A pattern for Charlotte
Roberts, Coleman W.
Publisher not identified
84 pages in various pagings : illustrations, maps, diagrams ; 28 cm
"This is the second and revised edition of 'A pattern for Charlotte,' the first having been issued on April 26, 1944 ... [I]n this revised edition is additional material intended to show the value of a Master Plan, what is expected of it, and the probable cost of master planning and planning for the postwar period"--Preface.
J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
North Carolina--Mecklenburg County
Planning and Development of Charlotte, N.C.
This collection primarily comprises government documents relating to the development and planning of Charlotte, N.C. in the postwar era of the twentieth century. Publication dates of materials in this collection range from 1935-1993, but the bulk of materials were published between 1944-1987. Among the subjects covered are urban renewal projects, regional planning, and infrastructure development in Charlotte and the surrounding area. Authors include government agencies, including the Charlotte Mecklenburg Planning Commission, the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, and local urban planning firms. These publications are part of the Local Documents Collection at J.Murrey Atkins Library. Charlotte Chamber of Commerce publications, contributed by the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, are also included in The Planning and Development of Charlotte collection.
Living Charlotte : the postwar development of a New South city
This collection is part of Living Charlotte (http://livingcharlotte.uncc.edu/), a digital project that documents economic growth and social change in Charlotte, North Carolina, in the decades following World War II.
Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library
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