Oakland, CA: Dixon & Hillen, July, 1923. First edition. Pictorial Wraps. Quarto, pp 40, illustrated with b/w photographs and period trade advertisements. Near fine; mild center fold crease. Item #19945
An exceptionally important issue of this series, featuring ca. 20 pages of houses designed and built by the famous "Los Angeles Investment Co. Builders." Features "A Small Home of Unusual Charm," "Homes Designed for Wide Lots," "Use of Awnings," Bungalows, Colonials, etc." A very scarce volume of California architect-designed homes: The extensive local trade literature rounds out this issue to make it a unique snapshot of 1920s Southern California Building. This is truly a collector's item for anyone who appreciates the unique beauty of California architecture of the 1920's.