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B I B LI OG RA PHY 293 Abbott, Carl. “Five Strategies for Downtown: Policy Discourse and Planning since 1943.” Journal of Policy History 5 (1993): 5–27. Abbott, Hunley. “Low Cost Off-Street Parking.” Architectural Concrete 4 (January 1938): 6–8. ———. “Metropolitan Store Parking.” Architectural Concrete 7 (1941): 32–34. ———. “The Store Building: Its Modernization through the Years.” In Twenty-Five Years of Retailing. New York: National Retail Dry Goods Association, 1936. Abercrombie, Patrick. Greater London Plan 1944. London: HM Stationery Office, 1945. Abercrombie, Stanley. George Nelson: The Design of Modern Design. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1994. Adams, Frederick J. “A Planning Program for the City of Rye.” Rye, N.Y., September 1, 1943. Adams, Frederick J., and Edward J. Langloh. A Master Plan and Capital Outlay Program for the City of Rye. Rye, N.Y.: City of Rye, March 28, 1945. Adams, Frederick J., Svend Riemer, Reginald Isaacs, Robert B. Mitchell, and Gerald Breese. “The Neighborhood Concept in Theory and Application.” Journal of Land Economics 25 (February 1949): 67–88. Adams, Rayne. “Recent European Architecture.” Architectural Forum 50 (January 1929): 41–52. Adams, Thomas. The Building of the City, vol. 2 of Regional Plan of New York and Its Environs. New York: Regional Plan of New York and Its Environs, 1931. ———. The Design of Residential Areas: Basic Considerations, Principles, and Methods. Cambridge , Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1934. ———. “Fitting Streets to Buildings.” In The Building of the City, vol. 2, 275–324. New York: Regional Plan of New York and Its Environs, 1931. “The Adler Shoe Store, New York City.” Architecture 46 (July 1922): 226. Adorno, Theodor W. Minima Moralia: Reflections from Damaged Life. Translated by E. F. N. Jephcott. London: Verso, 1974. Agnew, Jean-Christophe. “Coming Up for Air: Consumer Culture in Historical Perspective.” In Consumer Society in American History, edited by Lawrence Glickman, 373–98. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1999. “Airport Design and Construction.” Architectural Record 65 (May 1929): 490–515. Albrecht, Donald, ed. World War II and the American Dream: How Wartime Building Changed a Nation. Washington, D.C.: National Building Museum and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1995. Alfred Farwell Bemis Foundation. Housing: A National Security Resource; A Conference and Exhibition, Held January 19 and 20, 1951, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Cambridge, Mass.: N.p., 1951. Alofsin, Anthony. “Broadacre City: The Reception of a Modernist Vision, 1932–1988.” Center 5 (1989): 5–43. Alsop, Joseph, and Stewart Alsop. “Your Flesh Should Creep.” Saturday Evening Post, July 13, 1946, 9, 47–50. American Architect. Time-Saver Standards: A Desk Manual of Architectural Practice. New York: American Architect, 1935. American Automobile Association, Traffic Engineering and Safety Department. Parking Manual . Washington, D.C.: American Automobile Association, 1946. American Institute of Architects. Civil Defense: The Architect’s Part. Washington, D.C.: American Institute of Architects, 1951. ———. Defense Measures in Hospitals. Washington, D.C.: American Institute of Architects, 1953. ———. Defense Measures in Industrial Plants. Washington, D.C.: American Institute of Architects , 1952. ———. Defense Measures in Multistory Buildings. Washington, D.C.: American Institute of Architects, 1951. ———. Defense Measures in Schools. Washington, D.C.: American Institute of Architects, 1953. ———. National Community Fallout Shelter Design Competition Awards. Washington, D.C.: American Institute of Architects, 1964. “Anticipating Problems of Postwar Traffic: Suggestions for Handling the Return of Congestion .” Regional Plan Bulletin 61 (August 27, 1943). Appelbaum, Stanley, ed. The New York World’s Fair. New York: Dover, 1977. “The Arcade Front.” Apparel Arts (June 1940). Archer, John. Architecture and Suburbia: From English Villa to American Dream House, 1690– 2000. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2005. “Architect Designs a Space House for Modernage Furniture Company.” House & Garden, December 1933, 8–10. “The Architect in Search of . . .” Architectural Record 81 (February 1937): 1. “Architect Says Suburb Center Can Aid Loop.” Minneapolis Morning Tribune, June 18, 1952, 12. “Architecture and Sculpture.” Arts & Architecture, May 1955, 21. “The Architecture of the Small Shop, Part I.” Architectural Forum 43 (February 1925): 97–120. “The Architecture of the Small Shop, Part II.” Architectural Forum 43 (August 1925): 97–112. “Artek Exposed.” Interiors 102 (August 1942): 58–59. “Artek-Pascoe Furniture Shop, New York City.” Architectural Forum 77 (August 1942): 86–88. Associated Universities, Inc. Project East River, 10 vols. New York: Associated Universities, Inc., 1952–53. “Atom City.” Architectural Forum 83 (October 1945): 103–17. Augenfeld, Felix. “Modern Austria: Personalities and Style.” Architectural Review 83 (April 1938): 165–74. 294 BIBLIOGRAPHY Augur, Tracy B. “Decentralization: Blessing or Tragedy?” In Planning 1948: Proceedings of the Annual National Planning Conference. Chicago: American...


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