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Urban research & education in the New York Metropolitan Region a report on the more effective employment of the intellectual resources of the region in coping with the problems of the New York Metropolis. A report to Regional Plan Association by Harvey S. Perloff

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Published by Regional Plan Association in [New York .
Written in English


  • Municipal research,
  • Regional planning -- Study and teaching,
  • Regional planning -- New York Metropolitan Area,
  • New York Metropolitan Area

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Edition Notes

Other titlesThe universities in regional affairs
Statement[by] Harvey S. Perloff and Henry Cohen.
ContributionsCohen, Henry A., 1895-,, Regional Plan Association, New York
LC ClassificationsHN80 N5 P47
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14659993M

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