______The Rural Home and Planting the Home Grounds. Pamphlet List 1,1930.
Carter, Deane G. Farm House Conditions and Needs. St. Joseph, Mich.: American Society of Agricultural Engineers, 1930. Pp. 3. Agricultural Engineering, September, 1930.
Colorado Agricultural College. Adobe Brick for Farm Buildings, by John W. Sjogren and J. W. Adams. Bull. 308. Fort Collins: The College, 1930.
Pp. 28. Common Brick Manufacturers' Association of America. Farm Homes of Brick. Cleveland, Ohio: The Association, n.d. Pp. 23.
Floor plans and designs.
Foster, W. A., and Carter, Deane G. Farm Buildings. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1928. Farmhouse planning and construction (pp. 281-327).
Frysinger, Grace E. "The Farm Home," American Country Life Association:
Proceedings of the Tenth and Eleventh National Country Life Conferences.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1928. Pp. 36-40. Galpin, Charles J. "Rural Life," American Journal of Sociology, XXXV
(May, 1930), 1010-16. ______Rural Life Progress in the United States, Ten-Year Period, 1917-1927.
Mimeographed copy of address before the Tenth Annual Conference of the American Country Life Association.
Gray, Greta. House and Home. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1923. General information (pp. 243-58).
Hering, Oswald C. Economy in Home Building. New York: Robert M. Mc-Bride & Co., 1924. General information on country houses (pp. 109-29).
Holman, H. P. Painting on the Farm. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1925. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Farmers' Bull. 1452. Pp. 33. Montana State College of Agriculture: Extension Service. Suggestions for Rural House Planning. Bull. 102. Bozeman: The College, 1929. Pp. 70. National Lumber Manufacturers' Association. The Use of Lumber on the Farm. Washington: The Association, 1928. Pp. 38. Newcomb, Rexford. "Evolution of the American Farm House," Agricultural Engineering, X (April, 1929), 131-35.
General information on trends of architecture.
_______The Spanish House for America. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1927.
Designs and plans - some suitable for rural houses.
Soule, Winsor. Spanish Farm Houses. New York: Architectural Book Publishing Co., 1923. Plates only, no text. Designs suitable for certain sections of the country.
U.S. Bureau of Home Economics. Floors and Floor Coverings. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Farmers'Bull. 1219. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1921. U.S. Bureau of Public Roads. List of Plans Prepared for Free Distribution.
Washington: The Bureau, n.d. Pp. 3.
_______Plain Concrete for Farm Use, by T. A. H. Miller. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Farmers' Bull. 1279. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1922. Pp. 28.
,_______Rammed Earth Walls for Buildings, by M. C. Betts and T. A. H.
Miller. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Farmers' Bull. 1500. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1926. Pp. 26.
_______Small Concrete Construction on the Farm, by M. C. Betts and T. A. H.
Miller. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Farmers' Bull. 1480. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1926. Pp. 38.
---------. The Use of Logs and Poles In Farm Construction, by T. A. H. Miller.
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Farmers' Bull. 1660. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1931. Pp. 26.
U.S. Bureaus of Chemistry and Soils, Public Roads, and Agricultural Economics. Fire-Protective Construction on the Farm. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Farmers' Bull. 1590. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1929
Pp. 22. Waugh, Frank Albert. Rural Improvement. New York: Orange Judd Co., 1914.
Discusses suitability of bungalow, pro and con, and recommends Colonial type of plantation house for South (pp. 181-95).
Weaver, Lawrence. The "Country Life" Book of Cottages. London: Country Life, Ltd., 1919. Suggestions for rural-house architecture.
Wichers, H. E. Designs for Kansas Farm Homes. Bull. 23. Manhattan: Kansas State Agricultural College, 1929. Pp. 105. Designs - floor plans and general information.
[Note. - Plans for farmhouses may be obtained from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, from many state agricultural colleges, and also are included in issues of the Country Gentleman, Farmers' Wife, Southern Ruralist, Successful Farming, and other farm journals.]