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America 1930-1939: Fashion Research Article from American Decades

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The Colonial Revival style home remained the most popular house in the United States during the 1930s. These homes typically included an accentuated front door with a decorative crown supported by slender columns to form an entry porch. The symmetrical facade generally included first-floor double windows with double-hung sashes and second-floor single windows. A revival of the Dutch Colonial style was particularly popular in the 1930s. The distinguishing features of these homes were the roofs, which sharply sloped upward to a triangular peak. Many of these homes had front porches composed of a steep overhanging roof and narrow columns. These homes were typically found on the eastern seaboard.

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