Working-class Housing in the 19th century Britain
London Lund Humphries for the Architectural Association 1971
AA paper Number 7. 105pp illustrated with b/w plates. 4to. Boards. Very good indeed with dust wrapper. This slightly worn. Ex library Prince of Wales Architecture School with paper bookplate and class mark on spine. From the collection of Colin Amery. Very useful study of perceptions of working class housing in the 19th century as a social problem and the steps by which it became a matter of social concern. The paper looks how a range of solutions grew out of the perception of the problems - model housing schemes, model settlements, public housing etc.