The House as Home (1913) (Inscribed by the author)

Author(s): Constance Louisa Stallard
Format: hardback
Edition: First Edition
Year published: 1913
Publisher: Melrose
Total Pages: 315
Illustrations: illustrated in black and white


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“The House as Home” is a book written by Constance Louisa Stallard, who wrote under the pen name Mrs. Arthur Stallard. Published in 1912, it explores the idea of the home as a central element in family life and society. The book delves into various aspects of domestic life, including interior design, homemaking, family dynamics, and the role of women in the household. Inscribed by Stallard to front endpaper: ‘with the author’s compliments Xmas 1920’. Condition: some light creasing top and bottom of spine. light wear to front hinge, otherwise very good.


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