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Publications and Speeches [subseries]:
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Copy for chapter in Open Space Book
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Citizen?s Guide for Historic Conservation.
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Letter re: publication of Urban Problems and Techniques 2.
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Chapter on Washington for the book, World Capitals.
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Chapter in The New City.
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"The History of Planned New Towns in the United States."
  6  
Reference in The Courant Magazine, September 21, 1969, to Feiss having written the Introduction to Portrait of Essex by Marie Moore.
  6  
"With Heritage So Rich," documents and correspondence of Special Committee on Historic Preservation.
  6  
Correspondence with Frederic R. Stevenson, much re: publication of Our Heritage of Planned Communities.
  7  
"Colorado State Planning and Zoning Acts."
  7  
"Denver Municipal Year Book."
  7  
"The Planned Community: A North American Heritage," with Frederick Stevenson; drafts, photographs, maps, research resources, correspondence.
  7  
"America?s Proudest Architectural Achievements of the Past 200 Years," AIA Journal
  7  
[The World Future Society]
  7  
[Article for The Louisville Times]
  7  
"The Training and Planning and Zoning Officials," draft of speech.
  7  
"What do We do Next for Florida?" draft; The News and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina, report of a speech by Feiss.
  7  
"It's What's Inside That Counts," Preservation News.
  7  
"Establishment of a National Land Use Policy" and related materials.
  7  
"Regional Planning" and related materials.
  7  
"Review," Aspen/Dreams and Dilemmas in Historic Perservation
  7  
"Random Meditation of the Inderdisciplinary Man in the Modern World."
  7  
"The Demise of the Grand Rapids City Hall," The Law in Preservation Issues.
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Summary of remarks on the National Trust for Historic Preservation at the Second Annual Indiana Conference on Historic Preservation.
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"Art and Wasteland," Art and Education.
  7  
"The Architect, the Environment and the World," speech for UIA Town Planning Commission.
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"The Urban Growth and New Community Development Act of 1970."
  7  
"Testimony on S.3354, National Land Use Policy before the Senate Interior and Isular Affairs Committee.
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"An Agenda for Action."
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"Build Utopia Now," unpublished article with correspondence.
  7  
"The Role of the State in Environmental Design." Environmental Design Legislation for States.
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"Carl Feiss in Conversation with Professor Arthur Ling," Journal of the Town Planning Institute.
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"The Heritage of the Past in the City of Tomorrow," UIA Review of the International Union of Architects.
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People and Planning. Report of the Committee on Public Participation in Planning, Ministry of Housing and Local Government. Feiss is listed as a person who gave assistance to Skeffington Committee, but there is no indication of what his contribution was.
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"True or False: Living Architecture, Old and New," Historic Preservation.
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Testimony on Urban Highways before the Senate Committee on Public Works, Subcommittee on Roads, with correspondence and clippings.
  7  
"Taking Stock: A Resume of Planning Accomplishments in the United States," Environment and Change: The Next Fifty Years.
  7  
AIP Newsletter. Report on the 50th Anniversary program with a picture of Feiss.
  7  
Town and Country Planning.
  7  
"USA: New Communities?or Their Simulacrum," Town and Country Planning.
  7  
"Survey, Evaluation and Registration," Historic Preservation Tomorrow.
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Speech, Connecticut Society of Architects.
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"Outer Skins and Contact Environments," AIA Journal. Also text for speech on the same subject.
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"Red Light, Green Light," Symposium on Urban Development, McMasters University.
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"Let's Pick Up Some Bricks and Make Music," Virginia Bearing Wall Conference.
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"New Towns?An American Tradition," American Builder Magazine.
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"The Responsibility of State Government for Good Urban Design," Commission to Study the Necessity and Feasibility of Metropolitan Government; report, drafts and correspondence.
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Book review for AIA Journal, August 1965. Reps, The Making of Urban America.
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"The Architecture of Civilization," address to AIA Convention, Washington, D.C., June 17, 1965.
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"Urban Waters," address to White House Conference on Natural Beauty, May 24, 1965.
