2 edition of City planning at Yale found in the catalog.
City planning at Yale
by Graduate Program in City Planning, Dept. of Architecture, Yale University in New Haven
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Christopher Tunnard and John N. Pearce|
|Contributions||Pearce, John N, Yale University. Graduate Program in City Planning|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||55014057|
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Project Planning Guide This guide serves as a basic orientation for those in the Yale University Library who are planning a project where the work described requires resources (staff, space, funds, etc.) beyond what the proposing unit can provide thus demonstrating either a dependency or an impact on another library unit OR the work is funded. Elizabeth Barlow Rogers opens with a quick survey of her early life–a middle-class upbringing in Texas; college at Wellesley, marriage, a master’s degree in city planning at Yale. And then her move to New York, where she starts a family and, when she finds being a mother and a housewife is not enough, pours herself into the protection and.
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City planning at Yale. New Haven, Graduate Program in City Planning, Dept. of Architecture, Yale University, (OCoLC) Online version: Tunnard, Christopher.
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