The Sears Concord was a 1930s kit home that proved to be one of their most popular post-1929 houses.
Not surprising, housing starts plunged nationwide in 1932. Finding post-1932 Sears homes can be tough. That’s why it’s an extra thrill to find a Sears Concord. These were offered from about 1930 to the final years of the Sears Modern Homes program, 1940.
Below are some pictures of the Sears Concord.
The Sears Concord as it appeared in the 1936 Sears Modern Homes catalog.
The Sears Concord could be had for $30 a month in 1933. This image is from the tiny (billfold size) Sears Modern Homes catalog that was issued in late 1932.
Sears Concord in Nashville, Illinois. Note water tower peeking up from the back of the house.
A cold Concord in Elgin, Illinois.
This is a photo from the 1933 World's Fair (Century of Progress) in Illinois. The Sears Concord was built and open to the public. Judging from the crowd, this was a popular attraction. Note the stadium lights in the background. Apparently all Concords have some kind of industrial background items springing up behind them.
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