Issue 25 Spring 2000

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Preserving Roswell's Unique Heritage
By Peggy Stokes
Its not all about aliens in New Mexico.

Twenty Years Later: Revisiting the Heinmans' Finest Bungalow
By Tim Andersen
A new guest house complements the lovingly restored 1910 Parsons House.

Portland's Bungalow Fire Stations
By Richard Howard
Homestyle fire stations from the bungalow era.

Still Waters Run Deep
By Truett Lawson
An Eclectic b&b that combines Victorian and Arts and Crafts detailing.

The Case for Appropriate Tile
By Richard D Mohr
Appropriate tile resources for kitchen and baths.

Crafting a Kitchen
By Truett Lawson
Making a Craftsman kitchen work for today.

Improving on the Original
By Michael Colombo
Bring back a bungalow with respect for the past.

Collecting: A Family Story
By Michelle Gringeri-Brown
Children and pets coexist with a great collection of Arts & Crafts furnishings.

Learning the Ropes of Collecting
By Chuck Jaksec
Piratical tips on how to educate yourself before you jump into collecting.

Jerry Cohen: Craftsman Auctions
By Peter Bennett
An entrepreneur who embraces the breadth of the Arts and Crafts ethos.

Going Modern
By Caron Benoit and Andreas Binkert
A modern take on a second-story addition.

The Relevance of the Arts and Crafts Movement in the 21st Century
By Andre Chaves
Was the original Arts and Crafts movement destined to fail?

Re-creating Yesterday with Today's Materials
By Ted Hoppin and Anne Sommer
New bungalows from a Bainbridge Island neighborhood.

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