The Culture of Property: Race, Class, and Housing Landscapes in Atlanta, 1880-1950

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Abbreviations
ACCMAtlanta City Council Minutes
AHCKenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center Archives, Atlanta
MARBLManuscripts, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University, Atlanta
LOCLibrary of Congress, Washington, D.C.
NARNational Association of Realtors Archives, Chicago.
NARANational Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Maryland
NREJNational Real Estate Journal
NUL-SRONational Urban League, Southern Regional Office Collection
OARecords of the Olmsted Associates, Manuscripts Division, LOC
RWWLARobert W. Woodruff Library Archives, Atlanta University Center, Atlanta
SFIMSanborn Fire Insurance Maps, City of Atlanta, Ga. (Teaneck, N.J.: Chadwick-Healey, 1983.), microfilm

Introduction

1. Annie E. Casey Foundation, Atlanta Civic Site, Neighborhoods Count; Logan, Ethnic Diversity Grows; Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 14, 2001. The story of post-1950 redevelopment and the removal of the poor and black from near Atlanta’s central business district is told in L. Keating, Atlanta. See chap. 5 in particular.

2. U.S. Census Bureau, DP-1, Profile of General Demographic Characteristics: 2000; U.S. Census Bureau, DP-3, Profile of Selected Economic Characteristics: 2000.

3. Atlanta was similar to many cities in its heterogeneity prior to 1920. See Gotham, Race, Real Estate, 27–32; Hanchett, Sorting Out, 48–67; Katzman, Before the Ghetto, 67– 80; Kusmer, Ghetto Takes Shape; Osofsky, Harlem, 83–85; Spear, Black Chicago, 41–43; G. C. Wright, “NAACP and Residential Segregation,” 39.

4. On the move within history to address questions of hegemony as well as everyday enactments of power and resistance, see Gunn, “From Hegemony to Governmentality.”

5. Kruse, White Flight; Lassiter, Silent Majority; Warner, Streetcar Suburbs; Zunz, Changing Face of Inequality.

6. Kirby, Darkness at the Dawning; Silver, “Racial Origins of Zoning”; Silver, TwentiethCentury Richmond.

7. Power, “Apartheid Baltimore Style”; Rice, “Residential Segregation by Law”; G. C. Wright, “NAACP and Residential Segregation.” See also Grossman, Land of Hope; and Sides, L.A. City Limits. On the role of housing inequality in urban riots and civil disturbances, see, for example, Tuttle, Race Riot. The Atlanta riot did cause a backlash against

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