INEXPENSIVE HOMES OF INDIVIDUALITY. BEING A COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHS AND FLOOR PLANS ILLUSTRATING CERTAIN OF AMERICA'S BEST COUNTRY AND SUBURBAN HOMES OF MODERATE SIZE.

New York: Bride, McNast, 1912. Hardcover. Slim royal 8vo hardcover in olive green cloth lettered and decorated in white. "New and Enlarged Edition" stated on copyright page but with "Published January 1912" and no other printings noted on the copyright page.80 pp. Illustrated throughout with full and partial page black and white photographs and with floor plans. With an Introductio by Frank Miles Day and a Discussion of Costs' by Aymar Embry II. A tight, mainly brightbexample, light occasional foxing. Survey of what for the time were considered inexpensive homes (but quite lovely); most of the examples pictured were from arears like Westchester County, NY, New Jersey, the Pennsylvania Main Line, etc. Fine. Item #GE19140

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