Hardcover. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1st, 2001, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: Very Good, Hardcover in a bright dust jacket, Illustrated from black and white photographs, maps. An interesting history of Greenbelt, Maryland including the origins of Greenbelt, the ideology of its founders, and their struggle to create a cooperative planned community in the United States. Built in the 1930s on worn-out tobacco land between Baltimore and Washington, D.C., the planned community of Greenbelt, Maryland, was designed to provide homes for low-income families as well as jobs for its builders. In keeping with the spirit of the New Deal, the physical design of the town contributed to cooperation among its residents, and the government further encouraged cooperation by helping residents form business cooperatives and social organizations.Part of the *Creating the North American Landscape* series. Clean copy.
Hardcover. New York, Washington Book Co., 1st, 1953, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: None, 124 pages, plus appendices. Tan cloth covers, over 50 chapters and 40 b&w photographs. Library binding and titles, but without any of the usual ex-lib markings, stamps, or envelopes inside covers, very light rubbing to covers; a clean, tight copy.
Hardcover. Berryville, VA, Rockbridge Publishing Company, 1st, 1994, Book: Very Good, Dust Jacket: Very Good, 300 pages. Hardcover. B/w illustrations throughout. Very clean inside and out. Buff fabric covered with gilt title on spine. From the back cover: "Season of Fire is the most complete and dramatic study to date of Early's invasion of the north and battle of Monocacy--an engagement that may well have saved the Nation's Capitol from capture."