Early-20th-Century Los Angeles Bungalow Architecture
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Arcadia Publishing Inc., 2022.
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Harry Zeitlin., Harry Zeitlin|AUTHOR., & Bennett Gilbert|AUTHOR. (2022). Early-20th-Century Los Angeles Bungalow Architecture . Arcadia Publishing Inc..

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Harry Zeitlin, Harry Zeitlin|AUTHOR and Bennett Gilbert|AUTHOR. Early-20th-Century Los Angeles Bungalow Architecture Arcadia Publishing Inc, 2022.

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Full titleearly 20th century los angeles bungalow architecture
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