Category: Residential Architecture


Showing 1-6 of 6

Historic Houses of America Open to the Public.

By: American Heritage.

Price: $24.00

Publisher: New York, American Heritage Publishing:

Seller ID: 002593

ISBN: 07-001135-4

CR 1971, 320 pages with picture credits. Illustrated blue covers, flexible faux leather covers, with gold lettering, all very good condition, with a blue ribbon marker. All states are covered in this wonderful guide, easy to carry around on your trip to these homes. View more info

The Rammed-Earth House.

By: Merrill, Anthony F.

Price: $65.00

Publisher: New York, Harpers Bros.:

Edition: Stated first Edition

Seller ID: 002797

Intro. Clinton P. Anderson, Secretary of Agriculture. CR 1947 with M-V on copyright page. Illustrated with black and white photos, dust jacket has slight tears, covers badly stained, text and pictures not affected, 230 pages with bibliography. Black and white photos in center have been wet and stuck together, but are separated now. This type of house offers speed of construction; economy in material costs and proven durability. View more info

Earth Sheltered Housing Design.

By: Minnesota Energy Agency.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: New York, Van Nostrand Reinhold:

Edition: Fourth Printing

Seller ID: 003019

Guidelines, examples, and reference. CR 1979, 1978, prepared by Underground Space Center, University of Minnesota. Profusely illustrated with photos, sketches and illustrations. Slight tear in back on dust jacket, otherwise in unread condition. 318 pages with index. Offering a comfortable and economic approach to underground housing - plans, details, photos of existing earth sheltered houses, how to design homes using low cost natural resources and energy, saving ideas such a layers of soil insulation and passive solar heating. View more info

Renaissance in Carolina 1971-1976

By: North Carolina.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Murfreesboro, NC,

Edition: First Printing

Seller ID: 002872

Murfreesboro, North Carolina, 213 pages, paper covers illustrated with white and blue sailing ships, dated June 1971. A wonderful book, sepia photos, of all the architectural details on homes in Murfreesboro. Hand carved mantels, 9-glass sashes, wide yellow pine flooring, cellars, church chimes and steeples, colonial roads, The Gingerbread House, the historic district, the industrial section, schools, etc. Murfreesboro is located between the Roanoke and Chowan Rivers and was first settled around 1700, incorporated in 1787. View more info

Plan Your House To Suit Yourself

By: Rogers, Tyler Steward

Price: $18.00

Publisher: Published by Scribners Sons, CR 1938,:

Seller ID: 001525

1950, this is 1950 edition, 313 pages. Tan covers, all good+. 2nd edition, revised and enlarged. Black & white illustrations. Art. Home design, architecture. View more info

Houses Virginians Have Loved.

By: Rothery, Agnes.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, Bonanza Books:

Edition: First By Bonanza

Seller ID: 002871

Dust jacket has slight tears, owners name on front pastedowns, illustrated with many black and white photos. CR MCMLIV (1954) by Rinehart. 319 pages with Glossary of Architectural Terms. The Mansions of Virginia are included but also the charming farmhouses of the Shenandoah Valley, little town houses of Alexandria, Marshall's house in Richmond, Eastern shore homes, and Pulaski and Wythe counties. View more info