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plate number facing page 13. The Siedlung of Working-Class Dwellings at Dessau, with their Co-operative Stores in the fore ground, 1928 72 14. The Dessau Labour Exchange, 1929: Top: Applicants' Entrance Bottom: Interior View 85 15. Copper-Plate Houses designed for Mass-Production, 1932: Top: A Complete Five-Roomed House loaded on a Motor Lorry for Conveyance to the Site Middle: Dry Assembly of the Walls Bottom: The Completed House 89 16. Project for a Group of Ten-Storey Blocks of Dwellings: Top: With Wide Intervals between the Blocks Bottom: Planned for Erection along the Bank of a River or the Shore of a Lake 92 15
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