Quonset Hut: Metal Living for a Modern Age
Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 1, 2005 - Architectural metal-work - 165 pages
An unexpected architectural phenomenon-something like a halved tin can turned on its side-swept across the American landscape after World War II: the Quonset hut.
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How the Hut Came to Be
Quonsets Alaska and World War II
War Design and Weapons of Mass Construction
After the War Quonset Huts and Their Integration into Daily American Life
The Huts That Wouldnt Go Away Alaska Adopts the Hut
Quonsets Today Concluding Thoughts
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