Narrative from the general building plans [November, 1943] The "H" house ... is a one story, three bedroom house. The room sizes are generally a little smaller than the rooms in the "E" house and the plan is a little more regular, only the kitchen breaking outside the main rectangular mass. The two corner bedrooms have an intervening bath and adjoining them. At the rear center of the house is a third bedroom. The remaining space across the back of the rectangle is used for a dining room alcove. The kitchen and the stairs to the basement thus become a wing behind the dining room. Although the house has slightly less closet space proportionately, each bedroom has an ample closet. There is the usual coat closet off the front room adjacent to the front door and there are two additional closets, one for linen in the bedroom hall and one for cleaning equipment in the kitchen. The kitchen has good cabinet space, and is well arranged, and because of its corner position, has good light and air from two directions. Quality and type of finish compare with the standards adopted throughout the project. The front of the house is very simple, but a note of interest may be found in the colonial type cross paneled door and fluted trim. There are no variants planned, all the houses being finished in pre stained cedar shakes.