The Winterthur Library

 The Joseph Downs Collection of Manuscripts and Printed Ephemera

Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Winterthur, DE  19735

302-888-4600 or 800-448-3883

 

 

OVERVIEW OF THE COLLECTION

 

Creator:          Stickley, Gustav, 1858-1942               

Title:               Business papers

Dates:             1889-1962, bulk 1901-1939

Call No.:         Col. 60

Acc. No.:         76x101, 92x80; 07x98

Quantity:        62 boxes, 121 bound volumes

Location:        17 E-F 1-6, G 1-4, H 1-5

 

 

 

BIOGRAPHICAL STATEMENT

 

Gustav Stickley was a cabinetmaker and architect; he created The Craftsman Workshops and was a leader of the Arts and Crafts movement in America.  Born on March 9, 1857 in Osceola, Wisconsin, he was the oldest of Leopold and Barbara Stoeckel's eleven children.  He was apprenticed to a stone mason at the age of 12. A few years later, his father ran off, leaving Gustav responsible for supporting the family and forcing him to drop out of school in the 8th grade.  When he was 16, his family moved to Brandt, Pennsylvania, where his mother's brother owned a furniture factory.  Gustav was employed there and by the time he was 21, he was manager and foreman of the Brandt Chair Company.  On September 12, 1883, Gustav married Eda Simmons.

 

In 1884, Gustav moved to New York, and with two of his brothers, Charles and Albert, opened a furniture business in Binghamton. Although Gustav left the firm in 1888, it continued as a sales operation under the name of Stickley Bros., with another brother, George, joining the firm. After leaving Stickley Bros., Gustav served as vice president of the Binghamton Street Railway and supervised a workshop at Auburn Prison.  In 1893, Stickley set up a furniture manufacturing business, Stickley‑Simonds in Eastwood, a suburb of Syracuse; his brothers, Leopold and John George, came to work for the company.  In 1898, Simonds left the partnership, and Stickley visited Europe to meet European leaders of the Arts and Crafts Movement.  Upon returning to the United States, he changed the name of his firm to Gustav Stickley Company and began designing a new line of furniture.  Gustav set up a profit sharing plan and organized his company as a guild.  He called his production shop The United Crafts, reflecting the influences of the guild system and philosophies espoused by John Ruskin and William Morris.

 

Stickley founded The Craftsman magazine in 1901 to promote and extend the principles established at United Crafts. Stickley took a growing interest in the total environment of the home and extended his work to include architecture and textile design.  In 1905, he moved the offices of the Craftsman to New York City.  As his business grew, competition increased.  His brothers, who founded L. & J.G. Stickley, Inc. around 1900, were among his competitors.  Stickley was involved in a variety of social and professional activities, including the New York Athletic Club, the Engineer's Club, the National Arts Club, and the Society of Craftsmen, and around 1908 he developed an interest in farming.  In that year, he began purchasing 600 acres of land in Morris Plains, New Jersey, which became the site of Craftsman Farms.  Products from the farm were served in the Craftsmen Restaurant on the top floor of the Craftsman Building in New York City. 

 

While Stickley was operating the farm, his Homebuilder's Club had grown and his furniture was sold by more than fifty franchises.  A few years later, the Craftsmen Contracting Company was organized to build Stickley designed homes. He also owned sawmills in the Adirondacks, where wood for Craftsman furniture was milled.  By 1913, Stickley united all his enterprises under the name of The Craftsman, Inc. On March 24, 1915, two years after the opening of the Craftsman Building, Gustav Stickley was declared bankrupt. The last issue of The Craftsman appeared in December 1916, and in 1918 the farm was sold.  A 1918 issue of Furniture World carried a notice for a new Stickley Company, listing Leopold as president, Gustav as vice president, and J. George as treasurer. A year later, Gustav was no longer associated with the firm. The new company produced Craftsman‑like furniture at Eastwood until 1927, when a line of colonial reproductions began. Leopold and J. George Stickley manufactured furniture until their deaths, and their firm L. & J.G. Stickley remains in operation.

 

 

SCOPE AND CONTENT

 

The collection documents the rise and fall of Gustav Stickley's business enterprises, particularly Craftsman, Inc., and contains related material from the business activities of his brothers, Leopold and J. George, in the Stickley Manufacturing Co. and L.& G. J. Stickley Showroom.  Included are cash vouchers and bills, cancelled checks, stock information, share certificates, minutes of corporate meetings, correspondence, cash receipts, time sheets, payrolls, contracts between the Stickleys and other firms, sales ledgers, patents, telegrams, and financial statements from several banks.  Of particular note are the legal records and letters from creditors that relate to the bankruptcy of Craftsman, Inc. in 1915 and 1916 and the dissolution of the Craftsman Publishing Company. Also included are the deed, mortgage, and other legal documents relating to the Craftsman Farm.

 

The collection also contains 675 glass plate negatives and a set of reproduction proofs made of the printer's blocks used in the production of trade catalogs. Such items as music cabinets, smoking cabinets, library tables, round tables, drop leaf tables, a tall case clock, teacarts, dressing tables, book cases, hat trees, umbrella stands, sideboards, a toy house on wheels, a child's hobby horse, rocking chairs, side chairs, arm chairs, high chairs, lamps, sofas (called settles) and day beds, cribs, couches, desks, roll‑top desks, wicker furniture, chests of drawers with mirrors, andirons, fire place tools, etc., are featured.  Some of the glass plate negatives can be matched to pictures in Craftsman furniture catalogs.  Not all the pieces are in the Arts and Crafts style, and it is possible that some are from L. and J.G. Stickley Inc.

           

 

ORGANIZATION

           

The glass plate negatives are in Boxes 24-50 and 54.  Study prints for these negatives are in boxes 55-62, and those must be used rather than the negatives.  The study reprints are in two groups, first filed by number, and then arranged by form.

 

Boxes 1-15A contain cash vouchers and bills for 1915-1916, the time immediately after Gustav Stickley’s company declared bankruptcy.  The other boxes contain a mixture of business records and correspondence relating to both Gustav Stickley’s enterprises and the firm of L. & J.G. Stickley.  Much of this material also comes from the time after bankruptcy was declared.

 

Most of bound volumes 76x101.1-.67 deal with Gustav Stickley’s businesses.  Many of the bound volumes 76x101.4577-.4641 pertain to the businesses of L. and J.G. Stickley or Stickley Mfg. Co.

 

 

LANGUAGE OF MATERIALS

 

The materials are in English.

 

 

RESTRICTIONS ON ACCESS

 

Collection is open to the public.  Copyright restrictions may apply.  Study prints must be used before access will be granted to the glass plate negatives.

 

 

PROVENANCE

           

Accession. 76x101: Gift of the American Life Foundation and Study Institute of Watkins Glen, New York.

 

Accession 92x80: Gift of Susan Tarlow and Donald Davidoff.

 

Accession 07x98: Purchased from Bruce N. Johnson.

 

 

ACCESS POINTS

 

Topics:

            L. and J.G. Stickley Inc.

            Craftsman Workshops (Eastwood, Syracuse, N.Y.)

            Gustav Stickley the Craftsman.

            Craftsman, Inc.

