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Unformatted text preview: I1 1872; 23-227; '96. pp. 34. and 4da1ns : Capit- ,' Cook 30, pp. 34314; 81/13/1016 44 Dulles 1965, p. 64. 45 46 Pessen 1973. 47 Sweetser 1868. pp. 146—147; Baltzell 1962, pp. 2234225; Vance 1972; Andrews 1978, Lewis 1975; Bonner 1977; Andrews 1978, p. 137. pp. 107—109,- O'Brien 1981, pp. 14141415. 48 Sweetser 1868; Dulles 1965; Lawrence 1983. 49 Lynes 1955, pp. 81—89. 50 Wester 1937, pp. 108—156; Dulles 1965, pp. 232—238; 506111 1968, pp. 1041; Jaher 1973; Hammock 1982; Cable 1984. 51 8013111 1968, pp. 28432; Burns 1980; O’Brien 1981, pp. 2029206; Higley 1995, pp. 47496. 52 Sweetser 1868, p. 48. 53 Bachelder 1875; Baedeker 1904; Amory 1952; Kramer 1978. 54 Sprague 1980. 55 Dulles 1965, pp. 360—361; Dunleavy 1981; Allen 1983. 56 Gowans 1976, pp. 715—763; Andrews 1978, pp. 1—31; Roth 1979, pp. 1—52. 57 Whitehill 1968, pp. 22—46; Andrews 1978, pp. 34—54; Baltzell 1979; Shi 1985, pp. 33434. 58 Andrews 1978, pp. 22—31. 59 Gowans 1976, pp. 164—172. 60 Wetter 1937, pp. '73w74; Whitehill 1968, pp. 47—72; Andrews 1978, pp. 86—96; Roth 1979, pp. 59—68. 61 Gowans 1976, pp. 2437265; Andrews 1978, pp. 56—62. 62 Gowans 1976, pp. 267-284; Roth 1979, pp. 53400. 63 Gowans 1976, pp. 291—328; Bonner 1977; Andrews 1978, pp. 97—143; Roth 1979, pp. 100—125. 64 Jaher 1973; Gowans 1976, pp. 329686; Andrews 1978, pp. 144—197; Roth 1979, pp. 126—227; Hammack 1982. 65 Wecter 1937, pp. 14291.43; jaher 1973, pp. 258—259; Cable 1984, p. 28. 66 Lynes 1955, pp. 207222; Andrews 1978, pp. 222—245; Roth 1979, pp. 192-659; Howett 1982. 67 McWilliams 1946, pp. 77—83; Streatfielcl 1977, pp. 231—232; Ferrell 1984. 68 Louw 1983, p. 161. 69 Allen 1952, pp. 219222; Lerner 1957, pp. 481486. 70 Gowans 1976, pp. 3042305,- Roth 1979, p. 92; Hugill 1982b, p. 10. 71 Whitehill 1968, pp. 236237; Goldstone and Dalrymple 1.974; Lewis 2003, pp. 86—90; Findsen 1984. 72 8013111 1968; Burns 1980; O’Brien 1981, pp. 202—259. 73 Ruhl l.1n.g 1986. 74 Riebsalne 1997, pp. 104—120; U. 5. Bureau of the Census 2003a, 2003b. We! 1' Sheet jammed 2005. Pavin Americafm the automobile 1 See Dodds 1961, p 146. 2 her an historical overview of Amelica 5 auto industry, see Rubenstei n 2001. N 0105 0142-20 GOG‘JG‘ 10 '11 '12 13 '14 15 16 17 1 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 488 See Dodcls 1961, p. 146. Wik 1972, p. 233. Jackson 1985, p. 161. Rae 1981, p. 57. Jackson. 1985, p. 162. Dodcls 1961, p. 147. Jackson 1985, p. 163. Flink 1975, p. 55. Jakle 8r Sculle 2008. Hugill 1982a. Mason 1957. Lincoln Highway Association 1935. Rose 1950, p. 742. Jakle 2000. Miller 1950. Fuessle 1915, p. 26. Jackson 1985, p. 170. Horvath 1974. Davies 1975, p. 42. Warner 1972, p. 41. Iakle 8: Sculle 2008. Warner 1972, p. 39. Goodman 1971, p. 73. Mumford 1964, p. 234. Goodman 1971, p. 73. Davies 1975, p. 28. Leavitt 1970, p. 13. Davies 1975, p. 36. Guinness 8: Bradshaw 1985, p. 217. Snow 1967. For an historical Overview of America’s interstate freeway system, we Lewis 1997. Muller 1981, p. 4. 119151., p. 51. Jackson 1985, p. 7. Data for 2000 from the US. Census Bureau. Lewis 1979, p. 186. Jackson 1985, p. 205. 117141., p. 239. 111141., p. 8. Moth 1968, p. 285. Jackson 1985, p. 277. with p. 250. 113111., p. 10. Higbee 1976, p. 150. Mumphrey 8r Seley 1972. For an historical Overview of parking in American big-city central business dis) tricts, see Jakie 8.: Sculle 2004. Notes 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 1 O‘~U'Ihlhm 11 12 13 14 5 1 6 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Muller 1981, p. 122; Johnston 1982, p. 220. Liebs 1985. Tunnard 8: Pushkarev 1963, p. 162. Robinson 1971, p. 52. Mumford 1961, p. 4:86. Priestley 1937, p. 88. Tocqueville 1956, pp. 114, 117. Relph 1981, p. 94. fl _ ,. ,. , . 19 Developing large—scale consumer landscapes Zunz 1990. 2 Vance 1970. Wiebe 1967. Whitehill 8: Kennedy 2000, p. 96; De Voe 1‘.2. Conzen 8: Conzen 1975. Pasdermadjian 1954; Schlereth 1991. Harrison 1975, p. 115. A fine histo cal analysis of the regional and national expan— ‘on strategies of American de 9 ' rtment store, specialty, and discount firms is given in ulajainen 1987. Kirk 0d 1960; Thomas 97. Greer et . 1986. . Longstreth ’997; H owitz 1985. Country Club Plaza, in Kansas City, Missouri, developed by . C. Nichols Companies and opened in 1922, is credited with being the first i-tenant planned shopping center in America. On the geographi- cal develop mmercial strips, see Jalcle and Mattson 198.1. . Hardwick 04, p. 154. . hopping arcades, developed in the 19th century in Europe and inl ge eastern U.S. 't'ies, provided a design template for the modern shop- ping 11; see Geist 1983; Lo streth 2000, p. 102. Coh 1972; Farrell 2003; Maitl d 1985. G s 1999; Hellmuth et at. 1994. . trasser 2005; Barcus 2006. The antid al-Mart position is especially championed by historic preservationists, see Lang 200 and also Mitchell 2006. Bloom 20051; (3085 1996. Hoge 1988; Emmet 82: Jeuck 1950; Longstre Eaton 1989, pp. 3—17. King 2005. Longstreth 2000, pp. 3233, 36,52. Beranek 1962; Koloclin 1966; Longstreth 2000, p. 50. Haines 2003. Iozsa 2003; Bale 1994, pp. 778; Raitz 1995, pp. 1485. Bale 1994, pp. 78—82. ozsa 2003, pp. 119—123. Raitz 1995, p. 28; Bale 1994, pp. 120—147. Jakle 1985; Sandoval-Strausz 2007; Jakle et at. 1996. Iakle et a1. 1996, pp. 37, 122—1419. ...
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