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Vols. 1-4 no 3 (all publ.). Philadelphia, PA., 1903-1907. Reprint. Bound in 3 units. $ 300
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- ARTSMAN is a small, beautifully printed magazine which serves as a chronicle of Rose Valley, an arts and crafts community in Pennsylvania, during the early 1900s. ARTSMAN not only provides a record of an interesting social experiment, but also contains valuable material on architecture and community planning of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The magazine is an important source for those interested in social philosophies, utopian communities and in the history of American architecture and decorative arts.