  8  
Book review for AIA Journal, May 1965. Appleyard, Lynch and Myer, The View From the Road. And reply by authors.
  8  
Book review for The National Trust, May/June 1965. Reps, The Making of Urban America.
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"Agenda for Fifty Years," address to Pacific Southwest Council American Society of Civil Engineers, April 20, 1965.
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"Planning the Well-Designed City," The First Annual Peter B. Andrews Memorial Lecture, Syracuse University, March 11, 1965.
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"Progress and Poverty," article in Law and Contemporary Problems: Urban Problems and Prospects, Winter 1965.
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Copy for chapter in Open Space Book
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Book review. Chermayeff and Alexander, Community and Privacy.
  8  
"Planning Theory and Practice in the United States," for Mr. L. Virgili, November 12, 1964.
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"Coordination with Community Master Plans: The Eight R's of Modernization," address to Building Research Institute 1964 Fall Conference: "Modernization of Buildings."
  8  
Book review. Lubove, The Progressives and the Slums.
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Book review for AIA Journal, November 1964. Osborn and Whittick, The New Towns: The Answer to Megalopolis.
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"Little View into a Big World," article in AIP Journal, June 9, 1964.
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"An Introduction to the Preservation of Historic Areas in the United States of America," a paper for the International Federation for Housing and Planning Standing Committee of "Historic Urban Areas," Venice, May 22-24, 1964.
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"The City as a Vehicle of Faith," article in The Washington Seminar, March 2-3, 1964.
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"The Design of the Second United States," keynote address for 33rd Annual Meeting of the National Housing Conference, Washington, D.C., February 23-25, 1964.
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"The Voice of the City," address to The Friends of the University Library, The University of Miami, January 31, 1964.
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"The Preservation of America's Heritage in Historic Buildings and Communities," address to Society for the Preservation of Landmarks in Western New York, Inc., January 13, 1964.
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"Unwin's American Journeys," two part article in Town and Country Planning, November and December 1963. "America's Debt to Sir Raymond Unwin," article in Journal of the Town Planning Institute, November 1963.
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Book reviews for Progressive Architecture, August 1963. Morton and Lucia White, The Intellectual Versus the City. Gutking, The Twilight of the Cities.
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Response to "Urban Renewal: Sheep in Wolf's Clothing?" by Barbara Snow in Antiques, March 1963.
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"What is the Citizen's Role in Community Planning?" address to The Objectives of Planning Better Cities for North Carolina Conference, January 15, 1963.
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ASPO Index to Proceedings of National Planning Conferences, October 1962.
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Book reviews for Journal of the American Institute of Planners. Ed. Rodwin, The Future Metropolis. Ed. Perloff, Planning and the Urban Context.
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"The Coast of Baltimore," article in Architects' Report, Summer 1962.
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"Criteria for Historic District Selection," address to The Connecticut Historic District Conference, March 12, 1962.
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"Design in the Urban World: The Meaning of Development Plans," an address before the Annual Meeting of the San Francisco Planning and Urban Renewal Association, January 17, 1962.
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"Community Architecture: An Appeal to Action," pamphlet for AIA.
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"Planning Absorbs Zoning," article in The Journal of the American Institute of Planning, May 1961.
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"The Dramatic Experiment in Architectural and Planning Education," article in AIA Journal, March 1961.
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"Zoning Revisited," January 16, 1961.
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"'Downtown' Redevelopment," November 2, 1960.
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"CIBOLA or The Search for Splendid Cities in the West," address to the Ninth Annual Conference Western Mountain Districts American Institute of Architects, October 27, 1960.
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Feiss Seminar on Urban Development at Church and Society, October 24, 1960.
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"New Towns for America," article in Town and Country Planning, July 1960.
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"The Forest City Revisited," address to the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce, February 16, 1960.
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"Central Business Districts," Lexington, Kentucky, May 1959.
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"Filosofia y Objetivos de la Renovacion Urbana," address to Centro Interamericano de Vivienda y Planeamiento, October 1958.
