Lawyer Steve Natelson, Who Lives near Taos, New Mexico Relaxes on the Bed of His Experimental Home Built of Empty Steel Beer and Soft Drink Cans.

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    Original Caption: Lawyer Steve Natelson, Who Lives near Taos, New Mexico Relaxes on the Bed of His Experimental Home Built of Empty Steel Beer and Soft Drink Cans. on the Wall Is a Mural of Cans Left Exposed. It Was the First Such House Built by the Architect Michael Reynolds Who Believes This Type of Housing Can Be Built for as Much as 20% Less Than the Conventional Method. The Federal Housing Administration Has Shown Interest in Issuing Loans on This Type of Housing. The Cost Is $25,000 to $30,000 for a Two-Bedroom Home.

    U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-14172

    Photographer: Hiser, David, 1937-

    Subjects:
    Taos (Taos county, New Mexico, United States) inhabited place
    Environmental Protection Agency
    Project DOCUMERICA

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