Portland State University. Department of History
Gordon B. Dodds
Date of Publication
Master of Arts (M.A.) in History
United States. Federal Housing Administration, Dwellings -- Pacific Northwest, House construction -- Pacific Northwest
1 online resource (262 p.)
There is a clear change in the architectural qualities of builder's houses constructed before World War II and in the postwar years. The primary evidence is in the houses themselves and their architectural qualities. This study focuses on the first 20 years of Federal Housing Administration insured mortgage builders' houses constructed in the Pacific Northwest region, although expanded with some examples from across the nation to illustrate the general application of the thesis and that this was not a regional phenomenon.
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Staehli, Alfred M., "They sure don't build them like they used to : Federal Housing Administration insured builders' houses in the Pacific Northwest from 1934 to 1954" (1987). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3799.