|Title:||The hollow-tile house; a book wherein the reader is introduced to hollow-tile in the making, is told how it is wrought into houses and is shown how these houses look and from what foreign ancestry their appearance is an heritage. Its key-note is tuned to the concert-pitch of progress. By Frederick Squires; with 215 illustrations chosen from foreign and American sources.|
|Author:||Squires, Frederick, 1879-|
|Note:||New York, The William T. Comstock co., [c1913]|
|Link:||page images at HathiTrust|
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|Call number:||NA7155 .S7|
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