Fireplaces: Examples of Pre-War Architecture

Fireplaces: Examples of Pre-War Architecture

Fireplaces have been a part of American architecture since the 1700s, but as designs became safer, they really took off during the Victorian era and remained a popular feature in living rooms during the days before World War II. So popular that when President Franklin Roosevelt broadcasted his speeches over the radio, they called them "fireside chats."

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