A Streamline Moderne appliance has here been enlarged to become a dwelling. The corners are curved, a band of three inset lines flows into the second-floor windows, and corner windows occur throughout the house. The Marcusen house ( CE196) declares its allegiance to the modern with reticence; the Cunningham house does it with a vengeance. The Cunningham house is almost a perfect match to a house built in Maumee, Ohio, designed by Stephen M. Jokel, of Toledo, Ohio. The Ohio house with plans was published in the April 1937 issue of Better Homes and Gardens.
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