Sears Modern Home No 135

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Using a testimony from 1914 I was able to locate a Sears Modern Home No 135. A quick internet search doesn’t turn up anything on the Sears 135. The Sears Modern Home 135 was offered from late 1908-1915.

If you recognize this house as a house you have seen please contact me!

This is the Sears 135 from my 1914/15 catalog. This model was first offered in fall of 1908 and last offered in 1915. You can see a testimony for a 135 built in Huntington, West Virginia. To see the Sears Modern Homes 1914/1915 catalog click here.

This is the Sears 135 from my 1914/15 catalog. This model was first offered in fall of 1908 and last offered in 1915. You can see a testimony at the bottom of the page for a 135 built in Huntington, West Virginia.

 

To see the Sears Modern Homes 1914/1915 catalog click here.

 

This Sears Modern Homes 135 is in Huntington West Virginia. It was the home of a railroad employee Jay Innis and his wife Zella Mae and there three sons.

This Sears Modern Homes 135 is in Huntington West Virginia. It was the home of railroad employee Jay Innis and his wife Zella Mae and their three sons.

 

Are you living in a Sears kit home?  Know of one?  Need help identifying one?   If so, please contact me!  There are three ways to contact me.  By email: searshomes@yahoo.com (photos welcome and encouraged)

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Or, you can leave a reply at the end of this blog.

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About Rachel Shoemaker

I've been hooked on finding and or identifying mail order homes since 2008. I'm not picky, kit homes from Sears Modern Homes, Aladdin Ready Cut, Gordon Van Tine, Wardway Homes, all of the major companies as well as the popular pattern and plan book homes built from about 1900 and on. Could you be living in one of these homes? Send me an email: searshomes@yahoo.com
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