New York. The William T. Comstock Co., Copyright 1915.
Second Edition. Black and white photo illustrations, plus line drawings and floor plans, featuring bungalows primarily. 125 pp, pictorial embossed cloth covered boards (hardbound). Corners lightly bumped or abraded; chipping at top and bottom of spine; faint soiling to back cover; long-ago price in blue pencil on verso of front cover; contents in good condition. The book is self-described as "Containing a large variety of designs by many architects showing homes in all parts of the country, many of which are suitable only for summer use while others are adapted for permanent residence. Camps, hunting lodges and log cabins are also presented, suggesting designs for vacation dwellings in woods and mountains." The book features a number of buildings designed by Philadelphia architect C. E. Schermerhorn, with elevations and floor plans; also a page depicting twenty two bungalow floor plans as conceived by Schermerhorn. A most interesting book with emphasis on the Bungalow as adapted for various regions of the United States, in overall good condition with issues noted. This is the second edition revised. Item #51385