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Publisher: Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John
Gaughenbaugh, Michael, Camburn, Herbert
A fictional youngster takes the reader on a voyage of discovery as his family moves into a run-down Victorian house and he learns all about restoring houses and how home styles have developed over the past 400 years in America. Lavish illustrations help to tell this fascinating tale. An aunt's townhouse in Chicago and the homes of cousins in the south and in the country are some of the other architectural journeys in this book, which introduces children to a whole new vocabulary and way of looking at architecture in houses.Gaughenbaugh, Michael is the author of 'Old House, New House: A Child's Exploration of American Architectural Styles - Michael Gaughenbaugh - Hardcover' with ISBN 9780471144083 and ISBN 0471144088.
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