Issue 74 Table of Contents

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BUNGALOW FEATURES

BUNGALOW KITCHENS
Bungalow Kitchens:
Preserving the Past, Cherishing
the Present 20
BY KATHLEEN DONOHUE
Though they come from all walks of life,
lovers of old bungalows seem to share a
craving for simplicity.

BUNGALOW RESTORATIONS
A Timbered Marvel Glows Again 46
BY JOHN LUKE
Defying the odds, Faith and Mark Dymek
went with their guts, followed their hearts
and won.

ARCHITECTS
No Stone Unturned: The Methodical
Chaos of Architect Earl Young 62
BY ROB SASS AND KATHLEEN DONOHUE
For Young, the rocks that littered the fields
and woodlands bordering Lake Michigan
had a higher purpose.

HISTORIC PRESERVATION
National Trust Coming to Spokane 78
BY KRISTEN GRIFFIN
Exploring preservation to achieve
sustainability, cultural diversity, adaptive
reuse and community revitalization.

NEW CONSTRUCTION
Welcome Home 80
BY ALICE NEUHAUSER
We wanted a house that would be inviting
to guests and welcomed by its neighbors.

HISTORIC BUNGALOWS
The Keyes Bungalow at 100:
In Full, and In Color 94
BY JANE BRACKMAN
A classic airplane bungalow and its garden
serve its human and canine residents
gracefully and well.

DEPARTMENTS AND
CRAFTSMAN RESOURCES

A Letter from the Publisher 1

Open House: Letters to the Editor 8
Readers share their appreciation, suggestions
and corrections.

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

New & Noteworthy 36
A selection of Arts and Crafts–inspired
amenities for today’s bungalow lifestyle

Perspective on Antiques 40
WITH DAVID RUDD
Craftsman Do-It-Yourselfers take center stage.

ARTS AND CRAFTS PROFILE
The Symbiotic Partnership of Head,
Heart & Hand 106
For three decades, printmaker Carrie
Jazwiecki and sculptor Bob Morrissey have teamed up with their clients to produce
classic Arts and Crafts reproductions.

FROM OUR FRIENDS
Marigolds 109
BY LINDA RAVEN

Directory of Advertisers 110

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