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    The university of Wisconsin digital library has scanned copies of Stickley's "The Craftsman", from Oct 1901 to Dec 1916.

    If you are big into the Arts & Crafts movement or in building furniture in the spirit of the period you might find it worth the time.

    Each page is a .JPG and there is only online viewing available. Not a convenient as the whole issue in a single PDF but "beggars can't be choosers" as my grandmother always used to say.

    Personally I prefer Frank Lloyd Wright's work and style of architecture and furniture he designed. The next time I am out to see my sister in Indiana I'd like to visit his home and other projects in the Oak Park area. This summer when the WX is better I plan to visit Falling Water in Pennsylvania.

    List of Wright's projects
    Last edited by Bob D.; 02-03-2009, 11:49 AM.
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    Re: Stickley's "The Craftsman" magazine online

    Thanks for the links. I'm new to woodworking and just discovered Greene and Greene. I'm fascinated by their furniture designs and their architecture.

    Blacker House


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      Re: Stickley's "The Craftsman" magazine online

      Just had a chance to review some of Frank Lloyd Wright's furniture designs. I definitely see a FLW inspired design in my future. I especially like his Boynton hall table and dining chair designs.


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        Re: Stickley's "The Craftsman" magazine online

        Bob D thanks for the post. That is a great find.

        I am not especially enamored of Frank Loyd Wright's work or that of Greene and Greene but I like Stickley a lot. We have a Stickley bedroom set that is beautiful. My wife on the other hand likes the Greene and Greene influence and we have a couple pieces designed in that tradition.

        To each his own.