            Craftsman Publishing Co.

            Stickley and Simonds Co.

            Craftsman Home Building Co.

            Stickley Manufacturing Co.

            Craftsman Farms.

            Craftsman Restaurant.

            Gustav Stickley Co.

           

            Arts and crafts movement.

            Furniture making.

            Architectural furniture - Photographs.

            Furniture design - Drawings.

            Furniture, Oak - Photographs.

            Furniture, Mission - Photographs.

            Furniture industry and trade - New York (State)

            Wages - Furniture workers.

            Payroll deductions.

            Personnel records.

            Bankruptcy - History - Sources.

            Business failures - History - Sources.

            Debtor and creditor.

            Decorative arts - Periodicals.

            Furniture - Periodicals.

            Periodicals, Publishing of - Finance.

            Publishers and publishing.

            Corporations - Accounting.

            Stock ownership.

            Retail trade - New York (State) - New York.

            Retail trade - New York (State) – Fayetteville.

            Business records - New York (State) - Fayetteville.

            Business records - New York (State) – New York.

           

            Minutes.

            Checks.

            Telegrams.

            Time sheets.

            Payrolls.

            Bankruptcy proceedings.

            Correspondence.

            Ledgers.

            Bills (financial).

            Glass plate negatives.

            Stock certificates.

            Contracts.

            Patents (licenses).

            Cabinetmakers.

            Furniture workers.

            Furniture designers.

            Publishers.

 

 

 

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE COLLECTION

 

Location: 17 E-F 1-5, G 1-4, H 1-5

 

 

Box 1:             Cash vouchers-bills, June-July 1915    [19 folders]

 

Box 2:             Cash vouchers-bills, July-August 1915    [14 folders]

 

Box 3:             Cash vouchers-bills, August-September 1915    [16 folders]

 

Box 4:             Cash vouchers-bills, September 1915    [12 folders]

 

Box 4A:          Cash vouchers-bills, October-November 1915    [13 folders]

 

Box 5:             Cash vouchers-bills, November 1915    [8 folders]

 

Box 5A:          Cash vouchers-bills, November-December 1915  [8 folders]

 

Boxes 6-7:      Cash vouchers-bills, December 1915  [7 folders per box]

 

Box 8:             Cash vouchers-bills, January 1916  [10 folders]

 

Box 9:             Cash vouchers-bills, January-February 1916  [9 folders]

 

Box 10:           Cash vouchers-bills, February 1916  [5 folders]

 

Box 11:           Cash vouchers-bills, March 1916  [4 folders]

 

Box 12:           Cash vouchers-bills, March-April 1916  [4 folders]

 

Box 13:            Cash vouchers-bills, April-May 1916  [5 folders]

 

Box 14:           Cash vouchers-bills, May-June 1916   [5 folders]

 

Box 15A:        Cash vouchers-bills, June-July 1916  [6 folders]

                                   

Box 15B:        Correspondence: January 1913-May 1915  [5 folders; handle with care – paper is very brittle]

 

Box 16:          Correspondence: June 1915- October 1917  [8 folders; handle with care – paper is very brittle]

 

Box 17A:       

 

Folder 1:          August Giese & Son

Folder 2:          Emerick, L.W.

Folder 3:          Hasbrook, Roy C.

Folder 4:          John Turnbull Jr. & Co.

Folder 5:          Jones & Brindisi

Folder 6:          Meyer, Charles

Folder 7:          Realty Advertising & Supply Co.

Folder 8:          Stetson Foster Co.

Folder 9:          Indenture - Wilkins Securities Corp.

Folder 10:        Gustav Stickley, The Craftsman Inc.: Papers executed, Boston store

Folders 11-14: Gustav Stickley, The Craftsman Inc.: Papers executed, 1910-1913

Folder 15:        Stock certificates for Gustav Stickley The Craftsman Inc. and for Craftsman Company of New York

 

Box 17B:       

 

Folders 1-2:     Inventory, Dec. 31, 1915  [2 folders]

Folder 3:          Balance sheets, 1915-1916

Folder 4:          Invoice book, 1915

Folder 5:          Minutes, Craftsman Home Building, 1914

Folders 6-7:     Minutes: Craftsman Publishing Co., 1914-1916

Folders 8-9:     Minutes: G. Stickley, The Craftsman Inc., 1915-1917

                       

 

Box 18:          

 

Folders 1-5:     Gustav Stickley The Craftsman Inc.: Papers executed, 1914-1917 [Craftsman Farms items]

Folder 6:          State of New Jersey [papers regarding transfer of office from New York to New Jersey]

Folder 7:          Financial statements and notes [regarding bankruptcy], 1915

Folders 8-9:     Stocks and dividend information

Folder 10:        Pacific Bank mortgage and agreement, 1914

Folder 11:        Deed of Trust, 1914

Folders 12-14: Dodson, Joseph H., 1914-1915  [bond and stock broker, Chicago; also includes information about bird feeders]

 

Box 19:          

 

Folder 1:          Craftsman Publishing Co., legal cases and documents, 1915

Folder 2:          Craftsman Publishing Co., papers executed, 1914-1916

Folders 3-6:     Bankruptcy file

Folder 7:          Bankruptcy, correspondence with creditors, 1915

Folders 8-9:     Schedules – bankruptcy

Folder 10:        Minutes, Directors meetings 1889-1912  [begins with Stickley & Simonds Co.]

 

 

Box 20:          

 

Folder 1:          Taxes: The Craftsman, 1914-1916

Folder 2:          Taxes: Craftsman Publishing Co., 1908-1915

Folder 3:          Taxes: Craftsman Home Building Co., 1913-1915

Folder 4:          Lease, G. Stickley, The Craftsman, 1915-1917  [includes printed copies of typical floor plans for loft buildings at 5 East 38th and 6 East 39th Streets]

Folder 5:          Craftsman Co. of Boston: minutes, stock certificates, corporate papers, 1908-1912

Folder 6:          Stickley & Simonds Co.: capital certificates, ca.1890-1898

Folders 7-8:     Sales books of L. & J.G. Stickley, 1956-61 (2 volumes)

 

 

Box 21:           Cancelled checks, October 1915-April 1916  [7 folders]

 

 

Box 22:          

 

Folders 1-5:     Cancelled checks, May 1916-September 1916

Folder 6:          Adding machine tapes, 1916 and no date

Folder 7:          Metropolitan Trust Co., bank statements 1916

Folder 8:          Metropolitan Trust Co., charges 1915-16

 

 

Box 23:          

 

Folders 1-2:     Telegrams, L. & J.G. Stickley, 1937 (2 folders)

Folder 3:          Cash book, L. & J.G. Stickley, 1955-58

Folder 4:          L. & J. G. Stickley, Inc. – correspondence, 1925-1936 (acc. 07x98.1-.19)

 

 

Box 24-50:      Glass plate negatives (also Box 54)

[see boxes 55-62 for study reprints, which must be used first; the study reprints are in two groups, first filed by number, and then arranged by form]

List briefly describing each negative is appended to this finding aid.

