Working-class Housing In 19th-century Britain.
Lund Humphries for the Architectural Association.
4to. 8.25 x 11.75 inches. vi + 105 pp. In pictorial card wrapper. Slight wear to extremities and sunning of spine, but otherwise a very good copy. Library no. on half title and bookplate; signature of J. l. Hayes on front inside wrapper. Illustrated by 40 pages of black and white plates (with 88 images). Decorated by double page tittle vignette. An outline of the main forces influencing working class housing in the second half of the nineteenth century into the early twentieth century. The text and illustrations examine housing as a social problem, as commercial philanthropy, as an industrial development, and the Evangelical conscience, and the Architectural profession, and the state and in a changing society.
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