The Changing Image of the City: Planning for Downtown Omaha, 1945-1973

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Index
Abbott, Carl, 128
Abercombie, Sir Patrick, 20
Abrams, Charles, 15, 16-17, 18, 19, 38
Action, Inc., 25
Ahmanson, Hayden W., 68
Airport, 5, 6, 113, 119
Airport Authority, 164
Ak-Sar-Ben, 61, 71, 195, 197, 223 Quivera, King of, 71
All-American City, 145
Allegheny Conference, 112
Allpass, John, 19
American Institute of Architects, 23, 196, 217
American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 196
American Institute of Planners, 11 Journal of the American Institute of Planners, 13
American Society of Planning Officials, 21, 23, 31-32
American Telephone and Telegraph, 57, 233-34. See also Northwestern Bell Telephone
Andersen, Harold, 70
Anderson, Mrs. Les, 35, 175, 218. See also Keep Omaha Beautiful
Annexation, 44, 66, 130, 149-51, 156
Chamber of Commerce, 130, 151
importance of, 150-51
opposition to, 150
support for, 151
Aquila Court Building, 174, 207
Archbishop Bergan Mercy Hospital, 62
Armour (meat packer), 47, 53, 98, 189
Ashton, Thomas A., 68
Associated Retailers of Omaha, 155, 174
Atlanta, Ga., 26, 81-82, 128
Auditorium(s), 5, 36, 113, 115, 116, 119, 168
Aust, Alden, 35, 130, 150, 158, 162, 166, 174-75, 176, 185, 207, 208, 210-11, 212-13, 214, 215, 218, 222, 229
Awareness Omaha, 195
Azrael, Louis, 160
Bacon, Edmund, 6, 13
Bail, Milo, 133
Bailey, Edd, 69

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Tables ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • One - New Ideas and Changing Images 1
  • Two - The Changing City: Omaha, 1945-1973 41
  • Three - Setting the Agenda: Planning, 1933-1945 77
  • Conclusion 104
  • Four - Traditional Planning for a Traditional City, 1945-1958 107
  • Conclusion 147
  • Five - A City in Transition, 1958-1966 149
  • Six - A "New City," a New Image: Planning, 1966-1973 187
  • Conclusion 224
  • Epilogue 227
  • Notes 237
  • Bibliography 267
  • Index 277
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