
Shouldn’t Be Controversial
by Sandra Thompson
The bungalow architecture that promotes a
certain kind of neighborliness is under siege.

The Bungalow Bookstore
The holiday gift season is again approaching,
and the bookstore is stocking up with great
new titles.

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