The Nauck community: its development and preservation

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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.
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table_of_contents African American suburbanization /, African American suburbanization in the twentieth century /, Builders and architects /, FHA insured developments for African Americans in the Washington area from 1940-60 /, Fort Barnard Heights and Douglas Park subdivisions /, Historic preservation: principles and methods, demographic and social profile of Nauck residents /, Housing forms in Nauck /, Nauck citizen occupations of the late 1950's /, Nauck civic, social, and religious organizations /, Nauck residents, 1940-1960; demographic and social profile /, Nauck: architects & builders, 1940-1960 /, Paul Dunbar Homes and Fort Henry Gardens: a legacy of African-American housing in Arlington, Virginia /, The Nauck community: pre-World War II history, utilities development, and schools /, The Paul Dunbar Homes: a legacy of community housing in Arlington, Virginia /, The role of the FHA in developing housing for Africans [sic] Americans in and around Washington, D.C., 1940-1960 /
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title The Nauck community : its development and preservation
title_alt African American suburbanization in the twentieth century., African American suburbanization., Builders & architects., FHA insured developments for African Americans in the Washington area from 1940-60., Fort Barnard Heights and Douglas Park subdivisions., Historic preservation: principles and methods, demographic and social profile of Nauck residents., Housing forms in Nauck., Nauck citizen occupations of the late 1950's., Nauck civic, social, and religious organizations., Nauck community: pre-World War II history, utilities development, and schools., Nauck residents, 1940-1960; demographic and social profile., Nauck: architects & builders., Paul Dunbar Homes and Fort Henry Gardens: a legacy of African-American housing in Arlington, Virginia., Paul Dunbar Homes: a legacy of community housing in Arlington, Virginia., Role of the FHA in developing housing for Africans [sic] Americans in and around Washington, D.C.
title_display The Nauck community : its development and preservation
title_full The Nauck community : its development and preservation / student papers for professor Richard Longstreth
title_short The Nauck community :
title_sort nauck community its development and preservation
title_sub its development and preservation