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500 small houses of the twenties

by Henry Atterbury Smith

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Published by Dover in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Architecture, Domestic -- United States -- Designs and plans.,
    • Small houses -- United States -- Designs and plans.

    • Edition Notes

      Reprint, with new introd. Originally published as v. 1 of: The books of a thousand homes. New York : Home Owners Service Institute, 1923.

      Other titlesFive hundred small houses of the twenties.
      Statementcompiled by Henry Atterbury Smith.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNA7205 .S6525 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination312 p. :
      Number of Pages312
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1851298M
      ISBN 100486263002
      LC Control Number90002845

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      The destruction of country houses in 20th-century Britain was a phenomenon brought about by a change in social conditions during which a large number of country houses of varying architectural merit were demolished by their owners. Collectively termed by several authors "the lost houses", the final chapter in the history of these often now-forgotten houses has been .   The Books of a Thousand Homes, Vol. 1, , Home Owners’ Service Institute, New York The s was a particularly prosperous era for homebuilders, and the BTHL contains a number of catalogs from this decade. This page volume contains plans for what it calls “homes of moderate cost,” or those with three to eight rooms.

      Buy Authentic Small Houses of the Twenties: Illustrations and Floor Plans of Characteristic Homes by Robert T Jones (Editor) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. The House featured in the British TV series of the same name was typical for Victorian architecture in Great Britain and the United States. To see floor plans for other homes from the Victorian era, explore the Top 10 Victorian Architecture & Pattern Books.


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Each design is presented in a handsome perspective drawing or photograph, along with floor plans and a description of its principal features/5(25). This outstanding book presents small-home designs of the s as they appeared in a major architectural publication of Many are by leading domestic architects of the period.

Each design is presented in a handsome perspective drawing or photograph, along with floor plans and a description of its principal features. I love this book. I'm a fan of small houses and wish I could find or build one of my own-a very compact use of space.

I like treehouses, too. Read full review. Other editions - View all. Small Houses of the Twenties, Volume 1 Henry Atterbury Smith Limited preview - Small Houses of the Twenties Henry Atterbury Smith Limited preview 5/5(1). Reprint, with new introd. Originally published as v. 1 of: The books of a thousand homes.

New York: Home Owners Service Institute, Description: pages: illustrations ; 28 cm: Other Titles: Five hundred small houses of the twenties. Books of a thousand homes. Responsibility: compiled by 500 small houses of the twenties book Atterbury Smith. More information.

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Small Houses of the Twenties Compiled by Henry Atterbury Smith. Dover () unabridged republication of The Books of a Thousand Homes, Vol. I: Small House Plans, published by Home Owners Service Institute, New York, Publisher's Note.

black-and-white line illustrations. black-and-white photographs and tone drawings. small houses of the twenties by Smith, Henry Atterbury and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   From the s: Home features and other considerations when building.

New features: Delivery receptacles, built-in mailboxes, built-in telephone cabinets, kitchen ventilators, bathroom wall heaters, laundry dryers and other new features can be economically installed in your new home.

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In The Books of A Thousand Homes (Vol. 1), compiled by Henry Atterbury Smith and first published in by the home Owners Service institute, there are many examples of Dutch Colonial designs. Vol 1 is reprinted as a Dover edition with the new title Small Houses of the Twenties (Dover, ).

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By the end of the s. The Books of a Thousand Homes, Vol. 1, Home Owners Service Institute, New York, This two-volume set features house plans and illustrations or photographs of 1, houses across the U.S.

The first volume features houses of “moderate cost” with three to eight rooms. Home > Plans The Telegram Plan Book s Small House Plans of Portland, Oregon. This small collection of vintage house plans was published by the Portland Telegram inone of Portland's several newspapers active in the first few decades of the 20th century.

The plans shown in the book, designed by O. Akers, are typical of the second half of the s and. Wonderful reprinted catalogue from Sears-Roebuck from the s that allow you to choose your own house from a list of 85 "models" all with names like the "Glens Falls" or the "Adirondack".

Sears-Roebuck houses ranged in price from $4, to $ and came "pre-cut and ready to assemble" by the department store chain's team of carpenters and masons/5. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Small Houses of the Thirties by Brown-Blodgett Company at Barnes & Noble.

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The Book of a Thousand Homes was published in We have the second edition edited by Henry Atterbury Smith. Volume 1 contains Small House Plans. At some point Volume II must have been on the drawing board, but it seems it was never printed. small houses of the twenties / compiled by Henry Atterbury Smith.

Reprint, with new introd. Originally published as v. 1 of: The books of a thousand homes. New York: Home Owners Service Institute, 1. Architecture, Domestic—United States—Designs and plans. Small houses—United States—Designs and plans 5/5(5). Authentic Small Houses of the Twenties shows wonderful possibilities for houses that capture the "Not so Big House" ideal, a movement gaining momentum in this day of the McMansion.

The product of a joint venture by the U. S. Dept. of Commerce and the American Institute of Architects after WWI, these house plans show marvelous use of interior. Do you find s house plans.

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Okay, you can use them for inspiration. The information from each image that we get, including set of size and resolution. .Our new Twenties homes page featuring new homes and existing houses that were for sale during the decade, the page is designed to provide examples of some of the fixtures and furnishings you may have found in a 20s home together with examples of self build kits.

Sizes varied, and ranged in prices from a few thousand dollars to about ten.