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auth_author2 Birmingham, Kate., Bratz, Cheryl., Byrnes, Emma., Dagley, Jeffrey A., Goldstein, Paul [George Washington University student, 2010]., Groesbeck, Sarah., Kaczkowski, Becky., Longstreth, Richard W., Yunessi, Sara L.
author2-role Birmingham, Kate.Fort Barnard Heights and Douglas Park subdivisions., Birmingham, Kate.Nauck community: pre-World War II history, utilities development, and schools., Bratz, Cheryl.Historic preservation: principles and methods, demographic and social profile of Nauck residents., Bratz, Cheryl.Nauck residents, 1940-1960; demographic and social profile., Byrnes, Emma.Builders & architects., Byrnes, Emma.Nauck: architects & builders., Dagley, Jeffrey A.Paul Dunbar Homes and Fort Henry Gardens: a legacy of African-American housing in Arlington, Virginia., Dagley, Jeffrey A.Paul Dunbar Homes: a legacy of community housing in Arlington, Virginia., Goldstein, Paul [George Washington University student,2010].FHA insured developments for African Americans in the Washington area from 1940-60., Goldstein, Paul [George Washington University student,2010].Role of the FHA in developing housing for Africans [sic] Americans in and around Washington, D.C., Groesbeck, Sarah.Housing forms in Nauck., Groesbeck, Sarah.Nauck civic, social, and religious organizations., Kaczkowski, Becky.African American suburbanization in the twentieth century., Kaczkowski, Becky.African American suburbanization., Longstreth, Richard W., Yunessi, Sara L.Nauck citizen occupations of the late 1950's.
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title_full The Nauck community : its development and preservation / student papers for professor Richard Longstreth
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title_sub its development and preservation