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            9 collections results for Cities

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            Drury papers
            GB 249 DRU · Collection · 1921 - 1960s

            Papers of the Rev. William Drury, a founder member of the English Linear Cities Association, relating to his research and thinking in linear city planning. Contents include:

            Drury's research notes and card index; English Linear Cities Association publications (written by Drury and others), 1930s; typed and printed articles by Drury, 1921-1943; letters to Drury, 1930s; letters to Irene Drury, Drury's widow, from George Collins, Associate Professor of Art History, Columbia University, 1960s; Association des Cités-Jardins de France 35th annual report, 1939; report entitled 'The Motor Road - Forerunner of the Universal City' by C. Theodore Larson, 1963; newspaper cuttings, 1930s-1960s; biographical information about Drury.

            Drury, William, 1876-1943, clergyman
            Patrick Geddes papers
            GB 249 T-GED · Collection · 1531 - 1969

            The collection covers most periods of Geddes’s life, and nearly all of the places in which he lived and worked. It comprises correspondence, notes, pamphlets and books, photographs, maps, plans, prints and drawings, including Geddes' famous 'thinking machines'.

            Geddes, Sir Patrick, 1854-1932, Knight, biologist, sociologist, educationist and town planner