Issue 34 Summer 2002

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Committed to Craftsmanship
By Michelle Gringeri-Brown
A builder finds lifelong purpose in Arts and Crafts:

Treasure Hunting
By Paula Hendrickson
Furnishing a comfortable Chicago bungalow with a budget antiques.

Gems from the Minneapolis Institute of Arts Purcell, Elmsile and Bradstreet: Pioneers of Progressive Design
By Judith Neiswander
Prairie School architecture and eclectic interior design meet in the Twin Cities.

Portrait of a Collector
Photography by Alexander Vertikoff
An affinity for the work of George Ohr and the Overbeck Pottery.

Looking Into the Past: Notes From a '20s Homemaker
By Randy Parker
Old black & white photos invite us to visit.

Southern Belles: Macon's Bungalow Haven
By Kim Zachman
Preservation is alive and well in Georgia's Vineville Historic District.

World-Class Morris Collection
By John Luke
William Morris archives on view at the Huntington Library.

The J. Knox Corbett House: A Heart of Pure American Arts & Crafts
By Dixie Legler
A Tuscon house museum that feels like home.

The Inn on the Lake
By Cathy Christovich
Visiting the Craftsman-themed Lake Pointe Inn in Maryland.

Affordable Bungalow Collectibles: American Painted Porcelain
By Dorothy Kamm
Hand-painted china with Arts and Crafts motifs.

The Ivan Cobel House
By Doris Roden
Uncovering the charms of South Dakota bungalow.

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