Sears Modern Home 64 in West Haven CT.

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The Sears Modern Homes number 64 was one of the first models offered by Sears in 1908. I was able to locate one with the help of a testimony from 1911.

To see the Sears 1908 Catalog of Modern Homes click here.

With this testimony I set out to find a Sears Modern Homes 64. This was the home of Louis and Alma Streitlein and their daughter and adopted son.

With this testimony I set out to find a Sears Modern Homes 64. This was the home of Louis and Alma Streitlein and their daughter and adopted son.

 

This is the Sears Modern Home number 64 that the Streitleins lived in in New haven CT.

This is the Sears Modern Home number 64 that the Streitleins lived in in New haven CT.

 

This is from my 1908, 4th edition of the sears Modern Homes catalog Model 64 was offered until 1913 and as model 211 too.

This is from my 1908, 4th edition of the Sears Modern Homes catalog.  I’m not too fond of that room arrangement.  The largest room is the dining room and not really any place to add a bathroom if needed or when needed.   I’m sure that addition solved that problem.

 

Model 64 was offered until 1913 and as model 211 too.

 

Louis and Alma Streitlein's Sears Modern Home number 64.

Louis and Alma Streitlein’s Sears Modern Home number 64.

 

Have you seen a Sears number 64?    If so, please contact me!

There are three ways to contact me.  By email: searshomes@yahoo.com (photos welcome and encouraged)

You can contact me through Sears Modern Homes on facebook.

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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