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Early L & JG Stickley Furniture Salesmans Catalog Reprint Early L & JG Stickley Furniture Salesmans Catalog Reprint

In 1902, four years after Gustav Stickley began building furniture in his United Crafts Workshops in Eastwood, New York, his brother Leopold establish...

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In the Craftsman Style (Building Arts & Crafts Furniture) In the Craftsman Style (Building Arts & Crafts Furniture)

Attractive, adaptable, and built to last, Craftsman furniture is one of the most popular styles today. Collected from the pages of the most authoritat...

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Gustav Stickley's Craftsman Farms: Quest for an Arts & Crafts Utopia by: Mark Alan Hewitt Gustav Stickley's Craftsman Farms: Quest for an Arts & Crafts Utopia by: Mark Alan Hewitt

Lavishly illustrated with over a hundred archival photographs, this book provides a comprehensive look at Craftsman Farms, one of the critical utopian...

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The Gustav Stickley Photo Archives The Gustav Stickley Photo Archives by Douglas Congdon-Martin

During his production years, Gustav Stickley made photographs of much of his work. Many of Stickley's glass negatives are now in the collection of the Winterthur Museum in Delaware, and are reprinted here for the first time.

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