The Pacific Corporation sold it's Ready-Cut homes from 1908-1940. Considered to be the third largest mass producer of pre-cut houses in the United States, Pacific delivered approximately 40,000 units. Business for the company peaked in 1923, sales in 1925 were just 500 homes. In the 1920s working class people aspired to the "good life" of home and auto ownership and Pacific was there to provide the little California bungalow that they were dreaming of.
5.95 each. Example of make and model: 1903 Radford, 109
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