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The Resource A home for all or The gravel wall and octagon mode of building new, cheap, convenient, superior and adapted to rich and poor. : Showing the superiority of this gravel concrete over brick, stone, and frame houses; manner of making and depositing it; its cost; outside finish; clay houses; defects in small, low, long-winged, and cottage houses; the greater capacity, beauty, compactness, and utility of octagon houses; different plans; the author's residence; green and ice houses; filters; grounds; shrubbery; fruits and their culture; roofing; school-houses and churches; barns and out buildings; board and plank walls; the working-man's dwellings, etc., etc., By O.S. Fowler, author of various works on phrenology. ; [One line of quotation]

A home for all or The gravel wall and octagon mode of building new, cheap, convenient, superior and adapted to rich and poor. : Showing the superiority of this gravel concrete over brick, stone, and frame houses; manner of making and depositing it; its cost; outside finish; clay houses; defects in small, low, long-winged, and cottage houses; the greater capacity, beauty, compactness, and utility of octagon houses; different plans; the author's residence; green and ice houses; filters; grounds; shrubbery; fruits and their culture; roofing; school-houses and churches; barns and out buildings; board and plank walls; the working-man's dwellings, etc., etc., By O.S. Fowler, author of various works on phrenology. ; [One line of quotation]

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A home for all or The gravel wall and octagon mode of building new, cheap, convenient, superior and adapted to rich and poor. : Showing the superiority of this gravel concrete over brick, stone, and frame houses; manner of making and depositing it; its cost; outside finish; clay houses; defects in small, low, long-winged, and cottage houses; the greater capacity, beauty, compactness, and utility of octagon houses; different plans; the author's residence; green and ice houses; filters; grounds; shrubbery; fruits and their culture; roofing; school-houses and churches; barns and out buildings; board and plank walls; the working-man's dwellings, etc., etc.
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A home for all or The gravel wall and octagon mode of building new, cheap, convenient, superior and adapted to rich and poor.
Title remainder
Showing the superiority of this gravel concrete over brick, stone, and frame houses; manner of making and depositing it; its cost; outside finish; clay houses; defects in small, low, long-winged, and cottage houses; the greater capacity, beauty, compactness, and utility of octagon houses; different plans; the author's residence; green and ice houses; filters; grounds; shrubbery; fruits and their culture; roofing; school-houses and churches; barns and out buildings; board and plank walls; the working-man's dwellings, etc., etc.
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By O.S. Fowler, author of various works on phrenology. ; [One line of quotation]
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eng
Citation location within source
470
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Hitchcock, H.R. Amer. architectural books
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A home for all or The gravel wall and octagon mode of building new, cheap, convenient, superior and adapted to rich and poor. : Showing the superiority of this gravel concrete over brick, stone, and frame houses; manner of making and depositing it; its cost; outside finish; clay houses; defects in small, low, long-winged, and cottage houses; the greater capacity, beauty, compactness, and utility of octagon houses; different plans; the author's residence; green and ice houses; filters; grounds; shrubbery; fruits and their culture; roofing; school-houses and churches; barns and out buildings; board and plank walls; the working-man's dwellings, etc., etc., By O.S. Fowler, author of various works on phrenology. ; [One line of quotation]
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  • Edition statement transposed; precedes quotation on title page
  • Copyright 1853 by O.S. Fowler
  • "New York Stereotype Association, 201 William Street."--verso of title page
  • Three publisher's catalogues, "Works on phrenology, " "Works on water cure, " and "Works on physiology, " p. 4, 4, 4 at end
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volume
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rdacarrier
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20 cm.
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Stereotyped edition: revised and enlarged.
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vi, [1], 8-192, 4, 4, 4 p.
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rdamedia
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ill.
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  • (UPRA)tmp14930564
  • (UPRA)utbgRLA172726-B
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  • (OCoLC)ocn370274901
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A home for all or The gravel wall and octagon mode of building new, cheap, convenient, superior and adapted to rich and poor. : Showing the superiority of this gravel concrete over brick, stone, and frame houses; manner of making and depositing it; its cost; outside finish; clay houses; defects in small, low, long-winged, and cottage houses; the greater capacity, beauty, compactness, and utility of octagon houses; different plans; the author's residence; green and ice houses; filters; grounds; shrubbery; fruits and their culture; roofing; school-houses and churches; barns and out buildings; board and plank walls; the working-man's dwellings, etc., etc., By O.S. Fowler, author of various works on phrenology. ; [One line of quotation]
Publication
Note
  • Edition statement transposed; precedes quotation on title page
  • Copyright 1853 by O.S. Fowler
  • "New York Stereotype Association, 201 William Street."--verso of title page
  • Three publisher's catalogues, "Works on phrenology, " "Works on water cure, " and "Works on physiology, " p. 4, 4, 4 at end
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
20 cm.
Edition
Stereotyped edition: revised and enlarged.
Extent
vi, [1], 8-192, 4, 4, 4 p.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (UPRA)tmp14930564
  • (UPRA)utbgRLA172726-B
  • Reclass
  • (OCoLC)ocn370274901

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