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American Townscape [1953]

City-Building Christopher Tunnard

A cheerful optimism and an expanding economy have fostered the idea that technology can be harnessed to overcome any difficulty.

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Christopher Tunnard (1910–1979) was a Canadian-born landscape architect, garden designer, and city planner. His books include Man-Made America: Chaos or Control ​(Yale), American Skyline: the Growth and Form of Our Cities and Towns (Mentor), and Gardens in the Modern Landscape, recently reissued by University of Pennsylvania Press.


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