Clay (Grady) Papers, 1937-1999

Descriptive Summary

Title
Clay (Grady) Papers, 1937-1999
Creator
Clay, Grady
Extent
81.625 linear feet
Subjects
Clay, Grady.
City planning.
Historic preservation.
Arrangement
The Grady Clay papers are divided into five series: Series I - Topical files (79.875 linear feet); Series II - Correspondence, 1958-1987; Series III - Clay's literary production, 1950-1987; Series IV - Articles about Grady Clay; and Series V - Projects and reference files (1.75 linear feet). Series II, III and IV together total approximately .75 linear feet.
Finding Aid Author
Processed by Katherine Burger Johnson and Katie Hay; machine-readable finding aid created by Carrie Daniels
Repository
University of Louisville

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Louisville journalist Grady Clay is a native of Atlanta, Georgia, who received his undergraduate degree from Emory University in 1938 and his master's degree in journalism from Columbia University in 1939. During World War II he was on the staff of Yank, the U.S. Army's weekly publication. A longtime resident of Louisville, Kentucky, he was the real estate editor and later the first urban affairs editor for the Louisville Courier-Journal, a position he held until 1966. That year he joined Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism to help establish its Urban Journalism Center. Clay has held numerous academic positions: he was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University in 1947; a research associate to the Joint Center for Urban Studies of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1960-1961; and a Guggenheim Fellow between 1973 and 1974. He has lectured extensively in universities both in the United States and abroad and was visiting professor at the University of Kentucky, Northwestern University, the University of Salzburg, Austria, and at the University of Louisville. In 1966 he became editor of Landscape Architecture Quarterly, the journal of the American Society of Landscape Architects, a position he held until 1984. He is also a former president of the National Association of Real Estate Editors. He is an honorary member of the American Institute of Architects and the American Society of Landscape Architects. Clay is the author of many articles and books, including works on architecture, water resources, urban planning, and historic preservation. His major writings include Alleys: A Hidden Resource (1978); Closeup: How to Read the American City (1980); plus a television documentary, Unknown Places: Exploring the Obvious (1982). Clay has also been a contributing author to several other works. He has served as advisor on several major projects including the Environmental Planning Advisory Council for the Amelia Island, Florida developments of the Sea Pines Corporation (1971-1975), the Review Committee for Williamsburg and Busch properties, for the Kingsmill community development project in Virginia.
Scope and Content
This large (82.375 foot) collection documents the professional life of Louisville journalist Grady Clay. The vast majority (79.875 linear feet) of the collection consists of topical files of material that Clay collected relating to a large number of cities, states, and countries, as well as other topics of interest to him. Similar material is found in Series V - Projects and reference files (1.75 linear feet). There is a small amount of correspondence and Clay's own writings, as well as articles about Clay. These are 20th century materials, covering the period 1937-1999 and including newspaper and magazine clippings, pamphlets and brochures, blueprints, correspondence, and literary manuscripts.

Contents of the Collection

Topical files

Series I, Topical files, consists of files on cities, states, countries, and other subjects of interest to Clay.

Aberfan, England

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Abilene, Kansas

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Acapulco, Mexico

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Alaska (general)

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Albany, New York

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Alexandria, Virginia

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Amarillo, Texas

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Amelia Island, Florida

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Amherst, Massachusetts

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Amsterdam, Holland

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Anchorage, Alaska

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Annapolis, Maryland

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Antwerp, Belgium

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Argentina (general)

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Arizona (general)

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Aspen, Colorado

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Atlanta, Georgia

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Augusta, Georgia

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Austin, Texas

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Australia (general)

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Bakersfield, California

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Barbican, England

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Barcelona, Spain

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Bardstown, Kentucky

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Batavia, New York

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Bath, England

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Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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Beirut, Lebanon

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Bennington County, Vermont

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Berkeley, California

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Berlin, Germany

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Berryessa, California

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Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

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Biloxi, Mississippi

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Binghampton, New York

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Birmingham, Alabama

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Blacksburg, Virginia

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Bloomington, Indiana

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Boca Raton, Florida

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Bolivia (general)

