The bungalow: America's arts and crafts home
Small, livable, unpretentious, and ground-hugging, the bungalow's economy of construction has made it one of the most prolific housing styles in American history. Here, text and photos combine to cover the major types of bungalow--American Craftsman, Spanish Colonial, English Cottage, English Tudor Revival, and many others. Full-color photos.
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