Issue 67 Table of Contents

ISSUE 67


BUNGALOW FEATURES

ARTS AND CRAFTS MOMS
Restoring a Prairie Jewel (and Again)
By Tim Counts
Gene and Katy Welch knew restoring
their home would be a challenge. Even doing it twice
didn’t fase this artful couple.

Pasadena Paradise
By Paula Hendrickson
Faced with re-shooting the pilot episode,
the producers of “Numbers moved the
show from a Boston brownstone to a
Pasadena bungalow.

THE AMERICAN SOUTHWEST
Native American and Hispanic
Weaving: Arts and Crafts as
a Way of life
By Andrew Gulliford
Centuries before Stickley and Hubbard
advocated the artful American life, the
Southwest’s Native Americans were living it.

The Spirit of the Journey
By Katherine Bair Desmond
George and Blitsy Susich, creative spirits
with a passion for adventure. regard themselves
as caretakers of their unique Phoenix home.

BUNGALOW COURTS
Quite Lovely in Its Place:
Gartz Court at 100
By John Luke, With Robert Winter
And Kevin Jon Henry
In as centennial year, a quarter-century
after being relocated to survive, a
bungalow court makes a beautiful case
for presentation.

SHOW US WHAT YOU’VE DONE
Life In All It’s Particulars
By Deborah Russel
Searching for a design form for which
she had no name, she discovered it was
“Craftsman bungalow” and was introduced
to a language for a timeless way of living.

DEPARTMENTS AND CRAFTSMAN RESOURCES

A Letter from the Publisher

Open House: Letters to the Editor
Bungalows, please! Bravo Lummis!
Holy Toledo!

Family Album
From coast to coast, readers share their
pride in their bungalows.

Perspective on Antiques
With David Rudd
Our consultant responds so readers’ questions
on vintage furnishings.

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

ARTS & CRAFTS PROFILE
A Quality Proposition
By John Luke
When Mike Reggio founded the Reggio
Register Company in 1978. he made an
absolute commitment to quality that
has endured.

Appetite for America:
How Visionary Businessman Fred Harvey
Built a Railroad Hospitality Empire
That Civilized the Wild West
By Stephen Fried
Review By John Luke

American Bungalow News
Now in its 19th year, Craftsman Weekend
expands so new quarters at the Pasadena
Convention Center: Other shows and
bungalow tours on the west coast and around
the country fill out the fall schedule.

Directory of Advertisers

FROM OUR FRIENDS
Nana’s House
By Laura Euler

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