Industrial Housing at Hopedale, Massachusetts


Published by Milford: The Author, N.d. [c. 1917], 1917
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First edition. Oblong 16mo; unpaged [8]; illustrated from photographs. A very good copy in original printed wrappers. A small collection of small photographs from the Architectural Review showing several two-family homes designed by Cook. Hopedale was a company town owned by the Draper Co., which had an enlightened policy about employee housing. According to the April 1917 issue of AR, quoted in the booklet, "The town was laid out in accordance with advanced Garden City principles, and from an architectural and landscape standing is one of the most interesting examples of Garden City work in this country.". Bookseller Inventory # 010734

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Title: Industrial Housing at Hopedale, Massachusetts

Publisher: Milford: The Author, N.d. [c. 1917]

Publication Date: 1917

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