Issue 71 Table of Contents

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BUNGALOW FEATURES

BUNGALOW KITCHENS
The Heart of a Home 32
Back by popular demand: From tiny to Titanic and from vintage to new, AB brings you an assortment of kitchens from some of your favorite featured homes.

FROM TOLEDO, SPAIN, TO TOLEDO, OHIO
Elegantly European, Unmistakably American 48
BY DOUGLAS J. FORSYTH
Roses and tulips abound in this lovely home in Toledo’s Historic Old West End. With records long gone, the author attempts to discover the history of his European-influenced home, as well as its architect.

THROUGH THE ARTIST’S LENS
Edward S. Curtis’s Lost Land 63
BY JAMES BRIAN DONOHUE
One man, eighty tribes, three decades: the story behind the iconic Native American photographs that have adorned countless Arts and Crafts homes.

ECOLOGICAL DESIGN IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
The Sustainable Bungalow 72
BY ROBERT G. BAILEY
Sensible, practical and snug, the humble bungalow has always been the very definition of sustainability—generations before most of us had ever heard the word.

THE BUNGALOW CHARM OF LEXINGTON, KY.
Bungalows in the Bluegrass 86
BY JAMES D. BIRCHFIELD
From horse farms to family homes, bungalow style is a perfect match to Lexington’s longstanding air of Southern hospitality.

IN THE BUNGALOW GARDEN
Heirloom Gardening—Closer to Home 96
BY JOHN BURKE
Recreating grandmother’s garden isn’t quite as simple as it seems. The author defines what “heirloom” means to passionate gardeners while offering sage advice for gardening success.

SHOW US WHAT YOU’VE DONE
“Lots of Work, No Problem” 103
BY JULIE WHALLEY
Ms. Whalley, of Dresden, Maryland, is no stranger to power tools. She shares her journey as she creates a new family retreat that “looks as if it’s been there for decades.”

DEPARTMENTS AND CRAFTSMAN RESOURCES

A Letter from the Publisher 1

Open House: Letters to the Editor 8
A reader shares a vintage bungalow publication, readers swap resources for hard-to-heat homes, and a request for Arts and Crafts lodgings in New England leads a reader to our new website.

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

Perspective on Antiques 20
with David Rudd
In a special column, David addresses the all-too-prevalent problem of fakes and frauds in the world of collecting.

New & Noteworthy 25
A selection of Arts and Crafts–inspired amenities for today’s bungalow lifestyle.

ARTS AND CRAFTS PROFILE
Handcrafting a Life Less Ordinary 106
Forty years ago, Rick Badgley of RB Woodworking turned his back on Wall Street and headed for the mountains to craft Stickley reproductions in an underground woodshop—and he’s never regretted it for a second.

FROM OUR FRIENDS
My Preservation Roots 109
BY SYLVIA DOHNAL

Directory of Advertisers 110

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