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"Statement of Carl Feiss Planning and Urban Renewal Consultant Before the Joint Committee on Washington Metropolitan Area Problems," for the Investigation of Status and Prospects for the Mass Transportation Survey, June 10, 1958.
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"The Future of the Past in Our Cities: A Report for the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Missouri Historical Society," April 24, 1958.
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"Introduction of and Address by Carl Feiss," article in Journal of Architectural Education, Spring 1958.
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Work from Neighborhood Goal in a Rapidly Changing World: Action-Research Workshop, National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers, New York, February 13-15, 1958.
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"Home Builders?Community Builders!" Address at the meeting "Highways, Houses and the Suburbs," January 20, 1958.
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Metropolitan Regionalism in Florida. Eds. Paul Douglass, Ruth Smith, Franklin Albert and Carl Feiss, 1958.
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"The Planned Control of Social Change," address to the Health and Welfare Council of the National Capital Area, December 5, 1957.
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"Highways and Land Use: Myths and Mysteries of the Master Plan," address to The New Highways: Challenge to the Metropolitan Region Symposium, Hartford, Connecticut, September 9-12, 1957.
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"Space for Our Congested Cities," article in Town and Country Planning, September 1957.
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"'And We Rebuild Our Cities, Not Dream of Islands,'" address to Centennial Celebration of the American Institute of Architects, Washington, D.C., May 16, 1957.
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"A Critical View of the Cultural and Social Climate for the Training of Architecture, Now and in the Future," address to the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, Washington, D.C., Ma 12, 1957.
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Cover feature on Carl Feiss Washington Building Congress Bulletin, January 1957.
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"The Development of Washington," A Guide to Washington Architecture, prepared by a Committee of the Washington-Metropolitan Chapter American Institute of Architects, 1957.
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"Historic Town Keeping," article in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, December 1956.
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"City Renewal in Action," article in Community Planning Review, December 1956. "City Renewal in Action," address to the National Planning Conference, Ottawa, Canada, October 29, 1956.
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"What Kind of Washington Do We Want?" An address to the Workshop on Planning and Zoning for the Federal City League of Women Voters for the District of Columbia, November 28, 1956.
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"Who Does What In Urban Renewal?" November 1956.
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"The Architecture of Redevelopment in U.S.A." article in Progressive Architecture, August 1956.
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"Urban Development Policy, Planning, and Programming Related to Transportation," a prospectus for a comprehensive research project, April 10, 1956.
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Book review for Town and Country Planning, April 1956. Robson, Great Cities of the World: Their Government, Politics and Planning.
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"Washington," Architectural Forum, January 1956. Feiss is one of two consultants of Jane Jacobs article.
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"The Architecture and Design of Urban Renewal," a discussion for the seminar "Rebuilding the City" at the American Institute of Architects' 87th Convention, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 21, 1955.
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Special reprint from Architectural Forum, June 1955. "How to rebuild our cities downtown?a Round Table report."
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"Space For Our Congested Cities," an address to the National Citizen's Conference on Parks and Open Spaces, Washington, D.C., May 24, 1955.
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"New Towns in the United States," article in Town and Country Planning, January 1955.
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"The Architecture of Lafayette Square."
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"Some Techniques of Urban Renewal and Redevelopment in the United States of America," address to the 5th meeting of the Inter-American Congress of Municipalities, Puerto Rico, December 1, 1954.
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"The Role of the Citizen in Urban Renewal," an address to the American Planning and Civic Association, Columbus, Ohio, May 18, 1954.
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"Crisis in Planning."
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"Housing in Urban Environment," address to the Golden Anniversary White House Conference on Children and Youth.
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A Four-Point Program for the Neglected Urban Areas of the United States: Slum Clearance and Rehousing.
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"Something About Architecture," article in Journal, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, September 1953
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"The Physical Rebuilding of Communities and Social Welfare Planning," address to the 80th Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Social Work, Cleveland, Ohio, June 2, 1953.
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"Churches and Community Planning," address to the National Conference on Church Extension of the National Council of the Churches of Christ at the Robert Morse Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 4, 1953.
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"Something About Architecture," address to the Convention of the Ontario Associates of Architects, Toronto, Canada, January 16, 1953.
