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Compilation of Periodical Literature: Housing and Urban Affairs Cluster

Record Groups 31, 196, 207, 252, 294, 543

  1. Auel, Lisa B. "Ties That Bind: Communities in American History". Prologue 24, no.2 (Summer 1992): 169-173.

  2. Autobee, Robert. "Every Child in a Garden: George H. Maxwell and the American Homecroft Society". Prologue 28, no.3 (Fall 1996): 194-206.

  3. Bauman, John F. "Row Housing as Public Housing: The Philadelphia Story, 1957-2013". Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 138, no.4 (October 2014): 425-456.

  4. Bauman, John F. "Safe and Sanitary without the Costly Frills: The Evolution of Public Housing in Philadelphia, 1929-1941". Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 101, no.1 (January 1977): 114-128.
    RG044/RG048/RG196/FDR Library

  5. Bayor, Ronald H. "The Civil Rights Movement as Urban Reform: Atlanta's Black Neighborhoods and a New 'Progressivism'". Georgia Historical Quarterly 77, no.3 (Summer 1993): 286-309.

  6. Butler, Stuart L. and Graeme McCluggage. "Taking Measure of America: Records in the Cartographic and Architectural Branch". Prologue 23, no.1 (Spring 1991): 41-57.
    RG019/RG023/RG026/RG028/RG029/ RG037/RG042/RG046/RG048/RG049/ RG054/RG057/RG066/RG074/RG075/ RG076/RG077/RG083/RG092/RG096/ RG114/RG115/RG121/RG145/RG196/ RG233/RG241/RG313/RG328/RG331/ RG370/RG373/RG393/RG456

  7. Bytwerk, Randall L. "Fritz Reinhardt and the Rednerschule der NSDAP". Quarterly Journal of Speech 67 (1981): 298-309.

  8. Camarillo, Albert M. "Navigating Segregated Life in America's Racial Borderhoods, 1910s-1950s". Journal of American History 100, no.3 (December 2013): 645-662.

  9. Cassedy, James Gilbert. "African Americans and the American Labor Movement". Prologue 29, no.2 (Summer 1997): 112-121.
    Online version
    RG033/RG069/RG083/RG096/RG111/RG165/RG181/RG196/RG208/RG267/RG319/FDR Library

  10. Daly, Gerald. "The British Roots of American Public Housing". Journal of Urban History 15, no.4 (August 1989): 399-434.
    RG032/RG096/RG196/FDR Library/HST Library/NARA photos

  11. Fetter, Daniel K. "The Home Front: Rent Control and the Rapid Wartime Increase in Home Ownership". Journal of Economic History 76, no.4 (December 2016): 1001-1043.

  12. Glock, Judge. "How the Federal Housing Administration Tried to Save America's Cities, 1934-1960". Journal of Policy History 28, no.2 (2016): 290-317.
    RG031/RG044/RG207/RG234/FDR Library

  13. Greer, James L. "Historic Home Mortgage Redlining in Chicago". Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 107, no.2 (Summer 2014): 204-233.

  14. Highsmith, Andrew R. "Prelude to the Supreme Crash: Beecher, Michigan, and the Origins of the Suburban Crisis". Journal of Policy History 24, no.4 (2012): 572-611.

  15. Hill, Walter B., Jr. "Finding a Place for the Negro: Robert C. Weaver and the Groundwork for the Civil Rights Movement". Prologue 37, no.1 (Spring 2005): 42-51.
    Online version
    RG009/RG035/RG040/RG044/RG048/RG171/RG183/RG196/RG208/RG211/ FDR Library/LBJ Library

  16. Hillier, Amy E. "Redlining and the Home Owners' Loan Corporation". Journal of Urban History 29, no.4 (May 2003): 394-420.

  17. Hirsch, Arnold R. "'Containment' on the Home Front: Race and Federal Housing Policy from the New Deal to the Cold War". Journal of Urban History 26, no.2 (January 2000): 158-189.

  18. Howell, Ocean. "The Merchant Crusaders: Eichler Homes and Fair Housing, 1949-1974". Pacific Historical Review 85, no.3 (August 2016): 379-407.

  19. Hunt, D. Bradford. "How Did Public Housing Survive the 1950s?". Journal of Policy History 17, no.2 (2005): 193-216.
    RG196/DDE Library

  20. Hunt, D. Bradford. "What Went Wrong with Public Housing in Chicago?: A History of the Robert Taylor Homes". Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 94, no.1 (Spring 2001): 96-123.

