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Harvard City Planning Studies 18

A Library Classification for City and Regional Planning

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ISBN 9780674423381

Publication Date: 01/01/1973

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The myriad developments in city and regional planning over the last sixty years are reflected in this revision of the 1913 publication, City Planning: A Comprehensive Analysis of the Subject Arranged for the Classification of Books, Plans, Photographs, Notes, and Other Collected Material with Alphabetic Subject Index. Caroline Shillaber, who is Librarian of the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, also includes in this volume a revision of the 1937 publication State and National Planning by Arthur C. Comey and Katherine McNamara. The major additions include techniques of urban analysis using computers and mathematical models, technological developments, and concepts of urban design and planning and the interrelation of areas with the total environment.

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