HISTORIC BUNGALOW NEIGHBORHOODS
History In Place
by Kathy L Morgan
In Wichita, the undiminished appeal of 100-year-old bungalow neighborhoods is testament to their developers’ far-sighted visions.
by John Luke
A 1924 Craftsman “mini-mansion” houses an eclectic collection of period furnishings and folk art.
A Woodsy Neighbor In The City
By Nan K Chase
A compact bungalow in an old Asheville neighborhood makes arresting use of a rediscovered building material.
Learning from Greene & Greene
By Jane Powell
From a new “ultimate bungalow,” the preservationist draws lessons with universal application
Divided Light: Why Preserve Bungalow Windows?
By John Ribovich
An old bungalow’s windows are its eyes and ears. Sensible preservation and careful restoration can extend their lives.
DEPARTMENTS AND CRAFTSMAN RESOURCES
A Letter from the Publisher
Open House: Letters to the Editor
Was it the Devil at my door? And about
those mugs ….
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 selection of Arts and Crafts–inspired
amenities for contemporary living.
Arts & Crafts Profile
Weaving the Past for the Present
By John Luke
Paul Freeman is “The Textile Guy” and
has the goods to prove it.
The Hoosier Cabinet in Kitchen History
By Nancy R. Hiller
Review by John Luke
American Bungalow News
A busy summer tour season ahead. But first,
historic preservation and the Stimulus Plan,
and Robert Winter gets his due … again.
From Our Friends
Kilmore, Victoria, Australia:
By Steve Ansell
In a time of extremity, a magazine’s arrival affirms life.
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