Constructed near the end of the Tudor Revival period, these dwellings feature a mix of Tudor details with other motifs of the Academic Period, usually Colonial. Such detail sinclude cornice returns, and round columns.
Washington State Examples
Bremerton - c.1929
Camas - c.1935
Everett - c.1936
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Mount Vernon - c.1937
Pomeroy - c.1930
Seattle - c.1928
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Seattle - c.1939
Spokane - c.1937
Tacoma - c.1927
For More Information:
- Wills, Royal Berry, Houses for Homemakers, Franklin Watts, Inc, New York, NY. 1945.
- 44 Up to Date House Designs . Authentic Publications Inc. New York, NY, 1950.
- Townsend, Gilbert & J. Ralph Dalzell, How to Plan A House, American Technical Society, Chicago, IL. 1946.
- Gillies, Mary Davis & Kenneth Stowell , Let's Plan a Home: for Comfort, Convenience, Modernity . Surface Combustion Corp. Toledo, OH, 1945.
- Helping Today's Home Builders Get their Money's Worth - Weyerhaeuser 4-Square - 1947
- The Blue Book of Home Plans for Home in the Pacific Northwest, Pacific First Federal Savings & Loan Association, Tacoma, 1937
- Editors of the Architectural Forum, The 1938 Book of Small Houses. Simon & Schuster, Inc. New York, NY, 1937.
- Schweitzer, Robert & Michael Davis, America's Favorite Homes Wayne State Unversity Press, Detroit, MI, 1990.
- Walker, Lester, American Homes: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Domestic Architecture, the Overlook Press., New York, NY 1981.
- Modern Homes: Sears, Roebuck & Co., Chicago, IL, 1936.