Bungalows, Camps and Mountain Houses: Containing a Large Variety of Designs by Many Architects Showing Homes in All Parts of the Country, Many of which are Suitable Only for Summer Use While Others are Adapted for Permament Residence. Camps, Hunting Lodges and Log Cabins are Also Presented, Suggesting Designs for Vacation Dwellings in Woods and Mountains
William Phillips Comstock
Comstock, 1924 - Architecture, Domestic - 160 pages
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