Issue 64 Table of Contents

Purchase History
64Winter 2009

BUNGALOW FEATURES

In the Heart of Maybeck Country:
Berkeley’s Wallen Maybeck House
By John Ribovich
Left homeless by a 1923 fire in
Berkeley hills, Bernard Maybeck and his
family built a legacy.

THE AMERICAN SOUTHWEST

El Alisal, the Southwest Museum
and the Mission Revival
by Robert Winter
A man of wit, imagination, and “appalling
industry,” Charles Fletcher Lummis established
and led seminal institutions. In doing so,
he became one himself.

CRAFTSMAN RENOVATION

Follow Your Dreams
by David Cathers
Jerry Cohen’s shingle-sided house,
guesthouse and barn are grouped beside
a small lake amid trees and fields. They
could have been built a century ago.

BUNGALOW EPHEMERA

The Pulps: Adventure and Art
Between the World Wars
By Roger Rittner
The fiction magazines of early-20th-
century America were escapist reading
for millions of Americans who wanted to
romanticize war, revel in the Jazz Age
and forget the Depression. The art
echoed the era.

BUNGALOW COURTS

A Peaceful Place: The Bungalow
Court, Revived
By Rebecca Kuzins
Restored Bungalows enliven a
Craftsman-style affordable-housing
development in a historic Pasadena
neighborhood.

DEPARTMENTS AND CRAFTSMAN RESOURCES

A Letter from the Publisher

Open House: Letters to the Editor
Mission Furniture as business wisdom:
dusts easily, almost indestructible. And
why the Orpheum? Here’s why.

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
A selection of Arts and Crafts–inspired
amenities for contemporary living.

Arts & Crafts Profile
The Art of Centuries Past
By John Luke
Susan Hebert of Cobre Copper achieved
success as a marketing person in a craftperson’s
world.

REVIEWS

An Architecture of Serenity
“Beautiful Simplicity: Arts & Crafts
Architecture in Southern California”
An independent documentary written,
directed, and produced by Paul Bockhorst
Productions.

His Moment In Time
“Elbert Hubbard: An American Original”
A PBS documentary written, directed, and
produced by WNED-TV, Buffalo/Toronto

American Bungalow News
Native American baskets, Malibu tile,
shop class as a liberal education, and
lots of winter holiday goodies.

From Our Friends
Playing With Fire
By Linda Raven

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