GRAY, ML: A Guide to Chicago’s Murals

Book cover. A Guide to Chicago's MuralsGray, Mary Lackritz. A Guide to Chicago’s Murals. University of Chicago Press. ISBN: 9780226305967. Factory sealed. Like New. Paperback. (#30737) $24.00

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The first definitive handbook to the murals of Chicago and suburbs. With full-color illustrations of nearly two hundred murals and accompanying entries that describe their history—who commissioned them and why, the subjects of the murals and their contexts.

Biographies of more than 150 artists and a glossary of key terms. 204 color plates, 35 halftones. 516p. Measures 5.75×7.5 inches.

CRANE, JL: Urban Planning-Illusion and Reality a New Philosophy for Planned City Building

Crane, Jacob L. Urban Planning-Illusion and Reality a New Philosophy for Planned City Building. New York: Vantage Press, 1973. Signed and inscribed by author to previous owner. Unmarked text. Unclipped dust jacket, with some scuffing. Marker line on front end page. Very Good in good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#28473)

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“Grandfather” of the worldwide urban planning movement, Crane held various appointments as housing consultant for the U.N. Department of Social Affairs, Housing and Planning Section, and for the U.N. Technical Assistance Administration. 169p.

MACHADO, R: Provoking a New Form of Urbanity: Rethinking the Corvin Promenade, Budapest

Provoking a New Form of Urbanity: Rethinking the Corvin Promenade, Budapest, coverRodolfo Machado, Felipe Correa, Futureal Group (Budapest, Hungary). Provoking a New Form of Urbanity: Rethinking the Corvin Promenade, Budapest. Dept. of Urban Planning and Design, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 2005. ISBN: 0935617884. Unmarked. Remainder mark on edge. Very Good. Paperback. (#27859) $35.00

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Beautifully illustrated, including plans and photographs. 101p. Large French flaps. Measures 10 inches square.

Contributors include Alexander Song, Evi Syariffudin, Ira Jones, Richard Broene, and others.
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