The Gentleman's House: Or, how to Plan English Residences, from the Parsonage to the Palace ; with Tables of Accomodation and Cost, and a Series of Selected Plans

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Murray, 1865 - Architecture, Domestic - 464 pages

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i don't know who -- or what organization -- scanned this book...and while i appreciate the FACT they scanned it, i abhor what they did. This is a book about houses and their arrangement. Those who scanned this book, obviously could not be bothered with the effort of folding out the floorplans and scanning them correctly. Instead, they left them folded & scanned them -- completely missing one of the points of this book. If they aren't going to do the job correctly, why bother doing it at all?! oh yeah, get paid. Obviously not for the love of books.  

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