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"Emphasis in modular designs has been on small houses, now most in demand. But the principles work on any size and almost any type of house. By late fall, dealers and builders hope to have plans ready for 118 different styles, one and two storied, with or without basements, in stone, stucco, and-so-on... The house is built on of three sections, each 16 x 24 feet, and bolted at floor, walls and roof. Wall joints are hidden by cabinets; by simply removing top and side cabinets, bolts can be loosened and the house readied for moving on trailers."

     


Modular Housing (Pathfinder Magazine, 1947)

Modular Housing (Pathfinder Magazine, 1947)

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