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JUST RELEASED!!! The stand-alone sequel to the 2006 book, this book adds NEW research and NEW houses to bring that book (now out of print) up to date, yet will stand alone for new readers, telling the complete Stickley story and showcasing a number of Stickley's house plans, as well as three rare facsimile period catalogs. Softcover, 8.5 x 11 inches, 270 pages, with period illustrations and new color photography. Get your copy from the publisher, Turn of the Century Editions/The Parchment Press, at the link below.Buy the book!
The magnum opus! ALL Stickley's homes published in his magazine The Craftsman from 1904 to 1916, with floor plans appear in one book for the first time, with color photos of those homes that have been located. In addition, a number of specially commissioned and unpublished homes have been located and documented. A total of 254 house plans are presented in this massive hardbound, 9 x 11-inch, 525 page, fully illustrated book. Published in 2006 by Gibbs Smith of Layton, Utah, and sold for $75, the book is now out-of-print—but can be found in secondary markets such as eBay and Amazon. As a courtesy, search links are provided below.eBay search Amazon search