  21. Issel, William. "Liberalism and Urban Policy in San Francisco from the 1930s to the 1960s". Western Historical Quarterly 22, no.4 (November 1991): 431-450.

  22. Kotlowski, Dean J. "Richard Nixon and the Origins of Affirmative Action". Historian 60, no.3 (Spring 1998): 523-541.
    RG174/RG207/DDE Library/GRF Library/RMN Library

  23. Kotlowski, Dean. "Black Power - Nixon Style: The Nixon Administration and Minority Business Enterprise". Business History Review 72, no.3 (Autumn 1998): 409-445.
    RG207/RMN Library

  24. Lamb, Charles M. and Adam W. Nye. "Do Presidents Control Bureaucracy? The Federal Housing Administration during the Truman-Eisenhower Era". Political Science Quarterly 127, no.3 (Fall 2012): 445-467.
    RG031/RG196/RG207/RG220/HST Library/DDE Library

  25. Levenstein, Lisa. "From Innocent Children to Unwanted Migrants and Unwed Moms: Two Chapters in the Public Discourse on Welfare in the United States, 1960-1961". Journal of Women's History 11, no.4 (Winter 2000): 10-33.

  26. Liu, Linda. "Conflict and Compromise in Negotiating Executive Order 8802". Texas Historian 79 (2018-2019): 7-12.
    RG031/FDR Library

  27. McEnaney, Laura. "Nightmares on Elm Street: Demobilizing in Chicago, 1945-1953". Journal of American History 92, no.4 (March 2006): 1265-1291.

  28. Michelmore, Molly C. "'What Have You Done For Me Lately?" The Welfare State, Tax Politics, and the Search for a New Majority, 1968-1980". Journal of Policy History 24, no.4 (2012): 709-740.
    RG031/RG046/RG235/LBJ Library/RMN Library

  29. Milligan, Joy. "Remembering: The Constitution and Federally Funded Apartheid". University of Chicago Law Review 89, no.1 (January 2022): 65-156.

  30. Mohl, Raymond A. "Whitening Miami: Race, Housing, and Government Policy in Twentieth-Century Dade County". Florida Historical Quarterly 79, no.3 (Winter 2001): 319-345.

  31. Morgan, Iwan. "Fort Wayne and the Great Depression: The New Deal Years, 1913-1940". Indiana Magazine of History 53, no.4 (December 1984): 348-378.
    RG069/RG195/RG207/FDR Library

  32. Natanson, Nicholas. "From Sophie's Alley to the White House: Rediscovering the Visions of Pioneering Black Government Photographers". Prologue 29, no.2 (Summer 1997): 140-147.
    Online version

  33. Nutting, P. Bradley. "Selling Elegant Glassware during the Great Depression: A.H. Heisey and Company and the New Deal". Business History Review 77, no.3 (Autumn 2003): 447-478.

  34. Plotkin, Wendy. "Rent Control in Chicago after World War II: Politics, People, and Controversy". Prologue 30, no.2 (Summer 1998): 110-123.

  35. Rozas-Krause, Valentina. "Apology and Commemoration". History and Memory 30, no.2 (Fall 2018/Winter 2019): 40-78.

  36. Schwartz, Joel. "Tenant Unions in New York City's Low-Rent Housing, 1933-1949". Journal of Urban History 12, no.4 (August 1986): 414-443.

  37. Simkin, Howard R. "The Borie's Duel to the Death". Naval History 33, no.1 (February 2019): 20-25.
    RG031/NARA photos

  38. Smith, Maki. "Politics in Other Ways: Negotiating Black Power, Radical Politics, and Multiracial Solidarities in Seattle's Japanese American Community". Pacific Historical Review 88, no.2 (Spring 2019): 262-287.

  39. Sprinkle, John H., Jr. "'Worthy Remains of a Beautiful and Historic Past': The National Park Service Recognizes Historic Districts". Federal History 11 (April 2019): 129-144.

  40. Thurston, Chloe N. "Policy Feedback in the Public-Private Welfare State: Advocacy Groups and Access to Government Homeownership Programs, 1934-1954". Studies in American Political Development 29, no.2 (October 2015): 250-267.

  41. Wilson, John B. "Organizing the First Armored Divisions". Armor 38, no.4 (July-August 1999): 41-42.

  42. Woods, Louis Lee, II. "Almost 'No Negro Veteran...Could Get a Loan': African Americans, the GI Bill, and the NAACP Campaign Against Residential Segregation, 1917-1960". Journal of African American History 98, no.3 (Summer 2013): 392-417.