117 House Designs of the Twenties
Athenaeum, 1992 - Architecture - 132 pages
This fascinating book, a reprint of a rare catalog of prefabricated houses from 1923, reveals in detail the types of design offered to those in the market for a new home in the 1920s. Each of the 117 homes is shown in a large frontal illustration with floor plans of the first and second floors. The specifics of plumbing, heating and lighting are included in a special section at the back of the book.
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