[Seattle: 1926]. Six sheets, each approximately 13 x 24 inches. Riveted at left margin. Small contemporary ink stamp on verso of final sheet. Light wear and occasional dampstaining. Very good. Item #376
An interesting set of blueprints that show plans for an early portable building designed by a Seattle company. The American Portable Home Company operated out of the Washington city in the early 20th century, and had an exhibition structure at the Lewis and Clark Centennial Fair in St. Louis in 1904. These plans were drawn in 1926, and depict designs for a small school building. The blueprints show the designs for the floor plan, front and side elevations, a cross section, as well as ceiling and roof plans. A neat document of early tiny homes.