Our fair city, edited by Robert S. Allen ...
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Cities and towns -- United States.
Cities and towns.
Ciudades y pueblos -- EE. UU.
Municipal government -- United States.
viii, 387 pages 21 cm
Boston: study in inertia, by L.M. Lyons.--New York: "greatest city in the world," by Paul Crowell and A.H. Raskin.--Philadelphia: where patience is a vice, by T.P. O'Neil.--Miami: heaven or honky-tonk? By Henning Heldt.--Birmingham: steel giant with a glass jaw, by Irving Beiman.--Cleveland: study in political paradoxes, by R.L. Maher.--Detroit: city of conflict, by Leo Donovan.--Chicago: unfinished anomaly, by W.H. Pierce.--Milwaukee: Old Lady Thrift, by R.S. Davis.--Memphis: satrapy of a benevolent despot, by G.M. Capers.--St. Louis: boundary-bound, by C.F. Hurd.--Kansas City: gateway to what? By W.G. Clugston.--Denver: civic schizophrenic, by Roscoe Fleming.--Butte: city with a "kick" in it, by J.K. Howard.--Seattle: slave and master, by R.L. Neuberger.--San Francisco: the beldam dozes, by Charles Raudebaugh.--Los Angeles: rainbow's end, by Maury Maverick and R.E.G. Harris.
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