NY: Harper & Row, 1965. First edition. Hardcover. 394 pp. Illustrated with tables and charts. Index. Details with intense concern the main causes of urban blight, examining racial discrimination, narrow tax policies, inadequate housing, and lack of comprehensive planning. Identifies the mistakes that accountf or the disappointing results of urban...
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Cambridge: MIT Press, 1967. First edition. Hardcover. 377 pages. Edited by Paul D. Spreiregen. Foreword by S.B. Zisman. Photographs, plans, and drawings. Index. A clear, comprehensible and readable book on thegrowth of modern cities and their planning. POWELL 899.
Barre: Barre Publishing, 1976. 1st edition. Hardcover. 182 pp. Introduction by Walter Muir Whitehill. Text by Joseph L. Eldredge. Graphics by Mark Driscoll. 182 photographs, and twelve maps. Bibliography. Index. Whitehill notes, "Although Boston has preserved only a few scattered examples of its colonial buildings it offers an unrivaled view...
New York: Schocken, 1971. 1st American edition. Hardcover. 181 pages. Index. The author proposes that modern architecture has failed us; diagnoses the causes of the failure, and prescribes the cure.
Milan: Il Polifilo, 1990. First printing. Hardcover. 184 pages. Folio, 36 x 26 cm. Four page Abstract in English. 23 double-page or fold-out plates depicting views and plans of towns and cities in 18th century Italy of which, it appears that Verona held more allure for the foreign traveller than...
NY: Architectural Press, 1975. First edition. Hardcover. 264 pp. 4to, 229line illustrations and 520 black and white photographs. There are seventy-three internationally selected examples of significant conversion jobs.
Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1952. First edition. Hardcover. 255 pages. 24.5 x 17.5 cm. 108 illustrations.Bibliography. Index. KARPEL B479a. "An important book in the literature of the tall building, it has caused its share of controversy... Still, it is a pioneering work in this important field."
Boston: Weymouth Planning Board, 1963. First edition. Paperback. 83 and 96 pages. 28 x 28 cm [Vol.I] and 28 x 21 cm [Vol.II]. Charts, graphs, aerial views, photographs, plans in color including large fold-outs. This two volume report covers Land Use, Community Facilities, Schools, Recreation, Housing, Street Plans, Zoning, Urban...
NY: Braziller, 1968. First edition. Hardcover. 128 pp. With seventy-eight black and white illustrations, as well as three maps. Notes. Index. Part of the Planning and Cities Series.ARNTZEN/RAINWATER J56. "An excellent series of surveys and monographs on various aspects of urban planning. Well illustrated with photographs and plans."POWELL 968.
London: Architectural Press, 1953. First edition. Hardcover. 300 pp. More than 300 illustrations: photographs, drawings and plans. Index. This book is arranged in four parts: design of thecomplete town, central areas, industry and housing. POWELL 1566.
Chicago: Paul Theobald, 1955. First edition. Hardcover. 286 pages. 28 x 22 cm. 252 black and white illustrations, including photographs, sketches, diagrams, maps and plans. Cities:  their origin growth and decline;  whether they were planned geometric or organic; and  cities of our industrial age with no tiesto...
Boston: Little, Brown, 1972. First edition. Hardcover. 109 pp. More than fifty photographs and drawings. Illustrated Glossary. Bibliography. List of Institutions Offering Programs in City Planning. Index. POWELL 1580.
NY: Praeger, 1970. First edition. Hardcover. 241 pages. 24 x 17 cm. Approximately 200 illustrations. Edited with an introduction andexhibition notes by Edgar Kauffmann, Jr. Foreword by James Biddle and Thomas P. Hoving. Selected Bibliography. Index. Four scholars assess the important contributions of 19th century America to the history of architecture and city planning.
New York: Grossman, 1973. Le Corbusier. 1st English edition. Hardcover. 111 pages. Illustrated. With an Introduction by Jean Giraudoux. Translated from the French by Anthony Eardley. With a new foreword by Josep Lluis Sert. An early, historic conference  which had considerable influence on much future urban design work.
New York: Payson & Clarke, (1924). Le Corbusier. 1st American edition. Hardcover. 301 pages. Voluminously illustrated with photographs, drawings, plans to scale and one large fold-out. Introduction by Frederick Etchells. The theme and substance of future city planning as the Corbusier saw it in 1922, and they're still working it...
Chicago: 1967. First edition. Hardcover. 93 pages. Voluminously illustrated with photographs, drawings and plans to scale. Foreword by Joseph R. Passonneau. Bibliography. "The study describes a handsome town in a handsome way," and could serve as a model of serene, civilized urban growth.
New York: Braziller, 1969. 1st American edition. Hardcover. With a Note by Misha Black. More than seventy-five black and whiteillustrations. References. Index. An analysis of the nature of design, and the role of design teams in industry, communications and architecture. The problems and prospects of teamwork in design.
NY: Weybright &Talley, 1970. First edition. Hardcover. 426 pp. Introduction by Dwight W. Hoover. Twenty-three essays by experts; an effort to aid in understanding urbanization and its consequences.
NY: Praeger, 1968. First edition. Hardcover. 317 pp. 26 x 23 cm. Profusely illustrated in black andwhite. Maps and figures. Bibliographic Notes. Index. A useful tool for students of urban affairs, as well as architecture and city planning with more than 300 photographs, plans and maps.
New York: Viking, 1969. First edition. Hardcover. 130 pp. Edited by Stanley B. Tankel, Boris Pushkarev and William B. Shore. Graphic organization and design by Barbara Towery.Voluminously illustrated with photographs, plans, and diagrams; many in color. Foreword by C. McKim Norton in which he summarizes the problems and goals ofthe study.
New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1986. First edition. Hardcover. 341 pp. 4to, more than 150 photographs. Bibliography. Index. The author argues that each of these capitals was a deliberate work of art, and proposes a different use to which the streets were put in each of these cities.
Cambridge: MIT Press, 1975. First edition. Hardcover. 162 pages. 28.5 x 22 cm. More than 100 photographs, plus graphs and charts. As the authors postulate, walking is not eccentric behavior. Signed presentation copy, "To Chris with affection Boris P."
Urbana: Univ. of Illinois Press, 1949. First edition. Hardcover. 388 pages.26 x 18 cm. More than seventy illustrations. Names of Buildings. Locations of Buildings. Architects and Engineers. General Index. A detailed history of the structures, the foundation engineering and construction methods, and the planners and builders who developed Chicago from...
Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1964. First edition. Hardcover. 120 pages. Abundantly illustrated in black and white. Published for Rice University with articles by I.M. Pei, Pietro Belluschi, Vernon DeMars, Charles M. Goodman et al: a total of eigh tessays. Stamp on front free endpaper.
NY: Praeger, 1969. First edition. Hardcover. 275 pages. 26 x 23 cm. 525 illustrations include photographs, drawings and maps. A Note on Method and Bibliography. Index. Scully's thesis here is "to present a history of architecture in which city planning is regarded as an inseparable part of the whole both...