New Towns for Old: Achievements in Civic Improvement in Some American Small Towns and Neighborhoods

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John Nolen (1869-1937) was a pioneer in the development of professional town and city planning in the United States. Nolen's comprehensive approach merged the social, economic, and physical aspects of planning while emphasizing, in the author's words, versatility, special knowledge, and cooperation. Between 1905 and 1937, Nolen's firm, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, completed more than 450 commissions throughout the United States. Among the best known of these is Mariemont, Ohio, whose development Nolen directed from ...

New Towns for Old: Achievements in Civic Improvement in Some American Small Towns and Neighborhoods 2005, University of Massachusetts Press

ISBN-13: 9781558494800

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