Early Urban Planning: 1870 - 1940 Richard LeGates Urban Studies Program, SFSU .


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Early Urban Planning: 1870 - 1940 Richard LeGates Urban Studies Program, SFSU. Books in the Series. Ebenezer Howard, Garden Cities of Tomorrow Charles Mulford Robinson, Modern Civic Art Patrick Geddes, Cities in Evolution Nelson P. Lewis, Planning the Modern City
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Early Urban Planning: 1870 - 1940 Richard LeGates Urban Studies Program, SFSU

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Books in the Series Ebenezer Howard, Garden Cities of Tomorrow Charles Mulford Robinson, Modern Civic Art Patrick Geddes, Cities in Evolution Nelson P. Lewis, Planning the Modern City John Nolen, New Towns for Old Clarence Perry, The Neighborhood Unit Patrick Abercrombie, Town and Country Planning Thomas Addams Outline of Town and City Planning

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Other Selections Frederick Law Olmsted, Public Parks and the Enlargement of Towns Alberto Soria y Mata, The Linear City A.D. Sanderson Furniss & Marion Phillips, The Working Woman\'s House Catherine Bauer, Modern Housing Rexford Tugwell, The Fourth Power … And 10 different determinations

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Major Themes in Early Planning Thought The Municipal Health Movement The Parks Movement The Linear City The City Beautiful Movement The Garden City Movement Early Regional Planning Women and Housing Policy Depression and Wartime National Planning

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The Municipal Health Movement Sanitary Conditions of mid-nineteenth Century Cities Air and Water Pollution Cemetaries Tenement Living Richardson\'s Hygeia M.D. as City Planner End of apartments and basements Control of smoke Water quality

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Benjamin Clark Marsh and the Split between Planning, Housing, and Social Services Benjamin Clark Marsh The "Blockage Movement" The first National Conference on Planning & Congestion (1909) The Split between organizers, housers, and settlement house specialists

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Frederic Law Olmsted And The Parks Movement Frederick Law Olmsted\'s Vision Mixed use Dampening class struggle Family & religious qualities Central Park (New York) Olmsted\'s effect

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The Linear City Movement

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Fundamental Features of the "Ciudad Lineal" The Impact of Technology on Urban Form Soria y Mata\'s Vision Actual Linear Cities

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Daniel Burnham and The City Beautiful Movement Daniel Burnham The 1893 Chicago Exposition The S.F. Arrangement (1905) The Chicago Plan (1909) Burnham the Propogandist

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Ebenezer Howard and the Garden City Movement

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The Garden Cities Movement Ebenezer Howard The Three Magnets The Garden Cities Vision Regionalism Physical Form Economics The Garden Cities Vision: Economics Letchworth

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The Garden City Physical Form

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Garden Cities in Europe & America Raymond Unwin: Implementer & Corruptor of The Garden City Movement Radburn, New Jersey The U.S. Greenbelt Cities Program The Garden City Movement Worldwide

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Women and Housing In Europe The Impact of WW I on British Housing & Housing Policy A.D. Sanderson Furniss and Marion Phillips Housing Program for Working Women "Cutting edge Housing" in Europe Catherine Bauer visits Europe...

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Catherine Bauer and the Origins of American Housing Policy Catherine Bauer Modern Housing Come to America Bauer\'s Impact A revisionist perspective of Catherine Bauer

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Patrick Geddes, Regional Planning and Design with Nature Patrick Geddes thoughts on Regional Planning The Origins of Sustainable Urban Development Louis Mumford and Geddes

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Rexford Tugwell and "The Fourth Power" In National Planning "Red Rex" Tugwell and the New Deal The "Fourth Power" talk about The disappointment of National Planning in America

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Wartime and Post-War British Planning: Abercrombie Patrick Abercrombie The Barlow Commission and WW II The Plan for Greater London and Britain\'s New Towns Program

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Old Wine in New Bottles? From Municipal Health to Environmental Justice From the Linear City Transit Oriented Development The Enduring City Beautiful Garden Cities for Today Geddes & Mumford: Design with Nature and the New Regionalism Post-Modern Housing and the New Urbanism Devolution and The Non-existent Fourth Power

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