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Aladdin Homes Built in a Day. Catalog No. 31  (1919).

[Pattern Books]. (Aladdin Company).

Aladdin Homes Built in a Day. Catalog No. 31 (1919).

Amer Life Foundation Watkins Glen, NY 1985 Quarto, pp. 122, illustrated in b/w: w/floor plans, exterior and interior perspective renderings and isometric drawings. A tremendous variety of styles. This is an outstanding perspective on American home-building and home-owners' tastes.
Daniel Reiff, in his important history of American house design and building "Houses from Books" spends most of a chapter on Aladdin Houses. They were that important. Aladdin actually invented the pre-cut kit house, before Sears got into the game. The present reprint from 1919 shows the company at the top of its game and at the peak of the "movement." You just have to look at the plans for "The Pasadena" to see where many of the bungalow-style houses in Southern California came from. An uncommon title, even in reprint.


Edition: Reprint
Binding: Staplebound Wraps, light blue in color
Condition: As New
ISBN: 0892570830
Book Id: 1542

Price: $25.00

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