Issue 58 Table of Contents

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Summer 2008

BUNGALOW FEATURES

New Construction
Arroyo on the Animas
by John Ribovich
Howard and Marjie Wilson encouraged
their architect and craftspeople to weave
the Durango, Colo., landscape into their canyon-rim home.

Collections
Pioneers
by David Cathers
The makers of “generic mission”
furnishings dwelled in relative obscurity
until Jill and Michael Clark opened up
the world of affordable Arts and Crafts.

In a House on a Lake in the Woods
A Syracuse businessman’s great-grandson
reflects on his family’s life over a century
at a camp in the western Adirondacks.

American Places
Bringing Back Stinesville
by Nancy Hiller
The little town of Stinesville supplied
Indiana limestone for monuments and
skyscrapers until its mill burned in 1916.
Ninety years later, its own modest buildings
are being reclaimed.

Historic Homes
Prairie Roots, Portland Style
by Ruth Mullen
The Delahunt House was edgy for 1909.
Today, its oak wainscoting, endless crown
molding and Prairie Style art glass stand
out amidst Irvington’s Craftsman classics.

DEPARTMENTS AND CRAFTSMAN RESOURCES

A Letter from the Publisher

Open House: Letters to the Editor
A reader’s 1917 bungalow in Toledo, Ohio,
though plain by Greene & Greene
standards, is still beautiful and,
above all, comfortable.

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

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

New & Noteworthy
Theodore Ellison’s “Decatur” line of
Prairie School-influenced windows can
be adapted to doors, skylights and
cabinetry panels. Also showcased are
retro Italian stoves and new designs
in doors and furniture, fabric and iron.

Books
Richard Nickel’s Chicago
by Michael Williams

Arts & Crafts Profile
Her Native Roots: Native Tile and Ceramics (Part Two)
by Terry Tsujioka
Diana Mausser’s career-defining object
was a matte-green, leaf-patterned
terra cotta tile.

Americana: Song of America
by Various Artists, Ed Pettersen,
David Macias, Bob Olhsson and Janet Reno

American Bungalow News
As Jud Yoho’s classic 1916 Craftsman
Bungalows catalog is republished, another
classic, Clay Lancaster’s The American
Bungalow, is celebrated in the author’s
home of Lexington, Kansas.

Directory of Advertisers

From Our Friends
Bungalow Instincts
by Diane Reicher Jacobs, AIA
Any house harbors memories, and
understanding it requires a special
kind of remembering.

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

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