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"Planning Is Essential," address to the Joint meeting sponsored by Municipal Attorneys, Building Officials, Planning Board Officials and Housing Authorities Officials in conjunction with the 37th Annual Conference of the New Jersey State League of Municipalities at Atlantic City, November 20, 1952.
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"Schools and Their Relationship to Urban Planning," address to the 1952 Regional Conference of the South Atlantic District of the American Institute of Architects, Atlanta, Georgia, September 19, 1952. Two photographs of "1st demolition, Lake Meadows Project, Chicago, 1952."
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"Progress Report on Urban Redevelopment," address to the Annual Convention of the American Institute of Planners, Baltimore, Maryland, April 24, 1952.
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"Design Aspects of Urban Redevelopment," address to the Conference on City Planning at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, April 23, 1952.
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"The Role of the Architect in Urban Redevelopment," address to the Western Mountain District Convention of the American Institute of Architects, Colorado Springs, Colorado, March, 7, 1952.
  8  
Transcript of Feiss' moderation of "The Teaching of Architectural Design" at the 37th Annual Convention of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, Summer 1951.
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"Changing Patterns of Family Behavior and the Design of Nonhousing Facilities," address to the Research Conference of the Social Science Research Council Committee on Housing Research, Ann Arbor, Michigan, May 24-26, 1951.
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"The Factory and the Town," article in Architectural Record, May 1951.
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"New Towns Out of Old," address to National Citizens Conference on Planning and Resources, Miami, Florida, April 12, 1951.
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"Planning in the Redevelopment Picture and War: Emergency Uses of Redevelopment Powers," address to the American Institute of Planners, Chicago, Illinois, March 30, 1951.
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Book review for Progressive Architecture, February 1951. Gallion and Eisner, The Urban Pattern: City Planning and Design.
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Program from the conference and exhibition "Housing: A National Security Resource" at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, January 19-20, 1951.
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"Urban Redevelopment and Highway Planning," address to the Annual Meeting of the Highway Research Board Committee on Land Acquisition and Control of Adjacent Areas, Washington, D.C., January 9, 1951.
  8  
"Housing and Urban Redevelopment," address to the Fourth Annual Technical Seminar for State Planning and Development Agencies, Washington, D.C., November 13-16, 1950.
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"Urban Redevelopment and Urban Planning," address to the ASPO National Planning Conference, Los Angeles, CA, August 15, 1950.
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"National Park and Monument Planning in the United States," article in The Town Planning Review, April 1950.
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"All Colorado Is Our Garden," article in The Green Thumb, January 1950.
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Professional correspondence
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"Out of School" columns in Progressive Architecture
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"Out of School" columns in Progressive Architecture
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"Out of School" columns in Progressive Architecture
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"Out of School" original drafts
  9  
"Debt of 20th Century Planners to 19th Century Pioneers," article in The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, October 1949.
  9  
"The Planned Community: A North American Heritage," article in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, July-December 1949. Co-authored with Frederic Stevenson.
  9  
"The Modern Ranch House," article in The Record Stockman, July 1949.
  9  
Book review for Saturday Review of Literature, April 23, 1949. Corbusier, Concerning Town Planning.
  9  
The American School and University. "A Yearbook devoted to the design, construction, equipment, utilization, and maintenance of educational buildings and grounds."
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Professional correspondence: 1941-1950. "Don't Throw Your Town Away," address to the Colorado Conference on Social Welfare, University of Denver, November 17, 1949. "Confidential History of Planning for the University of Denver: 1943-1949," prepared at the request of Chancellor Jacobs, December 22, 1949. University of Denver School of Architecture and Planning Course Catalog, 1948-1949. "Post-War Housing for the United States," address to School of Commerce, October 14, 1944. Clippings: 1936-1950. Photographs of Feiss, Concours pour l'Amenagement de la Rive Guache de l'Escaut.
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"The Architect and Engineer in Urban Redevelopment," article in Journal of the American Institute of Architects, June 1953. Professional correspondence: 1952. Participatory statements: Regional Planning and Development, February 1951 and Housing and Health, November 15-16, 1950. "Isms and Istics in Architecture," October 1937.