 

 

Box 51:          

 

Folder 1:          Cancelled checks and other bank documents, 1915, 1917-1921

Folder 2:          Miscellaneous financial documents, correspondence, and some notes about finishing pieces of furniture, ca.1915-1925

Folder 3:          Employee taxes for 1917 (gives names, addresses, whether married, and “amount,” presumably salary), submitted to Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 1918

Folder 4:          Debt payments, correspondence to and from Stickley Manufacturing Co. (Leopold Stickley), 1921-1925

Folder 5:          Insurance, 1914 (for The Craftsman buildings in Syracuse), 1925 (for Stickley Manufacturing Co.)

Folder 6:          Patents: two documents issued to Gustav Stickley for improvements in wood bending machines (1895); one issued to L. & J.G. Stickley for furniture structures (1922)

Folders 7-9:     Legal documents and papers, 1880s-1890s, 1916-1935 (3 folders)

Folder 10:        Stock, Stickley Manufacturing Co., 1920

Folder 11:        J. G. (John George) Stickley estate, 1919-1923

Folder 12:        Yates Hotel contract, 1895, 1897

                        (all above are part of acc. 92x80)

 

 

Box 52:           Expense books for petty cash, 1909-1913, 1915, 1927, 1929-1933, 1935 (9 folders)

                        (acc. 92x80)

 

 

Box 53:           Proofs from printers’ blocks (mostly images of chairs, sofas, day beds, tables, desks, but also some other furniture forms; mostly black and white line drawings, but also photographic images)

 

 

Box 54:           Glass plate negatives (also Boxes 24-50) [see boxes 55-62 for study reprints, which must be used first; the study reprints are in two groups, first filed by number, and then arranged by form]

 

Boxes 55-58:  study prints of glass plate negatives, numbers 1-575

List briefly describing each print is appended to this finding aid.

 

 

 

Box 59: study prints of glass plate negatives: by number and by form

(List briefly describing each print is appended to this finding aid.)

 

Folders 1-4:     study reprints of glass plate negatives, numbers 576-675

Folder 5:          photos filed separately, but duplicates of some of those above

Folder 6:          two negatives

Folder 7:          Bedsteads

Folder 8:          Benches, foot stools, ottomans, porch swing

Folder 9:          Bookcases; book racks; desk rack

Folder 10:        Cabinets, small

Folders 11-12: Chairs [continues in next box]  

 

 

Box 60: study prints of glass plate negatives: by form

(List briefly describing each print is appended to this finding aid.)

 

Folder 1:          Chairs [continued from previous box]   

Folder 2:          Chairs: wicker and rattan

Folder 3:          Chests of drawers with mirrors

Folder 4:          Chests of drawers without mirrors

Folder 5:          China cabinets

Folder 6:          Coat racks; waste paper baskets; umbrella stands

Folder 7:          Cribs; high chairs

Folder 8:          Daybeds, sofa beds

Folder 9:          Desks [some desk accessories depicted]

 

 

Box 61: study prints of glass plate negatives: by form

(List briefly describing each print is appended to this finding aid.)

 

Folder 1:          Dressing tables

Folder 2:          Fireplaces, andirons, tongs and shovels, fireplace parts

Folder 3:          Lamps: floor

Folder 4:          Lamps: hanging

Folder 5:          Lamps: lampshades

Folder 6:          Lamps: scones and wall fixtures

Folder 7:          Lamps: table [some tables depicted]

Folder 8:          miscellaneous metalwares: hardware (handles, hinges), chafing dish, vases, candlesticks, desk set

Folder 9:          miscellaneous pieces: room screens, clocks, blanket chest, mirrors, pedestal, textile, trays, hanging plate rack

Folder 10:        more than one form of furniture in the photo; room setting [identified as dining room of Gustav Stickley house in Syracuse]

 

 

Box 62: study prints of glass plate negatives: by form

(List briefly describing each print is appended to this finding aid.)

 

Folder 1:          Sideboards, buffets, serving tables [some serving pieces depicted]

Folder 2:          Sofas, settles

Folders 3-5:     Tables [some accessories depicted]

Folder 6:          Toys    

 

 

Bound volumes: [note: all accession numbers begin with 76x101]

 

.1         Inventory, January 1901-January 1904

.2         Inventory, January 1909-1910

.3         Inventory, January 1911

.4         Inventory, January 1912

.5         Inventory, July 1912-January 1913

.6         Inventory, July 1913

.7         Inventory, May 1914

.8         Sales ledger, January 1896 to November 1901

.9         Invoice register, August 1901 to May 1907

.10       Sales ledger, August 1901 to May 1907

.11       General Ledger, 1901 to 1905

            [includes notes and bills payable, wages, and some personal expenses]

.12       [List of sales], April 1902 to November 1902

.13-14 Cash received and paid, July 1903 to January 1906

.15       Journal [list of sales], July 1903 to March 1904

.16-18 Records of checks and deposits, December 1907 to April 1914; one volume undated but probably July 1906 to December 1907

.19       Checkbook, September 1914 to March 1915

.20-21 Cash receipts and disbursements, February 1908 to July 1909

.22-25 Trial balance, October 1907 to February 1923

.26-37 Payrolls, November 1907 to July 1908, February 1909 to July 1915, January 1916

.38-47 Sales returns & allowances, February 1908 to August 1917

.48-53 Purchases, returns and allowances, February 1908 to March 1914

.54       Private ledger, 1910 to 1912

.55       Account book, 1915-1920

.56       Invoices payable taken into account, and journal entries, 1913 to 1915

.57       Various accounts: debits, credits, distribution of purchases in New York, Syracuse & Boston stores. Appraisal certificate of G.S. Inc. 1914 (volume labeled Private, 1914-1915), [note: volume has a lock on it]

.58       Cash register, January to September 1915

.59-60 Daily cash receipts, January 1915 to April 1918

.61-62 Purchase register, October 1915 to October 1918

.63       Ledger, accounts payable, March 1915, and Wm. Henkel Receiver’s register, March-June 1915

.64       Record of checks, 1917 to 1919; includes index of names

.65       Accounts payable, with alphabetical index, 1908 to 1910

            [note: detailed list of contents of this volume is appended to this finding aid]

.66       Index of names, addresses, n.d., with one bill laid in

            [note: possibly an index to subscribers of magazine or purchasers of Craftsman products]

.67       List of structures, tools, and machinery in buildings, n.d.

            [possibly for insurance]

.4577   Purchases, returns, allowances, December 1908 to December 1909

.4578               Cash receipts, disbursements, July 1909 to July 1910

.4579               Cash receipts, disbursements, July 1910 to August 1911

.4580   Cash receipts, disbursements, August 1911 to August 1912

.4581               Cash receipts, disbursements, August 1912 to July 1913

.4582               Sales returns and allowances, September 1917 to September 1920, for Stickley Mfg. Co.

