Reprinted from a major 1923 architectural publication: perspective drawings, floor plans, and descriptions of the principal features of outstanding 1920s small homes, many by leading architects of the period, most inspired by colonial architecture and the bungalow concept. 1,135 black-and-white line ... read more
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Reprinted from a major 1923 architectural publication: perspective drawings, floor plans, and descriptions of the principal features of outstanding 1920s small homes, many by leading architects of the period, most inspired by colonial architecture and the bungalow concept. 1,135 black-and-white line illustrations, 262 black-and-white photographs and tone drawings.
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