Powell River Townsite: A Craftsman-Era
Company Town in the Canadian Wilderness
by Susan Clark
Today, a progressive 1910 mill-workers’
town is a jewel on British Columbia’s
Simple but Seminal
by Ruth Mullen
The 1905 Lewis and Clark Exposition
was a catalyst for young, talented
architects like Joseph Jacobberger.
Another Kind of Environment
by David Cathers
When Ann and Andre Chaves decided
their work with a Greene & Greene
masterpiece was done, they found
another place to mix their magic.
Historic Seminole Heights: Tampa’s
by Helen Harmon
Battered by hard times and cloven
by an Interstate, Old Seminole Heights
has made itself new again.
DEPARTMENTS AND CRAFTSMAN RESOURCES
A Letter from the Publisher
Open House: Letters to the Editor
Modestly, we share a little love from our readers.
From coast to coast, readers share
their bungalow restoration and
Perspective on Antiques
with David Rudd
Our consultant responds to readers’
questions on vintage furnishings.
New & Noteworthy
Outside and in, an array of artistic
solutions for graceful Arts and Crafts living.
Arts & Crafts Profile
The Craftsman Home:
Built on Relationships
by Terry Tsujioka
For Lee Jester, customers are
American Bungalow News
Under faithful stewardship, Boettcher
Mansion gets a major upgrade.
Directory of Advertisers
From Our Friends
by Allene Symons
In an old bungalow, it’s okay if no two are alike.
The Bungalow Bookstore
Your reliable resource for thoughtful
gift-giving for friends and family.