Philadelphia: Falcon Press, 1961. [64p], illustrations. 27x35cm. First edition. Thick, illustrated card covers in black and gray. Edges slightly faded, small splash stains along the bottom edge of the front cover; spine ends rubbed, corners slightly bumped. In very good condition. With two blank order forms laid in, top edges curled and toned.
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St. Louis: City Plan Commission. 8 reports documenting the progress of city planning in St. Louis. Stapled wrappers. Former library copies with few markings. All in very good condition. The report for 1921 & 1922 contains a fold out map of progress on the street plan, and rules for land subdivision. The report for 1922-1923 contains the plan for the public buildings group. The report for 1925 -1926 is part of the publication "Ten Years Progress on the City Plan of St. Louis. 1916-1926."
New Haven: Yale University Press, 2008. 395p, illustrations, index. 26cm. Red paper board covers with white titling on the spine; dust jacket. Corners slightly bumped. Still an unread copy as new.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1997. First edition. 288p, photographs, index. 24cm. Black and blue paper boards, titling in gilt in the spine; dust jacket. As new/As new.
Baltimore: The Planning Council of the Greater Baltimore Committee, Inc., 1958. 28p, illustrations, maps. 37x37cm. Spiral bound. Stain alon lower edge; light soiled; moderate edge wear; prior owner's signature on the front cover; back cover detached. In good condition.
Los Angeles: Pacific Southwest Academy of Los Angeles, 1942. 110p, illustrations. 31cm. Illustrated card covers. Older former library copy with markings on title page; edges rubbed; short tear on spine; small stain on front cover; still, in very good condition. "This book champions no specific plans. It urges all citizens to participate equally in community planning, since only those plans which represent the aspirations of the great majority of citizens succeed ultimately in a democratic society. Each of us has a civic responsibility to study the community carefully, learning its good points and its bad. Only by seeing the community carefully can we hope to improve it. Only by pooling our ides and our knowledge can we develop plans that will represent to each citizen his proper role in upbuilding the Los Angeles Region." [Mel Scott].
[Washington, D.C.]: Wiley, 1998. 384pp. 26cm. Later printing. Blue cloth; dust jacket. An unread copy in a near fine jacket.
Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, 1994. Frontis, , 342p, illustrated, bibliography, indexed. 26cm, oblong. First edition. Green cloth, titling in gilt on the spine; dust jacket. Small stain on front panel of jacket at fore edge, two corners bumped. A very attractive copy in very good condition.
Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, 1994. Frontis, , 342p, illustrated, bibliography, indexed. 26cm, oblong. First edition. Green cloth, titling in gilt on the spine; dust jacket. One corner bumped. A very attractive unread copy in fine condition.
New York: Technical Advisory Corporation, 1929. 119p, illustrations, fold out tables, fold out maps. 28cm. Blue card wrappers with titling in gilt on the front cover. Corners bumped, minor wear to the spine ends and edges. In very good condition.
[Rochester]: 1911. Frontispiece, 39p, illustrations, fold out map, map of Rochester after p. 39. 32cm. Gray card wrappers. Covers chipped, small stain on the front cover at the top corner edge, slightly soiled, spine is fragile; still, in very good condition.
Hammersmith: The Doves Press, 1911. 4p. 23.5cm. Loose as issued in printed brown wrappers. First printing with errors later corrected. Small spot on front cover. In very good condition. A long letter written by Cobden-Sanderson on city planning and reprinted at the Doves Press as a free gift to subscribers. Cobden-Sanderson writes about the 1910 International Town Planning Conference, held in London from October 10th to the 15th. " "Mean streets make mean citizens and mean citizens mean streets." Perhaps these two sentences contain the moral of the speeches and papers on the moral aspect of the question. But neither the "making" of citizens nor the making of "streets" is, or should be, in the planning of cities, the main inspiration or ambition of a city planned, important as they are on the way towards and as a means to an end still nobler, if more remote." [Tidcombe: DPL1].
New York: Random House, 1965. 205p, illustrations, plans. 21 cm. First American edition. First published as 'Der Stadtebau nach seinen Kunsterischen Grundsatzen," in 1903. Blue cloth covers with titling in gilt; dust jacket. Jacket very slightly rubbed, short edge tear. A fine copy in a near fine jacket.