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Bombay, India

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Bonn, Germany

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Boulder, Colorado

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Bozeman, Montana

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Brandenburg, Kentucky

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Brazil (general)

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Brookline, Massachusetts

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Brussels, Belgium

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Buckhead, Georgia

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Bucks County, Pennsylvania

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Budapest, Hungary

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Byzantium (see also Constantinople and Istanbul)

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Cairo, Egypt

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Calcutta, India

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Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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California (Random Street Maps)

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Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Canada (general)

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Canberra, Australia

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Caracas, Venezuela

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Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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Cergy-Pontoise, France

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Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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Charleston, SC

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Charleston, WV

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Charlotte, North Carolina

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Chattanooga, Tennessee

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Chile (general)

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Clarksville, Indiana

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Claremont, California

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Cleveland, Ohio

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Colby, Kansas

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Cold Spring, New York

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Cologne, Germany

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Columbia, Maryland

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Columbia, Missouri

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Columbia, SC

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Columbia, South America (general)

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Columbus, Ohio

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Connecticut (general)

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Constantinople (see also Byzantium and Istanbul)

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Copenhagen, Denmark

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Corpus Christi, Texas

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Coventry, England

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Crofton, Maryland

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Cumberland Island, Georgia

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Dade County, Florida

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Dallas, Texas

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Dayton, Ohio

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Denmark (general)

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Denver, Colorado

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Diamond Heights, California

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Ecuador (general)

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Ellicott City, Maryland

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Espoo, Finland

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Evansville, Indiana

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Evendale, Ohio

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Fairfax County, Virginia

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Fargo, North Dakota

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Finland (general)

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Fitzgerald, Georgia

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Flint, Michigan

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Florence, Italy

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Flower Mound, Texas

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Florida (general)

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Fort Worth, Texas

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Framingham, Massachusetts

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France (general)

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Frankfort, Kentucky

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Freemont, California

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Freeport, Bahamas

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Fresno, California

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Fulton County, Georgia

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Galveston, Texas

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Gatlinburg, Tennessee

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Geneva, Switzerland

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Governor's Design Advisory Council (Kentucky)

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Grand Rapids, Michigan

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Grapevine, Texas

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Great Britain

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Green Belt Cities (general)

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Greendale, Wisconsin

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Greensboro, North Carolina

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Hackensack, New Jersey

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Hague (The), Holland

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Hamburg, Germany

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Hanoi, Vietnam

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Harbour Island, Bahamas

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Harlow, England

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Hartford, Connecticut

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Harvard University

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Hawesville, Kentucky

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Hazard, Kentucky

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Helena, Montana

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Helsinki, Finland

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Hershey, Pennsylvania

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Hodgenville, Kentucky

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Holland (general)

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Hong Kong (general)

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Honolulu, Hawaii

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Hopkinsville, Kentucky

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Hot Springs, Arkansas

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Houston, Texas

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Illinois (general)

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Indiana (general)

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International Seminar on Urban Renewal

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Irvine, California

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Istanbul (see also Byzantium and Constantinople)

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Ithaca, New York

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Jackson, Mississippi

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Jamestown, Virginia

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Japan (general)

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Jerusalem, Israel

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Johannesburg, South Africa

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Joliet, Illinois

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Jonathon, Minnesota

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Kalamazoo, Michigan

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Kansas City, Missouri

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Kentucky (general)

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Kentucky (small towns-planning)

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Key West, Florida

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Kingston, Rhode Island

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Knoxville, Tennessee

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Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia

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L and N Railroad

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La Havre, France

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La Jolla, California

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Ladue, Missouri

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Lake Placid, New York

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Land tax

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Lansing Michigan

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Las Vegas, Nevada

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Lawrence, Massachusetts

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Leningrad, Russia

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Letchworth, England

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Litchfield Park, Arizona

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Little Rock, Arkansas

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Lincoln, Nebraska

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London, England

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Louisville/Oldham County, Kentucky

