Gordon Van Tine

My Gordon Van Tine Catalog collection:

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Gordon Van Tine Book of Plans 1907

1907

 

Gordon Van Tine Woodwork, Roofing, Paints and Plans 1907 (no cover)

1907

 

Gordon Van Tine Book of Plans 1909-1910

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Gordon Van Tine Building Materials and Millwork 1909-1910

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Gordon Van Tine Building Materials and Millwork 1911-1912

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Gordon Van Tine Book of Plans 1913

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To see the Gordon Van Tine Book of Building Plans from 1913 click here

Gordon Van Tine Building Material and Millwork 1916

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Gordon Van Tine Standard Homes Not Ready Cut 1916

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Gordon Van Tine  Ready Cut Homes 1916

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 To see the Gordon Van Tine Ready-Cut Catalog 1916 click here

Gordon Van Tine Homes 1917

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Gordon Van Tine Building Material 1918

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Gordon Van Tine Building Material 1920

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