Student Studies, 1962, 1967-68, 1974, 1992 | University of Illinois Archives
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Student studies including a mimeographed copy of "a Procedure for Open Space Planning in an Urban County," a January 1962 study by graduate students in the Department of City Planning and Landscape Architecture; resulting from a study carried out in the Fall semester of 1961, reported to a committee of the Northeastern Illinois Metropolitan Planning Commission, analyzing the scope and objective of the problem of Open Space planning, outlining the procedures, summarizing possible approaches and identifying the problems of programming such planning.
"The Corridor Concept: Implications for Illinois," 1967-68, explores possible landscape designs along Interstate 80 from Joliet to the Quad-cities.
"The Vermillion Landscape: a regional study" is the product of a senior class studio, Landscape Architecture 337 (Regional Landscape Design), December 1974. The senior class was involved in the first phase of the study. Fourteen surveys were produced, including a collection of data which resulted in the identification of many problems that are to prepare graduates for professional practice by confronting them with environmental problems.
"Robert Allerton Park: Exploring the Future Through the Past," March 4, 1992 with text and map graphics regarding the past and future landscape of Allerton Park.