Main Street Revisited: Time, Space, and Image Building in Small-Town America

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Main Street has come to symbolize a place of honest aspirations and few pretenses, a place where economics, community pride, and entertainment generate an intuitive appreciation of the small town as a vital part of the American experience. As an archetype for an entire class of places, Main Street has become one of America's most popular and idealized images. In Main Street Revisited, the first book to place the design of small downtowns in spatial and chronological context, Richard Francaviglia finds the sources of ...

Main Street Revisited Time, Space, and Image Building in Small-Town America 1996, University of Iowa Press

ISBN-13: 9780877455431

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Main Street Revisited: Time, Space, and Image Building in Small-Town America 1996, University of Iowa Press

ISBN-13: 9780877455424

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