.4583               Purchase and sales register, 1913 to 1914

.4584               Cash receipts and disbursements, July 1913 to October 1914

.4585               Cash receipts and disbursements, November 1914 to November 1916

.4586   Cash receipts and disbursements, December 1916 to December 1918

.4587               Stickley Mfg. Co., cash receipts and disbursements, December 1918 to September 1920

.4588               Stickley Mfg. Co., purchase register, Nov 1918 to Feb. 1923

.4589               Stickley Mfg. Co., bills payable, Sept. 1920 to March 1929

.4590               Stickley Mfg. Co., cash receipts and disbursements, October 1920 to September 1922

.4591               Purchase register, February 1923 to January 1925

.4592               Trial balance & business done, March 1923 to May 1939

.4593               Trial balance, January 1925 to December 1929

.4594               Stock record, 1925

            [fabric purchases, not stock certificates]

.4595               Record of cash received, January 1956 to December 1957

.4596               Accounts, arranged by names of firms, 1926-1928

.4597               Various accounts, 1915 (similar to .57) (volume has a lock on it)

.4598               Accounts, arranged by names of firms, 1916-1925

.4599               Accounts, arranged by names of firms, 1918-1925

.4600               Accounts, arranged by names of firms, 1926-1928

.4601               Trial balance, Jan. 1930 to Dec. 1932

.4602               Shipments, May 1933 to Oct. 1936

.4603               L. & J.G. Stickley journal accounts, July 1934 to Dec. 1957

.4604               Stickley Mfg. Co. trial balance, June 1939 to Oct.1948, and financial reports for 1945

.4605               Time sheets, July 1931 to December 1931

.4606               Time sheets, January 1933 to June 1933

.4607               Time sheets, July 1933 to October 1933

.4608               Time sheets, January 1937 to June 1937

.4609               Time sheets, January 1938 to June 1938

.4610               Time sheets, July 1938 to Dec. 1938

.4611               Time sheets, July 1939 to Nov. 1939

.4612               Accounts, arranged by names of firms, 1944 to 1952

.4613               Trial balance, November 1948 to March 1962

.4614               List of sales, April 1950 to December 1951

.4615               List of sales, January 1952 to August 1956

.4616               L. & J.G. Stickley expense ledger, 1952 to 1957

.4617               Disbursements, January 1954 to December 1957

.4618               Accounts, arranged by names of firms, 1952-1957

.4619   Weekly payroll records, 1957  

 .4620  Record of cash received, February 1926 to December 1932    

.4621   Individual payroll records, 1957

.4622               Individual payroll records, 1958

.4623               List of textile wholesalers, n.d.

.4635   Billing sheets, 1953

.4636               “Numerical copies 438 to 1492,” copies of orders, January to June 1955

.4637               Orders, 08609 to 09914, January to June 1959

.4638               Orders, 09915 to 10846, July to December 1959

.4639               Billing sheets, July to December 1959

.4640               Billing sheets, January to June 1962

.4641               Billing sheets, July to December 1962


List of glass plate negatives:

Note: Study prints are available and must be used before access will be granted to negatives.  Study prints are in two files, one by number, and the other by form. 

Some of these photos were matched against the Craftsman furniture catalog dated September 1913, but none were checked against other catalogs.  And no attempt was made to match all the photos against the September 1913 catalog.

 

SGN 1             narrow drop leaf table

SGN 2             Table with base supports [possibly a bench rather than a table]

SGN 3             6-sided table with stretchers

SGN 4-5          Tables with stretchers (that in SGN 5 is wide enough to be a shelf)

SGN 6             round table with stretchers

SGN 7             drop-leaf table with stretcher

SGN 8             round table

SGN 9             table

SGN 10           round table with pedestal and feet

SGN 11           round table with stretchers

SGN 12-15      oval extension tables with 6 legs

SGN 16           table with stretcher

SGN 17           round table with 5 legs

SGN 18           gate-legged extension table

SGN 19           narrow drop leaf table (3)  

SGN 20           gate-legged extension table (7 legs)

SGN 21           round table with curved stretchers [probably an extension table]

SGN 22           6 sided table with stretchers

SGN 23           table with stretchers [looks like a sawhorse with a wide top]

SGN 24-25      tables with stretchers which are wide enough to be shelves

SGN 26           table with 3 supports

SGN 27           table with pedestal stand and round top

SGN 28           table with covered with runner and 2 place settings of china

SGN 29           round table with 6 legs

SGN 30           oval extension table with 6 legs (10)

SGN 31           round table with stretchers (3)

SGN 32-33      tables with stretchers which are wide enough to be shelves

SGN 34           round table

SGN 35           side table with drawer

SGN 36           small table

SGN 37           table (probably a serving table), with drawer and wide stretcher

SGN 38           gate-leg, drop leaf table

SGN 39           table (probably a serving table), with vertical slats at ends

SGN 40           long table with wide stretcher and two drawers

SGN 41           two tables, one low (probably a plant stand), the other with a shelf

SGN 42           long table with 3 drawers

SGN 43           table (probably a serving table), with drawer

SSN 44            two small tables, one low (possibly a plant stand), the other with an opening rather than a drawer

SGN 45           long table with wide stretcher, vertical slats on ends, and 3 drawers

SGN 46           set of 3 tables of different sizes; Craftsman logo is visible on side

SSN 47            round table with stretchers

SGN 48           6 sided table with stretchers

SGN 49-50      tables with wide stretchers

9SGN 51         round table with stretchers

SGN 52           Cabinet

SGN 53           Cabinet with stretchers

SGN 54           music cabinet

SGN 55           smoking cabinet: small table with drawer, door, and metal cigarette box or humidor sitting on top

SGN 56           smoking cabinet: small table with drawer and door

SGN 57           cabinet

SGN 58           Cabinet with round stretcher

SGN 59           Cabinet

SGN 60           Cabinet with stretcher

SGN 61-63      Cabinets

SGN 64           Cabinet with stretchers .

SGN 65           Cabinet

SGN 66           Cabinet with stretchers

SGN 67-69      Cabinets

SGN 70           music cabinet

SGN 71-73      cabinets

SGN 74           Cabinet with stretcher

SGN 75-87      Cabinets and bookcases [no. 80 has china inside]

SGN 88           Round side table

SGN 89           Drop-leaf table and small table [possibly a stool]

SGN 90           Dressing table with mirror, and small side table

SGN 91           Small round table and small side table

SGN 92           Table with scalloped top, no. 2020

SGN 93           small table, top has some sort of design (possibly mosaic or tile)

S6N 94            table with round stretcher

SGN 95           extension table  

SGN 96           round table with 5 legs, stretchers

SGN 97           drop-leaf table

SGN 98           drop-leaf table with trestle base

SGN 99           table with drawer

SGN 100         small drop-leaf table

[no number 101]

SGN 102-103  drop-leaf table with table cabinet [letter sorter] on top, and side chair (duplicate negatives) [no. 638, 92, and 308 in catalog of Sept. 1913]

SGN 104         round table with crossed stretchers

SGN 105         round table with crossed stretchers

SGN 106         round table with pedestal base; embroidered table cover and metal lamp with willow or bamboo shade sit on top of table

SGN 107         drop-leaf table with drawer

SGN 108         table (rectangle)

SGN 109-111 round tables

SGN 112         extension table

SGN 113         drop-leaf table

SGN 114         Table with stretcher

SGN 115         long table with drawer on side

SGN 116         round table with pedestal base

SGN 117         drop-leaf table (item 630, sewing table), and rocking chair

SSN 118          side table or serving table with stretcher       

SGN 119         3 drawer library table, with embroidered table runner and wooden lamp on top

