Central South Area Plan Collection, 1960
- TitleA guide to the Central South Area Plan Collection, 1960
- PublisherPaul V. Galvin Library, University Archives & Special Collections
- RepositoryPaul V. Galvin Library, University Archives & Special Collections
- OriginationCity of Chicago
- Physical Description4 Items
“The Central South Area Plan” was an activity of the City of Chicago to redevelop its south side area bounded by 31st St., South Parkway (AKA Martin Luther King Dr.), 35th St., and Michigan Ave. undertaken in the 1960s.
Four items documenting “The Central South Area Plan” to redevelop Chicago’s South Side neighborhood (Bronzeville) adjacent to the Illinois Institute of Technology campus.
NOTE: Items 2, 3, and 4 are oversize items which have been encapsulated for preservation purposes and are stored separately from item 1.
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Central South Area Plan Collection, Paul V. Galvin Library, University Archives & Special Collections
- SubjectBronzeville --Central South Area Plan --Urban Development
- Geographic CoverageChicago