Issue 70 Table of Contents

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BUNGALOW FEATURES

STONECROP
A Rustic Cottage Rooted in the
Pacific Northwest 32
BY TIM COUNTS
With soaring ceilings juxtaposed with a head-scraping dining room, this quirky Oregon home is a study in charming contrasts.

FAR ROCKAWAY
The Bungalows of Rockaway,
New York 46
BY JENNIFER CALLAHAN
A documentary filmmaker captures a moment
in time, giving a forgotten working-class
paradise its rightful place in New York City’s
history while helping to preserve its future.

TALIESIN WEST
Mindful Design for a Brutal Land 58
BY KATHLEEN DONOHUE
Built by hand with the muscle of the Taliesin
Fellowship, Frank Lloyd Wright’s “floating
ship on the desert” is still home to some
of the original members—and to a unique
architectural school.

HISTORIC WILLO
A Phoenix Bungalow Built for Two 72
BY JOHN CRUMMEY
Downsizing from a historic five-bedroom
home was a daunting prospect for these
Phoenix empty-nesters, until they found
plenty of room in a tiny Willo bungalow.

FACTORY IN FAYETTEVILLE
The Legacy of Stickley 84
What began as a young student’s walk
through the old Stickley factory for a
research project became a challenge to
tell the furniture makers’ complete story,
beyond Arts and Crafts.

IN THE BUNGALOW GARDEN
Where Are All the Camperdown Elms? 96
A subscriber’s letter sends us in search
of a tree we’d never heard of and results
in a new feature.

SHOW US WHAT YOU’VE DONE
Our House: Modern Comforts,
the Soul of an Old Home 102
A Western couple build a retreat on a
five-acre spread near Glacier National Park, blending their love for Craftsman style with today’s conveniences and Montana hospitality.

DEPARTMENTS AND
CRAFTSMAN RESOURCES

A Letter from the Publisher 1

Open House: Letters to the Editor 8
A reader shares her gratitude as her dream
home nears completion; survey says ‘more
floor plans’ and a subscriber without a fireplace wants to add a warm hearth to his bungalow.

In Memoriam: Robert Judson Clark 11
Robert Winter fondly remembers the
father of the Arts and Crafts revival.

Family Album 14
From coast to coast, readers share their
pride in their bungalows.

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

New & Noteworthy 25
A selection of Arts and Crafts–inspired
amenities for contemporary living.

ARTS AND CRAFTS PROFILE
Keeping It Personal 106
Fair Oak Workshop’s John Armstrong
brings crafters into the 21st century.

FROM OUR FRIENDS
Good Craftsmanship Makes
Great Fences 109
BY ELIZABETH DEKAM

Directory of Advertisers 110

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