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Venice: Lion City, The Religion of Empire
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Venice: Lion City, The Religion of Empire

By Wills, Garry

Simon and Schuster, 2001. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. Unmarked. Clipped dust jacket. Black and white illustrations throughout. Section of color plates. A rich, colorful, and provocative history of the world's most fascinating city in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, when it was at the peak of its glory.

$16.00

Transport in Cities
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Transport in Cities

By Richards, Brian

Phaidon, 1994. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked. Corner crease on back cover. Topics include transport, walking, mobility for the elderly, cycling, the car, freight, buses, rail, and more. References. Index. 144p.

$12.00

Beyond the White Marble Steps: A Look at Baltimore Neighborhoods
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Beyond the White Marble Steps: A Look at Baltimore Neighborhoods

By Fink, Alan J.; Rehbein, Leslie

Livelier Baltimore Committee of the Citizens Planning and Housing Association, 1979. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). Very Good. Unmarked. Some rubbing on back cover at spine. Title based on the white marble steps that adorn the row houses of Baltimore City. Photographs throughout. Covers all neighborhoods. 103p.

$12.00

Italian Hilltowns
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Italian Hilltowns

By Carver, Norman F., Jr

Documan Press, 1985. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked. Illustrated throughout. Covers folk architecture, the north and the south. Bibliography. Notes. Index. Map. Explores the integration of architecture, humans and the landscape in Italian hilltowns. 192p.

$14.00

The Changing Economic Function of the Central City
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The Changing Economic Function of the Central City

By Vernon, Raymond

Area Development Committee of CED, 1959. Paperback. Good. Unmarked text. Note and date stamp on cover. Some age tanning on spine. Illustrated. Supplementary paper of the CED. 92p.

$12.00

Learning from China: The Tao of the City
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Learning from China: The Tao of the City

By Fingerhuth, Carl

Birkhauser Architecture, 2004. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked text. Illustrated with photos and illustrations. Indices. Large French flaps. Drawing on the wisdom of Taoist philosophy, "Learning from China" formulates a new and responsible approach to the challenge of caring for the continuous transformation of cities. 216p.

$12.00

Streets: Critical Perspectives on Public Space
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Streets: Critical Perspectives on Public Space

By Celik, Zeynep; Favro, Diane; Ingersoll, Richard

University of California Press, 1994. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked text. Previous owner's name on front end page. Essays by Spiro Kostof's students. Include pre-Columbian Inca settlements, fourteenth-century Cairo, nineteenth-century New Orleans, and twentieth-century Tokyo. Focusing on individual streets around the world and from different historical periods, the collection is an inviting overview of the street as an urban institution. Authors Include Spiro Kostof, Paul Groth, Marc Treib, Heng Chye Kiang, Greg Castillo, Nezar AlSayyad, Zeynep Celik, Fikret K. Yegul, and others.

$14.00

Inside City Parks
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Inside City Parks

By Harnik, Peter

The Urban Land Institute, 2000. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked text. Illustrated, Charts, Graphs. 214p. Organized by city. Cities include Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco, and others.

$14.00

The Public Interest (Number 45, Fall 1976)
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The Public Interest (Number 45, Fall 1976)

By Webber, Melvin M.; Baer, William C

Nation Affairs, Inc, 1976. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked text. Includes "The BART Experience: What Have We Learned?" by Melvin M. Webber, "On the Death of Cities" by William C. Baer; "National Economic Planning: A Slogan Without Substance" by Peter H. Schuck, Irving Welfeld on the meaning of the Gautreaux Case, "The Ethnic Miracle" by Andrew M. Greeley, and Ernst van den Haag on the anticapitalist spirit. 136p.

$16.00

Geography and Urban Evolution in the San Francisco Bay Area
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Geography and Urban Evolution in the San Francisco Bay Area

By Vance, James E

University of California Berkeley, IGS, 1964. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). Very Good. Unmarked text. 11 maps. 89p. Measures 6x9.25 inches.

$12.00

Cities and Social Change in Early Modern France
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Cities and Social Change in Early Modern France

By Benedict, Philip (editor)

Routledge, 1989. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked. Contributors include Philip Benedict, Robert Descimon, Frederick M. Irvine, James R. Farr, Claire Dolan, Robert A. Schneider, and Rene Favier. Index. Maps. Examines major changes experienced by France's cities over the period from the end of the middle ages to the eve of the Revolution

$24.00

Charlottesville: A Contemporary Portrait
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Charlottesville: A Contemporary Portrait

By DiMaggio, Joanne

University of Virginia, Community Communications, 2001. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. Unmarked. Unclipped dust jacket with a bumped corner. Beautifully illustrated, with photographs by Philip Beaurline. 152p. Measures 9x12 inches. Charlottesville, Virginia, the University of Virginia, was designed by Thomas Jefferson. This volume presents a broader picture of the city.

