Fb2 The Poorhouse: Subsidized Housing in Chicago ePub
by Devereux Bowly Jr.
|Author:||Devereux Bowly Jr.|
|Publisher:||Southern Illinois University Press; 1st edition (June 1, 1978)|
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Home Browse Books Book details, The Poorhouse: Subsidized Housing in Chicago,. The Poorhouse: Subsidized Housing in Chicago, 1895-1976. By Devereux Bowly Jr. No cover image. The first major studyof subsidized housing in any American city, this history of the Chicago experience shows that decisions about the future of public housing to be made in the next few years will if not made in the context of past programs achievements and failures inevitably lead to more "poorhouses" for the indigent and elderly.
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Bowly’s detailed examination of subsidized housing, though specifically that of Chicago, no doubt will have implications for establishing new national policy.
For Bowly, a lawyer at a community law office in one of the poorest neighborhoods in Chicago, a native of the city, active in landmark preservation organizations, and interested in urban and architectural history, subsidized housing is an area where my poverty law practice, interest in the history of the city and architecture all came together. Bowly’s detailed examination of subsidized housing, though specifically that of Chicago, no doubt will have implications for establishing new national policy.
The Chicago Community Trust’s library houses a number of reports, articles and books detailing the complex history and legacy of racial segregation in Chicago from the 1920s to present day. This collection explores the mechanisms that perpetuate housing segregation and th. This collection explores the mechanisms that perpetuate housing segregation and the struggles of African-American neighborhoods with poverty and neglect-from the aftermath of the notorious summer 1919 riots to the demolition of the Chicago Housing Authority’s high-rise projects in the 2000s.
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Devereux Bowly Jr. 2012. Published by: Southern Illinois University Press
Devereux Bowly Jr. Published by: Southern Illinois University Press.
The poorhouse : subsidized housing in Chicago, 1895-1976, by Devereux Bowly, Jr. by: Bowly, Devereux Published: (1978). Chicago : transformations of an urban system, Brian . The Chicago School of Architecture building the modern city, 1880-1910, Rolf Achilles. by: Achilles, Rolf, Published: (2013).
Chicago seems an ideal environment for public housing because of the city’s relatively young age among major cities and well-deserved reputation for technology, innovation, and architecture. Yet The Poorhouse: Subsidized Housing in Chicago shows that the city’s experience on the whole has been a negative one, raising serious questions about the nature of subsidized housing and whether we should have it and, if so, in what form.
Bowly, a native of the city, provides a detailed examination of subsidized housing in the nation’s third-largest city. Now in its second edition, The Poorhouse looks at the history of public housing and subsidized housing in Chicago from 1895 to the present day. Five new chapters that cover the decline and federal takeover of the Chicago Housing Authority, and its more recent “transformation,” which involved the demolition of the CHA family high-rise buildings and in some cases their replacement with low-risemixed income housing on the same sites. Fifty new photos supplement this edition.Certificate of Excellence from the Illinois State Historical Society, 2013