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A neighborhood finds itself.


New York, Harper [1959] .
ISBN 081960268X

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Subjects Community organization -- Case studies.
Hyde Park (Chicago, Ill.)
Kenwood (Chicago, Ill.)
Rénovation urbaine.
Service social communautaire -- Cas, Études de.
Sociologie urbaine -- États-Unis.
Description 370 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1959]
Summary The story of how citizens worked together to keep their neighborhood from deteriorating into a slum.
Geographic Area Illinois
Network Numbers (OCoLC)546085
(OCoLC)ocm00546085
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