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Image from page 30 of “A plan book of Harris homes” (1915)
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Title: A plan book of Harris homes
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Harris Bros. Co.
Subjects: house plans prefabricated houses domestic architecture designs and plans, prefab, kit houses
Publisher: Harris Bros.
Contributing Library: MBJ collection
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Harris Home No. L-1515 The Size20 ft. x 28 ft. 7 Rooms andReception Hall A STRONG, compact home of generous dimensions designed alongoriginal lines containing more available room than many houses of large dimen-sions. Easily built with great economy of material sensibly Cut-to-Fit withoutwaste, The Harris Way—our time, money and labor-saving home buildingsystem. In interior arrangement the house has all the conveniences possible for its size. Attractive living room, dining room and kitchen on the first floor besides fronthall. The main stairway is of open design and modern construction landing directly inthe center of the house on the second floor. The second floor has four bedrooms all ofgood size, with closets. One of the rooms—preferably the one over the kitchen—may be converted into a bathroom.The house is well lighted andventilated. Note the compactroom arrangement for perfectplumbing installation anduniform heating. You canincrease the savings on yourhome by taking advanta
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