Housing crisis and response: the place of mobile homes in American life

Housing crisis and response: the place of mobile homes in American life

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Each lot also had two long strips of concrete, called aquot;pads, aquot; on which the mobile home rested, which was perhaps one ... The so-called family section had fewer gardens, the mobile homes appeared older or, at least, more worn, the lots were more cluttered, and the mobile home interiors ... The rules were rather extensive, covering everything from the color of the oil tank to the number of automobiles eachanbsp;...


Title:Housing crisis and response: the place of mobile homes in American life
Author: Margaret E. Woods, New York State College of Human Ecology. Housing Research Group
Publisher: - 1971
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