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Urban History Review

Volume 29, Number 2, March 2001 Special Issue — Jacques Gréber (1882-1962) Guest-edited by David Gordon Guest-edited by David Gordon

Table of contents (7 articles)

Articles

  1. Jacques Gréber, Urbaniste et Architecte
  2. Revisiting Jacques Gréber's L’Architecture aux États-Unis : From City Beautiful to Cité-Jardin
  3. The Elusive Faces of Modernity: Jacques Gréber and the Planning of the 1937 Paris World Fair
  4. Un projet inconnu de Jacques Gréber : La Cité-jardin de Villeray du Domaine Saint-Sulpice à Montréal
  5. Weaving a Modern Plan for Canada's Capital: Jacques Gréber and the 1950 Plan for the National Capital Region
  6. Prévenir l’exurbanisation : le Plan Gréber de 1950 pour Montréal
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