Issue 65 Table of Contents

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Spring 2010

Bungalow Features

HISTORIC HOMES
A California Craftsman in
Hawkeye Nation 36
by Tim Counts
Phil and Kathy Taylor, owners of Phil Taylor Antiques, live today in a house in which their own antiques are perfectly at home.

HISTORIC TAMPA
The Kiss of the Sun for Pardon:
The Giunta Family Homestead
and Farm 52
by Del Acosta
The Craftsman-era Giunta farm and its
1925 farmhouse are a continuum from
Ybor City’s past and an emblem of its
enduring heritage.

Ybor City and the Foundation of
Modern Tampa 64
by Elizabeth McCoy
In 1885, Gavino Gutierrez persuaded
Vicente Ybor to move his Key West cigar
factory to the fledgling port of Tampa, giving birth to a vibrant multi-ethnic community.

How a Highway Helped a
Historic Neighborhood 72
by Jo-Anne Peck
In the 1960s, urban highway construction destroyed or isolated early-20th-century
neighborhoods like Tampa’s Ybor City.
Today it’s a different story.

ARTS AND CRAFTS ARTISANS
Never Stop: Edgar Miller’s Chicago
Handmade Homes 84
by Michael Williams
Edgar Miller loved the world enough to
want to help build it. He spent most of
the 20th century doing just that,
to astonishing effect.

Bungalow Lifestyle
Desert Song: A Bungalow Love Story 98
by Katherine Bair Desmond
When it came to choosing a house in
Phoenix she could really call home,
Patrice Wappel followed her heart.

Departments and Craftsman Resources

A Letter from the Publisher 1

Open House: Letters to the Editor 8
Yearning for more bungalow philosophy;
a “Middle-Earth” in the Grand Canyon;
and a marriage made in heaven.

Family Album 14
From coast to coast, readers share their
bungalow restoration and preservation
achievements.

Perspective on Antiques 20
with David Rudd
Our consultant responds to readers’ questions
on vintage furnishings.

New & Noteworthy 27
A selection of Arts and Crafts–inspired
amenities for contemporary living.

Arts and Crafts Profile
Throwing Light 110
By John Luke
Ceramicist Paul J. Katrich devises glazes that seem eerily both ancient and timeless.

BOOKS
Artistic Leather of the Arts and
Crafts Era 112
By Daniel Lees
Review by John Luke

American Bungalow News 115
Spring tours blossom, and Charles Rohlfs’s
furniture takes center stage.

Directory of Advertisers 124

From Our Friends
Farming 126
By Ann Christoph

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