SGN 120         2 drawer library table; table cover and metal lamp with willow or bamboo shade sit on top of table [table, no. 616, Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 121         Blanket Chest [Sept. 1913 catalog: item 95, shirtwaist box]

SGN 122         Two Coat Racks [both called a costumer in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 123         Bookcase

SGN 124         Clock, with Craftsman logo on clock dial

SGN 125         Screen [no. 91 in 1913 catalog]

SGN 126         Clock (Grandfather, or tall case)

SGN 127         Umbrella Stand, round

SGN 128         Screen [no. 83 in 1913 catalog]

SGN 129-131  bookcases

SGN 132-133  School Desks (tables) and Benches [settles]

SGN 134-136  Cabinet, sideboard, armchair, side chair and dining table

                        (same furniture in all pictures, but different arrangements, 135 and 136 are duplicates)

SGN 137-138  Cabinet, sideboard, armchair, side chair, dining table (duplicates)

SGN 139-140  China Cabinet, sideboard, serving table, armchair, side chair and dining table (duplicate arrangement, but one picture lighter than the other)

SGN 141         2 Trivets or bases (sitting on covered table)

SGN 142         Interior: dining room with fireplace (2 copies)

                        [published in Arts & Crafts Quarterly; identified as Stickley dining room in Syracuse]

SGN 143         Hat Tree, no. 2017

SGN 144         Tea cart with removable tray, no. 2035

SGN 145         Waste basket

SGN 146         2 Bookcases, no. 2041, 2040

SGN 147         Book rack, no. 21

SGN 148         Book ends

SGN 149         piano bench, no. 217

SGN 150         Bookcase

SGN 151         Hanging Mirror and Table, 12-4

SGN 152-153  Dressing Glasses [mirrors for dressing tables or chests of drawers]

SGN 154         Waste basket, no. 100

SGN 155         Hanging mirror with hooks for hats, no. 30 [? This is item 66 in Sept. 1913 catalog.]

SGN 156         Umbrella stands, no. 54, 55  [1910, G. Stickley; in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 157         Hanging mirror with hooks for hats, no. 68 [Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 158         Book rack

SGN 159         Waste Basket, no. 94

SGN 160         revolving book rack [no. 90, Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 161         Umbrella Stands, Dup., no. 14

SGN 162         Letter Rack (or case), no. 20 [no. 96, Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 163         Hat Tree, 10-10 [costumer, no. 52, Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 164         Double Hat Tree [costumer, no. 53, Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 165         See-Saw

SGN 166         Toy House or barn on Wheels

SGN 167         Child's Sandbox with stool

SGN 168         Child’s Rocking Horse

SGN 169         Tea cart with removable tray

SGN 170         Side chair and armchair with cane backs

SGN 171         Armchair and side chair

SGN 172         Armchair and side chair, no. 4

SGN 173         Rocking chair with arms and armchair, no. 32

SGN 174         Armchair and side chair

SGN 175         Side chair and arm chair

SGN 176         Side chair and rocking chair

SGN 177         Rocking chair, no. 4

SGN 178         Side chair and arm chair

SGN 179         2 Side Chairs (same backs, different seats, one possibly a cane seat)

SGN 180         Arm chair and rocking Arm Chair, no. 4-2

SGN 181         Side rocking chair and side chair

SGN 182         Arm chair and rocking arm chair, no. 2-1

SGN 183         Side chair and arm chair, no.355 and 355-A [Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 184         Side rocking char and side chair

SGN 185         Side chair with rush seat, 398 [Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 186         Side chair and arm chair ( in Chinese manner), no. 6-10

SGN 187         Arm chair and side chair with vertical slat backs

SGN 188         Arm chair and side chair

SGN 189         Side chair with low back [possibly for use with dressing table]

SGN 190         Rocking chair and side chair, both upholstered

SGN 191         Arm chair and rocking arm chair, both upholstered

SGN 192         Side chair and arm chair, no. 9

SGN 193         Cane-back arm chair and side chair  

SGN 194         Rocking Chair, no. 2313, upholstered

SGN 195         Cane-back side chairs, no. 2301

SGN 196         Cane-back arm chair and side chair, no. 2700 A, 2700

SGN 197         Windsor arm chair and Windsor rocker, no. 2306 ˝ and 2307 ˝

SGN 198         Child’s high chair, with cane back and seat

SGN 199         Cane-back arm chair and side chair, no. 2305

SGN 200         Rocking chair, upholstered, no. 2313

SGN 201         Side Chair [probably no. 308, Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 202         Arm chair and rocking arm chair, no. 3

SGN 203         Rocking arm chair and arm chair

SGN 204         Arm Chair and Side Chair, no. 14

SGN 205         Arm Chair and Side Chair, with vertical slat backs and cane seats

SGN 206         Arm Chair and Bench, with vertical slat backs and a wide stretcher

SGN 207         Side Chair and Arm Chair, no. 306 ˝ and 310 ˝  [in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 208         Arm Chair [probably no. 346, reclining chair, Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 209         Arm Chair and Rocking Chair with arms, no. 3-2 [probably no. 311 ˝ and 312 ˝ , Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 210         Arm Chair and Rocking Arm Chair

SGN 211         Wicker Lamp Shade [Japanese willow shade]

SGN 212         Table Lamp (wood and metal), with Wicker Shade [Japanese split bamboo shade]

SGN 213         Hanging Lamp with Wicker Shade [Japanese willow shade]

SGN 214         Hanging Lamp with checkerboard glass shade

SGN 215         Table Lamp, with Japanese willow shade

SGN 216         Embroidered Curtain with tulip motif [possibly one end of a table runner]

SGN 217         Hanging Lamp [no. 400, electric bell light with bracket, Sept. 1913 catalog, mounted on pole]

SGN 218         Hanging Lantern, with leaded glass

SGN 219         Floor Lamp, with pedestal base, and Japanese split bamboo shade

SGN 220         Hanging Lamp, metal, 4 shades [no. 731, four-light electrolier, Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 221         Wall sconce, with triangular top

SGN 222         Hanging Lamp, long rather than round

SGN 223         Trapezoid Metal and Glass Shade, on Hanging Lamp [possibly no. 766, Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 224         fixture with one large and two small hanging lamps

SGN 225         Two-Light Wall Lamp or sconce

SGN 226         Hanging Lantern, attached to post [similar to no. 830 in Sept. 1913 catalog, but with different bracket]

SGN 227         Hanging Lamp with Japanese willow shade

SGN 228         Table Lamp with bamboo shade

SGN 229         Metal Base Table Lamp with Japanese willow shade

SGN 230         Lamp with Japanese willow shade, on 6-sided Table with stretchers

SGN 231         Floor Lamp with lantern-style shade

SGN 232-236  Table Lamps with Japanese willow shades

SGN 237-239  Hanging Lamps with Japanese willow or bamboo shades

SGN 240         Floor Lamp, with Japanese willow shade

SGN 241-242  Wall Mounted Lamps with Japanese willow or bamboo shades

SGN 243         Table Lamp with bamboo shade

SGN 244         Floor Lamp with cloth shade

SGN 245         Hanging Lantern, attached to post [no. 509 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 246         Hanging Lamp, with fringe or chain mail, attached to post

