THE HAND OF THE SMALL-TOWN BUILDER
Northern New England in the late 19th century saw an explosion of what we now call "new home construction"--small, simple homes erected on modest budgets for comfortable summer living. The best remaining examples of these often beautiful structures by self-taught architects are collected for this strikingly photographed survey.
Size: 8¼x11¼ inches
Item #: 6753183
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