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Lucerne, Switzerland

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Luckenbach, Texas

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Lund, Sweden

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Lyons, France

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Mackinac Island, Michigan

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Madison, Indiana

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Madison, Wisconsin

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Madrid, Spain

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Maine (general)

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Malibu, California

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Mammoth Cave, Kentucky

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Manchester, New Hampshire

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Manhattan, Kansas

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Manila, Philippines

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Marblehead, Massachusetts

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Marianna, Florida

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Maricopa County, Arizona

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Marseilles, France

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Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts

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Maryland (general)

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Memphis, Tennessee

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Mexico City, Mexico

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Miami, Florida

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Milan, Italy

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Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Minneapolis, Minnesota (see also Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota)

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Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota (see also, separate files for each city)

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Mobile, Alabama

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Montclair, New Jersey

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Montgomery County, Maryland

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Morristown, New Jersey

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Mountain Lake, Florida

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Mt. Vernon, New York

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Munich, Germany

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North Carolina State University (Raleigh)

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Nagoya, Japan

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Nantucket, Massachusetts

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Nashville, Tennessee

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National Association of Neighborhoods

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Natural disasters/prevention

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Netherlands, The (general)

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New Haven, Connecticut

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New Jersey (general)

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New Orleans, Louisiana

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New Towns in England

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New York State (general)

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Norman, Oklahoma

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Norrkoping, Sweden

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North Carolina (general)

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Oak Ridge, Tennessee

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Oakland, California

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Odessa, Texas

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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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Omaha, Nebraska

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Oregon (general)

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Orlando, Florida

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Osaka, Japan

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Ottawa, Canada

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Owensboro, Kentucky

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Oxford, England

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Palm Beach, Florida

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Pan American Union Publications

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Paradise Valley, Arizona

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Paris, France

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Paris, Kentucky

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Pennsylvania (general)

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Pennsylvania State University

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Peoria, Illinois

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Peru (general)

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Phoenix, Arizona

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Pine Bluff, Arkansas

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Puerto Rico (general)

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Raleigh, North Carolina

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Ramapo, New York

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Reading, Pennsylvania

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Reston, Virginia

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Rhode Island (general)

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Richmond, Virginia

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Riverdale, California

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Riverside, California

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Rockford, Illinois

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Rochester, Maryland

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Rockville, Maryland

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Rockport, Texas

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Rome, Italy

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Rosslyn, Virginia

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Sacramento, California

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Salem, Massachusetts

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Salina, Kansas

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Salisbury

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Salzburg, Austria

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Salt Lake City, Utah

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San Antonio, Texas

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San Diego, California

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San Juan, Puerto Rico

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Sanibel, Florida

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Santa Clara, California

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Santa Cruz, California

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Santa Fe, New Mexico

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Satellite cities (general)

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Scotland (general)

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Scottsdale, Arizona

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Sea Island/St. Simmons, Georgia

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Seattle, Washington

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Singapore (general)

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Sioux City, Iowa

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Skokie, Illinois

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South America (general)

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South Bend, Indiana

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Southern California (general)

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Soviet Union (general)

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Sparta, Georgia

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Spencer, Iowa

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Spokane, Washington

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Springfield, Illinois

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Springfield, Massachusetts

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St. Charles, Maryland

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St. Louis, Missouri

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St. Paul, Minnesota (see also Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota)

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Staten Island, New York

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Stevenage, England

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Stockholm, Sweden

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Stone Mountain, Georgia

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Stuttgart, Germany

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Sweden (general)

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Sydney, Australia

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Syracuse, New York

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Tachai, China

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Tacoma, Washington

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Tampa, Florida

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Tarrytown, New York

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Taylorsville, Kentucky

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Tempe, Arizona

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Tennessee (general)

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Tocks Island, Pennsylvania

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Tokyo, Japan

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Toledo, Ohio

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Tourism

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Trenton, New Jersey

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Troy, New York

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Tucson, Arizona

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Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Turku, Finland

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Twin Cities, Minnesota

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Uruguay (general)

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Vail, Colorado

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Valdez, Alaska

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Valencia, California

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Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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Vaxjo, Sweden

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Venezuela (general)

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Venice, Italy

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Vevay, Indiana

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Victoria, B.C.

