500 Small Houses of the Twenties, Volume 1

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Courier Corporation, May 1, 1990 - Architecture - 312 pages
Spurred by a rapidly expanding economy and abundant resources of land, building materials and skilled labor, the dream of building and owning one's own home became a reality in America in the 1920's. With the burgeoning market for small- to medium-sized one-family dwellings came a succession of innovative home designs that transformed American domestic architcture.

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I love this book. I'm a fan of small houses and wish I could find or build one of my own-a very compact use of space. I like treehouses, too. Read full review

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