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Houses for Good Living

by Royal Barry Wills Associates

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Royal Barry Wills made the New England House one of America's favourites for trim style and comfortable living. The 1946 original edition of this book served as a useful guide for countless Americans in their search for a gracious way or life. His successors have added and complemented novel modern materials that extend comfortable exteriors to delightful terraces and views, and produced scores of heart-warming contemporary structures. The informative text, the 330 photos, drawings and floor plans make this book a superbly useful volume for those who desire an optimum house of the conventional type.… (more)

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