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[Urban Studies]. Pratt, Ned; Wendy Nicholas, Don Weber, et. al.

The Shotgun House Urban Housing Opportunities

Preservation Alliance of Louisville and Jefferson Co. Louisville, KY 1980 Oblong Octavo, pp. 36. Illustrated with numerous b/w drawings, elevations, plans, maps, and details.
A study of Louisville, KY's shotgun houses, which were considered potentially valuable housing stock as part of Louisville's urban renewal efforts of the time. This study details the history of the shotgun house, various design alternatives for renovation plans, and maintenance checklists. A rare find of interest to urban planners, preservationists, and shotgun house owners. From the Old House Journal Reference Library.


Edition: First edition
Binding: Pamphlet
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 12309

Price: $25.00

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