City Residential Land Development; Studies in Planning; Competitive Plans for Subdividing A Typical Quarter Section of Land in the Outskirts of Chicago, Ed. by Alfred B. Yeomans

City Residential Land Development; Studies in Planning; Competitive Plans for Subdividing A Typical Quarter Section of Land in the Outskirts of Chicago, Ed. by Alfred B. Yeomans

Book - 1916
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Publisher: Chicago, Ill., The University of Chicago Press 1916
Characteristics: 5p. ., 138p., 1 . illus. (part col.)
Additional Contributors: City Club of Chicago

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