Washington DC: Journal of the American Institute of Architects, 1917. Frontispiece, 207p, illustrations, plans, bibliography, index. 28cm. Blue cloth covers with titling in gilt on the front cover and spine. Cover titling partially faded; front joint and spine ends rubbed; prior owner's neat signature on the front free endpaper; library stamp on the front cover pastedown. In very good condition. An excellent resource on the early development of city planning in the United States.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1929. Frontis, 513p, illustrations. 19cm. Second edition. Blue cloth with titling in gilt on the spine. Bottom cover slightly rubbed; prior owner's signature and address on front free endpaper. A bright copy in very good condition.
London: Oliver and Boyd, 1949. 115p, illustrations, maps, index, pocketed map on the bottom cover pastedown. Bound in red cloth with gilt titling; dust jacket. Two corners bumped; jacket is toned around the edges, offset on front panel, rubbed at the spine, chipped. A near fine copy in a very good jacket.
Baltimore: City of Baltimore, 1965. 88p, illustrations, maps. 23x30cm. Comb bound. Pages slightly toned; minor edge wear. In very good condition.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1921. 2 volumes. Volume 1, xviii, , 260p, illustrations; volume 2, frontis, ix, 238p, appendix [Plan of Manilla, Plan of Baguio, Buildings of Burnham & Root, Buildings of D.H. Burnham, Buildings of D.H. Burnham & Co, (list of) City Plans]. 28cm. Green cloth with titling and decorations in gilt. Reproduces one of the more famous Guerin paintings from the Chicago Plan, Treatment of the Lake Front. Burnham's Chicago Plan (1909) has become an iconic document in American city planning. Burnham's plan and is beautifully rendered in Guerin's work. Prior owner's signature on the front free endpaper; still, the covers are very bright and the set is in near fine condition.
Ithaca, NY: Cornell University, 1955. Frontis, xiv, 65p, illustrations. 26x39cm. Comb bound with plastic covers. Former owner's signature on the front cover.
Dobbs Ferry, New York: Oceana Publications, 1964. 200p, index, appendix. 22 cm. Red cloth with titling in gilt; dust jacket. Signed by Oscar A. Steiner on the front free endpaper. With a TLS from Steiner to Byron Hanke, chief of the land planning division of the FHA. Jacket spine slightly darkened; one corner slightly bumped; text paper toned which is common to this book. A fine copy in a near fine jacket.
New York: Fordham University Press, 2000. 383p, illustrations, index. 23cm. First edition. Blue cloth back and white paper boards; dust jacket. An unread copy as new.
London: Architectural Press, 1946. 153p, illustrations, maps, fold out maps, indexed. 23 cm. Second printing. Red cloth; dust jacket. Jacket rubbed, slight edge wear and chipping; covers faded at edges, slightly bumped, one plan incorrectly folded resulting in minor edge wear; still this is a very good copy.
Kirtipur: 1982. 87p, illustrations, appendices, some text in Nepalese. 15x20cm. Soft cover. Spine torn at tail; other wise a very nice copy in better than very good condition.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1990. xx, 233p, indexed, illustrated. 22cm. First edition. Hardback with gray cloth back and green paper boards, titling in silver on the front cover and spine; dust jacket. From The library of Stanley Greimann, Regional Planner for Connecticut. Inscribed to Stanley Greimann by Tony Hiss. In fine condition.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001. Frontispiece, 275p, illustrations, bibliographical essay, index. 24cm. First edition. Green cloth covers; dust jacket. Prior owner's neat signature on the front free endpaper; still, an unread copy as new.
New York: Twayne Publishers, Inc., 1964. 300p, index. 21 cm. Green cloth with brown titling; dust jacket. Jacket chipped at the top corners, minor edge wear; one corner bumped. A very good copy in a very good jacket.
United States Savings and Loan Association, 1956. 32p, illustrations. 23cm. Wrappers. Ex corporate library with an ink stamp on the front cover. Still in very good codition.
Washington DC: National Republic Publishing Company, 1950. Frontis, xxvi, 480p, illustrations, bibliography, indexed. 24cm. Green textured cloth; titling in gilt on the spine. Corners lightly bumped, minor wear at spine ends; titling slightly faded; prior owner's neat signature. In very good condition.
Washington DC: Urban Land Institute, 1975. 589p; 596p; 594p. 24cm. Textured card wrappers in three colors. Corners slightly bumped; still, a near fine set.