SGN 247         Hanging Lantern attached to post [no. 830 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 248         4-Light electrolier [no. 730 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 249         Table Lamp, with lantern-style shade

SGN 250         Hanging Lamp, with bamboo shade

SGN 251         Electrolier with Candle Sockets

SGN 252         Hanging Floor Lamp, with lantern shade [probably no. 515 in Sept. 1913 catalog, but attached to a post rather than a ceiling]

SGN 253         5-light electrolier

SGN 254         Hanging Wall Lantern or sconce

SGN 255         Table Lamp with willow or bamboo shade [possibly no. 57 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 256         Hanging Lamp with willow or bamboo shade 

[no number 257]

SGN 258         electrolier, with 4 shades [possibly no. 730 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 259         electrolier, with 4 shades [no. 731 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 260         Table Lamp - Metal Base with glass and metal shade

SGN 261         Table Lamp with willow or bamboo hade

SGN 262         Floor Lamp with willow or bamboo shade

SGN 263         Floor Lamp with fabric shade

SGN 264         Table Lamp with basket-weave shade  

SGN 265         Floor Lamp with willow or bamboo shade

SGN 266         Table Lamp with willow or bamboo shade

SGN 267         Floor Lamp - willow or bamboo shade

SGN 268         Daybed, no. 14 [couch bed]

SGN 269         Daybed, no. 2202 (dup), with Cane Panels

SGN 270         Bed - Head and Foot Boards, no. 2800

SGN 271         Couch [daybed], no. 2202

SGN 272         Daybed with Cane Back & Ends, no. 2104

SGN 273-276  Trundle Beds [daybeds with trundles], all with woman (wearing an apron, possibly a maid) demonstrating how to open

SGN 277         Bench

SGN 278         Trundle Bed [daybed with trundle], with maid demonstrating how to open

SGN 279         willow settle [no. 96 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 280         willow settle [no. 93 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 281         Wicker Stool [willow ottoman]

SGN 282         Wicker Couch with arms [willow settle]

SGN 283         settle (sofa), vertical slats back and ends, 3 loose cushions, no. 222 [Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 284         Bed: Head & Foot Boards, no. 18

SGN 285         Bench

SGN 286         Day Bed with Trundle Bed

SGN 287         Foot Stool, no. 40

SGN 288         Bed: Headboard and Footboard, no. 15

SGN 289         settle (sofa), vertical slats on ends, with 2 loose cushions, no. 226 [Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 290         settle (sofa), slat-back with three loose cushions

SGN 291         settle (sofa) with higher back, with vertical slats, with three cushions      

SGN 292         Bench with “Sausage” Turnings and cane seat

SGN 293         seat [Settle], no. 224 [Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 294         settle (sofa) [no. 205 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 295         settle [bench with back] [no. 212 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 296         Couch [day-bed] with paneled ends, three loose cushions

SGN 297         Couch [day-bed] with “sausage turned” back support

SGN 298         Slat-back settle, with arms, no.219 [Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 299         couch bed [day-bed], with pillow embroidered with pine cones and needles [no. 220 in Sept. 1913 catalog]  

SGN 300         bed: Head and foot boards, no. 16-9 [similar to no. 923 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 301         two benches, with “Sausage turnings”

SGN 302         sofa or settle, vertical slats, with three loose pillows

SGN 303         Bed: Head and Foot boards

SGN 304         2 Stools, 1 foot stool, of various heights, no. 300, 301, 302 [Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 305         Child’s Crib or bed [no. 919, Sept. 1913 catalog; see also SGN 314]

SGN 306         Daybed     

SGN 307         Crib, no. 919 [but not the same as no. 919 in the Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 308         Bed: Head and Foot Boards, no. 16

SGN 309         Bed: Head and Foot Boards, no. 8-7

SGN 310         Bed: Head and Foot Boards

SGN 311         Bed with side rails, Head and Foot Boards, no. 4

SGN 312         Bed: Head and Foot Boards, no. 10

SGN 313         Stool and foot stool [similar to no. 302 and 301 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 14           child’s crib, no. 5-4 [no. 919, Sept. 1913 catalog; see also SGN 305]

SGN 315         Hanging shelf, no. 7

SGN 316         Bench with storage compartment

SGN 317         Porch swing, Slat-Back and Ends

SGN 318         Bed: Head and Foot Boards

SGN 319         Bed: Head and foot Boards, with turned columns  

SGN 320         Couch or day-bed, with turned supports and ends, loose pillows

SGN 321         Bench, possibly with cane seat

SGN 322         Server, with Invoice Glued on Back

SGN 323         Sideboard, no. 816 [Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 324         Sideboard, no. 20, 18

SGN 325-326  Sideboards

SGN 327         Sideboard, no. 13 [serving table]

SGN 328         Sideboard [serving table]

SGN 329         Sideboard, no. 4 [serving table]

SGN 330         Sideboard, no. 5

SGN 331         Dressing Table with Mirror

SGN 332         Sideboard, no. 12

SGN 333         Sideboard, no. 819 [Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 334         Sideboard, with serving bowl, pitcher, and cups [serving table]

SGN 335         Sideboard with Plate Rail

SGN 336         Sideboard with drop-pulls and glass doors

SGN 337         Two Sideboards & a Drop-leaf Table  

SGN 338         Sideboard, no. 2701

SGN 339         Dressing Table with Mirror

SGN 340         Sideboard, no. 5 [serving table]

SGN 341         Sideboard, no. 10

SSN 342          sideboard with drop-pulls [serving table]

SSN 343-344              Sideboards [that in 343 does not have pulls attached]

SGN 345         Sideboard, with serving pieces (broken negative)  

SGN 346         Sideboard with drawer and wide stretcher [serving table]

SGN 347         Sideboard with plate rail, chafing dish and two trays, no. 3, 817 [no. 817 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 348         Sideboard [serving table, no. 802 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 342         Sideboard with Stretcher  

SGN 350         Sideboard with stretcher  

SGN 351         Sideboard with Drop-Pulls

SGN 352         Sideboard

SGN353          Sideboard with plate Rail  

SGN 354         Dressing Table with mirror

SGN 355         Dressing Table with Mirror [no. 914 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 356-357 Dressing Tables with Mirrors

SGN 358         Sideboard, no. 5 [no. 816 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 359         Sideboard, no. 3-2 [serving table]

SGN 360         Dressing Table with Mirror [no. 907 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 361         Dressing Table with Mirrors

SGN 362         Sideboard with display shelves

SGN 363         Sideboard, no. 2700

SGN 364         Sideboard, with drop pulls, no. 8-12

SGN 365-366  Sideboards [probably two photos of same sideboard]

SGN 367         Sideboard with Plate Rail, squat dish, round tray, and chafing dish

SGN 368-369  Sideboards

SGN 370         Sideboard, no. 10-15

SGN 371         Desk

SGN 272         Desk, no. 730

SGN 373         Desk [no. 708 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 374         fall-front desk, open, no. 5-3 [similar to no. 706 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 375         fall-front desk, open, no. 4 [no. 731 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 376         desk

