1936 - Purdue University Demonstration concrete House, Lafayette, Indiana. Burnham Bros. & Hammond, Architects. Chas. Gambsky & Co., Builders. Plans provided.


People want their houses to last long after the mortgage is paid out, without excessive maintenance cost. A concrete house, like this reinforced concrete home built at Purdue University, will remain in the same fine condition long after the loan is paid. Solid walls, solid floors tied together with the same solid, strong materials nothing to wear out. The original investment is secure year after year. Money invested in a concrete home is just like cash in the vault, 


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