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    • For a bright new tomorrow: 1941-1952 report of the Greensboro Housing Authority

    • 1952
    • North Carolina Vertical File Collection (UNCG University Libraries)
    • This report details the urban renewal programs of the Greensboro Housing Authority. This illustration-filled description presents a before and after comparison of housing conditions for low income residents. The report also describes the benefits...
    • [Annual report of the Housing Authority of the City Of Greensboro, 1958]

    • 1958
    • North Carolina Vertical File Collection (UNCG University Libraries)
    • This report reviews that actions of the Greensboro Housing Authority during the 1957-1958 fiscal year. The report addresses such activities as urban renewal and improvements on housing for low income population groups. The report also provides...
    • Negro housing needs for Greensboro 1959-1960

    • 1959
    • North Carolina Collection (Greensboro Public Library)
    • This reports examines the housing needs for the negro population in Greensboro. It includes information on slum clearance and redevelopment in an area bordered by A&T College, Summit Ave, and East Market St. There is also statisitical data for...
    • The effects of bad housing on Greensboro's citizens

    • 1959-04
    • North Carolina Collection (Greensboro Public Library)
    • This report provides statisitical data on blighted areas in Greensboro in relation to major crimes, infant mortality, tuberculosis, venereal disease, and fires. It breaks down eleven identified areas into 5 groups: Cumberland, East Market-Bennett,...
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    • 1965
    • North Carolina Collection (Greensboro Public Library)
    • This report details the results of neighborhood organization and development activities in four areas of Greensboro. These areas were Warnersville, a transitional area, Ray Warren Homes and Morningside Homes. These were low-income areas where the...
    • Final relocation report: Cumberland Project and Washington Project I

    • 1965-01
    • North Carolina Collection (Greensboro Public Library)
    • This is the final report of the relocation of families, individuals, businesses and institutions from the Cumberland Project and the Washington Project I in Greensboro. It includes the history of the area, administration of the program, statistical...
    • An historical study of residential development in Greensboro, 1808-1965

    • 1968
    • General Collection (UNCG University Libraries)
    • Book report by Jonathan F. Baylin on the history of Greensboro’s residential development. Baylin explains his research practices and divides the 157 year history into three sections, followed by an analysis of Greensboro’s growth.
    • Substandard housing in Greensboro

    • 1969-08-15
    • North Carolina Collection (Greensboro Public Library)
    • This study looks at the substandard housing in Greensboro. It specifically looks at the population characteristics of those residing in delapidated or deteriorating structures outside of urban renewal areas. The focus is on the length of time in a...

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