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The Concrete Homes of Gary, Indiana

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While the industry promotes concrete homebuilding throughout the U.S., a recent article by Indiana University shows that concrete homes are nothing new. In fact, they date back more than 100 years along the border with Lake Michigan. The homes in Gary were constructed from a single pour of concrete into a series of interlocking metal molds and touted by builders, factory owners and the media as the home of the future for working-class families.

Source: September 25 article on the Web site of Indiana University. Read more.

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