Beautiful Bungalows of the Twenties

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Dover Publications, 2003 - Architecture - 96 pages
Practical, convenient and attractive, the American bungalow has long been popular among families looking for affordable residences. This handy reference, originally published by a New York firm, displays a variety of handsome bungalows built in the early 1920s from Maine to California. Included are illustrations of charming bungalows for a small family, a farm bungalow with a novel siding treatment, a stucco bungalow design, a chalet in Los Angeles, and other models. Interior photographs display such cozy elements as a massive stone fireplace, hardwood beamed ceilings and trim, and other enticing features. Unabridged republication of "Beautiful Bungalows, originally published by "Building Age and The Builders' Journal, New York, 1923. 43 double-page spreads of halftones and line illustrations.

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