City of Chicago, 1983. unpaginated, illustraions, plans. 31cm. Soft cover. In fine condition.
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Chicago: The Chicago Plan Commission, May, 1911. 93p, illustrations from The Plan of Chicago. 23cm. Tan cloth with black titling. Slightly soiled. A near fine copy. Published for the citizens of Chicago so that they may understand The Plan of Chicago; similar to Wacker's Manual published in 1912 for the schools of the city.
Washington DC: GPO, June 1978. 216p, illustrations, plans, maps. 21x36cm. Soft cover. Prior owner's ink stamp on front cover and title page; spine and edges faded. A very good copy.
Rindge, NH: Richard R. Smith Publisher, 1956. 95p. 22cm. First edition. Inscribed and signed by Frank O. Beck on the ffep. Bound in red cloth over boards, titling in white on the front cover and spine. Small "k" inked on the tail of the jacket spine and book, small circular dot below the "k" on the jacket; jacket spine faded, minor edge wear; prior owner's name on the ffep. Still in very good condition.
Chicago: Chicago Tribune, 1980. 60p, illustration, tour map. 28cm. Stapled card. A near fine copy.
June, 1911. 75p, , 10 fold out maps, 13 fold out plates. 23cm. Green cloth with titling in gilt on the spine. Minor edge wear. In very good condition. Arnold was made Chief Subway Engineer for Chicago and here presents his comprehensive plan for a subway system. A subway system was not introduced to Chicago until 1939 when funding became available from the Works Progress Administration.
Chicago: March, 1909. 383p, fold out maps, maps, plans. 24cm. Pebbled black cloth with tilting in gilt on the spine. Front hinge starting. In very good condition. The Harbor Commission was created in 1908 to consider possible uses of the Chicago lake front, and broadened the scope of the study to include Chicago's harbors and their relation to railway terminal and park plans. Comments were given by the a sub committee of the Commercial Club on Chicago Plan, concluding "There are difficulties enough in securing harmonious agreement between the various governing bodies and groups of Chicago without bringing into the situation and projects of doubtful utility."
Chicago Architecture Foundation, 1982. 61p, bibliography, map. 22cm. Wrappers. A fine copy.