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  • [Info] Mimar Houses, ed. by Brian Brace Taylor (PDF files at archnet.org (scroll down inset to "Associated Documents" for chapter links and downloads))
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  • [X-Info] Himes udvar (Taltos, 1916), by Ede Toroczkai-Wigand, Norbert Schoenauer, and Erno Margitay (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
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