National Museum of American History:
Cary Carson, Norman F. Barka, William M. Kelso, Garry Wheeler Stone, Dell Upton, “Impermanent Architecture in the Southern American Colonies,” Winterthur Portfolio 16 (1981), 135-96.
Paul E. Buchanan, “The Eighteenth-Century Frame House of Tidewater Virginia,” in Building Early America: Contributions Toward the History of a Great Industry, ed. Charles E. Peterson (Radnor, Pa: Chilton, 1976).
Dell Upton, “Vernacular Domestic Architecture in Eighteenth-Century Virginia,” Winterthur Portfolio 17(1982), 95-119.
Camille Wells, ed. Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture (Vernacular Architecture Forum, 1982) ESSAYS.
John Michael Vlach, “The Shotgun House: An African
Architectural Legacy,” Pioneer America 8 (January/July
George McDaniel, Hearth and Home: Preserving a People’s Culture (Philadelphia: Temple, 1981). Postbellum Af-Am life.
Elizabeth Cromley, “Modernizing-or you never see a screen door on an affluent homes,” Journal of American Culture 5 (1982), 71-79.
Gwendolyn Wright, Moralism and the Model Home: Domestic Architecture and Cultural Conflict in Chicago, 1873-1913 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1980).
Material Culture, more generally
Cary Carson, “Doing History with Material Culture,” in Material Culture and the Study of American Life, ed. Ian M.G. Quimby (NY: Norton, 1978), 52-55.
Kenneth L. Ames, “Meaning in Artifacts: Hall Furnishings in Victorian America,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 7 (1978), 19-46.
Lizabeth A. Cohen, “Establishing a Life of Labor: An Interpretation of the Material Culture of American Working Class Homes, 1885-1915,” Journal of American Culture 3 (1980), 152-75.
Abbott Lowell Cummings, Rural Household Inventories: Establishing the Names, Uses, and Furnishings of Rooms in the Colonial New England Home, 1675-1775 (Boston: Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, 1964).
Alice Hanson Jones, American Colonial Wealth, 3 vols. (New York: Arno Press, 1977).