SGN 377         Roll-top Desk, closed, no. 7-1  [no. 713 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 378         Desk [similar to no. 709 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 379-380  Desks

SGN 381-382  slant-top desks, closed

SGN 383         Desk, closed [no. 729, Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 384         library table or desk [no. 711 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 385         Desk (turned legs) (possibly a dressing table)

SGN 386         Desk, with ink well and blotter, no. 10 [no. 721 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 387         Desk (roll-top, closed) [similar, but not identical, to no. 713 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 388         Desk (slant-top, closed) [no. 731 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 389         Desk (slant-top, closed) [no. 732 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 390         library table or desk, no. 8 [no. 711 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 391         library table or desk, with letter rack [no. 711 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 392         Desk [no. 709 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 393         Ladies Writing Desk

SGN 394         Desk (roll-top, open), no. 713, 7-1 [Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 395         desk, with desk accessories [no. 720 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 396         Desk, with candle holder and blotter

SGN 397         Desk (slant top, open) (broken negative) [no. 732 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 398-399  Desks

SGN 400         Desk with cabinet top [no. 712 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 401         fall-front desk, open, with some desk accessories [no. 729 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 402         desk, no. 7

SGN 403         desk, with candle holder [no. 720 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 404         fall-front desk, open [no. 731 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 405         desk, with stretcher

SGN 406         Desk with letter racks built into top

SGN 407         library table or desk, with letter case sitting on top, no. 8-1

SGN 408         Desk, small, with letter racks built into top

SGN 409         Desk, with inkwell and blotter, and Chair, no. 30, 12 [desk is similar, but not identical, to no. 721 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 410         Lamp Shade – willow or bamboo

SGN 411-412 Table lamps with glass shades

SGN 413         Table Lamp with wicker or bamboo shade [see no. 57 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 414         Table Lamp - two bell shades

SGN 415-418 willow or bamboo Lamp Shades

SGN 419         Floor Lamp with willow or bamboo shade

SGN 420         table lamp, with willow or bamboo shade, on table

SGN 421          bamboo Lamp Shade

SGN 422-423  Floor Lamps with cloth shades

SGN 424          Table Lamp with willow or bamboo Shade, on table

SGN 425          Hanging Wall Lamp (sconce) with willow or bamboo shade

SGN 426          willow or bamboo lamp shade     

SGN 427          Hanging Lamp with willow or bamboo shade

SGN 428-429 table lamps with willow or bamboo shade

SGN 430-431  Table Lamps with Ceramic Base and with willow or bamboo shade

SGN 432         Floor Lamp with 2 Lights and a reflector

SGN 433         Floor Lamp, One Light, with Shade and reflector

SGN 434         Table Lamp, in form of a candle holder, with willow or bamboo shade

SGN 435         Hanging Lamp with willow or bamboo shade

SGN 436         Table Lamp with basket shade  

SGN 437         Table Lamp, in form of candle holder, with willow or bamboo shade

SGN 438         Table Lamp with bamboo shade

SGN 439         Table Lamp with Horseshoe-shaped Support and Stretcher base, no. 492

SGN 440         Hanging Lamp with glass shade with beaded fringe  

SGN 441         Library or reading table lamp, with stretcher base

SGN 442         Table Lamp with Metal Base and willow or bamboo shade

SGN 443         Table Lamp with willow or bamboo shade

SGN 444         hanging lantern on pole [no. 304 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 445-446 Table Lamps with willow or bamboo shades

SGN 447         Hanging Lantern on pole [no. 304 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 448-449             Hanging Lamps – willow or bamboo shades

SGN 450         Floor lamp with willow or bamboo shade

SGN 451-455 Hanging Lamps – willow or bamboo shade

SGN 456-457 willow or bamboo shade lamp shades

SGN 458-460 Wicker Arm Chairs

SGN 461-462 Wicker Rocking Chairs

SGN 463         Side Chair and Rocking Chair, no. 304, 303 [no. 303 is in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 464         Arm Chair with Vertical Slats, no. 22 [no. 335 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 465         Rocking Chair and Side Chair, no. 8-4

SGN 466         Swivel Chair

SGN 467         Swivel Chair and Arm Chair  

SGN 468         Side Chair

SGN 469         Rocking Chair  

SGN 470-483 willow chairs [SGN 472 is no. 86 in Sept. 1913 catalog; SGN 473 is no.94; SGN 476 is no. 92; SGN 477 is no. 91; SGN 479 is no. 87]

SGN 484         willow Arm Chair (emulsion stained & chipped)

SGN 485-486  willow Arm Chairs [SGN 486 is no. 88 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 487         willow Side Chair

SGN 488         willow Arm Chair (emulsion worn and chipped)

SGN 489         Arm Chair & Swivel Chair

SGN 490         Side Chair & Rocking Chair, no. 9

SGN 491         Arm chair and rocking Chair, no. 9

SGN 492         Side Chair & Rocking Chair

SGN 493         Rocking Chair, no. 10

SGN 494         Side Chair and arm chair, no. 2

SGN 495         Arm chair and rocking Chair, no. 12

SGN 496         Arm Chair [no. 396 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 497         Arm Chair

SGN 498         Arm Chair and Side Chair

SGN 499-501  willow Arm Chairs

SGN 502-504  Chests of Drawers or dressers with Mirrors [SGN 502 is no. 905 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 505         Dresser with mirror, no. 2800

SGN 506         Chest of Drawers with Mirror, no. 2900

SGN 507-508  Chests of Drawers or dressers with Mirrors

SGN 509         Day-Bed (no back), no. 3011

SGN 510         Day-Bed (no back)

SGN 511         Day-Bed – no back, no. 2214

SGN 512         Day-Bed

SGN 513         Day Bed (with vertical slats, low back)

SGN 514         Day-Bed, no. 3292

SGN 515         Day-Bed, no. 3210

SGN 516         Day-Bed, no. 3010

SGN 517-518 day-bed with trundle bed (two views of same bed)

SGN 519-520  day-bed with trundle bed, with cane head and foot boards (two views of same bed)

SGN 521-523  day-beds with trundle beds

SGN 524         Chest of Drawers with Mirror, no. 5-5

SGN 525-527  Chests of Drawers or dressers with Mirrors

SGN 528         Five-Drawer Chest

SGN 529         Chest of Drawers with Mirror, no. 4 [no. 911 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 530         child’s dresser with Mirror, no. 18 [no. 921 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 531         Chest of Drawers with Mirror, no. 916, 909 [no. 909 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 532-533  Chests of Drawers or dressers, no mirrors

SGN 534         Chest of Drawers with Drop Pulls

SGN 535-537  Chests of Drawers, no mirrors

SGN 538         Chest of Drawers, no. 2800

SGN 539         Chest of Drawers, no. 15

SGN 540         Chest of Drawers with Mirror, [similar, but not identical, to no. 921 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 541         Chest of Drawers

SGN 542         Chest of Drawers with hanging mirror

SGN 543         day-bed with trundle bed

SGN 544         Day-bed (no back), no. 3211

SGN 545-546  day-beds, sofas, or settles, with vertical slats

SGN 547         Chest of Drawers or dresser with Mirror

SGN 548         Metal Desk Set (includes calendar, letter holder, hand blotter, blotter pad, stamp box, pen tray, clip, letter opener, ink well) [see no. 12 in Sept. 1913 catalog – similar set]