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Vidalia, Mississippi

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Vienna, Austria

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Vivekanada Rock, India

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Wales, England

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Warsaw, Poland

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(The) Washington Center for Metropolitan Studies

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Wausaw, Wisconsin

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West Chester, Pennsylvania

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West Covina, California

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Weston, Illinois

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West Palm Beach, Florida

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Wetlands (general)

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Wichita, Kansas

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Williamsburg, Virginia

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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Winston-Salem, North Carolina

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Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina

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Yugoslavia (general)

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Zurich, Switzerland

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Louisville, Kentucky

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New York City, New York

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Providence, Rhode Island

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Detroit, Michigan

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Poland (general)

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Columbus, Indiana

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Hawaii (general)

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New Haven, Connecticut

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California (general)

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Los Angeles and Southern California

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California (general)

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Los Angeles and Southern California

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Baltimore, Maryland

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Atlanta, Georgia

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Washington, D.C.

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Washington, D.C.

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Washington, D.C.

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Savannah, Georgia

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Subdivisions

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New Orleans, Louisiana

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Portland, Oregon

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Lexington, Kentucky

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Jacksonville, Florida

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Toronto, Canada

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BRP Comments

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Chicago, Illinois

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San Francisco, California

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Chicago, Illinois

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San Francisco, California

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Cincinnati, Ohio

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Indianapolis, Indiana

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Ann Arbor, Michigan (Oversized)

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Bay City, Michigan (Oversized)

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Canada (general) (Oversized)

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Columbus, Ohio (Oversized)

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Connecticut (general) (Oversized)

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Louisville, Kentucky (Oversized)

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Minneapolis (Oversized)

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Mobile, Alabama (Oversized)

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New York City (Oversized)

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Peachtree City, Georgia (Oversized)

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Portland, Oregon (Oversized)

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Roanoke, Virginia (Oversized)

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Rochester, New York (Oversized)

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San Antonio, Texas (Oversized)

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Technology (Oversized)

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Baltimore, Maryland (Oversized)

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Cape Cod, Massachusetts (Oversized)

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Columbus, Indiana (Oversized)

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Detroit, Michigan (Oversized)

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Hartford, Connecticut (Oversized)

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Kalamazoo, Michigan (Oversized)

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Los Angeles, California (Oversized)

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Oversized)

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Poland (general) (Oversized)

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Rhode Island (general) (Oversized)

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Richmond, Virginia (Oversized)

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San Diego, California (Oversized)

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San Francisco, California (Oversized)

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Santa Clara, California (Oversized)

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Oversized)

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Chicago, Illinois (Oversized)

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Manchester, New Hampshire (Oversized)

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Oversized)

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Washington, DC (Oversized)

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Boston, Massachusetts (Oversized)

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California (general) (Oversized)

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Cincinnati, Ohio (Oversized)

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Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, England (Oversized)

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New York State (general) (Oversized)

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Pennsylvania (general) (Oversized)

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Providence, Rhode Island (Oversized)

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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Oversized)

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Transportation and roads (Oversized)

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University of Kentucky (Oversized)

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Barbican, England

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Columbus, Indiana

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Coventry, England

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The Hague, Netherlands

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Harlow, England

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Honolulu, Hawaii

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Indianapolis, Indiana (2 folders)

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Little Rock, Arkansas

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London, England (2 folders)

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Lowell, Massachusetts

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Massachusetts (general)

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Memphis, Tennessee

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Mexico (general)

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Mountain Lake, Florida

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New Jersey (general)

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Portland, Oregon

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Satellite cities

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Washington, DC

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Welwyn, England

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Architecture

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Baltimore, Maryland

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Cambridge, England

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Chicago, Illinois (2 folders)

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Florida (general)

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Housing

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International Seminar on Urban Renewal

