Visions of Eden: Enviromentalism, Urban Planning, and Cit

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Since the turn of the century, the opportunity to design a city nestled in a subtropical garden has attracted the nation's preeminent planners to St. Petersburg. The most ambitious plan was developed in 1923 by John Nolen, who believed that an interconnected system of preserves and parks would enhance the city's development and attract tourists for generations. His initiative failed miserably at the polls, however, because it threatened the conflicting notion of paradise held by hundreds of investors, who were profiting ...

Visions of Eden: Enviromentalism, Urban Planning, and Cit 1997, Ohio State University Press

ISBN-13: 9780814207260

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Visions of Eden: Enviromentalism, Urban Planning, and Cit 1997, Ohio State University Press

ISBN-13: 9780814207253

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