Used books will not include dust jackets. A dimensionalism comes through that no other city has. Bookseller: , New York, United States University Of Chicago Press. It is handsomely designed, with a thousand photographs that document the physical growth and the spatial patterns of the city. Harold Mayer was a geographer, and Richard Wade an historian. Most retail activity took place along Lake Street and wholesaling along South Water Street. This book is a very thorough overview of Chicago's rich history.
I only read it once in the entirety. I read the text from beginning to end, and it read like a story as any good history book should and had a fine flow. But with the help of the camera it is possible to capture many dimensions of this extraordinary story. And those street scenes, for me, were among the best elements of the book. Blue cloth in blue and white dust jacket. I remember that, at news conferences, Mayor Richard J.
Chicago: Growth of a Metropolis Course Description This sociology course introduces students to the development of Chicago and its communities from the 1830's to the present day. Consider one image which shows a dilapidated three-story home in the 3100 block of South Wabash Avenue and, in the background, a large new apartment structure. Today, there are twice as many suburbanites as Chicagoans. About this Item: University of Chicago Press, 1973. It is handsomely designed, with a thousand photographs that document the physical growth and the spatial patterns of the city. A final note Most people who look to Mayer-Wade use a paperback edition. To learn more about the Centennial and its continuing legacy, click below.
Harold Melvin , 1916- Chicago: growth of a metropolis. And the paperback is identical to the hardcover version — with one major exception. Similarly, they offer a detailed look at many suburbs of the late 1800s that were eventually annexed to Chicago, including Hyde Park, Lake View and Morgan Park. A map of old Indian trails that once crisscrossed Chicago is provided. It could stand alone with few or no images. Like its subject it is excessive, and nothing succeeds like excess.
Chicago and every other municipality and every unincorporated area within the regional orbit are deeply inter-connected. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Instead of emphasizing society and customs, this volume deals with the physical conditions of life. Ships same day or next business day! Students will leave the course equipped to understand the Chicago region, its residence, and the contemporary social landscape. For example, starting in 1867, retailer Potter Palmer almost single-handed established and boosted State Street as the commercial center of Chicago.
Bookseller: , Washington, United States Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 1969. Mayer and historian Richard C. Instead of emphasizing society and customs, this volume deals with the physical conditions of life. This is the story of Chicago and how it grew. The destruction caused by the Great Chicago Fire is laid out in many photos. This volume, however, which comprises over 1,000 pictures and 50 maps, tries to do more than show physical development—it attempts to suggest how the city expanded and why it looks the way it does.
This is the story of Chicago and how it grew. They recognize that, despite official boundaries, Chicago is not separate from suburban Cook County and the six suburban counties. Ex-library with spine label, university stamps, cardholder, etc. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Without neglecting downtown, it also reaches into the residential areas and neighborhood shopping centers.
This is the story of Chicago and how it grew. Without neglecting downtown, it also reaches into the residential areas and neighborhood shopping centers. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Do you suppose we will get one of Richard M Daley's kids as mayor someday and the hot-headed dynasty will continue? Wade — has been a go-to book for Chicago region reporters, planners, professors, historians and activists since it was published in 1969. In a little over a century it rose from a mere frontier outpost to become one of the great cities of the world.
In the mid-sixties, it was narrow, shoddy, and unpromising. I was surprised to see it still in print, but that just proves many share my opinions. Instructor Chicago: Growth of a Metropolis is taught by Professor Alma Begicevic. The book, filled with more than 900 photographs and dozens of maps, has a text that is direct and to the point. It is perhaps the best biography of Chicago among a group of many very good ones.
A dimensionalism comes through that no other city has. Contents: Introduction -- Prairie seaport, 1830-51 -- Railroad capital, 1851-71 -- The second city, 1871-93 -- The white city and the gray, 1893-1917 -- War and prosperity, 1917-45 -- Revival and crisis, 1945-69. A good mix of pics and intelligent copy. Connecting readers with great books since 1972. About this Item: University Of Chicago Press, 1973. For Mayer and Wade, the region is the context in which the city of Chicago developed and grew, thus they provide a great deal of textual and visual attention to a wide array of suburbs, ranging from Evanston to Park Forest, from Elgin to Aurora, from Riverside to Skokie, from Blue Island to Lake Forest.