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Two concrete houses, side-by-side. One is complete, the other is surrounded by wood forms as workers pour cement.

Concrete house being assembled, 1919

Once the forms were in place, a house was poured in a single six-hour operation. Curing required ten days.

SI negative #87-1659

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