If it where my original craftsman home, I would clean up what I already have. It is historical, economic,(your labor is free) and what is the rush anyway.
Folks feel much better after a job well done , that they did, and looks like it was built there. The thicknesses and cutters change in time on newer doors and having the old style will look original. Not to mention the better quality of the older wood, and that it's already acclimated to your home.
I'm old school, and I love the o'l craftsmen homes. They where built for and by Craftsman, by Sears of course.
Dig in, take your time, put on some tunes and enjoy the fruits of hard work, you may take a while, but you will be rewarded.
I have been doin it for 25 years. And I'm on this forum to keep that spirit alive.(hard work)
Go to a Paint store, not a big box , and ask what else there is to use, better strippers and a heat gun come to mind.
If you are worried about it, also get the old paint tested for lead. This will actually determine your fate.
Good luck, I feel your pain, but I also know the old Yogi said, " As soon as I'm done it'll be finished."