Issue 56 Table of Contents

56Winter 2007


Artist’s Retreat: Maybeck and Magic in the Berkeley Hills
by John Ribovich
With a view of the Golden Gate and within earshot of Cal’s Campanile, a house among the trees has long been
a haven for creative spirits.

Polemic — Confessions of a Radical Preservationist
by Jane Powell
The tiniest bungalows contain hundreds
of board feet of old-growth timber and
harbor a large part of our history. We
can no longer afford to lose them.

From Rags to Riches
by Ruth Mullen
A Portland couple challenged the
conventional wisdom, rescuing and
restoring a once grand Craftsman
that even its neighbors had given up for dead.

Working-Class Beauties:
The Colorful Brick Bungalows of
Denver’s Highlands
by Sarah M. Hilbert
The Northwest Denver community
has endured ebbs and flows
of population and popularity. Today,
the tide is up and the living is good.

Arts and Crafts Collections
Living with Things You Love
by David Cathers
Collector and dealer Stuart Solomon
knows that when it comes to Stickley,
“Early Gus” reigns supreme. But his
refined taste has tended to prefer
the work of Gustav’s brothers,
Leopold and John George, and Limbert.

Departments and Craftsman Resources

A Letter from the Publisher

Open House: Letters to the Editor
A subscriber takes us to task over
our coverage of new bungalows, and
a family of readers is united by a bridge
designed to be both useful and beautiful.

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

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

New & Noteworthy
John Seiz, Lisa Young, Chris Efker,
Dan Cooper, Nawal Motawi and the folks over
at Copper Moon Woodworks unveil their newest
offerings for the holiday season.

The Arts and Crafts Movement in
the Pacific Northwest
by Lawrence Kreisman and Glenn Mason

Arts & Crafts Profile
Daring to be Perfect: Crownpoint Cabinetry
by Terry Tsujioka
The Stowell family of New Hampshire
has stayed together, worked together
and taken risks together. Now it’s paying
off for them and for their customers nationwide.

American Bungalow News
As two historic Pasadena institutions
celebrate their birthdays and the Kirkland
Museum in Denver expands to accommodate
its unique collection of Arts and Crafts objects,
holiday celebrations, tours and exhibits beckon
around the country.

Directory of Advertisers

From Our Friends
Seduction by Sawdust
by Patricia Murphy
Turn a guy loose with a roomful of
power tools and you’ll find out who he really is.

The Bungalow Bookstore
Your reliable resource for thoughtful
gift-giving for friends and family.

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