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Index Ackerman, Frederick, 47, 177n40; director of design, Emergency Fleet Corporation, 33 Adamson, Paul, 43 Addams, Jane, 20, 173n51; and organized play, 12; and settlement work, 10–11 affordable housing, 34, 105, 109, 119–21, 147– 50, 157–58; Mount Laurel court decisions, 148; in New Orleans, 154–55, 210n67 Ahlbrandt, Roger, 60–61, 68, 75 Alexander, William, 51, 181n23 American Council to Improve Our Neighborhoods (ACTION), 104 American Federation of Full Fashioned Hosiery Workers, 135–36 American Institute of Architects, 66 American Institute of Planners, 45, 47 American Planning Association, 146 American Scenic Preservation Society, 16 Annie E. Casey Foundation, 148 Anthony, Carl, 153 Archer, John, 160–61 architectural determinism, 131, 141, 160–61, 205n21 Arts and Crafts movement, 27 Atterbury, Grosvenor, 29–31 Augur, Tracy, 47, 74 automobile: effects of, 43, 53, 55, 94, 114–15; restrictions, 116, 121; traffic, 35, 51, 55, 79–81 Baltimore: Bureau of Housing, 97; Charles Center urban renewal project, 104; empowerment zone, 112; Fight Blight campaign , 100–101, 103, 111; Greater Baltimore Committee, 102, 104; housing code enforcement , 97, 187n68; Housing Council, 96; hygiene of housing ordinance, 96; Inner Harbor, 89, 106; Real Estate Board, 99–100; redevelopment, 96; SandtownPAGE 215 Winchester neighborhood revitalization, 107–8, 111–12; shopping facilities, 90, 92 Baltimore Plan, 97–101, 103 Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development (BUILD), 111–12 Barbour, Haley, 128 Barnett, Jonathan, 162 Bartholomew, Harland, 71–72 Bauer, Catherine, 2, 75, 137; Modern Housing (1934), 135; and public housing, 66, 68, 135– 36, 139 Beauregard, Robert, 164 Bellamy, Edward, 23, Looking Backward (1888), 24–25 Belmont, Steve, 146, 200n30, 202n58, 208n39 Benjamin, Walter, 163 Biloxi, Miss., 128–30 Birch, Eugenie, 161, 204n15 blight, 60, 65, 69–70, 72, 74, 96–97, 100 Bloom, Nicholas Dagan, 192n1, 205n24 Bogart, Michele, 15 Bohl, Charles, 161, 199n7 Bond, Julian, 149 Borchert, James, 151–52 Boston: building regulations, 9; downtown revitalization, 90; East End neighborhood, 150; organized play movement, 12; public housing, 141 Boulter, Robert, 109–10 Boyer, M. Christine, 7 Boyer, Paul, 17 Brain, David, 115, 125–27, 163, 165; and postHurricane Katrina reconstruction, 128 Breckenfeld, Gurney, 80, 91, 101, 192n5 Bridgeport, Conn., wartime housing, 31 Broadway Plaza shopping center (Los Angeles), 93–94 Brodie, Jay, 107 ................. 17669$ INDX 02-23-10 13:51:44 PS 216 Index Brooklyn, N.Y., housing reform, 9 Brooks, David, 127 Buckingham, James Silk, 24 Buffalo, N.Y.: building regulations, 9; retail sales, 81 building code enforcement, 103 building regulations, 9 Burgess, Ernest W., 63 Burlington Mall (London), 84 Burnham, Daniel, 17, 29 Burnstein, Daniel, 11 Bush, George W., 127, 154 Calthorpe, Peter, 121–23, 126, 129, 198n1 Camden, N.J.: Area Opportunity Project, 148; Cramer Hill neighborhood, 146; Housing Authority, 144; municipal recovery legislation , 145–48, 158; NAACP, 143; and New Urbanist principles for Bergen Square neighborhood, 147; public housing, 143–45; redevelopment, 146–47; Yorkship Village housing development, 31–32, 129 Cameron, Ardis, 20 Carl Mackley Houses (Philadelphia), 68, 135– 36, 143, 213n23 Carpenter, Daniel, 75 Carpenter, Niles, 68 Celebration, Fla., 119–20 central business districts, 80 Charities and the Commons, 10 Cherry Hill, N.J., mall, 81, 90–91, 105, 211n11 Chicago: building regulations, 9; civic center, 17; Gautreaux court decision requiring dispersal of public housing residents, 145; Housing Authority, 138; municipal ownership , 20; 1909 plan, 17; parks, 17; Plan for Transformation, 145; Planning Commission , 88; play space, 12; public housing, 138, 145, 209n56 Chicago School of Sociology, 181n35 child play, 12–14, 28, 52–54, 62–63, 79, 151; in public housing, 138, 143–44 Children’s Bureau, 20–22 Church of the Saviour (Washington), 108 Cincinnati, building regulations, 9 Cisneros, Henry, 123 Citizens Planning and Housing Association (CPHA), 96–98, 102, 107, 112 citizenship and design, 116 The City (film, 1939), 36–37, 42, 45–59 PAGE 216 City Beautiful movement, 5, 14, 62 City Housing Corporation (New York), 33, 35–36, 185n29 civic art, 5, 15–16, 27 civic centers, 27, 62–63 Civic Films, 46 civic regeneration, 1–3, 9, 12, 20 civil rights movement, 4 civility, 123, 126, 163, 165 Cleveland: building regulations, 9; civic structures, 17; shopping facilities, 92 Cohen, Lizabeth, 171n25, 188n1, 211n11 Cole, Albert, 102 Colean, Miles, 101–3 Columbia, Md., 45, 91, 95, 105–7, 111, 165 Columbus, Ohio, shopping facilities, 79 Committee on Congestion of Population (New York City), 18 The Commons (Trenton, N.J.), 94 communitarian values, 26, 39, 125, 206n28 Community Builders Council, 80 community center movement, 8, 61, 70 community organizing, 4, 149 comprehensive city...

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2012-01-01
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