|Statement||prepared by Dick Netzer, Ralph Kaminsky, [and] Katherine W. Strauss.|
|Series||[Regional Plan Association] Bulletin 109, Bulletin (Regional Plan Association (New York, N.Y.)) -- 109.|
|Contributions||Kaminsky, Ralph., Strauss, Katherine W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
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