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Professional correspondence.
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Professional correspondence. Book review for Survey Midmonthly: Journal of Social Work, December 1938. Straus and Wegg, Housing Comes of Age. "Recent Advances in Planning and Housing in the United States," June 4, 1937. "Civic Art in the American City?Today and Tomorrow," an address to the American Federation of Arts, Washington, D.C., May 11, 1937. Program for "Conference on New Horizons in Architecture," Norton, Massachusetts, April 16-17, 1937. Michigan Architect and Engineer, March 1937 (pgs. 45-48). "The Role of the Technician in the Modern City." "Two Thirds of a Notion or Panning for Low Rents."
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Personal correspondence. Program for Ohio Planning Conference, January 13-14, 1950. Pamphlet for "Cleveland's Housing Estates." Press release from Housing and Home Finance Agency. "Jobs Without Taxes." "The Housing Problem in New York." The Local Community Job Under the Housing Act of 1949, September 1949. Draft of "Land Policy?Post-War." "Conserving Everything," 1936. Clippings re: Feiss and Housing and Home Finance Agency.
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Clippings. "University of Denver Expansion Plans." "Industry's Influence on Housing," address to the Housing Sectional Meeting, November 17, 1948. Program for 58th Annual Colorado Conference on Social Welfare, November 16-19, 1948. "Amendment to the Charter of the City of Cleveland," November 3, 1942. Planning and Transportation in San Francisco, v.2,no.2. Professional correspondence.
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Clippings compiled by James T. Grady. Two letters from Grady.
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Professional correspondence.
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Pamphlet for speakers series sponsored by Citizen's Housing Council of New York. RSVP postcards for NAHO's Regional Conference and Citizen's Housing Council's course "The New York Citizen Looks at Housing." "A Little Child Shall Lead Them." Program for National Association of Housing Officials Region II Conference, Newark, New Jersey, December 12-14, 1940. Book review for AIP Journal, November 17, 1941, Housing for Health. Book review of Housing for Defense, 1940. "Comment on the Public Work Reserve," October 29, 1941. "Program of Wartime Activities," December 1941.
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"Zoning as a Positive Instrument of Planning," address to the National Conference on Planning, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 14, 1941. "Planning Education for Architects and the National Defense," address to the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, May 11, 1941. "Memorandum to the ASPO Committee on Education," April 29, 1941. Correspondence re: these addresses.
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Correspondence with Edith Elmer Wood. Address to the members of the "International Federation for Housing and Town Planning," by Karl Strolin, July 1940.
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Correspondence re: the Zoning and Community Development Conference, Queens College, November 28, 1940.
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"The Art of City Building," lecture at Cleveland Museum of Art, February 4, 1940. Correspondence: this lecture. Receipts of expenses for the lecture.
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Correspondence re: Feiss' guest lecture at Teachers College for Prof. A. Young, November 14, 1939. "Apres Nous le Deluge," by James F. King. "Apres Nous." Correspondence re: article for housing education in New York Times. "Questionnaire on City Planning and Housing Education." Professional correspondence, 1938-1940. Book review of Housing the Masses, by Carol Aronovici, October 2, 1939. Book review of Housing Yearbook 1939, by National Association of Housing Officials, October 2, 1939. "To Teach Housing Is Also To Teach Architecture," article in AIA Journal, September 1939.
  9  
"Job Specifications for the Archangel Gabriel," address to the National Planning Conference of the American Society of Planning Officials, New York City, October 12.
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"Air Transportation," Planning Postwar Municipal Services, 1945.
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"How Denver Got Its New Housing Code," letter to the editor of The American City, November 1944.
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"Housing and the Urban Aesthetic," article in Magazine of Art. Draft of article. Correspondence with John D. Morse re: its publication.
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"Limited Access Highways and the Denver Plan," address to the 17th Annual Highway Conference of the University of Colorado, May 1944.
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"Standards for Plans and Specifications: Political Subdivision and Private Engineering Need Coordination," article in The Engineers' Bulletin, March 1944.
