Table of contents for The arts and crafts movement in the Pacific Northwest / Lawrence Kreisman and Glenn Mason.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Preface
Part I		Setting the Pacific Northwest Stage 
1. Arts and Crafts Ideas Move to the Northwest
2. Expositions Open the World to the Northwest
3. Embracing the Arts and Crafts Movement
Part II		Architecture, Public and Private
4. The Arts and Crafts Movement Goes Public
5. Perfect Homes for the Time and Place
6. Bungalows for Everyone
7. Retreating to Nature
Part III		Applied Arts and the Designed Interior
8. The Artful Interior at Home and at Work
9. Handcrafted in the Pacific Northwest
Part IV		Regional Artistic Expressions
10. Painting and Printmaking
11. Photography with a Softer Focus
12. Graphic Arts, Printing, and the Book
Epilogue
Notes
Selected Bibliography
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Arts and crafts movement -- Washington (State) -- History -- 20th century.
Arts and crafts movement -- Oregon -- History -- 20th century.