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Baltimore, 1955-1956 [series]:
Crane was consultant in 1955-1956 when Baltimore Urban Renewal and Housing Agency was established for urban renewal projects; typical deteriorated block in Harlem Park created "314" pilot study for rehabilitation.

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Baltimore - Correspondence, 1955-1956
Correspondence with Jacob Crane, Oliver Winston, Eugene Wheeler, Baltimore Planning Department, Office of Urban Renewal Coordinator

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Baltimore "314" Rehabilitation Project Harlem Park - Correspondence, reports, 1956-1957
Correspondence with Eugene Wheeler, R.L. Steiner, Philip Darling, Baltimore Planning Department, Urban Renewal Administration, H.H.F.A.

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Baltimore - News releases, 1956-1957
Correspondence with Housing and Home Finance Agency

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Baltimore - Newspaper clippings, 1954-1956
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Baltimore - Report (multi-copied), 1956
Correspondence with Urban Renewal Staff Committee Report

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Baltimore - Draft report, 1955
Correspondence with Urban Renewal Advisory Council

 
Reports
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Report to Mayor Thomas d'Alesandro Jr., Sept. 1956. Appendices. Baltimore. Urban Renewal Study Board
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Baltimore city zoning ordinaces and state enabling act. 1956Baltimore. Planning Commission
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Maryland zoning and planning enabling act. Published by Women's Civic League. Charlottesville, Virginia, 1956Maryland
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Study of the attitudes of potential applicants toward public housing. Jan. 1954. (multi-copied) Baltimore. Housing Authority
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Workable program for urban renewal in Baltimore, Maryland, Nov. 22, 1954. (multi-copied) Baltimore. City Council
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Housing rehabilitation and enforcement of housing laws. n.d. Public health monograph no. 34 U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Public Health Service
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The legal basis for redevelopment in Baltimore, Maryland. Sept. 1949. (multi-copied) Baltimore. Redevelopment Commission