Columbus, Ohio

Columbus, Ohio

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This book is an account of post -- World War II Columbus from the perspective of a professional geographer and longtime resident of the city. Henry L. Hunker is well known for his work in urban geography at The Ohio State University. He has also been active in efforts to preserve the architectural heritage of Columbus. Personal and anecdotal, the book serves as an informal documentary of the past fifty years, when Columbus grew to become the largest city in Ohio. Famous for his tours of the city, Hunker includes itineraries for two tours -- one in 1956, one in 1999 -- which he uses to compare the city then and now. Included are eighteen photographs, mostly from Hunker's own collection, and there are four maps of the metropolitan area. These and the distinctive voice of the author provide a unique and authoritative view of the physical, economic, industrial, and cultural life of Columbus.regiona#39;s climatic characteristics in conjunction with related exterior and interior design data, an attempt was made to determine how adaptation could be achieved in the aquot;real world.aquot; To that end, a house and its site were designed to use theanbsp;...

Title:Columbus, Ohio
Author: Henry L. Hunker
Publisher:Ohio State University Press - 2000

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