"Mail-order homes a step into history"

Mail-order homes a step into history at http://www.washtimes.com/metro/20060829-093827-7348r.htm
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That is a great article. As a Company that supplies panelized "kit" home now , the legacy continues.
Larry J Clark Allpro Building Systems www.abshomes.com
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You can instantly download a Sears mail-order house plan book from:
http://www.housemouse.net/ebooks/southwest1003.htm
50 Craftsman Mail-order House Plans, 1916
and is bundled with the eBook titled: 50 House Plans for Home Builders in the Southwest (non-mail-order houses from Texas, 1910)
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A good buddy of mine's dad lives in a "Sears" house that was put up by his gradfather - excellent quality brick home that you'd never suspect was mail ordered.
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