Philip H. Cornick papers,
Philip Heinrich Cornick, 1883-1971.
31 cubic ft.
Correspondence, pamphlets, charts, speeches, reports, published and unpublished manuscripts, and other printed material.
Correspondence, pamphlets, charts, speeches, reports, published and unpublished manuscripts, and other printed material relating to Philip Cornick's research and writings in the fields of land economics, taxation, land use, urban planning, and public works planning. Materials cover many areas across the country, including Tennessee, Ohio, Maine, Massachusetts, New York City and Newark, New Jersey. Also includes materials concerning Henry George's "single tax," forest taxation, the Regional Plan Association, the International Fraternity of Lambda Alpha, and land assessment.
Language: Collection material in English
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library