$20.00

Connecting Cairo To The Nile, Renewing Life and Heritage on The River
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Connecting Cairo To The Nile, Renewing Life and Heritage on The River

By Kondolf, G. Mathias (editor)

Institute of Urban and Regional Planning (IURD), 2011. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked. URD Working paper No. WP-2011-06. Illustrated with maps, color plates, and more. Topics of this long-term plan for the Nile waterfront in Cairo include background, data collection, current conditions, urban history, strategic plan, interventions, and conclusions. References. 100p. Measures 8.5x11 inches.

$12.00

Civilizing Terrains: Mountains, Mounds and Mesas (Architectural documents)
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Civilizing Terrains: Mountains, Mounds and Mesas (Architectural documents)

By Morrish, William R

William Stout Publishers, 1996. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked text. Illustrated with 49 drawings. Printed with red and black type. Reproduces the sketchbook of William Rees Morrish, Director of the Design Center for American Urban Landscape at the University of Minnesota. Morrish is one of our major thinkers in the field of contemporary American urbanism.

$12.00

Islands in the Street: Gangs and American Urban Society
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Islands in the Street: Gangs and American Urban Society

By Sanchez-Jankowski, Martin

University of California Press, 1991. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. Unmarked text. Dust jacket under clear protective cover. Argues that gangs sometimes play a positive role in inner-city life, explains how they are formed and organized, and looks at the often close ties between gangs and politicians. Notes. Bibliography. Index. 381p. Measures 6.25x9.25 inches.

$12.00

The Renaissance in Rome
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The Renaissance in Rome

By Stinger, Charles L

Indiana University Press, 1985. Hardcover. Very Good/good. Unmarked text. Some chipping on dust jacket. 37 black/ white maps and illustrations. 444p. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Winner of the American Historical Association Marraro Prize in 1985. Charles Stinger probes the basic attitudes, underlying values, and core convictions that animated Rome's intellectuals and artists from the time of Pope Eugenius IV's return to the Eternal City in 1443 to the sacking in 1527.

$46.00

Cities and Civilizations
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Cities and Civilizations

By Hibbert, Christopher

Stewart Tabori & Chang, 1996. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked. French flaps. Some edge wear on back cover. In this classic volume, Hibbert reveals his impressions of the appearance and social life of 21 of the world's greatest cities at crucial moments in their development. 195 photographs, 35 in color. Cities include Thebes, Sydney, Rome, Moscow, and others. 256p. Measures 7.75x10.5 inches.

$14.00

Provoking a New Form of Urbanity: Rethinking the Corvin Promenade, Budapest
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Provoking a New Form of Urbanity: Rethinking the Corvin Promenade, Budapest

By Machado, Rodolfo; Correa, Felipe; Futureal Group (Budapest, Hungary)

Dept. of Urban Planning and Design, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 2005. Paperback. Very Good. Unmarked. Remainder mark on edge. Beautifully illustrated, including plans and photographs. 101p. Large French flaps. Contributors include Alexander Song, Evi Syariffudin, Ira Jones, Richard Broene, and others. Measures 10 inches square.

$35.00

Room Enough: Housing and Open Space in the Bay Area (The Report of the Housing/Greenbelt Program of People for Open Space)
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Room Enough: Housing and Open Space in the Bay Area (The Report of the Housing/Greenbelt Program of People for Open Space)

By Marks, Dan; Orman, Larry; Anderson, Walt; Hart, John

People for Open Space, 1983. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). Very Good. Unmarked text. Illustrated. An evaluation of San Francisco Bay Area Housing in the 1980s. Topics include the next 20 years, strategies for meeting Bay Area Housing needs, making it happen and more. 64p.

$20.00

Suburban Environment: Sweden and the United States (Studies of Urban Society)
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Suburban Environment: Sweden and the United States (Studies of Urban Society)

By Popence, David

University of Chicago Press, 1977. Hardcover. Very Good/good. Unmarked text. Dust jacket with chipping and bends. 1978 review from American Anthropology, by Lisa R. Peattie, pasted in on front end page. Previous owner's name inside cover. Topics include Vallingby, Levittown, residential environments, the implications of urban housing, and more. Index. Illustrated with photos and maps. Appendices. Index. 275p.

$12.00

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