Architects and builders should hand this book to clients who are seeking creative ways to build modestly. -- Period Homes, July 2006
Captivating. . . . In anyone who lingers over its pages, Morgan's little paperback will stimulate new affection for the Cape Cod cottage and its subtle variations. -- New Urban News, November 2006
In telling the story of the Cape, Morgan does not avoid a connoisseur's passion... but he does it with a grace that is consistent with the Cape itself. -- Maine Sunday Telegram, Oct. 15, 2006
It's a great story, an American story. . . and its telling is authoritatively done in this cordial, handsomely produced book. -- Maine Sunday Telegram, October 15, 2006
The story it tells is New England's story-the story of creating a sense of place and a sense of home. . . . A fine visual survey of this enduring form. -- Architecture Boston, November 2006
About the Author
William Morgan is an architectural historian and a photographer based in Providence, Rhode Island.