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Visual blight in America by Association of American Geographers. Annual Meeting

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Published by Association of American Geographers in Washington .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

"... a special symposium at the annual meetings of the Association of American Geographers in Kansas City Missouri in April of 1972" - preface.

Statement[papers] by Peirce F. Lewis, David Lowenthal [and] Yi-Fu Tuan ; with commentaries by Donald W. Meinig and John B. Jackson.
SeriesResource papers -- 23.
ContributionsLowenthal, David, 1923-, Tuan, Yi-fu, 1930-, Meinig, D. W. 1924-, Jackson, John Brinckerhoff, 1909-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19031180M

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