Small Houses: Their Economic Design and Construction. Essays on the Fundamental Principles of Design and Descriptive Articles on Construction
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1922. First edition. Hardcover. 152pp. Folio [43 cm] Olive green cloth over boards. The front board has a damp stain to the upper half, the covers are worn at the corners, and the cloth at the ends of the backstrip is frayed. There is a contemporary owner's name and address on the front free endpaper, else internally the book is clean. Very good minus. Item #58502
With plates drawn by the author illustrating methods and results. A work with charming sketches and plans, written with the goal of improving the design and construction of small houses while reducing their cost.
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