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Irvine, California

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Los Angeles, California

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Louisville, Kentucky

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Melbourne, Australia

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Mexico City, Mexico

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New Orleans, Louisiana

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New towns

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New towns in England

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Providence, Rhode Island

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San Antonio, Texas

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Scottsdale, Arizona

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Toledo, Ohio

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Valencia, California

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (2 folders)

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Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Raleigh, North Carolina

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Rhode Island - general

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Richmond, Virginia

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Automobiles

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Radical Software, No. 1-2 (1970); No. 3-4 (1971)

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The Ayalon Report

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Dallas, Texas

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Jacksonville, Florida

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London, England

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Spokane, Washington

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Washington, DC

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Maps - Great Britain

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Transportation timetables - Great Britain

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Printed material and notes - Great Britain

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American Geographical Society, Know Your America Program: Detroit, Maryland and Delaware, Hawaii…

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Atlas Historyczny Polski,

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Dagens Nyheter, Lordag, 21 September 1985

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Forum XX-5, George R. Collins: Linear Planning

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Generalplan for Stockholm, Town Planning Office of the City of Stockholm, 1952

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Habiter: revue trimestrielle editee par l'Institut national du logement, 1970: Gand demain

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Les Problemes de L'urbanisme et de l'habitation dans le cadre de la region, XXIV Congres…

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Poland: a handbook, Warsaw: Interpress Publishers, 1974

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Urbanistica, 71

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Urbanistica, 74

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Urbanisme (revue francaise), 58

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Urbs: Urbanisticki Planovi I Realizacije, Split, 1965-66

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Planning/Development/Urban Studies

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Planning/Development/Urban Studies

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Suburbia

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New Towns

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Buchanan Report (journal)

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Transportation and Roads

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Farming and Agriculture

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Architecture

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Biographies - miscellaneous.

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Reviews- Newspaper Clippings

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Book Reviews

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Bicycles

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Cities (3 folders)

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Computers

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Economics- General

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Higher Education

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Housing Issue

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Highway- Costs

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National Planning Association

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Nuclear War

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Pedestrians

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Streets and Roads

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Taxes

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Technology- General (2 folders)

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Why?

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"West Point" - Courier-Journal article (by Grady 1955)

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"The Capitol in Peril?" - McLaughlin

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D.C. Highways

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Highways- California

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Highway Access Districts

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Highways (and Expressways)

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Highways: 1963 Notes, Clippings

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Highways- Baltimore: "Concept"

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Miller- Motor Parks

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Movement: traffic

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Streets essay by Grady Clay

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Streets and movement

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Street Fury

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Turning left

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Transit-Transport (2 folders)

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Woodlands

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Montreal Expo '67

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Montreal Palace Ville Marie

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Cities and Cars- Linn Ericson

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Short Cut- GM '93

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Land: Highway Impact

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Highways - Watterson Expressway, Louisville

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Transportation Study

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Highway- Roadsides

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New York City

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Correspondence with J.M. Miller

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Norton Long

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Children

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Planning/zoning (3 folders)

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Neighborhoods (2 folders)

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Education

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Neighborhood Conservation Conference

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Why?

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Geography

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Urban Affairs

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Future

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Urban Journalism

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Environmental

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Capitalism

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Crime

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Environmental Issues

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Kaiser News

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Neighborhoods

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Population Issues

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Real Estate

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Soil Erosion

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Taxation and Land Value

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Urban Land Use

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Urban Planning

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Zoning

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Housing (3 folders)

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The Freeman (1937-39)

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Land and Freedom, vol. XLII (Nov.-Dec. 1942)

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Land and Liberty (Oct.1960-Jan. 1962)

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Why?

