We are pleased to announce...

Style 1900 magazine logo Style 1900 magazine covers

The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms is now

your source for back issues of Style 1900 magazine!

In honoring the enduring legacy of the magazine (scroll down for more in its history) sales to the public of these back issues will launch in 2016, accompanied by a program on April 2 featuring special guest David Rago.



Begun by David Rago in 1986 as the short black-and-white newsletter Arts & Crafts Quarterly, the magazine evolved into a full-color publication—its name changing to Style 1900 in 1994. With thousands of subscribers and distribution nationwide and abroad, the magazine took an expansive view of Arts and Crafts around the world.

After publication for more than 20 years, the Great Recession coupled with volatility in the publishing industry, brought a decline in sales and forced an end to the magazine. Publication ceased with the Winter issue 2012-13, but the magazine left behind an important legacy, as a catalyst for renewed worldwide interest in the Arts and Crafts movement and as a rich reserve of original scholarship.

After publication ended, a substantial inventory of back issues of the magazine were gifted to the shop at the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms by David Rago Auctions/Lambertville, NJ.

Style 1900 covers courtesy of Modernism Museum of Mt. Dora.


18 March 2019



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