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126 Bibliography Items with an asterisk (*) were used for the national context. Items with a plus sign (+) were used for the evaluation methodology. Articles *“8 Pickets Are Jailed at Belair.” The Washington Post, Times Herald. 15 September 1963. Allen, Barbara L. “The Ranch-Style House in America: A Cultural and Environmental Discourse.” Journal of Architectural Education 49, no. 3 (February 1996), 156-165. Ames, David L. “Interpreting Post-World War II Suburban Landscapes as Historic Resources.” In Preserving the Recent Past, II, ed. Deborah Slaton and Rebecca A. Shiffer. Washington, D.C.: Historic Preserva- tion Education Foundation, 1995. *“Andersen Corporation.” Funding Universe. http://www.fundinguni verse.com/company-histories/Andersen-Corporation-Company- History.html (accessed 10 March 2011). *Andersen Windows and Doors. “Product Features and History,” http:// www.andersenwindows.com/homeowner/pdfs/History.pdf_ (accessed 10 March 2011). “Big Dave Bohannon: Operative Builder by the California Method.” Fortune, April 1946, 144-147. Bricker, David. “Interpreting Post-World War II Suburban Landscapes as Historic Resources.” In Preserving the Recent Past, II, ed. Deborah Slaton and Rebecca A. Shiffer. Washington, D.C.: Historic Preserva- tion Education Foundation, 1995. *——. “Ranch Houses Are Not All the Same.” Preserving the Recent Past 2, 2-115–2-123. *“The Bride’s House of 1955.” Ladies Home Journal, 1955. *“Brief History of Aluminum and Vinyl Siding.” House Home Repair. http://www.househomerepair.com (accessed 1 April 2011). *Carpenter, Allan. “How to Plan, Build and Pay for Your Own Home; A Primer for Home Builders.” Popular Mechanics, 1950: 171. “The Case Study House Program Announcement.” Arts & Architecture. http://www.artsandarchitecture.com/case. houses/pdf01/csh_ announcement.pdf (accessed 12 April 2011). *Checkoway, Barry. “Large Builders, Federal Housing Programmes, and Postwar Suburbanization.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 4 (March 1980), 21-45. *Cohen, Lizabeth. “Citizens and Consumers in the Century of Mass Consumption.” In Harvard Sitkoff, ed., Perspectives on Modern America (New York: Oxford University Press, 2001). Easterling, Keller and Richard Prelinger. “Call it Home: The House that Private Enterprise Built.” The Voyager Company, 1992. Available at http://www.columbia.edu/cu/gsapp/projs/call-it-home/html/. (accessed 10 March 2011). Emrich, Ron. “Wynnewood: ‘A Tonic to the Shelter-Hungry Nation.’” Legacies: A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas XIV, no. II, 39-51. *Federal Highway Administration. “The Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways.” Federal Highway Administration, http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/reports/routefinder (accessed 15 December 2009). *“The First Lifetime Aluminum Home Opens New Year’s Day!” Ingham County News. 1 January 1996. Fishman, Robert. “Urbanity and Suburbanity: Rethinking the ‘Burbs.’” American Quarterly 46, no.1 (March 1994): 35-39. ——. “The Postwar American Suburb: A New Form, A New City.” In Two Centuries of American Planning, ed. Daniel Schaffer. Balti- more, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1988. Friedman, Avi. “The Evolution of Design Characteristics During the Post-Second World War Housing Boom: The U.S. Experience.” Journal of Design History 8, issue 2, 131-147. +Grier, Eunice and George Grier. Privately Developed Inter-Racial Hous- ing: An Analysis of Experience (Report to the Commission on Race and Housing), Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1960. *Hanchett, Thomas W. “Federal Incentives and the Growth of Local Planning, 1941-1948.” APA Journal (Spring 1994): 197-208. ——. “Financing Suburbia: Prudential Insurance and the Post-World War II Transformation of the American City.” Journal of Urban His- tory 26 (March 2000), 312-328. *Hayden, Dolores. “Revisiting the Sitcom Suburbs,” Land Lines 13, no. 2 (March 2001) http://www.lincolninst.edu/pubs/253_Revisiting- the-Sitcom-Suburbs (accessed 13 December 2010). *“History Timeline.” NAHB The Voice of the Housing Industry http:// www.nahb.org/NAHB_History/historytimeline.html (accessed 11 March 2011). *Hope, Andrew. “Evaluating the Significance of San Lorenzo Village, A Mid-20th Century Suburban Community.” CRM Journal of Heritage Stewardship 2:2 (Summer 2005), 50-61. *“Housing in D.C. Area Picketed.” The Sun. 19 August 1963. *“Housing: More for Less.” Time Magazine. 27 October 1958. *“Housing Project Bed-In Is Staged.” The Sun. 11 August 1963. “Housing Takes to Detroit Ways.” Business Week. 30 April 1955, 62-72. A P P E N D I X A Bibliography

127 Hubka, Thomas. “Houses without Names: Architectural Nomenclature and the Classification of America’s Common Houses.” CRM Jour- nal of Heritage Stewardship 8:1-2 (Winter-Summer 2011), 23-30. *IBM – A Vibrant Force in Rochester.” RochesterMN.com, http://www. rochestermn.com/ibma/vibrant/force/in/Rochester/story-21.html (accessed 30 March 2011). *Jackson, Kenneth T. “Federal Subsidy and the Suburban Dream: The First Quarter-Century of Government Intervention in the Housing Market” in Records of the Columbia Historical Society, Vol. 50 (1980). *Jacobs, James Andrew. “Social and Spatial Changes in the Postwar Family Room.” Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture 13 (2006): 70-85. Jensen, Cory. “Post-War Typology and Stylistic Designations for Resi- dential Architecture.” The Alliance Review. January/February 2004. Kelly, Barbara M. “The Houses of Levittown in the Context of Postwar American Culture.” In Preserving the Recent Past, II, ed. Deborah Slaton and Rebecca A. Shiffer. 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