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Posted by Marie McCarty on January 1st, 2003 01:40 PM
In reply to Sears and Roebuck House by Cathie and Carl Rutledge on September 23rd, 2000 02:37 PM [Go to top of thread]

I own a 1927 Sears Home. Some great references are (online), and books: "Houses By Mail" by Katherine Cole Stevenson and H. Ward Jandl, "Small Houses of the Twenties: The Sears, Roebuck 1926 House Catalog" (a reproduction available everywhere)and "The Houses That Sears Built" by Rosemary Thornton. Remember that if you can't find an exact match for your house it does not mean it is not a Sears house. These houses could be customized when ordered and were probably altered over the years. If you have an actual Sears document of any kind, you are doing better than most: Sears didn't do a very good job of record keeping, if any at all. Good Luck!

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