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IF THIS HOUSE COULD TALK...: Historic Homes, Extraordinary Americans

1 rating: 3.0
A book by Elizabeth Smith Brownstein

"Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home." The buildings profiled inIf This House Could Talkmay not all be humble (Hearst Castle, Auldbrass Plantation, 'Iolani Palace), but at some point in their history, they all were called home. And though … see full wiki

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Author: Elizabeth Smith Brownstein
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
1 review about IF THIS HOUSE COULD TALK...: Historic Homes,...

This old house talks

  • Jul 16, 2008
Rating:
+3
Picture book about historic homes and their owners is fun and well done but inconsequential. Interesting groupings lends organization, but reads like a PBS anthology retrospective.

Good pictures and great production values make the book an eyeworthy treat.

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