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"Denver Aviation Survey," article in Denver, August 19, 1943.
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"The Engineers' Role in Post-War Public Works Planning," article in The Mines Magazine, February 1943.
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"History and the Modern Planner," article in Journal of the American Society of Architectural Historians, January 1943.
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Published notes from "Denver Round Table." From Tax Policy, November 1942.
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The Problem of the Cities and Towns. Published from the Conference on Urbanism, Harvard University, March 5-6, 1942.
  9  
"The Heritage of Our Planned Communities," article in Journal of the American Society of Architectural Historians, July 1941. Correspondence re: the article.
  9  
"National Defense and Community Planning," May 1940.
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"One Nation Indivisible," article in Survey Graphic, February 1940.
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"Shopping Centers," September 5, 1939. "Town Entrance Twice-A-Day," [?]. Correspondence re: these articles' publication in House and Garden. House and Garden, June 1938, pgs. 21-25, 75-77, 83-84.
  9  
Book review for The Saturday Review of Literature, January 7, 1939. Bayer, W. Gropius, and I. Gropius, Bauhaus.
  9  
The Role of the State in Environmental Design: A Draft Report for the Urban Design Committee of the American Institute of Architects on the Role of States and State Legislation, March 14, 1969.
  9  
"Open Space and Regional Development," position paper no. 6 for the AIP 3rd Biennial AIP Governmental Relations and Planning Policy Conference, January 22-25, 1965.
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Baltimore, Maryland: "Summary of the Urban Renewal Study Abroad Report." Report of the Urban Renewal Study Abroad to Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro, Jr., Baltimore, Maryland, September 1956. Appendices to the Report of the Urban Renewal Study Abroad to Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro, Jr., Baltimore, Maryland, September 1956.
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Benco Obrero: Proyecto de Evaluacion de los Superbloques, 1961.
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Benco Obrero: "Project for the Evaluation of the Superblocks of the Benco Obrero, Caracas: Preliminary Policy Considerations," February 2, 1959.
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Beaufront: Historic Reconnaissance Survey for the Historic Beaufort Foundation, March 25, 1968.
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Bratenahl: Bratenahl Development Report, June 1962.
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Bratenahl: The Future of Bratenahl: A Report on the Development Potential of the Village of Bratenahl, January 1960.
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Buffalo, New York: Pamphlet on the development of Buffalo's waterfront, 1961. Thruway Industrial Park: Report Prepared for the City of Buffalo. Co-authored with Nathaniel S. Keith, March 1961.
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Charleston, West Virginia: "Report to the Historic Charleston Foundation," January 1959.
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Columbia, South Carolina: "Historic Columbia: Recommendations on Conservation and Development to the City Planning Commission, Columbia, South Carolina," December 1961.
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Connecticut: State of Connecticut: 1960 Report on Urban Renewal Needs, November 1960.
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Connecticut: Connecticut Takes Stock for Action, June 1964.
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Connecticut: "The Responsibility of State Government for Good Urban Design," The State's Biggest Business?Local and Regional Problems, January 1967.
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Connecticut: "Recommended Regional Development Plan: Southeastern Connecticut Region," June 1967.
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Connecticut: "Alternative Land Use Plans: Southeastern Connecticut Region," March 1966.
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Denver, Colorado: "The Denver Planning Commission: City and County Building," November 30, 1943. "Memorandum on the Status of Public Works Plans in Denver," July 10, 1944. Denver Yearbook 1943.
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Durham, North Carolina: "Downtown Durham: A Report by The Redevelopment Commission of the City of Durham, N.C., November 1960.
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Durham, North Carolina: "Projects One and Two: The Hayti-Elizabeth Street General Neighborhood Renewal Area."
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East Central Florida: "Countdown for 198," October 1968. "Regional Plan of East Central Florida."
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Falls of the Ohio Regional Council Governments: "Five Year Policy and Program," January 9, 1968.
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Grand Bahama: "Island Living."
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Long Island: "Visual Impact Study of Bridge Crossings on Long Island Sound," June 20, 1971.
