Stephanie, about the only way I know to do it is to check the old, reprinted, catalogs. This is probably not going to be easy, given your location, but you might start on the web by checking what catalogs are currently available at sites like amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. Since you probably know or should be able to find out the year your house was built from county land records, look for a catalog from the same approximate year. If the new book sites aren't any help, then try a local used book dealer--they have reference material to most books that were ever published--and this info might also be available on the web also. You might even check the search engines to see if they have listings for sites under a general category like "Sears catalog houses".