1968, English, Book, Illustrated edition: The new John Hancock building, an example of public and private decision-making: proceedings, Boston architectural center conference, May 4, 1968, Boston, Massachusetts. [electronic resource] Boston Architectural Center.

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  • 48 p.; photos, illus., maps
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  • English

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  • The new John Hancock building, an example of public and private decision-making: proceedings, Boston architectural center conference, May 4, 1968, Boston, Massachusetts.
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  • Boston Architectural Center.
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  • [electronic resource]
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  • 48 p.; photos, illus., maps
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  • ...transcript of a meeting discussing the John Hancock Building project in Copley Square in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood as a typical example of public and private decision making; covers such issues as powerlessness and irrelevance of city planning overcome by powerful economic interests, grass roots citizen participation, the need for the project to develop a link between the Back Bay and the South End, the need for better planning and alternative plans, etc.; this item was in the BRA collection...
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  • English
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