SGN 549         Chamberstick  (candlestick holder)

SGN 550         Vase – hammered metal

SGN 551         round tray - hammered metal

SGN 552         Fireplace Hood (duplicate)

SGN 553         grate for fireplace

SGN 554         Fireplace Hood

SGN 555         Beaker or vase (metal)

SGN 556         Andirons - (broken corner)

SGN 557         Andirons [no. 238 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 558            Fireplace Tools- shovel, poker, tongs, in stand

SGN 559         Andirons [no. 100 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 560         Fireplace tools (shovel, broom, poker, tongs) with stand [no. 150 in Sept. 1913 catalog]          

SGN 561         Metal fire screen, marked "The Craftsman"  

SGN 562         Andirons [no. 100 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 563         Andirons [no. 238 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 564         Umbrella Stands - wood and metal  [one on left is no. 100 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 565         Vase – hammered metal

SGN 566         Chafing Dish, with hammered metal stand, and a tray

SGN 567         Hinges, door latches, & handles (numbered samples)

SGN 568         Door handles, drawer pulls, hooks (numbered samples)

SGN 569         Fireplace tools in stand (poker, shovel, broom)

SGN 570         metal fire screen marked “The Craftsman

SGN 571         Pair of Andirons

SGN 572         Rectangular box with rod [damper?]

SGN 573         Metal moldings [part of fireplace?]

SGN 574         3 Stove doors, probably for fireplaces or furnaces

SGN 575         Three rectangles [pieces for fireplaces or furnaces?]

SGN 576         Unidentified metal box with rod [damper?]

SGN 577         Hot Air Register-Grilles – 2

SGN 578         Candlestick holder on table

SGN 579         Magazine table [long table with 3 drawers, wide stretcher]

SGN 580         Table, no. 640

SGN 581         Long table with 3 drawers

SGN 582         Table with revolving book rack on top [no. 651 and 90 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 583         Table with shelf, with candlestick holder, books, and magazine sitting on it [possibly no. 611 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 584         Small round table with shelf [no. 608 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 585         Small table with two small drawers over one longer one, no. 20

SGN 586         3 nesting tables, no. 4-3 [no. 665 in Sept. 1913 catalog; see also SGN 592]

SGN 587         Round table, no. 3, 10

SGN 588         Round table, no. 12(?), 3

SGN 589         serving table with drawer & drop pulls

SGN 590         Pier table and hanging mirror, no. 9-7

SGN 591         oval table [coffee table?]

SGN 592         3 nesting tables [no. 665 in Sept. 1913 catalog; see also SGN 586]

SGN 593         serving table with drawer (Colonial Revival style)

SGN 594         Small square table & small round table  (Colonial Revival style)

SGN 595         serving table with shelf  (Colonial Revival style)

SGN 596         Table with one drawer, no. 8-6 [similar to no. 652 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 597         Round table with shelf, no. 14

SGN 598         Round table with shelf, no. 607

SGN 599         side table with drawer, no. 12

SGN 600         square table with shelf, no. 15(?)

SGN 601         Stand with shelves, no. 15(?)

SGN 602         Stand [small square table with shelf]

SGN 603         Long table with two drawers and stretchers (Colonial Revival style)

SGN 604         Table [similar to no. 651 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 605         Table (or possibly bench) (Colonial Revival style)

SGN 606         round gate-leg extension table 

SGN 607         Round extension table (with 7 legs)

SGN 608         Gate-leg table, no. 2034

SGN 609         side table with drawer, no. 12

SGN 610         Table with stretcher, no. 2

SGN 611         Table, with stretcher, no. 656 [not in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 612         Small table with 2 drawers, no. 641 [not in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 613         3 round tables with cross-stretchers, no. 6-4 [3 of no. 601-604 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 614         Round table (with round shelf) [similar to no. 607 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 615         Table with two drawers and shelf [no. 675 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 616         Round table, no. 15

SGN 617         Table with drawer, no. 14

SGN 618         Table or stand, with drawer, no. 10

SGN 619         Round table, no. 658 [not in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 620         Small sideboard or serving table, with 3 drawers and shelf, no.  2, 4

SGN 621         Long table (with shelf and two drawers)

SGN 622         Hexagonal table (Colonial Revival style)

SGN 623         Pedestal-stand

SGN 624         Tilt-top table, no. 2034

SGN 625         Serving table or sideboard, with shelf, no. 2700

SGN 626         Gate-leg table with drop leaves, no. 2701

SGN 627         Long table with two drawers and stretchers, no. 2507

SGN 628         Library table with 2 drawers and vertical slats on ends [no. 661 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 629         Rocking chairs with vertical slats, one with arms, one without

SGN 630         Rocking chair & arm chair

SGN 631         Side chair & Arm chair

SGN 632         Side chair, no. 306 ˝ & rocking chair, no.  305 ˝  [ in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 633         Rocking chair, no. 323, & arm chair, no. 324 [in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 634, 634a           Rocking chair & arm chair, no. 9

SGN 635         Rocking chair, no. 319, & side chair, no. 320 [in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 636         Arm chair & side chair, no. 8-6

SGN 637         Side chair, no. 12

SGN 638         Rocking chair & side chair, no. 14-6

SGN 639         easy chair, no. 13

SGN 640         2 rocking chairs

SGN 641         Side chair & arm chair

SGN 642         Side chair & rocking chair

SGN 643         Billiard chair [no. 312 ˝ B in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 644         Rocking chair and arm chair

SGN 645         Easy chair with vertical slats

SGN 646         Side chair & arm chair

SGN 647         Rocking chair

SGN 648         Side chair & rocking chair, no. 30

SGN 649         Easy chair, no. 30 [this is perhaps no. 347, Eastwood chair, in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 650         Side chair, no. 36

SGN 651         easy chair [this is perhaps no. 336, reclining chair, in the Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 652         Easy chair with vertical slats

SGN 653         Rocking chair & arm chair

SGN 654         reclining chair [no. 336 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 655         Rocking chair, no. 48

SGN 656         Rocking chair, no. 325, & arm chair, no. 326, 3-2 [not in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 657         Side chair

SGN 658         Side chair & rocking chair

SGN 659         Side chair

SGN 660         Side chair, no. 308, & arm chair, no. 314 [in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 661         side chair & arm chair with cane backs and seats

SGN 662         Side chair, no. 328, & arm chair, no. 326, 213 [not in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 663         Side chair, in German style

SGN 664         Rocking chair

SGN 665         Side chair & arm chair

SGN 666         Side chair

SGN 667         Side chair & arm chair

SGN 668         Easy chair, no. 30

SGN 669         Side chair & rocking chair

SGN 670         Rocking chair [no. 397 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 671         Rocking chair [no. 387 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 672         Side chair, no. 327, & rocking chair, no. 328, 3-2 [not in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 673         Child's  high chair [no. 388 in Sept. 1913 catalog]

SGN 674         Side chair & rocking chair

SGN 675         Side chair, no. 306 ˝  & armchair, no. 310 ˝  [in Sept. 1913 catalog]