FLLW Monograph 1942-1950 (volume 7)

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FLLW Monograph 1942-1950 (volume 7)

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I have been studying the Seamour & Gerte Shavin house in Chattanooga, Tennessee, since 2004. I would like to obtain photocopies of the information about the Shavin house that is contained in the FLLW Monograph 1942-1950 (volume 7). Is this Monograph available for review through a public library? Any and all suggestions about how to obtain this information would be sincerely appreciated.



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There are only 24 Libraries in the

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RJH--Thanks for the information and offer of assistance. I will contact our university library to see if a copy of the #7 Monograph can be located through the Interlibrary Loan program.



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From my experience, they will probably not be able to do a interlibrary loan on such a valuable reference book. But, you can ask them to have them make a photocopy of the 2 or 3 pages.



Good luck.

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Thanks RJH. I believe the Design Library at the University of Kentucky has copies of the Monographs available for reference. UK is only about 2.5 hours from my location.



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If your in a hurry, I'd be happy to try and scan them for you as a PDF files.



The Monograph shows the plan, elevation sheet, a rendering, and 3 photos.

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JimM--



Thanks for listing the information about the Shavin house that is available in the Monograph. I sincerely appreciate your offer of assistance, and I would be grateful if you could scan the information and send it to me as a PDF file.



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