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Mississippi-Arkansas-Tennessee: "Five-Year Program of Operation for the Mississippi-Arkansas-Tennessee Council of Governments: Summary Report," January 1970.
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Rochester, New York: "Community Renewal Program."
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Rochester, New York: "The Future of Downtown Rochester: A General Neighborhood Renewal Plan for the Central Business District."
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San Juan, Puerto Rico: "A Report on the Renewal Possibilities of the Historic Triangle of the City of San Juan for the Municipal Housing Authority of the Capital of Puerto Rico," May 1955.
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Syracuse, New York: "Interim Report on Background Studies: University Hill General Neighborhood Renewal Plan," August 2, 1965.
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Washington, D.C.: "A Landmark Preservation Program for the District of Columbia," October 1962.
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Washington, D.C.: "A Program for Landmarks Conservation in the District of Columbia," February 1963.
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Washington, D.C.: "Reconnaissance Study of the Downtown Business Area," December 1958.
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Washington, D.C.: "The Washington Skyline," May 1964.
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"The President's Advisory Committee on Government Housing Policies and Programs: A Report to the President of the United States," December 1953
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"The Tellico Community Program Memorandum," January 17, 1968.
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"Tuscon Regional Plan, Inc.: A Forward Look: A Report to the Board of Directors," July 1959.
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"The Urban Resource: An Investigation Into Sources of Knowledge of the Role of Cities and Metropolitan Areas in the Economic and Social Structure of the United States," March 9, 1956.
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"Proposed New Communities Program," April 16, 1969.
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"A Focus for National Urban Development Transportation Policies in Metropolitan Centers," July 31, 1961.
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University of Florida: 27th Annual Southern Conference on Gerontology, March 28-31, 1978. Correspondence, programs, participant list for the conference.
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Forest Landscape Design and Management Workshop, Florida Forest Service, June 15-16, 1978. Correspondence, program for the conference. "Glossary of Architectural and Construction Terms."
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University of Florida: 4th Annual University of Florida Conference on Florida Growth Policy: "Planning for Florida's Growth: Balancing the Immediate Needs of Our Economy and the Timeless Necessity of Our Environment," January 30-31, 1976.
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University of Florida: Selected Conference Papers of the 4th Annual University of Florida Conference on Florida Growth Policy. Ed. Richard H. Schneider, May 1976.
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University of Florida: 3rd Annual Conference on Florida Growth Policy. Florida's Growth: Where Are We and Where Are We Going: Prepared Conference Papers, January 10-11, 1975.
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"Urban Migration in America: A Study Proposal," February 1975.
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Manpower allocation chart. Project administration chart. Budget, March 31, 1975-March 30, 1976. Vita of Carl Feiss. Vita of Madyln Kafolis. Vita of Dr. James F. Burns. Vita of Wayne Rarcher. Professional correspondence. "Toward a Policy Planner's View of the Urban Settlement System," by Peter A. Morrison. January 1975. "Recent Research Insights Into Local Migration Flows," by Peter A. Morrison and Daniel A Relles, February 1975.
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"Work Paper 5: Transfer of Development Rights: A New Concept in Land Use Management," March 20, 1974. "Work Paper 6: Experiences of Florida in Planning for Land Use," April 30, 1974. "Work Paper 7: Environment and Florida Voters: Their Concerns on Growth; Energy; Pollution; Land Use; In-Migration Taxes; Politics and the Future of the State," June 1974. "Work Paper 8: Takings, Due Process and the Police Powers: An Analysis of Judicial Approaches to Land Use Regulations in Florida," January 15, 1975. "Working Paper 9: Compensable Regulations: Policy Issues and Options," February 12, 1975.
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"Work Paper 10: Standards for Urban Development in the United States: Development Standards, Systems and Regulations Used for Their Implementation in Urbanizing America," May 1, 1968.
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"Technical Assistance to Bradford County in Developing a Land Use Plan: A Basic Research Document," June 1974.
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Professional correspondence. Florida Environmental and Urban Issues, April 1977. University of Florida Urban and Regional Planning Program for the academic year 1977-1978.