Issue 29 Spring 2001

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This Issue Includes:

The Close: Old England In New Jersey
By David Cathers
A visit to M.H. Baillie Scott's only american home.

Norhill: Preserving a Piece of Houston's History
By Dan Soine
A Texas community does right by its bungalows.

The Bungalow Breakfast Nook
By Tim Counts
A period look at the many manifestations of kitchen nooks.

Artistry in the Making: Handel Lamps
By Robert Defalco
The beautiful metal overlay lamps of Philip Handel.

Heirloom Bulbs & Bungalow Gardens
By Michelle Gringeri-Brown
Bulbs deserve a place in your bungalow flower bed.

Luck and Ladybugs
By Lana Andrews
A bold black-and-white kitchen in New York state.

Not Your Typical Tudor
By Charles Cook
Turning a small Midwestern bungalow into a more spacious family home.

Southwest Bungalow-High on a Hill
By John Luke
Texas, California and Arts and Crafts come together in a Spanish Revival bungalow interior.

Disney Celebrates Arts and Crafts
The entertainment giant embraces the style in a big way.

Chicago Does it Right
By Michael Williams and Michelle Gringeri-Brown
Chicago's imitative validates the importance of bungalow preservation.

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