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Geography

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Urban Affairs

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Bibliography

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The White Collar City By: Jean Gottmann

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Delos 3 Symposium (4 folders)

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Doxiadis (DA Review, 1965-1972; Ekistics, by Constantinos A. Doxiadis; Speeches; Clippings)

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Ekistics (ATI-ACE)

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Names: Vol. and #: 34.3, 35.1-4, 36.1-4, 37.1-3, 38.1-4, 39.1-4, 40.1-3, 41.1-3, 42.1-4, 43.2-4, 44…

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American Society of Geolinguistics: Year 1988-91, 1994

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MASS: Journal of the School of Architecture and Planning, University of New Mexico, Fall 1986, Fall…

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Harvard University Program on Technology and Society, Research Reviews, No. 1, 3-8, 1968-1971

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Highway Research Board, Roadside Development, 1955-1957, 1960

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Access: research at the University of California Transportation Center, Fall 1992-Spring 1999…

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Environmental Planning Quarterly, Vol. 3, 4, 6-12.

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Inquiry Magazine, (Cato Institute), vol. 4, #18, October 19, 1981

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Rasp! Magazine, #38, 1996

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Short Course in Roadside Development (program), Ohio State University and Ohio Department of…

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Correspondence, 1958-1987

Series II, Correspondence, 1958-1987, is arranged chronologically and includes both incoming and outgoing letters. The correspondence is professional in nature, and deals with a myriad of interests and concerns, including historic preservation, urban renewal, and Louisville area projects.

Correspondence- Original and Response

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Correspondence- To Grady Clay

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Correspondence- From Grady Clay

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Correspondence- 3rd Person

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Correspondence, 1958-1987

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Clay's literary production, 1950-1987

Series III, Clay's literary production, 1950-1987 is made up of twenty-nine folders of material arranged chronologically, including articles, speeches, and books. The topics covered include water management, urban planning, historical interpretation and other related subjects. The collection contains a rough draft of Clay's book Closeup: How to Read the American City, a copy of Alleys: A Hidden Resource, and a copy of This Is the Place: Louisville.

Articles by Grady

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Notes by Grady

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Personal writings by Grady

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Building Editor, Courier Journal, 1958-1966

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Writings, 1950-1957

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Writings, 1958

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Writings, 1959

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Writings, 1960

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Writings, 1961

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Writings, 1962

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Writings, 1963

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Writings, 1964

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Writings, 1965

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Writings, 1966

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Writings, 1968

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Writings, 1969

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Writings, 1970

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Writings, 1971

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Writings, 1972

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Writings, 1974

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Manuscript - Close-up: How to Read the American City, 1974

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Manuscript - Close-up: How to Read the American City, 1974

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Manuscript - Close-up: How to Read the American City, 1974

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Writings, 1976

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Writings, 1977

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Writings, 1978

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Writings, 1979

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Writings, 1980-1984

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Articles about Grady Clay

Series IV, Articles about Grady Clay, consists of two folders of press releases and biographical articles, reporting on Clay's career movements and promotions and describing his activities and his impact on many varied projects. Projects of note include his television production Unknown Places: Exploring the Obvious for Kentucky Educational Television, his directorship of the judging of the Vietnam memorial in Washington D.C., and his work on the Kingsmill project in Virginia.

Articles about Grady Clay

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Articles about Grady Clay

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Projects and reference files

Series V, Projects and reference files, concerns projects initiated by or participated in by Clay and includes much background and research material. The twenty-seven folders containing clippings, notes, pamphlets, reports, blueprints, and correspondence are arranged alphabetically.

Anchorage, Kentucky

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Appalachian interests

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Biographical information and lists of people

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Building Research Institute

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Cincinnati, October 1976

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Congressional Record, January 1971

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Consulting activities

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Course outlines

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Education - Louisville

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Farmington and Locust Grove

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Farnsley

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Harvard and Harvard Business School Club in Kentucky, 1955-1962

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Historic Louisville

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History of Louisville

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Indiana - Louisville metro

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Indiana - Louisville metro

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The Kentucky Report, 1955-1957

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Landmarks

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Louisville parks

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Louisville utilities

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Louisville Water Company

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Louisville Zoo

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Miscellaneous notes and articles

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Photographs

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Polzer

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Preservation

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Real estate and building

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School sites

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Seery copy

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Trailers - Louisville

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Veterans Administration Hospital, Louisville

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Whitacker, L.C.

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