1. Harrisburg, the City Beautiful: Recasting the History of Urban Reform in a Small American Capital
  2. David Pettegrew, James B. LaGrand
  3. pp. 1-10
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  1. Understanding Urban Progressivism and the City Beautiful Movement
  2. James B. LaGrand
  3. pp. 11-21
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  1. The Digital Harrisburg Project: Placing the Population of a Progressive Era City
  2. David Pettegrew, Albert Sarvis
  3. pp. 22-44
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  1. Mapping Urban Change in Harrisburg, 1900–1930
  2. Albert Sarvis
  3. pp. 45-65
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  1. The Greek Communities of Harrisburg and Lancaster: A Study of Immigration, Residence, and Mobility in the City Beautiful Era
  2. Kostis Kourelis, David Pettegrew
  3. pp. 66-91
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  1. Before the City Was Beautiful
  2. Michael Barton
  3. pp. 92-96
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  1. Faith in Beauty and Progress: Temple Beth El
  2. Matthew Frederick Singer
  3. pp. 97-107
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  1. Mira Lloyd Dock and the City Beautiful Campaign
  2. Susan Rimby
  3. pp. 108-112
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  1. "The Crusade Against Ugliness": J. Horace McFarland and Photography
  2. Linda A. Ries
  3. pp. 113-121
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  1. Friends of Reform: The Correspondence of J. Horace McFarland and Mira Lloyd Dock
  2. Molly Elspas, Anna Strange
  3. pp. 122-128
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  1. "Charms Which No Other Ground Possesses": Wildwood Park in Harrisburg's City Beautiful Movement
  2. Joseph R. McClure
  3. pp. 129-135
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  1. Bellevue Park: The Suburb Beautiful and Enduring
  2. Matthew Frederick Singer
  3. pp. 136-147
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  1. The 1918 Influenza Outbreak in Harrisburg
  2. Sarah Wilson Carter
  3. pp. 148-154
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  1. The Brunner Plan for the Harrisburg Capitol Complex
  2. Samuel D. Gruber
  3. pp. 155-163
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  1. History and Memory of the Old Eighth Ward
  2. Rachel Williams
  3. pp. 164-178
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  1. The Trek Uptown: The Migration of Harrisburg's Jewish Community in the Early Twentieth Century
  2. Bruce S. Bazelon
  3. pp. 179-191
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  1. Reimagining Harrisburg's Old Eighth Ward Through Poetry
  2. Jean Thompson Corey
  3. pp. 192-202
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  1. Look Up, Look Out: Discrepant Stories from the Old Eighth Ward
  2. Andrew Dyrli Hermeling
  3. pp. 203-211
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  1. Harrisburg's Historic African American Community: An Interview With Calobe Jackson Jr.
  2. James B. LaGrand, David Pettegrew
  3. pp. 212-224
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  1. The Commonwealth Memorial: A New Sculpture for the Capitol Grounds
  2. Becky Ault
  3. pp. 225-232
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  1. Reframing, Rethinking, and Remembering: Considering the Digital Harrisburg Project
  2. Lisa Krissoff Boehm
  3. pp. 233-242
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