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Samuel Spitler House, Brookville, Ohio
Samuel Spitler House, Brookville, Ohio
George Franklin Barber (1854-1915) was one of the most prolific American architects of the late Victorian period. If success can be measured in number of buildings constructed per his designs, Barber must also be considered one of the most popular architects of the era. Unlike most architects, Barber only rarely accepted commissions from individual clients. Instead, the bulk of his business followed the "catalog architecture" model popularized by earlier architects such as Palliser, Palliser & Co. Barber's great innovation was his willingness to personalize his designs for individual clients at moderate cost. As he wrote in his Cottage Souvenir No. 2, "Write to us concerning any changes wanted in plans, and keep writing till you get what you want. Don't be afraid of writing too often. We are not easily offended." He sold construction plans by mail in the thousands, certainly, and perhaps as many as 20,000. The actual records of these sales no longer exist, and the fact that Barber modified plans on an individual basis makes positive identification of many but the most elaborate and distinctive examples of houses built from his plans very difficult. Nevertheless, thousands of houses built from plans sent through the mail from Barber's Knoxville office have been identified. Barber was born at Dekalb, Illinois and grew up on a farm near Marmaton, Kansas. His early education seems to have been interrupted by the Bleeding Kansas unrest and the Civil War, and it is now generally assumed that his knowledge of architecture was absorbed from books. Barber is known to have purchased a number of books from booksellers A. J. Bicknell and Co., publishers of titles on building and its technical aspects, and owned a copy of Palliser's American Cottage Homes. By the mid 1880s he was back in Dekalb working as an architect with the firm of Barber and Boardman, Contractors and Builders. Barber's The Cottage Souvenir, Eighteen Engravings of Houses Ranging in Price from $900.00 to $8000.00 in Wood, Brick and Stone, Artistically Combined, published in Dekalb in 1887 or early 1888, was more a form of advertising rather than a product published for sale, printed on punched card stock and tied together with a piece of yarn. In 1888, Barber left Illinois and settled in Knoxville, Tennessee. Available biographical information leaves some questions unanswered. In Knoxville, Barber met J.C. White, a real estate developer who later became his business manager. Many Barber-designed houses (including his own) were built in Knoxville suburbs at about that time, especially in the area centered around Washington Avenue on land owned by White's company, and may have provided the funds for an aggressive advertising campaign. Barber was soon promoting mail-order house plans in popular magazines. His business rapidly increased after the December 1890 publication of his Cottage Souvenir No. 2, A Repository of Artistic Cottage Architecture and Miscellaneous Designs, a book of 59 house designs (plus a chapel, and church, several barns, storefronts, summer houses, and architectural details), which sold for $2.00 in paperback and $2.75 in hardcover. Barber continued to publish illustrated catalogs, and in 1895 he launched a monthly magazine called American Homes. Orders poured in from all over the United States and from countries as far away as China and South Africa. By 1900 the company employed 30 draftsmen to hand-copy more than 800 designs, and 20 secretaries were kept busy answering the mail. Several authorities have written that George Barber was the first to sell prefabricated houses in crates, but there is no evidence that he was actually engaged in manufacturing. It is certainly true that manufactured windows, doors, staircases and other components were routinely shipped by rail to lumber yards and contractors, and that a number of millwork companies advertised in Barber's magazine, but it is unclear whether entire houses were sold as kits by anyone prior to 1900. More than likely, Barber's business did not much cross the line between "catalog architecture" and "mail-order houses" such as were later available from Sears Roebuck & Co. or Aladdin as precut "kits". One notable and well-publicized exception, which is the origin of much of this confusion, was the Jeremiah Nunan Mansion in Jacksonville, Oregon, famously shipped from Knoxville in 1892 precut, packed "with drapes, carpet, plumbing, lights" into fourteen boxcars. Barber's own statements seem to discount the speculation that he was involved in prefabrication. "Knowing as I do," he wrote, "that my working drawings, when they leave the office, go out of reach of my personal supervision, I have taken special pains to make everything plain and easily understood by mechanics generally. Every detail that goes from this office is full size and drawn by hand (not printed). Everything requiring it has a det
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Ohio State Buckeyes Carpet 18"x18" Tiles
Great way to decorate your favorite Sports Room, Den, Dorm, Garage or even the Kids bedroom with these Carpet Team Tiles. Show off your favorite team colors and mascot/Logo across the area you want covered. Includes stickers for easy installation, 10 team logo tiles, 10 solid team color tiles. No underlay or pad required, Eco Thermal Plastic (ETP) is made of 100% recycled material for the backing, Official licensed modular rubber flooring. Ideal for gyms, exercise rooms, day-care centers, game or play rooms.

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