Property, History, and Homeliness in Georgetown
explores the economic and planning rationale for an expanded historic preservation movement particularly as it emerged in Georgetown in the 1920s. This Georgetown model was adopted by a succession of neighborhoods in later decades but also became a source of instability for the preservation movement.
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