Design 3 - 1916 Ideal Homes in Garden Communities cute house, but to have the guests have to go through the bed rooms to get to the bath?  ugh.

Design 3 - 1916 Ideal Homes in Garden Communities cute house, but to have the guests have to go through the bed rooms to get to the bath? ugh.

1916 Single Story Modern Colonial - Ladies Home Journal - Walter Swindell Davis

1916 Single Story Modern Colonial - Ladies Home Journal - Walter Swindell Davis

Open Plan Spanish Revival - 2 Bedroom Cottage - 1916 Ideal Homes in Garden Communities

Open Plan Spanish Revival - 2 Bedroom Cottage - 1916 Ideal Homes in Garden Communities

The Corona, 1916 Sears and Roebuck bigperm81 adelaidaq3850  This looks like the house Grandpa Dungan built..where my mom grew up and still stands in Lockland, Ohio.

The Corona, 1916 Sears and Roebuck bigperm81 adelaidaq3850 This looks like the house Grandpa Dungan built..where my mom grew up and still stands in Lockland, Ohio.

CURB APPEAL – another great example of beautiful design. 1923 Sears Homeville

CURB APPEAL – another great example of beautiful design. 1923 Sears Homeville

1916 Low Profile California Modern - Ideal Homes in Garden Communities - German Influence in American Residential Architecture

1916 Low Profile California Modern - Ideal Homes in Garden Communities - German Influence in American Residential Architecture

An original "Magnolia" Sears Modern Homes advertisement (built-to-order) Only seven of this magnificent design (the largest and grandest Sears ever offered between 1918-1922) were built. One was razed, another lost to a fire and the others lovingly kept whole by their owners through-out the years. The "Magnolia" was a ten-room home in the Colonial-style with white siding, hipped roof, large brick chimney's and delicate balustrades and lots of airy spaces.

An original "Magnolia" Sears Modern Homes advertisement (built-to-order) Only seven of this magnificent design (the largest and grandest Sears ever offered between 1918-1922) were built. One was razed, another lost to a fire and the others lovingly kept whole by their owners through-out the years. The "Magnolia" was a ten-room home in the Colonial-style with white siding, hipped roof, large brick chimney's and delicate balustrades and lots of airy spaces.

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